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Hooe Green awarded Village Green status

June 12, 2019 | By | Reply More
Hooe Green awarded Village Green status

HOOE GREEN AWARDED VILLAGE GREEN STATUS. At their meeting on the 30th May 2019 PCC Planning Committee agreed unanimously that the land known as Hooe Green should be given Village Green status and included in the register of Village Greens. Mr Robin Blythe-Lord, Chairman of Plym Valley Heritage, said “I am absolutely delighted that it […]

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Plymouth & Mount Batten Storm Damage Update – A Letter from PCC

May 9, 2014 | By | Reply More
Plymouth & Mount Batten Storm Damage Update – A Letter from PCC

An email response from Plymouth County Council’s regarding the repair of storm damage – from a concerned Mount Batten resident The storms we experienced caused extensive damage to our city including damage to our buildings (predominately to roofs), fallen trees, damage from flooding, damage to piers, and a range of structures on our foreshore including footpaths, steps and other structures including our two lidos at […]

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Turnchapel and Mountbatten Residents Association Minutes – 22nd September 2011

November 20, 2011 | By | 2 Replies More
Turnchapel and Mountbatten Residents Association Minutes – 22nd September 2011

Chairman: Mr J.E. Wheeler Attendance: 21 people. Apologies on behalf of the following:   Mr Brian Cooper, Mrs Yvonne Featherstone, Cllr Wendy Foster. Matters Arising Clovelly Boatyard – Chairman confirmed that the application has been withdrawn. Credit given to the efforts of the residents and Cllr leaves, both of whom played a significant part in maintaining […]

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