Friday, 12 April 2013
following my last email asking for supporters to attend the extra ordinary meeting last night i attach the two options that our supporters were asked to vote on. (on a wet cold night with little notice we still managed to have about 40 people attend!)
is to continue with the Town and Village green application as shown on the left side
this is the boundary plan of the area of land known as Laundry field that the group submitted an application to register the land as a Town and Village Green.
is to withdraw the application and to proceed with the offer by the HCA (the owners) to ask Bristol City Council to register the land marked in a red line as shown on the right side of picture
(This plan also show the housing that will subject to planning approval be built on the laundry field)
Could you please reply to this email indicating which option you wish the group to proceed with
Simply state I support Option A or Option B and add your name to the email.
Votes will only be taken upto 10am on Monday 12th April as we need to submit documents if option A is supported.
Many thanks for your support
Monday, 8 April 2013
Due to the upcoming Town And Village Green Enquiry for Laundry Field and recent discussions with the HCA/Curo and Linden Homes (the Landowners/developers) we are holding an Extraordinary Meeting at 7pm The Baptist Church Hall, Broom Hill Thursday 11th April,
The purpose of the meeting is to look at the groups options, do we proceed, modify or withdraw our application.
I think it very important that you all have a chance to have your say and to keep you all up to speed on whats been happening.
A vote will be taken at the meeting but if you cant make it I will be sending an update after the meeting and will be asking those that did not attend to vote by email.
Please find time to attend on Thursday evening if you can and all will be explained
many thanks and hope to see you there