Don’t wait for flooding to call Floodline Devon. 03459 881188 – there’s a new Floodline service for people living in Devon. more information here
The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) will take effect in the UK from 25 May 2018. It replaces the existing law on data protection (the Data Protection Act 1998) and gives individuals more rights and protection regarding how their personal data is used by councils. Local councils and parish meetings must comply with its requirements, just like any other organisation. You can download Uplyme Parish Council’s Privacy Notice here
Please click below for the latest leaflets of the River Lim Improvement Project. (PDF)
Note: The River Lim Path Walk leaflet and the improvements to the River Lim footpath were coordinated by Lyme Forward and the Dorset Coast Forum in 2018 and were funded by the government’s Coastal Communities Fund. Thanks and acknowledgements are due to Richard Bull of the Lyme Regis Philpot Museum, as the historical information in the leaflet is based on his documented research, including the old photographs.
We have had a small re-organisation in the Axminster Neighbourhood Police Team and I thought that I would take the opportunity to introduce myself (although I know I have already met some of you) as the Police Community Support Officer with primary responsibility for the rural areas around Axminster – Musbury, All Saints, Kilmington, Dalwood, Hawkchurch, Chardstock, Wilmington, Uplyme, Membury, Shute and Stockland. I work closely with PC Simon Aldred and PCSO Hayley Widger (PCSO with primary responsibility for Axminster Town) and also our Sergeant, PS Karen Bunt.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any issues that you wish to raise with your local Police team (except of course those incidents that are best reported via 999 or 101), require some advice or would like us to attend a specific event or meeting. In turn, I would be grateful if you could respond to this email to confirm the names and contact details (email and phone number) of each of the Parish clerks, so that I can ensure that my contact list is up to date.
I am also aware that many, if not all, of the parishes have a Parish magazine and website – please could you let me know the name of the publication and the best person to contact – I would like to ensure that each magazine has the team’s up to date details and it would be very useful if we could put articles in the publication from time to time (for example, to advertise Devon and Cornwall Alert or to make people aware of the methods of engaging with the team, including our website and Facebook page).
I look forward to working with you all.
With thanks and kind regards,
PCSO 30413 Chris Bolsover
Axminster Neighbourhood Police Team
Axminster Police Station
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Please be advised that the East Devon Villages Plan was adopted on 26th July 2018 and can be seen or downloaded in PDF here East Devon Villages Plan July 2018
My name is Daniel Langworthy-Smith and I am the wayleave officer that represents the ultra-fast fibre installation company – Gigaclear. You may be aware, but we have been instructed by Connecting Devon and Somerset and Broadband Delivery UK to roll out a new ultra-fast network that can provide 1gb of internet to rural properties. Uplyme is one of our areas and I am making contact as I feel that it is important for our build but also the residents to know exactly what will be happening over the next couple of months.
Below I have attached some links that will explain who we are, what we do and why we are doing it for. You will see that we also have government backing and farmer union backing.
The process requires us to sometimes gain access onto private property and we would like to give people the opportunity to contact us with any questions before they agree to the agreement that will be sent out.
Could we suggest arranging a parish meeting that we could come along to and speak with the residents about our proposals?
I have attached above a copy of the build plan for Uplyme which you are able to include onto your webpage.
Thank you for your time,
Dan Langworthy-Smith | Wayleave Officer | Network Access Team
T: 01865 591100 M: 07554 664082
Gigaclear plc, Windrush Court, Blacklands Way, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 1SY
Gigaclear plc is registered in England and Wales with company number 07476617
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) is a whole system of regulations, systems, rights and principles that aims to protect the personal data of every EU citizen. The GDPR legislation documents are huge and set out to give a person more rights over the data that an organisation holds on them, but in a nutshell, the main points are as follows:
- A person can request to see all the details that you hold on them both in human and machine readable format.
- A person can request that you delete all the personal data that is held by an organisation
- You need to state a valid reason for gathering and processing their data
- You need to ask for consent when you gather data
- You need to provide people with a way of withdrawing that consent at any time.
- You need to take precautions to protect personal data that you have gathered
Please view the full detailed Uplyme PC GENERAL PRIVACY NOTICE May 2018
On behalf of the Uplyme Parish Council, I confirm that the dates set for the period for the exercise of public rights are as follows:
CONFIRMATION OF THE DATES OF THE PERIOD FOR THE EXERCISE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS
Name of smaller authority: Uplyme Parish Council
County Area (local councils and parish meetings only): East Devon
On behalf of the smaller authority, I confirm that the dates set for the period for the exercise of public rights are as follows:
Commencing on 26/06/2018
and ending on 06/08/2018
(Please enter the dates set by the smaller authority as appropriate which must be 30 working days inclusive and must include the first 10 working days of July 2018.
We have suggested the following dates: Monday 4 June – Friday 13 July 2018.
The latest possible dates that comply with the statutory requirements are Monday 2 July – Friday 10 August 2018.)
Signed: R Neave
Role: Clerk and RFO
FOR SMALLER AUTHORITIES SUBJECT TO A REVIEW ONLY: PLEASE SUBMIT THIS FORM TO PKF LITTLEJOHN LLP WITH THE AGAR PART 3 AND OTHER REQUESTED DOCUMENTATION
As part of the River Lim Path improvement works, it is necessary to close part of the path from Springhead Road & Mill Lane, to the bridge into Bumpy Field, [BRIDLEWAY NO. 65 UPLYME]. Devon County Council has issued the formal notice for this under the Road Traffic Regulation Act.
The closure will be in force until 1 July 2018, but it will not be closed for the whole of this period, only when the contractor needs to do so. When it is closed it will not be possible to use the path as a public right of way, except for access to land or premises on or adjacent to the path.
HOWEVER AT SOME TIME DURING THIS PERIOD, THE PATH WILL BE COMPLETELY CLOSED FOR 2-3 DAYS, SO THAT THE BRIDGE OVER THE RIVER NEAR THE OLD MILL THAT LEADS INTO BUMPY FIELD, CAN BE REPLACED.
The formal notices will be put up by the contractor when the closure is required, so walkers should check to see if the sign is in place.
The Lyme Regis to Uplyme path project is being led by LymeForward. If there are any queries about the project, please contact Simon Williams, the River Lim Path Project Coordinator on 07980730004.
Council urges not to use the roads on Friday morning
|We’re urging people not to use the roads tomorrow morning (Friday 2 March).
Continued snow in parts overnight, and freezing rain, on top of sub-zero temperatures, make driving conditions potentially dangerous.
You might be tempted to use the car, but please don’t. Road conditions are still hazardous. Please make other arrangements in the morning. Read more.