Helping to decide our priorities
We have been reviewing our Five Year Plan and held a consultation to gain views on what issues residents would like to see us focus on during September and October 2017.
The plan runs until 2021 and contains various actions setting out how we will deliver on our three key priorities - building stronger and healthier communities, driving economic growth and prosperity and making the most of our superb environment.
The survey contained options for residents to choose what they think we should be doing more or less of. The list includes delivering affordable housing, improving people’s health, developing the skills of young people, improving parks and open spaces and making the district an even better place to visit. Residents can also make their own suggestions.
Views will be used to decide on new actions to add to the plan, or replace others with as they are completed and the updated plan is due to go to Council for approval in January 2018.
Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
Notice was given that Malvern Hills District Council in exercise of its enabling powers under the Road Traffic Regulation Act proposes to make the following amendments to the Malvern Hills District Council (Off Street Parking Places) Civil Enforcement Order 2013:
- Re-designation of the Council House car park as a non restricted pay and display car park, available 24 hours a day 7 days per week;
- Re-designation of New Street car park Upton as a short stay car park;
- Removal the 1 hour tariff from all long stay car parks;
- Extend the evening £1.50 tariff from 6pm to midnight, to 4pm to 8am the following morning (excluding HGVs) for all pay and display car parks;
- Removal of Brunel House car park designation to mean no public parking;
- Appropriate designation of Malvern Vale Community Centre car park for effective control of use.
Any person wishing to make representations in respect of the proposals was asked to do so in writing by Friday 15 September 2017. The Order is due to come into force on Monday 2 October 2017. Andy Baldwin, Deputy Chief Executive
- Failure to carry a poop bag or other means to clean up after a dog.
- Failure to keep a dog on a lead in a designated area.
- Failure to exclude dogs from fenced off or enclosed children’s playgrounds.
Application to Adopt A Kiosk – Bell Lane, Lower Broadheath
Consultation closed on Sunday 28 May 2017. West Mercia Police has applied to BT’s Adopt a Kiosk scheme, to take ownership of the telephone kiosk in Bell Lane, Lower Broadheath, WR2 6RR for use as a community hub. This would result in the permanent removal of the telephone system. In the last 12 months 27 calls have been made from the kiosk. You can find more information about BT’s Adopt a Kiosk scheme by clicking here.
Application to Adopt A Kiosk – Station Road, Ripple
Consultation closed on Sunday 28 May 2017. Ripple Parish Council has applied to BT’s Adopt a Kiosk scheme, to take ownership of the telephone kiosk in Station Road, Ripple GL20 6EY. This would result in the permanent removal of the telephone system. In the last 12 months 4 calls have been made from the kiosk. You can find more information about BT’s Adopt a Kiosk scheme by clicking here.