Job advert: update

We’ve had a slight rethink on the Neighbourhood Planning Coordinator post we advertised recently. As a result, the person specification has been tweaked so that planning qualifications and/or experience are no longer ‘essential’ but now ‘desirable’. In essence, we are now looking for an efficient administrator who may have some planning knowledge (or is willing to learn on the job) rather than someone with planning qualifications/experience who will do administration. The deadline for applications has been extended to Friday 2 September. If you’re interested, or you know someone who is, you can find full details here.     Continue reading Job advert: update

Could you be our Planning Coordinator?

Or do you know someone else who would be ideal? We are looking for a person who can help us as we begin to move forward in developing policies for our Neighbourhood Plan. It’s a part time post and you can find full details here. Take a look, and if the job is not for you see if there is anyone you could pass the information on to. *Post update 12.08.16: the person specification has been tweaked so that planning qualifications and/or experience are now desirable, not essential, and the deadline has been extended. Continue reading Could you be our Planning Coordinator?

Improving Soho’s environment

Anna Boyle writes: Over the course of our monthly Environment working group meetings, we have all learned a great deal about the environment in Soho. Feedback has come from representatives that many aspects could be improved. We’ve heard of the council’s plans around these topics and about general changes to Soho. We are trying to think about how to future proof improvements in these areas, although this is very difficult to do. Areas chosen for further attention are: Air Quality Greening Recycling Sound Levels We are exploring what local projects to deal with these concerns could be funded by the Community Infrastructure … Continue reading Improving Soho’s environment