RESIDENT CONSULTATION ON DESIGN GUIDE

  • The LVCA has been in discussions with BVT regarding the future shape of the Stewardship scheme. We are aware of the high levels of discontent amongst some residents with the scheme and that some would like to see the scheme scrapped. Realistically, we don't think there is a legal route to achieve this. However, we have a meeting, with an Independent Facilitator on the 20th October to discuss the future shape of the scheme. We would like to gauge the sentiments of the residents about the possible options. Please click here to give use your vote!

Jim Weir

Jim Weir
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As many of you know, we are in the process of revamping the design guide. It is currently vague on some areas and we think residents need more information about what they can or cannot do under the current guide. I have started to post discussion on this thread about the issues, but we are planning to have a community meeting. Can people let us know when would be a good time to meet. It will cover issues such as satellite dishes, bins, parking spaces, windows, doors, extensions, garden decking, fencing, for sale signs, etc.

We are also seeking residents who feel strongly about this to come and join a working group. It will be able to be done online and through meetings and don't worry if you can only attend intermittantly. Our aim is to be able to get as much feedback as possible.

If you have ever complained about any of these things.... now is the time to feed in your feedback.
 
Oct 3, 2017
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As many of you know, we are in the process of revamping the design guide. It is currently vague on some areas and we think residents need more information about what they can or cannot do under the current guide. I have started to post discussion on this thread about the issues, but we are planning to have a community meeting. Can people let us know when would be a good time to meet. It will cover issues such as satellite dishes, bins, parking spaces, windows, doors, extensions, garden decking, fencing, for sale signs, etc.

We are also seeking residents who feel strongly about this to come and join a working group. It will be able to be done online and through meetings and don't worry if you can only attend intermittantly. Our aim is to be able to get as much feedback as possible.

If you have ever complained about any of these things.... now is the time to feed in your feedback.
Im happy to help. Cant post option in theis though. Id say weekday evening or sat pm
 

Jim Weir

Jim Weir
Staff member
Admin
Oct 1, 2017
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3 Church Croft, Lawley Village
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As many of you will know, the residents group have been working on a revised Design Guide setting out the rules for changes to property, etc. We now have a version will will go before the Lawley Village Management Committee on 20th June for approval. If you have any concerns or comments regarding this proposal, please can you let us know by June 11th, so we can discuss them before the final vote.

Thanks

Jim Weir
 

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All seems fine and appropriate to me, except I dont agree with having to seek approval for a burglar alarm. Where matters of security are concerned, it should be a given that it is permitted. The whole point of an alarm is that it is visible and therefore goes against the principles of the design guide anyway.