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ADVERTISING: 0161 379 0240       DECEMBER 6, 2018
    PUBLICS
JOBS
Nigel Davey & Trish Brady are applying for the Grant of a Premises Licence for The Tea Cup Cafe
The Licence if granted is to en- able the Following Activities to take Place: sale of alcohol on the premises.
Mondays 10.30am – 11pm Tuesday 10.30am – 11pm Wednesday 10.30am – 11pm Thursday 10.30am - 11pm Friday 10.30am - 11pm Saturday 10.30am - 11pm Sunday 10.30am – 11pm
Any person wishing to make representations in relation to this application may do so by writing to the Licensing Depart- ment, Room 3.73, Council Of- fices, Wellington Road, Ashton under Lyne, OL6 6DL Representation may be made for 28 consecutive days from the date of this notice.
A Copy of the application for the grant of the above licence is kept by Licensing Depart- ment, Room 3.73, Council Offices, Wellington Road, Ashton under Lyne, OL6 6DL The application can be viewed Monday to Thursday 9.00 am to 4.00 pm and 9.00 am to 3.30 pm on Fridays, except bank holidays.
It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application the maximum fine for
Which a person is liable on summary conviction for
Dated. 29th November 2018
 TAMESIDE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE) (ENGLAND) ORDER 2015
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONS FOR PLANNING PERMISSION
Notice is given that the applications below have been submitted to the Council:
Applicant: Mr & Mrs Thornton
Location: 45 Cypress Oaks Stalybridge
Proposed development: Loft conversion with conservation roof lights to front and rear elevations.
Reason for Advertisement: Affect Character/Appearance of the conservation Area Millbrook
Reference: 18/01031/FUL
Applicant: Mr A Kleek
Location: Land Rear of 18 – 28 Old Street Ashton-Under-Lyne
Proposed development: Development of nine apartments with a 2.5 storey block
Reason for Advertisement: Affect Character/appearance of a conservation area Ashton Town Centre
Reference: 18/00985/FUL
Applicant: Mrs Anne Parker
Location: Taunton Brook Paddocks Taunton Brook Lane Ashton-Under-Lyne
Proposed development:
Reason for Advertisement: Departure from Development Plan
Reference: 18/01037/FUL
Members of the public may inspect the application, plans and other documents submitted with it on-line at http://public.tameside.gov.uk/plan/f422planapp.asp. They may also be inspected during all reasonable hours at the Council Offices or at your local customer services centre.
Anyone who wishes to make representations about this application should write to the Council at Council Offices, Stamford Street, Clarence Arcade, Ashton-under-Lyne OL6 7PT, or email to [email protected] quoting relevant reference by 27th December 2018
On behalf of Tameside MBC
Dated: 6th December 2018
 DERBYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT) REGULATIONS 2017
NOTICE UNDER REGULATION 25
OF SUBMISSION OF OTHER INFORMATION RELATING TO AN ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENT
Applicant for planning permission: Wienerberger Ltd Relevant Planning Authority: Derbyshire County Council Date on which planning application made: 10 July 2018 Development Proposed in application: Lateral extension of the quarry to extract high quality brick making shales for use in the nearby Denton Brickworks and sandstone for use as a building stone together with amendments to the approved restoration scheme and the relinquishment of planning per- mission to extract deeper lower quality shales.
Address or location of the proposed development: Mouse- low Quarry, Dinting Road, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 7EB. Ordnance Survey Grid Reference: Easting 402402 Northing 395139. Application Code No: CM1/0618/23
Other information has been received by the relevant plan- ning authority from the applicant and is now available in re- lation to an environmental statement concerning the above planning application which has already been submitted. The other information consists of:
* A Restoration Resources and Storage Plan (M2_ LAN_042)
* A Restoration Placement Plan (M2_LAN_043)
* A revised Restoration Concept Plan (M2_LAN_039 C)
* A letter from Wienerberger Ltd and a revised Visual Anal-
ysis Plan (M2_LAN_019 C), dated 8 November 2018, in response to objections raised by the Peak District Nation- al Park Authority on the potential landscape and visual impacts of the development on the setting of the Park.
Copies of this information and the environmental statement (and also the application with plans, and other documents submitted) may be inspected by members of the public, at all reasonable hours, until 9 January 2019 at the Economy, Transport and Communities Department, Derbyshire Coun- ty Council, County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3AG, and at the Planning Department, High Peak Borough Council, Municipal Buildings, Glossop, SK13 8AF. The information can also be viewed on the County Council’s Website at (www.derbyshire.gov.uk). Paper copies of this information can be obtained from Quarryplan (GB) Ltd, Unit 12A, The Borough Mall, Wedmore, Somerset, BS28 4EB, at a cost of £5 for an A3 plan, £8 for an A2 plan, £12 for an A1 plan and £10 for CD containing all the information.
Anyone who wishes to make representations to the County Council about this other information should do so before 9 January 2019, by writing to the Strategic Director of Econ- omy, Transport and Environment, at the County Council postal address given above, or by email to: [email protected],or by using the facility for representations about current planning ap- plications available on the County Council’s website www. derbyshire.gov.uk.
