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A Map of SHLAA Sites in Southwick produced by WC

Since consultation started your Parish Council has opposed and continues to oppose large scale development within the Village.  Full details of our responses have been regularly reported in our minutes (available on this website) over the last few years.

"The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) provides information on a range of potential housing sites and gives an indication of how dwelling requirements could potentially be met.
This evidence will be used to inform the Local Development Framework (LDF) Core Strategy and Site Allocation Development Plan Documents and Neighbourhood Plans.
Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessments are expected to be updated as part of the Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) process." (WC Website.)   Map

 

Community Benefit Fund

Applications for funding from Southwick Parish Council

Do you

  • or a group of friends have an idea of a project to improve things for people living in Southwick but lack the necessary funding?
  • or do you belong to an organisation that needs funding support?

Background

Following on from protracted negotiations with developers during the planning processes for Solar Farms in Southwick your Parish Council reached contractual  agreements that mean we are now receiving “community benefit funds” to be used by the Parish Council “as it sees fit, as long as the use of funds is to the benefit of residents”.

Applications

We therefore welcome applications both from Southwick Village and others providing Southwick Residents will benefit.  This year we have received £20,000 from the Bradley Road solar farm but in future years will receive £1,000 per year.

Therefore in this first year we have decided to fund:

  • one application up to £10,000
  • one application up to £3,000
  • an appropriate number of applications under £1,000

All applications will be considered on their merits by the Parish Council.  Our wish is that any  grant is used as “capital funds” to create an ongoing lasting impact or legacy.  We do not wish to support/subsidize normal running expenses.

Funds not allocated this year will be carried forward to next year's round of applications.  Applications must be received by the Parish Clerk by 31.10.2016

Application forms are to be found on the home page of Southwick Parish Council

Grant form are available from the Parish Council Clerk.

House proposals in Southwick

An  extract from the DRAFT Minutes of the meeting of Southwick Parish Council held in the Village Hall, Southwick at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 19 April 2016

1217e.         Councillors noted that there had been very strong representations from the public in respect of possible housing development s by Redrow Homes in the village during the Public Open Forum and that the public were opposed to such developments. 

The Chairman stated that the Parish Council had informed Wiltshire Council, in response to a recent consultation, that ‘Southwick Parish Council is against any further development and does not support any of the proposed SHLAA sites’.

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A Map of SHLAA Sites in Southwick produced by WC

Since consultation started your Parish Council has opposed and continues to oppose large scale development within the Village.  Full details of our responses have been regularly reported in our minutes (available on this website) over the last few years.

"The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) provides information on a range of potential housing sites and gives an indication of how dwelling requirements could potentially be met.
This evidence will be used to inform the Local Development Framework (LDF) Core Strategy and Site Allocation Development Plan Documents and Neighbourhood Plans.
Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessments are expected to be updated as part of the Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) process." (WC Website.)   Map

 

Community Benefit Fund

Applications for funding from Southwick Parish Council

Do you

  • or a group of friends have an idea of a project to improve things for people living in Southwick but lack the necessary funding?
  • or do you belong to an organisation that needs funding support?

Background

Following on from protracted negotiations with developers during the planning processes for Solar Farms in Southwick your Parish Council reached contractual  agreements that mean we are now receiving “community benefit funds” to be used by the Parish Council “as it sees fit, as long as the use of funds is to the benefit of residents”.

Applications

We therefore welcome applications both from Southwick Village and others providing Southwick Residents will benefit.  This year we have received £20,000 from the Bradley Road solar farm but in future years will receive £1,000 per year.

Therefore in this first year we have decided to fund:

  • one application up to £10,000
  • one application up to £3,000
  • an appropriate number of applications under £1,000

All applications will be considered on their merits by the Parish Council.  Our wish is that any  grant is used as “capital funds” to create an ongoing lasting impact or legacy.  We do not wish to support/subsidize normal running expenses.

Funds not allocated this year will be carried forward to next year's round of applications.  Applications must be received by the Parish Clerk by 31.10.2016

Application forms are to be found on the home page of Southwick Parish Council

Grant form are available from the Parish Council Clerk.

House proposals in Southwick

An  extract from the DRAFT Minutes of the meeting of Southwick Parish Council held in the Village Hall, Southwick at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 19 April 2016

1217e.         Councillors noted that there had been very strong representations from the public in respect of possible housing development s by Redrow Homes in the village during the Public Open Forum and that the public were opposed to such developments. 

The Chairman stated that the Parish Council had informed Wiltshire Council, in response to a recent consultation, that ‘Southwick Parish Council is against any further development and does not support any of the proposed SHLAA sites’.

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A Map of SHLAA Sites in Southwick produced by WC

Since consultation started your Parish Council has opposed and continues to oppose large scale development within the Village.  Full details of our responses have been regularly reported in our minutes (available on this website) over the last few years.

"The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) provides information on a range of potential housing sites and gives an indication of how dwelling requirements could potentially be met.
This evidence will be used to inform the Local Development Framework (LDF) Core Strategy and Site Allocation Development Plan Documents and Neighbourhood Plans.
Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessments are expected to be updated as part of the Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) process." (WC Website.)   Map

 

Community Benefit Fund

Applications for funding from Southwick Parish Council

Do you

  • or a group of friends have an idea of a project to improve things for people living in Southwick but lack the necessary funding?
  • or do you belong to an organisation that needs funding support?

Background

Following on from protracted negotiations with developers during the planning processes for Solar Farms in Southwick your Parish Council reached contractual  agreements that mean we are now receiving “community benefit funds” to be used by the Parish Council “as it sees fit, as long as the use of funds is to the benefit of residents”.

Applications

We therefore welcome applications both from Southwick Village and others providing Southwick Residents will benefit.  This year we have received £20,000 from the Bradley Road solar farm but in future years will receive £1,000 per year.

