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Long Stratton Council
The Town Council is made up of members who all live in the village and surrounding areas and represent the village on various matters.
We are effectively the third tier of local government, the other two being Norfolk County Council and South Norfolk District Council. Find out more about the Council.
Maintaining of Council building and facilities
£9.00 per hour
Zero hours contract
Initial term 6 months with a view to be made permanent
Please contact the Clerk, Becky Buck, on 01508 530524 or e-mail Becky.Buck@longstrattontowncouncil.gov.uk
Deadline date is Tuesday 22nd June at 5pm
What We Do
The Parish Council is responsible for:
upkeep of the village street lighting
the recreation ground
the play area
the playing field
A Neighbourhood Plan
The memorial gardens
commenting on planning applications
bus shelters and dog bins
the village notice boards
the village plain
general maintenance around the village
Homes and businesses in Long Stratton were severely affected by the recent awful flooding.
The Norfolk Strategic Flood Alliance have created a leaflet with advice and helpful contact numbers and links you may find useful.
Please click here to view the leaflet.
Find out more information including funding, the proposed borrowing from PWLB and the business plan.
Long Stratton Town Council and South Norfolk District Council agreed to Long Stratton Town Council adopting the Central Toilets keeping them as a vital community asset. Currently they are still the responsibility of South Norfolk whilst the refurbishment work is being carried out. South Norfolk are in the process of finding a contractor to undertake the work. I will keep you updated as we know more.
Long Stratton Town Council are responsible for some of the street lights.
To see if we look after the street light by your property please click on the link below.
UPDATE - The Plan has been subject to an independent examination and the final report was received on the 5th July 2021. The examiner has recommended that the plan, once modified with the recommended changes, proceeds to referendum. You can see a copy of the report by clicking on the link below. South Norfolk Council will shortly be considering the recommendations detailed in the report and making a decision on whether the Plan should proceed to referendum.