Parish Council

This section of the website provides information on such matters as the composition of the council, its role, agendas and minutes, the Parish Plan and other council information. If you require any specific information please contact the Clerk on 777313.

Agendas

The Agenda and published supporting papers for Council meetings are set out below. Click on the relevant Agenda document in the right hand column of the table below. December 2017 Parish Council November 2017 Parish Council  November 17 agenda October 2017 Parish Council  October 17 agenda September 2017 Parish Council  September 17 agenda August 2017 …

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Complaints Policy

The Council’s is most concerned that complaints are treated fairly and expeditiously. The nature of the Complaint will determine the process the Council will follow. The Council’s Complaints Policy is set out of the following document: Complaints policy June 2014

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District and County Councillors….

Rob Humby is a Member of both the Winchester City Council (Bishops Waltham and Durley Ward) and Hampshire County Council.  Laurence Ruffell and Amber Thacker represent Upper Meon Valley (which includes Owslebury) on Winchester City Council.  Their contact details are as follows: Councillor Robert Humby Telephone: 01962-777673 Mobile: 07795615616 E-mail: *protected email* or  *protected email* Party: Conservative …

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Governance documents

The Governance Framework is set out in the following documents:   Standing Orders – these govern the way the Council operates as determined by law and best practice.  They are reviewed annually. Standing Orders MAY 2017 Financial Regulations – these determine the financial management of the Council.  They are reviewed annually. Financial Regulations Owslebury May 2017 Risk …

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Main Policies

The Council has adopted the following Policies: Recruitment policy Press policy June 2014 Health-and-Safety-Policy March 2013 Grant and donations policy Children and Vulnerable Adults policy 2017 Health-and-Safety-Policy March 2013 Publcation scheme June 2014 Reserves policy 310317  

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Minutes

The Council Minutes are set out below.  Click on the relevant file on the right of the table:   December 2017 Parish Council November 2017 Parish Council October 2017 Parish Council  Draft minutes October 2017 September 2017 Parish Council minutes September 2017 August 2017 Parish Council  minutes August 2017 July 2017 Parish Council minutes July 2017 …

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Planning Applications

A summary of the planning applications considered by the Council during the last 5 years is set out on the following documents: 2017 for website 2016 for website 2015 for website 2014 for website 2013 for website 2012 for website

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The Parish Council.

The first point of contact with the council is usually the Clerk, Michael Cleary, who can be contacted on 01962-777313 or by email at *protected email*.  If you wish to contact a councillor please send an email to the Clerk, marked ‘For the attention of Councillor xx':   Parish Councillor Oversees, and membership of local …

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The Parish Plan

The Parish Plan sets out the main objectives, goals and policies the Council intends to follow during the Plan period 2014- 2019.  The overarching strategic approach of the Parish Council is to maintain the present countryside and agricultural nature of the Parish and to improve the quality of life for Parishioners. The Plan is set out …

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Transparency Report 2014/15

The Government requires smaller local authorities such as Owslebury Parish Council to publish certain information on an annual basis.  Most of the required information has already been published on the website but this Report summarises the information and directs the reader to other pages providing more detained information, as necessary. 1.Councillors during 2014/15 Parish Councillor …

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What we do

What does the Parish Council do? The parish council meets monthly to discuss issues of interest to the local community. It has powers relating to planning, provision of recreational facilities, crime prevention, community transport, footpaths and commons. The Council meets at Owslebury Parish Hall, and all members of the public are welcome to attend. Meetings …

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