WOLVERTON NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN
Wolverton & Greenleys Town Council is in the process of preparing a Neighbourhood Plan for Wolverton Town Centre which will guide future development and change.
Many residents of Haversham use Wolverton for shops and services, and the council would like to ensure that Haversham residents get the opportunity to contribute their ideas and thoughts to the consultation process.
The Council will therefore be hand delivering some surveys about the Town Centre to houses in the village shortly. For those who do receive the survey, you will be able to complete the online version of the survey which can be accessed at http://www.futurewolverton.co.uk/survey.
HANSLOPE PARK NEIGHBOURHOOD ACTION GROUP
The minutes of the last NAG meeting on 6th September 2012 can be viewed here.
101 -THE NEW POLICE NON-EMERGENCY NUMBER
Thames Valley Police has gone live with 101, the new national single non-emergency number, which will replace the 0845 8 505 505 number.
The 101 number should be used for all non-emergency calls. In an emergency, call 999. Calls to 101 (from both landlines and mobile networks) cost 15 pence per call.
For more information see the guidance on the Thames Valley Police website.
PROPOSED WIND FARM BETWEEN HAVERSHAM AND LITTLE LINFORD
RWE Npower Renewables have appealed to the planning inspectorate for non-determination of their application by Milton Keynes Council, and their application will now be heard by the planning inspectorate in Bristol. However, their application will still be considered by Milton Keynes Council at a special meeting of the Development Control Committee at 7.00pm on Tuesday 22nd January. Residents are urged to attend the meeting.
The application and the associated documents can be viewed online at www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/publicaccess. Enter the public access area here and quote application number 11/02028/FULEIS.
ACTION GROUP FORMED TO FIGHT LOCAL WIND FARM
An action group has been formed to fight the proposal for the Orchard Way Wind Farm. If you are concerned about the proposed development or want to find out more, visit www.stophavershamwindfarm.org.uk for further information.
SECOND ACTION GROUP FORMED IN FAVOUR OF THE PROPOSED WIND FARM
A second action group has been formed for those in favour of the proposed wind farm. For more infoirmaiton, visit www.havershamwindfarm.com.
HAVERSHAM & LITTLE LINFORD HERITAGE
The history of Haversham and Little Linford has now been included on the MK Heritage website following an extensive amount of research and work by Sue Blake. The site can be found at