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Neighbourhood Plan Consultation Begins

Notification of Formal Consultation on Medbourne Neighbourhood Plan 
[Regulation 14 Town and Country Planning, England, Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012]

The draft Medbourne Neighbourhood Plan is now available for Pre-Submission Consultation. Comments are invited from Statutory Consultees and other interested parties. The consultation period runs for 6 weeks from Tuesday 29 August to Tuesday 10 October 2017.

For further information and to comment on-line or download a comment form, please visit the Neighbourhood Plan Draft Consultation Page.

Medbourne Information

Medbourne is a village in south east Leicestershire within the Harborough District. The village has 200+ residences and 400+ inhabitants. Full information about the village can be found on the linked village web site.

This site satisfies the statutory requirement on the Parish Council to provide transparency through publication of its proceedings.

To contact the Parish Council see the Contact Us page.

This page /sub-site has its own domain: www.medbourneparishcouncil.co.uk


1st August 2017 - New Parish Clerk

The Parish Council successfully completed its recruitment for a new Parish Clerk and appointed Martin Field to commence in post from 1 August 2017. See Contact Us for Martin's details.

22nd May 2017 - Parish Clerk Vacancy

The Parish Council is looking to employ a new Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer.   Should you be interested in the position, please see the advertisement.  Any queries or applications should be addressed to Louise Pilkington.

13th June 2016 - New web site

This is Medbourne Parish Council's new web site. It replaces the site hosted by Leicestershire County Council: http://medbourne.leicestershireparishcouncils.org/.

The site went live on 13th June 2016. From this date forward this is the primary source of online information for the Parish Council. The previous site will not be maintained and is expected to be switched off in August 2016.