ELSTREE DISTRICT EXPLORER SCOUTS

Elstree District Explorer Scouts usually meet at Well End Scout Activity Centre on Thursday evenings at 8pm during term time.

The explorers are aged 14-18 and take part in a range of activities, both at the Scout Centre and also at other locations.

Activities are diverse, and in the past few months have included: bell boating, cooking, a talk on mental health, camp fire lighting and a night hike.

In the Autumn we attended a District Camp in The Peak District, which included cycling, climbing and walking activities, as well as a trip to Alton Towers.

One of our explorer scouts has been selected to attend the World Scout Jamboree in the USA in 2019.

We currently have spaces and would welcome new members.

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH ON 2017

On Tuesday 14th November we held the annual Christmas Lights switch on. Community support was brilliant and twice as many attended as last year.

Ben Caplan our charming local celebrity kindly came along to press the magic button to turn on the lights after an enthusiastic countdown.  To our delight it all worked.

A big thank you to Gristwood & Toms who donated a big Christmas Tree and kindly installed it and to the Shenley Fete Committee for donating money to buy the new Christmas lights which Gristwoods installed.

It was a wonderfully festive occasion much appreciated by all present.   The Parish Council laid on a delightful free reception with wine, soft drinks and nibbles for all who came along to watch and Novita kindly donated delicious pizzas and bottles of wine for everyone to enjoy after the switching on ceremony.

It was another well supported enjoyable community gathering.  Quite a tradition now!

 

Special thanks to Amanda Leboff our lovely Parish Clerk for organising everything so well as always, William Susman for setting up the sound system and ‘plunger’ and being master of ceremonies, Guy Beaton for taking photos and to all helpers who helped organise the refreshments and cleared up afterwards.

Don’t forget to come to

  • Channukah at the Cage on Saturday 16th December 5.30 – 6.30pm
  • Santa at the Cage on Sunday 17th December 5.30 – 6.30pm
  • Santa will be riding round Shenley, starting his journey from the Cage at 11.30am in the morning on Sunday 17th December.

Cllr. Nicky Beaton

On behalf of Shenley Parish Council

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 2017

On Sunday 12th November at 10.45 a large number of Villagers gathered at the War Memorial near the Cage Pond to take part in the annual remembrance ceremony to honour all those brave men and women who gave their lives for us in World War 1 and 2 and in other conflicts round the world since then.

Hertsmere Borough Councillors Peter Rutledge and his partner Jane West were in attendance representing the Mayor of Hertsmere.

They walked down London Road from St Martin’s Church with Rev. Daniel McCarthy and many other villagers.  Daniel lead the Ceremony with Rabbi Alan Garber and representatives from the Methodist Church.

There was also representation by the Emergency Services and many other local organisations including our local schools and scouting groups.

After the ceremony many went back to the Village Hall to enjoy refreshments provided by the Parish Council and served by the WI.  It was so interesting to be able to look at the display of Shenley Archive material, photos and books organised by Liz Trott.

Many thanks to all those who took part, to the WI, to Liz Trott, Amanda Leboff and all other helpers.

 

Safer Places

‘SaferPlaces’ Domestic Abuse Support Services

Following a presentation by ‘SaferPlaces’, of their Services and Support, at the Offices of Hertsmere Borough Council, Borehamwood, I feel that it is important to share this information with you, the ‘Community of Shenley’, which shocked me by the statistics and cases, but made me aware of the different forms of ‘Abuse’, in existence within ‘OurCommunity’, which is neither normal nor acceptable.

A ‘Caring Relationship’ should make you feel loved, respected, safe and free to be yourself!

An ‘Abusive Relationship’ can make you feel scared, controlled and intimidated! 

If you think that you are suffering from Domestic Abuse, then you probably are!

The different forms of Abuse can be: Physical, Psychological/Emotional, Financial or Sexual.

Domestic Abuse can be abusive behaviour from a Spouse, Partner, or Family Member and is used to make the other person fear the ‘Abused’, and leading them to do what they want!

It usually begins with small things, but gets much worse! 

‘Safer Places’ is an independent charity which provides a comprehensive range of services to:  Men, Women and Children affected by ‘Domestic and Sexual Abuse’, who live in Essex and Hertfordshire.

