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The WCC is now issuing e-mail newsletters and newsflashes to keep residents updated on the latest news in the community. You can sign up for this service or view past newsletters here.

 

The following news items are in reverse chronological order. Click on a heading to go straight to the individual news topic.

 

Demolition and Regeneration

Disappointment for Woodford

STOP PRESS - Woodford Aerodrome Planning Application on hold

Urgent Message from Woodford Neighbourhood Forum

Woodford Aerodrome Planning Application Meetings

Planning Application for the Avro Heritage Museum

Woodford Objects to ex-BAE Site Planning Applications

Future Threat to Green Belt on the Site?

Legal Terms, Agreements and Planning Conditions

Next Steps

Consultation on Woodford Aerodrome Site Planning Applications

Woodford Aerodrome Public Exhibitions

Woodford Garden Village Stakeholder Workshop

Woodford SPD Approved

Revised Timetable for Woodford Aerodrome Decision 

Woodford Aerodrome Supplementary Planning Document

Woodford United Exhibitions

Woodford United Launched

SPD Delayed

Poynton reveals plans for the Cheshire East end of Woodford Aerodrome

BAE News/Development of Woodford Aerodrome

Public Events

Confirmation of Sale of Site - 20th Dec 2011

BAE Woodford site purchaser revealed as JCB heir - 18th Oct 2011

Design Workshops - Full Report

Public Presentation

Woodford Community Centre and BAE Redevelopment

Woodford Aerodrome – Design Workshops

Poynton Local Area Partnership (LAP) BAE Woodford Working Group Submission

Public Exhibitions

Information received from Stockport MBC

SMBC Presentation at WCC AGM

 

 


 

Demolition and Regeneration

Main hangar under demolition

 

Work is continuing on the demolition of buildings on the site. Harrow Estates have produced a series of Updates describing how the work is proceeding and providing contact details for representatives of the contractor, Forshaw Demolition, and of Harrow Estates, to whom any concerns may be addressed. The latest Report – Woodford Update 04 is now available - Click here to read it (*PDF)

 

Previous Updates may be accessed by clicking on the appropriate report:

 

Woodford Update 01

Woodford Update 02

Woodford Update 03

 

WCC representatives are having regular meetings with personnel on site and will follow up any outstanding concerns.

 

 

Avro Heritage Museum

 

The Avro Heritage Museum on the site is now open to the public. For further information, click here.

 

* You may need Adobe Reader to view the report.

Disappointment for Woodford

 

It was disappointing to learn that the Secretary of State has decided not to call in the planning application, DC/053832, by Harrow Estates for the Woodford Aerodrome site. (Click here for details.) PDF attached This leaves SMBC free to finalise the details of the approval of the hybrid planning application, as well as the associated demolition and road development applications. It is hoped that the Council and developers will now work with the local community in managing the integration of this significant development into the village of Woodford.

 

Thank you to all those in the community, including local councillors and our MP, who helped the cause to limit the scale of development by writing to the Secretary of State and supporting the local community initiatives.

 

STOP PRESS - Woodford Aerodrome Planning Application on hold

 

The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government has written to Stockport Council in response to its letter of 29th September 2014 concerning the application for permission to develop land at the former Woodford Aerodrome.

 

The Secretary of State regrets that the Department is unable to complete consideration of the proposal by 22nd October 2014 and, in exercise of his powers under article 25(1) The Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2010, the Secretary of State has directed Stockport Council not to grant permission on the application without specific authorisation. This Direction is issued to enable the Department to have a further period in which to consider the proposal. The matter will be dealt with as quickly as possible and a further letter will be sent to SMBC when that consideration has been completed.

 

This means that you still have time to write to the Secretary of State if you missed the 22nd October deadline. See below for details.

 

Urgent Message from Woodford Neighbourhood Forum

 

We have been notified that the Extraordinary Area Committee Meeting and Extraordinary Meeting of the Planning and Highways Regulation Committee, originally scheduled for 20th and 25th June respectively to discuss the Harrow Planning applications, have been cancelled. This is because the SMBC officers’ report is still to be finalised.

 

Woodford Aerodrome Planning Application Meetings

 

We have been notified that the Extraordinary Area Committee Meeting and Extraordinary Meeting of the Planning and Highways Regulation Committee, originally scheduled for 20th and 25th June respectively to discuss the Harrow Planning applications, have been cancelled. This is because the SMBC officers’ report is still to be finalised.

