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01st Feb 2018

Chelmsford Local Plan Consultations and Exhibitions

Chelmsford City Council has now published the final version of their new Local Plan for consultation. This is the Pre-Submission Consultation and contains the proposals intially consulted on last year that have been selected to go forward. The new development sites in our area and an adjoining area of Sandon have been selected to go forward, despite objections from the Parish Council and others. These are housing sites around Manor Farm, north of Maldon Road, land east of Sandford Mill Lane, and land south of Maldon Road, east of Molrams Lane. In addition there is a proposed employment area with an office/business park next to the Park & Ride.

The consultation is open from January 31st until March 14th and all comments made in response to the previous consultation need to be resubmiotted if they are to be considered. The examination by the Inspector is scheduled for Autumn 2018 and final adoption for the end of 2018/early 2019.

Exhibitions are being held at several venues, including Great Baddow Parish Hall on Monday February 12th, 4-8pm, and Sandon Village Hall on Thursday February 15th, 4-8pm. Officers will be available at both these exhibitions.

**The Parish Council will be discussing its response at its Planning Committee meeting on Monday February 19th, starting at 7.30pm.**

More details of how to get involved in the consultation can be found online at www.chelmsford.gov.uk/pre-submission.


09th Jan 2018

All Weather Sports Court Resurfacing

Work has just begun on resurfacing one of the all weather sports courts in the Recreation Ground. The new court will have a 3G surface, so watch this space for further news when it is completed and ready to hire!


09th Jan 2018

Special Constables for Great Baddow

At the full council meeting in December, the Parish Council agreed to pursue participation in the Community Special Constable scheme, initially funding two special constables for Great Baddow. Although we do not see this as a solution to the lack of local policing, we hope it will go some way to reassuring parishioners by providing a visible presence in the parish. However, there is a period of recruitment and training before new special constables become available to work independently in the parish they are going to serve.


09th Jan 2018

Great Baddow Times

Copy date for March 2018 issue

You will see from the news item below that we are changing our method of production for the Great Baddow Times as well as recommencing publishing four times a year. The next issue will be in March and please note that the last date for copy to be received will be 2nd February. Please send any items you would like included to Ann Wood, Parish Clerk, before that date.


20th Dec 2017

Presentation to a Retiring Groundsman

Nigel Smith, who has worked for Great Baddow Parish Council as a groundsman for 27 years, is taking retirement at the end of December. Councillors, staff, family and friends came to an afternoon tea at the Parish Hall to wish him well and celebrate his long service for the Council. Presentations were made on behalf of councillors, staff and Great Baddow Football Club and we wish him all the very best for the future.

Parish Council Chairman, Cllr Jannetta Sosin, presenting Nigel with his long service certificate and a leaving gift from councillors


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