Author: Rachel Graham
Howard Civil Engineering, who are doing the ground works for Olive Lane, have provided an update in the link below. It includes notification of roadworks around the site, and an apology for the power cut on 23 August.
Posted: Wed, 07 Sep 2022 10:48 by Rachel Graham
The next meeting of the Waverley Community Councillors is on Wednesday 7 September at 7pm at the AMP in the Brearly Room.
The agenda for the meeting and the previous draft minutes can be found on the website. As always you are welcome to attend. Please note that access to the AMP is at the side-door. Entry can be gained at 6:45pm onwards and the meeting starts promptly at 7pm.
The WCC and the Waverley... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 01 Sep 2022 20:36 by Rachel Graham
The Community Council has been engaging with RMBC for action on the issue of lack of placements at the Waverley Junior Academy. We attended a cabinet meeting at Rotherham Town Council, wrote to Rotherham Council about how the calculations were made, and spoke with Harworth about this as well as one of the local MPs.
RMBC has written to the Community Council and the Waverley Junior Academy regarding... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 04 Aug 2022 17:32 by Rachel Graham
The WCC has been provided with RMBC's updated Section 106 (Town and Country Planning Act 1990) agreement for Waverley. This is the legal document between RMBC and Harworth which stipulates all build conditions for the development of Waverley.
The WCC is sharing the whole document for residents to refer to when needed. It contains details for the school, parks and green spaces and provision for amenities... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 04 Aug 2022 17:31 by Rachel Graham
Bus service changes - public engagement launches Monday 1 August - South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority (SYMCA) is seeking views from members of the public to make sure they are best using the public money they have to support South Yorkshire's bus network in a public survey, which launches on Monday 1 August.
Why are buses changing in South Yorkshire? - Buses are a lifeline, the backbone of our... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 01 Aug 2022 14:54 by Rachel Graham
As has been previously mentioned in the press David Wilson Homes and Barratt Homes have purchased a plot of land within Waverley. This is the land between Central Park and the Lakeside, they have called it Waverley Waterside.
David Wilson Homes and Barratt Homes are running a consultation about the development, and have created a website specifically for this. Some residents will have been leafleted... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 28 Jul 2022 12:23 by Rachel Graham
The next meeting of the Waverley Community Councillors is on Wednesday 3 August at 7pm at the AMP in the Brearly Room.
The agenda for the meeting and the previous draft minutes can be found on the website. As always you are welcome to attend.
Anyone attending the meeting, please note that access to the AMP is at the back-door. Entry can be gained at 6:45pm onwards and the meeting starts promptly at 7pm.... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 27 Jul 2022 18:08 by Rachel Graham
For clarity with the number 73 bus route: the early morning, evening and Sunday journeys on this service are funded by South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority. These journeys will no longer be available from Sunday 24 July 2022.
The remainder of the service is operated commercially by First South Yorkshire. The timetable can be found here: - 73-74-74a-X74-Rotherham-valid-from-24-July-2022-(PDF-1-1MB).pdf... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 26 Jul 2022 13:25 by Rachel Graham
Did you know that you can sign up to South Yorkshire Police Alerts, called to SYAlerts?
It is a free messaging service that you can receive information about crime prevention as well as crimes in their area. If you are interested please do visit the website www.southyorks.police.uk/sign-up/syp-alerts
Posted: Wed, 20 Jul 2022 16:10 by Rachel Graham
The WCC has been informed by the Rotherham Transport Group, that the number 73 bus route will no longer be served after the current contract expires at the end of the academic year. South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority have invited the provider to extend the current contract and also invited alternative operators to take on this route. Unfortunately, this has been unsuccessful.
Posted: Mon, 18 Jul 2022 12:06 by Rachel Graham