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Re: Marple Area Committee Meetings [Until 6 April 2022]
« Reply #81 on: June 17, 2021, 05:58:25 AM »
The agenda for the Marple Area Committee Meeting on Wednesday 23 June has been published.

The meeting starts at 6pm in the Town Hall Council Chamber. In the light of the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic and the consequent limited capacity of many of the council's meeting rooms, members of the public are strongly encouraged to watch the public webcast rather than attend the meeting in person unless you are attending for the purposes of public speaking on planning applications.

As we've been advised by @Steve Gribbon, this meeting will see him elected as Chair for the coming year. This month is a lengthy agenda including a report on the High Lane Neighbourhood Plan.

The press and public are able to follow the proceedings by watching the live webcast of the meeting.

Watch LIVE via this link, or afterwards on catch-up: http://democracy.stockport.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?MId=27501&EVT=101&DT=A

Note that the Web Casts are embedded in the meeting agendas.

There's a page about Marple AC that tries to explain in simple terms what they do and how you can get involved here:

http://www.marple.website/marple-area-committee.html



The page includes a map of the Marple Wards so you can see exactly where the boundaries of Marple North and Marple South and High Lane are. It also features a live feed from the Stockport Council web site at the bottom that shows links to the latest agendas issued, meetings held etc.

There is also a shortcut link to the Marple Area Committee page on the council site: www.stockport.gov.uk/mac

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Re: Marple Area Committee
« Reply #80 on: June 07, 2021, 08:29:09 AM »
Thank you for the explanation.

My pleasure, happy to help

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« Reply #79 on: June 06, 2021, 11:52:36 AM »
Thank you for the explanation.


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« Reply #78 on: June 06, 2021, 09:59:57 AM »
Good morning. I have raised this question with the democratic services department, this is the answer I received:

Good Afternoon Councillor Gribbon, thank you for your email. 
 
We have four area committees that would ordinarily take place outside the Town Hall during area committee week.  Most of these venues would be unable to accommodate the committee, officers and members of the public while socially distanced.
 
Accommodation within the civic complex for this first cycle of meetings also has the benefit of being appropriately staffed and covid-19 risk assessed to ensure that each meeting room is covid-secure and has been appropriately sanitised before anyone has been admitted to the meeting.  Moreover, there is on-site  staffing in place at town hall reception to manage members of the public should numbers exceed the stated capacity of the room.
 
The capacity limitations of external venues, coupled with the above logistical issues has led us to conclude that it would be helpful for us to apply a consistent approach to the management of risk across all area committees, and therefore conclude that until such a point that social distancing rules have been relaxed, (which may be post 21 June 2021) the civic complex is the most appropriate venue.


I can see the point from a ‘safety first’ side but we will be looking forward to coming home for the following meetings and I have made this clear to the services department.

Kind regards and stay safe

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Re: Marple Area Committee
« Reply #77 on: June 05, 2021, 02:50:58 PM »
Presumably because this idiot government have decreed that council meetings can no longer be held via zoom but have now to return to in person events no matter what the risk to the public, staff or elected members and no Marple venue can be guaranteed to be safe and is large enough to accommodate a large public audience.

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« Reply #76 on: June 04, 2021, 06:57:34 PM »
In the Town Hall? Not in Marple? Is there a reason for that?


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« Reply #75 on: June 02, 2021, 01:58:53 PM »
Good afternoon

I am delighted to have been selected as the chair for Marple Area Committee meetings.

For your information the next meeting is 6pm on Wednesday 23rd June. When the agenda is available I shall update on here unless admin kindly does this first.

Should you wish to ask a question during the public engagement section there is an online form available

https://interactive.stockport.gov.uk/contents/councilquestions/

The meetings will be conducted in the Town Hall but will be online for those who wish to watch. Later in the year I am hoping to have a section where school pupils can get involved with local matters, I have contacted all local school heads regarding this.

We look forward to seeing you online.

Kind regards

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Re: Marple Area Committee Meetings [Until 6 April 2022]
« Reply #74 on: April 19, 2021, 06:20:25 AM »
The agenda for the Marple Area Committee Meeting on Wednesday 21 April has been published.

The meeting starts at 6pm and in the light of government guidance on social-distancing and the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, this meeting will be held remotely.

The press and public are able to follow the proceedings by watching the live webcast of the meeting.

Watch LIVE via this link, or afterwards on catch-up: http://democracy.stockport.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=138&MId=27224&Ver=4

Vigilant visitors may notice that I forget to promote the last meeting on 10 March. You can still watch via this link:

http://democracy.stockport.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=138&MId=27223&Ver=4 

Note that the Web Casts are embedded in the meeting agendas.

