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Scarisbrick Parish Council Meetings

Coronavirus restrictions mean that physical meetings of the Council continue to be inappropriate. However, meetings of Scarisbrick Parish Council are  being held virtually using video conferencing. Members of the public can view the meetings but must contact the Clerk by email (scarisbrickpc@outlook.com) prior to midday on the day of the meeting for an invitation to join.

A schedule of meetings can be found here.

Agendas can be found here.

We still want to hear from you in relation to matters of concern within the parish (coronavirus or otherwise). You can get in touch via the “contact us” button at the top of this page, by email (scarisbrickpc@outlook.com) or leave a reply below. Keep an eye on this website for news and information from the parish council. We hope to be back to normal as soon as possible. Stay safe!

 

Community Infrastructure Levy 2018-19

The Community Infrastructure Levy is a levy paid by developers to improve the infrastructure within the area of their developments.

Parish Councils receive a percentage of the levy to use within the Parish. Between 2015 and 2019 the Council received £5900.83 to improve the local infrastructure.

During 2019-2020 the Council allocated the levy to improve access to local transport support and to repairs at the Village Hall

The statutory report can be downloaded here:

CIL2018-19Scarisbrick

Notice of Public Rights to inspect accounts

Any person who wishes to inspect the accounts may do so upon application to the Parish Clerk.

The statutory period that the accounts may be inspected will run from Monday 17th June 2019 until Friday 26th July 2019.

You are advised to read the Public Rights Notice 2019 before making any application

Public Rights Notice 2019

 

Traffic Survey B5242

The Parish Council are asking residents and users of the B5242 for their views.

A questionnaire has been delivered to residents along the road and a shortened version has been published in Scarisbrick Village Matters.

A copy is available for download here Traffic Survey B5242 .

The closing date for the survey is Sunday 8th April 2018.