All comments received will be passed to an independent examiner, before a public examination. Should the examiner and District Council agree with the plan, it will then proceed to a referendum followed by the Council deciding to ‘make’ or ‘refuse to make’ the plan.
Please note the following very useful community event in Upton.
The Lytchett Minster Community Defibrillator Project is holding a Community Defibrillator Awareness Session at Upton Junior School on Monday 14th December, between 7 and 9pm.
When it comes to cardiac events seconds really do matter so knowing how to use a defib and where they are, is the difference between life and death!
The Lytchett Matravers Neighbourhood Plan Group have published their consultation via their website.
You can review the Plan, download the full document or sections of it direct from the website as well as respond using the online questionnaire. A paper version of the Plan will also be available to review at the library.
The consultation will remain open until 19th July 2015.
The LMNPG are also hosting a number of open-sessions in the library where you can meet a member of the team and discuss the Plan, but the main consultation is via the website. Details of the open-sessions can be found here. The first session is 3pm on the 8th June.
Don’t miss your chance to have a say on the future of our village!
The Lytchett Matravers Neighbourhood Plan Group will be publishing their latest Neighbourhood Plan consultation on Monday.
The consultation will primarily be via the website but there will be copies for viewing at the library as well as a number of open sessions where you can discuss the Plan and consultation with a member of the Group.
Details of the open sessions are now on the consultation website.
Due to a resignation the Parish Council are seeking villagers to come forward for an election for a new council member.
More details on the Parish Council website.
There was a 75% turnout in Lytchett Matravers on Election Day.
The results for the local elections (electing Purbeck District Councillors) have been announced today and Wendy Meadon and Peter Webb were succesful. You can see all the PDC results here.
Conservative MP, Michael Tomlinson, won the Dorset Mid & Poole elections. Mr Tomlinson replaces Liberal Democrat MP Annette Brooke as our local MP.
Don’t forget it’s the Annual Parish meeting hosted by the Parish Council on the 25th April at 10:30.
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