 

We have just been notified that the revised dates are as follows:

 

Extraordinary Meeting of Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

 

Bramhall Methodist Church (Main Hall) 17th July 2014 at 18.30 h

 

Extraordinary Meeting of Planning and Highways Committee

 

Stockport Town Hall (Council Chamber) 29th July 2014 at 18.00 h

 

If you wish, you can consult the SMBC Council Meetings calendar here.

 

 

Planning Application for the Avro Heritage Museum

 

Some good news on planning applications - we have been informed by the Avro Heritage Centre that the planning application for the new museum has now been registered with SMBC (ref: DC/054569). The documentation can be viewed on the Stockport Planning Website here.

 

The refurbishment of the museum was part of the conditions of sale of the BAE site and it will occupy what was the Aerodrome Fire Station. The intention is that it should re-open in Autumn 2014.

 

 

Response to Planning Applications

 

Woodford Objects to ex-BAE Site Planning Applications

 

Woodford Neighbourhood Forum (WNF), with the support of Woodford Community Council (WCC), has submitted objections to the Harrow Estates hybrid application (DC/053832) for the Woodford Aerodrome redevelopment. A brief overview of the six reasons for objection is as follows.

  1. Green Belt The outline planning application includes areas of land designated as green belt (outside the Major Existing Developed Sites) in the Stockport Unitary Development Plan (UDP). The uses are not permitted under the UDP Green Belt Policies
  2. Mix of Uses The proposed mix of uses is not in accordance with the policies of the Stockport Core Strategy. The application is for the majority of the land to be used for housing rather than mixed employment and housing.
  3. Quantity of Houses Proposed The total of 950 houses proposed in the application would be over-development and would change the village of Woodford into an urban area.
  4. Traffic The proposed minor road improvements and minor public transport changes are insufficient to mitigate the traffic from 950 houses.
  5. Affordable Housing The application proposes an insufficient quantity of affordable houses in Phase One, and no guarantees of affordable housing in future phases.
  6. Community Facilities The application fails to recognize the need for new facilities to cater for a massive increase in the population of Woodford.

A full copy of the WNF Planning Statement in response to the planning application is available here.

 

Future Threat to Green Belt on the Site?

 

A particular concern is that since Stockport planning officers have recognized that there is a departure from the SMBC Development Plan (because a small amount of greenbelt land has been incorporated within the detailed plans), there would be a need for the applications, if accepted, to be submitted to the Secretary for State (SoS) for approval. The main problem arising from this is that it could be seen as a very minor departure and accepted as such, with no account being taken of it being a hybrid application with the potential for a much larger grab of greenbelt land in the outline plans for the rest of the site. It is essential that the total developable area on the site is restricted to 42Ha (including the Oxford Aviation and Museum areas), in line with the assurances given by SMBC in the SPD and at Council Meetings.

 

Legal Terms, Agreements and Planning Conditions

 

The practice in Stockport Council is for the Officers to be delegated the task of negotiating these additional steps that accompany a planning application. This might be perfectly acceptable in small developments but the Aerodrome will be the largest development currently in the Northwest. WNF therefore proposes that in this case the officers should provide draft conditions to the Planning Committees for their discussion and approval.

 

 

Next Steps

 

SMBC officers from the Planning Dept are currently collating comments following the public consultation and are putting together a Report with their response and recommendations. This will be submitted with the Applications firstly to the Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee for consideration at a special meeting, which will probably be held in early March. Following that, the Applications and Report (with comments/recommendations from the Area Committee) will go to the Planning & Highways Regulation Committee at a meeting that must be held soon afterwards in order to meet the statutory timetable for planning applications. The Planning Committee has the authority to make the final decision, although it is possible that, given the scale of the development, they may suggest that it should also go to the full Council for ratification. In addition, there is the potential submission to the Secretary for State for approval.

 

 

Consultation on Woodford Aerodrome Site Planning Applications

 

Three planning applications have now been accepted by SMBC for the development of the Woodford Aerodrome Site. These were open for Public Consultation until 6th January 2014.

