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, welcome to Redbourn Parish Council websiteTue, 25th April 2017

This is the website for matters relating to Redbourn Parish Council. For information about  the Redbourn community, click on this link:  redbournvillage


Redbourn Parish Council is looking for our next Community Champion. If you would like to nominate someone, please write to us by 24th April outlining why your chosen person deserves this award.

Email:  champion@redbournparishcouncil.gov.uk

Or send a letter to:  “Community Champion”,   Redbourn Parish Council, Redbourn Parish Centre,  The Park, Redbourn, St Albans, AL3 7LR

The winner will be announced at the ANNUAL PARISH MEETING Monday 8th May, 7.30 pm at the Parish Centre. All welcome.


Apply now for a Redbourn Parish Council grant towards a community project or event in Redbourn. For further details contact the Clerk to the Council:  01582 794832  or email: clerk@redbournparishcouncil.gov.uk 

Successful applicants will receive their cheques at the Annual Parish Meeting.



The Draft Neighbourhood Plan has now been completed and was approved by Redbourn Parish Councillors at a meeting of the Full Council on 20th October 2016. Following this, the draft plan was sent to St Albans District Council (SADC) requesting informal comments and feedback. SADC were very complementary about the plan with no significant changes required. However at the most recent working party meeting in February it was decided to put work on the Neighbourhood Plan on pause until the outcome of the judicial review of the Strategic Local Plan is known in early June.

For more information visit: http://redbournplan.org.uk/



 St Albans' District Council proposed development plan for the next 15 years, which includes 2500 new houses in Redbourn Ward, has been rejected by the government inspector. The District Council is now making a legal appeal. 

Redbourn Parish Council is against large-scale development on our greenbelt and submitted its objections to the inspector: click on RPC submission for details.

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 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.

On this website you are able to:

•    view your Parish Councillors' contact details and what they do

•    see how we organise our committees and meetings

•    read the agendas and minutes for all meetings

•    keep informed and up to date by looking at the recent news pages

Please contact us if you have questions about the work of the Parish Council, if you have any concerns that you feel the Council should be aware of, or where it can help or support you.


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