Council minutes & other documents

What is a Parish Council?

Lurgashall Parish Council is an elected tier of local government representing the people living and working in the parish of Lurgashall. It is separate to the Parochial Church Council. The council consists of 9 elected members plus a clerk and we are here to represent the interests of the village of Lurgashall. We work to protect the local environment,we can influence higher levels of local government, deal with other corporate bodies (like BT, English Nature etc), and provide allotments and play areas within the parish.

Results of Local Elections to Parish Council 2019

You may read the official notices here and here

As there were less nominations than places on the council there will be no need for a vote. Also there will be vacancies for two people to be co-opted to the council. Please contact the clerk if you are interested.

County & District Local News

North Chichester CLC meetings view here
How to Contact Your Local Police view here and download a contact card view here

Next Meeting Agendas


Next Meeting of Parish Council agenda - on 2nd Thursday @ 19:30 EXCEPT AGM 16th May due to election rules.
Annual Parish Meeting 2018 agenda

Next Planning Committee Meeting - on 1st Tuesday @ 19:30 & after council meetings help

  • All meetings take place in the Village Hall 19:30 unless otherwise notified.

  • Minutes & Budgets

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    The council minutes for previous meetings are available from the links on the left of this page. They are in Adobe Acrobat format.

    The proposed dates for this year's Parish Council meetings are:
  • 2018 :: **12 July >> 9th August**, **13th >> 27th September**, 8 November
  • 2019 :: 10 January, 14 March, 16 May (Annual Parish Council Meeting )
  • The Annual Parish Meeting {not a Parish Council meeting}:- 25th April 2019 @ 19:30

    Confused about the "Annual Parish Meeting" in April and the "Annual (General) Meeting of the Parish Council" in May?
    See how NALC explain the difference.

  • Freedom of Information

    In common with all other local authorities, the Parish Council has adopted the 2009 version of the Model Publication Scheme as drawn up by the Information Commissioner under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOI). The Scheme commits the Council to provide information to the public routinely and proactively and is in two parts the Model Scheme itself and a list of the information available from the Council. You will find these in the downloads section on the left of this page.

    The official noticeboard of the Parish Council is located on the Village Green next to the bus shelter, additionally there is one at Dial Green.

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