*** REFERENDUM on the STAPENHILL NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN ***
On Thurday 15th September 2016, there will be a referendum on the adoption of the Neighbourhood Plan for your area. You will have received your voting card which advises you of your local Voting Station.
The Neighbourhood Plan, which gives powers to the Parish Council with regard to local planning applications in Stapenhill, may be reviewed in the following ways:
Or on this parish website: Stapenhill_FinalDraftNP_20May16.pdf
Via paper copies at:
The Customer Service Centre, Market Place, Burton upon Trent. DE14 1HA
Immanuel Church Hall, Hawthorn Crescent, Stapenhill, DE15 9QW
Burton upon Trent Library, Riverside, DE14 1AH
Waterside Road Community Centre, Stapenhill, DE15 9LF
The Notice of Referendum from ESBC may be viewed here:
Stapenhill village has its roots back in Roman times, and in Anglo-Saxon times was a large parish with a church. Today a church remains and the village has grown. At Stapenhill Parish Council we are committed to ensuring the well-being of the local community, making it a safe and enjoyable place to live in.
As a Parish Council we are actively involved in many areas of village life including:
- Improving the village in consultation with residents and the planning authority
- Providing play areas for children
- Supporting local community groups
- Partnering with the police to safeguard the village from crime
Neighbourhood Development Plan Update May 2016
The Parish Council are working alongside BPUD Ltd and key members of the community to drive forward the Neighbourhood Plan for the Parish. We are also keen to ensure that the plan involved people from all backgrounds and ages who live and work within the parish boundary.
For more information please read our latest news update item on the production of the Neighbourhood Plan, please contact the Parish Clerk, or contact one of your Parish Councillors.