Redbourn Parish Council
is looking to co-opt two new councillors.
If you would like to know more, please write expressing your interest to the Clerk at email@example.com or call the Parish Center on 01582 794832. You do not have to be a member of a political party to be a Parish Councillor. If you would prefer to initially have an informal chat, please contact the Clerk or speak to a Councillor.
Vision Statement and Objectives for Redbourn in 2030
The Neighbourhood Plan Working Party has completed the first draft of the Vision Statement and Objectives for consultation. We welcome comments and suggestions, as this is an evolving document. It is REDBOURN'S PLAN - YOUR PLAN, and we need as much input from the local community as possible. For more information please click on the Neighbourhood Plan tab (at the top and left side of this page).
THE DEADLINE FOR CONSULTATION RESPONSES TO THE DRAFT VISION STATEMENT AND OBJECTIVES IS 21st JULY 2015.
R.A.G.E. (Redbourn Against Greenbelt Erosion)
The St Albans District Council's draft Strategic Local Plan (SLP) proposes 2500 new houses in Redbourn Ward (the so-called "East of Hemel" sites). Redbourn Parish Council is against this large-scale development on our Greenbelt. For more information contact the Chairman: Cllr.David.Mitchell@RedbournParishCouncil.gov.uk
Or see our Facebook Page RAGE (Redbourn Against Greenbelt Erosion) at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1478257759125648/
REDBOURN PARISH COUNCIL
Redbourn Parish is situated to the north-west of St Albans in the county of Hertfordshire, England. The Parish lies between Hemel Hempstead and Harpenden and is mostly agricultural land in the Metropolitan Green Belt. At the centre is the historic village of Redbourn. The population of the Parish at the time of the 2011 Census was 5,344 people living in 2274 dwellings.
Redbourn Parish Council consists of two wards, Beaumont and Nicholls. The district council is St Albans City & District Council, and the parliamentary constituency is Hitchin and Harpenden.
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