All residents of Heyford Park are welcome to join the Residents Association committee meeting. One of the first items of our regular business is hearing from you and we will also be discussing:
-The next community litter pick April 10th and 11th
-A letter to CDC planning enforcement regarding the unbuilt Roper, North Carswell and South Carswell play parks.
-A letter to Dorchester requesting a refund to residents living next to storm drains that have not been repaired since 2014: Reid, South Carswell, Roper, Eady and Whitley Drive.
-The idea of holding another children’s Design A Speed Sign competition.
-Heyford Park Pantry food receipts reimbursement and trustee membership.
Topic: Heyford Park RA January 2021
Time: Jan 27, 2021 07:00 PM Greenwich Mean Time
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Meeting ID: 823 5127 4731
Because of the lockdown restrictions we cannot hold our normal “hybrid” meeting so we will all be there on zoom.
We can host up to 100 residents to attend the meeting so come along and contribute.
Topic: Heyford Park RA November 2020
Time: Nov 25, 2020 07:00 PM Greenwich Mean Time
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Meeting ID: 849 5400 0986
Heyford Park Residents and Community Development Association AGM
Heyford Park Chapel
Saturday February 15 2020
12:30-1pm Tea and Coffee Social
We have invited the following to attend and give updates:
Cllr Ian Corkin
Artist Kirsty Brooks
Heyford Park Free School
All residents of Heyford Park are automatically members, so if you pay rent or a maintenance fee to the Dorchester Group or Paradigm your household will have one vote at the AGM.
We are looking for at least 4 new members to join the committee. If you have a little or a lot of time please bring your experience and energy to help us work for the benefit of the community.
We normally meet on the last Wednesday of the month 7-9pm, 10 times a year. We are flexible on dates to increase attendance.
Please email us if you are interested in joining the committee but are unable to attend:
Please visit http://heyfordparkfreeschool.org/ to see the new plans for the Heyford Park Free School. The public consultation period ends November 4th.
You may also be interested in the October 10th Parent and Community Conference at 6pm.
About 80 of the bungalows will be receiving new gas meters and utility boxes. This will require only minimal access to properties, primarily from the loft. Each home will be contacted prior to work as normal. Some sampling of the soffit boards and the gas line burial will happen in advance and wont require access to your home.
34 Properties are without power mostly around the Reid/Bader/Harris area. Due to the scattered outage it might be the underground lines and not a simple transformer problem.
The outage started last night and Davies and Partners have contacted SSE to come out this morning. Check Facebook for the latest updates.
Camp Road will be closed Saturday August 17 to end of business Friday August 23.
The closure is effectively between Dacey and Wellington but there is access to the Heyford House from the East and to Arnott(new Bovis homes behind sales office) from the West.
Dorchester and the bus company are creating a temporary bus stop at Port Way(the Kirtlington road). As usual busses will not serve the east end of Camp Road. Both stops will be at Port Way so residents do not have to walk all the way down the hill to Upper Heyford.
Saturday Afternoon August 24 4-7pm
The Residents Association welcomes all to the new Village Green for dinner, a picnic, ice cream and music and other community at 4pm.
At 5:30pm we have a youth production by the Cherwell Theatre Company.
The show must go on, rain or shine. Our back up location is the Chapel.
Drop by the community center on Gordon and Brice Road to visit representatives from some of the groups and clubs in Heyford Park this Saturday April 27th 10am-2pm. Come see how you can get involved.
This statement was prepared by Heyford Park and affected residents have been contacted and offered alternate accommodation.
Whilst undertaking the planned maintenance on the heating system in six homes, our team discovered the presence of what we suspect may be asbestos in the flues. We consider the health and safety of our residents to be our key priority and as a precaution we have shut off the systems and will be providing emergency accommodation for those who have been left without heating. This will initially be in a local hotel whilst we explore further options and get specialist advice on the timeframes. Our aim is to minimise the inconvenience as much as possible, whilst bearing in mind that safety is our number one priority.
Asbestos is present in almost all properties in the UK built prior to its ban in 1999, with an estimated 14 million homes in the UK having the material in them. The presence of asbestos does not pose a health risk unless it is disturbed during building work and left undetected. On discovering the suspect material, our team followed health & safety protocol by immediately localising the issue and sealing off the affected area. Specialist asbestos inspectors will be visiting the properties tomorrow to undertake tests on the material to determine what it is and then advise on the next steps.
Updates will follow and affected residents that need more support can contact me. -Marc
Crews and Dorchester staff were out this morning at the six affected homes. Test results won’t be available until Thursday so those families will stay another night in the hotel.
Final update 7-3-19
The tests for asbestos were negative. Work can proceed but there are eight different combinations of furnace and flue types that all require different parts. Hopefully no more surprises come up. Kudos to Dorchester and D&P for their quick action and communication.