The deadline for returning observations for this application has been extended to 7th January 2022. Marshfield Community Council will be responding, also, any individual responses should be made to Newport City Council by that date.
Marshfield Community Council 4, Kenilworth Road, Newport, NP19 8JQ 2nd December 2021 Dear Sir/Madam, PROPOSAL: CREATION OF HARDSTANDING YARD FOR PROPOSED STABLE BLOCK, MUCK HEAP AND HORSE/PONY EXERCISE MENAGE (PARTLY IN RETROSPECT) SITE: Land North Of And Adjacent To St Mary’s Church,Church Lane, Marshfield, Cardiff, South Wales APPLICATION TYPE: Full Application A planning application has been received in regards to the above site. The documents can be viewed at www.newport.gov.uk/planningonline using the case number 21/1055. We would appreciate your observations within 21 days of this letter. You may also choose to monitor the progress of this application through the website and view the decision made in due course. As the application falls into the delegated decision category it is intended to determine the application as soon as possible after the end of the consultation period. Should you have any observations to make, I would be grateful to receive them as soon as possible. You will be aware that the Council has been set a target by the Welsh Assembly to determine at least 80% of its applications within 8 weeks, which therefore necessitates a strict adherence to a timetable. In exceptional circumstances if you require an extension of the period for submitting observations would you please telephone Christopher Simms, in order that satisfactory arrangements can be agreed. This application will have a Design & Access Statement if one is required by Article 7 of the Town And Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Wales) Order 2012 or Regulation 6 of The Planning (Listed Buildings And Conservation Areas) (Wales) Regulations 2012. Please reply to email@example.com with your observation quoting the following reference in any response you make 21/1055. Please note that any comments you make will be in the public domain and may be posted on the Councils website. Yours faithfully Christopher Simms
Christopher Simms Ask for/Gofynnwch am Christopher Simms Regeneration, Investment and Housing Adfywio, Buddsoddi a Thai Our Ref/Ein Cyf CONNEX/ 21/1055 Your Ref/Eich Cyf Tel/Ffôn 01633 656656 Direct Dial/Rhif Union 01633 210059 DX 99463 Newport (Gwent) 3 E-Mail/E-Bost firstname.lastname@example.org Civic Centre/Canolfan Ddinesig Newport/Casnewydd South Wales/De Cymru NP20 4UR
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Marshfield Village Hall Management Committee send a HUGE thank you to the following residents, businesses and organisations:
Marshfield Village Hall Events Team
Marshfield Community Council
Gwent Living Levels Landscape Partnership
Hopkins Farm Machinery – Ted Hopkins Ltd
John Drew Transport Ltd
Lisa and Christopher Hinksman – Ty Mawr Farm
Gareth Williams – WILLIS Construction Ltd
The Masons Arms
Marshfield Post Office and Pharmacy
We are thrilled to have your support. Through your donation we have been able to accomplish the completion of the mural and continue working to create a hub for our community. We are extremely grateful.
The mural was created by local artist-designer Andy O’Rourke and has far exceeded our expectations, such a talented and interesting artist. Thank you Andy.
We hope the mural has captured the hearts and minds of our wonderful village!
Thank you for your continued support.
Marshfield Village Hall Management Committee
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Land to the north of St Mary’s Church, Church Lane, Marshfield, Newport.
Newport City Council has received a significant number of complaints in relation to the above site. Given the number involved, it is not possible to acknowledge every single complaint received.
A planning enforcement case has, however, been opened to investigate the matter and in due course the community will be informed of what action, if any, will be taken. Newport City Council will endeavour to keep the Ward Councillors and Marshfield Community Council appraised of the situation. The Local Authority is also liaising with its partner organisations, such as Natural Resources Wales, in order to resolve this matter.
Currently, Planning Enforcement is in discussions with the owner about their intentions for the site. As part of these discussions, the owner has and will be advised of the relevant constraints imposed by the planning system and other appropriate legislative streams.
Planning Enforcement (West Area Team)
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