Alderton Village Newsletter - November 2023
Note from Editor:
The clocks have gone back now so we are approaching Winter. Lots of exciting things to look forward to. Just a reminder…. there are dogs, cats, horses and sheep in the village that might be frightened or injured by fireworks. There is a great display at Springhill, but if you are having fireworks at home, PLEASE warn your neighbours either in person or via the village WhatsApp groups.
I’d also like to wish the one and only Tom Collimore a speedy recovery from his recent accident.
Finally, please support the village New Year’s Eve Party in the Village Hall. It will bring us all together and save a lot on taxi fares!
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1. ALDERTON PARISH COUNCIL NEWS
www.aldertonparishcouncil.org.uk / firstname.lastname@example.org
PROPOSED NEW DEVELOPMENT- Land South of Dibden Lane [ 26 affordable houses]
Consideration of the application by Tewkesbury’s Planning Committee remains delayed. There is still time to comment. The easiest way is by:
WEBSITE – www.tewkesbury.gov.uk/planning click “new planning applications” then “search for and
comment on planning applications” and to add your comments you will need to register first and then search for the application using ref 23/00204/FUL
PROPOSED NEW DEVELOPMENT – Land East of St Margaret’s Drive [was 55 houses, now 48 houses]
The Parish Council now awaits details of the full Planning application.
PROPOSED NEW DEVELOPMENT – Land West of Willow Bank Road [Now 48 houses]
The proposal may go to the November Planning Committee.