Pembridge Parish Council comprises 13 unpaid members elected from within the parish and a paid clerk who acts as advisor and administrator. Its primary concerns are with planning, highways, traffic, community safety, housing, street lighting, playing fields, litter, seats, shelters and rights of way.
The Councillors are required to complete Notice of Registerable Interests forms and these can be viewed on the Councillors' page.
The Council raises money through taxation (the precept) which is collected via the Council Tax. For the year 2018-2019, the precept is set at £20,000. For details of the precept allocation see Reports.
Parishioners can raise questions or submit comments at any time via the Contact facility on this website. You can also Register for email notification of forthcoming council meetings and other events.