Evenley Village
Evenley Village
Evenley Village

parish council

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who's who

Here you will find contact details of the current Parish Councillors and our Clerk and their main responsbilities within the Parish Council.


JUNE 2020 - we currently have a vacancy on the council due to the resignation of councillor Michael Baul. Because no request for an election was received by South Northants Council (as at 24.06.20), the vacancy can now be filled by co-option. If you are interested in joining the parish council please click on this advert and email Cathy Knott, the parish clerk at: clerk@evenleypc.org.uk for more information – thank you.  


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.


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Click to open next Parish Council meeting agenda.

Meeting of the parish council agenda Agenda

PLEASE NOTE: Meetings during the Covid-19 crisis are still open to the public but will be held virtually via Zoom technology. Invitations to join the meeting are on the agendas. If you need help joining a virtual meeting, please contact Cathy Knott, the parish clerk: clerk@evenleypc.org.uk

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nb. draft minutes pending approval. Only once signed do they become a legal record

Latest minutes

Click below to read previous Parish Council Meeing Minutes


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Meeting Dates

Evenley Parish Council meeting dates 2020

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Current Evenley Parish Council Policies and Strategy Documents.

Evenley Parish Council emphasises its commitment to condemn any form of racism, intolerance, bigotry, bullying or xenophobia.

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 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.

Below are the finincial documents relating to Evenley Parish Council.

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Planning Issues

Evenley Parish Council receive details of applications from South Northants Council (SNC). The Clerk then submits its views (taking into account the views of local residents). South Northants Council primarily look to EPC to provide local insight but may not follow our view.

Planning representatives

Evenley Parish Council nominate two/three planning representatives comprising of the vice-chairman of the council, and one/two other councillors.

To view/make comments on applications

For guidance on SNC 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.

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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.

Please help to support our warden scheme by contacting the appropriate person directly with any concerns or contributions.
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Annual Parish Meeting

The Annual Parish Meeting is held once per 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.


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It’s election time at Evenley Parish Council! Expressions of interest are welcomed from anyone who is over 18 years old (elections are a legal requirement and held normally every four years in our Parish).

If you would like to get more involved in your community please read on …….