Amenity Areas

Amenity Areas and Open Spaces – November 2019

Amenity Areas and Open Spaces (Councillor Steady) Audit on going regarding land registry and boundary posts.   Footpaths and Allotments (Councillor Steady) Since the last report, we have terminated 3 x plots, two have been given up voluntarily – one of these has been...

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Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces – October 2019

In the past month it has been good to see an integrated policy coming together involving youth organisations and volunteers, as the attached reports show. LOCAL BEAVERS HELP LOCAL HEDGEHOGS The 4th Brightlingsea Beaver Colony has been learning to be plastic Clever to...

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Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces – August 2019

Amenity Areas and Open Spaces (Councillor Steady) Objective is now to link up formal open space with green lung areas and making information accessible. This initiative to be underpinned by Environmental/Green Lung Policy. Had correspondence from local resident and ex...

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces – July 2019

Objective is now to link up formal open space with green lung areas and making information accessible. This initiative to be underpinned by Environmental/Green Lung Policy. The following article is being published in the Chronicle regarding the Brightlingsea Nature...

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces – June 2019

Objective is now to link up formal open space with green lung areas and making information accessible. This initiative to be underpinned by Environmental/Green Lung Policy.   Further to meetings held with Susie Jenkins, please see e-mail below:-   “For the...

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces – March 2019

Amenity Areas and Footpaths Solved issue with the folly which runs off Freeland’s Road? Reported issue with footpath number 5 which runs off Red Barn Road. Allotments Since the last report, we have given out 3 allotments and had two transfers of plots, they are all up...

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces – May 2018

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces Had various meetings re Warrens Pond and adjoining land, new management of the pond established.   Footpaths and bridleways, which will be included in the “green lungs initiative” to be logged and recorded.    ...

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces – July 2018

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces (Councillor Steady) Footpaths – Due to the overgrown state of Footpaths in the town, which come under the auspices of Essex County Council, our Grounds Team have cut footpath 5 (between Morses Lane Industrial Estate and...

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces – June 2018

On 13th June met with the British Legion Committee to discuss 100 years since the ending of WW1 commemoration. 107 town’s folk who made the ultimate sacrifice to be remembered by having individual crosses with their names and the towns crest on planted in the war...

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces – May 2018

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces (Councillor Steady) Had various meetings re Warrens Pond and adjoining land, new management of the pond established.   Footpaths and bridleways, which will be included in the “green lungs initiative” to be logged and...

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces – April 2018

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces (Councillor Steady) 9/4 Attended meeting regarding the management of Warrens Pond, with Cllr Howard. Pleased to report that a new committee is being formed to secure the future of the facility.   17/4 attended the AGM...

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces – March 2018

Amenity Areas & Footpaths and Open Spaces (Councillor Steady) Further to last months report when I highlighted how fortunate we were in the open space and amenity areas we have within our town, I would like to draw every bodies attention to a scheme that I am...

Amenity Areas & Open Spaces – February 2018

Amenity Areas & Open Spaces (Councillor Steady) Brightlingsea is fortunate in having many open public spaces and amenity areas; The Town Council  are looking to upgrade existing areas and where possible to create new ones thereby providing “green lung areas” for...

Amenity Areas & Open Spaces – April 2017

A Public Meeting has been scheduled for 26th April at 7.30pm at the Community Centre to have an open discussion about the pool and issues about a way forward. This will allow some assessment of public opinion and support.

Amenity Areas & Open Spaces – September 2016

Recreation Ground Improvements have been completed at Pawson's playground and a similar refurbishment is taking place on the recreation ground. A new fully accessible roundabout has been installed and a zip wire and play cave are scheduled for installation in the near...

Amenity Areas & Open Spaces – August 2016

Music Festival - a hugely successful, trouble free,  music festival was held last weekend.! The committee and volunteers worked in harmony with the town to produce a true community event of which we should all be proud.

April 2016 – Amenity Areas

AMENITY AREAS. Shower upgrading has taken place in the rec pavilion and is working well. There has been a transfer of top soil to the Western Promenade site to level the area and provide a training facility for sports clubs in the town.

March 2016 – Amenity Areas

The new storage facility for football and cricket clubs on Bayard Rec is completed and positive publicity has been generated regarding the facility and the strategy for overall improvement. Enquiries have been made regarding a pavilion extension and a number of...

February 2016 – Amenity Areas

The new storage facility for football and cricket clubs ON Bayard Rec is nearing completion and looks to be a top quality building. An official opening ceremony will be held in due course to highlight the project and the funding from Big Society fund. Changing room...

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