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Hunstanton Town Council

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Town Clerk: Jan Roomes
Hunstanton Town Hall, The
Green, Hunstanton, Norfolk
PE36 6BQ

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News Release from BCKLWN

Engagement event for community-led housing development in Hunstanton

Anyone in the Hunstanton area who is interested in buying or renting a property on the new Sheep Field Community Housing Development is invited to come along to a community consultation and engagement event on Thursday, 22 February 2018.

Hunstanton Town Council is hosting this drop-in session at the town hall between 2pm and 7pm.

People attending will be able to find out more about this small development of approximately 30 homes. They will be able to speak with the project team and also find out what being involved with a community-led housing development means. The will be able to find out about eligibility criteria and be able to register their interest in the properties and getting involved with the project. More »

Cllr Adrian Lawrence, Cabinet Member for Housing, said: "We have received some government funding to provide a community-led housing development. The Sheep Field, near Tesco in Hunstanton, has been identified and will feature approximately 30 homes. These will predominantly be affordable, helping to meet the needs of local people who are finding it increasingly difficult to get on the housing ladder. Preference for these low-cost homes will be given to local people."

"This innovative scheme also means the people who could potentially be living on this site, can get involved in the internal design of the properties as well as forming a community to design some of the external areas and to come up with arrangements for the future management of the site. It is a very different approach and we are very much looking forward to working with the local community on this project."

Anyone unable to attend the drop-in session can still register their interest by getting in touch with Community Housing Delivery Officer Anna Clarke - anna.clarke@north-norfolk.gov.uk. » Less

Mon, 12 Feb 2018 10:00 by Jan Roomes

MAYOR’S COMMUNITY AWARDS 2018

The Mayor Cllr Adrian Winnington is looking to make awards to people in our town who have given their time to help others. Awards will be made in four categories:

Neighbour of the Year

Young Person of the Year

Carer of the Year

Volunteer of the Year.

If you would like to nominate someone for one of these awards please send nominations to the Town Clerk giving the following information:

  1. Your name and your contact details
  2. The name of the person you are nominating and their contact details
  3. The category you are nominating them for
  4. The reason you are nominating them

The closing date for nominations is 28th February.

Sat, 10 Feb 2018 15:02 by Jan Roomes

Views Wanted on Hunstanton Coastal Plan

https://www.west-norfolk.gov.uk/news/article/377/views_wanted_on_hunstanton_coastal_plan

Sat, 10 Feb 2018 15:01 by Jan Roomes

Hunstanton Town Council Welcomes 2 Councillors

At the Hunstanton Town Council Full Council Meeting on Friday 15th December 2017, members welcomed 4 excellent candidates to stand for the 2 vacant position of Town Councillors.

The Mayor Cllr Adrian Winnington had the pleasure of announcing Mrs Maureen Howard and Mr Paul Kidd were the successful candidates and were invited to take their seats with immediate effect.