REDBOURN PARISH CENTRE
Due to staff holidays, the Parish Centre Office will be closed on the following days:
- Monday, 15th August 2016
- Monday, 22nd August 2016
In the event of an emergency, please call the Out of Hours number 07436 549584.
SITES PROPOSED FOR ALLOCATION IN THE DRAFT NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN
Following extensive consultations with the community about the sites proposed for development in Redbourn village, the Neighbourhood Plan Working Party has now met to consider resident’s feedback alongside the technical assessments and made a decision about which sites we will be proposing for allocation in the draft Neighbourhood Plan. For more information please see:
STRATEGIC LOCAL PLAN (SLP)
St Albans' District Council has submitted its proposed development plan for the next 15 years to the government inspector. The plan includes 1500 new houses on Redbourn Parish greenbelt. Public Examination of the SLP will take place in the autumn. The documents pack can be viewed at the Redbourn Parish Centre.
Redbourn Parish Council is against large-scale development on our greenbelt and has submitted its objections: click RPC submission
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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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.