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Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire – Now Live

Barrow-cum-Denham Parish Council

Neighbourhood Plan – Consultation Questionnaire

Have your say….

As part of the Neighbourhood Plan, we’d like to ask you what you think about the future development of the parish.

You can access the on-line survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BarrowNP

This survey is entirely voluntary and open to every parishioner over the age of 18. Importantly, each adult within a household can submit their own response.

It’s not a quiz – there are no right or wrong answers – it’s your opinion that we’re after.

The survey will close at midnight on 6 August 2020.

If you prefer to submit a response by pen and paper, you can get a copy of the printed survey from:-

Temporary Footpath Closure

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984: SECTION 14
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF PART OF FOOTPATH 12, BARROW

Suffolk County Council has made an order closing Footpath 12, Barrow from Barrow
Hill for 600 metres to the junction with Byway 22 to facilitate the installation of pipes.
Other coordinated works may also take place during this period.
The diversion route will be Byway 22 past Green Farm.
It is intended that the closure will operate from 15/04/2019 – 15/07/2019 but if
necessary, the order may remain in force for 6 months (or longer if extended by the
Minister).
Enquiries should be made to Rob Hunt of Hopkins Homes Tel: (01394) 446859.
Email: Robert.hunt@hopkinshomes.co.uk
Date: 13/04/2019

NIGEL INNISS, Head of Legal Services, Suffolk County Council, Constantine House,
5 Constantine Road, Ipswich, IP1 2DH

 

2019-02-18 FP12 closure map

ANNUAL PARISH MEETING

ANNUAL PARISH MEETING
 
The Parish Council have been advised by the Association of Local Councils that it would be potentially unlawful to hold an Annual Parish meeting during an election period when  a period of official Pre-election period (purdah) exist.
As the purpose of the annual Parish meeting is to report on achievements and finances during the past 12 months, holding the meeting during the period of ‘Purdah’ may risk a breach of the ‘Code of Recommended Practice on Local Authority Publicity’.
Therefore, given this advice, the Parish Council have taken the prudent step of postponing the Annual Parish Meeting until after the local elections on May 2nd. The meeting will now take place on Thursday 16th May at 7.00pm in the Village Hall.