Therefore in this first year we have decided to fund:

  • one application up to £10,000
  • one application up to £3,000
  • an appropriate number of applications under £1,000

All applications will be considered on their merits by the Parish Council.  Our wish is that any  grant is used as “capital funds” to create an ongoing lasting impact or legacy.  We do not wish to support/subsidize normal running expenses.

Funds not allocated this year will be carried forward to next year's round of applications.  Applications must be received by the Parish Clerk by 31.10.2016

Application forms are to be found on the home page of Southwick Parish Council

Grant form are available from the Parish Council Clerk.

House proposals in Southwick

An  extract from the DRAFT Minutes of the meeting of Southwick Parish Council held in the Village Hall, Southwick at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 19 April 2016

1217e.         Councillors noted that there had been very strong representations from the public in respect of possible housing development s by Redrow Homes in the village during the Public Open Forum and that the public were opposed to such developments. 

The Chairman stated that the Parish Council had informed Wiltshire Council, in response to a recent consultation, that ‘Southwick Parish Council is against any further development and does not support any of the proposed SHLAA sites’.

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A Map of SHLAA Sites in Southwick produced by WC

Since consultation started your Parish Council has opposed and continues to oppose large scale development within the Village.  Full details of our responses have been regularly reported in our minutes (available on this website) over the last few years.

"The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) provides information on a range of potential housing sites and gives an indication of how dwelling requirements could potentially be met.
This evidence will be used to inform the Local Development Framework (LDF) Core Strategy and Site Allocation Development Plan Documents and Neighbourhood Plans.
Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessments are expected to be updated as part of the Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) process." (WC Website.)   Map

 

Community Benefit Fund

Applications for funding from Southwick Parish Council

Do you

  • or a group of friends have an idea of a project to improve things for people living in Southwick but lack the necessary funding?
  • or do you belong to an organisation that needs funding support?

Background

Following on from protracted negotiations with developers during the planning processes for Solar Farms in Southwick your Parish Council reached contractual  agreements that mean we are now receiving “community benefit funds” to be used by the Parish Council “as it sees fit, as long as the use of funds is to the benefit of residents”.

Applications

We therefore welcome applications both from Southwick Village and others providing Southwick Residents will benefit.  This year we have received £20,000 from the Bradley Road solar farm but in future years will receive £1,000 per year.

Therefore in this first year we have decided to fund:

  • one application up to £10,000
  • one application up to £3,000
  • an appropriate number of applications under £1,000

All applications will be considered on their merits by the Parish Council.  Our wish is that any  grant is used as “capital funds” to create an ongoing lasting impact or legacy.  We do not wish to support/subsidize normal running expenses.

Funds not allocated this year will be carried forward to next year's round of applications.  Applications must be received by the Parish Clerk by 31.10.2016

Application forms are to be found on the home page of Southwick Parish Council

Grant form are available from the Parish Council Clerk.

House proposals in Southwick

An  extract from the DRAFT Minutes of the meeting of Southwick Parish Council held in the Village Hall, Southwick at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 19 April 2016

1217e.         Councillors noted that there had been very strong representations from the public in respect of possible housing development s by Redrow Homes in the village during the Public Open Forum and that the public were opposed to such developments. 

The Chairman stated that the Parish Council had informed Wiltshire Council, in response to a recent consultation, that ‘Southwick Parish Council is against any further development and does not support any of the proposed SHLAA sites’.

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A Map of SHLAA Sites in Southwick produced by WC

Since consultation started your Parish Council has opposed and continues to oppose large scale development within the Village.  Full details of our responses have been regularly reported in our minutes (available on this website) over the last few years.

"The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) provides information on a range of potential housing sites and gives an indication of how dwelling requirements could potentially be met.
This evidence will be used to inform the Local Development Framework (LDF) Core Strategy and Site Allocation Development Plan Documents and Neighbourhood Plans.
Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessments are expected to be updated as part of the Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) process." (WC Website.)   Map

 

Community Benefit Fund

Applications for funding from Southwick Parish Council

Do you

  • or a group of friends have an idea of a project to improve things for people living in Southwick but lack the necessary funding?
  • or do you belong to an organisation that needs funding support?

Background

Following on from protracted negotiations with developers during the planning processes for Solar Farms in Southwick your Parish Council reached contractual  agreements that mean we are now receiving “community benefit funds” to be used by the Parish Council “as it sees fit, as long as the use of funds is to the benefit of residents”.

Applications

We therefore welcome applications both from Southwick Village and others providing Southwick Residents will benefit.  This year we have received £20,000 from the Bradley Road solar farm but in future years will receive £1,000 per year.

Therefore in this first year we have decided to fund:

  • one application up to £10,000
  • one application up to £3,000
  • an appropriate number of applications under £1,000

All applications will be considered on their merits by the Parish Council.  Our wish is that any  grant is used as “capital funds” to create an ongoing lasting impact or legacy.  We do not wish to support/subsidize normal running expenses.

Funds not allocated this year will be carried forward to next year's round of applications.  Applications must be received by the Parish Clerk by 31.10.2016

Application forms are to be found on the home page of Southwick Parish Council

Grant form are available from the Parish Council Clerk.

House proposals in Southwick

An  extract from the DRAFT Minutes of the meeting of Southwick Parish Council held in the Village Hall, Southwick at 7.30 pm on Tuesday 19 April 2016

1217e.         Councillors noted that there had been very strong representations from the public in respect of possible housing development s by Redrow Homes in the village during the Public Open Forum and that the public were opposed to such developments. 

The Chairman stated that the Parish Council had informed Wiltshire Council, in response to a recent consultation, that ‘Southwick Parish Council is against any further development and does not support any of the proposed SHLAA sites’.

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