Hampton Bishop Parish Council

The Parish council =  the closest tier of government to you.

 the voice of local people.

Parish Councillors are summoned to attend an Extraordinary Meeting of the Parish Council on
Thursday 4th October 2018 at 7.30 pm in the Village Hall

The following NDP Documents will be considered for adoption at a meeting of Hampton Bishop Parish Council on Thursday 30th August 2018 and then submitted to Herefordshire Council for the formal Regulation 16 consultation period to be conducted over a six week period by Herefordshire Council.
1. Submission Neighbourhood Development Plan
2. Basic Conditions Statement.
3. Consultation Statement.
4. Tables 1, 2 & 3.

Speed Limit  on the B4224

You may recall that we undertook an investigation in relation to the speed limit  on the B4224 in Hampton Bishop and submitted a Briefing Note which contained our recommendations. Following the Briefing Note, we received support to our recommendations.

Consequently, we have now been instructed by Balfour Beatty on behalf of Herefordshire Council to initiate the Traffic Regulation Order.

*Speed Limit  on the B4224*

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Be a Member of our Parish Council

The most parish councils are not followers of party politics and you can become a member of our Parish Council  – you must be:-

  • over 21 and on the electoral register
  • A resident of the parish
  • Able to attend regular evening meetings
  • Have an interest in local issues
  • A desire to improve the quality of life in the Parish
  • Able to represent the views of local people.

The position is unpaid and voluntary, but some expenses such as training is for paid by the Parish Council.