 

The Applications are as follows. You may access the appropriate documents by clicking on the Planning Application number which is hyperlinked to the SMBC Planning Portal.

Planning Application - DC/053833

This covers the demolition of the existing buildings and remediation of the land for mixed use residential development.

 

Planning Application - DC/054212

This covers the formation of two access points from Chester Road to serve a development of up to 950 dwellings and commercial floorspace.

 

Planning ApplicationDC/053832

This is a hybrid planning application covering Part A: Outline planning permission (excluding phase 1) for up to 805 dwellings, commercial floorspace, public house and primary school including associated infrastructure. Part B: Full planning permission for phase 1 for the erection of 145 dwellings plus associated infrastructure.

There are also copies of the Applications and all the supporting documents available to view at Bramhall Library. If you wish to comment on the applications you may do so on line through the links above or send them in writing to:

 

Planning Services
Stockport Council,
Place Directorate,
Stopford House,
Piccadilly,
Stockport, SK1 3XE

 

Woodford Community Council and Woodford Neighbourhood Forum are already making representations regarding these applications and have requested meetings to discuss the overall project further because the process and the documentation is complex.

 

The Applications, if approved, will be subject to conditions which may not be part of the application itself but which must be met for the application to be accepted. There will then be legal agreements between the developer and SMBC which will address a number of issues including the thresholds as to when services must be provided, maintenance and external improvement contracts to roads, footpaths, cycle ways etc. From the point of view of residents living near the development, they can be very important. They can influence the appearance, maintenance, services, facilities, and even disturbances during construction. WCC and WNF will be looking to represent residents for the benefit of the community.

 

Please make your comments directly to Stockport Planning Department but feel free to copy us in or share any general comments with us via our website or by email to info@woodfordcommunity.co.uk

 

We encourage you to make comments to SMBC on the Applications (please quote the Application Number and paragraph where possible). In addition to very specific points, there are many aspects which will impact the community, including issues such as noise, working times, potentially too many houses, highway congestion and trigger points for school, shops and medical provision. Although some points may not be taken into account in deciding whether to grant the Applications, they could assist the Council when establishing legal agreements with the developers. The deadline for comments is 6th January 2014.

 

Woodford Aerodrome Public Exhibitions

 

Harrow Estates, in preparation for their forthcoming planning applications, held exhibitions at Woodford Aerodrome, Chester Road, Woodford, SK7 1QR. These took place on 20th, 21st September and at Woodford Community Council's request an additional exhibition on the 26th September.

 

Woodford Garden Village Stakeholder Workshop

 

Harrow Estates invited a limited number of local residents, as well as local elected representatives, to three workshops relating to their proposals for the development of Woodford Garden Village. The workshops, held at Woodford Aerodrome on 2nd July 2013, covered Landscape and Design; Community Facilities and Timing; and Transport and Movement. It was stressed that these workshops were not a pre-application consultation but rather an additional consultation.

 

A synopsis of the Workshops is available here.

 

Woodford SPD Approved

 

The Woodford Aerodrome Opportunity Site Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) was approved by Stockport Council Executive Committee on Monday, 14th January 2013. This brought to an end the first phase of the re-development of the site. The next phase is likely to be a planning application by the developers, Harrow Estates/Redrow Homes.

 

Click here to read a copy of the Adoption Statement from SMBC, which has a further link to the final version of the SPD.

 

Revised Timetable for Woodford Aerodrome Decision 

 

A new timetable has been drawn up to approve Stockport’s Council’s final Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for the Woodford Aerodrome site.

 

Revised meeting dates have been agreed because of the large number of responses from residents and community groups as part of the consultation on the draft SPD. More than 500 people had their say on the draft SPD, which will provide guidance for the future of the site and ensure the delivery of a development that is economically, socially and environmentally sustainable. The new timetable gives extra time to ensure all responses are carefully analysed and fed into the final SPD.

