Resources in All Charnwood
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Attendees contact details 5 19 Service Providers Event March 2012
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Statistics and Data
Fri, 02 Dec 2011 14:43
Sport Development presentation
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Notes from ‘Multi Agency Forum' Workshop
Fri, 02 Dec 2011 14:40
Family Information Service Presentation
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5-19 Practitioners Event at Mountfields Lodge Youth Centre, Epinal Way LE11 3GE
Fri, 02 Dec 2011 12:19
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- Sports and Leisure Grants Oct 2010- Oct 2011 (External Link)
Mon, 28 Mar 2011 15:50
There a multi agency ASB Strategy group which meets bi-monthly and whose primary role is to set the ASB agenda for Charnwood, to raise an annual action plan and to ensure delivery of the ASB Improvement Plan.
There is also an ASB Steering Group which meets on a monthly basis to respond to specific complaints of ASB which are of a serious nature and which can be person, property or location specific. Its representatives are from agencies that have an ASB concern; they can refer that concern to the ASB Steering Group via Wendy Brown or Mark Burbidge.
Fri, 25 Mar 2011 14:48
This booklet has been produced by the Charnwood Community Safety Partnership to help reduce anti-social behaviour and help create a safer community and a better quality of life for those that live, visit and work in the Borough of Charnwood. It is designed for members of the public and professionals. It explains all about anti-social behaviour and tells people who and where they should complain to.
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There are 38 designated Conservation Areas in the Borough. They are areas of special architectural or historic interest. They include most of the traditional village and town centres in the Borough as well as some Victorian and Edwardian and 1920s residential suburbs in Loughborough.
Conservation area designation does not prevent change but is intended to help preserve and enhance the character and appearance of the area.
The main implications of designation are:
- Stricter limitation on the extent of development that can be carried out without permission under permitted development. There is a smaller limit on extensions and greater control over garden buildings and structures;
- Demolition is controlled with a requirement to obtain Conservation Area Consent;
- Trees are protected.
In addition to these limitations there is an expectation of a higher standard of design in Conservation Areas. Residents and businesses are encouraged to maintain and restore their buildings in keeping with the character of the area.
To help the process of managing change in the conservation areas the Council is carrying out a programme of writing a character appraisal of each area. The appraisals consider the historical development of the areas, their setting in the landscape, their plan and streetscape. The appraisals go on to consider the buildings themselves, the traditional building materials which are found in the area and the architectural details. The appraisals include an assessment of the contribution of trees, green spaces and biodiversity. In carrying out the appraisal there is an opportunity to note negative aspects and areas which could be enhanced. A management plan based on the appraisal is then included either as a separate document or within the same document,
Before publication and approval by Cabinet the appraisals and management plans are shared with the local community at a public meeting.Conservation AreaMapAppraisalManagement PlanSlideshowAnsteyYesYesYesYesBarkbyYesIn preparationIn preparationNoBarrow upon SoarYesYesYesYesBeebyYesYesYesNoBirstallYesNoNoNoCossingtonYesNoNoNoCropstonYesNoNoNoHathernYesYesYesYesHotonYesYesYesYesLoughborough Ashby RoadYesYesYesNoLoughborough CemeteryYesYesYesNoLoughborough Church GateYesYesYesNoLoughborough Emmanuel ChurchYesYesYesYesLoughborough Leicester RoadYesYesYesNoLoughborough Queens ParkYesYesYesNoLoughborough ShelthorpeYesYesYesYesLoughborough Victoria StreetYesYesYesYesMountsorrelYesYesYesYesNewtown LinfordYesYesYesYesQueniboroughYesIn preparationIn preparationNoQuornYesYesYesYesRatcliffe on the WreakeYesNoNoNoRearsbyYesYesYesYesRothleyYesYesYesYesRothley RidgewayYesYesYesYesSeagraveYesYesYesYesShepshedYesYesYesYesSilebyYesYesYesYesSouth CroxtonYesYesYesYesSwithlandYesNoNoNoSystonYesYesYesYesThrussingtonYesNoNoNoThurcastonYesNoNoNoWalton on the WoldsYesNoNoNoWoodhouse Forest RoadYesNoNoNoWoodhouse School LaneYesNoNoNoWoodhouse EavesYesYesYesYesWymeswoldYesYesYesYes
A small part of Markfield Conservation Area, lies within Charnwood. For information please contact Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council
Fri, 18 Mar 2011 14:02
The following Woodhouse and Woodhouse Eaves VDS Documents were made available for public consultation for a period 1 month which ended on 10th April 2006.
Woodhouse Eaves VDS Front Cover
Woodhouse Eaves VDS Back Cover
Woodhouse Eaves VDS Sustainability Appraisal
Woodhouse VDS Sustainability Appraisal
SPD Statement of Consultation
SPD Statement of Matters
- Woodhouse & Woodhouse Eaves VDS Archive (External Link)
Fri, 18 Mar 2011 13:54
Woodhouse VDS was adopted by the Council on 15th May 2006 as a Supplementary Planning Document.
The document is Copyright © 2006 Woodhouse Village Design Statement Steering Group
Cover design by David Langton
Map by Hilary Fairbairn
Chapters may be downloaded below.
Why Produce a Village Design Statement
Woodhouse- A special Place and Conservation Area
How Woodhouse Developed
The Environment of Woodhouse
Trees, Flora & Fauna
Village Setting- Visibility
Buildings & Boundaries
The influence of Beaumanor on Design
Renovation, Conversion & Extensions
AppendicesListed & Special Interest Buildings
Results of Parish Plan Survey
- Woodhouse Village Design Statement (External Link)
Fri, 18 Mar 2011 11:15
Village Design Statement sets out guidance for the design of all development in a village based on its character. It is produced by the community, not by the planning authority.
Area Design Statements may also be produced for an area of a town, eg a ward of Loughborough.
The following Village Design Statements have been adopted as Supplementary Planning Documents
- Burton on the Wolds Village Design Statement
- Woodhouse Village Design Statement
- Woodhouse Eaves Village Design Statement
- Newtown Linford Village Design Statement
- Quorn Village Design Statement
The following Village Design Statements (produced before 2004 when changes in Planning Law introduced the concept of Supplementary Planning Documents) have been adopted as Guidance.
- Wymeswold Village Design Statement
- Rearsby Village Design Statement
Barrow upon Soar Village Design Statement is available as a hard copy from the Parish Council. Please call 01509 416016 (Mon - Thurs 10am - 1pm).
Village Design Statements in Preparation
Villages which have expressed an interest in producing a Design Statement
Loughborough Hastings Ward
- Village Design Statements: An Overview (External Link)
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Burleigh CC SSco Diagram