Great Yarmouth Borough Council will be holding a Draft Local Plan Part 2 Consultation Exhibition event at Hemsby Sports & Social Club, Waters Lane, Hemsby NR29 4LE. It will take place this Friday 21st September 2018, from 1pm to 7pm.
Council Officers will be in attendance at the event to explain, discuss and answer queries on the Council’s Draft Local Plan. Forms will be available for people to make comments and suggestions about the plan, which will be used by Great Yarmouth Borough Council to refine its Plan before it is finalised.
Draft Local Plan Part 2: Consultation Exhibition
The Great Yarmouth Borough Council, Draft Local Plan Part 2, will be available to view from 6:45pm on the 27th September 2018 at Fleggburgh Village Hall before the Fleggburgh Parish Council meeting at 7:30pm.
The plan is also available online:
A casual vacancy exists in the office of Parish Councillor for the Parish of Fleggburgh.
Notice of Casual Vacancy
Great Yarmouth Borough Council are consulting on proposals for future housing development, site allocations and revised housing targets. The Draft Local Plan Part 2 document shows the thoughts of the Borough Council in terms of:
- detailed policies for planning applications;
- allocations of sites for development;
- a reduction in the overall housing target for the Borough, and a few minor updates to other Core Strategy policies;
- the replacement of the remaining old ‘saved’ policies (from the former Borough-wide Local Plan of 2001); and
- changes to the Local Plan Policies Map, to give effect to the above.
The Borough Council wants to know what people think of these provisional proposals, and whether there are any better options, before it makes up its mind on what policies and allocations it formally proposes to adopt. All documents and comments can be found at:
The consultation runs until 30th September 2018.
Help make our villages tidy!
Come and join us on our Litter Picking event:
Thursday July 5th at 10:00 in Clippesby and Billockby
If you are able to help, please contact Julie on 01493 369645 for more details
In accordance with the provisions of Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, the Norfolk County Council HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that owing to a burst water main the use by vehicles of the U69475 Pound Lane from a point 150 metres south of its junction with A1064 Main Road for a distance of 50 metres southwards in the PARISH OF FLEGGBURGH will be temporarily prohibited from 14th June 2018 to 18th June 2018 for the duration of the works, expected to be about 5 days within the period. If necessary the restriction could run for a maximum period of 21 days.
Alternative route is via: Pound Lane, A1064 Main Road, Marsh Road, Beech Lane.
Fleggburgh NTRO1553 Emergency Notice
Fleggburgh Parish Council seeks a committed and enthusiastic individual to undertake the role of Parish Clerk and to start as soon as possible.
The role will include:
Ø Meeting administration including collation and publication of agendas, report writing, taking minutes, and offering procedural advice where required;
Ø Management of the Council’s finances including budgeting drafting and monitoring, bank reconciliations, and audit;
Ø Maintaining and updating the Council’s website;
Ø Communicating with residents, councillors, and external organisations;
Ø Managing the day to day administrative processes of the Parish Council.
Please see the following documents for further information and details of how to apply:
Clerk vacancy advert
UPDATE: This position has now been filled
Don’t forget, your annual parish meeting will take place this Thursday – 17th May at 7.30pm at Fleggburgh Village Hall.
This is NOT a parish council meeting it is YOUR meeting as an elector of the parish.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME
It is your opportunity to put forward ideas and suggestions for the future of Fleggburgh parish and don’t forget the parish comprises Burgh St. Margaret, Clippesby and Billockby. The meeting will be followed by refreshments and time to chat!
- Apologies for absence
- Minutes of the meeting of 11th May 2017
- Chairman’s Annual Report
- Annual accounts prepared for audit for 2017/18
- Reports from village and community groups
- Open Forum
If you have some recycling to do, don’t forget, there are recycling containers at the Village Hall. You can recycle glass, textiles and paper there and funds can be put towards village projects.