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Contact The Parish Clerk

 

PATSY ADAMS

ryburghpc@gmail.com

Welcome to Ryburgh Parish Council's
Website
The Annual Governance and Accountability Return for 2019/20 can be found in the Finance Section of the website.  The notice of dates for the exercise of public rights can be found here
Meetings
Because of the current situation meetings will be held remotely until further notice.  Our next meeting will be on 1st September 2020.  Further details will be publish towards the end of August. 
There is still time to respond to the Crisp Maltings Planning Applications
Ryburgh Parish Council has objected to the three planning applications submitted to North Norfolk District Council by Crisp Maltings
The Parish Council objections may be viewed here (hit the highlighted area)
 BACKGROUND  Please read this document first
PF/20/0523 Construction of 15 Grain Silos and Warehousing,associated drainage Phase 1
PO/20/0524 Hybrid Application for new HGV Access Road and Expanded Site Phase 2
PO/20/0525 Outline Application for 50 Dwellings
To respond to the applications you can hit the highlighted area below to go directly to the applications on the NNDC website
PF/20/0523 Construction of 15 Grain Silos and Warehousing, associated drainage Phase 1
PO/20/0524 Hybrid Application for new HGV Access Road and Expanded Site Phase 2
PO/20/0525 Outline Application for 50 Dwellings

If you require any further information or you need any help please don't hesitate to contact the Parish Council - ryburghpc@gmail.com   or 01263 837119

The Neighbourhood Development Plan 
NEWS
25th June 2020
The Independent Examiner has been appointed.  Further details will be uploaded shortly
Please click the button below for  the more information about the Ryburgh Neighbourhood Development Plan
 

For enquiries about the Neighbourhood Plan contact Mike Rundle, Ryburgh Neighbourhood Plan Working Group on 01328 829472 or email ryburghndp@gmail.com 

Please Do Not Confuse the NDP with the Crisp Maltings Planning Application -Neighbourhood Plans are  used by local communities to influence the planning of the area in which they live and work. They can be used to develop a shared vision for a neighbourhood, to choose where new homes, shops, offices and other development should be built, to identify and protect important local green spaces, and to influence what new buildings should look like.   

Ryburgh Parish Council | ryburghpc@gmail.com | Parish Clerk - Patsy Adams | 07506 481841

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