The people who use these Services are at the heart of the organisation and aim to work closely with them to enable them to overcome the impact of their experience and to build a brighter and safe future.

 

‘Domestic Abuse’ and social isolation rob people of their confidence, self-esteem and their hope for the future.  The organisation work with the survivors of Domestic Abuse, to help them recover, to empower them, to rebuild their lives, and go on to achieve for themselves things they might once have thought of as impossible.

 

Finally, most important, if you think you fall into any of these categories, and need help or advice or fear reporting them, please do not hesitate in contacting ‘SaferPlaces’:

 

24 HOUR EMERGENCY HELPLINE ON:  03301 025811

EMAIL:  info@saferplaces.co.uk

WEBSITE:  www.saferplaces.co.uk

 

USEFUL NUMBERS:

  • NATIONAL HELPLINE FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: 0808 2000 247 (OVER 18’S)
  • SAMARITANS: 0845 790 9090
  • RESPECT: 0207 5490578
  • NATIONAL STALKING HELPLINE: 0808 802 0300

 

Cllr. Peter Wayne

Borough and Parish Councillor

Shenley Ward

Hertfordshire Year of Physical Activity 2018

From 1st January, 2018 will be designated the ‘Hertfordshire Year of Physical Activity’ and will see a number of organisations from both in, and out of the sporting arena working together in support of making Hertfordshire the most active county.

Driven by the Hertfordshire County Council and Herts Sports Partnership, the campaign builds on previous ‘Years of’ which have already taken place for cycling, walking, mental health and volunteering. Approximately one in every five adults in Hertfordshire currently does less than thirty minutes of activity per week, and so it is hoped that the opportunities for participating in large scale events will help to improve this statistic.

The campaign, known informally as Herts YOPA, will follow a format of themed months which highlight particular target groups including women and girls; New Year, New You; workplace wellbeing and older adults among others. A friendly mascot will be making its way around Hertfordshire to many local events, and to encourage children and adults alike to get involved.

John O’Callaghan, Director at Herts Sports Partnership said: ‘We are pleased to be one of the leading organisations in what will hopefully be a momentous year for sport and physical activity in Hertfordshire. We continually strive to get more people, more active, more often, and are thankful to our partners’ ongoing support in doing so.’

Over the coming months there will be opportunities for clubs and organisations to promote their own activities through social media messages linked to the campaign.

For more information, or to get involved in the campaign, contact Jane Parker at j.parker20@herts.ac.uk.

Media contact for Herts Sports Partnership: Shelley Woods, Communications Manager
T: 01707 285887 e: s.woods4@herts.ac.uk Website: www.sportinherts.org.uk

Shenley Parish

Shenley Parish Council’s letter to Hertsmere Borough Council Policy & Planning Dept

Shenley Parish Council’s letter to Hertsmere Borough Council Policy & Planning Dept in response to the New Local Plans ‘Issue & Options’ Consultation

Shenley Parish Council have sent the following letter to the Policy and Planning Department at Hertsmere Borough Council by post and email on Friday 3rd November.

A meeting with the Policy and Planning Department is being arranged to discuss the contents of the letter.    The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group team have also sent a letter with similar points.

SPC Chairman William Susman, Borough Councillors Anthony Spencer and Peter Wayne, Cllrs Rosemary Gilligan and Nicky Beaton are meeting with Oliver Dowden on Friday 8th December.

Shenley Parish Council urges Residents to attend the Hertsmere Planning Drop-in session at Shenley Primary School on Monday 13th November 6.30pm and 9pm.  Please be aware that the session is being run by Hertsmere Borough Council not the Parish Council.     Parish Councillors will be attending.

Click here to open the letter to Hertsmere Borough Council Policy and Transport Team [pdf]

 

Shenley Parish

Wed 23rd August – Shenley Parish Extraordinary Meeting Minutes

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MINUTES OF EXTRAORDINARY MEETING OF THE PARISH COUNCIL HELD ON WEDNESDAY 23rd AUGUST 2017, AT 7.30pm IN THE METHODIST CHURCH HALL, LONDON ROAD, SHENLEY.

