SAFEGUARDING OF LAND FOR POSSIBLE LONGWORTH RESERVOIR
Following the Thames Water presentation at the Parish Council meeting on the 3rd August below is the web address for their stakeholder forum and dates for future meetings. The web page contains the papers from previous meetings and sets out the process for developing their Water Resources Management Plan.
Dates for future meetings
6 October 2016: Technical Stakeholder Meeting on options (at Thames Water’s Clearwater Court offices in Reading)
27 October 2016: Water Resources Forum (Novotel, Paddington, London)
8 November 2016: Technical Stakeholder Meeting on programme appraisal and specifically refined metrics and scenario definition (Clearwater Court, Reading)
They restrict attendance to one representative per organisation. If anyone would like to attend, or have any questions about the Forum, please contact me.
Gillian Carlisle – Parish Clerk
The Parish Council and Neighbourhood Planning committee are pleased to report the Results of the Neighbourhood Plan Referendum which are as follows:-
Total number of ballot papers counted 185
The number of votes cast in favour of a “YES” was 147
The number of votes cast in favour of a “NO” was 38
Number of Ballot papers rejected was 0
On Thursday, 18 August 2016 residents in Longworth can vote in a referendum on whether their community should formally adopt the proposed Longworth Neighbourhood Plan.
To vote you must be registered to vote in local elections by Tuesday, 2 August 2016 (midnight), and live in the designated area. To register to ensure that you are on the electoral role please visit the register to vote website. Information on Postal and Proxy voting will be available shortly.
Voting takes place at the village hall polling station between 7am and 10pm – full details will be included on poll cards which will be sent to everyone who has registered. The votes will be counted and result declared shortly after polls close on 18 August 2016.
Take a look at the Longworth Neighbourhood Plan.