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   Parish Council News - key points from September 6th meeting    6 September, 2012
  • A long term solution is needed to the holes and rabbit problem in the cemetery. Short term - the PC will fill the holes and will put up the following warning sign:
     
    Notice to all visitors to East Haddon Cemetery
    Please note that there are a number of rabbit holes in the cemetery at the moment. The parish council are working to solve the problem but in the meantime please exercise caution when visiting the cemetery.
     
    Medium term - advice will be sought from pest control experts as to how to limit the rabbit damage.
  • A new councillor, Joanna Askew, has joined, now leaving just two vacancies still to be filled.
  • There were no objections to any of the three village planning applications on the agenda: 1, Northfield Green, Mill House on Long Lane and Jasmine Cottage on Tilbury Road. The PC will be objecting to the former Broomhill Hotel application in line with the objections put forward by Spratton PC.
  • The street licence for the fish and chip van will be revisited in January to assess the impact on the village.
  • A number of parishioners reported not having received the recent housing survey forms - Daventry will be informed that the PC does not accept that the survey provides an accurate picture.
  • An order will be placed with EON this month for the replacement of a number of streetlights.
  • Unresolved issue in Ravensthorpe Road with drains flooding gardens. The flooding at the bottom of Tilbury Rise appears to be rectified.Tilbury Road has been marked up for remedial work, probably in October.
  • The next full PC meeting will be on 1st November.
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