 

PRESENT: Councillors *Nicky Beaton, Annette Edel, Helen Hussain, Gavin O’Sullivan, Anthony Spencer, William Susman (Chair) and Peter Wayne.

  • In attendance:            Amanda Leboff, Clerk to the Council
  • (* Denotes attended for only part of the meeting)

 

52/17.           Apologies for Absence.

Apologies for absence were submitted from Councillors Rosemary Gilligan and Robert Perlmutter and County Councillor Morris Bright.

 

53/17.                       Declarations of Interests

PERSONAL – none

PREJUDICIAL -none.

 

54/17            Questions by residents of Shenley Parish

The Chairman welcomed Mr and Mrs Morris and Mr and Mrs Bury to the meeting. Mr Morris addressed the Council regarding concerns with planning application 17/1299/HSE. Mr Morris stated that he had no objection to the house itself that is being proposed, his worries lie in the potential disruption that may be caused to the roads and drains along Woodhall Road as was the case with the development of 26A. He requested that a condition is imposed to ensure the development is time sensitive in order to cause the least disruption possible.  Along with this a condition to ensure that developers park off road in order to not disrupt the traffic.  Finally he opposed the request for a carriageway drive as this will affect the rural aspect of the road.

The chairman thanked Mr and Mrs Morris for attending.

 

55/17.           Planning Applications

The following planning applications were before the meeting. The meeting AGREED that;

  • Subject to Hertsmere Borough Council taking into consideration any comments of neighbouring owners/occupiers, the Parish Council raises no objection to the following proposals.
Application No. Address Proposed Development
17/1502/HSE 12 Russet Drive Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9RH Conversion of garage to habitable room; erection of single storey rear

extension; insertion of three side rooflights at first floor level.

17/1387/VOC Hertswood School, Cowley Hill, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire,

WD6 5LG

Variation of condition 24 (approved plans) attached to planning permission

reference 14/1766/FUL to allow the existing approved building to be re-sited 3m South

East of its original location.

17/1558/VOC 7 Old Nursery Close Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9FD Retrospective application for variation of condition 3 (approved plans)

attached to planning permission reference 16/2210/HSE to insert 2 rooflights

into roof of existing garage.

17/1559/HSE 1 Old Nursery Close Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9FD Erection of single storey rear extension
17/1574/HSE 8 Anderson Road Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9EQ Construction of a 2 storey side extension. (Revised Application)
*17/1534/HSE 14 Trafford Close Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9HU Erection of single storey rear extension.
*17/1667/HSE 24 King Charles Road Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9HZ Erection of 2 storey rear extension and insertion of roof lights to all elevations

to utilise loft space.

*17/1468/CLP 26 Fielders Way Shenley, Hertfordshire WD7 9EY Single storey rear extension. Certificate of Lawful Development (Proposed).
*17/1468/HSE 26 Fielders Way, Shenley, Hertfordshire WD7 9EY Single storey rear extension.

 

With regards to

17/1299/HSE 26 Woodhall Lane Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9AT Demolition of existing dwelling and erection of detached, 2 bed, chalet bungalow with front dormer window and rear rooflights to include new carriage driveway.

The Meeting did not object to the development of the house, however they OBJECTED to the proposed carriageway drive as is was felt this is not a necessary addition and more importantly this will affect the rural aspect of the road and involve destroying a hedgerow.

The Parish Council wish to request planning conditions imposed in order to:

  • Ensure the work is completed within a limited time frame in order to ensure as little disruption to the neighbours as possible
  • Ensure developers and work vehicles are parked off the road ensuring no disruption to the flow of traffic.
  • Ensure the roadway and drains are undamaged as a result of the development.

 

With regards to

17/1465/HSE 9 Hamblings Close Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9JJ Two storey side extension & part single, part two storey rear extension

The Meeting OBJECTED to this application as it is an excessive extension and is not in keeping with the street scene, they also NOTED that this would be the loss of another 2 bedroom house in Shenley.

 

With regards to

17/1516/HSE 13 Ribston Close Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9JW Erection of first floor front extension and new front porch; part single part two

storey rear extension. Conversion of existing garage to habitable room and

creation of front driveway. (Part retrospective application).

The Meeting OBJECTED to this application as it is an overdevelopment.

