Clerk: Catherine Gwilliam
4 Normanton Cottages
Empingham Road, Normanton
Rutland LE15 8RW

Tel: 01780 460128

Tags: Officers Mess Site

Inclusion of St George’s Barracks within the 2017 Local Plan

Inclusion of St George’s Barracks within the 2017 Local Plan

Last Summer the County Council issued a consultation document seeking views on the inclusion of a development at St George's Barracks within the Local Plan. The results of this consultation have been quietly published and can be found on the County Council's Web Site

https://www.rutland.gov.uk/my-services/planning-and-building-control/planning/planning-policy/local-plan-review/

The results of the consultation... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 08 Jun 2019 13:17 by Norman Milne

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

HIF BID SGB – EVOLVING MASTERPLAN

HIF BID SGB – EVOLVING MASTERPLAN

A VERY IMPORTANT MEETING of the full Council will take place at Catmose at 1900 on Monday the 21st.

The full agenda and reports for the meeting can be viewed online at:https://rutlandcounty.moderngov.co.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=145&MId=1865

This meeting is going to be busy and I hear that CREW will be arriving somewhat earlier. This is being coordinated by Les Alan. Please make extra allowances... Read More »

Posted: Sun, 20 Jan 2019 14:22 by Norman Milne

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

ST GEORGE’S BARRACKS – EVOLVING MASTERPLAN

ST GEORGE’S BARRACKS – EVOLVING MASTERPLAN

THIS IS IMPORTANT - PLEASE DOWNLOAD, READ AND DIGEST OVER THE CHRISTMAS BREAK

Rutland County Council's December Cabinet Meeting on 18th December was to review the latest version of the Evolving Masterplan, together with the business case for a supporting bid to the national Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF).

This allowed Cabinet to assess whether the Plan should be recommended to Rutland County Council's... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 21 Dec 2018 18:08 by Norman Milne

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

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

St George’s Barracks – Time for Action

St George’s Barracks – Time for Action

RCC will shortly be making major decisions about the St George's Barracks development. On 26th November 2018 they will consider an application for Housing Infrastructure Funds that will be used to pay for some of the infrastructure developments needed, if they are to build a new town in the heart of the County. Once this bid is submitted, the process will be underway and will develop a momentum that... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 15 Oct 2018 16:01 by Norman Milne

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

St George’s Barracks – Presentation to RCC Scrutiny Panel

St George’s Barracks – Presentation to RCC Scrutiny Panel

On 11th October 2017, Paul Cummings (Chair NLPC) representing the SGB Advisory Group gave a presentation to the RCC Special Growth, Infrastructure and Resources Scrutiny Panel. The aim of the presentation was to highlight the concerns of of the villagers of North Luffenham, Edith Weston, Ketton, South Luffenham, Manton, Empingham and Normanton and to try to show the County Council some of the significant... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 12 Oct 2018 16:07 by Norman Milne

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

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

Statement Concerning the Officers Mess Area

Statement Concerning the Officers Mess Area

"Edith Weston Parish Council, supported by village opinion surveys and other local interested Parish Councils, views the Officers' Mess site as an integrated part of the St George's Barracks development, rather than a stand-alone project. As such, we see no need for it to be identified by a separate name, other than perhaps 'SGB Phase 1' or 'Former SGB Officers' Mess Site'"

This statement will be incorporated... Read More »

Posted: Sun, 26 Aug 2018 19:16 by Norman Milne

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

Barracks Working Group Update

Barracks Working Group Update

These are the notes of the Edith Weston and North Luffenham Working Group. We are very grateful to Paul Cummings the Chair of North Luffenham for taking the notes and distributing them across the two Parishes. As both Edith Weston and North Luffenham are working very closely together on this matter we shall simply amend minor details within any such notes so that a local sense is achieved. If you notice... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 23 Aug 2018 18:50 by Norman Milne

Tags: St George's Project, Officers Mess Site