Tag Archives: s106

Invitation to tender for path surfacing works

 

Transition Monmouth with Wyesham community woodland project, invite any path surfacing contractors to tender for the attached brief.
The deadline for submissions is the 13th August 2017.
All details should be covered within the brief, however if you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact us

NB: to download a copy of the plan, please right click on the ‘plan’ link below and select ‘save target as’.

Path Surfacing works brief 2017b

plan

 

Path surfacing work Plan 2017

 

 

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S106 grant application a success and general update

The application for funding was agreed at Monmouthshire County Councils, Cabinet Meeting, on the 4th June 2014, and passed calling in, on the 14th. We have been awarded £21,000 of the £22,120 applied for.  As soon as I recieve full details of what the next steps are we will need to call a meeting/hold a dicsussion on the way forward.  Minutes of meeting and Decision log available here: http://www.monmouthshire.gov.uk/meetings/event/cabinet-3/

I have been in contact with Renew Wales and signed up for their mentoring scheme, which will provide invaluable support to the community,  towards, amongst other things, managing the woodland over the long term.  website: www.renewwales.org.uk   

The next step whilst waiting on the s106 application details is to come up with a  name for the woodland, a few ideas, already out in the community are:  Wyesham woods, Wyesham Community woodland, Claypatch woods, Brickyard woods, Doggy field 😉 etc
once we have a few neames together I will put together a survey.

thanks all

Application submitted for s106 funding

Using the results of the survey as a guide and due to the tight deadline we have submitted an application to Monmouthshire County Council  to potentially allocate money from the section 106 funding pot. I have attached a copy of the applicaiton here:
 Monmouth S106 Application Form web version 
Also a copy of the site plan submitted with the application here:
Current and proposed site plan

Nothing is set in stone however should the bid be successful it will be even more important that a steering group be formed to manage the project going forward.