Meeting of the Parish Council to be held using Zoom on 6th July 2020 from 7.00 pm, for the agenda please follow this link https://whittingtonandfisherwick.org.uk/parish-council/meetings-minutes/july-2020-agenda-and-minutes/
Nigel and Joanne Storr of Fodens Developments were the successful bidders on the Old School site in Whittington, and after a frustrating protracted purchase of some 10 months from Staffordshire County Council and a further 6 months to make some minor planning changes which was granted approval on Wednesday 04 June , are pleased to announce that a presence on site will be seen week commencing 15 June with their contractors Harrison Homes .
Following recent works at the old farmhouse complex in Streethay and latterly the conversion of the adjacent Anchor building both developments of which we are all immensely proud, Nigel has given an assurance that the site at Whittington will be completed to the same high exacting standards.
They are keen to keep disruption to a low a level as possible for the village and immediate vicinity but recognise that at times there will be some form of inconvenience. They will personally ensure this is kept to a minimum.
“We are looking forward to a start and delivering a high spec development that the site fully deserves”.
Initial works will involve the disconnection of electrical supply, making the site secure with hoardings followed by the demolition of the prefabricated building by a specialised contractor.
The Parish Council has produced the Accounts and Annual Governance Statement plus associated documents for 2019/20 and will shortly be sending them to Mazars, the Council’s external auditors, for audit. They have already been subject to an independent Internal Audit. They are published on this website on the Council Tax and Annual Audit pages of this website. If you have any questions please contact the Parish Clerk.
The Enabling Works Contractor for HS2 – a joint venture between Laing O’Rourke and Murphy and Sons (LM) – has informed the Parish Council of upcoming traffic management on Cappers Lane.
LM will be working along Cappers Lane to clear vegetation alongside the road. We will need to operate temporary traffic lights to create a safe working zone. These signals will be in place between 9:30am and 3:30pm for two weeks beginning in the week commencing 8 June, subject to site and weather conditions.
They are keen for you to get in touch if you have any questions. They are keen to hear your feedback to reduce the impact on local residents as much as possible – received from Paul Moore, Engagement Manager, LM JV
The Parish Council has just (4pm) been informed that a tree has fallen down, blocking Cappers Lane. There will be diversions so be careful as you go.