The Parish Council will be holding a parish meeting for residents to discuss and find out further information about the following planning application:
PA/2020/103: Outline planning application to erect 55 dwellings including drainage infrastructure, public open space and associated landscaping with appearance and scale reserved for subsequent consideration on land to the East of High Burgage, Winteringham.
The meeting is open to all residents who may want to find out further information about the application and how to submit comments to North Lincolnshire Council.
The meeting is taking place on Monday 10th February 2020 at 7.15pm at the Village Hall.
Vacancy: Parish Councillor
Winteringham Parish Council are looking to Co-Opt two Parish Councillors due to vacancies.
To apply please send a short letter confirming your interest and skills to the Clerk to the Parish Council
Holly Scott 01724 721372 or firstname.lastname@example.org
21 Flixborough Road, Burton-Upon-Stather, Scunthorpe, DN15 9HB
You must ensure that you meet the following eligibility criteria before applying:
- You must be a British Citizen, or a citizen of the commonwealth, or the European Union and
- You must be 18 years or older on the day you are nominated for election
- For the whole 12 months prior to election you must:
o Have been an elector of the parish and either occupied or owned /rented premises in the parish or
o Resided within three miles of the parish boundary or
o Had your principal place of work in the parish
In addition to this you cannot stand for election if you:
- Are the subject of a bankruptcy restriction order
- Have, within five years before the day of election, been convicted in the United Kingdom of any offence and have had a prison sentence (whether suspended or not) for a period of over three months without the option of a fine
- Work for the council you wish to become a councillor for
Thank you for all of your comments regarding the Neighbourhood Plan. If you are interested in being involved with this project please contact Councillor Malcolm Blackburn.