PARISH COUNCIL NEWS

On this page are details of Parish Council news and initiatives

April 2017 - Vacancy - Part Time Works Operative Coggeshall Parish Council are seeking a Part-Time Works Operative to work five hours a day.  Please see the attached Job Description for more information.  Starting salary £8.87 per hour.  Closing date for applications is Friday 28th April. 2016 - JD - Assistant Works Operative - FINAL Job Application Form - Assistant Works Operative

April 2017 - Coggeshall Parish Council's response to APP17/00359/OUT - The Dutch Nursery 2017-04-12 - 17-00359-OUT - CPC Response

April 2017 - Please see below for the response from Coggeshall Parish Council to the application on the incinerator 2017-04-12 - CPC RESPONSE TO ESS-24-17-BTE-SPO

April 2017 - Please see below to response from Coggeshall Parish Council to the application for increased working hours at the Bradwell Quarry 2017-04-12 - CPC RESPONSE TO ESS-20-17-BTE

March 2017 - Please see below for the response from Coggeshall Parish Council to the A120 Public Consultation. 2017-03 - A120 - CPC Response

March 2017 - The Parish Council are inviting quotations for the re-decoration of the interior of the Village Hall (Main Hall). 2017-03 - Village Hall Decorating Specification

March 2017 -  Integrated Waste Management Facility (Incinerator)

The Environment Agency have received another application from Gent Fairhead for an environmental permit to include an increased stack height. There is a public consultation until 13th April with an exhibition at ChristChurch Coggeshall on Friday 31st March from 2pm - 7.00 pm.  Please see the link below for further details. Rivenhall IWMF factsheet - new application Mar2017

August 2016 - Stoneham Street Play Area The possibility of turning the children’s play area behind Stoneham Street into additional car parking has been raised on a number of occasions in the last two years.  A law firm specialising in providing advice to parish councils has advised the Council that no more than 800 square feet of this area could be converted into a car park under its control.  This would provide space for only 3-4 cars so would not be a practical proposition.

At its meeting on 8th August 2016 the Council voted unanimously to accept this advice.  The Council also voted unanimously to establish a working party with the brief to find more parking spaces within the parish.

February 2016 - Result of the Car Park Survey Please see the attached pdf 2016-02 - Car Park Survey Report