Mar 21 2015
The Public Consultation for the Appraisal and Management Plan for the Ethelburt Avenue (Bassett Green Estate) Conservation Area is from 5 March to 17 April 2015. See the City Council’s web page for this consultation.
There is a feedback form which enables people to write freeform text rather than simply answer yes/no questions. However, letters and e-mails will of course be taken into account. These should be sent to
Historic Environment Team,
or emailed to
Following the public meeting on Thursday 5th March, response was received by email from Kevin White the Historic Environment Team Leader.
Chairman: Ray George, 75 Bassett Green Rd
Secretary: Debbie Smith, 74 Bassett Green Rd
Treasurer: Andy Sharvill
Anne Dempsey, 66 Ethelburt Ave
Robert Williams, 74 Ethelburt Avenue
Field Close: Robert Angell, 2 Field Close
Tree Planting Sub-Committee
Non-Committee Representatives for Ethelburt Avenue
Do you have something to share with other residents? Something informative or amusing, a point of view, a grumble or perhaps a query?
Email your contribution to the Newsletter.
by Steve and Mary McInally – 70 Ethelburt Ave
We would like to thank everyone who braved the cold and joined in the carols in Ethelburt Avenue on 22nd December. There must have been around 50 people who came along and Ocean Brass were ever so good. A lovely festive evening was had by all and we will definitely do it again next year.
I’m sure residents wish to thank Steve & Mary – Ed.
A class room at St George’s School proved a more suitable size for our AGM on 24th November than rattling around in a hall that is too big for us. We were well looked after by Andy Leach, the school’s Site Manager. He and James Habberley, the Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for school management would like to understand more fully the impact the school has on the local residents and how we can work together to look into any concerns.
It was a great disappointment when our after-AGM speaker forgot to come.
Kevin White, Historic Environment Group Leader emailed to say that the Council’s Graphics Department had produced the draft of the Appraisal and Management Plan for public consultation. The six week consultation period will be launched with a public meeting, probably in early March. When this has been arranged, we will deliver invitations around the Conservation Area. In the meantime, you can have a preview of the consultation draft by following the link at
The HCERA Committee has decided not to hold an Open Gardens Day this year and confirmed the practice of holding this event on alternate years. This provides you with a great opportunity to get your garden ready for next year.