If you see a fuschia pink ‘Coach’ handbag around the Ley Hill area please get in touch with us using email@example.com.
From the owner of the bag: “I stupidly left it in my car around 6pm to walk the dog (parked outside the pubs opp the Cricket club) and someone was obviously watching me and smashed the boot window and took it when I was out of sight.”
Concerns have been expressed by local residents regarding activity on the site of the former Scout Hut in Botley Road where land was cleared on 13th February.
Chiltern District Council is monitoring the situation and appropriate notices have now been served.
These notices are in addition to the work undertaken by the Planning and Environmental Health Departments. They are liaising with the Forestry Commission, the Health & Safety Executive and the Environment Agency, plus the Police on 101, who are aware of the issue and have a relevant contact number for emergency action if something significant occurs, e.g. heavy machinery, HGVs etc. arrive on site.
So all who should be aware are aware.
If there is an attempt to burn the old trees and brushwood on site, please call the fire brigade on 999. If you have any other concerns, please email Chiltern District at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pop-up community radio station for Chiltern to hit the airwaves this winter
Pop-up FM radio station Chiltern District Radio station will hit the airwaves for two weeks only in February.
The station has been licensed by Ofcom and will broadcast on 87.9 FM, as well as on the internet, to Chesham, Amersham, Great Missenden and surrounding areas from February 7, with pre-recorded programmes, before going live during the half-term break from February 14.
Congratulations are due to Paul Forster of Ley Hill who was included in the 2016 News Years Honours list. Paul bcomes a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for services to Patients with Prostate Cancer.
There have been reports of vandalism and antisocial behaviour at the Meadhams Farm brickworks. Local dog walkers have voiced their concern over damage to fencing and the presence of a number of nails and screws on the access road.
What follows is not a definitive list, in fact the EA only want to hear your own personal opinions. Hopefully the attached document will give you some insight into what might constitute a valid objection to the current proposal.
The Community Safety team has been busy over the last couple of months with the following activities
Community Safety Team Springs into Action with Shed Safety Advice
The Chiltern and South Bucks Community Safety Partnership held four tool marking and advice events across the two districts in April. Events took place at South Heath Garden Centre, Wyevale Garden Centre in Beaconsfield, Van Hage in Chenies and Wickes in Chesham.
In response to local concerns about the volume of HGV traffic which will be passing through the village, Michelmersh have issued a document to illustrate the likely outcome.
Irrespective of which wastes will be used to restore the site, the planning permission limits the filling rate to 5,000 m3 of waste per month. However, different waste types are carried in different sized loads. It is typical for inert wastes from construction and demolition sites to arrive in 20 tonne loads as the waste is relatively dense.
Transport for Buckinghamshire will be refreshing all the road markings from the County Boundary to the 40/60 mph speed limit near Lodge Cottage, the red surfacing will also be refreshed at the approaches to Ashley Green, and road studs replaced.