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Ogwell’s Neighbourhood Plan is our opportunity to have a say in what happens in our community between now and 2033.
Local volunteers have spent the last three years talking to the people of Ogwell and have prepared a draft document to reflect the views of the community. Ultimately the hope and expectation is that the Plan will be accepted as a document that has to be consulted by all organisations with power to make decisions affecting us living in this parish. Before this can happen there are two more steps to take:
The draft Plan firstly has to be approved by Teignbridge District Council. This is because it has to contain certain statutory information and it cannot conflict with Teignbridge’s own Local Plan.
A copy of the draft (pre-submission) Plan can be viewed on this website by clicking on the “Ogwell Parish Plan” tab, where you can also see many of the documents produced during the extensive consultation and research that preceded it.
Many of you will already have made valuable contributions to this consultation process and there is now another opportunity between now and 3rd October to comment on this document which, if approved by TDC, will be the subject of the referendum vote that will be held probably early in 2017.
This is our Plan and your continuing involvement in shaping it is essential.
After the massive success of last years Pre-School Fun Day, the organisers of this years event are hoping it will be the best yet. So keep Sunday 7th August free and come along to Ogwell Village Green for a day full of fun for the family.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972, that a casual vacancy exists in the office of Councillor for the Parish of OGWELL, and that unless ten or more electors of the electoral area have, on or before the 12th July 2016, submitted a request in writing to the Returning Officer, Forde House, Brunel Road, Newton Abbot TQ12 4XX that an election be held to fill the vacancy, the Parish Council will take steps to fill the said vacancy.
If you would like to be considered for a vacancy that exists on the Parish Council (assuming an election is not required – see above) please contact the Parish Clerk, Rita Hannaford, on 01626 367313 or by email using the form below:
The Hall continues to be busy with all our long-standing groups making use of our valued local facility. It is also pleasing that Zoe’s new ZC School of Dance is proving so popular, currently catering for the 2-14 age range on a weekly basis across a range of styles. This has added “another string to our bow” in trying to offer something for everyone at the Hall. If you have an idea for a new group which you might want to start, or want to enquire about availability for a “one-off” booking, please contact Eileen Deveau by e mail on firstname.lastname@example.org