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Welcome to the Netley Marsh Parish Council website

Netley Marsh is a small village in the New Forest.  Close to Southampton and the M27 yet the village is very rural in character.

We hope you find the information in the menus on the left useful.

Any member of the public requiring a matter to be considered by the Parish Council, should ideally inform the Clerk 7 days prior to the next meeting so that it can be included on the agenda

Next Meeting Annual Parish Meeting 25 April, Woodlands Community Hall, 7.30 pm.  Find out what your Council and representatives have been doing on your behalf over the last year.  Two presentations - the Local Hunt and an Indian Experience will follow the reports

Next Parish Council meeting 21 May 2014 7.00 pm AGM, then Planning and then the monthly Parish Council meeting at 7.45 pm the Learning & Development Centre, Tatchbury Hospital   


Vacancy for Parish Councillors (2) see below

Parish Lengthsman Required - see advert below

Flooding: A survey regarding the new Government scheme for ensure insurance against flooding is available to all can be completed at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/impactfloodre

Fletchwood Lane -  if you're concerned and about the state of the bridleway connecting the two ends  of Fletchwood Lane the Parish Council would be pleased to hear your views prior to the April meeting

Footpath 5, Loperwood to Loperwood Lane.  The Parish Council is applying for this footpath to be upgraded to a bridleway.  Your views on this should be sent to the Clerk to the Parish Council, Kilderkin, Lea Road, Blackfield SO45 1YW netleymarshpc@parish.hants.gov.uk

Have you an empty house?  If so please see http://www.newforest.gov.uk/index.cfm?articleid=13023

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Code of Conduct: Councillors agreed to accept the New Forest District Council code of Conduct July 2012 - for details of the code see

http://www.newforest.gov.uk/index.cfm?articleid=1651&articleaction=dispmedia&mediaid=850

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NETLEY MARSH PARISH COUNCIL (NETLEY MARSH SOUTH WARD)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that two casual vacancies have arisen in the office of Councillor for the Netley Marsh Parish Council (Netley Marsh South Ward).

If by 13 May 2014 (excluding Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays) after the date of this notice a request for an election to fill the said vacancies is made in writing to the Returning Officer, New Forest District Council, Appletree Court, Beaulieu Road, Lyndhurst, SO43 7PA by TEN electors for the Netley Marsh South Ward, an election will be held to fill the said vacancies. If no request for an election is received the vacancies will be filled by co-option.

If an election is called, it will take place not later than 16 July, 2014.

Dated 22 April, 2014

Ms R Cooper

Clerk to Netley Marsh Parish Council

Kilderkin

Lea Road

Blackfield

Southampton

SO45 1YW

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PARISH LENGTHSMAN REQUIRED

The services of a Parish Lengthsman are required to work on village upkeep duties across four parishes: Bramshaw, Copythorne, Netley Marsh and Wellow.

The duties may include such tasks as:

  • Clearing drainage grips, channels and outfalls
  • Cleaning and making minor repairs to road signs and removing flyposting
  • Light ditch work
  • Cleaning and minor repairs to bus shelters
  • Reporting defects and breakages
  • Clearing footways and verges, including removing soil, and cutting back overgrown grass, weeds and hedges.

The Lengthsman will be given a list of tasks for each parish through the year, the total work averaging approximately 1 day a week.

The Lengthsman will be self-employed and need to have their own means of transport and tools to carry out the work. The lead parish is Copythorne, who will be overall supervisor and make payment for this fixed term contract.

The contract starts in June 2014, will run for one year and may be extended. The Lengthsman will be given introductory training in working safely, both generally and near roads.

If you are interested in applying for the contract, please write or email your application to Mike Derrick, Clerk to Copythorne Parish Council, 3 Chichester Close, East Wellow, Romsey SO51 6EY. Email copythornepc@btinternet.com. Telephone 01794 322080.

Closing date for applications Monday, 28 April 2014.