I would like to say well done Earlswood and Forshaw Heath Residents Association. It is great to see you have social media share buttons on your website now. It makes things so much more easier for folk like myself who would like to share some of your news. A great step forward.  Take a peek and those who are local why not share some of the great work the EFH RA do.

http://www.earlswood-forshawheath.org.uk/2013/08/2013-agm/



Thank You :-)
Carrie



Stratford-on-Avon District Core Strategy

19 hectares = Green Belt for Employment needs of a neighbour. Page 9

The District Council is currently finalising its Proposed Submission Core Strategy, the plan which once adopted will manage development in the District up to 2028.

Before the remaining formal stages of the Core Strategy process can be undertaken, the District Council has decided to carry out a period of consultation on a small number of specific but important matters which have not featured in previous drafts of the plan. These are:

1.   A Canal Quarter Regeneration Zone in Stratford-upon-Avon, together with two employment areas on the edge of town, south of Alcester Road and east of Birmingham Road.
2.   A new settlement comprising about 4,800 dwellings in the Gaydon/Lighthorne Heath area.

The consultation document can be viewed on the District Council’s website www.stratford.gov.uk/csnew2013 It can also be viewed at the District Council offices (Elizabeth House, Church Street, Stratford-upon-Avon) and at all public libraries in the District.

Responses can be made on-line using the link above, by email to planning.policy@stratford-dc.gov.uk or posted to Stratford-on-Avon District Council, FREEPOST CV2468, Chief Executive's Unit, Elizabeth House, Church Street, STRATFORD-UPON-AVON CV37 6BR.

Please note that comments on other aspects of the Core Strategy are not sought at this time.

Comments must be received by the District Council by 5pm on Friday 13 September 2013.