Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Chestfield Parish Council

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Welcome to Chestfield Parish Council web site

Latest news - development proposal for land at the back of Maydowns Road Eton College resubmitted an application for a mixed use development on land at Bodkin Farm including 290 houses. Read the parish council response here and the logistics map here . At the development management meeting held on 11 November 2014 Canterbury City Council voted 10-0 to refuse the application. However, Eton College have already lodged an Appeal with the Inspectorate. To view their Appeal case click here and the covering letter . Read the parish council's further response to the Appeal here. It is anticipated that the Appeal will last for 8 days and be scheduled from 18 August 2015 starting at 10am in The Guildhall, Canterbury.

Please use the Links below to take you through the site to several micro sites. Additionally the left hand menu has separate site pages - Hover your mouse on the site page heading and then select the one of interest to you from the drop down menu.

This website has been created by the parish council and is being continually updated with local news and articles of interest. Any comments about the website or suggestions for possible inclusion should be directed to the Parish Clerk. Should anything or any organisation have been omitted from the new website we apologise in advance, should you come across any errors or links that do not work properly please let the Parish Clerk know by email.  We will endeavour to put things right without too much delay.

Councillors contacts Latest Agenda  Circular walk


Planning applications
Cllrs responsibilities


Chairman's reports

PROW (Public rights of way) Neighbourhood Watch Trees in conservation areas

What is a parish council?

What does a parish councillor do?

Meeting dates  Chestfield Recreation Ground Speedwatch 

Welcome Pack for new residents

Conservation area map


Parish Magazine

Advertising in the parish magazine

Defibrillator for community use Kent's PCSOs powers Grant awards from the parish council


Notices - if you would like to insert a notice about a Chestfield based organisation please contact the Parish Clerk at clerk@chestfieldparishcouncil.gov.uk 

Chestfield Rotary Club - new - On 20th March 2015 over 100 children from St Peters Primary in Canterbury, Blean Primary and Swalecliffe Primary Schools walked 6km carrying 6ltrs of water in a back pack in recognition of what their peers do in Malawi every day to collect water for their families read more

Stephanie Bloor – Bursar at Swalecliffe CP – runs London Marathon in support of Walk 4 Water 2015 Read more

If you have any comments, complaints or compliments about the parish council we have a form for your feedback here

Ash die back - information on this disease affecting Ash trees

Chestfield Recreation Ground.. Go along for a visit and try the new outdoor fitness equipment...more..                             


 Chestfield Rotary club -click for more information or to go direct to their web site click here 

Chestfield Parish Council - View the Parish Plan  

View Status of actions from Parish Plan here....

Dealing with bonfires .Its a  common misconception.....read more....


Other web sites you may like to visit..

      Canterbury city council - click here

      Kent county council  - click here  

     The National Association of Local Councils  - NALC    Click Here

     The A to Z of Local Directgov services Click here

     Chestfield History web site - visit http://chestfield.weebly.com/

Standing orders are the written rules of a local council. They are used to confirm a council’s internal organisational, administrative and procurement procedures and procedural matters for meetings. Chestfield Parish Council's Standing Orders and Financial Regulations

For The Register of Parish Councillor's Declared Interests follow this link: https://www.canterbury.gov.uk/your-community/support-for-voluntary-and-community-organisations/parishes/register-of-parish-councillors-interests/


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