Planning applications for the development of the Tannery site have been submitted with a deadline for comment of 20 April 2018. Details of the applications and a comment form may be found on the Wiltshire Council website or through the links provided on the “Planning” page of this website. There are nearly 300 documents in the proposal. Links are given below to the various parts of the Design and Access Statement which give the overall picture of the project. There will be an Extraordinary meeting of the Parish Council in the Village Hall at 7.30pm Wednesday 18 April which villagers are invited to attend.
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Wiltshire Council contractors will be working in Holt from the 16 March for up to 10 working days. The footway alongside the Brook opposite the Village Hall will be resurfaced. This will involve the closure of the west entrance to The Midlands for 2/3 days. A diversion will be in place using the east entrance. Access to the Village Hall car park will be permitted. The footway alongside the Recreation Ground from Ground Corner to opposite the URC entrance will be reconstructed. This will involve a suspension of parking on that length of the street with 2 way light control.
Wiltshire Council have issued a notice of their intention to resurface the footway on the B3107 alongside the Recreation Ground and in The Midlands opposite the Village Hall starting on 5 January. The notice may be viewed here.
The presentation materials from the public consultation may be viewed here.
Our sub Groups have been working on the feasibility and practicality of implementing residents wishes .Please see the Neighbourhood Plan section of this website for an update.
The Highways and Streetscene Committee are currently looking at:
Completing a survey of the pavements in the village
Consulting with Wiltshire Council re traffic calming measures on B3107
Considering a new bus shelter outside the Three Lions
Extension of double yellow lines at Beckerley Lane
Researching Improvement of the Zebra crossing – warning flashing LED lights
Junction improvements – The Midlands/The Street/The Common – possibly in line with future Tannery Development
Guy Colle, the owner, and his development team will be on hand at the Tannery between 4pm and 7.30pm on Tuesday 17 October. Please make an effort to attend and, if you wish, make your views heard. Event details are here.
The site owners, J&T Beaven, are formulating a new regeneration proposal for the Tannery Site in partnership with the Glove Factory Studios and a new housing development partner, HAB Housing. This follows the expiry of a 5-year option with a previous land promoter, and the subsequent withdrawal of the 2016 outline planning application.
The new draft scheme for the site comprises: the comprehensive restoration of the existing heritage buildings (for offices, workshops and flexible multi-use space) which will be managed by the Glove Factory Studios; and circa 43 new homes with on-site car parking. A full planning application is being targeted for submission by the end of the year, with the aim of starting the development in Autumn 2018.
J&T Beaven, the Glove Factory Studios, and HAB Housing will be presenting their draft proposals to the community at an open ‘drop-in’ event that will take place onsite at the Tannery from 3:30pm to 7:30pm on Tuesday 17th October. Please do come along to see the potential of these beautiful existing buildings and to give your feedback.
The Annual Accounts for the Parish Council are now available on the Finance section of this website
Flood equipment, comprising sand bags, flood warning road sign and high visibility vests are available, in a bunker in the village. Sand can also be found next to the bunker
This is for free use by residents in the case of a flood emergency.
The bunker is unlocked and is situated in the yard of Holt Superstore, against the end wall of the Village Hall.
Clearly the quantity of materials is limited and anyone using the equipment should advise the Parish Clerk in order that stocks can replenished.
All unused materials should be returned to the bunker.
There is a permanent menu for flooding on the left hand side of this website which will be updated as necessary.
Twelve candidates have put their names forward and there will, therefore, be an election on May 4th
PLEASE NOTE: To conform with the rules in Election Year the May meeting of the Parish Council will now be held on Thursday 18 May – the venue and time will remain the same