Contact: Cllr Norman Milne
9 Church Lane, Edith Weston
Oakham, Rutland LE15 8EY

Tel: 07712001001

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St Georges Barracks Development Update from RCC

St Georges Barracks Development Update from RCC

Updated proposals for the possible future redevelopment of St George's Barracks have been published, incorporating a number of changes made following public consultation earlier this year.

This includes a further reduction in the number of houses being suggested for the site. This figure has been revised and an updated plan for the site produced with provisions for 2,215 homes, business zones and green... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 09 Nov 2018 18:22 by Norman Milne

Tags: St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Barracks, Defence Cuts, RCC Communications

St George’s Barracks Development – Update October 2018

St George’s Barracks Development – Update October 2018

I am copying this directly (from an email from RCC today) in order to to let everyone know that public report 195/2018, Progress Update on St George's Barracks, will be published tomorrow ahead of Cabinet on Tuesday 30 October 2018.

The update is intended to advise RCC Cabinet of progress-to-date on the St George's Barracks Project and to highlight revised dates for the presentation of further formal... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 23 Oct 2018 18:32 by Norman Milne

Tags: News, St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Barracks, Defence Cuts

Village Response to Local Plan Consultation

Village Response to Local Plan Consultation

It has taken a considerable effort to research, prepare and write responses to the RCC Local Plan Consultation on a very inappropriate deadline. Almost without exception the entire village has responded in huge detail to the outline plan from RCC. It took a long time to complete forms and I for one found it very challenging to complete in 'plannerish'

On behalf of the Parish Council I would like to... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 24 Sep 2018 18:43 by Norman Milne

Tags: News, St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Defence Cuts, Barracks, RCC Communications, Consultation

RCC Consultation Papers

RCC Consultation Papers

Public consultation on specific aspects of Rutland's latest Draft Local Plan got underway from Monday 13 August 2018 for a period of six weeks.

As you know, Rutland's existing Local Plan is currently being reviewed because it is due to expire in 2026. The new plan, once complete and adopted, will cover the period up to 2036.

As part of the process of reviewing Rutland's Local Plan, Rutland County Council... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 13 Aug 2018 18:29 by Norman Milne

Tags: St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Defence Cuts, Barracks

St George’s Barracks Development – Update July 2018

St George’s Barracks Development – Update July 2018

Consultation.

The results of the consultation on St George's Barracks development have now been published by Rutland County Council and can be found at:

Consultation Feedback

You may also read this more easily HERE. Note that this site will simply mirror key documents from elsewhere and make them more available to any community. The Public Tab is only available to unregistered users

Posted: Mon, 30 Jul 2018 17:57 by Norman Milne

Tags: St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Defence Cuts, RCC Communications

ST GEORGE’S BARRACKS – MP Consultation Meeting

ST GEORGE’S BARRACKS – MP Consultation Meeting

On 22 Jun 18, Sir Alan Duncan MP Chaired a meeting to review the St George's Barracks Masterplan. Invited were representatives of Rutland County Council, their consultants, RegenCo, the Ministry of Defence (Defence Infrastructure Organisations), County Councillors and representatives of a number of Parish Councils.

Though not an official record of the meeting, which has yet to be published, please find... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 04 Jul 2018 18:06 by Norman Milne

Tags: St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Barracks, Defence Cuts, Consultation

Service Accommodation to be Rented

Service Accommodation to be Rented

Just to add to the mix of stress, our favourite MOD through its contractors Orchard and Shipman (read the one star reviews) are to rent out a number of houses in our village. Please take a close look at the attached letter as whilst it appears to be positive (saving money, necessary action yada yada..) it will upset our servicemen and women and shift the mix of people that live in and enjoy our village.... Read More »

Posted: Sun, 27 May 2018 17:28 by Norman Milne

Tags: News, St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Defence Cuts, Barracks

BARRACKS – HAVE YOUR SAY NOW

BARRACKS – HAVE YOUR SAY NOW

The deadline for the submission of comments on the proposed development at St George's Barracks has, at our request, been extended to 14th Jun 18. If you say nothing, RCC will accept your tacit support to the proposed new town of 3,570 new homes, an industrial estate and a 200 hectare quarry on your doorstep. It is really important that you have your say using the questionnaire provided or by email... Read More »

Posted: Sun, 27 May 2018 17:15 by Norman Milne

Tags: St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Defence Cuts, Barracks

Barracks Masterplan Consultation

Barracks Masterplan Consultation

From RCC:

Consultation around the first high-level plan for the St George's Barracks site in Rutland is now live, with full details available to view on a new, dedicated website: www.stgeorgesrutland.co.uk

During the consultation period local communities, the wider Rutland public and key stakeholder groups are all invited to share their views on the proposals being put forward for discussion.

The following... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 12 May 2018 13:08 by Norman Milne

Tags: News, St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Defence Cuts, RCC Communications, Barracks, Consultation

Barracks - Crichel Down Rule

Barracks - Crichel Down Rule

What is the Crichel Down Rule. You may well ask? Well in view of the Barracks Proposed Development it is pretty important. Without going into too much detail (we have Paul Cummings of North Luffenham to thank for the background information) it is the resultant of a process where the MOD insisted on selling off an area of land that it 'acquired' in times of national need. Long story short, they should... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 08 May 2018 11:34 by Norman Milne

Tags: St George's Project, Officers Mess Site, Barracks, Defence Cuts, News

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