Whilst we aim to always respond asap to enquiries please note that our P/T Clerk is only available Monday to Thursday between the hours of 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. 

Please come along to the next meeting of the Village Council on Wednesday 3rd December 2014 

commencing @ 7.30 p.m.

at

South Green Memorial Hall 

A NOTE FOR YOUR DIARY 

Come along to the Village Council's Christmas Lights Switch On to be held on Saturday 6th of December 2014. For further details please see below:-   

Great Burstead and South Green Village Council

invites all residents to the    

 

Christmas Lights

Switch on Event

at

 

Grange Road Shopping Parade

 

Saturday 6th December   4.30pm-5.00pm

 

 

Special Guest Santa

Will Give Sweets to the Children

 

Please note: Photographs may be taken which may be published on our website or in our newsletter. 

By attending you give permission for their use by the Village Council.

Clerk to the Council: Martin Ainscough - clerkofgbsg@hotmail.com

Please click on the link below for information about the Village Council Summer Fund Day Event for 2015 

Poster Fun Day 2015 




 

 

 

 

 


 


Formal Response from Gt. Burstead & South Green Village Council to the Basildon Borough Council Core Strategy Consultation process.

 Following the holding response that was submitted following the February meeting of the Village Council please find below the official formal response from the Village Council having considered the Core Strategy further at their meeting held on 5th March 2014.

 Great Burstead and South Green Village Council objects to development on green belt land.  The Village Council strongly believes the parish of Great Burstead and South Green should remain a distinct area.  The Village Council believes that urban sprawl should be resisted. Furthermore, the Village Council believes that the infrastructure: roads, health, education, sewerage systems, and surface water drainage systems are not sufficient for further development.  At present roads within the parish are gridlocked at certain times of the day and flooding is a concern affecting roads within the parish.  Any further development will exacerbate the existing infrastructure issues.

 In addition to the above mentioned factors the Great Burstead and South Green Village Council particularly objects to the following sites:

 PADC13 (land in the parish of Great Burstead and South Green Village Council)

 SHLAA SS0198 - thatched cottage and land to the rear of thatched cottage, Southend Road.

SHLAA SS0307 Southend Farm, Southend Road, South Green, Billericay.

These proposed developments will exacerbate the lack of infrastructure mentioned above.

 SHLAA SS0524 Snails Hall, Greens Farm Lane, Billericay

 Although this land is in the Billericay Town Council Parish, the roads surrounding Snails Hall Farm, are in Great Burstead and South Green parish.  Snails Hall is on the boundary of Great Burstead and South Green Village parish where Greens Farm Lane and Outwood Common Road meet.  This is a junction that gets gridlocked, where there have been several accidents and often becomes flooded.  Outwood Common Road is little more than a country lane and Greens Farm Lane is already a heavily used road.  Any further development will result in more gridlock and flooding.

 Particular concern was also expressed about preserving and protecting such areas as Norsey Wood and the Mill Meadows in perpetuity for future generations and recognising and nurturing the cultural and spiritual benefits that such opens spaces can provide for the local community. In order to achieve this consideration needs to be given to the inclusion of schemes that not only promote and recognise the beauty of wildlife, flora, fauna and green spaces but also guarantees their continued protection from the threat of future development.     


 

 

 

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