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Grange/Southbrook Garage Sites - Public Meeting

Grange/Southbrook Garage Sites - Public Meeting

Fri, 04 Aug 2017 15:13 by Daventry Town Council

Futures Housing Group is holding a public consultation event to view recent planning applications to develop garage sites, on the Grange and Southbrook Estates and advise how they plan to improve the parking in those areas.

DROP IN AND HAVE YOUR SAY

TIME: BETWEEN 4PM TO 7PM

ON: WEDNESDAY 16TH AUGUST 2017

WHERE: HENRY SMITH HOUSE, DAVENTRY, NN11 9BP

Town Councillor needed for Hill Ward

Town Councillor needed for Hill Ward

Thu, 03 Aug 2017 14:00 by Sarah Fox

NOTICE OF CO-OPTION

Passionate about the area you live in

TOWN COUNCILLOR NEEDED FOR HILL WARD

Notice is hereby given that by reason of the resignation, a vacancy has arisen which, in accordance with election rules, may be filled by co-option.

To seize this window of opportunity, you must be at least 18 years old, be a local elector or somebody who has lived or worked in Daventry for a year before you stand for nomination. More »

Interested?

Contact the office 01327 301246 or email the Town Clerk on townclerk@daventrytowncouncil.gov.uk

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 18th SEPTEMBER 2017

Daventry District Council approve funding for a canal to nowhere

Fri, 28 Jul 2017 16:54 by Daventry Town Council

Daventry District Council approve funding to build a canal to Nowhere

Daventry Town Council is astounded by the decision made by Daventry District Council members to commit £8.71m of public money to build a 2.6km canal in the hope that they will attract further funding to connect this potential thin strip of water to the Grand Union Canal and then find further funding for a water space in the Town Centre. More »

The Town Council is concerned that all monies raised through the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), will be earmarked for the canal and there will be no money left to fund other local infrastructure projects both in the Town and the District.

The Town Council wishes to emphasise funding is being raised via planning charges paid by developers of new housing to fund infrastructure projects within the District (CIL). This project will likely use all CIL monies and therefore reduce funding for other infrastructure projects therefore impacting on residents and parishes throughout the District not just Daventry Town. » Less