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Fairfield Parish Council

The next meeting of the  Fairfield Parish Council will take place on Thursday, July 11th in Hall 3 of the Community Centre at 7.30p.m. All are invited to attend to observe.

Social Events

For pictures from all social events
click on the left hand Events Gallery link.

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FPRA AGM, Thursday March 27th, 2014

The AGM of the FPRA is on Thursday at 7.30p.m. and will precede the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council. Minutes and a Financial report can be downloaded by clicking on the links.

Quiz Night Entry forms

The next highly popular quiz might will be held on saturday March 29th, 2014 in the Community Hall. Teams of four or six are invited to attend or you can go along and be teamed up on the night. An entry form can be downloaded here.

Bus Service changes

Bus services change as from September 9. The revised timetable for service 97 that links Fairfield with Letchworth and then Hitchin can be downloaded here.

Gypsy and Traveller Response

Fairfield Parish Council and Fairfield Park Residents Association have now deposited their response to Central Bedfordshire Council's proposal to recommend a site at Lower Wilbury Farm as possible future site for 10 pitches for gypsies and travellers.

A copy of the report can be downloaded or opened from this link.

Central Bedfordshire are now having a re-think on their policy and of the sites and the whole matter is going to be reviewed early in 2014.

Adoption of Roads

The up-to-date position as at February 2013 is that Dickens Boulevard, and Bronte Avenue have now been finally adopted and are now vested in Central Bedfordshire Council. Faraday Gardens, Paxton Drive and Stephensons Walk have also now been adopted

Section 38 agreements are in place in for:- Hardy Way, Fleming Drive and Nightingale Way

We have been advised that the Section 38 agreement for Kipling Crescent is imminent and should be completed by June 2013.

We are pressing all developers to get Section 38s in place for the rest of the Park.  It is evident that there is now more progress towards this and it is clear from contact with developers that there is real intent to do so as soon as administratively possible.

All sewers on the Park – save only the Western Pumping Station – have now been adopted by Anglian water and are their responsibility.

 

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