Friday, 26 July 2013
101876/FO/2013/S1 55 Manchester Road Chorlton Cum Hardy Manchester M21 9PW Change of use from ground floor shop (Class A1) to restaurant and hot food takeaway (sui generis) together with the erection of a single storey rear extension, new shopfront, the installation of a fume
extraction flue, elevational alterations and the creation of a new access
102812/JO/2013/S1 12 Edge Lane Chorlton Manchester M21 9JF
Variation of condition no. 2 attached to planning permission ref: 096370/FO/2011/S1 to allow for alterations to the elevations and layout of the scheme
102898/FH/2013/S1 |7 Buckfast Close Chorlton Manchester M21 0RY
Erection of a two storey extension to rear of property with flat roof and Juliet balcony to side and a raised timber deck at rear of property.
102903/FH/2013/S1 1 Belwood Road Chorlton Manchester M21 8BS
Conversion of hipped roof to gable.
102922/FH/2013/S1 14 High Lane Chorlton Manchester M21 9DF
Erection of roof extension to rear
101826/FH/2013/S1 13 Dartmouth Road Chorlton Manchester M21 8XL Erection of single-storey rear extension with decking and elevational alterations
Saturday, 20 July 2013
Heartbreak’s ingenious and highly energetic adaptation blends both of Lewis Carroll’s volumes (Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass) to produce a fast paced production full of engaging dialogue, inspiring music and magical adventure.
Renowned for their award winning open air theatre, this brand new production is bursting with Heartbreak’s unique combination of interactive and imaginative theatre style that promises to be a captivating treat for all the family.
Tuesday, 16 July 2013
102850/JO/2013/S1 The Spoon Inn 364 Barlow Moor Road Chorlton Manchester M21 8AZ
Variation of condition no.2 attached to planning permission ref: 098348/FU/2012/S1 to allow extended opening hours. Monday to Saturday 8am to midnight and 8am to 11pm Sundays and bank holidays
102712/TPO/2013/S1 11A Lawngreen Avenue Chorlton Manchester M21 8FH
Works to trees as per schedule
102725/FH/2013/S1 18 Hewlett Road Chorlton Manchester M21 9RE
Erection of two-storey side extension following demolition of existing singlestorey extension
102330/FO/2013/S1 Hookahs 320 Barlow Moor Road Chorlton-cum-Hardy Manchester M21 8AY
Part retrospective application for erection canopy to rear and decking area with access ramp to front
102811/TCA/2013/S1 3 Edge Lane Chorlton Manchester M21 9JE
Works to trees
102852/FO/2013/S1 625 Wilbraham Road Chorlton Manchester M21 9JT
Conversion of house into 7 apartments, including the formation of lightwells, with car parking and landscaping.
102875/FH/2013/S1 30 High Lane Chorlton-cum-Hardy Manchester M21 9DZ
Excavation of existing basement and extension of basement and deck to rear, installation of glazed canopy over deck and carport, installation of rooflights and balcony to rear, following demolition of existing carport and extension to rear
102645/FH/2013/S1 5 Sandy Lane Chorlton Manchester M21 8TL Alterations to roof to form a gable roof from a hipped roof and installation of dormer to rear
Dig the City is back with an even more adventurous programme than last year. Now in it’s second year the event promises even more. With activities for children, talks from celebrity gardeners, meadows, show gardens and a even a disco, the event is jam packed. To find out more follow the link.
We are looking for your help.
29 July – 2 Aug 2013 - Creating the Festival - assembling the gardens. This will involve digging, planting and creating the vision for the festival. Please note this work will get dirty, you will need to wear appropriate clothing and footwear.
3 – 11 Aug 2013 - Show Time - get involved, help us with community activities , signpost people to other festival areas. You will be provided with a briefing pack containing information about the Gardens and a Dig the City 2013 T shirt.
12- 15 Aug 2013 – Breakdown - Help us pack up for another year. Please note this work will get dirty, you will need to wear appropriate clothing and footwear.
Volunteers for these roles are needed for any time of 2 hours or more; or whatever you can commit from 9.00 am - 5:00 pm.
Tel: Jayne Baker 0161 274 6229
Please included your name, telephone number and email address along with dates and times you want to help out
If you have any queries please contact Jayne Baker on the above number.
Monday, 15 July 2013
He received the award from House of Commons Speaker John Bercow at an event organised by the Patchwork Foundation.
The Patchwork Foundation is the first BME charity to ever give awards out, following nominations from members of the public, and applications considered by an independent judging panel. John was chosen out of over a dozen Lib Dem MP’s nominated.
John is one of four MP’s being considered for the overall top prize of “MP of the Year”, which will be announced later tonight.
John Leech MP said today,
“I just want to do the best I can to represent my constituents in south Manchester. I really appreciate this honour because it comes from Independent judges and an BME charity, the Patchwork foundation, that campaigns tirelessly for a more equal and integrated society.”
“I see this award as recognition of the importance of the campaigning work done by many MPs, charities and faith groups across Manchester and the rest of the country.”
'I want to congratulate Patchwork Foundation for all the excellent work they have done over the last 12 months to help encourage the positive integration of deprived and minority communities into British political society and for establishing the ground breaking awards. I also congratulate all the Liberal Democrat Members of Parliament on their nominations as MP of the Year and especially John Leech for winning the Liberal Democrat MP of the Year Award.
John has been a tireless champion for this constituents for over 8 years and has ensured that he has represented all the views of those communities traditional excluded by the political process. John is a fantastic example of how Liberal Democrat Members of Parliament believe it is important we work with all our deprived and minority communities to help build a stronger economy and fairer society.'