Who we are & what we do
Hemingford Grey Parish Council when full is made up of 13 Councillors and a Clerk. All of the Councillors are voluntary and receive no payment whatsoever.
Council Meetings are typically held once every month for a full Council Meeting and additionally for committees and working groups.
Notification of meetings, plus the agenda, can always be found on the Parish notice boards, at least three days prior to a meeting and on this web site. Reminders are also sent out via Facebook and Twitter.
Any parishioner may have items considered at meetings – this is best done through the Clerk, in writing.
Although members of the Public are not permitted to speak during the meetings, time is always made available prior to the start of a meeting.
Currently there are a number of vacancies for Parish Councillors.
Elections are scheduled for May 2018. More details are available here
Our councillors are elected or co-opted, if you would like to become a councillor or find out more about what they do then please see election details above
In addition to the Full Parish Council sitting once a month there are also smaller committess and working groups.
Has delegated responsibility to review all planning applications and make recommendations to the local planning authority.
Makes recommendations to the Parish Council on the environment within the Parish, including grounds maintenance, trees, waste bins, street lighting, flood defences, etc.
Finance and Policy Committee
Makes recommendations to the Parish Council relating to financial and policy issues, including proposing the annual budget and precept.
Other Committees and Working Groups
Where needed, other working groups are set up and can make recommendations to the Parish Council on particular issues such as Transport, Neighbourhood Plans, Communications.
Parish Council Elections
Elections are scheduled for 3rd May 2018