You can now read everything you ever wanted to know about Reading Borough Council’s (RBC) new local plan on a dedicated web page. Once adopted, it will be the main planning document for Reading until 2036. Advertisements
The final chance to have your say on the Reading Borough Council (RBC) New Local Plan, which sets the foundations for planning in Reading until 2036, ends on Friday 26 January 2018. The plan will then go to the Secretary of State at the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) with all the comments … Continue reading Latest on Reading’s New Local Plan
The consultation on Reading’s new local plan will end at 5pm on Wednesday 14 June.
Reading Borough Council (RBC) are consulting on the draft local plan which sets out the planning framework for Reading until 2036. The plan includes general policies on planning principles such as sustainability, green space and heritage as well as area plans.
Reading Borough Council’s consultation on the issues and options for the new local plan ends on Monday 7 March.
The number of new houses to be built in Reading forms part of the issues and options paper for the new local plan for Reading. This has been published for consultation by Reading Borough Council. The consultation was agreed at the strategic environment, planning and transport committee meeting on 24 November 2015.
Two drop in sessions are being held on the 15 and 16 February 2016 at the civic offices. The sessions will give local residents the opportunity to ask about the new local plan. The consultation poses questions about the future development of Reading.
The issues and options paper for the new local plan for Reading asks: Is the current level of protection of pubs adequate, or should there be greater or lesser protection?
Open Spaces are covered in Section 5 of the issues and options paper for the new local plan for Reading, published for consultation by Reading Borough Council. The consultation was agreed at the strategic environment, planning and transport Committee meeting on 24 November 2015.
The issues and options paper for the new local plan for Reading has been published for consultation by Reading Borough Council. The consultation was agreed at the strategic environment, planning and transport committee meeting on 24 November 2015. A significant proportion of the document deals with land for development.
One of the items on the agenda when the Strategic Environment, Planning and Transport Committee of Reading Borough Council meets tonight, 24 November 2015, is the production of a new Local Plan for Reading.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE), Reading Family Church and Whitley councillor Emmett McKenna addressed the Reading Borough Council (RBC) planning committee on 5 December. The church has applied for a change of use of 448a Basingstoke Road so they can use it as a meeting space and community facility.
The old Whitley library on Northumberland Avenue has been added to Reading’s list of locally important buildings and structures. This means that in future it will be subject to more detailed planning controls than an unlisted building.
By Tommy Robinson, head of performing arts at the John Madejski Academy, Whitley. As the new academic year starts at school, it’s always good (well, sometimes good) to look back at recent successes, be proud, then move on.
Reading Borough Council will be discussing issues in Whitley ward during licensing and planning applications committees this week.
The Kendrick School on London Road, Reading, proposes to admit 32 more year 7 students each year from September 2020 bringing the total admitted to 128.
The Whitley Community Development Association (WCDA) on Northumberland Avenue has spent about a quarter of a million pounds so far, said finance officer Mo McSevney at their open evening on Wednesday 11 April 2018.
Reading East MP Matt Rodda spoke in the parliamentary debate about the National Audit Office (NAO) report on the financial sustainability of local authorities on 20 March.
Residents of Northcourt Avenue are preparing to oppose Reading University’s plans to redevelop St Patrick’s Hall with new buildings described by Reading Civic Society as “almost brutal.”
The University of Reading is looking for public comment on its new proposals to redevelop St Patrick’s hall on Northcourt Avenue. The university withdrew its previous proposal after a petition, protest from the Victorian Society and the local listing of Pearson’s Court by Reading Borough Council.