Application for Tree Surgery 40 Boxworth Road

Application Ref:

S/4131/18/TC

TPO No. (if applicable):
Applicant:

Mr Taylor

40, Boxworth Road

Elsworth

Cambridge

Cambridgeshire

CB23 4JQ

Agent:
Tree(s) Location:

40, Boxworth Road, Elsworth, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB23 4JQ

Proposal:

1. Ash tree –   Fell, owing to proximity to property (bot sides), electricity cables and telephone wires.

 

Application for Tree surgery Glebe Cottage Boxworth Road

Application Ref:

S/4109/18/TP

TPO No. (if applicable):

5/75 – C/11/17/025/03

Applicant:

Turner

22, Boxworth Road

Elsworth

Cambridge

Cambridgeshire

CB23 4JQ

Agent:

Mr Paul Cole,

Eastern Tree Surgery

Regent Farm

7 Heath Road

Swaffham Prior

Cambs

CB25 0LA

Tree(s) Location:

Glebe House, 22, Boxworth Road, Elsworth, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB23 4JQ

Proposal:

Horse Chestnut – trim back lowest branches only above flower bed

Row of Cypress – cut back hard on garden side, retaining green screen

Willow – crown reduce to clear adjacent phone cable by 1-1.5m

Horse Chestnut – Crown reduce spread only above garden by 2-3m, shape into remainder of canopy – over extended limbs above garden at increased risk of structural failure.

 

Public Meeting – November 7th – Meadow Drift Appeal

ELSWORTH PARISH COUNCIL

 

Meadow Drift Appeal – Public Meeting – 7 November

 

All parishioners are invited to a public meeting on Wednesday, 7 November at 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the School Hall concerning the appeal against the refusal to grant planning permission for the Meadow Drift development off Broad End. Further information is set out in the latest edition of the Elsworth Times. This meeting will be an opportunity for parishioners to be brought up to date about the proposals and to express their views and listen to the views of others.

The Parish Council is also keen to encourage input from parishioners who cannot come to the meeting or who want to make their views known after the meeting. A mail drop box will therefore be available for this purpose in the Village Shop for 5 days after the date of the public meeting; alternatively, parishioners are welcome to email the Parish Clerk (clerk@elsworthvillage.co.uk).  The confidentiality of submissions will be respected though they should carry the name of the persons making them if they are to be given their proper weight.

S/4550/17/FL Appeal – Land at Meadow Drift

Site Address: Land at Meadow Drift, Meadow Drift, Elsworth, Cambridge, CB23 4HS
Description of development: Erection of 16 dwellings including affordable dwellings, a school car park and drop off area, ecological mitigation area and new allotments, with associated alterations to highway and pedestrian access.
Application reference: S/4550/17/FL
Applicant:

Appeal reference:

Appeal start date:

Jackson, Enterprise Property Group Ltd and Daviso

APP/W0530/W/18/3209758

18 October 2018

S/2903/14/OL Land to west of Cambourne, excluding Swansley Wood Farm

Proposal: Discharge of Conditions 33 (Construction Environmental Management Plan) & 39 (Waste Management & Minimisation Plan) of Planning Permission S/2903/14/OL
Location: Land to the west of Cambourne (excluding Swansley Wood Farm)
Application Ref: S/3985/18/DC
Applicant: Taylor Wimpey UK Ltd & Bovis Homes Ltd

Application for removal of dead tree 8 Smith street

Application Ref:

S/3990/18/TC

TPO No. (if applicable):
Applicant:

Mr Gladders

8, Smith Street

Elsworth

Cambridge

CB23 4HY

Agent:
Tree(s) Location:

8, Smith Street, Elsworth, Cambridge, CB23 4HY

Proposal:

PC for your information only as consent for this has been granted: 5 Day Notice to Remove Dead or Dangerrous Tree in a Conservation Area.

Dead eucalyptus tree in  rear garden at 8 Smith St., Elsworth CB23 4HY leaning on neighbour’s shed and crushing it. This is potentially dangerous.

The work would seem to be urgent.

 

Cambridge Area Bus Users – Rural Services cutbacks

Cambridge Area Bus Users have been concerned about cutbacks in rural bus services which have left many people feeling isolated. We are aware that parish councils, being especially close to their communities, have been active in opposing cutbacks and in seeking service improvements.

We are a relatively-recently founded organisation, independent of any political party, seeking to represent – and campaign on behalf of – bus passengers in and around Cambridge.

Our Executive Committee wanted to explore how we can collaborate. To that end I am contacting parish clerks throughout what might be broadly defined as the ‘Cambridge Area’.

I would be greatly obliged if you could draw your councillors’ attention to the existence of Cambridge Area Bus Users and also to our forthcoming General Meeting (details in the hyperlinks) and ask them how, in their view we might collaborate.

All intending members and supporters are cordially invited to the General Meeting.
Date & time:     14:00 – 16:00 Saturday 6 October 2018
Location:                      Ross Street Community Centre, Ross Street, Cambridge, CB1 3UZ

On behalf of our Executive Committee, I look forward to hearing from you.

 

Best regards,

Richard Wood
Secretary, Cambridge Area Bus Users

33 Perowne Street
CAMBRIDGE
CB1 2AY

House: 01223 504813
Mobile: 07930 345402

Email:   secretary.cabu@gmail.com
Web:    https://cbgbususers.wordpress.com/
Twitter: @CBGbusUsers
F’book: @cbgareabususers

Cambridge Area Bus Users, an affiliate of Bus Users UK:
• seeks to represent – and campaign on behalf of – bus passengers in and around Cambridge;
• is independent of any political party.

 

Application for Tree works 3 Church Lane

Application Ref:

S/3634/18/TC

TPO No. (if applicable):
Applicant:

Mr Smith

3, Church Lane

Elsworth

Cambridgeshire, CB23 4HU

Agent:

Mr Paul Dracott

West Barns Design Ltd

1, West Barns

Shepreth Road

Barrington, Cambridgeshire, CB22 7TB

Tree(s) Location:

3, Church Lane, Elsworth, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB23 4HU

Proposal:

This application is for the removal of a small Taxus baccata (yew) to the side of the house. This is part of works to use this space and open up light to this side of the house.

The tree is growing from a base of a small retaining wall to the boundary of the property and is likely to be a self set specimen as it has several small stems.

 

The tree has outgrown its space and will soon start to impact on the structural integrity of the wall. It planned to remove this tree and replace with a more suitable deciduous tree such as a multi stem Amelanchier landmarkii

 

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