The next residents meeting is scheduled for Wednesday 30th April at Broadheath Primary School. It is due to start at 18.30.
Residents association meeting 18.30 Wednesday 12th March at Broadheath Primary School
The next residents meeting is scheduled for 18.30 on Wednesday 5th February in the Staff Room at Broad Heath Primary School.
The date for the next residents meeting has been set.
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Continuing problem with rubbish being discarded in the river brook channel.
Issues surrounding off road motor bikes.
The next residents association meeting has been confirmed for Tuesday 5th March at 1900 at Broadheath Primary School.
All owners are welcome and invited to attend.
Please be aware that the next Stamford Brook Residents Association meeting is to be held at Broad Heath Primary School in the mobile class room at 7pm on Wednesday 5th December.
All owners are welcome to attend.
Essential Maintenance To Footpaths
As most residents will be aware under the guidance of th Environment Agency and as outlined in the Stamford Brook Altrincham Landscape Management Plan Ref.617.04.009 (rev D) there are required works which need to be completed to the river brook corridor.
Next Meeting Date for Stamford Brook Residents Association.
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As most residents will now most probably be aware there are currently contractors on site planting trees and hedgerows.
Following discussions with the Environment Agency it has been agreed some minor works are required to the brook. These works will be completed in accordance with the TEP document which outlines how the brook should be managed.
We are pleased to announce the formation of the Stamford Brook Residents Association.
Any owner on the Stamford Brook Development can become a member of the Association, and we would welcome as many people as possible to become involved.
The aim of the Residents Association is to allow open discussion in relation to the development and to provide residents with a voice when it comes to issues they are experiencing and as a forum for advice and discussion.
The first meeting is scheduled for Monday 17th October 2011 and information will be posted on the website following the meeting. If you are interested in becoming involved please email email@example.com.
As most residents will probably be aware this Autumn and Winter will see a large increase in the number of trees being planted on site.
Through discussions with The National Trust it has been decided that there are a number of trees and hedge rows that need to be replanted.
In association with the landscape contractor this work is due to be started in the Autumn and Winter of this year.
More information will follow in due course.
As many residents have commented the Himalayan Balsam has become quite dense in the river brook corridor.
This issue is in hand and we are currently negotiating with the Environment Agency to decide how best to remove it from site.
Once this is decide residents will be updated via the website.