26 Sedgley Road HMO & Carnival
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InTouch May 2012
26 SEDGLEY ROAD HMO
REFUSED In Dec 2011, Bournemouth Council
brought into effect a new planning requirement to protect the residen�al amenity of your area. This means that landlords now need planning permission to change a family residen�al home into a House of Mul�ple Occupancy (HMO), which is o(en used for student le)ng.
The first cases affected by this “Ar�cle
4” direc�on were discussed in April’s planning board mee�ng: • 26 Sedgley Road. • 101 Ensbury Park Road.
Thanks to representa�ons at the
planning board by Councillor Theo Stra7on and local residents the planning board was persuaded to made its first refusals under this new rule. The applica�ons for both 26 Sedgley Road and 101 Ensbury Park Road were turned down to the great sa�sfac�on of local residents. 26 Sedgley Road
MORE ACTION TO COME:
On 21st May, Councillor Theo Stratton will be supporting local residents in their objection to a development in Fitzharris Avenue, and is currently organising a petition against another HMO proposal at 8 Hankinson Road. If you want to offer your support contact Theo (see opposite).
8 Hankinson Road
�Councillor Anniina Davie says: “As a resident of Winton, I want the best for the local community.”
�Councillor Johann Edward says: “Here to help. Our surgery is the 1st Saturday of each month in Winton Library.“
�Councillor Theo Stratton says: “Contact us! Write to [email protected]”
YOUR LOCAL COUNCILLORS
LATE NIGHT NOISE SERVICE IMPROVING A reminder: if you suffer late night noise from nearby parties, help is at hand.
The council operates a night time noise line on 0800 0281870. This usually operates on a Friday and Saturday evening between the hours of 10:00pm and 02:00am.
Due to the popularity of this service, the council is currently recruiting 2 more
environmental health officers to extend this service to other nights of the week (to be decided).
The University supports this initiative, and takes robust action against students who refuse to comply. To date they have fined several students for anti-social parties.
FIGHTING TO MAKE WINTON MORE FAMILY FRIENDLY
Call 0800 0281870
Please give us your contact details so we can keep in touch with you about
the issues you have raised:
How we use your information
The data you provide will be retained by the Conservative Party and [BWCA]
(“the data holders”) in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act
1998 and related legislation. By providing your data to us, you are consenting to
the data holders making contact with you in the future by telephone, text or
other means, even though you may be registered with the Telephone
Preference Service. Your data will not be sold or given to anyone not connected
to the Conservative Party. If you do not want the information you give to us to be
used in this way, or for us to contact you, please indicate by ticking the relevant
boxes: Post � Email � SMS � Phone �
� Display a poster at election time � Deliver leaflets � Attend social events � Join the local Party � Vote by post � Help at the Winton Carnival
HOW CAN YOU HELP US?
Please return to: Winton East Conservatives, c/o BWCA, 135 Hankinson road, Winton, Bournemouth, BH9 1HR
KEEPING IN TOUCH
If you have a problem or concern call us on 0774 642 7308 intouch
WINTON CARNIVAL — HELP NEEDED!
We are looking forward to Winton Carnival this year, and your local councillors are planning to help out with a contribution from their Local Improvement Fund. The organisers are still looking for marshalls to help on the day; if you can help please contact [email protected] or fill in the coupon above.
All the fun of the parade!
YOUR LOCAL COUNCILLORS
Left-to-right: Johann Edward, Theo Stratton, Anniina Davie