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Kempsford Parish Council

Welcome to the website of Kempsford Parish Council. We do hope you find your visit helpful and call back regularly as the contents are often updated.

If you have any comments or suggestions (good or bad) do please let us know by contacting the Clerk.

Kempsford Parish consists of the villages of Kempsford and Whelford, and also includes the hamlets of Dunfield and Dudgrove. From the 2011 census we know there are 461 dwellings housing 1,123 people.

Kempsford Parish Council consists of 7 Councillors and a Clerk. Parish Councillors are elected by the residents of the Parish and serve for a term of 4 years. They are not paid and have to declare an interest in a matter if they have a pecuniary or substantial personal interest in it. The Clerk is a paid employee of the Parish Council and acts according to the instruction of the Councillors.

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21 December 2021

Parish Council Meeting

Kempsford Village Hall Tuesday 7:45 pm View Details

Latest Parish News

Storm Arwen - possible disruption

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November 2021
Storm Arwen - possible disruption

Storm Arwen is a developing system as a result of low pressure sitting off the east of Scotland. The Storm will deepen over the next 12-48 hours as it moves south. Showery spells of rain are expected today, but as Storm Arwen intensifies we will see winds gradually increasing and becoming more blustery as the day goes on. This evening and overnight will be a cold night with strong winds blowing from the North with gusts reaching speeds of 40-50 mph or maybe 55 mph in some places. This will lead to disruption to transport, difficult driving conditions, damaged or fallen trees, structural damage and power cuts. Wind speeds of this magnitude are not that unusual for in winter, but the direction of the wind is – and with strong winds that come from unusual directions there tends to be more in terms of tree damage than we would normally expect - and buildings/transport routes that are usually well sheltered from strong winds can be exposed. There is also a risk to temporary and seasonal structures/decorations.

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THE LAKES BY YOO IS EXTENDING THE LAKES CONCEPT INTO 110 ACRES OF NEIGHBOURING FAIRFORD LAND CURRENTLY KNOWN AS LAKES 103 & 104

Lakes 103 & 104

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November 2021
THE LAKES BY YOO IS EXTENDING THE LAKES CONCEPT INTO 110 ACRES OF NEIGHBOURING FAIRFORD LAND CURRENTLY KNOWN AS LAKES 103 & 104

PRESS RELEASE

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19th November: The Lakes by Yoo is partnering with local land owner Cygnet Investments to create a Holiday Home development on a neighbouring 110 acre site.

This extension comprises of four lakes. The largest of the lakes, currently known as Lake 104 will continue to be accessible to the local community and will be renamed as Cotswold Waters.

The current planning consent will see 77 houses built on two existing lakes, 103 and 103A and 69 apartments built on a new lake called Milestone. In future, these lakes will be known as Lily, Malo and Milestone. The overall project will still be referred to as “The Lakes” and the extended estate will be managed by the current Lakes management team.

This extension to the Lakes estate is being developed with the same principles of ecology and conservation at its core. The focus will be on creating beautiful homes while at the same time investing in and improving the existing environment.

Works have already commenced and wherever possible services will be drawn from the immediate locality, namely Fairford and Kempsford.

The existing Lakes estate has historically delivered a significant positive economic contribution to local businesses and this new extension will do the same.

There is also provision for a new leisure facility to be constructed in the future for the benefit of both the residents and the local community, details and timings tbc.

Importantly, a pledge has been made to ensure the continuation of the community access to the land, lakes and footpaths currently enjoyed by local residents.

A responsible and respectful approach to the construction will be maintained at all times.

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