Two items on the agenda to be discussed are:
19/20457 and 19/20458/LBC 42 HIGH STREET IDE Replacement of a single storey rear extension
20/00061/LBC 30 HIGH STREET IDE Replacement of front roof.
Full papers on this site under Parish Council agendas and minutes
Details of these applications are published on Teignbridge Planning website www.teignbridge.gov.uk/planning
FOR FULL AGENDA AND PAPERS SEE UNDER AGENDA AND MINUTES ON THIS WEBSITE
Agenda and attached papers are available under Ide Parish Council – Agenda and Minutes
DCC have opened up an invitation for ideas for the Devon Carbon Plan
The Task Force has issued a call for evidence and will be conducting a series of hearings, to help gather views, evidence and data which will be used as a foundation from which to develop recommendations for the Devon Carbon Plan.
The Devon Carbon Plan Recommendations developed by the task force will be put to a Citizens’ Assembly. The assembly will comprise a representative sample of Devon’s citizens from different social backgrounds, including young people. They will have the opportunity to develop informed opinions and collectively discuss and review policy recommendations on decarbonising Devon.
1 19/1947/FUL Land at NGR 290972 090078 Polehouse Lane – Erection of a Grain Store
2 19/01896/FUL IDE Blacksmith Cottage 1, Fore Street – single Storey Extension – Refurbishment of existing rear extension including new doors and windows, and re-arrangement of existing PV panel on roof
Full details of the applications can be viewed on Teignbridge Distict Council’s Planning website
at 7.30pm in the Ide Memorial Hall, Fore Street, Ide. Copies of the agenda and associated papers are available on this website under the Parish Council heading and on the noticeboard in Coronation Gardens. Or contact Mel Liversage, clerk on 01392 259024 for paper copies or further information.
There will be a Wildflower Meadow talk by Audrey Compton
at 8.00pm September 11th in Ide Memorial Hall
Audrey has worked on the land for most of her life and runs a farm near Chudleigh. She specialises in preserving and establishing wild flower meadows and gives advice to gardeners and farmers on how to do this. This talk has been organised in response to the loss of wildflower meadows nationally, about 97% have been lost over the last 60 years. Wildflower meadows are a great home to bees and insects. Can we establish some areas of wildflowers here in our parish—whether a small patch in your garden or a larger area somewhere in the village? This talk has been organised in conjunction with the Parish Council’s Climate Emergency Working Group(CEWG)
Andy Bragg, CEWG
Please click the attached link advertising the vacancy and methods of applying for this post.
Notice of vacancy and Co option July 2019