Author Archives: Mark T
This is a link to the BBC and 30 seconds of footage taken inside the Chilwell Munitions Factory on the Barracks taken a couple of years before the explosion.
We had the first meeting of the Housing Group this week. The purpose of the Housing Group is to create the Housing Development Planning Policies for the Chetwynd Neighbourhood Plan. It was a constructive meeting with a number of topics … Continue reading
As previewed last week, I’d like to spend most of this week updating you on the outputs of the Steering Group workshop held 10 days ago. I spent time this week in the office catching up with the outputs and…. … Continue reading
The HS2 subgroup supports the Steering Group in developing the Neighbourhood Plan relating to the immediate area of the East Midlands Hub Station. The actual station area is technically outside of the Forum’s remit but we want to bring to … Continue reading
The start of March is normally a time to look forward to Spring and beyond, but the ‘beast from the east’ is making that a little difficult for the moment. Thankfully, as I write, this particular beast looks to be … Continue reading
Hello everyone There’s a lot to report this week so I’ll skip the normal preamble and get straight to business. 1. Consultation exercise almost over: a last chance to get involved! We are nearing the end of our consultation exercise. We’ve … Continue reading
As part of the gradual update to the website, the Barracks Subgroup information (Terms of Reference, Agendas and Meeting Minutes have now been added to the site here. Please read and take part if you’re interested.
Hello again This week has been a time to draw a little breath between the hectic planning and promotion of the AGM and the next series of consultations taking place – starting next week! The Steering Group held its first … Continue reading
Our survey – February 2018 To guide the CTTC Forum in developing the Neighbourhood Plan we need to know what is important to you about living in Chilwell and Toton. What is good? What needs to be protected? What needs … Continue reading