Click here to view the Resilience Plan and accompanying Appendix N. The plan is a long document and we hope to make it more interactive in future.
The community council believe that our community should be engaged in a continuous conversation on how we want our living environment to develop in the future. Change is unavoidable and is an essential part of an interesting life but we should not sit back and let outsiders decide what should change in our area. We … Read more
The Community Plan is a “Living Document” which will be updated from time to time. Find out more here. The current Version 3 was issued in February 2021 and can be downloaded here.
Colin Morsley is our CBMCC Planning Liaison Officer. His brief, together with those in the Planning Sub-Group, is to receive information about any planning issues regarding e.g. new build, extensions, Local Development Plan, etc. and to bring to the attention of the Community Council any comments or suggestions pertinent to each case. You can search … Read more
The Agenda for forthcoming CBMCC meetings or Minutes of Meetings held may be seen by clicking on the appropriate heading below. 2021 January Agenda January Minutes February Agenda February Minutes March Agenda … Read more
CBMCC meetings are held on the FOURTH Thursday of each month, except for July and December when there is no meeting. Meetings are intended to be held as below. Meetings start at 7pm. View meeting documents. Visitors Welcome
Community Councillors, City Councilllors and Associate Members FunctionNameArea RepresentedContact No.Primary Responsibilities Community CouncillorAlastair McKinnonCultsWinter Roads Treatment Community CouncillorChristine TaylorCultsPlanning Support Planning Liaison OfficerColin MorsleyMilltimberPlanning Liaison, Roads and Traffic Associate MemberDavid AnsteeCults01224 864466Public Transport Community CouncillorDavid Laing Community CouncillorDel Ellbec BieldsideHeritage Community CouncillorEleanor BrennanCults01224 862262Diversity and Equality, MBC Festival ChairmanGuus GlassCults01224 864925Chair, Health and Social Care, … Read more
Community Councils are statutory bodies, set up by an Act of Parliament. They have no executive powers although being close to and part of the local community they play a vital role in representing the views of the community to local authorities and other public bodies. They receive annual grants from the City Council. Anyone … Read more