Lubenham Parish Council

Serving the people of Lubenham

Clerk: Kal Budwal
13 The Hawthorns, Lubenham
Market Harborough, Leics
LE16 9TG

Tel: 07768 472668

Author: Diana Cook (Ch)

Lubenham Neighbourhood Plan Referendum Results

Its a yes!

Residents voted in favour of Lubenham Neighbourhood Plan in the referendum held on June 20th. The referendum results published today show 212 voted 'yes' while 15 voted 'no' . The turnout was 24.59%.

Posted: Fri, 21 Jul 2017 09:37 by Diana Cook (Ch)

Tags: Lubenham, News, development

Lubenham Neighbourhood Plan Referendum

Lubenham Neighbourhood Plan Referendum takes place on July 20th residents will be asked to vote yes or no to the question

Do you want Harborough District Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Lubenham to help it decide planning applications in the Neighbourhood area?

If more than 50% of those who vote say 'yes' the plan will be adopted as a statutory planning document and used in determination of... Read More »

Posted: Sat, 01 Jul 2017 09:47 by Diana Cook (Ch)

Tags: Lubenham, development, Neighbourhood Plan, News

Harborough Transport Strategy Consultation Jan 16th to March 24th

Consultation has begun on the Harborough Transport Strategy responses must be made by March 24th. Documents are available online at www.leicestershire.gov.uk/harborough-plans and there will be an exhibition in Harborough Indoor Market on Saturday January 28th. Proposals include changing one way systems in town centre, making St Mary's Road one way and possibly a bypass to link the A 508 Northampton... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 17 Jan 2017 19:24 by Diana Cook (Ch)

Tags: News, Lubenham, transport

New Development on site south of Main Street

Work has started on the development of the site south of Main Street where 28 new homes will be erected.

Posted: Wed, 11 Jan 2017 18:36 by Diana Cook (Ch)

Tags: Lubenham, News, development

Pebble Hall Renewable Energy Generation Facility, Theddingworth

Steam commissioning will be taking place around 25th January 2017 for an anticipated duration of 8 days. The main steam blows will be to the turbine and the bypass line. This will be a daytime only operation. Silencers are used in the process which will reduce the potential for noise impacts. The steam exhausted by the blows is likely to produce plumes of steam that will be visible off site

Posted: Thu, 17 Nov 2016 10:04 by Diana Cook (Ch)

Tags: News, Leicestershire villages