DON'T MOAN AFTER THE FACT
REPORT IT AS IT HAPPENS
- The next Parish Council meeting will be held on Friday 8th October 2021.
- We are updating our new Planning tab check back regularly for updates
- One more volunteer is needed for the speed watch group to get up and running.
- SNC planning application 2021/0357 quashed in the High Court of Justice, Queens Bench Divison, Planning Court.
- If you are interested in becoming a parish councillor please contact the clerk.
- Volunteers needed to administer village grant scheme, please contact the clerk
Emergency Contact numbers
Non-emergency medical 111
Non-emergency police 101
County Council Helpline 0344 800 8020
Water 0800 771 881
Gas 0800 111 999
Samaritans 116 123
Childline 0800 1111
National Domestic Abuse helpline 0808 200 0247
Your local Police Contact
Wymondham Police Station
Norfolk Police HQ
Tel: 101 ext 2951
Norwich Western Link
The development of a Norwich Western Link, to connect the new Norwich Northern Distributor Road (NDR) from the A1067 to the A47 west of Norwich, is one of County Councils top infrastructure priorities.
The village is represented on the NWL local liaison group by our Chair. Members of the public have the right to attend these meeting.
Local Development Order - Food Hub
As a parish Council we have continued to raise concerns over the current plans and the proposed routing of HGV traffic though part of the village.
Broadland District have not been very open to providing information on what is happening , they attempted to put though a planning application number 20180471 without providing an opportunity for consultation.
We have now created a dedicated page as much detail as we can so that local residents can stay informed as to what is happening.
Bawburgh Road to close 27th Sept - 3rd Dec 2021
New Bus Shelter Murals
Contaminated land in Easton
After taking professional and legal advice, we have appointed James Harrison of 4D GEO Limited to support the Parish Council in protecting the interests of our community.
We encourage residents to contact our local District Councillor, ask why should we accept contaminated land for our children to play on.
Persimmon Homes Development
It is clear that some of the lessons in relation to shared roads have not been learnt by Persimmon Homes.
Join the Easton Oil Club Today
Persimmon Homes application phase 1 was granted approval after making a large number of changes thanks to the Parish Council response. This includes the removal of shared roads and garages that will actually fit a car into it. The document highlights the council's views on every plot on the development.
Keep up to date with whats happening in our area via this months Newsletter produced by our local engagement officers.
To view this months's newsletter please click here
The Expansion of Easton Phase 1
For details of the plans for phase 1 please click below.
Within Persimmon’s latest design plans for their development, identified buffer zones now 10 metres between existing property boundaries and the new build houses after consultation with residents.
Full details are available on the SNC website, under planning application reference is 2019/1963
Bus Shelter Suffers £650 of Damage
The Bus Shelter that was installed on the 15th May 2018 has suffered hundreds of pounds of damage.
Money that was to be used on other projects will now have to be spent on making safe the shelter and undertaking repairs.
We are hoping someone has seen who was responsible for this mindless vandalism and will contact the Police on 101.
Jubilee Playing Field
New Homes for Easton
Working with Orbit Housing and ESCO Developments, the parish council is supporting this project with the aim of building new homes that are affordably priced for local residents. We are looking to include two accessible properties within our proposal and having some properties to rent directly from the parish council.
As the project moves forward we will keep you up to date with future news.
A planning application has now been submitted to South Norfolk Council, to view the application Click Here and search for application number 2019/1251
Presentation given to Parish Council on the 4 June 2018 by ESCO Developments Click Here
To view the display boards from the consultation on Wednesday 13th June 2018 at St Peters Church for the Proposed Residential Development Dereham Road, Easton. Please Click Here
Please do not use motorised vehicles on site.
A47 Dualling Proposal Easton
Currently Highways England wishes to move the position of the current roundabout near the church of St Peters to a position near Blind Lane and close the current road access to Lower Easton.
The latest consultation is now open make your voice heard.
We now have 3 Defibrillators in the village.
They are located at:
- The Village Hall, Marlingford Road.
- The Rembrandt Restaurant, Dereham Road.
- Outside 73 Ringland Road, Lower Easton.
Without the fantastic support, we would not be in the position to purchase this life-saving equipment.
Click on an event, for more information
Greater Norwich Local Plan
The Greater Norwich Local Plan (GNLP) is being produced by Broadland District Council, Norwich City Council and South Norfolk Council working together with Norfolk County Council through the Greater Norwich Development Partnership (GNDP).
To view the proposals for our area click here.
To find out more click here.
Easton Neighbourhood Plan
Our neighbourhood plan passed was approved at a local referendum on Friday 1st September 2017 with 96% Yes vote on a turnout of 35%.
The neighbourhood plan will help shape the design of all future development within the parish boundary.
In December it was accepted as a 'made' document and now forms part of South Norfolk Councils Planning Policies and its standing is backed by the Neighbourhood Planning act 2017.
To view the Neighbourhood Plan please click here.
To view the Sustainability Appraisal Report please click here
New LED Lights for St Peters Path
We recently installed 6 new LED street lights to replace the existing lights along St Peters Path. These lights are fitted with a sensor and should go off between midnight and 5am each day.
This change should save around 453 kgCO2e per annum.
Speak up if you suspect domestic violence or abuse
If you suspect that someone you know is being abused, speak up! If you’re hesitating—telling yourself that it’s none of your business, you might be wrong, or that the person might not want to talk about it—keep in mind that expressing your concern will let the person know that you care and may even save their life.
Talk to the person in private and let them know that you’re concerned. Point out the signs you’ve noticed that worry you. Tell the person that you’re there for them, whenever they feel ready to talk. Reassure them that you’ll keep whatever is said between the two of you, and let them know that you’ll help in any way you can.
Remember, abusers are very good at controlling and manipulating their victims. People who have been emotionally or physically abused are often depressed, drained, scared, ashamed, and confused. They need help getting out of the situation, yet their partner has often isolated them from their family and friends. By picking up on the warning signs and offering support, you can help them escape an abusive situation and begin healing.