Extra meeting on Wednesday, 14th December

There will be a Meeting of Upton with Fishley Parish Council

on Wednesday, 14th December 2016

in the Village Hall

at 7.30 pm

AGENDA:

  1. To consider apologies for absence
  2. To receive declarations of interests in items of the agenda and any request for a dispensation
  1. To consider planning matters, including:
  2. i) The Environment Agency, South Side of Upton Boat Dyke – variation of condition 1 of PP BA/2015/0364/FUL to allow removal of piling and realignment of floodbank close to existing culvert (BA/2016/0422/COND)
  1. ii) Ms Wilson, 13 Riverview Drive – removal of dormer windows and installation of velux rooflights with integral balcony to rear (20162038)
  1. To report any other business – note that this is to report matters for inclusion in a future agenda or matters which require no decision to be made by the Council

All members of the public are very welcome to attend the meeting and to ask questions or raise matters of concern with the councillors

 

The Next Meeting is on Thursday, 5th January 2017

in the Village Hall at 7.30 p.m.

 

 

-Pauline James    7th  December 2016                                                                                  – Clerk to the Council

 

Extra meeting on Wednesday, 14th December

There will be a Meeting of Upton with Fishley Parish Council

on Wednesday, 14th December 2016

in the Village Hall

at 7.30 pm

AGENDA:

  1. To consider apologies for absence
  2. To receive declarations of interests in items of the agenda and any request for a dispensation
  1. To consider planning matters, including:
  2. i) The Environment Agency, South Side of Upton Boat Dyke – variation of condition 1 of PP BA/2015/0364/FUL to allow removal of piling and realignment of floodbank close to existing culvert (BA/2016/0422/COND)
  1. ii) Ms Wilson, 13 Riverview Drive – removal of dormer windows and installation of velux rooflights with integral balcony to rear (20162038)
  1. To report any other business – note that this is to report matters for inclusion in a future agenda or matters which require no decision to be made by the Council

All members of the public are very welcome to attend the meeting and to ask questions or raise matters of concern with the councillors

 

The Next Meeting is on Thursday, 5th January 2017

in the Village Hall at 7.30 p.m.

 

 

-Pauline James    7th  December 2016                                                                                  – Clerk to the Council

 

Survey on Police Budget

As Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Lorne Green, gears up to set the policing budget for 2017/18, there is still time to have your say and help inform his decision.

The Commissioner, who will take his budget proposals to the Norfolk Police and Crime Panel on 2 February, is inviting people to share their views on whether or not they would support a rise in the policing element of the council tax they pay.

As well as taking part via an online survey, you can share your views face-to-face with the Commissioner in a number of locations over the coming week:

  • Lorne will be attending the King’s Lynn Safer Neighbourhood drop-in session at the council offices on 6 December from 11am.
  • He will be at the Sheringham Town Council meeting at 8pm that evening (6/12).
  • On 7 December, Lorne will join police officers in Mulbarton for a street surgery outside the Co-Op store from 1pm.
  • He will then spend some time on Norwich Market later that afternoon (7/12).
  • Lorne will also be attending the town council meeting in Aylsham on the evening of 8 December.

Having launched his budget consultation at a public meeting in Great Yarmouth earlier this month, the Commissioner says he is delighted with the response so far but wants to hear from more Norfolk residents before he sets the county’s policing budget and, with it, how much tax payers contribute.

“This is one of the most important decisions for which police and crime commissioners are responsible”, Lorne said, “and, while the buck does ultimately stop with me, with 40% of our policing budget coming from tax payers’ pockets, I want all Norfolk residents to have the opportunity to have their say.”

The PCC’s police budget consultation will run until 9 December.

To take the online survey, visit www.norfolk-pcc.gov.uk/budget-consultation

For more information please read the budget consultation information pack

If you’d like a hard copy of the consultation information pack and survey sent to you, or require the information in another format, please get in touch.

You can also share your views by telephone on 01953 424455, by email to TellLorne@norfolk.pnn.police.uk or by writing to me at OPCCN, Building 8, Falconers Chase, Wymondham, NR18 0WW.

Broadland District Council – training for business start-ups

 Is 2017 the year to start your own business?

 Have you always dreamed about starting your own business but not sure where to start?

 Maybe you want to turn your hobby into a business or just want to be your own boss?

 A free programme is offered by Broadland District Council for all Broadland residents who want to find out more about self-employment.

The three hour Business Start-Up Workshop is designed to introduce you to the basic principles of starting a business, where you are also provided with a Business Start-Up Toolkit.

After attending, the follow-on Business Essentials Programme delves deeper into what to expect in starting and running your own business. The course shares knowledge and signposts you to additional resources.

Throughout and after each course, you will receive on-going support and advice from the Council’s Business Advisors as you decide whether running a business is right for you.

After completing the programme, you may have the option to take a series of further free courses as discussed with the Business Advisor.

A new programme begins every month and courses take place at the Council’s training facility in Hellesdon.

For further information please contact the Council’s Business Support team – Tel: 01603 430449, e-mail: business@broadland.gov.uk  or visit our website:  www.broadland.gov.uk/training to find out course dates and the range of other courses available.

 

Acle Youth Club

Every Tuesday

6:45 – 9.00pm for ages 11-13
Ages 14+ can stay until 9.45 if they wish

in the Bure Room, at Acle Recreation Centre

50p per session

Come along and give it a go!

Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meeting

Residents of Upton are invited to join the Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meeting this Saturday, 19 November 2016, from 08:30 at Brundall Park Run, Postwick Lane, Brundall.

The meeting will give people the chance to raise any issues or concerns they may have about where they live and speak to panel members made up of representatives from the police, district council and other agencies.

The panel will decide on the priorities for the area for all partners to act upon for the next two months.

Anyone unable to attend can speak with an officer from Acle Safer Neighbourhood Team by calling 101.

Devolution

To find out more about the proposed devolution for Norfolk and Suffolk:

click here

Closure of New Road, Acle

New Road in Acle will be closed near to the BP garage at the A47 roundabout from 14th November to 6th January for new drainage works. Access to homes and businesses will be permitted.

No parking will be permitted on New Road during this time.

There will also be no parking permitted at the narrowest part of The Street by Acle Coffee Shop/Scooters, opposite the Co-Op, during this time as this road will be used for the diversion, including buses.

The closures of the A1064 will have finished before the work on New Road starts.

Footpath closure right hand (south) side of dyke

NORFOLK COUNTY COUNCIL has made a Temporary Traffic Order affecting the FP4 from its joining with Upton with Fishley FP5 eastwards for a distance of 725 metres in the PARISH OF UPTON WITH FISHLEY because of flood defence maintenance works.

The footpath will be temporarily closed (except for access) from 28th November 2016 to 27th January 2017 for the duration of the works, expected to be about 61 days within the period.

(note change of dates from earlier closure notice)

Blood donor sessions – 24th November

The next session at Acle Recreation Centre is on Thursday, 24th November from 12.35 – 15.45 and from 16.45 – 19.30

Ring 0300 123 2323 to book an appointment

Remembrance Service

10.45am at St Margaret’s Church in Upton on Sunday, 13th November

All welcome