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Information that the Council wishes to bring to the notice of residents
No elections are scheduled at the moment but please ensure that you are registered to vote. All you will need is your National Insurance number if you register on-line.Your vote is precious so please do exercise your democratic right to vote in all elections and referendums by ensuring that you are registered on the electoral roll. Voting is normally held at the polling station that is usually set up at Winteringham Village Hall
About this Web Site
This is the 'official' web site for Winteringham Parish Council detailing its meetings, financial affairs and other activities. The site will evolve as we receive feedback from our residents on the web site's contents and what to include - if you do wish to make a suggestion then do please complete and submit the form provided on our 'Contact Us' page.
For current and future activities that are regularly held within the village and details of our many active community groups please refer to the Winteringham Village Hall web site.
There is also a Facebook social media site available that is run by Winteringham Residents. Click on the Facebook icon for this link. Similarly, the Parish Council has its own Facebook group.
There is also a regular parish Newsletter that is distributed to all households within the village.
Numerous links are provided throughout this web site to other agencies and organisations that residents may find useful see our 'Documents' page for the Council's documents and other useful links.
Proposed Development on Winterton Road
Mr Richard Morton spoke to the Parish Council about a proposed development to the east of Winterton Road at the Parish Councils' meeting in September. Richard will be providing a monthly update on the progress of the proposed application and if you have any questions you can contact him on the details below:
Mr Richard Morton
September Update: Opportunities and Constraints Plan and the Site Plan.
Update 12th September 2018: Richard has been in touch to let the Parish Council know that the archeological assessment of the site has been scheduled for week beginning 8th October 2018. Once the report comes back and is considered alongside the reports from Highways Consultants, Services Consultants, Flood and Drainage Engineers, Planning Consultants and Ecologists Richard will be able to provide further details about the number of houses, size and how they might be arranged.
Update 16th October 2018:
The archaeological investigation took place last week and Richard is now awaiting issue of the report to see whether there is anything of historic significance under the ground which might affect the development plans for the site. The report should be received within the next couple of weeks after which the implications of the report will need to be looked in to. It is hoped that a better idea of the layout for the site and the timetable for future discussions with NLC and the Parish Council will be provided by Richard next month.