Please see the agendas below for the forthcoming Parish Council and Trust meetings on Monday 29th April at NL Community Centre at 7pm
Please be advised that from Tuesday 23rd April 2019 through to the 30th April, contractors on behalf of the Parish Council will be carrying out works on numerous trees on the Oval Recreation Ground. It is anticipated that the contractors will be on site from 8.30 am each day.
Please see below the nominations for the forth coming elections on 2nd May 2019.
For North Luffenham, as there was only 8 nominations then the election is uncontested, with the details of those duuly elected. The same applies to the ward of Normanton of which we form part
Dates for 2019-2020 Parish Council and Trust Meetings
All meetings will be at 7pm and at the Community Centre unless otherwise advised
20th May 2019: Annual Parish Council Meeting
20th January 2020
20th April 2020: Annual Parish Meeting
If you are thinking of standing as a Parish Councillor at the forthcoming elections, below is a copy of the timetable and also a nomination form.
Please note that all nominations must be delivered to RCC by 4PM on 3rd April 2019
Please note the change of date for this years Annual Parish Meeting which is now to be held on the above date at the Community Centre.
The change is due to the forth coming Parish Elections on the 2nd May as we needed to avoid restrictions being placed on the meeting due to Purdah. An agenda for the meeting will be issued shortly
Attached are the Agendas and papers for the above meetings
Please see the attached agendas for the above meetings to be held at 7pm at the Community Centre, North Luffenham
The Parish Council have reviewed and considered the latest proposals for the proposed development of 2,215 new homes at St George’s Barracks. I attach a copy of our paper, which identifies the concerns that we have raised through the St George’s Barracks Advisory Board. and would welcome any thoughts that you might have. NLPC Response – Jan 19 V1.
As noted in the recent Newsletter the County Council will consider an application for a Housing Infrastructure Fund bid on Mon 21st January at 7pm in the Council Chamber at Catmose, Oakham. You are encouraged to attend to show the Council the depth of opposition that exists locally to the proposal to build a new Town larger than Uppingham in the heart of this rural County.
The current version of the Masterplan can be found at: https://www.stgeorgesrutland.co.uk