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Sandford Ave Recreation Park Survey Feb 2021 Results & Next Steps

Survey – What You said The Town Council has analysed the results of the town park survey, run in Feb 2021. There were 621 completed surveys. The survey was mainly promoted online due to Covid. Thank you to everyone who responded to the survey. The results show how much the town park is valued by …

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Temporary No Entry Signs

One way system in High Street to end 19th July 2021

The Covid pandemic required Shropshire Council, acting through their Highways Department, to introduce a temporary one-way system in the town in order to try and facilitate greater social distancing. The one-way system was introduced under a temporary traffic management order which is due to expire on 19th July. Existing Arrangements are Unpopular The existing arrangements …

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Flower bed at the junction of Sandford avenue and the A49 by the park

Sandford Avenue Park Survey feb 2021

The Survey has closed. Thank you for your responses, ideas and suggestions. Over 600 of you responded and we are now analysing the results….. Please respond to our important survey. Many people enjoy the Sandford Avenue Recreation Park, or Rec as it is also called. Occupying a prominent position by the A49, the flowers, bowling …

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Submission by the All Stretton Village Society

Response to Regulation 18: Pre-submission draft of the Shropshire Local Plan 2016-2038 Introduction The village of All Stretton is located within the Church Stretton Plan Area covered by draft policy S5. It lies within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This submission focuses primarily on draft policy S5 and argues that the importance …

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Indoor Leisure Facilities Strategy for Shropshire 2018-2023

What it’s About Providing Leisure Centres fully equipped to modern standards is difficult, if not impossible with the current constraints upon Shropshire Council’s finances. The public and other bodies are asked to comment on the proposed strategy. You can read the announcement in the Shropshire newsroom at: https://newsroom.shropshire.gov.uk/2020/09/leisure-facilities-consultation/ Local Leisure Centres? The strategy sets out …

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Church Stretton Town Council Response 25-9-2020

Response to Regulation 18: Pre-Submission Draft of the Shropshire Local Plan 2016 to 2038 The Page and Paragraph references are to the Shropshire Council document at: https://shropshire.gov.uk/committee-services/documents/s24934/Appendix%201.%20Pre-Submission%20Draft%20Local%20Plan.pdf Page 80 Para 4.91e The document states:“Church Stretton and Craven Arms as Key Centres within the Shropshire Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 4.92. Shropshire Economic Growth Strategy seeks …

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Carding Mill Valley on a quieter day with young families enjoying the space

Overflow Parking Update 19th June 2020

CARDINGMILL VALLEY – UNITED ACTION FOR STAYCATIONING SUMMER SHROPSHIRE COUNCIL & CHURCH STRETTON TOWN COUNCILPRESS RELEASE 18.6.20 Doubling Visitor Numbers The easing of the lock-down and the pent-up social demand has seen an unprecedented doubling of the numbers of visitors to Carding Mill Valley in recent weeks, following unsolicited promotion by national media. The proximity …

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Housing Needs Survey January 2020

Residents, Employers and Employees In January 2020, the Council is sending a Housing Needs Survey to every household in the town, asking householders to identify the housing needs of all members of the household in the next five years. (online at: https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=157434273466 ) Local employers are also asked to bring the questionnaire to the attention …

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Response to Youth Support Consultation

Agreed on Tuesday October 15th 2019 1. Introduction: Shropshire Council launched a Youth Work Consultation on September 9th closing on October 31st. This invited responses from children and young people and their parents, public and voluntary sector services and Town and Parish Councils. It is concerned with universal, open access groups as well as more …

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Response to Consultation on Changes to Parking Strategy

Church Stretton Town Council Response to Shropshire Council Consultation on Proposed Changes to the new Parking Strategy 1. Introduction: Shropshire Council introduced a new Parking Strategy in January 2019, which has been substantially implemented. An initial consultation was undertaken in May and in September, the Cabinet gave authority to the Executive Director of Place, in …

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Library Consultation Town Council Response

Church Stretton Town Council Response to Shropshire Council Engagement and Consultation on Library Strategy 1. Executive Summary: This is the response of Church Stretton Town Council agreed on Tuesday October 15th 2019. Shropshire Council launched this exercise on September 30th, with the initial consultation running until November 8th, to be followed by a second consultation …

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New Shropshire Council Library Consultation

From: Friends of Church Stretton Library, We have just learnt that Shropshire Council are running another consultation to help them develop a new library strategy. Here is your opportunity to influence their decision by responding to the survey at https://shropshire.gov.uk/get-involved/library-strategy-engagement-and-consultation/ before November 8th 2019 Why a new strategy? We are not surprised Shropshire Council is developing a …

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