Although in theory, the allotments on Gamesley should have been the simplest to get in use, as they are proposed for council owned land. The reality due to issues with some of the lottery funding that helped create the Roman Gardens is slightly different and despite the efforts of all involved it’s taking some time […]
The next meeting of the council’s development control committee, next Monday (7th November) could almost be billed as a Glossopdale special given that out of the 5 applications for consideration 4 are from Glossopdale. The first is for the development at the former Samas Roneo site (and we will come back to that in more detail […]
Glossopdale’s Labour Councillors are giving local residents a chance to question their councillors whilst out shopping this coming Saturday at a unique new surgery venue. The chance comes from their first combined councillor’s surgery at the front of Glossop’s Market Arcade across from Norfolk Sqaure. The surgery which is running this Saturday (24th September) from […]
Tuesday evening saw the second trip of the week over to Buxton. This time for a meeting of the Regeneration Select Committee, which although taking place in Buxton the agenda for the meeting consisted largely of items about Glossop, with reports on the design and place making strategy, and the review of Glossop parking. Image […]
Just for the avoidance of doubt for anyone, that has heard me say it, I am in no way responsible for the save the Ferro Alloy’s Chimney letter in this week’s Glossop Chronicle. Although I have on occassions joked that at some point we would see a save the chimney group being formed, I did’nt […]
Congratulations to Whitfield Labour Councillor Graham Oakley who was elected as Mayor of the High Peak on Tuesday. Graham who has been a councillor for Whitfield since the 2007 elections has previously servered as a councillor in Simmondley and was until his recent retirement a teacher at the Duke of Norfolk School in Glossop.