Agenda March 2022

Welcoming to the third March NCC meeting of 2022: Newtongrange Community Council consider the main aims, objectives and correspondence this month. 

 

7.30 pm-9.00pm Tuesday 5th April 2022 (amended date)

Online and by phone- all welcome as always, fill in the event form to receive live link

  1. Welcome and apologies 
    1. Any member updates – news and activity 
    2. NCC tribute to Jamie Allan
  2. Previous Meeting (February 2022) Approval/ Matters Arising
  3. Police Report – RA chased 27/03/22
  4. Newtongrange Development Trust – 
    1. ‘The Pool’ Jubilee event (Andrew)
  5. Correspondence
    1. Queen’s Platinum Jubilee tribute – park route name or new housing development street names (Linda Lawrence)
    2. Defibrillator maintenance (Ron Campbell)
  6. Community resilience ideas 
    1. Planters money – Fiona
  7. 2022-23 Year Aims for NCC– On agenda for reference during wider discussion – opportunity to review and note early thoughts for the year.
    1. Protecting and improving services:
      1. Newtongrange Park improvements (June/Linda)
      2. Sensory garden update (Clr. Johnstone?)
      3. Old bowling pavilion and green (Linda)
      4. Old British Legion site appearance (Linda)
      5. The Aggregate Factory situation (Ross)
      6. Tennis and Petanque latest (Ross)
    2. The Newtongrange Masterplan: ensuring community development remains at its heart and engaging business and the village in its progress
      1. Any developments? (Andrew)
    3. Engaging the community: positive solutions for inclusivity, village pride and achievement.
      1. QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE – BEACON – (Ross)
      2. QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE Newtongrange Flyer issue? – (Ross)
      3. Research Study for care in later life (Liz)
  8. Reports
    1. Councillor’s – attending councillors ?
    2. Treasurer’s – N/A
    3. MFCC (Andrew) 
    4. Planning –  Springfield – Andrew (Latest development and key dates for diary) 
  9. Any Other Business
  10. Date and Venue of next meeting
    • Tuesday,  26th April  
    • Zoom and ?

 

Ross Anderson

Ross Anderson

I'm involved with the Newtongrange Community Council because I want to help preserve the unique heritage, character & facilities of the village.

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