News & Notices

Parish Council election results

Parish Councillors results

UNCON - Pembridge.pdf

Declaration of Result of Poll

Ward results

Declaration of Result of Poll (Ward).pdf

Parish Councillor Vacancy

After the recent Parish Council elections, 12 members have been elected to Pembridge Parish Council uncontested. The Parish Council has one Councillor Vacancy. If you are interested in what happens in the Parish and have ideas about what needs doing locally why not join? Closing date 14th June 2019 for informal interview at June 19th meeting. Please contact clerk@pembridgeparishcouncil.gov.uk for more information

CO-OPTION vacancy POSTER 2019.pdf

Pembridge NDP referendum results

Great News! Pembridge Neighbourhood Plan has passed referendum. This means that the NDP will have full weight from 1.3.19, however it will take about a month for the plan to be formally adopted as part of the statutory development plan.

DRP_PEMBRIDGE results Feb 28 2019.pdf

Information on the new energy Smart Meters

As I'm sure you're aware, the Government is rolling out free smart meters into all homes and businesses before 2020. The links are purely information on how to get a smart meter, how they work, how to refuse one etc.

https://selectra.co.uk/guides/smart-meters

Non-domestic_smart_metering_guidance.pdf

Coming up

Pembridge Parish Council Meeting

18 June

7.00pm

Pembridge Parish Hall

All Welcome

Parish Data

Latitude:

51° 13' North

Longitude:

2° 53' West

Height:

105m above sea level

Ward Councillor:

Roger Phillips

MP:

Bill Wiggin

Population:

1,056*

Parish Facts

Position:  51° 13’ North, 2° 53’ West - Pembridge church, approximately

Height:  105m above sea level (345ft) - A44-Bridge St junction

Area:  3,121ha (7,713 acres, 12.047 sq miles)

Population*:  1,056 of whom 872 are 16 or over

Dwellings*:  496

Households with use of car*:  459

Ward Councillor:  Roger Phillips

MP:  Bill Wiggin

*Population data from 2011 Census. Source: Office for National Statistics, © Crown copyright