With regards to

17/1546/HSE Foxwood House King Edward Road Shenley Hertfordshire Erection of new front porch extension and first floor front extension; creation of two front gables; front extension to existing garage and conversion to habitable room with new roof incorporating front and rear dormer windows;

two storey rear extension; conversion of loft to habitable room with new roof, three rear dormer windows and three front rooflights.

The Meeting OBJECTED to this application as it is an overdevelopment in a conservation area.

 

With regards to

17/1568/VOC 25 London Road Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9EP Variation of condition 23 (approved plans) attached to planning permission

reference 17/0078/FUL to make amendments to plot 6 only (see final covering

letter and corresponding amended plans and elevations).

The Meeting OBJECTED to the variation on the grounds of loss of parking due to the reduction in size of the garage.

 

With regards to

17/1641/HSE 47 North Avenue Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9DF Retrospective application for new front porch. (Revised Application)

The Meeting OBJECTED on the grounds that it is not in keeping with the street scene.  It is felt that the front door should be on the front of the house and not the side.

 

With regards to

17/1487/HSE 15 Fielders Way Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9EY Retention of wooden bin enclosures to the front of the property.

(Retrospective application)

The Meeting OBJECTED on the grounds that it is not in keeping with the street scene..

 

(i)Other planning matters were noted, and

(ii)The council instructs the Clerk to advise Hertsmere Borough Council accordingly.

(*Denotes that at this point, the Council moved to discuss planning applications which had been brought to its attention at the meeting. They were proposed and seconded.)

 

56/17.           The meeting ended at 8.30p.m.                                           Chairman

 

Shenley Parish

Tue 4th July – Shenley Parish Meeting Minutes

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MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD ON TUESDAY, 4 JULY 2017, AT 7.30PM IN THE VILLAGE HALL, 108 LONDON ROAD, SHENLEY

 

PRESENT: Councillors, Rosemary Gilligan, Helen Hussain (Chair), Gavin O’Sullivan, and Robert Perlmutter

  • In attendance:            Amanda Leboff, Clerk to the Council

 

38/17.           Apologies for Absence.

Apologies for absence were submitted from Councillors Nicky Beaton, Annette Edel, Anthony Spencer, William Susman and Peter Wayne and County Councillor Morris Bright.

 

39/17.                       Declarations of Interests

PERSONAL – Councillor Gilligan declared a personal interest in the item concerning Shenley Park Trust.

PREJUDICIAL -none.

 

40/17                        Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held on 6th June 2017

RESOLVED that the minutes of the Ordinary Parish Council meeting, held on 6th June 2017 be confirmed as a correct record, and signed by Cllr Hussain and adopted by the Council.

 

41/17.                       Review of Action Plan from above meetings

The Action plan was NOTED.

 

42/17                        Minutes of the Extraordinary Parish Council Meeting held on 20th June 2017

RESOLVED that the minutes of the Extraordinary Parish Council meeting, held on 20th June 2017 be confirmed as a correct record, and signed by Cllr Hussain and adopted by the Council.

 

43/17.                       Review of Action Plan from above meetings

The Action plan was NOTED.

 

44/17            Minutes of the Allotment Committee Meeting held on 13th June 2017

RESOLVED that the minutes of the Allotment Committee meeting, held on the 13th June 2017 be confirmed as a correct record.

 

45/17            Minutes of the Finance Committee Meeting held on 20th June 2017

RESOLVED that the minutes of the Finance Committee meeting, held on the 20th June 2017 be confirmed as a correct record.

 

46/17.           Questions by residents of Shenley Parish

There were none

 

47/17.           Reports of Committee, Members and Clerk

  • Hertsmere Electoral Review

The meeting NOTED the information sent on the Hertsmere Electoral Review.

 

  • Confirm Location for SID

Following a discussion the meeting AGREED that the SID should be placed on Porters Park Drive on the side of the Chapel, with the ‘Smiley Face’ facing towards Tesco’s in order to prevent speeding going down Porters Park Drive towards North Avenue.  It was AGREED the Clerk would inform Highways.

 

  • Pursley Field – Update

Nothing to report.

 

  • Harris Lane/Rookery Field

The Clerk informed the meeting that they are still waiting on Frank Coopers to do a site visit to locate the goal mouth sockets.

