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Secretary’s Report for the Year AGM, March 2014-April 2015

It’s been a busy year. Here are the standout events and issues that have arisen, month by month. AGM March 2014 1 – Rufus Burdett, Ali Shire, Bruce Heagerty, Hugh Swann, Steve Watts, Mark Davies, Edward Surridge, Nicola Hilton elected as Directors 2 – Ownership and management of the boatyard • At this point it was understood that Jericho Wharf
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Party 6pm-12am saturday 21st Feb at Wolvercote Village Hall

SIAHAF to BUILD BOATYARD!

At the West Oxfordshire planning meeting yesterday evening, Johnny Sandleson and SIAHAF were given planning permission to build on the Jericho canalside site but with 45 conditions. One of the things to be written into the section 106 agreement is that he will build the boatyard up to and including the concrete slab that will be our roof and the
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JCBY EGM to be Held on 4th September in Oxford Town Hall

Agenda items include: The SIAHAF planning Application for 14/01441/FUL Jericho Canal Side and the JCBY Response (available on Council Planning Website or see link in article below). Changes to the JCBY Memorandum and Articles including a new communications protocol to be signed by all directors. To read this for yourself just download here: Communication protocols for JCBY (with added clause) Next
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JCBY Response to Planning Application Published

The JCBY response to the SIAHAF planning application has now been published on the Oxford City Council Website HERE.   If you have any comments on our response or would like to respond yourself then, despite the council website message saying “The public consultation period for this application has ended. We are no longer accepting comments from the public on
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Planning application – boat yard, community centre and housing.

The property development company, the Strategic Iconic Assets Heritage Acquisition Fund (SIAHAF), has applied for planning permission to develop the Jericho canal side. These plans have now been published on the Oxford City Council website. The public may see the application (50 documents) and comment on the proposal on the Oxford City Council web site, visit: http://www.oxford.gov.uk/planningapplications and search for the reference
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JWT’s Phyllis Starkey talks to Phil Gayle about the boatyard Consultation (2.19 mins in)

JWT’s Phyllis Starkey talks to Phil Gayle about the boatyard Consultation (2.19 mins in) Johnny Sandleson, the owner is also on briefly at 3 mins