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Parish Council Information

At a Parish Council Meeting held on 23 October 2008 the following resolution was made:
It was resolved by a unanimous decision that the Parish Council will adopt, without modification, the Model Publication Scheme as developed and approved by the Information Commissioner in line with Section 20 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.  The Parish Clerk was requested to take any necessary actions for the Parish Council to comply with the Model Publication Scheme, as soon as possible”
In compliance with the Freedom of Information Act, please find listed below details of, and links to, information available on this website

Annual Return Section1​

Description of information available If a link is shown below please click on it to view the available information on this website (please use your browser’s back button to return to this page)
Model Publication Scheme (details of information available from Brundall Parish Council, as required by section 20 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000) Freedom of information info available mod pub scheme
Schedule of charges for information provided by Brundall Parish Council Freedom of information charges
Class 1 – Who we are and what we do:
Cemetery Fees and Regulations: Cemetery Fees 2016
Contact details for Parish Clerk see panel to right
Pension Policy 2015  Brundall PC Pension Policy

Bank reconciliation to 31 March 2016

Bank reconciliation up to Dec 16

 Bank reconciliation Year End 2015-16

Bank reconciliation 3rd qtr 2016-17

Income

and expenditure 2015-16

 Brundall15-16 accounts
Budget vs Actual Expenditure to date  Budget vs Actual end dec 16
Annual return form and external auditor’s report 2016-17

 Section1 Annual Return

Section 2 Annual Return

Annual Return_Box 7 and 8 reconciliation

Bank reconciliation
Internal Audit Report

Annual Return Section 3

Conclusion of Audit Notice

Budget and Precept for 2017-18 Precept approved 2017-18
Annual Parish Report annual-parish-report-2016
Quality Status No information held at present
Local charters drawn up in accordance with DCLG guidelines No information held at present
Notice of appointment dates and exercise of pubic rights for for External Audit/Annual Return 2016-17

 Notice of External Audit_11-5-17

Confirmation regarding the exercise of public rights 2017

Timetable of meetings See Information (Calender of Meetings)
Agendas of meetings Brundall meeting agendas
Minutes of meetings Brundall meeting minutes
Reports presented to council meetings Please apply to Parish Clerk for hard copy of specific reports
Responses to consultation papers Please apply to Parish Clerk for hard copy of specific consultation papers
Responses to planning applications Please apply to Parish Clerk for hard copy of responses to specific planning applications
Bye-Laws No information held at present
Class 5 – Our policies and procedures
Policies and procedures for the conduct of council business:
Procedural Standing Orders Standing orders May 2016
Financial Regulations Financial regulations updated January 2017
Code of Conduct Code of Conduct – Adopted 14 June 2012
Policy statements  Complaints Policy

Policies and procedures for the provision of services and about the employment of staff:
Internal policies relating to the delivery of services No information held at present
Equality and diversity policy Equalities Policy Statement
Health and safety policy No information held at present
Recruitment policies Employment Policy
General policies:
Policies and procedures for handling requests for information  Freedom of Information Policy
Complaints procedures Complaints Policy
Information security policy  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

No information held at present
   

 

 

Records management policies  

 
 
 
 
 

 

Data protection policies  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

No information held at present
   

 

 

