LADY BAY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

Current Committee

Chair
Sian Trafford

Vice Chair
Celia Easteal

Secretary
Councillor Sue Mallender

Treasurer
James Strawbridge

Committee members
Rosie Bird, Gemma de Brito, Celia Easteal, Peter Hammond, Councillor Richard Mallender, Maureen Mitchell, John Osborne, Chris & Sian Trafford & Sylvia Wilkins

Meetings

Minutes of the Lady Bay Community Association Meetings can be found here.

New Constitution and Standing Orders

The Community Association Constitution and Standing Orders were revised and ratified at an Annual General Meeting in 2016. Web editors are awaiting confirmation that these are the New Constitution and Standing Orders as ratified.

Community Liaison Group Meetings

The Lady Bay Community Liaison Group meets monthly at All Hallows Church with Framework management and local councillors at All Hallows Church, to discuss pertinent neighbourhood issues and concerns relating to Transitions South, Framework's temporary supported accommodation for homeless young people in Trent Boulevard.  Updates are provided by Framework about community engagement. The meetings usually take place every first Wednesday of the month 7.15pm-8.15pm at the Duesbury lounge, All Hallows Church, Ladybay.

The link to the Lady Bay Community Liaison Group log is https://tinyurl.com/LadyBayCLGForm, issues reported here are discussed with Framework. The group’s email is [email protected].

The main contact number for Framework is 0115 850 4040.

Lady Bay Development Plan

Localism, Community and Neighbourhood Development Report

Supported by the Lady Bay Community Association, a research project has been conducted by James Tangen, a doctoral candidate in the School of Sociology and Social Policy of the University of Nottingham.

The report is intended to fulfil three aims:

  1. To provide an overview of the Localism Act 2011 and to highlight areas that may be significant for the future role of that Lady Bay Community Association.
  2. To provide an up-to-date statistical profile of the Lady Bay in an attempt to identify key features of this unique community.
  3. To present the findings of a consultation with Lady Bay residents that provide an indication of how they view their community, and how they would like to see it develop in the future.

The report can be downloaded as a pdf by clicking here.