Minutes of Meeting and AGM 4th April http://wp.me/P1H9jH-pv
Date of next meeting 6th June 7pm at the Hanover Pub
Parking Consultation . The initial public consultation ended on 6th May 2016. Further details of the results of the consultation will be provided by the Council shortly.
Parking Consultation Frequently Asked Questions http://wp.me/P1H9jH-oT
Council confirm timetable for Parking consultation http://wp.me/P1H9jH-kD
Reminder of the representation made to the Council .
As the result of the transport and parking survey undertaken by residents via Hanover & Elm Grove Local Action Team (HEGLAT), with 1101 surveys returned, we the residents, now ask Brighton & Hove City Council to undertake the development of a mutually agreed proposal. This is to be followed by a consultation on a Controlled Parking Zone in the area, based on the Community Parking Plan as devised and proposed by the residents and HEGLAT. The outline of this Community Parking Plan having already been discussed with, and positively and constructively received by council officers and councillors in meetings prior to this representation.”
Checking on whether a HMO is licensed – How to Guide available https://heglat.wordpress.com/?page_id=1592&preview=true
University’s city shopfront now open
The information centre, at 91 Lewes Road near Sainsbury’s at the Vogue Gyratory, provides a showcase for the University’s range of courses, its research expertise and displays of student work.
Open Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm, the centre is a point of contact for engaging with current students, local residents, businesses, future university students, parents and teachers.
Members of the public will be welcomed through the doors to discuss University news and student accommodation and find out about campus events.
HEGLAT would encourage all residents in our area to use this shopfront as a place where you can call in if you have any issues with students, student behaviour and HMOs.
STREET IMPROVEMENTS SURVEY
The survey http://wp.me/P1H9jH-ow can be downloaded and edited by someone who would like to be a street rep and take responsibility for surveying the residents of their own street to get more ideas about how their street can be improved. Completed surveys can be handed in at HEGLAT meetings or to HEGLAT representatives.