The public have a general right of access to many types of recorded information held by public authorities. Any person who makes a request to a public authority for information must be informed whether the public authority holds that information and, subject to exemptions, will be supplied with that information.
This page offers downloads of:
- PC Meetings – Agendas, Minutes, Annual Assembly & Annual Report
A record of the monthly PC meetings.
- Minutes of meetings of the Planning Committee
Details of applications and recommended decisions.
- PC Newsletters
Produced quarterly with events, stories, contacts etc. in and around the parish.
- Neighbourhood Plan
Formally approved to encompass our parish and Cofton Hackett – residents are welcome to join.
- Complaints Procedure
In the event of a complaint, this guide offers advise and assistance.
- Freedom of Information Act Publication Scheme
Information available from Lickey and Blackwell Parish Council under the model publication scheme.
- CALENDAR OF MEETINGS 2018 to 2019
- Financial Regulations
Adopted July 2014
- Code of Conduct
Obligations applying to all Councillors.
- Standing Orders 2013
Adopted by the Parish Council October 2014
- powers and duties
The powers and duties given to Parish Councils
- Training Policy 2018
- Grant Awarding Policy 2018
- Insurance Certificate 2017
- Neighbourhood Plan Area Map
The approved map showing boundary
- Public Rights of Way Map
Public Rights of Way (footpaths) throughout our parish and beyond with current information on Public Path, Modifications, Gating and Traffic Regulation Orders plus reported problems
- Lickey & Blackwell Parish Plan
Written by local people to form the parish’s business plan for the next 20 years on topics ranging from road safety to leisure amenities, from education to local democracy and from health access to housing requirements.
- Lickey & Blackwell Village Design Statement
Community document shaping future developments describing valued qualities and characteristics in and around our parish. Also to influence planners and developers. Accepted as a Supplementary Planning Guidance Document (SPG9) by Bromsgrove District Council
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