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HGV SURVEY and Invitation to meeting details
We have now collated the responses we have received regarding HGV’s and I have attached the results.
Due to the current restrictions it was felt that a zoom meeting is the only way to have a public meeting in the near future and this has therefore been arranged for Friday 29th January at 2:30pm. I have also attached below the invitation. The format will be an explanation of the options available and a question and answer session. Representatives of SCC and TDC will be joining Claire for the meeting to assist with questions.
Should you have any queries please drop me an email or call the number below.
Claire is happy for this invitation to be shared with your residents.
Topic: Public Meeting re HGVs
Time: Jan 29, 2021 02:30 PM London
Meeting ID: 810 6163 4732
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Constituency Manager for Claire Coutinho MP
Member of Parliament for East Surrey
The census is a once-in-a-decade survey that gives us the most accurate estimate of all the people and households in England and Wales. It has been carried out every decade since 1801, with the exception of 1941.
It will be the first run predominantly online, with households receiving a letter with a unique access code, allowing them to complete the questionnaire on their computers, phones or tablets.
“A successful census will ensure everyone from local government to charities can put services and funding in the places where they are most needed”, Iain Bell, deputy national statistician at the Office for National Statistics, said.
“This could mean things like doctors’ surgeries, schools and new transport routes. That’s why it is so important everyone takes part and we have made it easier for people to do so online on any device, with help and paper questionnaires for those that need them.”
Census day will be on March 21, but households across the country will receive letters with online codes allowing them to take part from early March.
The census will include questions about your sex, age, work, health, education, household size and ethnicity. And, for the first time, there will be a question asking people whether they have served in the armed forces, as well as voluntary questions for those aged 16 and over on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Results will be available within 12 months, although personal records will be locked away for 100 years, kept safe for future generations.
For more information, visit www.census.gov.uk.
NEXT PARISH LITTER PICK!
***Sunday 8th March 2020***
Horne Parish Litter Pick
Starting from The Blacksmiths Head
Please come along and support the Parish Councillors who will be cleaning up the roads around Horne!
Please join the Parish Councillors from 9.00am for a delicious breakfast at The Blacksmiths Head and then heading out to litter pick from 10am
Chairman and Vice Chair 2019-2020
Horne Parish Council is very pleased to report that Alison Brown will continue as Chairman for the next year.
The councillors who served last year will continue in their roles this year, which is a great reflection of their commitment to the Parish Council.
I hope you will agree, they have all been fantastic advocates for the community and have achieved a huge amount over the last year to improve the parish of Horne.
**APM Cheese and Wine **
Come and enjoy a social evening with your local parish councillors over Cheese and Wine!!
Parish Councillor Vacancy
Would you like to join Horne Parish Council?
Local Plan - Second Stage
Local Plan: Sites Consultation -The second stage consultation for the Local Plan
Following on from the agreement of the Planning Policy Committee on 31 October, the Council is consulting upon the Local Plan which has reached its next stage in the process and we want to hear your views.
'The Local Plan - Sites Consultation' document is accompanied by a number of technical assessments, including new landscape and ecology studies. Comments can be made on all aspects of the sites consultation document as well as the accompanying documents including the Sustainability Appraisal and the Habitat Regulations Assessment. This consultation will give residents an opportunity to comment on sites being assessed as part of the plan. The Sites Consultation will last for eight weeks, starting on Friday 4 November and finishing on Friday 30 December 2016. Each site has been through landscape, ecology and other assessments to look at whether it could be developed or not.
As a result sites have been identified which:
Could be realistically developed.
Cannot be recommended for development
Need more investigation before a decision can be made either way.
The Sites Consultation will include evidence which can be used to protect the Green Belt in the long term. It will:
Not allocate any land for development.
Not change the boundary of the Green Belt.
The Local Plan we will submit is due to be published next year and will set out the vision for the district and provide a framework for the future improvement, development and local protection of the area and Green Belt. The Council knows how important the openness of the district is to residents and is committed to protecting its green spaces in the long term. Creating a Local Plan is done by following a legal process. No decisions on the plan have been made and won't be until after the final round of consultation, which is likely to take place in autumn/winter 2017.
Have your say by:
Registering online and making your comments using the consultation portal http://consult.tandridge.gov.uk/portal/.
By e-mail to email@example.com.
By post to Planning Policy, Council Offices, 8 Station Road East, Oxted RH8 0BT
Tandridge Local Plan Consultation
The Local Plan sets the policy for future housing development in Tandridge District for the next 20 years. Once it is agreed, all planning applications will be decided in line with it, so it's important to make your views known now.
There are just three weeks left to make your views known about the draft local plan.
Tandridge District Council thought it may be helpful to set out the key facts