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Sunday 12 December Common Tree planting
We need your help! Tree planting.
The Woodland Trust have kindly donated trees for our common and these have finally arrived.
10am-12 noon this Sunday morning 12th December
SPC Morgans Yard Waltham Chase Planning Meeting
Update - Morgans Yard Planning reference - 21/02439/FUL

Notice of Planning meeting on Monday 13th December 2021 at Waltham Chase Methodist Church at 19.15hrs. All the community are welcome to listen to the developer's presentation and to discuss this application.
HIWCF Pitch Maintenance Grant 2021
We are delighted to have received a grant of £2021 from HIWCF (Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Fund) for pitch maintenance at Shedfield Recreation Ground. This work will be completed over the coming months to improve the grounds for all to enjoy.
Lych Gate New Roof
We are delighted to confirm the new roof on the lychgate has been completed. Thank you to SDS Roofing.
Shedfield Equestrian Centre
Former Raglington Landfill Site
https://planning.hants.gov.uk/
Application no. 21/02707/HCS dated 4/10/2021

The deadline for comments is 19th November 2021.
Shedfield Parish Council's objection comments are listed below:
Five Oaks Farm
Five Oaks Farm - 26/2/21 Application No. 20/01483/HCS) Hants.gov.uk see latest response to Reg 25 from SPC

Shedfield Parish Council (SPC) is extremely disappointed with the reply given by the applicant, TJ Transport, in response to the Regulation 25 notice.

Shedfield Equestrian Centre

https://planning.hants.gov.uk/Planning/Display/HCC/2021/0615

Shedfield Equestrian Centre   - Former Raglington Landfill Site

Shedfield Parish Council's objections to this planning application are listed below.

The deadline for public comment is by 19th November 2021.

Links to Hampshire County Council planning portal are:

https://planning.hants.gov.uk/

Application no. 21/02707/HCS  dated 4/10/2021

After consideration of this planning application, Shedfield Parish council have forwarded their comments to HCC and list below a summary of their concerns:

  • The  original  Hampshire County Council planning application and extension has failed.
  • No EIA has been prepared (Environmental Impact Assessment).
  • It would have significant adverse effect on the immediate environment, ecology and countryside.
  • The proposal may have an environmental impact should hazardous material be disturbed.
  • The proposed development will damage the natural environment and  may result in significant loss of Ancient Woodland  and the loss of trees for which tree protection orders are in place.
  • Noise and dust pollution are likely to arise from the site.
  • There is no need for the planning area to include the  connection with the A334 ( Red Line).
  • It is against Highway Safety Policy 12, danger to pedestrians, environment and amenity. The development may cause traffic problems such as traffic generation, access or safety problems.
  • Health and safety concerns. Danger to all visitors, employees and residents of the site.
  • The cumulative impact of the application when considered  alongside the current use and activity on the immediate area will have an adverse impact on the whole area.