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Planning Application – Mossett Cottage, Third Road

The following planning application is available to view and comment on. Please use this
link to take you to the home page of Public Access
http://publicaccess.bromsgroveandredditch.gov.uk/online-applications/ which is the tool for
viewing applications and making comment electronically.


• Click on the link above
• Type in the application number and click, this will take you to the summary page of Public
Access.
• When at the summary page
• To view the documents you will need to click on the tab, then
the .
• To make a comment click on the tab,
• Fill out your details and make your comment and press submit, this will go straight to the
relevant planning officer and be immediately viewable in the comments tab.
• If you have provided an email you can request a confirmation email.

APPLICATION REFERENCE :21/00556/FUL
APPLICATION TYPE:Full Application
DATE ACCEPTED:07.04.2021
LOCATION:Mossett Cottage, Third Road Wildmoor Bromsgrove Worcestershire B61 0BT
PROPOSAL:Alterations to existing detached garage building to create residential annex together with erection of a glazed link connecting the garage building and dwellinghouse and erection of a domestic store room.
APPLICANTS NAME: 
PARISH COUNCIL:Belbroughton Parish
WARD:Belbroughton And Romsley Ward
CASE OFFICER:Emily Farmer
TELEPHONE: 01527 881657
EMAILemily.farmer@bromsgroveandredditch.gov.uk

Village Spring Clean 2021

This year’s Village Spring Clean will take place on Saturday 12th June. 

Please donate an hour to help clear the grot from our community and to wash street signs.  Meet outside the Village Hall at 10.00 am, wear suitable clothing & footwear, litter picking equipment will be provided.   

If you would like to help wash the street signs, please bring a bucket, sponge and some mild detergent.  If you have step ladders, they will come in very hand.

Community Association Seeks New Chairman/lady

Interested? Email chair@fvca.org.uk

Message from the current FVCA Chair:

As you all know I have previously said that I will be stepping down as Chair at the AGM. In addition to having served as Chair for over 5 years, I do have some personal & family matters that require my full attention.
I am sure that there are people in the community who would be willing to take on the role and the nudge they need to step forward is knowing that the position is vacant.
Therefore, so as to help focus minds, I have decided, after much thought, that I will step down as Chair by 31st August or at the A.G.M, whichever is earlier. Ideally I would like it to be sooner, rather than the later date.
In the meantime, I will continue – when time permits – with existing lobbying/work. I will not be taking on any new work. I may have to ask for assistance to respond to any communications that we receive.
It would be helpful if someone could volunteer to be a media administrator, along with me. In my view the person would have to take a strict approach. Please ask people that you feel will be able to help deliver our current service standard or better.

Floral Fairfield 2021

Let’s create ribbons of colour throughout our community this July.
Floral Fairfield is usually a is a bit of competitive fun, with many residents winning a Bronze, Silver or Gold certificate. This year there will be no judging or certificates, it is just going to be fun and we are asking residents and businesses to help create fantastic colourful floral displays that can be seen and enjoyed by people passing by, whether it a basket, tub or a front garden arrangement.

Meet Your Local Policing Team

Bromsgrove North Safer Neighbourhood Team will be in Fairfield (outside the Cafe) Thursday 22nd April from 6pm for 1hr. Please come and say hello. Share any concerns or seek advice that is needed.
A representative from FVCA, your local Neighbourhood Watch Group, will also be present.

Be kind and thoughtful this St. Mark’s Day and Eve

Our village church was named to honour St. Mark the Evangelist, whose feast day is on 25th April.

Mark was an Evangelist—one of the four men who wrote the Gospels found in the New Testament.

It was tradition in many English villages between the 17th and late 19th Centuries for people to sit in the church porch on the night of St Mark’s Eve and stay silent between the bell tolling at 11pm until the bell struck 1am. During this time, the ghosts of those who were to die in the year ahead would be observed entering the church.

In our community we don’t want ghosts, and on this St. Mark’s Eve (Saturday 24th April), we invite you to light a candle, pause and think of those people suffering in body, mind or spirit and ask that they receive strength and healing.

And, on St. Mark’s Day (Sunday 25th April) let’s show our loving, caring nature with a Random Act of Kindness with someone else who also lives in our community.

Share your candlelight photos and tell us about your Random Act of Kindness (whether what you have done or what you have received) by emailing admin@fvca.org.uk or message our Facebook page.

Duke of Edinburgh’s Funeral

The Duke of Edinburgh’s ceremonial royal funeral will take place at St George’s Chapel on Saturday 17th April. The procession and service will be televised. Details tbc. After the service, the duke’s coffin will be lowered into the royal vault below the quire. A national minute’s silence will be observed as the service begins at 3pm.

The Duke of Edinburgh 1921 – 2021

The death of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has been announced, the Union Flag in front of the Village Hall has been lowered to half-mast. Many residents have expressed deep sorrow at this news, and wish the Queen and the Royal Family strength at this very sad time.

Planning Application – Wayside, Third Road

The following planning application is available to view and comment on. Please use this
link to take you to the home page of Public Access
http://publicaccess.bromsgroveandredditch.gov.uk/online-applications/ which is the tool for
viewing applications and making comment electronically.


• Click on the link above
• Type in the application number and click, this will take you to the summary page of Public
Access.
• When at the summary page
• To view the documents you will need to click on the tab, then
the .
• To make a comment click on the tab,
• Fill out your details and make your comment and press submit, this will go straight to the
relevant planning officer and be immediately viewable in the comments tab.
• If you have provided an email you can request a confirmation email.

APPLICATION REFERENCE :21/00391/FUL
APPLICATION TYPE:Full Application
DATE ACCEPTED:10.03.2021
LOCATION:Wayside, Third Road Wildmoor Bromsgrove Worcestershire B61 0BT
PROPOSAL:Replacement garage and realignment of domestic curtilage.
APPLICANTS NAME:Mr R Dunkley
PARISH COUNCIL:Belbroughton Parish
WARD:Belbroughton And Romsley Ward
CASE OFFICER:Nina Chana
TELEPHONE:01527 548241
EMAILnina.chana@bromsgroveandredditch.gov.uk