Wednesday, 13 April 2022

ANNUAL PARISH MEETING

Published by Maisemore Parish Council:

ANNUAL PARISH MEETING


13 April 2022 – 7.30pm at Maisemore Village Hall followed by the Maisemore Village Hall Committee AGM 

 

 This is a chance for all residents to come together to hear what’s been happening over the past year – well usually it’s a year but this time it’s THREE years owing to the pandemic! Local village groups will be reporting on their recent activities and their plans for the future. There will also be invited external speakers on various topics. Come along and find out how you can be more involved in village life. It will be followed by the Maisemore Village Hall Committee AGM

Thursday, 17 March 2022

Poultry Farm expansion

Maisemore Parish Council writes:

A
surprisingly low public attendance at the recent MPC meeting - just one person. Yet we were discussing the poultry farm extension proposals. Does no one have any concerns about that?

Wednesday, 16 March 2022

[MPC: ] Re: Email list fault

The list now appears to be functional, so there will not need to be any test messages.

On Wednesday, 16 March 2022 at 22:14:05 UTC Andrew Cooley wrote:

David Jones has told me that the Maisemore Parish Council email list is broken and asked me to try to fix it.

As I try to resolve this, you may get a number of test messages.  I will try to ensure that these are identified as tests, but you do not need to do anything about them - just delete them when it's convenient for you to do so.

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[MPC: ] Email list fault

David Jones has told me that the Maisemore Parish Council email list is broken and asked me to try to fix it.

As I try to resolve this, you may get a number of test messages.  I will try to ensure that these are identified as tests, but you do not need to do anything about them - just delete them when it's convenient for you to do so.

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Thursday, 10 March 2022

19/00676/OUT | Outline application for the erection of up to 33 residential units (50% affordable provision) with associated infrastructure and landscaping (all matters reserved for future consideration). | Part Parcel 9851 Maisemore Gloucester Glouces...

 

This application is going to Planning Committee next Tuesday - 15 March 2022 - with an officer recommendation for APPROVAL

Apart from Maisemore Parish Council's extensive list of objections, only six residents submitted objections and one person supported the application.

None of the other statutory consultees objected - as usual Severn Trent is ignoring the problems we have with surcharging of the combined drainage system in Maisemore. 

If permitted and built, this will mean the main settlement of Maisemore will have increased in size by 49% since 2011, yet we have no increase in facilities apart from a lot of money being directed - without consulting the village - at Maisemore Village Hall. Apart from that and the advent of Gigaclear, there appears to be no demonstrable improvement in any of the "Services" which combine to make Maisemore a "Service Village" and thus suitable for development.

In fact with The Rising Sun having closed, the church's future looking dubious and Maisemore Village Hall's future looking rocky (following resignation of half the committee running it), there is now significant cause for concern.



Saturday, 5 March 2022

Donations for Ukraine

Jeremy Chamberlayne of Maisemore Court writes:

The Rotary Club of Newent, via the Ukrainian Church of Gloucester, has organised a drop-off point close by the George Inn at Newent. The urgently needed items are: -


CLOTHING - WARM SOCKS, GLOVES, WOOLLEN HATS.
FOOD - TINNED OR PACKETED, - BABY FOOD, SOUP, MEAT, TEA, COFFEE.
MEDICAL SUPPLIES - PAINKILLERS, CALPOL, BANDAGES, PLASTERS, BABY WIPES
AND NAPPIES.

DROP-OFF TIMES. - WEEKDAYS - 9 - 11, 3 - 5.                       SATURDAYS - 10 - 12.

Or, I can deliver items left, here, at Maisemore Court.

Jeremy Chamberlayne.        -       01452-527462

Thursday, 3 March 2022

22/00167/FUL | Erection of 2 No. additional poultry houses with air scrubbing units and associated infrastructure on established poultry farm (resubmission of 21/00870/FUL) | Astmans Farm Poultry Unit Maisemore Gloucester Gloucestershire GL2 8HP

https://publicaccess.tewkesbury.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=R755PQQDIZT00&activeTab=summary

 

22/00167/FUL | Erection of 2 No. additional poultry houses with air scrubbing units and associated infrastructure on established poultry farm (resubmission of 21/00870/FUL) | Astmans Farm Poultry Unit Maisemore Gloucester Gloucestershire GL2 8HP  

 

This is the resubmission of the Chicken Farm extension for which the original application (21/00870/FUL) was recently withdrawn.

 

The only apparent change is the lengthening of the buildings by 7.0m to accommodate air scrubbers being requested by the EA - otherwise the schemes appear to be identical - new scheme on left:

 


 

Please note that if you were one of the thirty objectors to the original extension scheme, you should resubmit your thoughts on this new scheme.

 

The matter will be discussed at the next MPC meeting on Monday 14 March 2022 at 7.30pm in the village hall.

Monday, 28 February 2022

Maisemore Burglaries

 

From Neighbourhood Alerts (delayed in transmission owing the the only person sending them out being on holiday!):
 

Maisemore Burglaries
 

Two adjacent homes were entered during the period between midday on 22nd February and 2pm the following day.  One of the houses is situated in Old Road and was entered by forcing a rear window. The other, just a short distance away on the A4176 [sic = A417], was entered by smashing a glass panel in a rear door. 
 
Both homes were subjected to an untidy search of most rooms with drawers etc. being left open or the contents tipped out.  We have no detail of any stolen property at this time. 
 
A dark coloured vehicle was seen in the area at around 9pm on the evening of [Tuesday] 22nd February suggesting the burglaries took place after darkness had fallen.  Similar burglaries have recently occurred in The Leigh, Norton and Dymock. 
 
If you have any information regarding these incidents, please contact the police by calling 101 and quote incident number 207 of 23rd February or online at https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/tua/tell-us-about/soh/seen-or-heard/ 
 
You can also report information about criminal activity anonymously to CrimeStoppers by calling 0800 555111 or online at https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/forms/pre-form 
 
Although the daylight hours are lengthening into the evening now, burglars will still be on the lookout for homes left in complete darkness.  Please remember to leave a light on inside your home as darkness falls.  This is especially important if you leave your home unattended overnight or for longer periods of absence.  Also, why not let a trusted neighbour know you are going away so they can keep an eye on your home. 
 
 Further burglary prevention information can be found here [https://www.gloucestershire.police.uk/cp/crime-prevention/]

Please report any suspicious activity straight away and if you believe a crime is being committed dial 999.

Message Sent By Bob Lloyd (Police, Neighbourhood Watch Officer, Gloucestershire)