Topic: MWPC Full Council 1st March 2021
Time: Mar 1, 2021 07:00 PM London
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Melksham Without Parish Council Office Closed
Following the recent Government advice, Melksham Without Parish Council have taken the regrettable decision to close their office to the public.
Office staff can be reached ....More
Following the Community Governance Review in 2019/20, there are new parish ward arrangements for Melksham Without Parish Council for the elections on 6th May 2021.
The Beanacre, Shaw, Whitley and Blackmore Ward will have 4 councillors, the Bowerhill ....More
The 98 Wiltshire Council divisions were reviewed and amended as part of the Community Governance Review during 2019/20. This means that for the elections on 6th May 2021, there will be three Wiltshire Council divisions that cover the parish ....More
Wiltshire Council have now undertaken their public consultation on the draft Melksham Neighbourhood Plan (at Regulation 16 stage); this closed on 3rd February. You can review the comments received here https://consult.wiltshire.gov.uk/.../peoplesubmissions/
Melksham Without Parish Council Precept & Budget 2021/22
Melksham Without Parish Council have agreed to a reduction in Precept of 1.5% for 2021/22 whilst maintaining all services and continuing with existing projects. To have kept ....More
To find out more about the Census 2021 please click here....More
Local Plan Review Consultation by Wiltshire Council
FROM WILTSHIRE COUNCIL
Wiltshire Local Plan review consultation
The consultation into the Wiltshire Local Plan review, and separately the Gypsy and Traveller Local Plan, will run from Wednesday 13 January 2021 until 11:59pm on Tuesday 9 March 2021.
Wiltshire Council has to allocate sufficient land to satisfy housing and employment needs up to 2036, and is seeking the views of local communities and stakeholders to see if the suggested distribution of numbers across the county is correct, and which of the proposed sites are most suitable.
Feedback during this review consultation will help to shape the draft Local Plan, which will be finalised later in 2021. It will then be used to guide decisions on whether future planning applications for housing, infrastructure and land for employment can be granted.
As COVID restrictions mean that face-to-face events will not be possible during this review, the council is holding a series of online events for people to find out more about the Local Plan. Each event relates to a particular settlement, and there are also two events for rural areas, which include all other Wiltshire villages and settlements that are not covered in the other 15 events.
The online events, which will be held from 7pm-8pm on the dates shown are as follows:
• Planning for Calne, Monday 18 January
• Planning for Corsham, Tuesday 19 January
• Planning for Royal Wootton Bassett, Tuesday 19 January
• Planning for Chippenham, Wednesday 20 January
• Planning for Tidworth and Ludgershall, Wednesday 20 January
• Planning for Malmesbury, Thursday 21 January
• Planning for Amesbury, Thursday 21 January
• Planning for Marlborough, Monday 25 January
• Planning for Bradford on Avon, Monday 25 January
• Planning for Westbury, Tuesday 26 January
• Planning for Salisbury, Tuesday 26 January
• Planning for Devizes, Wednesday 27 January
• Planning for Trowbridge, Wednesday 27 January
• Planning for Melksham, Thursday 28 January
• Planning for Warminster, Thursday 28 January
• Planning for rural areas, Monday 1 February and Tuesday 2 February
The Gypsy and Traveller Local Plan consultation will also take place at the same time, from Wednesday 13 January 2021 until 11:59pm on Tuesday 9 March 2021. In line with Government planning policy and legislation, the plan will look to allocate land for travellers in sustainable locations to meet their permanent and temporary accommodation needs up until 2036.
Find out more about the Gypsy and Traveller Local Plan
Following the decision of Wiltshire Council on 9 September 2020 in respect of the Community Governance Review, the Local Government Boundary Commission for England has provided the necessary consent to the proposed changes between Melksham and Melksham ....More
Council meetings are currently being live streamed on Youtube, and you can watch them by looking for Melksham Without Parish Council or clicking here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAlGcoeNCJEtN8kADUcNqWg?view_as=subscriber you will normally ....More
Joining a Virtual Council Meeting
The Parish Council Meetings are currently being held remotely due to the current Covid-19 pandemic but as residents and interested parties you can still participate virtually. Please click here for instructions ....More
Annual Reports 2019/20
To view the Annual Governance and Accounting Statement for the year ending 31st March 2020 click here. For the council's Year End Accounts click here and for a report on its compliance to the ....More
PRECEPT & BUDGET 2021/22:
Melksham Without Parish Council have agreed to a reduction in Precept of 1.5% for 2021/22 whilst maintaining all services and continuing with existing projects. To have kept the Precept at the previous level would ....More
The information you provide (personal information such as name, address, email address, phone number, organisation) will be processed and stored to enable us to contact you and respond to your correspondence, provide information and/or access our facilities ....More
The Parish Council welcomes the opportunity to hold meetings with developers at early pre-application stage in order to discuss the needs and requirements of the community and how any potential future development could meet or address these. Please click ....More
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