Pitton & Farley Parish CouncillorsCHAIRMAN – Rod Coppock, Timbers, Beeches Close, Pitton
VICE CHAIR –
Rod Coppock, Timbers, Beeches Close, Pitton
Geoff Lowndes – Oakhurst, The Street, Farley
The Parish Councillors’ Register of Interest may be viewed here.
Wiltshire Councillor for Winterslow Chris Devine, Oak Tree Cottage, The Street, Farley. 01722 712464
You can e-mail the Parish Council via the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org
For the official government website of Pitton and Farley Parish Council, please visit here, where you will find all the current official Parish Council publications, regulations, reports, agendas and minutes.
The current Standing Orders are here (May 2018).
An excellent site for anyone engaged in planning is The Planning Portal, the UK Government’s online planning and building regulations resource for England and Wales. The site includes national and local guidelines, building regulations, an interactive house so you can discover what rules/regs cover any part of the house you may wish to change, and guidance on how to make a planning application.
The Clerk publishes a note for new members of the Parish Council which can be read here.
About the PC
From grass-cutting, bus shelters, notice boards, benches, trees and drainage, to looking after the children's play area. Learn what the PC does, here.
PC Meetings & Minutes
The Dates of and agendas, minutes and other documentation for all post-April 2019 meetings can be found at pittonandfarley-pc.gov.uk. Annual Town and Council Parish Reports for 2018-2019 This report explains the work of the Council over the last...
PC Finances 2013-2019
Here you can find a summary of the recent Parish Council accounts
Farley Ward is a sub-division of the Parish Council. Its Leader is Geoff Lowndes.
Pitton Ward is a sub-division of the Parish Council.
The Pitton and Farley Parish Plan was published in 2007 and describes the community's opinions on the important issues, with action plans.
Pitton Flooding & Flood Plan
The Pitton Flood Plan has been prepared by the Flood Committee to give vital information about the likelihood of, and response to, flooding in the village of Pitton.
Information required by the Transparency Code can be found here.