There's a page about Marple AC that tries to explain in simple terms what they do and how you can get involved here:

http://www.marple.website/marple-area-committee.html

The page includes a map of the Marple Wards so you can see exactly where the boundaries of Marple North and Marple South and High Lane are. It also features a live feed from the Stockport Council web site at the bottom that shows links to the latest agendas issued, meetings held etc.

There is also a shortcut link to the Marple Area Committee page on the council site: www.stockport.gov.uk/mac

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Re: Marple Area Committee Meetings [Until 6 April 2022]
« Reply #73 on: January 27, 2021, 01:37:16 PM »
The agenda for the Marple Area Committee Meeting on Wednesday 3 February has been published.

The meeting starts at 6pm and in the light of government guidance on social-distancing and the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, this meeting will be held remotely.

The press and public are able to follow the proceedings by watching the live webcast of the meeting.

Items that may be of interest include a significant development at the former Compstall Printworks being considered for planning approval.

Watch LIVE via this link, or afterwards on catch-up: http://democracy.stockport.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?MId=27222&EVT=101&DT=A

Note that the Web Casts are embedded in the meeting agendas.

There's a page about Marple AC that tries to explain in simple terms what they do and how you can get involved here:

http://www.marple.website/marple-area-committee.html

The page includes a map of the Marple Wards so you can see exactly where the boundaries of Marple North and Marple South and High Lane are. It also features a live feed from the Stockport Council web site at the bottom that shows links to the latest agendas issued, meetings held etc.

There is also a shortcut link to the Marple Area Committee page on the council site: www.stockport.gov.uk/mac

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Re: Marple Area Committee Meetings [Until 6 April 2022]
« Reply #72 on: December 11, 2020, 07:17:56 AM »
The agenda for the Marple Area Committee Meeting on Wednesday 16 December has been published.

The meeting starts at 6pm and in the light of government guidance on social-distancing and the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, this meeting will be held remotely. The press and public are able to follow the proceedings by watching the live webcast of the meeting.

Watch LIVE via this link, or afterwards on catch-up: http://democracy.stockport.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?MId=27221&EVT=101&DT=A

Note that the Web Casts are embedded in the meeting agendas.

There's a page about Marple AC that tries to explain in simple terms what they do and how you can get involved here:

http://www.marple.website/marple-area-committee.html

The page includes a map of the Marple Wards so you can see exactly where the boundaries of Marple North and Marple South and High Lane are. It also features a live feed from the Stockport Council web site at the bottom that shows links to the latest agendas issued, meetings held etc.

There is also a shortcut link to the Marple Area Committee page on the council site: www.stockport.gov.uk/mac

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Re: Marple Area Committee Meetings [Until 6 April 2022]
« Reply #71 on: November 06, 2020, 05:38:12 AM »
The agenda for the Marple Area Committee Meeting on Wednesday 11 November has been published.

The meeting starts at 6pm and in the light of government guidance on social-distancing and the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, this meeting will be held remotely. The press and public are able to follow the proceedings by watching the live webcast of the meeting.

Watch LIVE via this link, or afterwards on catch-up: http://democracy.stockport.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?MId=27220&EVT=101&DT=A

Note that the Web Casts are embedded in the meeting agendas.

There's a page about Marple AC that tries to explain in simple terms what they do and how you can get involved here:

http://www.marple.website/marple-area-committee.html

The page includes a map of the Marple Wards so you can see exactly where the boundaries of Marple North and Marple South and High Lane are. It also features a live feed from the Stockport Council web site at the bottom that shows links to the latest agendas issued, meetings held etc.

There is also a shortcut link to the Marple Area Committee page on the council site: www.stockport.gov.uk/mac

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Re: Marple Area Committee Meetings [Until 6 April 2022]
« Reply #70 on: September 26, 2020, 08:47:42 AM »
The agenda for the Marple Area Committee Meeting on Wednesday 30 September has been published.

The meeting starts at 6pm and in the light of government guidance on social-distancing and the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, this meeting will be held remotely. The press and public are able to follow the proceedings by watching the live webcast of the meeting.

One the interesting items on this agenda is the Open Forum: 

Churches Together in Marple and Marple, Mellor & Marple Bridge Energy Saving Strategy (MESS) indicated that they wished to address the Area Committee as part of the Open Forum arrangements regarding “Litter in Marple”.

Another is that the Sportsman in Strines has been nominated as an Asset of Community Value, which could be the precursor to a community take-over if we're lucky!

