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Area Committee News – Updated 12 December 2018

 

The agenda for the next meeting of the Area Committee meeting on 12 December 2018 at 6.00pm in Marple Senior Citizens Hall has now been published and can be viewed via the related links.

 

Sunday 11th November marked the 100 year anniversary of the end of the First World War. Remembrance Day Services were held in Marple Memorial Park, Mellor, Compstall and High Lane. Approximately 2000 people attended the event in the Memorial Park. Councillors would like to thank the huge number of volunteers who worked tirelessly to make the service such a success and memorable event

 

 

 

 

Local Elections 2018:- The results from the election held on 3 May can be viewed on the Democracy Webpage.

 

 

Public Realm:  

 

An archive of public realm reports can be viewed in the archive.

 

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Strines Road

 

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Contractors working on behalf of Cadent are currently undertaking works to restore a gas supply on Strines Road, Strines, between the junctions of Plucksbridge Road and Station Road. These works require the use of temporary two-way signals and are expected to be completed on 14th December.

 

 

 

 

 

If you would like to be included on the email alert distribution list for updates on the Area Committee and on issues affecting Marple and surrounding villages email the Committee Manager : stephen.fox@stockport.gov.uk and he will add you to the list.

 

Marple Area Committee

 

About the Area Committee

The Marple Area Committee represents the wards of Marple North and Marple South & High Lane.

 

Public Questions

At area committees members of the public have the opportunity to ask questions about any matters within the Area Committee’s powers (except on legal or confidential matters). You can submit a question and view the Code of Practice using the online question form.

 

You can view an archive of previously asked question and answers on the democracy webpage.

 

Ward Funding

The Council has delegated £3000 to each ward to allow Community Groups and other non-commercial organisations to apply for contributions toward funding for projects within the community.

 

The fund is administered by the Democratic Services Manager in consultation with the Ward Councillors.  A copy of the application form and associated guidance is available on our Ward Funding page.

 

Planning Matters
Area Committee have powers to deal with certain types of planning applications, and Councillors have the power to call up applications that are ordinarily dealt with by planning officers, to be considered and determined by the Area Committee.

 

Members of the public also have the opportunity to address the Committee during consideration of a planning application for a total of 3 minutes. One person will be permitted to address the Area Committee for 3 minutes in objection to the application and one person for 3 minutes in support of the application.

 

If you wish to speak on a planning application it is advisable that you arrive 5 minutes prior to the commencement of the meeting in order to inform the Democratic Services Officer.

 

Open Forum

In addition, the Area Committee operates Open Forum arrangements which allow groups to make presentations to the Committee on issues that affect the local community.  The Open Forum is governed by the Code of Practice.

 

Greater Manchester Police

 

Inspector Tony Stiles is now responsible for Marple, High Lane, Bredbury and Romiley. Under the new Local Policing Restructure his dedicated Local Policing Team will focus on protecting vulnerable people, reduce crime and reduce anti-social behavior. They are integrated into the community initially based at Bredbury and after refurbishment Marple, providing a 24 hour service. The team works closely with partners to find the most efficient and effective ways to solve any given problem. Information from the public is vital to successful policing and anyone who has any information that may assist in investigations should contact the team on 0161 856 9773, Non-Emergency Line, 101 or anonymously on Crimestoppers 0800 555 111. Please support the team by making officers aware of crime or issues in your area.