APPLICATIONS RECENTLY REVIEWED
0129 71-73 Ritherup Lane - three storey apartment block development - Refused
0242 1A Lincoln Way - conservatory - refused
0301 535 Warrington Road - single storey extension - granted
0303 80 Bishopdale Drive - rear conservatory + front porch - granted
0319 19 St Davids Close - two storey extension + porch - granted
0368 7 Birnham Drive - single storey extension + new garage and porch - granted
0413 8 Burton Close - rear dormer
0415 7 Heskin Close - single storey extension
0433 7 Dane Court - alteration of opening hours to 9am-10pm Monday to Saturday
0488 399 Warrington Road - first floor extension
POSTAL VOTERS - WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT
Your MP Shaun Woodward has arranged that every postal voter in Rainhill Ward receive a letter urging them to use their vote wisely. If for some reason you have not received the letter, please contact one of your councillors who will arrange for one to be delivered.
RAINHILL CRIME FIGURES FOR MARCH 2005
March 2005 car crime figures for Rainhill are still far too high. Two
vehicles were stolen and there were fifteen
reported thefts from vehicles. Please ensure that your vehicle is secure with all windows shut and doors locked.There were also six burglaries and three attempted burglaries during the month of March.
Crime prevention is our number one priority and leaflets are available to assist members of the public in good practice. Please ring Lynne Carberry, Homewatch and Volunteer Coordinator for a free leaflet on 0151 777 6027 or email at email@example.com
RAINHILL CIVIC SOCIETY AGM
The Annual General Meeting of the Rainhill Civic Society is to take place next Tuesday, April 26th, in the Millenium Centre, starting at 7.30pm
. The Chair, Gill Harris, is always trying to expand the Society, and non members are welcome to come along and see first hand how the Society functions.
Once the formal part of the meeting is finished, there will be a talk entitled "Historic Buildings in Rainhill"
. David Innes, who has just retired from St Helens MBC as Conservation Officer, is well placed to deliver what we are sure will be a most interesting presentation.
We all look forward to seeing you there for what will surely be a very enjoyable evening.
Eccleston and Rainhill Community Forum
The next Forum is due to take place on 20th April 2005 starting at 7.00pm. It will be held as usual in Rainhill High School in the 6th Form Common Room.
Items to be discussed include Safety on Buses and presentations on the new Integrated Childrens Services and Merseyfest.
All members of the public are cordially invited.
Wilfull destruction of new saplings
It will be almost certain that the desecration of the newly planted saplings at The Holt Playing Fields has been perpetrated by Rainhill kids - could it be yours? The Parish Council have now revoked an earlier decision to plant more in the same area
APPLICATIONS RECENTLY TAKEN AT COMMITTEE
0319 2, Newby Avenue - Conservatory - granted.
0147 13, Fairclough Road - single storey extension - granted.
0154 "OAKLEA" 1, Owen Road - Outline application for demolition of bungalow and erection of apartment block - refused.
0206 PREMIER TRAVEL INN, 804 Warrington Road - replacement of existing signage - granted.
0319 19, St Davids Close - two storey extension.
0331 Woods House Farm, School Lane - Demolition of glasshouse, erection of stables and associated furniture.
0344 9, Stapleton Road - two storey extension.
0355 8, Toftwood Avenue - single storey extension.
0358 15, Croston Avenue - conversion of garage to living accommodation.
0367 29, Porter Close - two storey extension and garage conversion to living accommodation.
0383 645, Warrington Road - works to trees covered by tree preservation order.
0392 67, Stapleton Road - garden outhouse.
0404 166A Rainhill Road - single and two storey extensions.
0405 14, Martin Close - single storey extension.