Here you will find contact details of the current parish councillors and our clerk and their responsbilities.
If you need to discuss any topic that you think is important in our parish then please contact one of the councillors directly or our clerk.
Below are the financial documents relating to Evenley Parish Council.
The transparancy code is designed to meet the governments desire to place more power into citizen's hands to increase democratic accountability.
It applies to parish councils with an annual turnover not exceeding £25,000. The code became mandatory from 1st April 2015 and requires the online publication of key spending and governance information. The government considers that publication of the items in the code will provide the local electorate and rate payers a clear picture of the activities of these smaller authorities.
Evenley Parish Council receives details of applications from West Northamptonshire Council (WNC). The clerk then submits the views of Evenley Parish Council's nominated planning representatives who take into account the views of local residents.
To view/make comments on applications
For guidance on WNC planning regulations and to view/make individual comments on an application please visit: http://snc.planning-register.co.uk/
For a list of outstanding planning applications in Evenley, please see the assocatied agenda.
The warden roles are important voluntary roles specifically focused around a task or activity supporting our community. Below is a list of the current warden roles and post holders within the Parish of Evenely.
The Annual Parish Meeting is held once a year and is a public meeting; usually chaired by the Parish Council chair at which local council officers, Police, Highways, local clubs and organisation representives are invited to present reports on their activities, achievements and plans for the coming year.
It is open to all parishioners.
Reports presented at a meeting are included below; please note that they are included for information and do not necessarily express the views or interests of the Parish Council.