- Diary/ Notes
A meeting of local Alphington associations, hosted by the Forum, was held in Alphington School this evening. The purpose was to discuss Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) that will be available to the community from new housing in Alphington. A full report will be published in due course.
Exeter City Council had intended to hold an exhibition/ drop-in event on the subject of new housing, on 15 May 2013. However we have been informed that this will not now take place until sometime in June. Flyers will be distributed and notices put on lamp posts about a week before the exhibition. The exhibition will present points agreed with the Forum. An email notice will be sent to all members of the Forum.
The open meeting on 26 February was attended by 44 people. The interactive format of the meeting was most successful with everyone expressing their views on topics such as density and design, traffic and transportation, social infrastructure and environment. All of the views/ comments expressed are being collated and will be entered on the COMMENT section of the web site. The comments on density and design have already been added and can be viewed by clicking here.
Any further comment should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the web site contact form and it will be added to a follow-up page.
Details of the new committee elected at the AGM will be posted shortly.
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Alphington Village Forum held a workshop on 29 January with the Exeter planners on the subject of Social Infrastructure.
The main points of discussion were Alphington School expansion and traffic problems, additional shop/shops and recycling area, new or refurbished community facilities including youth facilities.
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The open meeting on Tuesday 22nd January was attended by 36 people, including 3 city councillors and 1 county councillor. Many thanks to all who turned out on a snowy evening. We discussed transport and social issues. The next workshop with the council will be held on Tuesday 29 January and will tackle social infrastructure.