0 Have your say A DEVELOPER has revealed its updated proposals for 195 new homes following a public exhibition. Barratt Homes previously announced plans to build 162 family homes on land off Sinah Lane on Hayling Island.The housebuilder said it will now create 195, and has addressed concerns residents aired at the meeting, in November last year.Stuart Goodwill, head of planning for Barratt Homes Southampton, said: ‘Following our public engagement we have worked hard to evolve a comprehensive masterplan for the entire site.‘We are pleased we can now confirm a vital biodiversity benefit and the delivery of 195 new family homes.‘They will provide a fantastic opportunity for locals to stay on Hayling Island rather than moving further afield.‘Fifty-eight homes will be provided for shared ownership or affordable rent, as affordable homes.’Barratt Homes said it has worked with Havant Borough Council and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds to … [Read more...] about Developer reveals updated homes plan for Sinah Lane site on Hayling Island
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PUBLISHED: 19:45 29 September 2015 | UPDATED: 19:45 29 September 2015 Emily Banks Proposed boundary for the Brondesbury Eruv Archant An Orthodox Jewish boundary will be installed in parts of Brent after it was given the green light by Camden Council. The boundary of poles and wires, known as an Eruv, were approved by Brent Council last year but were unable to come to fruition without permission from the neighbouring local authority.The green light was needed from Camden because it stretches into parts of West Hampstead, Swiss Cottage, Kilburn and Fortune Green. Jews will be allowed to carry out activities, including pushing a trolley or pram, carrying shopping or keys which is deemed as work and banned during the Sabbath within the ‘Brondesbury Eruv’.The Eruv will covers the pavement on Kilburn High Road, Salusbury Road, Chamberlayne Road, Harrow Road, Station Road, Acton Lane, Craven Park, Bridge Road, Neasden Lane, Dudden Hill Lane, Kendal … [Read more...] about Eruv to be installed in parts of Brent
PUBLISHED: 10:26 21 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:26 21 September 2018 Zita Whalley The Yellow offer various fitness classes for the Brent community Image: The Yellow www.chriswinter.co.uk [email protected] 07970108312 A new community centre, The Yellow, opens in Wembley Park in the heart of the Berent community. From October 1 the hub will offer a selection of arts and fitness classes, many of which will be free, Find a new hobby at Wembley Park's newest community centre. Image: The YellowThe Yellow, Wembley Park’s community centre, will reopen October 1 in brand-new, state-of-the-art premises. Formally The Yellow Pavilion, the centre is delivered by Quintain - the team behind the regeneration of Wembley Park - in partnership with Brent Council. The hub invites residents to take part in the creative and dynamic classes that will further position Brent as the 2020 London Borough of Culture while creating more opportunities for the local … [Read more...] about Vibrant new community centre opens in Wembley Park.
This past weekend, while college basketball teams across America finished up their conference tournaments, 64 employment law issues played in the first round of our tournament, and boy did it live up to the hype. Filled with upsets galore and exciting finishes, employment law fans everywhere were not disappointed.Kevin, a Human Resources professional at a Midwest-based butter sculpting company and die hard Paid Sick Leave fan even remarked: “I deal with employment madness all day, and I’ve simply never seen madness like this and it’s Awesome with a capital A baby.” Rebecca, the General Counsel at the same company as Kevin said: “I’m really not amused by this; my entire HR department is now a lost cause for the next two weeks – thank you Mintz Levin!” And then there was Marvin, the CFO at a second-tier nap pod manufacturer and distributor, who asked: “What is happening right now? Seriously, someone tell … [Read more...] about 2015 Employment Law Issues Tournament: First Round Results and Recaps