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Parish CouncilSat, 27th May 2017

Parish Council

What do we do?

High Legh Parish Council is the council for the parish of High Legh in Cheshire.  Being the lowest tier of local government for the area it is closest to the residents and businesses of the parish. HLPC seeks to represent parishioners in the fairest way possible by providing and enhancing services that are accessible by all members and associations of the community.

The Parish Council is funded through a Precept which is set annually by the Parish Council and is based on the work it is intending to do during the forthcoming year.  The sum required is obtained through a "local tax" which is included in the level of Council Tax levied by Cheshire East Council.

Who are we?

HLPC is represented by 10 volunteer councillors who are re-elected every four years and the PC employs one Parish clerk. High Legh Parish is also represented by a Cheshire East Councillor. For more information on your Councillors’ click here

Current Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies 

 

When do we meet

HLPC meets approximately every 6 weeks at the Village Hall and welcomes all parishioners to attend meetings. HLPC hosts an open Police Surgery at 7pm before each meeting at 7.30pm. For more details on the dates, times and venue of Council meetings, please click here

Recent HLPC projects/services include:

  • Raising £40,000 funding to install new playground equipment and re-landscape the playground.
  • Obtaining funding towards the purchase of new Village Notice Boards.
  • Enhancing the Village Car Park with white parking lines and two disabled parking bays.
  • Instigating and supporting the Parish Plan Project.
  • Designing and displaying a Parish Footpath/Bridleway Map at the Village Hall
  • Liaising with local police and providing an open Police Surgery Forum before every PC meeting.
  • Liaising with Cheshire East Council to locate dog/waste bins around the village.