Justin Jeffrey

Justin Jeffrey

Monday, 30 August 2010 12:32

Time For U parents' courses

Malmesbury Children's Centre has just released its autumn newsletter. The Centres have grown since their last newsletter and they're offering more and more courses supporting parents of 0-5 year olds.

Monday, 30 August 2010 14:21

Gleeson Story Board

800 new houses in Malmesbury?

Filands and Wychurch fields

Gleeson already ‘control’ the Filands and Wychurch site.

Documents submitted by Gleeson to Wiltshire Council make clear they would like to build a total of 800 houses across the entire site.

{jcomments off}Park Road proposals for 200 houses 

A developer, White Lion Land, is proposing to build at least 70 houses between Park Road and White Lion Park.

Reflecting changes introduced by the new coalition government in 2010, Wiltshire Council are now amending the draft Local Development Framework to include identification of current, local housing needs across the County.

Friday, 27 August 2010 12:55

Residents Association Leaflet

{jcomments off}Residents Association Leaflet Outlining Housing Plans

The Residents Association has produced a leaflet which has been distributed to all houses in the town.

Friday, 27 August 2010 12:41

Gleeson Proposals

{jcomments off}The two documents below give some details of Gleesons proposals for 800 houses on Filands and Whychurch fields, including the 2009 Wiltshire Council ‘Preferred Option’ site of 200 houses on Filands Fields.

Thursday, 26 August 2010 00:00

1,000 new houses in Malmesbury?

800 on Filands and Whychurch fields?
200 on Park Road?

Housing developers are considering building 1,000 new houses in Malmesbury. 800 are proposed in the north-east of the town on Filands and Whychurch fields, 200 are proposed off Park Road. Currently both sites are farm land.

Thursday, 12 August 2010 16:30

Robert Peel captures Malmesbury

MalmWeb00066Local photographer Robert Peel, who lives in Malmesbury is exhibiting his photographs of the town at the Malmesbury Town Hall Gallery on Saturday 21st August 2010.

Monday, 09 August 2010 13:29

Economic future may rely on Lyneham

The economic impact to hit the area when RAF Lyneham finally closes at the end of 2012 has been estimated to leave a £90 million black hole in the economy by 2015, based on a report conducted by Wiltshire Council (information supplied by Malmesbury Chamber of Commerce).