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Ashington Parish Council
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Ashington Parish Council (West Sussex) aims to represent the interests of all residents of the parish.

The Council is responsible for a range of services and also works in partnership with other Councils and with organisations in the village. All Council meetings are open to the public and time is allocated for public comment. If you have any points to raise you can either attend one of the Council meetings or contact the Clerk or individual Councillors. If anyone has any questions or needs more information on any topics then please use the 'Contact Us' page and we will forward your questions to the appropriate person.

The Council's new phone number is 07851 009655. Be aware that the Clerk only works 14 hours per week and never on a friday or evenings/weekends so leave a message and she will respond as soon as she can. Use the 'Contact Us' page on this website to email the Clerk.

To report a problem with a road, pavement, streetlight, public footpath, bridleway etc: https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/report-a-problem-with-a-road-or-pavement/

To report crime/anti-social behaviour etc: http://www.sussex.police.uk/

Planning issues, bin calendars, housing, council tax: http://www.horsham.gov.uk/

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Current
Issues:

Parish Clerk recruitment - the Parish Council is seeking to recruit an additional Parish Clerk for 14 hours per week, working mainly from home, to perform the day to day duites of Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer. Closing date for applications is 7th September. Click here for more details.

Neighbourhood Plan update - the Parish Council has agreed to devote additional Clerk time to the Plan in order to get it moving quicker. More information in September.

August 2015 Newsletter article entitled 'Action Group Needed' - the Parish Council want to make it clear that it did not write, nor sanction this article and that the Newsletter is not associated with Ashington Parish Council in any way. Click here for the full statement.

Click for Horsham District Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter April 2015, May 2015, June 2015

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Meetings:

Next Parish Council meeting 3rd September. The draft Agenda is on the website. Planning applications to be discussed: to follow

Next Planning Committee is 19th August at 7.30pm in the Sports Pavilion.  Applications to be discussed:  Extension at Batts Farm (Billingshurst Road), Works to Jinkes Farm (Muttons Lane) and proposed change of use at Carbank (East Wolves). See agenda for details.

The Developer due to present proposals for land on Billingshurst Road will now attend a future PC meeting (date not yet known).

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