Schedule of charges for the publication of information Schedule of charges for information provided by Brundall Parish Council
Members Lists and Registers  http://www.broadland.gov.uk
Assets Register Please apply to Parish Clerk for a hard copy of the assets register
Disclosure log (indicating the information that has been provided in response to requests; recommended as good practice, but may not be held by parish councils) No information held at present
Register of members’ interests Please apply to Parish Clerk for a hard copy of members’ interests
Register of gifts and hospitality No information held at present
Class 7 – The services we offer
Burial ground and playing field,  Cucumber Lane Brundall Cemetery
Playgrounds (Near Memorial Hall, Links Avenue and Meadow View, Westfield Road) Please contact the Parish Clerk for any further information relating to playgrounds
Skate park (Near Memorial Hall, Links Avenue) Please contact the Parish Clerk for any further information relating to the Skate Park
Seating Please contact the Parish Clerk for information relating to seating
Street Lighting Click here
Bus shelters (Outside Budgens, Homesdale Road, Cucumber Lane and Strumphaw Road) Please contact the Parish Clerk for any further information relating to bus shelters
Litter bins Please contact the Parish Clerk for any further information relating to litter bins
Local Nature Reserve at Church Fen
Additional information
Documents archived with Norfolk County Council Records Office Please note that, in addition to the above information shown, a large amount of historical information regarding Brundall Parish Council is available for public viewing at Norfolk County Council Records Office, County Hall, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2DH.  Please click on the following link for further details:http://www.archives.norfolk.gov.uk/nroindex.htm
If you wish to view any documents in person, please contact the Parish Clerk on 07809 144342 or email to brundallparishcouncil@hotmail.co.uk

John Evans Good Citizen Award 2017

Nominations for the 2017 John Evans Good Citizen Awards are invited. If you know of someone who has done lots of community- spirited work for the village let us know. If you prefer to privately nominate, please email brundallparishcouncil@hotmail.co.uk. We would like nominations in by Friday 7th April. Thanks.

 

 

 

Neighbourhood Plan – Result of Referendum 11 March 2016

The Brundall Referendum on Friday 11th March resulted in the following outcome:

In answer to the question, “Do you want Broadland District Council and the Broads Authority to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Brundall area to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?”

873 voters said YES (92%) and 74 voters said NO (8%).

The turn-out was 29.5% of the total electorate.

The Chairman of the Working Group that prepared the Plan for Broadland District Council, Professor Martin Davies, said: “This result is fantastic.  It shows that the Plan accurately reflects public opinion in the village in respect of the six policies that make up the Plan.    It is good that, for the first time in history, the feelings of village residents will carry significant weight in the planning process.”

The policies concern:

– the preservation of important rural landscapes,

– improvements for pedestrians on The Street,

– increased recreational facilities,

– greater provision of housing-with-care for older people

– and of  nurseries for the under-fives,

– and a new network of footpaths and cycle-ways.

The Plan will remain in force for ten years.

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http://www.broadland.gov.uk/PDF/160111_Brundall_Neighbourhood_Plan_Revised_Post_Examination_Draft_v2.1.pdf

BRUNDALL’S OWN REFERENDUM

On Friday 11th March, all residents of Brundall will be invited to vote FOR or AGAINST the six policies that emerged from the village consultation that took place in 2014-15.

The policies aim to achieve:

  • the protection of the pedestrian environment on The Street
  • the provision of more walking and cycling routes
  • the preservation of two important views in Brundall
  • the development of more recreational opportunities
  • the supply of housing with care for older people
  • the enhancement of Brundall’s pre-school facilities

 

Free copies of the Neighbourhood Plan which outlines these policies will be available from 35 The Street or from the Parish Council Office during February. Alternatively please email brundallparishcouncil@hotmail.co.uk for an online copy. If you have no access online and have mobility and transport difficulties, please call 01603 712223 for a copy to be delivered to you.

If a majority of those who vote say YES to the Neighbourhood Plan, it will carry significant weight when the District Council considers future planning applications.

If you are on the Electoral Register for Brundall, you will receive a special voting card in good time before March 11th.

Venue: Brundall Memorial Hall between 7am and 10pm.

PLEASE USE YOUR VOTE.  

The outcome matters to YOU and YOUR FAMILY!!

http://www.broadland.gov.uk/PDF/160111_Brundall_Neighbourhood_Plan_Revised_Post_Examination_Draft_v2.1.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015⇓

Neighbourhood Plan new 6 week Public Consultation commencing on 22nd June 2015:

Please see the attached notice by clicking on the Link below:

http://consult.broadland.gov.uk/portal/neighbourhoodplans/

 

PUBLIC NOTICE Brundall NDP publication (1)

 

Brundall Parish Council initiated the Neighbourhood Plan along with a working party made up of community minded individuals. Without the expertise  of Ingham & Pinnock Consultants, funded by the Community Development Foundation (Locality) to help us to prepare this draft of our Brundall Neighbourhood Plan, we are in no doubt that the process would have been infinitely more difficult.