Watch LIVE via this link, or afterwards on catch-up: http://democracy.stockport.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?MId=27219&EVT=101&DT=A

Note that the Web Casts are now embedded in the meeting agendas.

There's a page about Marple AC that tries to explain in simple terms what they do and how you can get involved here:

http://www.marple.website/marple-area-committee.html

The page includes a map of the Marple Wards so you can see exactly where the boundaries of Marple North and Marple South and High Lane are. It also features a live feed from the Stockport Council web site at the bottom that shows links to the latest agendas issued, meetings held etc.

There is also a shortcut link to the Marple Area Committee page on the council site: www.stockport.gov.uk/mac

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Re: Marple Area Committee Meetings [Until 6 April 2022]
« Reply #69 on: August 29, 2020, 06:53:23 AM »
Extraordinary, Marple Area Committee: Wednesday, 2nd September, 2020 6.00 pm

Councillor Call for Action (CCfA) - Temporary Withdrawal of the rail service on the on the Rose Hill Line

Under the provisions of CP12 in the Constitution ‘Councillor Call for Action (CCfA) – Protocol’, Councillor Lisa Smart has submitted a CCfA in connection with the announcement that Northern Trains are withdrawing the rail service on the Rose Hill line for three months from 14 September 2020. This will mean no service from Rose Hill or Woodley stations and a substantial reduction in service from Romiley station.

Over 5,400 people have signed a petition against this withdrawal of service.

Under the terms of the Constitution: the Area Committee may decide to:-

(a)  Assist with the resolution of the issue if it has the necessary power within its terms of reference and delegated budgets.
(b)  Make recommendations to the appropriate Cabinet Member or Corporate Director.
(c)  Establish a working group to look at the issue in more detail i.e. undertake a local scrutiny review of the issue.
(d)  Take no further action but give reasons as to why it has decided to take no further action.
(e)  A combination of the above.

Members are invited to debate the issue and agree the way forward as set out at (a) – (e) above.

This will be a webcast remote meeting

Watch live or on catch-up here: http://democracy.stockport.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?MId=27839&EVT=101&DT=A

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Re: Marple Area Committee Meetings [Until 6 April 2022]
« Reply #68 on: August 14, 2020, 04:00:52 PM »
The agenda for the Marple Area Committee Meeting on Wednesday 19 August has been published.

The meeting starts at 6pm and in the light of government guidance on social-distancing and the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, this meeting will be held remotely. The press and public are able to follow the proceedings by watching the live webcast of the meeting.

One very interesting item on this agenda is the planning application for development of the former RBS building on Market Street: 

"Conversion of ground floor from Bank (Use Class A2) to Restaurant/Bar (Use Class A3/A4), together with demolition of existing first floor and replacement with new extension to provide 4 no. apartments at first floor and second floor level."

Watch LIVE via this link, or afterwards on catch-up: http://democracy.stockport.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?MId=27218&EVT=101&DT=A

Note that the Web Casts are now embedded in the meeting agendas.

There's a page about Marple AC that tries to explain in simple terms what they do and how you can get involved here:

http://www.marple.website/marple-area-committee.html

The page includes a map of the Marple Wards so you can see exactly where the boundaries of Marple North and Marple South and High Lane are. It also features a live feed from the Stockport Council web site at the bottom that shows links to the latest agendas issued, meetings held etc.

There is also a shortcut link to the Marple Area Committee page on the council site: www.stockport.gov.uk/mac

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Re: Marple Area Committee Meetings [Until 6 April 2022]
« Reply #67 on: July 20, 2020, 08:21:47 AM »
The agenda for the Marple Area Committee Meeting on Wednesday 22 July has been published.

The meeting starts at 6pm and in the light of government guidance on social-distancing and the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, this meeting will be held remotely. The press and public are able to follow the proceedings by watching the live webcast of the meeting. Watch LIVE via this link, or afterwards on catch-up:

http://democracy.stockport.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?MId=27217&EVT=101&DT=A

Note that the Web Casts are now embedded in the meeting agendas.

There's a page about Marple AC that tries to explain in simple terms what they do and how you can get involved here:

http://www.marple.website/marple-area-committee.html

The page includes a map of the Marple Wards so you can see exactly where the boundaries of Marple North and Marple South and High Lane are. It also features a live feed from the Stockport Council web site at the bottom that shows links to the latest agendas issued, meetings held etc.

There is also a shortcut link to the Marple Area Committee page on the council site: www.stockport.gov.uk/mac