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UPDATE: Statement on Bellway Planning Proposal – June 2020

Meeting with Bellway Homes – 22 June 2020

Snaith & Cowick Town Council held a remote meeting with Bellway Homes and Savills on Monday 22 June 2020 following the distribution of leaflet indicating a planning proposal for 120 new dwellings in Snaith. 

Please click on the link below to see what questions were asked by Councillors and the response received. 

Statement on Bellway Planning Proposal_June 2020

Bellway Planning Update

Bellway Homes – Land South of Punton Walk

The Town Council is aware of a leaflet produced by Bellway Homes that has been delivered to a number of properties in Snaith. This relates to a planning update for the land South of Punton Walk.
 
However, we have discovered that this leaflet was only distributed to a small number of households and we know all of our residents will want to know of this update as even 120 new dwellings will have an impact on our community as a whole, and not just those in the immediate vicinity. A copy of the leaflet is therefore attached for your information.
 
Should you wish to make comment on this proposal, please send them to Savills at the following address; Savills, 71 Grey Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 6EF or via e-mail at newcastle@savills.com
 
We have also requested that the deadline for comment be extended to 30th June 2020 to allow more residents more time to respond.
 

Reminder: STAY AT HOME!

Help the NHS and Save Lives – STAY AT HOME!

The Town Council have received reports of people gathering at the Old Quarry behind Villa Fields and Saffron Drive, which is against the social distancing rules set out by the Government. These gatherings have apparently included 6 people or more and have been seen on a number of different occasions. We understand Humberside Police have been informed.

Please can we stress the importance of following Government Guidelines (www.gov.uk) to STAY AT HOME unless you need to leave to buy food, for health reasons or for work (but only if you cannot work from home).

You must comply with these rules. Relevant authorities have been given powers to enforce them – including fines.

Please can we take this opportunity to say THANK YOU to our residents who are abiding by these rules.

*** STAY AT HOME – SAVE THE NHS – SAVE LIVES ***

Supporting the Flood Recovery

*****SUPPORTING THE RECOVERY & CLEAN UP FOLLOWING THE FLOODING OF SNAITH AND COWICK *****

The Town Council has been tasked with coordinating the Recovery stage of Snaith and East Cowick after the flooding, which has affected so many people within our community.

We recently met with T2T and Team Rubicon UK, who are specialists in Disaster Recovery and who are keen to assist in any way they can. They are currently supporting a number of residents who have been identified as needing support due to various issues such as lack of insurance and vulnerability. These teams have already been very busy over the last few days supporting these residents but we NEED to know if anyone else requires support. We also have a number of businesses who will be receiving help from both these groups as soon as their properties are safe to return to.

We have been overwhelmed with the response from people near and far wishing to support the community recovering from the floods. We can confirm we are also working closely with Rotary who have vast experience is flood disaster and they have agreed to support the Town Council with the voluntary side of this recovery phase. If you would like to formally volunteer to support the clean up operations, please contact the Town Council on 01405 862663 and we will let you know where help is needed. Local resident Phil Megson, who organised a volunteering group at the weekend, is also supporting and working closely with the Town Council on this coordination and we offer our sincere thanks to Phil for his help.

Today we have met with all the local Charitable and Community Groups who have provided such invaluable support to the parish over the last 2 weeks to try and gauge what impact it has had on their future plans and activities. We have assured them we are committed to helping them in any way possible. The organisations that attended the meeting were Snaith Community Sports Hall, Snaith Priory, Snaith Methodist Church, East Cowick Village Hall and West Cowick Institute.

We also have a list of businesses who have offered support to residents affected by the flooding, to offer services and support with such things as the provision of dehumidifiers, mini diggers, skips, amongst many other items. Vast amounts of cleaning products are also available to anyone affected. If you need anything, please get in touch and we will try to help.

We have also met with the Red Cross and if anyone is struggling with the psychological impact of the flooding please let us know and we will help you find the support you need.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council are also continuing to support people affected by the flooding, but if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact your local Town Council on 01405 862663.

We know Snaith and East Cowick are not the only places to be flooded in our area and we are now supporting other local parish councils who have asked for support.

Snaith and Cowick Town Council would like to take this opportunity to thank EVERYONE who has supported our community during this crisis; the response we have seen has been overwhelming.****

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