Please see the pdf from English Heritage: SS17 MESSAGE TO THE LOCAL PARISHES
View the consultation on the draft recommendations here. The consultation closes on 14 August 2017.
The period for the exercise of public rights for the accounts year ended 31 March 2017 is 13/6/2017 to 24/7/2017.
See the Notices and documents here.
(This is in accordance with the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 and the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/234) )
Application for a lawful development certificate for proposed garden room
12 Hill View Road Braishfield SO51 0PP
View full details at Test Valley Borough Council website here
Standard Consultation Expiry Date Mon 01 May 2017
Braishfield Parish Council comment TVBC1700902CLPS
Test Valley Borough Council decision: issue certificate
An Extraordinary Meeting will be held at 7pm on Monday 8 May 2017 in Braishfield Village Hall. The agenda for the Meeting is here.
Land To The Rear Of Willowbrook House Braishfield Road Crookhill Romsey Hampshire SO51 0QB
Outline application for the erection of single dwelling with associated parking
View the full details at Test Valley Borough Council website here
Aster Group have a bungalow available for rent in Braishfield. This is open to people with a connection to Test Valley. The closing date is 9/4/2017. Please see the following link…
Community groups are welcome to speak at this year’s Annual Parish Assembly, which is a meeting for electors of the Parish of Braishfield and will be held on Tuesday 2nd May 2017. Please contact the Clerk (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be included on the agenda.
This is a public consultation by Test Valley Borough Council, regarding proposed lorry restrictions on roads in the parish. Please see the explanatory letter and accompanying Lorry Restriction Exhibition Plan.
The Parish Council considered this during the Meeting of 17/1/17, and decided the following comment:
Braishfield Parish Council strongly support the above proposed Order.
Residents express growing concern about through traffic on all routes. This has always taken place, but seems to have been exacerbated by large scale housing developments in Romsey, Kings Somborne and the wider vicinity. A 30 mph speed restriction on other local roads makes the lanes leading through Braishfield an appealing alternative for traffic. The national speed limit in the lanes is also a magnate to Sat Navs for Quickest Route selection.
All routes leading to and from Braishfield become single track lanes at some point. Many of the houses are constructed very close to the roadsides. There are few pedestrian footways. The lanes are popular with cyclists, walkers and equestrians. As such, the lanes are entirely unsuitable to receive through traffic on a large scale. Heavy goods vehicles are particularly problematic, causing serious damage to verges and hedgerows in the narrow lanes when meeting vehicles coming from the opposite direction.
The national speed limit in the lanes is also a magnate to Sat Navs for Quickest Route selection.
Braishfield is a rural community, and farmers need to use the lanes for their agricultural vehicles. There are also a number of businesses based in the parish, requiring access for deliveries or to removed their products. This proposed Order will not impede them.