Burton Latimer Town Council

Serving the people of Burton Latimer

Clerk: Mrs Helen Denton-Stacey
36 Sherrier Way, Lutterworth
Leicestershire LE17 4NW

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Bullet points of the meeting held Tuesday 2nd June

The bullet points of the meeting held Tuesday 2nd June are:

BLTC have now received the full property report and have answered all questions, so are pushing forward with the purchase of the library & are hoping for a completion date shortly.

The Town Council are awaiting samples to approve the new signage for the Harold Mason Centre

The volunteer scheme continues to be a huge success & is helping many residents daily. More »

The Town Council are looking for suggestions & ideas for what residents would like to see at the monthly market.

The Town Council are aware of the current graffiti issues, plans are in place to identify the culprits to take legal action & repair the unsightly mess.

The Town Council have received a number of complaints regarding crowds at the Pocket Park, may we remind that a 2 metre rule is in place to help stop the spread of Coronavirus. Signage will be installed. » Less

Posted: Tue, 09 Jun 2020 15:48 by Helen Denton-Stacey

Bullet points of meeting 5th May 2020

Following the meeting held virtually through Zoom, the bullet points are as follows

Burton Latimer Town Council would like to express their huge gratitude to the 35+ volunteers who have given up their time to help with the Town Council's Covid 19 support network co-ordinated by the Town Clerk Helen Denton-Stacey, your services are amazing & are helping so many vulnerable people within the town, not all volunteers have been needed thankfully, but your details are retained in case the requirement is heightened. We are aware of a scheme launched by Northamptonshire County Council & wanted to make clear that the two are not combined as this has caused some confusion to our existing users. For anyone needing support please contact the Town Clerk on 0773 4793986 details are available on the town's noticeboards & social media. More »

The Town Council resolved Councillor John Currall as Town Mayor & Councillor Dianne Miles-Zanger as Deputy Mayor for the term 2020/2021

The Town Council wishes to thank Councillor Jenny Davies for her time as Town Mayor & the contributions she has made.

Burton Latimer Town Council co opted two new Councillors on board

Councillor James Wilson and Councillor Amanda Driver, the Town Council looks forward to working together.

The Council discussed the planning application for Burton Latimer Community Centre & following issues raised by Councillors & residents have formally objected to the application, reasons stated are lack of consultation with the community & withdrawal of community facilities.

The Town Council will now hold Planning meetings on the last Wednesday of the month at 7pm. » Less

Posted: Mon, 11 May 2020 21:31 by Helen Denton-Stacey

Horses

Burton Latimer Town Council would like to clarify the matter of the horses, we have logged many reports to the RSPCA , the rural crime team, and numerous other authorities, following complaints from residents. These horses are not on our land of the Pocket Park and this needs to be made clear as certain parties on social media keep insinuating that is the case. Many ,many residents have logged complaints to us and the RSPCA which have all been acknowledged by said organisation. The response we have received is that the horses are safe, fed and well. As a council we are actively responding to residents concerns. But can only be advised by the authorities dealing with the issues.

Posted: Mon, 11 May 2020 20:34 by Helen Denton-Stacey