Petition to Rt. Hon Sajid Javid MP Secretary of State
make Teignbridge Council publish the fraud investigation
Teignbridge District Council refuse to release the results of an official fraud investigation commenced under the Councils Anti-fraud and Corruption Policy. Bickington Village is being denied much needed new housing whilst open countryside close by, like former Seale Hayne Agricultural College, is promoted for mass housing development. Other areas within Teignbridge are being swamped with houses without adequate infrastructure, whilst the Council will go to any length to get their way. It is imperative that Teignbridge Council are made to publish the mandatory investigation, in the best interests of all District Residents.
Petition to Lybster Community Improvement Fundraising Group (LCIFG)
Support the renovation of Main Street Play Park in Lybster
The main aim of Lybster Community Improvement Fundraising Group (LCIFG) is to raise funds to enable us to refurbish and transform the Main Street Play Park, which is currently in a state of disrepair. We would like to secure funding so that we can refurbish and transform the Main Street Play Park to provide the children and the community of Lybster with a safe, fun and more desirable outdoor space.
Petition to Cllr R Meirion Jones
Keep Ysgol Gynradd Beaumaris
Anglesey County Council have issued a Non-Statutory Consultation to review primary education in the Seiriol area. Beaumaris is a vibrant and popular town which has had a school since 1605. As in many other rural parts of Wales, our school has played an important part in building our close-knit community. We are therefore strongly committed to ensuring that Ysgol Gynradd Beaumaris remains open and that our town is attractive for families to live here permanently. I strongly oppose any proposal that would result in the closure of Beaumaris Primary School. Mae Cyngor Sir Ynys Mon wedi cyhoeddi Ymgynghoriad Anstatudol er mwyn adolygu addysg gynradd yn ardal Seiriol. Mae Beaumaris yn dref fywiog a phoblogaidd sydd ag ysgol ers 1605. Fel mewn llawer o ardaloedd gwledig eraill yng Nghymru, mae ein hysgol wedi chwarae rhan bwysig yn adeiladu ein cymdeithas glos. Rydym felly’n ymrwymo’n gryf i sicrhau bod Ysgol Gynradd Beaumaris yn aros yn agored a bod y dref yn le deiniadol i deuluoedd fyw’n barhaol. Rwyf yn gwrthwynebu’n gryf unrhyw gynhigion a fyddai’n arwain at gau Ysgol Gynradd Beaumaris.
Petition to Bromley council Statutory Planning Authority, Jim Kehoe, Marc Hume, Tim Horsman, Dame Tessa Jowell, Jim Dowd, Steve Reed
Refuse KICC's application for change of use of 25 Church Road
MAKE YOU VOICE COUNT - SIGN THE PETITION TO SAVE 25 CHURCH ROAD, CRYSTAL PALACE, SE19 2TE 25 Church Road is the only large, purpose-built, public entertainment venue in the town centre. Located in the heart of the Crystal Palace Triangle, this landmark building has a long history of serving the community by providing local entertainment from its roots as a 1920s art deco cinema through to its use as a bingo hall as recently as 2009, when Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC) bought the building and attempted to take it out of leisure use for the first time in over eighty years. As the last remaining dedicated D2 ‘Assembly and leisure’ venue left in Crystal Palace, it has played a substantial role is serving the cultural and entertainment needs of Crystal Palace for generations. It has the potential to do so again and to further the social, economic, recreational and cultural interests of the local community and businesses within its current planning use. The long standing, and vital, contribution to the cultural life of Crystal Palace was recognised in 2014 when Bromley Council agreed to register the building as an ‘Asset of Community Value’ and is reflected in the views and wishes of thousands of traders and residents, who have campaigned tirelessly for over five years to preserve the heritage of 25 Church Road However, the potential opportunity to return 25 Church Road to its historic public entertainment roots and preserve its long established status as a major ‘Assembly and Leisure’ venue, is once again under threat by KICC’s latest planning application for a mixed use D1 Church, conferencing and counselling centre with some D2 ‘Assembly and leisure’ elements - although there would be no obligation whatsoever for the owners to run any D2 leisure activities once the ‘change of use’ had been granted If successful the proposed ‘change of use’ would result in the loss, perhaps forever, of the last remaining dedicated D2 Public entertainment venue in Crystal Palace and any meaningful preservation of this recognised ‘Asset of Community Value’. We, the undersigned, consider such a loss to be unacceptable and the proposed change to mixed use to be detrimental to the cultural and economic vitality of Crystal Palace. We therefore call upon Bromley Council, as the Statutory Planning Authority: 1. To continue to recognise 25 Church Road’s status as an ‘Asset of Community Value’ - within its current D2 planning use, in accordance with the provisions of the Localism Act 2011 and the Assets of Community Regulations 2012. 2. To take into account 25 Church Road’s ‘Asset of Community Value’ status as a MATERIAL PLANNING CONSIDERATION AGAINST any change of use from D2 to a mixed use D1/D2. 3. To refuse KICC’s planning application, as contrary to both planning policy and the clearly voiced views of the traders and residents of Crystal Palace to save 25 Church Road as a public entertainment venue, through the preservation of its exclusive use for permitted D2 ‘Assembly and leisure' purposes.