Wishing you all a belated ‘Happy New Year’
The next CALM Meeting will be on Thursday 8th February 2018 – at the Rose & Crown & there’s lots to talk about.
As part of the Purbeck Local Plan Review, Purbeck District Council (PDC) is again seeking views on possible new planning policies relating to second homes, affordable homes and sites for new homes. All households and businesses in Purbeck should have received a special edition of ‘About Purbeck’ in January which contained details of the consultation and the questionnaire. If you have not received your questionnaire please contact Public Perspectives on 0800 533 5386 or email@example.com
There is more information on the PDC website at https://www.dorsetforyou.gov.uk/Purbeck-local-plan-review and you can download the ‘About Purbeck’ details at : https://www.dorsetforyou.gov.uk/media/224482/New-Homes-for-Purbeck-Consultation-Document/pdf/Purbeck-local-plan-consultation-document-for-web-23-01-18.pdf
There are also several drop-in events across Purbeck. The Lytchett Matravers meeting is on Saturday 17th Feb at the Village Hall from 10am to 4pm.
|Saturday 3 February||10am – 4pm||The Purbeck School, Worgret Road, Wareham BH20 4PF|
|Saturday 10 February||10am – 4pm||Emmanuel Baptist Church, 160 Victoria Avenue, Swanage BH19 1AZ|
|Saturday 17 February||10am – 4pm||Lytchett Matravers Village Hall, High Street, BH16 6DD|
|Thursday 22 February||3pm – 6pm||St Dunstan’s Church Lounge, Poole Road, Upton BH16 5JA|
|Saturday 24 February||10am – 4pm||D’Urberville Centre, Colliers Lane, Wool BH20 6DL|
|Saturday 3 March||10am – 4pm||Bere Regis Scout Hut, Elder Road, BH20 7LY|
|Saturday 10 March||10am – 4pm||Moreton Village Hall, The Common, DT2 8RE|
The Council has also arranged an infrastructure drop-in event on Thursday 1 March from 2pm to 5pm in the Council Chamber, Westport House, Wareham. This will provide an opportunity to talk to representatives from organisations responsible for transport, public services and facilities, such as Dorset County Council and the NHS.
More than one council tax payer in your house?
The council have confirmed that the public consultation is not limited to one view per household. Everyone who is a council tax payer is entitled to have their say. So, if you need more copies of the questionnaire just contact Public Perspectives who will send you additional questionnaires if there is more than one council tax payers resident at your address (as above contact Public Perspectives on 0800 533 5386 or firstname.lastname@example.org)