Neighbourhood Development Plan Referendum
Following the referendum held on the 11th October, 86.32% of those who voted, voted in favour of the Neighbourhood Development Plan with 13.5% voting no.
The Plan will come into force immediately as a part of Milton Keynes Council development plan and will be used when considering planning applications.
Thank you to all those who voted.
CHAIR OF COUNCIL
We are responsible for providing you with local services and facilities.
Your elected representatives, or councillors, also represent you at a local level.
We are responsible for all or some of the following areas:
Support and encouragement of arts and crafts
Provision of village halls
Provision and maintenance of recreation grounds, parks, children's play areas,
playing fields and swimming baths
Provision and maintenance of cemeteries and crematoria
Maintenance of closed churchyards
Cleaning and drainage of ponds, watercourses and ditches
Control of litter
Provision and maintenance of public toilets
Creation and maintenance of footpaths and bridleways
Provision of cycle and motorcycle parking
Acquisition and maintenance of rights of way
Provision and maintenance of public clocks
Maintenance of war memorials
Encouragement of tourism
Click below to see our different Committee Agenda's and Minutes, along with Annual Return and Quarterly Expenditure over £500 information. You can also take a look at the diary which lists all of our future meetings for the next year
CAMPBELL PARK PARISH COUNCIL
1 Pencarrow Place
T 01908 608559
All official requests for services or assistance should be addressed to the Council Clerk
You may otherwise write to or call all councillors and officers at the Parish.
10am - 4pm Monday to Thursday
10am - 3pm on a Friday
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