A planning application to build 128 new homes in Greens Norton has been refused planning permission after more than 100 villagers objected to the proposed development. South Northamptonshire Council has refused planning permission for the housing development to the West of Greens Norton for the second time.
The event, run by the Daventry District and South Northamptonshire Community Safety Partnership, will be based outside Daventry Area Community Transport's Mobility Shop and Pitstop in New Street from 10am to 1pm on Wednesday October 26. Representatives from the partnership will man the mobile police station to offer safety advice to trick or treaters as well as residents with concerns about strangers calling at their door after dark. A crew from Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue will also be there to offer tips on the safe use of fireworks and sparklers.
Northampton is one of the lowest ranked local authorities for education standards and health according to a new UK-wide survey. The Legatum Institute has analysed a number of factors in the 389 distructs of the country, such as unemployment rate, child poverty and average salary.
The next step in Brackley's expansion moved a little closer after a developer purchased land with existing permission to build 350 homes. Catalyst is now working with its planning consultants and project architects to submit a reserved matters planning application to South Northamptonshire Council this autumn.
It's the issue that seems to have dominated the Conservative conference - but have party members in Birmingham finally had their fill of Brexit? "There is some level of Brexit fatigue," says 19-year-old Greg Woodbridge, a student from South Northamptonshire, "but it's still the main topic". "Certainly up until March and beyond it's going to be a talking point for years to come."
Plans to build 18 new homes on part of a former haulage yard in Roade have been refused over concerns the application would result in a loss of employment opportunities and affordable housing. South Northamptonshire Council's Development Control Committee agreed with an officer's recommendation to refuse planning permission to build 18 new homes on part of the former Chaplins Transport Haulage Yard located off Stratford Road, Roade.