 

The meeting NOTED the ROSPA report.

 

The meeting discussed the recent spate of BBQs and fires around Shenley, specifically in the parks.  The meeting NOTED the email sent by the local resident with regards to this.  It was AGREED the clerk would contact the PCSO and ask him to visit the resident concerning this.

 

  • Allotments

The meeting NOTED the minutes on point 44/17

 

  • Shenley Fete

The meeting agreed the fete had been a great success.

 

  • Future Initiative Events

The Clerk informed the meeting that the next Future Initiative Committee meeting is on Wednesday 19th July in The Hub, 7.30pm.

 

  • Media Committee

Nothing to report

 

  • CSP

Nothing to report.

 

  • Police Update

The meeting NOTED the Safer Neighbourhoods Shenley report.

 

  • Shenley Park Trust

Nothing to report

 

  • Neighbourhood Plan

The meeting were informed that the new Questionnaire is currently being formulated.

 

  • Village Sign

The Clerk informed the meeting that a site visit will be arranged for September

 

48/17.           Correspondence

  • Receipt of the following correspondence was reported and noted:
Hertfordshire County Council Summer reading challenge
Shenley and District Horticultural Society Letter of thanks

 

49/17.           Planning Applications

The following planning applications were before the meeting. The meeting AGREED that;

  • Subject to Hertsmere Borough Council taking into consideration any comments of neighbouring owners/occupiers, the Parish Council raises no objection to the following proposals.
Application No. Address Proposed Development
17/1246/HSE 15 Mulberry Gardens, Shenley, Hertfordshire WD7 9LB Conversion of garage into habitable room with single storey front extension and new side window at ground floor level
17/1136/HSE Hill Top, King Edward Road, Shenley, Hertfordshire Erection of single storey rear extension
17/1141/HSE Iona, King Edward Road, Shenley, Hertfordshire Single storey rear extension
*17/1282/HSE 5 Wayside Shenley Hertfordshire WD7 9JN Single storey rear extension.
*17/1273/FUL University College London Sports Ground And Watford Football Club Training

Ground Bell Lane London Colney Hertfordshire

Retention and extension of existing temporary changing room and temporary

press room

 

With regards to

17/0952/FUL University College London Sports Ground And Watford Football Club Training Ground, Bell Lane, London Colney, Hertfordshire Installation of an artificial playing surface for multi sports use with inflatable fabric dome cover to be installed on existing grass playing surface.

The Meeting NOTED that it would be nice if Watford Football Club became more involved in Community Events such as is stipulated with Arsenal Football Clubs planning conditions.

 

With regards to

17/1086/HSE 22 Harris Lane, Shenley, Hertfordshire, WD7 9EB Demolition of existing conservatory and erection of two storey side extension, part single, part two storey rear extension & new front porch

The Meeting NOTED that this is the loss of another 3 bedroom house in Shenley.

 

 

With regards to

17/1045/FUL Manor Lodge School, Ridge Hill, Shenley, Hertfordshire Hard surfacing of a car park and access road and installation of wall mounted and bollard lighting

The meeting suggested that the lighting is both motion and time activated.

 

With regards to

17/1180/FUL Silver Hill Cottage Silver Hill Borehamwood Hertfordshire Construction of open horse walker (Revised Application).

The meeting stressed that equine use is acceptable in the Green Belt

 

(i)Other planning matters were noted, and

(ii)The council instructs the Clerk to advise Hertsmere Borough Council accordingly.

(*Denotes that at this point, the Council moved to discuss planning applications which had been brought to its attention at the meeting. They were proposed and seconded.)

