Woodham Ferrers is a small village about 7.5 miles (12 km) south east of Chelmsford, located between South Woodham Ferrers and Bicknacre. The village is served by St. Marys C of E Primary School, St. Mary’s Church, situated at the south end of the village, was recorded in the Domesday Book in 1066.
Bicknacre is approximately 4 miles (6.5 km) north of South Woodham Ferrers and 5.7 miles (9.2 km) south east of the City of Chelmsford. The arch is all that remains of the 12th century Bicknacre Priory. The Arch and the surrounding fields, known as Priory Fields, are looked after by a voluntary group called the Friends of Priory Fields. The Parish has two village halls.
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Cllr Flack reported at the Parish Council Meeting of the 7th October details of the Chelmsford City Council 2021-2026 Housing Assessment and 4 areas in Bicknacre are included. Full details at www.chelmsford.gov.uk/call-for-sites.
Woodham Ferrers & Bicknacre Parish Council took part in the pilot scheme facilitated by the Essex Association of Local Councils and we received notification of meeting the Foundation Level on 6th December 2014. A great achievement… please see attached supporting information. Once we have all our Councillors as elected members we can go for Quality Standard!
Notification letter from EALC see here
Supporting documentation see here
We will be applying for Quality Status in October 2015:
Local Council Award Scheme – Application for Quality Standard
Councillors resolve that the documentation is in place and Clerk to apply in due course.
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Address: c/o Woodham Ferrers Village Hall,Main Road,Woodham Ferrers,Essex, CM3 8RW
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THE PARISH COUNCIL RESOLVED NOT TO SUPPORT THE GLADMAN APPLICATION TO BUILD 110 HOUSES IN BICKNACRE.
THE FULL REPORT FROM THE PARISH COUNCIL MEETING OF 13TH JANUARY 2015 CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM HERE
THE OUTLINE PLANNING APPLICATION HAS BEEN RECEIVED BY THE PARISH COUNCIL:
For your information and comments the following application is available to view on Chelmsford City Council Consultee Access:
Reference: 14/01976/OUT Address: Horseshoe Farm Main Road Bicknacre Chelmsford
Description of works: Outline application for residential development of up to 110 dwellings, land for doctors surgery, open space, landscaping, ancillary infrastructure and means of access. (All matters reserved except access).
Planning and Development Management Chelmsford City Council www.chelmsford.gov.uk
PLEASE GO ON LINE AND LODGE YOUR VIEWS (ANY ALREADY RECEIVED BY THE PARISH CLERK WILL BE FORWARDED) OR SEND TO THE CLERK.
COMMENTS OR OPINIONS CAN BE ADDRESSED THROUGH THE FOLLOWING CHANNELS:
BICKNACRE CONSULTATION LEAFTLET.. CLICK HERE
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DETAILS OF THE PROPOSAL.. CLICK HERE
GLADMAN RESPONSE TO QUESTIONS AT THE PARISH COUNCIL MEETING OF 4TH NOVEMBER CAN BE VIEWED HERE
The Parish Council is aware that there has been an increase in incidents of vandalism and anti-social behaviour in The Grove/Lyndhurst Drive/ the Hooe Playing Field & Priory Playing Fields
We have taken as many steps as we can to try and curb these incidences and the local PCSO has been monitoring the situation as best she can. This is obviously restricted to the amount of time available given the large area that each PCSO is responsible for.
We have also requested assistance from the Police helicopter over both the Hooe and Priory Playing fields where there have also been problems.
We would like to ask you help in identifying any incidents of vandalism or anti-social behaviour wherever and whenever they occur by telephoning the local Police on 101 and reporting anything that you can and getting an incident number.
You may have to leave a message for them to call back.
Alternatively you can call the PCSO on 07711 147171.
The more information that can be provided the more likely it is that those responsible can be identified and then the Police can take appropriate action.