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Stamford Bridge Community Governance Review

A petition has been received from Stamford Bridge Parish Council, requesting that a community governance review be undertaken to review the boundaries of the parish and to increase the number of seats on the parish council.

The petition relates to a change to the parish boundaries in order to reflect and take account of new property development in the neighbouring parish of Skirpenbeck on the northern boundary of the Stamford Bridge parish. There is also a proposal for a change to the southern boundary neighbouring Catton Parish Council. The proposal also requests that should the proposal be approved, that the size of Stamford Bridge Parish Council be increased from nine members to ten.

Terms of Reference and Timetable for the Review

The terms of reference for the review will see the review consider the proposal put forward by Stamford Bridge relating to:

  • The alteration of boundaries of existing parishes.
  • Changes to the electoral arrangements of a parish council.

The timetable for the review is:

Review Stage

Timeframe

Communications / Consultation

Commencement of Review - Publication of Terms of Reference

 

 

 

Following approval by The Cabinet on 7 July 2020

Published on the website and in the local newspaper and sent directly to parish councils

 

Stage One - Initial Submissions invited including online public briefing meetings using Zoom

Early August 2020 to 30 September 2020

Details of public online Zoom meetings are below. Also an online consultation  process can be completed by interested parties

Stage Two – Consideration of submissions received and draft recommendations prepared

1 October 2020 to 31 October 2020

Cabinet 24 November 2020

Published on the website and the local newspaper and sent directly to parish councils

Stage Three – Draft recommendations published and consultation undertaken

25 November to 31 December 2020

Published on the website and the local newspaper and sent directly to parish councils

Stage Four – Consideration of any further submissions received. Final recommendations prepared.

2 January 2021 to 7 January 2021

Cabinet – 2 February 2021

 

Final recommendations published – concluding the review

2 February 2021

Published on the website and as part of the Council papers. 

Decision taken by Council

24 February 2021

Council meeting held in public.  Minutes available on the website and sent to affected town and parish councils. 

Reorganisation Order made

If necessary, following Council meeting

Getting Involved and Giving Your Feedback to the Review

Consultation and ensuring all interested parties have the opportunity to put forward their views, ideas and any counter proposals is a key element of undertaking a community governance review. A number of channels have been designed to allow local people and all interested parties the chance to do this in the following ways:

Finding out more

Due to the ongoing coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic and the related restrictions, it is not going to be possible to hold local meetings for resident to attend in order to find out more about the review. There are, however, going to be a number of online public meetings held using Zoom. They will be held on:

Tuesday 8 September at 10.30am
Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/91247067660?pwd=NXlaMG1rSUdFY1lYUExDc3RCOWswdz09
Meeting ID: 912 4706 7660
Passcode: 062113
To access the meeting via telephone call - 0131 460 1196

Wednesday 9 September at 2.30pm
Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/93595076230?pwd=dldmeE93blhUb3RyeUQ1d2c1MWFKQT09
Meeting ID: 935 9507 6230
Passcode: 718853
To access the meeting via telephone call - 0203 481 5240

Thursday 10 September at 7.00pm
Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/93061919448?pwd=WmJ2c2xFbUtzSkRubVgwb05uK0k1QT09
Meeting ID: 930 6191 9448
Passcode: 593700
To access the meeting via telephone call - Telephone - 0330 088 5830

Please note: people wishing to take part in any of the public consultations are advised to join 20 minutes prior to the start of the meeting.

 

Proposal Submitted by Stamford Bridge Parish Council

Map showing the current boundary arrangements

Map showing the revised boundaries proposed by Stamford Bridge Parish Council

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