Priston Parish Council
Priston Parish Council - 2016
PRISTON VILLAGE DESIGN STATEMENT (VDS)
PARISH COUNCIL MEETINGS 2017see Priston Web Calendar page.
INFORMATION FOR NEW RESIDENTS
New Resident Welcome Pack (Mar 2017)
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT BOUNDARY
Proposal Map for Priston (adopted 2007), key
Parish Council proposal for changes (Sept 2014)
Proposed Revision to HDB - Draft Placemaking Plan
VILLAGE DESIGN STATEMENT
B&NES Council has confirmed that the VDS is now a material consideration in planning applications, and will also be considered for adoption as a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).WEST OF ENGLAND DEVOLUTION
You can access the VDS from here.
Joint Media Release - 16 March 2016
PLACEMAKING PLAN INPUT
B&NES information on Placemaking Plans
Minutes of Special Parish Meeting: 12 Jan 2013
Priston Parish Council Placemaking plan input Dec 2013
- National Planning Policy Framework (Mar 2012)
- B&NES Adopted Core Strategy (Jul 2014)
- Saved policies from the B&NES Local Plan (2007)
- West of England Joint Waste Core Strategy (2011)
- Supplementary Planning Documents (B&NES)
- Adopted B&NES Placemaking Plan (Jul 2017)
- B&NES: Local Plan (adopted 2007)
- Proposal Map for Priston (adopted 2007), key
- B&NES: Existing Dwellings in the Green Belt SPD
LOCALISM ACT INFORMATION
Parish Council notice for meeting on 12 Jan 2013
Government advice note on "The Community Right to Bid
Presentation to Christine Hunt - May 2016
Presentation to Tim Hughes - July 2011
Presentation to Tim Hughes - May 2011
Parish Council - March 2011
Village Green reopening - March 2011
PRIDE handover - October 2009
Newton Brook Footbridge - September 2008
Presentation to Christine Bowyer - May 2007
Bench in memory of Jim Nokes/Charlie Fry - May 2004
PRISTON PARISH COUNCIL
Priston Parish Council was established by the Local Government Act of 1894. The Council is funded by a precept from the Community Charge. It caters for the local needs of villagers and plays an important role in ensuring that the views of residents are heard on issues such as planning, highways, footpaths and public transport. There are 7 Councillors who are elected to serve a term of four years.
The Council owns:
You can contact the Parish Council via the Clerk:
Standing orders 2016, 2017
Code of Conduct
Planning application procedure
Planning checklist (pdf, Word)
Publication Scheme required by Freedom of Information Act
Register of Interests 2011, 2012 update, Nov 2012, 2015, 2016
Chairman's Report: 2014, 2015, 2016
Accounts for year ending March: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Annual return: 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17
Asset Register: 2017
Risk Assessment: 2015, 2016, 2017
Financial regulations: 2016, 2017
Exercise of Public Rights: 2015, 2017
Notice of Conclusion of Audit 2017
Expenditure > £100
Six meetings are held each year plus the Annual Parish meeting and the Annual General meeting.
All meetings are held on Mondays commencing 7.00pm in the Village Hall.
For details of forthcoming meetings see the Calendar.
Agendas are displayed on the Parish Council noticeboard approximately 10 days before each meeting. and are also published on the Priston Website (from Sep 2011).
Minutes are displayed in abridged form on the noticeboard on the Village Hall.and are published in full on the Priston Website .
All residents of Priston are welcome to attend meetings and are invited to raise issues before the start of each meeting.
Bath & NE Somerset Council
B&NES Planning Applications
Ward Councillor - David Veale
Avon Local Councils Association (ALCA)
Copper-based ADSL broadband is available throughout the village from a variety of suppliers, speeds vary from 1-8 Mb/s. Fibre-To-The-Premises (FTTP) ultrafast broadband is also available from TrueSpeed Communications Ltd, giving speeds of up to 100 Mb/s.
Note: Priston Parish Council accepts no responsibility for the contents of any external websites listed on this page.