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Temporary Road Closure Rectory Lane

The effect of the order will be that during the dates and times specified below all vehicles will be prohibited from proceeding along the length of road known as Rectory Lane from Weston Road to King Edward's Way

The closure is to enable Western Power to undertake new electric cable installation works

The duration of the Closure shall be for a maximum period of six months from 18th March 2020 or until the works are completed.

It is anticipated the works will take 6 days. The closure shall come into force when the appropriate signs and diversion route are erected on site.

The duration of the Closure shall be as follows: from 18th March 2020 to 23rd March 2020

The alternative route during the closure will be via the route shown on the attached plan (also available to view at the Council Office) and as shown on https://one.network

Mon, 02 Mar 2020

RCC Edith Weston Traffic Claiming Report

RCC Edith Weston Traffic Claiming Report

Mon, 02 Mar 2020

Rutland County Council Budget Consultation

Rutland County Council is consulting on its latest draft budget, which sets out proposals for spending on local services and Council Tax for 2020/21.

They are inviting comments from anyone who would like to give their feedback on the budget proposals before 7th February 2020. This can be done online by visiting: www.rutland.gov.uk/budget, where you can also find further details about the budget.

Information and printed consultation questionnaires have also been made available in local libraries.

Fri, 31 Jan 2020

Rutland Climate Change Consultation Event

Sustainable Land Trust

Press Release For immediate release

18th November 2019

Climate change consultation event A consultation event is being held at Voluntary Action Rutland on 28th November at 7pm to 9pm to identify climate change priorities in Rutland. The Sustainable Land Trust are leading the event with the aim to bring together residents, young people, community groups, schools, parish councils, allotment holders, farmers and landowners, and businesses who are interested in how we can use our land to reduce the impacts of climate change. This follows on from the announcement recently by Rutland County Council who are aiming to develop a county wide Climate Change Partnership Group. This consultation will help to inform how we use our land and open spaces to meet our net-zero carbon footprint before 2050. The topics for focus within this consultation are carbon storage (in our trees, soils and grasslands, natural areas, parks and open spaces), flooding, food production and waste avoidance, and renewable energy production. Kate Hiseman, CEO of the Sustainable Land Trust stays that 'Rutland is lucky to have beautiful landscapes and a vast range of natural and heritage features that are important to every one of us. Our consultation will ask people about what they are already doing to tackle climate change – this could be for example in school playgrounds, villages, or on farms or estates. We also aim to gather ideas, identify priorities, and create a vision for the county in how we could manage our land in the future.' This information will be used to create a stakeholder group where we can stimulate investment and funding into the county to put in place actions that will make a difference. We are keen to hear from as many people as possible, so if you cannot join the meeting, please download our consultation questionnaire and email it back to us. Copies of the questionnaire will also be available at the Council Office in Oakham, and in the libraries in Oakham, Uppingham, Ketton and Ryhall. The final date for consultation questionnaire responses will be 6th December 2019. For more information on Rutland County Council's plans to tackle climate change see their news page 'Council Approves Targets to Help Fight Climate Change'. For more information on the work of the Sustainable Land Trust and to download a questionnaire, see www.sltrust.org.uk.

Wed, 20 Nov 2019

Responses to LPR Additional Sites

Local Plan Review –Additional Sites 2018

August-September 2018

Sat, 08 Jun 2019

Responses by EWPC to Local Plan Consultation

Responses by EWPC to Local Plan Consultation. Prepared after extensive consultation from the community of Edith Weston

Mon, 24 Sep 2018

SGB Working Group Update 20th August - Modified to EW

SGB Working Group Update 20th August - Modified to EW PC report delivered to Parish Council 20th August

Wed, 22 Aug 2018

RCC Additional Sites Response Form

RCC Additional Sites Response Form

Mon, 20 Aug 2018

SGB Review Notes NL&EW

Notes taken by Mr Paul Cummings of NL PC . In attendance at the meeting were Cllr. E Jarron and Cllr. N Appleby. Minutes form a joint recollection of the meeting. Cllr. N Milne was unable to attend

Wed, 04 Jul 2018

SGB May 25th Update

DEVELOPMENT OF ST GEORGE'S BARRACKS

HAVE YOUR SAY BECAUSE THIS WILL IMPACT UPON YOU

Sun, 27 May 2018

Crichel Down Rules

Crichel Down Rules

Tue, 08 May 2018

Concerns Paper V1.1

Concerns Paper Related to the St Georges Barracks Development Match 2018

Mon, 19 Mar 2018

St Georges Feedback Form

Required Form from RCC to ensure that any villager that wishes to attend a Meeting related to the proposed development of St George's Barracks is permitted to enter the site.

Tue, 19 Dec 2017

Rutland County Council Local Plan

Details of roadshows and exhibitions being held as part of the Local Plan consultation.

Sun, 06 Aug 2017

Notice of Referendum

Referendum notice for UK's membership of the EU in the Rutland voting area

Fri, 27 May 2016

Working Dogs Briefing

Presentation about the

1 MILITARY WORKING DOG REGIMENT

Fri, 06 Feb 2015