 

The final SPD will now go through the following approval process:

  • Stockport Council's Planning and Highways Committee
    6.00pm Thursday 6th December at Stockport Town Hall

  • Stockport Council's Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme Area Committee (extraordinary meeting)
    6.30pm on Monday 10th December at Woodford Community Centre, Chester Road, Woodford

  • Stockport Council's Environment and Economy Scrutiny Committee (extraordinary meeting)
    6.00pm on Tuesday 18th December at Stockport Town Hall

  • Stockport Council's Executive Meeting
    6.00pm Monday 7th January 2013 at Stockport Town Hall

Councillor Iain Roberts, Stockport Council’s Executive Member for Economic Development and Regeneration, said: “We want to make sure that all comments from the draft SPD consultation are taken into account. Due to the sheer volume of responses it has been decided to slightly alter some meeting dates to ensure this process is not rushed. The feedback is very important in shaping the final SPD in preparation for its adoption.”

 

For more information visit www.stockport.gov.uk/woodfordaerodrome

 

NOTE: All the above meetings are open to the public.

 

Woodford Aerodrome Supplementary Planning Document

The Public Consultation period closed on 15th October 2012. Thank you to everyone who submitted their comments to SMBC. It would seem that we have had a record response.

 

The final event during the consultation period was the Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee Meeting, which took place on Thursday, 11th October 2012 in a very full Woodford Community Centre. Councillor Brian Bagnall performed an excellent job as Chairman, particularly during the open forum that followed a presentation by Paul Lawrence, Service Director Place Development, SMBC. There were numerous contributions from residents in the packed hall, focussing mainly on the view that 950 houses were too many by a factor of at least two. The three chief concerns were erosion of the green belt, the adverse effect on the village of Woodford and the traffic impact on the local roads irrespective of whether SEMMMS was completed or not. Surprise was expressed that the Council was relying on BAE site traffic modelling at least a decade old, rather than requiring a current census and traffic model to be constructed. Councillors too had many points to raise, including local resident Councillor Bryan Leck who picked the SPD apart point by point, highlighting where it failed to accord with the Stockport Core Strategy. His proposal that the document be withdrawn was rewarded with loud and long applause from the audience. Unfortunately such an action did not fall within the remit of the Area Committee.

 

Woodford Community Council has submitted collated comments on the SPD. Its letter can be viewed her

 

 

Woodford United Exhibitions

 

A photo taken at the Woodford United ExhibitionWoodford United have held two very successful exhibitions at the Woodford Community Centre, on Friday 7th September and Saturday 29th September, to run in parallel with the SMBC SPD Exhibitions.

 

Find out more on our exhibition page.

 

 

 

 

“Woodford United” Launched

The working group, “Woodford United”, announced in the Woodford Community Council Newsletter of 12th June 2012, had its inaugural meeting on 20th June 2012. The group, drawing on the expertise and enthusiasm of Woodford residents and supported by planning experts, has been set up in response to the outcry from many local residents objecting to the plans unveiled recently (See below) by Harrow Estates/Redrow Homes to build 950 houses on the Woodford Aerodrome site. A number of action groups have been set up to address the various issues and consolidate opposition to the plans. You will no doubt be hearing a lot more from Woodford United in the future.

 

Click here to go straight to Woodford United’s own page.

 

Read the latest newsletter here.

 

SPD Delayed

Following pressure from WCC, Mark Hunter and our local Councillors, SMBC has agreed to delay the consultation on the Woodford Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) until after the holiday period.

 

In a letter to the WCC Secretary, Paul Lawrence confirmed that it is now the Council's intention to seek approval for the SPD on Monday, 20th August and to run the six-week consultation period from Monday, 3rd September to Friday, 15th October 2012. The programme allows for discussion at the Bramhall and Cheadle Hulme Area Committee on 11th October 2012 and for final approval on 22nd November 2012

 

Poynton reveals plans for the Cheshire East end of Woodford Aerodrome

 

In the Poynton Update and News circulated on 22 June 2012 the "Draft Town Strategy for Poynton" was announced. The airfield is designated as Site A and shown in Figure 6.2 on page 14.

 

This shows the Poynton relief road realigned in a logical route across the airstrip with access roads to (1) an extension of the Bird Estate; (2) an area adjoining the Adlington Industrial Estate; (3) and a connection via the runway to the proposed Woodford Garden Village. The comments in the report state:

 "Site A Land to the west of Poynton:

  • It would be a strategic mixed-use site requiring comprehensive master planning.
  • The site would provide a good quality development delivering up to 1,000 homes and suitable provision of land for employment purposes."

Unfortunately this proposal, when viewed together with the current Redrow 'Woodford Garden Village' plan, could lead to the effective loss of over 50% of the Green Belt the two councils originally pledged to retain.