Brundall is located approximately 7 miles east of Norwich and to the north of the River Yare. The village abuts Surlingham Broad and part of the parish falls within Norfolk Broads National Park. The village has a population of approximately 4,000 residents, is home to a number of number of shops and services and contains a high concentration of employment in the boating and marine sector. It has two railways stations with good links to Norwich and Great Yarmouth and is surrounded by exceptional countryside.

The preparation of a Neighbourhood Plan will enable the local community to establish policy solutions for issues within the Parish over the next ten years and help to ensure that future changes reflect local needs and aspirations.

Pre-submission consultation:

Thank you for visiting this Brundall Parish Neighbourhood Plan page.  The Pre-Submission Draft Neighbourhood Plan consultation period runs from 5th December to 30th January 2015.  Please follow the link below to review the below document and tell us what you think about the emerging Neighbourhood Plan for the village:

http://www.inghampinnock.com/brundall-neighbourhood-plan/

Specific services:

  • Funding application development and submission
  • Social and economic baseline research
  • Formal and informal consultation with the local community, businesses and local stakeholder groups
  • Identification of strengths and weaknesses
  • Development of a vision and objectives
  • Working collaboratively to produce policies and appraising compliance with strategic planning policies
  • Preparation and submission of the final suite of documents

For further information:

 Further information sources:

www.gov.uk/government/policies/giving-communities-more-power-in-planning-local-development

www.planningportal.gov.uk/inyourarea/neighbourhood/

 

The Parish Council

‘Neighbourhood Plans’ are a product of the Coalition Government’s localism policy.  The plans are being prepared by Parish and Town Councils all over the country.  Because Brundall’s Parish Council is committed to ensuring that our village remains a top-class place to live, it decided to play its part in the process.  Work has been going on throughout 2014: a working group made up of councillors and other residents of the village has met regularly, and two consultation days have been held at the Memorial Hall when residents of Brundall were invited to tell us what they thought.  As a result, eight draft policies have been drawn up:    subject to further discussion, the Neighbourhood Plan will argue for  . . .

. . . the preservation of a Green Corridor along the Lackford Run from Yarmouth Road in the North to the Strumpshaw boundary in the East;

. . . the provision of an improved and joined-up network of footpaths and cycle ways in the village;

. . . the protection and enhancement of Brundall’s important views: looking South from Braydeston Church and North East from the Memorial Hall;

. . . the protection and enhancement of boat building and marine related businesses in Brundall;

. . . the achievement of public access to the River Yare, ideally including a public slipway and green open space by the waterfront;

. . .  the introduction of measures to protect and improve the environmental quality of the Street for pedestrians and local businesses;

. . . the provision of enhanced recreation facilities in the village;

. . . the delivery of improved pre-school provision in the village, and the exploration of whether there is a need in the village for ‘housing with care’ facilities for old people.

Three meetings of the Working Group during the Autumn will lead to the preparation of a final text, and the views of residents are still being invited.     If you have an opinion, please tell the Clerk.

The Plan itself will not, of course, guarantee the resources necessary for the achievement of its policies, but, once in place (and if it has been approved next year in a referendum of  Brundall residents), it will provide a framework that will require Brundall Parish Council and Broadland District Council to take full account of it in pursuit of their own respective policies

Calendar of Meetings for the year ahead

Please click on the link to see the Calendar for this coming year:

Please note we now hold meetings at the Memorial Hall.  Clerk’s new office is also located at the Memorial Hall. Telephone 01603 712223.

