The presentations and site plan for the proposed NP development at StAnn’s Chapel are available in the DOCUMENTS section of the NP GROUP: Click on Neighbourhood Plan tab on front page of website then >DOCUMENTS > select CATEGORIES or scan list of documents
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MINUTES (REVISED) OF THE BIGBURY PARISH NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN STEERING GROUP MEETING of MONDAY, 17 SEPTEMBER 2018 are now available under the NP tab on the front page of this website.
Select Neighburhood Plan from MENU bar >DOCUMENTS >CATEGORY Steering Group Minutes >select file
Valerie Scott, Chair of the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group, has added an important message to all parishioners concerning a consultation on our Heritage Assets. Please read the message and see the list and photograohs of proposed Assets under the Neighbourhood Plan tab > documents > Heritage Assets category > select relevant document.
The report is listed in the DOCUMENTS section of Neighbourhood Plan. Select NP tab on home page>documents>categories (Reports)> select relevant file by date.
The Minutes are available for scrutiny in DOCUMENTS. Select Neighburhood Plan from MENU bar >DOCUMENTS >CATEGORY Steering Group Minutes >select file
The latest NP report features in the DOCUMENT section of the NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN.
Click on the NP header > DOCUMENTS > CATEGORIES > REPORTS
Bigbury Bay Golf Club Ltd Registered No. 6929632 Vat No. 236 1893 93
As you may know, I was asked by our Chairman to continue to maintain the relationship with our landlord since the Bantham Estate was purchased by Nicholas Johnston. Stephen and I have been steadily working toward replacing the highly restrictive lease that would otherwise remain in place until 2030 and includes some very challenging financial obligations.
We are delighted to advise you that Nicholas Johnston has agreed to the basic principles of a joint long term strategy that will help secure the future of our Club. I have explained some key elements below and ask you to please share these as widely as possible to ensure all members and especially potential members understand this positive development.
1) Nicholas Johnston continues to express his great appreciation that our Golf Club is an important part of his Estate. He has again confirmed that he has no desire to use the course for any other reasons. He specifically has no intention to use the course to extend the pheasant shoot, or for building purposes or any activity that would interfere with golf in any way. His ambition is for the Club to remain a prosperous Member owned and run asset, as we are now.
2) We are actively working with the Estate on the details of our joint strategy which includes an entirely new long term lease. We have a shared intention to complete this work over the next few months.
3) We have the Estates assurance that providing the strategy is successfully delivered, all outstanding deferred rent payments will be cancelled.
4) As an interim gesture of his commitment to the Club, Nicholas has also agreed to an additional reduction in our rent payments. This is a generous offer and underpins his support for the Club and the local community, and his ambition for Bigbury Golf Club to remain a vibrant business.
5) The Estate have agreed that a permanent Air Ambulance Landing Site will be created between the carpark and practice bunker. This again demonstrates the Estates view of our Club as an important community asset that they wish to support.
The financial generosity offered to the Club as part of the strategy will need to be balanced by the successful development of a limited and contained residential scheme on the Estate, but outside the Golf Course boundary. The Estate will be progressing this scheme over the next 12 months.
We will be releasing a press announcement jointly with the Estate, building on these key points.
In recent months many of us have been greatly troubled to hear of all sorts of ridiculous rumours circulating about the relationship between our landlord and the Club, none of which have been constructive. We hope that this very clear and positive statement will squash these rumours and demonstrate to all those interested that we continue to build a solid future. Please do your best to immediately correct any negative and unfounded discussion which can only damage our Club.
Richard Adcock and Stephen Price