 

BAE News - Development of Woodford Aerodrome

 

What is your opinion of the proposals for Woodford Aerodrome Redevelopment?

On 25th and 26th May local residents met representatives from Avro Heritage, Harrow Estates, Stockport Council and East Cheshire Council to learn about the masterplan for the Woodford Aerodrome site.

 

A new website (www.woodfordgardenvillage.co.uk) has since been launched to explain the proposed development in more detail. If you missed the two public events in Woodford and Poynton or would like to refresh your memory, you can view the public presentation panels from a link on this page. There is also an informal feedback form to express your views on the development.

 

WCC would encourage all residents and neighbours to take this opportunity to view the masterplan and express their opinions here.

 

Public Events

The sale of the BAE Woodford site to Avro Heritage Ltd, a holding company part owned by the JCB heir Joe Bamford, was completed in December 2011. This was followed by a joint venture arrangement with Harrow Estates, part of the Redrow Group, who are specialist Brownfield developers with expertise in regeneration and residential master planning.

 

Over the last three months Harrow Estates have been working hard to develop a comprehensive background vision for the future development of the site. This will be revealed to the public in two public events scheduled for the end of May.

 

There will be a display of the proposed master plan with representatives from Avro Heritage, Harrow Estates, Stockport Council and East Cheshire Council present for discussion.

 

Confirmation of Sale of Site - 20th Dec 2011

BAE Systems announced on 20/12/2011) that it had sold its Woodford Site, in Cheshire to Avro Heritage Limited.

 

Avro Heritage Limited has vowed to ensure that Woodford's proud association with the aviation industry is reflected in the future development of the site.

 

On completion of the sale Jim Welsh, BAE Systems said: "BAE Systems has a long and proud association with Woodford and although disappointed to be leaving the site we are happy that the new owners have exciting plans for this historically important site".

 

James Fletcher for Avro Heritage Limited said: "We are honoured to take ownership of such a historic site and we will endeavour to ensure its past is not forgotten".

 

"We have many exciting plans for the site which will hopefully create new jobs and provide the local community with much needed leisure facilities".

 

BAE Systems and its predecessor companies has had a presence at the Woodford site since 1924 and during the last 90 years has seen in excess of 20,000 aircraft being built at the facility include the Lancaster Bomber, Canberra, Vulcan, Nimrod and Avro jets.

 

As part of the sale, the Golf Club and Heritage Centre are in the process of extending their leases to remain on the site.

 

Additional Information

  1. After World War I farmland near Bramhall in Cheshire was purchased by Avro to become Woodford Aerodrome.
  2. The Aerodrome first came into use in 1924.
  3. In World War II Avro produced aircraft like the Anson and the Lancaster.
  4. The post-war years saw the production of aircraft such as the Shackleton and the Vulcan delta-winged bomber.
  5. Avro was absorbed into Hawker Siddeley Aviation in 1963 followed by nationalisation to become part of British Aerospace in 1977, and then BAE Systems in 1999.
  6. Aircraft production continued with the 748 and ATP turboprop transports and the 146/RJ series of jet airliners.
  7. Woodford Site was engaged on the Nimrod MRA4 programme, building the world’s most advanced maritime reconnaissance and surveillance aircraft.
  8. Woodford Site covers an area of 203 hectares (502 acres). It has 160,000 square metres (1,713,000 square feet) of covered manufacturing areas and offices, and a main runway 7,800ft (2,100 metres) in length.
  9. The site is split almost equally between the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport and Cheshire East Borough. Discussions are underway with the appropriate authorities on the future use of the site.
  10. Avro Heritage Ltd is a company operated by Harry Harvey and Jo Bamford.

Note: You can also read about the purchase on the Manchester Evening News Website - click here.

 

BAE Woodford site purchaser revealed as JCB heir - 18th Oct 2011

Following recent rumour and speculation, it has been revealed that the billionaire heir to the JCB empire, Mr Jo Bamford, is behind plans to buy BAE Systems' Woodford site with a view to transforming the 500 acre site into film studios, housing and a leisure complex, including an equestrian centre and point-to-point race course. The plans involve creating a film studio at the south of the site, while a mix of affordable and luxury homes would be built to the north. Woodford's historic links with the aviation industry will be maintained with the retention of the runway and the development of a new heritage centre on the site of the original Avro hanger.

