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At its February meeting, the parish council intends to co-opt a new councillor to fill the casual vacancy which occurred when Cllr. Jameson moved out of the area. Anyone interested is requested to contact the clerk, or any member of the council, for further information. The parish council would particularly like to hear from residents [...]
At its meeting last night, the parish council agreed not to increase its precept for the 2018/19 financial year. This is the third successive year when the council has not made an increase.
Hilperton has a new PCSO from 11th January – Melissa GLOVER. She will be covering the Trowbridge ET16 Rural Beat, which includes Hilperton and the other villages around Trowbridge.
Response from Hilperton Parish Council to the review of the Wiltshire Local Plan 2017 – 19th December 2017
Hilperton Parish Council (HPC) welcomes the Local Plan Review. HPC would welcome working with Wiltshire Council, within the parameters of the evolving Hilperton Neighbourhood Plan, to develop a plan for the area which is realistic, accounts for continued growth within the environmental and other restrictions applicable to the area and recognises the need for other [...]
Hilperton Parish Council has submitted the Hilperton Neighbourhood Development Plan to Wiltshire Council. Wiltshire Council will be coordinating a public consultation on this document between Friday 15 December 2017 and Friday 2 February 2018. The Hilperton Neighbourhood Development Plan submission can be viewed and commented on from the Wiltshire Council consultation portal. Alternatively, paper copies [...]
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