Welcome to the Akeley Parish Council website

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Welcome to the website for Akeley village, brought to you by Akeley Parish Council.
The Akeley Parish Council website is provided in order to provide factual and informative content relating to the Parish Council and the village community.
For our latest news see below to view the latest posts.

Each month, the website will be updated with the Minutes and Agendas for the council meetings, along with any other content we have which will be of use to the village. Some sections of the website maybe under construction, please be patient with us while we get the content sorted for these pages.

It is hoped that you will find these pages both useful and interesting, and we would welcome any contributions to the website you may have.

Please email any ideas or contributions to the webmaster by clicking here: webmaster@akeleyparishcouncil.gov.uk.

 

July 20, 2012Permalink

Casual Vacancies

Due to 2 resignation 2 Vacancies on the Parish Council have been raised.  If there isn’t a request for an election by 3 June, Akeley Parish Council will be in a position to co-opt 2 new members at it’s July meeting.  If you would like further information or would like to express an interest in being co-opted please contact the clerk Ruth Millard parishclerk@akeleyparishcouncil.gov.uk

Parish Vacancy Notice – Sally Siddique

Parish Vacancy Notice – Clair Flynn

May 14, 2020Permalink

Leys Field News

Update regarding Leys Field Planning application
Following a site meeting with parish councillors in November the developers revised their planning application by dropping the floor level of the houses by 1 metre and  wrote to the parish council offering to transfer land to the rear of the site into the ownership of the Parish Council so that it could be retained for the benefit of the village in perpetuity.  This was discussed at the November parish council meeting and it was agreed that the Clerk would write to W E Black Ltd to accept the offer. The following letter was subsequently received.  The Parish Council met on 4th December to discuss the content of this letter and resolved that the Clerk would reply to the developer to advise that to date the only views formally expressed by the villagers of Akeley have been objections and the Parish Council would need to ensure that it had a clear mandate to consider withdrawing its objection to the scheme. Mr Eric Gadsden, Managing Director, W E Black Ltd has agreed that the letter be made public prior to the January Parish Council Meeting in order to give members of the public the opportunity to comment.
The date for the next meeting is Monday 14th January.  Members of the public are invited to attend and will have the opportunity to express their views during the public session which takes place at the start of the meeting.  Alternatively you may email your comments to parishclerk@akeleyparishcouncil.gov.uk 
The full letter can be seen here – Letter from W E Black (Leys Field)
Many thanks
Julie (Parish Clerk)

 

January 4, 2019Permalink