Council Calendar of Meetings 2016-17

Calendar for 2015-16

 

Street Lights

Q. How can I report faulty street lights?

A. If you are aware of a faulty street light please do not hesitate to report it.  When reporting a fault it would be most helpful if you could provide as much of the following information as possible:

  • The name of the street in which the light is located
  • The number of the light – normally stencilled or stamped onto the lighting column
  • The property number or name nearest to the light
  • The type of fault eg not lighting, lighting at the wrong time, permanently on, damaged light, reduced intensity of the light etc

There are some 260 street lights in the village.  Some are the responsibility of the Parish Council and some are the responsibility of Norfolk County Council.  Listed below are the roads in which the street lights are the responsibility of Norfolk County Council and those that the Parish Council own. Please contact the relevant tel nos if you know of a fault.

Norfolk County Council: Click on Link below to report a fault to Norfolk County Council

(Scroll down further to see roads owned by the Parish Council): 

http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/Travel_and_transport/Roads/Road_maintenance/Street_lighting/NCC006912

Telephone: 0344 800 8020

  • Berryfields
  • Blofield Road
  • Brecklands Road
  • Deacon Close
  • Deepdale
  • Firtree Close
  • Greenacre Close
  • Grovebury Close
  • Lackford Close
  • Links Avenue
  • Mallard Close
  • Meadow View
  • Medswell Close
  • Morse Close
  • Oakdale Road
  • Oakhill
  • Postwick Lane
  • Riverdale Court
  • Station New Road
  • Station Road
  • Strumpshaw Road
  • The Coigncroft
  • The Dales
  • The Street
  • Westfield Road
  • Yare Valley Rise

Street lights in the below named roads should be reported to the Parish Council by telephoning 07809 144342. Your assistance is very much appreciated.

  • Beech Way
  • Beverley Road
  • Blofield Road
  • Brandon Court
  • Brigham Close
  • Cedar Way
  • Cucumber Lane
  • Finch Way
  • Foster Close
  • Highfield Avenue
  • Holmesdale Road
  • Levine Close
  • Longmeadow
  • Lake View Drive
  • Braydeston Crescent
  • Nurseries Avenue
  • Page Road
  • Parker Close
  • Redliffe Way
  • Riverside Estate
  • Rose Walk
  • Springdale Cresent and Springdale Road
  • St Clements Way
  • St Laurence Avenue
  • St Michaels Way

Parish Survey Interim data results

Thanks to Cllr Ian Walters for collating the Survey results relating to the qualitative data. Please click on the link below to view:

Report of BPC household survey 2013 (3)

 

The Action Plan will be published in due course. The data is already being used for input into the Neighbourhood Plan and for decision making on the CDROB Committee. (Committee for the Development of Recreational Opportunities in Brundall).

Brundall Cemetery

BRUNDALL PARISH COUNCIL

UK Power Networks are carrying out some overhead cable work in this Cemetery on Tuesday 15th April and Wednesday 16th April.

They will be working on one side of the Cemetery only directly underneath the overhead power cables and at times in the spare Cemetery field.

We apologise for the inconvenience to all visitors to the Cemetery on these days.

Parish Survey of Village Opinion

We have had many replies already. Please note the date of the deadline to return your Surveys is Friday December 20th.

Drop off points at Budgens (at the checkout), Cards and Candy, Brundall Home Hardware, Brundall School and the Library.

We are very keen to receive your valuable opinions! You could win £50.00 for your entry to be placed in a Prize Draw.

 

Parish Survey of Village Opinion

The Council has issued a Survey of Village Opinion to all households in Brundall. If you did not receive your hard copy, please contact the Clerk, Sharon Smyth on 07809 144342 or 01603 712223 for delivery of a copy.

The survey deadline for returns is Friday 20th December.

To view the Parish Survey Click on this Link: Parish Survey 2013

Free prescription Delivery Service for the housebound

Residents may wish to know that Brundall’s Co-Operative Chemist does run a free prescription deilvery service. They will arrange to deliver prescriptions to those residents who are housebound and will even let them know if their prescription needs renewing. Please click onto the link below to find out more about this valuable service:

http://www.co-operativepharmacy.co.uk/Pharmacy/Content/health-advice-and-services/complete-repeats/