Staveley Nature Reserve (SNR) occupies approximately 200 acres (80 ha) to the north of the Staveley parish, about 14% of its area. The site is owned and managed by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust (YWT), who acquired part of the site in 2002 and the remainder in 2010. The site was previously used for gravel extraction with some of the land leased for farming.
The Parish Council was supportive of the acquisition and development of the site by the YWT following a resident survey. There were however concerns within the village about the effects of developing the site and in 2011 a working group was set up following a village meeting, to aid consultation with regards to the planning application for the nature reserve and also form the basis of a long-term link with the village.
The working group comprised residents and representatives of the YWT and has continued to meet on a regular basis since 2011. In March 2012 the working group became known as the Staveley Nature Reserve Liaison Group (SNR-LG). Although reporting to the Parish Council and having a Parish Council representative on the group, the SNR-LG is an independent body.
The following Terms of Reference were initially established for the SNR-LG:
|1||The committee must have a Parish Councillor as a full member|
|2||Any meetings of the committee shall be fully minuted and those minutes shall be publicly available|
|3||Membership of the committee shall be subject to the same Conflict of Interest requirements as the PC|
|4||Be informed of the plans of Yorkshire Wildlife Trust (YWT) with respect to Staveley Nature Reserve (SNR)|
|5||Inform YWT of events taking place in the village that may impact YWT|
|6||Be cognisant of the views of the village and feed views and concerns back to YWT aiming to resolve issues, as far as possible, amicably between YWT and the parish|
|7||The PC shall not instruct the SNR Sub Committee as to its discussions|
|8||SNR Sub Committee shall make suggestions to the PC regarding Staveley Nature Reserve|
|9||Report back to the Parish Council at each Parish Council meeting.|
|These terms were set by the Parish Council at its meeting on 26th July 2012|
A standard agenda was also established for each meeting. Since 2016, the SNR-LG has continued to meet three times per year, rather than the original four.
The SNR-LG currently has the following members:
|Margaret Stringer||Minute Secretary|
|Laura Harman||YWT Representative|
|Helen North||Parish Council Representative|
Upcoming meetings of the SNR-LG are:
There are no upcoming events.
The minutes of the SNR-LG may be viewed below and in the Document Library.
SNR-Liaison Group Meeting Minutes Documents
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|0251||Minutes November 2016||67Kb|
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|0245||Minutes January 2015||83Kb|
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|0243||Minutes July 2014||89Kb|
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|0241||Minutes January 2014||21Kb|
|0240||Minutes November 2013||85Kb|
|0239||Minutes July 2013||82Kb|
|0238||Minutes April 2013||56Kb|
|0237||Minutes January 2013||57Kb|
|0236||Minutes October 2012||65Kb|
|0235||Minutes July 2012||68Kb|
|0234||Minutes March 2012||106Kb|
|0233||Minutes June 2011||64Kb|
|0232||Minutes June 2011||60Kb|
|0231||Minutes May 2011||76Kb|
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