 

50/17.           Financial matters

  • Accounts for payment –June 2017 meeting
  • The following accounts for June 2017 meeting were received:
Payment To Reason Total Amount
Hertfordshire County Council Stationary 87.86
PPH Coaches 2 x coaches to Brighton 1280.00
Methodist Church Hire of Hall for Neighbourhood Plan 42.00
Playsafety Limited ROSPA report – Harris Lane Play area 100.80
Mrs Amanda Leboff Expenses 123.09
Petty Cash Petty Cash  – amount to take up to £200 imprest system for May 2017 50.37
John O’Conner Grounds Maintenance Grounds Maintenance 87.00
Christmas Illuminations Annual Christmas Lights 3000.00
E.On The Cage 15.83
Dor-2-Dor (G L Green) Delivery of SVM issue 10 – inc outskirts 143.00
Mrs Maureen Ashman Reimburse for planting 4 troughs 89.00
Mrs Amanda Leboff Wages 1087.92
HMRC Payment 212.38
HAPTC 5 copies of Neighbourhood plan guide for councillors 25.00
BT Office phone and broadband 102.75
Herts CCTV Partnership ltd Spur on Ribston Close column 7 216.00
Banner Group Printer cartridges 46.68
Ricoh Toner 48.00
Caprin Limited Printing Shenley Village matters issue 10 1179.00
Bob Gough Grounds Maintenance 818.00
Fay Gough Cleaning toilet, office 114.00
Petty Cash Petty Cash  – amount to take up to £200 imprest system for June 2017 173.98
TOTAL 9042.66

Following a proposal and seconder, it was:-

RESOLVED that the July 2017 meeting accounts totalling £9,042.66 be approved for payment.

  • It was NOTED the monthly budget monitoring report would follow shortly
  • Following a proposal and seconder, it was:-RESOLVED that the monthly petty cash report be approved
  • Section 137 Grant Requests: –

There were none

  • Following a proposal and seconder, it was AGREED that Cllr Helen Hussain be added as a signatory on the Parish Council accounts.
  • The Council NOTED the insurer’s comments regarding the installation of the permanent goal and hoop in Rookery Field.
  • Additional Christmas Lights – Following a discussion the Council AGREED that Cllrs Perlmutter and Hussain would review the lampposts again and report back to the September meeting.

 

51/17.           The meeting ended at 8.20p.m.                                           Chairman

 

 

 

ACTION LIST – TUESDAY 4 JULY 2017

provision action by action
Planning Applications Letter to Hertsmere Borough Council advising of the Council’s opinions. Clerk Actioned
Pond lights Hire of lighting designer to plan what is needed Clerk & Cllr Susman ASAP
Manor Lodge School Contact school regarding inconsiderate driving approaching the school. Clerk ASAP
Basket Ball hoop To be ordered ASAP
SID Contact Tim Burt regarding positioning of camera Clerk Actioned
Village Sign Request replacing cows with horses and arrange site meeting Clerk ASAP
Anti-social behaviour Contact PCSO regarding resident email Clerk Actioned
Additional Christmas Lights To check the exact lamp posts along Porters park Drive Cllrs Perlmutter & Hussain Before Sept meeting

 

Shenley Parish

Tue 20 June 2017 – Extraordinary Meeting

MINUTES OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MEETING HELD ON TUESDAY, 20 JUNE 2017, AT 7.20PM IN THE VILLAGE HALL, 108 LONDON ROAD, SHENLEY

PRESENT: Councillors Nicky Beaton, Gavin O’Sullivan, Robert Perlmutter, William Susman (Chair) and Peter Wayne

  • In attendance:            Amanda Leboff, Clerk to the Council

 

33/17.           Apologies for Absence.

Apologies for absence were submitted from Councillors Annette Edel, Rosemary Gilligan, Helen Hussain and Anthony Spencer.

 

34/17.                       Declarations of Interests

PERSONAL – none

PREJUDICIAL -none.

 

35/17.           Questions by residents of Shenley Parish

There were none

 

36/17.     To reconsider the planning application below following new information received;

Application No. Address Proposed Development
17/0955/HSE Thatched Lodge, Green Street, Shenley, Hertfordshire, WD7 9BA Demolition of existing garage and shed & erection of detached timber frame garage block with accommodation over to be used incidental to the main building

 

The Meeting were informed that the original application had been reviewed by the Parish Council on 7th February 2017 under application number 17/0072/HSE with the Parish Council not objecting.  The plans have since been amended and downscaled.  The new application was reviewed by the parish Council on the 6th June 2017, but as there was a different application number and no reference to tie the two together the Parish Council objected to the plan which was inconsistent with the original decision in September.

 

Therefore Shenley Parish Council withdraws its objection.

 

37/17.           The meeting ended at 7.30p.m.                                           Chairman