Eaton Bray Parish Council
Minutes of 6th October 2014
Below is a summary of the minutes of the Eaton Bray Parish Council Meeting of 6th October 2014.
A full version can be downloaded in Adobe Acrobat format (PDF):
Summary of Minutes - 6th October 2014
Central Beds Council (CBC)
Customer Services: Telephone: 0300 300 8302 / Email: [email protected]
A detailed list of services provided by CBC can be found by visiting: ebpc.co.uk/CBCservices2014 [PDF]
- Housing Allocations Scheme: A new Housing Allocations Scheme will be rolled out across Central Bedfordshire. The changes introduced will make applying for social housing simpler, fairer and easier to understand. For more information contact the Housing Solutions Team on 0300 300 8302.
Reported Crime - Year to Date
|CRIME REPORT||Recorded Crime|
|Violence against the person||1||0|
|Three reported anti-social behaviour incidents for August. Dog walking, Motorcycles riding around village, abandoned vehicle.|
News from the team
If you wish to contact your Local Policing Team then please call 01582 473411 or email LPT.LeightonBuzzardLinslade&Rural
All information is confidential and no names will be disclosed. Please remember if you need to contact the Police: Non–emergency call 101 / All emergencies 999
If you live in the parish and are interested in the beautification of the village then please contact Eaton Bray Parish Council and join the EB Bloomers.
The Parish Council STILL NEED volunteers to join the speed watch group to monitor traffic speeds on the parish roads. If interested please contact Cllr. Mark Tomkins on 07810 753878, between 9am-8pm or email [email protected].
The council wished to remind residents that trees situated on private land (not council land) and causing a nuisance to your property are not the responsibility of the Parish Council and that residents need to take the matter up with the land owner direct.
There have been a spate of bonfires in the parish recently, it is important to note that although there is no legislation banning bonfires; smoke from bonfires can constitute a statutory nuisance and possible action if the bonfires are lit on a regular basis. Central Bedfordshire is not in a smoke free zone and only garden waste should be burned. Instead of having a bonfire, CBC recommend that waste material be taken to a civic amenity site for disposal, or if practicable, composted or recycled. If a bonfire is being lit on a regular basis, for example every Tuesday at 6.00pm then it does constitute a statutory nuisance and possible action will be taken. If this is the case then you can contact the CBC Environmental team on 0300 300 8302 and they will take the appropriate action.
Next Council Meeting
Monday 3rd November 2014, 7.30pm, in the Coffee Tavern.
The Parish Clerk can be contacted using the details shown on the Eaton Bray Parish Council home page.