Failand Village Website
Local Plan 2039
The New Local Plan
proposed development in the fields around Failand.
Mud on Clarken Coombe from the quarry is an ongoing problem for the village.
Openreach Full Fibre with speeds up to 900Mbps is now available from any ISP in parts of Failand.
Failand is suffering from a ridiculous amount of ratrun traffic.
Village Hall Bar
The Village Hall bar is open once a month for local residents to get together.
Apple day took place in October at Failand Village Hall.
Noel Edmonds dropped into Honey & Ginger in September!
Broadband in Failand
Availability of broadband in the village.
Failand is a mobile blackspot.
Hedges are being replaced by ugly walls and fences.
A Failand resident has recorded this distribution of bat species.
Failand is currently 'washed over' by the Green Belt and has no settlement boundary.
The Landscape Strategy for Failand is to "conserve the wooded, rural character of the area".
Demand for new homes is entirely from uncontrolled mass net immigration.
We are seeing many front gardens paved or tarmacked over.
It is an offence to cause nuisance with smoke.
The Parish Council meets on the second Thursday of each month.
Failand Shop was given a complete makeover in 2020 and is now a Farmshop/Deli with outdoor eating area.
The population of the Failand triangle area is about 700.
Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC) is the standard "Fibre" broadband package available from BT and other ISPs.
Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) is available via Gigaclear providing speeds up to 900Mbps independent of location.
Let's keep Failand a quiet area.