High Halstow Parish Council

 

Council Responsibilities

Code of Conduct

Please click here to view the Parish Council’s Code of Conduct

Standing Orders

Please click here to view the Standing Orders of the Parish Council as adopted in November 2002

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Allotments

There are six allotment plots backing onto St. Margaret’s Court opposite the cricket pitch. The allotments are being worked at the moment but if anybody is interested in taking on an allotment kindly let the Parish Clerk, Roxana Brammer on 01474 871269, know giving your name, address and telephone number and you will be […] Read more

Finance

The Parish Council has a Finance Committee which to review and monitor the budget. The majority of its finance arrives from the Parish Precept which is levied on all residents within the Parish. Although it puts forward a budget the approval for the detail of any major expenditure is still carried out by the full […] Read more

Footpaths

The village of High Halstow is host to a very scenic section of the Saxon Shore Way. Walkers will delight in the deciduous woodlands and the panoramic views of The Thames acting as a backdrop to the Halstow Marshes  Although fiercely protected by by-laws and statutes, the footpaths that meander through the parish are now […] Read more

Forge Common

The Management Plan for Forge Common relates to 1 Promoting the growing of natural wild flowers. 2 Maintaining the boundary fences and access. 3 Providing some form of fire break to the adjacent properties. 4 Promoting […] Read more

Grass Cutting

Historically, Medway Council has appeared to concentrate on those highly visible areas of Medway, such as Rochester Castle and Gillingham Park, and rural villages such as ours did not always receive the levels of care and attention demanded by local residents. Therefore, in April 2007, the Parish Council took on the devolved function of maintaining […] Read more

Parish Council Surgery

For a number of years Christine Watson and Gary Jerreat, two of your Parish Councillors, have attended Kings Kitchen in the Memorial Hall on the second Tuesday of every month from 10.30 – 12.00pm. This enables you to inform them of your problems, find out what is happening in the village and voice your concerns or issues. If they cannot answer your query there and then they will come back to you

Planning

When a resident applies for planning permission to Medway Council (the Planning Authority), on receipt they will send a copy of the application to the Parish Clerk. The Parish Council is a statutory consultee and has to be advised of all planning applications within the parish. The Clerk in turn will forward the application to a Parish […] Read more

Project 90

High Halstow  Project Day was started in June 2003 after the acquisition of a new trailer from Trident Trailers. The initial idea was to clear the three main dumping sites on the extremities of our village. The entrance to field half way up Dux Court The dip between High Halstow and Cooling The bottom of […] Read more


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