Come and have your say about BYELAWS

On Friday 27th July 2018, Dartmouth Town Council took over ownership and responsibility from South Hams District Council for: Royal Avenue Gardens; Coronation Park and the land at Castle Estate. The task of restoring them to their former glory has begun.

So that they can be maintained in good condition we need to think about byelaws, and we have now embarked on that process.

The draft byelaws have to be put to public consultation, and every Tuesday throughout August in 2018 there will be  an informal  meeting where everyone who is interested will have the chance to hear the draft document and comment on it.

All meetings will begin at 10am in the Clifton Room at Dartmouth Guildhall, Victoria Road usually run for around an hour.

The next meeting is scheduled on Tuesday 21st August 2018 at 10am 

Cllr David Gent
Dartmouth Town Councillor

4 replies
  1. Christine Phillips
    Christine Phillips says:

    Good morning, DYC keep a number of dinghies in Coronation park. As the club’s dinghy lead I would be very interested in reading the proposed byelaws for the park. Unfortunately, I cannot get to a Tuesday morning meeting. Is it possible to see a copy of the pertinent proposal?

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    • Dartmouth Town Council
      Dartmouth Town Council says:

      Dear Christine
      The bylaws being discussed at the moment are for Royal Avenue Gardens only, there were also two evening consultations as well as the three Tuesday morning consultations.
      Bylaws for Coronation Park will be discussed later on in the year and will be advertised on Facebook and our website.

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      • Christopher De'Ath
        Christopher De'Ath says:

        Hello. I would be very interested in attending the meeting to discuss the possibility of hiring royal avenue gardens for professional arts and craft events. This would be a great way of generating funds to maintain and tidy up the gardens etc. May I come along to the meeting on tuesday 21st august?

        Regards

        Chris

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