Data protection:
If you wish to make representations about a planning appli- cation, you must provide explicit consent for this authority to publish your representation on our website and to pro- cess your personal data or we will be unable to keep you informed of progress or provide further opportunities to be involved in the planning process. You can also request that your representation is not published at all, we are howev- er, required to provide the applicant or their agent with all representations relevant to their application. The Council would not in any event publish private e-mail addresses, telephone numbers or signatures. A copy of our privacy no- tice can be viewed on the ‘Data Protection and You’ pages at www.derbyshire.gov.uk
Signed: Mike Ashworth
Strategic Director - Economy, Transport and Environment On behalf of Derbyshire County Council
6 December 2018
    Welfare Assistant
Grade A SCP 6 – SCP 9 £8.75 per hour Hours of Work: 10 hours per week, Term Time Only Permanent Contract 12:15-2:15pm
We are looking to appoint to the position of a Welfare Assistant. The role is to assist in the provision of an efficient and effective environment for the safety and general welfare and conduct of the pupils during the midday period. A willingness to be flexible in your approach and the ability to carry out all duties in line with school expectations is essential. All staff are expected to act as effective role models and be prepared to demonstrate the school Core Values of ASPIRE and be able to support students in an appropriate and professional manner. This post required an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
Application forms are to be completed
and returned to the school:
FAO: Mr Mark Tobin, Rayner Stephens High School, Yew Tree Lane, Dukinfield, SK16 5BL
Or alternatively: [email protected] Closing date for applications:
Noon – Friday 14th December 2018
Interviews to take place:
Week commencing 17th December 2018
      Teaching Assistant – Level 2 Grade D SCP 16 – SCP 18: £18,319 - £18,870 per annum (FTE) Amount will be pro-rata.
Fixed Term Contract - initially until 19th July 2019. Contract will be regularly reviewed as the post is linked specifically to the funding
for the 1-1 support of a student. (s)
Hours of Work: 30 hours per week, Term Time Only
We are looking to appoint two Teaching Assistants to join our team. The role is varied and the successful candidates will support students with their learning whilst being mindful and tailoring support to meet their educational needs. The role will involve predominantly working with student (s) on a 1-1 basis, albeit working with small groups of students may also be an aspect of the role. Working within both the Aspire Centre and the classroom environment, and delivering individual and small group academic and pastoral programmes and where appropriate will be key aspects of this role. This particular role is being advertised with the intention that the successful candidate would provide consistent and appropriate support for students with identified educa- tional needs.
Demonstrating the ability to form and maintain strong positive relationships with students with a wide range of needs is essential to the role. Previous experience of working within a school environment and supporting students, particularly with specific educational needs is important. A willingness to be flexible in your approach and the ability to carry out all duties in line with school expectations is essential.
All staff are expected to act as effective role models and be prepared to demonstrate the school Core Val- ues of ASPIRE and be able to support students in an appropriate and professional manner.
This post required an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and a barred list check will also be completed.
Application forms are to be completed and returned
to the school:
FAO: Ms Louise Hoyle, Longdendale High School, Spring Street, Hollingworth, Hyde, SK14 8LW or alternatively: [email protected] Closing date for applications:
Noon – 14th December 2018
Interviews to take place: W/C 17th December 2018
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PUBLIC
NOTICE
Contact Sherrilee on:
0161 379 0240
JOBS
 HIGH PEAK BOROUGH COUNCIL
has received the following planning application/s for:-
PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS & CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990 - DEVELOPMENT AFFECTING A CONSERVATION AREA/LISTED BUILDING
Application Number: HPK/2018/0531
Applicant: Mr Simon Porritt
Proposal: Conversion of two adjacent properties into one property. (6 Highgate Road & 7 Chapel Road)
Location: 6 Highgate Road Hayfield
Location of file for inspection: Buxton
Anyone wishing to comment on application/s should use the on-line comments form, or write to the Head
of Development Services, Municipal Buildings, Glossop, SK13 8AF (tel. 0845 129 7777) by 27-December-2018 These planning applications may be inspected on the High Peak Borough Council website (www.highpeak.gov.uk)
or at the location shown. Opening times are:
Buxton, Buxton Town Hall - Mon-Fri 9am - 4.00pm
New Mills, Town Hall - Mon,Tues,Thurs,Fri 9am-12 noon & 2pm-4.30pm & Wed 9am -12 noon
Chapel-en-le-Frith, Town Hall & Whaley Bridge, Mechanics Institute - Mon-Fri 9am -12 noon
Glossop, Municipal Buildings - Mon-Fri 9.00am - 4.00pm
 To place your
JOB VACANCY
Contact Sherrilee on:
0161 379 0240
   KATHLEEN LANIGAN Deceased
Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 anyone having a claim against or an interest in the Estate of the deceased, late of Holme Lea Care Home, Astley Road, Stalybridge, SK15 1RA, who died on 09/07/2018, must send written particu- lars to the address below by 07/02/2019, after which date the Estate will be distributed having regard only to claims and interests notified.
HT Legal Limited, Solicitors
Clarendon Chambers, 5a Market Place, Hyde, Cheshire SK14 2LX
   
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