Tenders are invited to provide for the design, supply and installation of new play equipment, surfacing and associated works at Upper Rissington, Gloucestershire. The project will be made up of two phases each to the value of £25,000, the second phase set for installation during the second quarter of 2019 (April – June).
Please confirm your intent to provide a response or any queries relating to this project to Michael Carter of Sports & Play Consulting (details within main tender document). This will enable us to inform you of any alterations or additions to the specification.
Tender responses must be received by 5pm on Thursday 17 May 2018. Site visits may be arranged w/c 23 April 2018.
Please see the attached Invitation to Tender for further details.
One nomination was received for the election on 29 March.
Mr Robert Hazard is therefore elected without a contest. Cotswold District Council has now issued a notice to that effect.
The Parish Council looks forward to welcoming Mr Hazard.
Following the resignation of Rosie Webber, the councillor vacancy is being advertised via the attached public notice.
If anyone in the parish would like an election to fill the vacancy, they will need to collect 10 signatures and send them to the Returning Officer at Cotswold District Council by 30 January 2018. All signatories must be on the electoral register.
If an election is not called then the Parish Council may fill the vacancy by co-option, and will invite interested local residents to contact us for details in due course.
Please see the attached Notice of Vacancy for more information.
Upper Rissington Parish Council has submitted a proposal to designate a Neighbourhood Area. The proposal includes most of Upper Rissington Parish, less the area within RAF Little Rissington, and the portion of the Victory Fields Development lying within Great Rissington Parish. You can view the details of the area proposed by visiting www.cotswold.gov.uk/neighbourhoodplanning/consultations.
Designation of a Neighbourhood Area is the first formal stage in developing a Neighbourhood Plan. The Plan is a way for residents to help shape how their community develops over the coming years. This is not formal consultation on a Neighbourhood Plan, but simply the identification of the area to be covered by the plan.
How to respond
This consultation runs until 17:00 on Wednesday 31 January 2018.
Comments can be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org or by letter, which should be sent to:
Cotswold District Council
Gloucestershire GL7 1PX
Anonymous comments cannot be accepted. All information received is public information (subject to the Data Protection Act) and may be published on a website.
Updates on the progress of Upper Rissington’s Neighbourhood Plan are published here: www.upperrissington-developmentplan.co.uk