Croft Parish Council

Serving the people of Croft

Clerk: Stuart Bacon
c/o 3 Mountfield Road, Earl
Shilton, Leics LE9 7LW

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Latest News

Return of Result of Uncontested Election

Return of Result of Uncontested Election

Following the close of the period for registration of candidates for election at 4pm on 3rd April 2019, a total of seven applications had been received for the eight possible seats, and the persons whose names appear in the accompanying list stood validly nominated and were duly elected without a contest.

The newly elected Members will be in post for up to four years from 7th May 2019.

Posted: Thu, 04 Apr 2019 13:37 by Clerk & RFO

Fosse Villages Neighbourhood Plan Regulation 16 Consultation

Fosse Villages Neighbourhood Plan Regulation 16 Consultation

Fosse Villages Neighbourhood Plan – Public consultation

Regulation 16, The Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended)

Sapcote Parish Council, as qualifying body on behalf of the ten parishes known as the Fosse Villages (comprising the parishes of Aston Flamville, Croft, Huncote, Leicester Forest West, Potters Marston, Sapcote, Sharnford, Stoney Stanton, Thurlaston, and Wigston Parva), has submitted the "Fosse Villages Neighbourhood Plan" to Blaby District Council for Examination in accordance with the neighbourhood planning regulations. More »

The policies in the Fosse Village Neighbourhood Plan primarily seek to address the design of new development, protection and enhancement of green spaces, and protection of heritage assets and community services and facilities.

In accordance with the relevant legislation, Blaby District Council is now conducting a public consultation on the Plan taking place between Tuesday 2 April 2019 and Tuesday 21 May 2019. The submitted Fosse Villages Neighbourhood Plan and its key supporting documents can be viewed:

Huncote Library

Rear Huncote Methodist Church Hall, Forest Road, LE9 3BH

Tel: 0116 284 9612

Sapcote Library

Church Street, LE9 2HR

Tel: 0116 305 3674

Stoney Stanton Library

St Michaels Court, LE9 4TH

Tel: 0116 305 3686

You can make representations on the plan in writing to Development Strategy Team, Blaby District Council, Council Offices, Desford Road, Narborough, Leicestershire, LE19 2EP or via email to planning.policy@blaby.gov.uk. Your comments must be received no later than the end of the day on Tuesday 21 May 2019.

Please note that comments will be forwarded on to the neighbourhood plan examiner. For more details on how the Council will use your information please view Blaby District Council's Data Protection Privacy Notice available at: http://www.blaby.gov.uk/about-the-council/data-protection/data-protection-notice/

The local planning authority will determine whether the Neighbourhood Plan should be made (and therefore become part of the Development Plan) following the Examination in due course. Should you wish to be notified of this decision, please state this in your representation. If you have any questions in relation to this matter, please contact a member of the Development Strategy Team on the contact details provided below.

Email: planning.policy@blaby.gov.uk

Tel: 0116 272 7584 » Less

Posted: Wed, 03 Apr 2019 17:03 by Clerk & RFO

Parish Precept

Parish Precept

Very Soon you will be receiving your Council Tax bill. The Parish Council part of the has risen by 19%, which in 'real money' terms equates to £1.57 per month at Band D.

This increase reflects not only the inflation over the past year, but also the parish council is now the owners of the Winston Avenue car park. This used to be owned by Blaby District Council, who gave it to the parish council along with the associated costs. More »

The parish council has also employed a General Handyperson, part time, to upkeep all parish owned land, associated buildings and equipment. The General Handyperson also has the remit for litter picking throughout the village. Many parishioners have previously complained about litter and this parish council has not only listened but have acted on it.

These additional costs have increased the financial burden on your parish council. But be assured that the precept is spent wisely in the parish.

Very recently the parish council has been asked to take over the churchyard cemetery extension, as the church is intending to close it to further burials.

Discussions will now take place, and it may well mean another financial burden to the parish council?! » Less

Posted: Thu, 21 Mar 2019 12:00 by Clerk & RFO