Policies

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.


POLICIES

EPC Grant/Donation Policy

EPC Complaints Policy

EPC Grievance Procedure

EPC Disciplinary Procedure

EPC Training Policy

EPC Equality & Diversity Policy

EPC Financial Regulations

EPC Memorial Bench Policy

Model Publication Scheme

EPC Freedom of Information

Code of Conduct

Standing Orders

Risk Schedule

Training Log

General Privacy Policy

Data Map

Data Protection Policy

Data Breach Policy

Subject Access Request Procedure

Records Retention Policy


STRATEGY AND PARISH PLANS

3 Year Strategic Plan 2016-2019 (updated February 2018)

Parish Plan 2015

SNC Local Plan Part 2a housing consultation informaion

Letter to SNC in response to consultation

Click HERE to go to South Northants Council website - Evenley Local Plan Information


LOCAL COUNCIL AWARD SCHEME:

FOUNDATION AWARD
December 2017

Evenley Parish Council has been received a prestigious award as part of the Local Council Award Scheme. This achievement recognises that the council achieves good practice in governance, community engagement and council improvement. Moreover, Evenley Parish Council goes above and beyond their legal obligations, leading their communities and continuously seeking opportunities to improve and develop even further.

The Local Council Award Scheme is a peer assessed programme that has been designed to both provide the tools and encouragement to those councils at the beginning of their improvement journeys, as well as promoting and recognising councils that are at the cutting edge of the sector. It is through the sector working together to share best practice, drive up standards and supporting those who are committed to improving their offer to their communities that individual councils and the sector as a whole will reach its full potential.

Council’s own Chairman Cathy Ellis was quoted as being "delighted with the award which is recognition of not only the current Councillors efforts but particularly the work of our Clerk Cathy Knott".

In terms of the future, the council is now reviewing ways in which it can keep on improving its offer to the local community and welcomes input from local people and partners on this. Evenley, and other local councils like it, are at the front line of the government’s localism agenda and are doing as much as they can to delivery services whilst being efficient and cost-effective. Currently the council provides a range of services from village street lighting, grass cutting and parish enhacement and wants to improve its community engagement through this.


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