 

Read the full story in the Manchester Evening News Business web page here.

 

Design Workshops - Full Report

The Taylor Young Report on the Design Workshops can be downloaded from the Stockport Council Website by clicking here.

 

'Adobe Reader' is required to view this document. If it is not installed on your PC, it can be downloaded from the Adobe website here.

 

Public Presentation

Following the recent Public Exhibitions and Design Workshops held in relation to the Woodford Aerodrome site, a Public Meeting was held at the Woodford Community Centre on Thursday, 14 July 2011 to present the findings and outcomes of these events. The presentations are now available to view on the SMBC website – click here.

 

Woodford Community Centre and BAE Redevelopment

On behalf of the Woodford War Memorial Community Centre Management Committee, the Chairman, Andrew Freeth, has sent a letter to SMBC regarding the potential impact on and opportunities for the Community Centre arising from the BAE site redevelopment.

 

The Committee is very keen to highlight the key role played by the Centre, which provides a facility in daily use by a wide range of members of the current community. An important feature of the Centre is that it is a self-funding charity run entirely by volunteers and does not draw on any public funding at present. The current Centre site provides an opportunity for development of expanded and improved facilities that could meet the needs of the new expanded community, playing a cohesive role in bringing the old and new communities together.

 

Click here for the full text of the letter.

 

For further information about the Woodford Community Centre, see its website www.woodfordcom.com.

 

Woodford Aerodrome – Design Workshops

Stockport Council and Cheshire East Council, who are working to develop planning documents embracing the site, organised and funded a series of Design Workshops running from 13th to 18th June 2011. The workshops, which were facilitated by Taylor Young, an independent national urban design consultancy based locally, provided an opportunity for local people and interest groups to get involved in the planning of the development.

 

Details of what happened at the workshops, can be found at the following website which is being updated on a daily basis, reflecting the discussions from each workshop

www.woodfordaerodromedesignworkshop.wordpress.com

 

A personal view on the workshops, prepared by David Buszard, one of the WCC members who participated in them, may be seen here.

 

Poynton Local Area Partnership (LAP) BAE Woodford Working Group Submission

Representatives of Woodford Community Council have been active participants in this Working Group for several months and have helped to draft a Submission on the future of the BAE site. Click here for the full document.

 

The submission has been approved by all of the relevant Town, Parish and Community Councils. It is a working document that reflects the views of representatives of the communities surrounding the Woodford site. 

 

The submission is a consequence of five months’ work and has been informed by:

  • the Stockport MBC Core strategy;
  • information and advice from senior planning and regeneration officers from both  Stockport MBC and Cheshire East Council; 
  • advice and support from a Professor of Planning and an independent planning advisor;
  • a public meeting  held in Adlington;
  • attendance by members of the Working Group throughout the public exhibitions held by BAE/CASS in Woodford, Bramhall and Poynton.

Any feedback would be welcomed. Please send it to lap.wwg@gmail.com.

 

Public Exhibitions

Prepared by BAE and their consultants Cass Associates, public exhibitions have been held at three locations in the Woodford locality from 24th to 28th May 2011. The exhibition boards and a questionnaire are now available on the following website:
www.futurewoodford.co.uk 
 
The questionnaire may be completed online or downloaded and returned by post. Please note that the closing date for return of the questionnaires is 3 JUNE 2011. This is your opportunity to examine the background work that has already been undertaken, look at various suggestions being put forward for future development and - most importantly - put forward your own views on the future of the site.

 

Information received from Stockport MBC

Click here for details of the Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) - Public Involvement Programme.

 

Adobe Reader' is required to view this document. If it is not installed on your PC, it can be downloaded from the Adobe website here.

 

SMBC Presentation at WCC AGM

 

Mr Paul Rubinstein, Service Director, Regeneration, from Stockport MBC, was the guest speaker at the recent Woodford Community Council AGM, which was held on 25th November 2010.

 

For a brief summary click here (PDF) OR click here to view the slides of the full presentation. (NB You will need to save this file to your computer before double clicking on it to play. The presentation is 1.5MB in size and may take a short while to download).

 

The draft Minutes of the AGM are available here.

 

 

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