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Buntingford Town Council

Serving the people of Buntingford

Manor House

Clerk: Jill Jones
Manor House, High Street
Buntingford SG9 9AB

Tel: 01763 272222

Latest News

Date Confirmed For BCANP Referendum

A date for the referendum of the Buntingford Community Area Neighbourhood Plan (BCANP) has now been confirmed by East Herts Council.

After years of hard work by the Neighbourhood Planning Team, the referendum date has been scheduled for Thursday 23rd March 2017. Polling cards will be sent out to those who are eligible to vote prior to then with confirmation of the date, time and location of where to vote, which will be your regular polling station.. Read More »

Posted: Thu, 02 Feb 2017 10:00 by Clerk's Office

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan, News

New Councillor

The resignation of Debbie Lemay in June created a vacancy on the Council. The public did not call for an election leaving the Council free to co-opt a new member.

A number of strong candidates applied to fill the vacancy and the Councillors had the difficult choice of whom to co-opt. After much deliberation it was decided to offer the position to Iain Duncan. Iain has lived in Buntingford for the past year and lives on the High Street. He is.. Read More »

Posted: Sun, 02 Oct 2016 09:30 by Clerk's Office

Tags: Councillor, News

Land East of Aspenden Road Appeal Decision

We regret to inform you that the development of the land to the East of Aspenden Road has been allowed at appeal. The development will bring up to 56 new dwellings.

Posted: Fri, 27 May 2016 16:54 by Clerk's Office

Tags: Planning

Appeal for Wheatley Areas 2 & 3 Decided

Unfortunately, Wheatley Areas 2 & 3 have now officially been granted planning permission at appeal.

This will result in approximately 100 houses built for area 2 and approximately 80 houses built for area 3.

The Aspenden Bridge development for approximately 56 dwellings is still at appeal, with a decision currently due later on this month.

Posted: Tue, 15 Mar 2016 10:00 by Clerk's Office

Tags: Planning

Outdoor Gym in Buntingford

The Town Council have recently commissioned the installation of outdoor gym equipment to be fitted in the town.

The gym equipment will be installed at Norfolk Road Playing Field, between the existing play equipment & the Pavilion. There will be 6 different pieces of equipment fitted within the next few months, ranging from 'Pedal Bikes' and 'Air Skiers' to Chest Press and Leg Press equipment, with each concentrating on building strength &.. Read More »

Posted: Sat, 05 Mar 2016 10:00 by Clerk's Office

Tags: Leisure

Buntingford Community Area Neighbourhood Plan Released For Public Consultation

Buntingford Community Area Neighbourhood Plan Released For Public Consultation

Have your say!!!

The pre-submission draft of the Buntingford Community Area Neighbourhood Plan is now available for a period of 6 weeks consultation and comment for residents, businesses and all those that operate within the Buntingford Neighbourhood Area of Aspenden, Buckland & Chipping, Cottered, Hormead, Wyddial and Buntingford.

The document covers all aspects of planning the future of the area until 2031... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 02 Sep 2015 15:30 by Clerk's Office

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

New 386 Timetables Published

New 386 Timetables Published

Timetables for the new 386 route from 1st September have now been published. Copies available from The Manor House.

Posted: Tue, 11 Aug 2015 15:30 by Jill Jones

Tags: News

Bus Changes Announced

Herts County Council has published the proposed changes to buses from 1st September. See link below for details:

http://www.hertsdirect.org/services/transtreets/pubtrans/subsidyjul15/

Posted: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 09:47 by Jill Jones

Tags: News

Cedar Tree has to be removed

Cedar Tree has to be removed

Following a report from the District Arboriculture Officer, the Town Council has reluctantly agreed to remove the large Blue Cedar Tree in Layston Court Gardens. The Officer is of the opinion that the tree is dangerous and could cause serious injury to a member of the public.

For the protection of the public the gardens will be closed during the removal process.

Posted: Mon, 06 Jul 2015 11:38 by Jill Jones

Tags: News

Freedom Of The Town Granted For The First Time

The highest honour a Local Council can bestow has been granted to Councillors for the first time.

Eunice Woods & Jean Cook have been granted the Honorary Freedom of the Town for their eminent service to the Town.

Eunice & Jean will receive their Honorary Freeman of Buntingford Certificates at the Annual Civic Reception at the end of June.

The Town Council would like to congratulate Eunice and Jean and.. Read More »

Posted: Wed, 27 May 2015 16:00 by Clerk's Office

Tags: News

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