As from Monday 4th September, the following buses will change bus company from HTL to Arriva.
The links for the updated timetables are below:-
The 166/188 is awaiting and updated timetable.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT VACANCIES REMAIN IN THE OFFICE OF TOWN COUNCILLOR FOR HALEWOOD TOWN COUNCIL. THERE ARE 3 VACANCIES: 2 IN HALEWOOD NORTH WARD, AND 1 FOR HALEWOOD SOUTH WARD.
IF YOU WISH TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY AS A COUNCILLOR, PLEASE CONTACT THE TOWN COUNCIL FOR AN APPLICATION FORM WHICH MUST BE COMPLETED BY 5.00 p.m. ON WEDNESDAY 14th SEPTEMBER 2022. APPLICATION FORMS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE VIA THE LINK HERE: Co-option application form
ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE ASSESSED FOR ELIGIBILITY, AND INTERVIEWS FOR APPOINTMENTS WILL BE MADE SHORTLY THEREAFTER TO CO-OPT ELIGIBLE PERSONS ONTO THE COUNCIL.
GERRY ALLEN – TOWN MANAGER
As advised in our previous posts, we are sharing information with residents on how they can give their views and comments regarding the council’s proposed scheme to refurbish the Arncliffe Centre. To ensure the process is neutral and meaningful, the organisation ‘Placed’ have been appointed to manage the survey and the consultation events. This organisation will also report back on the findings from the survey and consultation events, and ensure the findings are shared with the Halewood public in early September.
These are the dates and venues for the consultation events:
Saturday 30th July: 12:00 – 16:00 Halewood Carnival, Hollies Hall
Thursday 4th August: 10:30 – 13:30 Arncliffe Community Centre
Thursday 4th August 14:30 – 17:00 Leathers Lane Shops
w/c 5th September. Feedback of ideas, Arncliffe Centre (Date TBC)
To access the survey and information about the consultation events, please use the links below:
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! 📣#Halewood Town Council are proposing a major refurbishment of The #Arncliffe Community Centre, alongside a Neighbourhood Plan. We’d love to hear your views on the future of Halewood and the Arncliffe! To get involved: https://t.co/BK5iOaFS8M #PLACED pic.twitter.com/sxpuBGlv6q
— jo harrop (@PlacedEd) July 21, 2022
MEETING OF HALEWOOD TOWN COUNCIL WILL TAKE PLACE ON:
Thursday 28th July 2022 at 7.00 p.m. at the Arncliffe Centre, Halewood.
GERRY ALLEN, TOWN MANAGER DATED: 22nd July 2022
A reminder to residents that questions for Public Forum must be logged with the Town Manager by 7.00pm on Tuesday 26th July via: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0151 428-1929.
Residents are able to attend this meeting in-person.
Please note that the Public and Press are invited to attend the above meeting under the Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960 s.1, as extended by the Local Government Act 1972 s.s 100 & 102.
We want to thank residents for the feedback, questions and comments received to date about the proposed refurbishment of the Arncliffe Centre. We are currently working through the queries and aim to publish a response via a ‘Frequently asked Questions’ document to be shared later this week.
Later this week, we will also be sharing further information on where and how residents can hear more about the council’s plans for the Arncliffe Centre. Through this process, which will include consultation events and an online survey, they will be able to share their views on the council’s ideas for the building, and its aspiration to make Halewood a vibrant town.
Halewood Town Council are excited to announce, for the second year running, the return of our free Summer of Activity and Sport (HAF) project. This will be part of the wider ‘Knowsley SNAP’ programme led by One Knowsley and Knowsley MBC.
Principally aimed at 5-11 year olds, the project will run for 4 weeks of the Summer holidays at The Arncliffe Centre. If you are interested in registering your child(ren), please get in touch with Lynn O’Keeffe or Andrea McCaffrey on 0151 428 1929 or 07708617267.
To book a place, please pop into The Arncliffe Centre to complete a form. A note that places are going fast. For the Town Council’s SNAP Project, we do require a suitable adult to attend sessions, see our leaflet for extra details.
Halewood Town Council intends to undertake a major refurbishment of its main building, the Arncliffe Centre. To progress, the project needs the consent and support of Halewood residents.
The Arncliffe Centre is a well-used and much-loved Halewood landmark. It is the place where many residents gather at important times to honour and celebrate, to commemorate, to play sports and improve their health. It’s where we hold our council meetings, host civic guests and the services/activities so many people value.
But – having opened in 1975 – the building is showing its age. We also need to make the building more energy efficient, improve its ability to host larger-scale functions and offer a wider range of provision to serve the growing population of our township.
So, we’ve been working on plans to protect and improve it for Halewood. We have a scheme that we hope will achieve our objectives, and ensure the building becomes a true ‘go to’ destination for everyone. We have done investigation and surveys to understand what we need to do to restore and bring the centre up to modern standards. The budget for the whole project – including a sizeable contingency element which should reduce over time – has been set at up to £1.4 million. Independent expert analysis has confirmed the assumptions behind this projected cost.
On Thursday 16th June 2022, Halewood Councillors gave the final go-ahead to begin consulting with Halewood residents on the scheme. Over the next few weeks, you will have the opportunity to make your views known about our plans either in-person or via an online survey. We have asked a Merseyside-based company called ‘Placed’ to undertake this consultation to ensure it is independent and high quality. We will make further announcement about key dates and opportunities to participate in this consultation
Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return Accounts for Year Ended 31 March 2022: Notice of Public Rights 2022
Network Rail are holding an event to to advise on upcoming woodland management work that is required on the railway line between Halewood and Hunts Cross. They have advised:
“In order to maintain and operate a safe and reliable railway, work will involve a combination of removing and pruning vegetation on railway land along a 2-mile section of track. This is necessary to keep immediate trackside areas clear of encroaching vegetation, as well as removing or reducing (where appropriate) any trees on railway land that are tall enough to strike a train or critical infrastructure.
To support this work, I would like to invite you to a drop-in session we will be hosting from 4:30pm – 6:30pm on Thursday 23 June at The Arncliffe Sports & Community Centre, Arncliffe Road, Halewood, Liverpool, L25 9PA. Our project team will be on hand to answer questions you may have regarding the work”.
Where possible this work is taking place during daytime hours, Monday – Friday until December 2022 however some work can only safely take place at night whilst train services are not in operation. More detail can be found in this letter: Network Rail Letter
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