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Golf Course Development: Keele Growth Corridor

The plans of Newcastle Borough Council to build houses on the Golf Course have significant implications for our Neighbourhood Plan with respect to the housing, transport and environment sections in particular. The Sentinel and Signal Radio have both published articles

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Agenda: Keele Neighbourhood Plan Group 2nd November 2017 19:00 Keele Management Centre

Agenda: Keele Neighbourhood Plan Group 2nd November 2017 19:00 Keele Management Centre Report of meeting with Newcastle Borough Council Planning Department Policy Options Documents: Housing, Finance, Environment, Transport, Business News Letter Policy Consultation event Next steps Plan group meetings are

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Policy progress and Student Questionnaire

Policy Development Areas We now have our first draft of our policy options documents which set out our aims and objectives and possible policy areas.  The Keele Neighbourhood Plan Group will meet to discuss these in the next few week. 

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Summer update

Summer is over and the swallows are gathering and things are moving again with the plan! We now have documents form the Housing, Environment, Facilities and Transport groups which will form the basis of our policy options and the next

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Questionnaire Feedback Event 14th June 7 p.m. Keele Village Hall

We have a Community Feedback Event for the Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire at 7 p.m. in Keele Village Hall on June 14th. There will be refreshments, a chance to ask informal questions and a presentation followed by a public discussion. Please

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Grant News and Plans for May and June

Having paid the remainder of our grant back to Locality at the end of the financial year, we have now been granted the money we need for the next phase of the plan (£4,482.00).  The student consultation will close on

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Volunteers needed for Village Hall Committee

Keele Village Hall is entirely run by volunteers.  In the last 4 years use of the Hall has increased and Community Social events have been organised in response to popular request.  The Hall also fulfils a unique function as a

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Meeting 11th April and results from residents’ questionnaire

The major item in our meeting of the 11th April was a presentation by Bernard Besly on his preliminary analysis of the results. I would like to personally thank Bernard for the huge amount of hard work and expertise which

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Questionnaires transcribed and analysis under way.

Questionnaire Returns are now closed.  The overall response rate for areas outside of Campus was 72%.  Returns for campus were lower but strong in areas known to have high levels of long term occupancy.  Overall return rates were 44%.  I

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Update 8th March: Questionnaire returns looking good, delay in SHMA

Our questionnaires are now just about all in but we are still open for late returns. Percentage returns are very healthy. The Student Questionnaire is now ready for distribution and will be mailed to all resident students in the next

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