Please note the new date for the March meeting for the Parish Council which will now be held on Tuesday 17th March at 7.30pm (as there is the climate change talk now on Monday 16th March at 7.45pm)
Please come along to this free talk by the Guildford Environmental Forum about the climate change crisis and what you can do to help.
The meeting will be held in the Shackleford Centre at 7.45pm
We have the Guildford Environmental Forum coming to give us a talk on Monday 16th March on following subject – How should Guildford react to the climate emergency? See the flyer below for more information. The talk is open to all.
- the next Parish Council meeting will be at The Shackleford Centre on January 13th at the new slightly later time of 7.45pm….
- Our next meeting is on 12th November at 7.30pm in the Shackleford Centre. Here is the agenda: agenda november 2019
- the next SPC meeting will be on Tuesday 10th September 2019 at 7.30pm at the Shackleford Centre. Here is the Agenda – agenda September 2019
Our next meeting is on 1st July in the Shackleford Centre at 7.30pm.
The May meeting will be on Tuesday 7th May at the Shackleford Centre at 7.30pm – it will be the Annual Parish Meeting immediately followed by the May Parish Council meeting.
The March meeting will be held at 7.30pm on 19th March in the Brigstocke Room at the Shackleford Centre.
The application for 262 houses will go to Waverley Joint Planning Committee soon. Guildford Borough Council has also just included the other ‘half’ of this site in a modification to their Local Plan – this earmarks the other half for a further possible 200 houses.
This modification, along will several others, is now the subject of a consultation until 12pm on 23 October 2018. Anyone wishing to comment on this amendment can do so by submitting comments to the Inspector via GBC at firstname.lastname@example.org The schedule of modifications can be found at https:/getinvolved.guildford.gov.uk. Shackleford Parish Council will submit objections as development at Aarons Hill would mean a loss of Green Belt land, loss of views and openness, damage to the environment and increased pressure on infrastructure, local services and, most worryingly, the inadequate road network.