KETTON PARISH COUNCIL

 

Ketton Parish Council (KPC) is an elected body which represents the interests of the residents of Ketton. A parish council is a civil local authority found in England and is the lowest, or first, tier of local government. KPC is made up of 13 elected representatives, only one less than the town of Uppingham. This is a legacy of when Ketton was a wider administrative division.

The full Parish Council meets once a month at the Ketton Parish Office, just off Stock's Hill.

FULL LIST OF PARISH & COUNTY COUNCILLORS AND THEIR CONTACT DETAILS

The council has four sub committees which also meet monthly. They are:

Highways and Open Spaces

  • Planning

  • Public Relations

  • Finance and General Purposes (as necessary)

 

The responsibilities of the council include:

  • Village surveys and research

  • Village development and planning

  • Development of village amenities

  • Green areas and grass cutting

  • Maintenance of Hall Close and playground

  • Cemetery maintenance

  • Street lighting

  • Tree maintenance and conservation

  • Traffic management and safety

  • Parking

  • Planning control

  • Community events

  • Village information, interpretation and promotion

  • Business/organisation liaison

The Parish Office is open 09.00 to 16.00 on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Phone
01780 722 451 (Parish Clerk)


Address

Ketton Parish Council,
Parish Offices,
Stocks Hill Lane,
Ketton,
Stamford,
PE9 3TW

 

Email
kettonpc@btinternet.com

Website

You can access information here on meetings and minutes and other activities of the council.
www.kettonpc.org.uk

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