UPDATE 25 September JUDICIAL REVIEW by STANFORD PARISH COUNCIL

  URGENT JUDICIAL REVIEW Fund Raising.pdf   RESIDENTS UPDATE 21 APRIL.pdf     STANFORD PARISH COUNCIL submission to Transport Select Committee.pdf   M20_J10A_Web_Leaflet.pdf Highways England M20 Junction 10A Update.pdf 22/12/15 STANFORD PC PRESS RELEASE.pdf Operation Stack Lorry Park RESIDENTS UPDATE 20DECEMBER.pdf     Copy of paper that SDC debated on 16th:- Lng term parking solution […]

Archived Agendas

2016/17 Agenda 8th March 2017 Agenda 18 January 2017 Agenda 14 December 2016 Agenda 26 October 2016.pdf Agenda 31 August 2016.pdf AGM AGENDA May 2016.pdf 2015/16 AGENDA 16 March 2016.pdf AGENDA 13 January 2016.pdf AGENDA 2 December 2015.pdf AGENDA 21 October 2015.pdf AGENDA 26August 2015.pdf AGENDA 8July 2015.pdf AGENDA 6 April 2015.pdf 2014/15 AGENDA 18 […]

Archived Minutes

2016/17 Minutes 8th March 2017 Minutes 18 January 2017 Minutes 14 December 2016 Minutes 26 October 2016 Minutes 31 August 2016.pdf Minutes 6 July 2016.pdf Minutes AGM 4 May 2016.pdf 2015/16 Minutes 16 March 2016.pdf MINUTES 13 January 2016.pdf MINUTES 2 December 2015.pdf MINUTES 21 October 2015.pdf MINUTES 26 August 2015.pdf Minutes 20July 2015.pdf MINUTES […]

How much does the Parish Council pay itself?

  In short – nothing. The Clerk is employed by the Council and is paid a salary. Individual members of the Council give their time and services for free. Reasonable expenses may, from time to time, be reimbursed. The Parish Council has decided, for the present, not to take up this possibility.   

Am I allowed to attend Parish Council meetings?

Parish Council meetings are open to all members of the public. Annual Parish Meetings are open to registered electors only. We give a warm welcome to parishoners at meetings of the Parish Council, but those who come to the meetings should be aware that they are primarily there as observers. However, we always have a […]

What is the difference between a Parish Council meeting and an Annual Village meeting?

  The Annual VIllage Meeting is not a Council meeting, although it is called by and chaired by the chair of the Parish Council. It is a meeting for all electors to provide for discussion of local topics. It is required by law; its decisions are not binding on the Parish Council but are advisory. […]

How are the Chairman and Vice- Chair decided upon?

  At every AGM of the Parish Council both posts are open to election from the current members of the Parish Council. The Chair and Vice-Chair (if willing) are elected to serve for one year but may be re-elected at each AGM.