Parish Council Election: Your elected Parish Councillors are: Dr David Thomas, Chairman; Mrs Claire Jones, Vice Chairman; Mrs Moira Marriott, Planning Chairman; Mr Robert May, Vice Planning Chair; and councillors Mark Bates, Mrs Jennie Edwards; and Mr Simon Hanna. Parish elections are held every four years and each councillor is required to declare a Register of Interests which is publicly available. Thanks are recorded to the other nominated election candidates, who were not successful, for their valued support to the Parish.
Planning Applications considered and awaiting decision: 19/01132 Wood View, Folly Rd.- alterations; 19/01118 Downs View, Post Office Rd. roof extension; 19/00992 Crown Cottage, extension; 19/01080 New Mill, Kintbury/Inkpen, natural outdoor swimming pool; 19/01229 Kaikoura, Folly Rd. render and clad the dwelling;
Planning Applications granted: Inkpen Memorial Playing Field for general renovations & improvement and enlarge existing hall.
Gigaclear Fibre Broadband Network: If you are concerned that damage has been caused to your property please contact the Gigaclear Network Build Care team who will log and pass on your query to the relevant team to investigate. Please update your issues to the new team on Tel: 01865 591137 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Library Service: Town and Parish Councils are being asked by West Berkshire Council to consider a donation towards the ‘shortfall’ in funding to maintain the current level of library service 8 libraries, the Mobile and At Home Service. Following discussion, Councillors have agreed to make an initial donation of £200 in order to assist with the cost of maintaining the mobile library service for residents. The position will be reviewed towards the end of the financial year.
The Great Plantation: The countryside officer at West Berkshire Council has written to all the landowners asking for evidence/information about the plantation and also permission to explore the woods. Five separate applications have been submitted requesting that different routes across the Plantation are recorded as public footpaths. One of the major concerns is how accurate the routes drawn on the application correspond with the informal routes drawn by residents.
Inkpen Parish Council meetings are advertised on the village notice boards and on the official village website in advance of the meeting - see www.inkpen-village.co.uk . The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday 30th July 2019 at the Inkpen Sports Pavilion at 7.30pm, subject to councillor’s availability. All Inkpen residents are welcome to attend.
Email contact: If you wish to be informed of issues about Inkpen or receive village news please contact the Parish Clerk by email.
Gloria Keene, Clerk to Inkpen Parish Council (I 668960) Email: email@example.com