The Station House Mews - Application to Establish a Neighbourhood Forum and Neighbourhood Area
We will appreciate your support for our Community Right to Build Order application.
Below and on Enfield Council website are some information with regards to our Station House Mews - Application to Establish a Neighbourhood Forum and Neighbourhood Area for your perusal.
What is Community Right to Build Order? - is a type of neighbourhood development order which gives community organisations the power to deliver development the local communities want without the need to apply for planning permission. For example, communities may wish to build new affordable homes or new community amenities. Receipts from development stay within the community and are used for community benefit, for example to provide and maintain community facilities. To be eligible to develop a Community Right to Build Order at least one half of the community organisation’s members must live in the area and the process is similar to that of a Neighbourhood Development Plan
Our applications to establish a Neighbourhood Area and Neighbourhood Forum within London Borough of Enfield under the Localism Act 2011 and Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.
Enfield Council is in receipt of applications to:-
(i) Establish a Neighbourhood Area, to be known as Station House Mews Neighbourhood Area, and
(ii) Set-up a Neighbourhood Forum, to be known as KLC Business Assembly
These applications include a written constitution and an OS based map showing the extent of the proposed Neighbourhood Area.
If these applications are agreed by the Council the Neighbourhood Forum will be able to undertake neighbourhood planning within the Neighbourhood Area. If the Neighbourhood Forum is designated, no other body may be designated for that Neighbourhood Area until designation expires or is withdrawn.
If you wish to see hard copies of these documents these can be viewed at Edmonton Green Library and Enfield Civic Centre.
Click this link for full detail: http://www.enfield.gov.uk/info/200057/planning_policy/2403/what_is_neighbourhood_planning
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O"-Bay Community Trust is a voluntary organisation with its head office in the London Borough of Enfield, North London.
The Trust was founded on a national basis initially to support members of the Nigerian community, British Citizens of Nigerian descent and the local resident. We are a BME lead organisation, we provide generic services to our services users, members, and clients who are local residents; irrespective of their race, colour, gender, sexual orientation or religious believes. We work and provide our services on a first-come-first-serve basis to those in need of our services, be it black or white to ensure community cohesion and integrations.
O"-Bay also provides confidential and impartial advice, information, signposting/referral and guidance on issues relating to education, welfare rights, Immigration services, Housing, Debt, Health Promotion, and the environment. We organise multicultural events for our local community, plus celebrate BAME cultural heritage events. We run weekend supplementary classes for children aged 8 to 15 in English, French, Maths, Science and ICT. For unemployed Local resident, we provide PC Refurbishment, IT training, ESOL lessons, workshops on interview techniques, CV writing etc. We also offer representations and support the creation and development of new and existing community enterprises etc., of youth music and dance development workshops and talent showcases.
O"-Bay Community Trust was established in March 1990, Companies house registrations in England and Wales as a company limited by guarantee on 4 April 2002, (Company no. 4409583) and registered with the Charity Commission as a community and voluntary charitable group on the 22nd April 2004 (Charity Commission no. 1103339: amended A&M on 24 July 2006). Obtained Office of the Immigration Service Commissioner exemption in 2004; No N200400014.
For an overview of the projects we currently run, click on the button ‘Current Projects’. For an overview of the projects we have done in the past, click the button ‘Completed Projects’. For other information, click any of the other buttons.
To support and join our organisation, click here to complete online membership application form.