Oaksey Parish Council
The Parish Council meets on the second Thursday of each month (except August) in The Rest in Oaksey Village Hall. Members of the public are welcome to attend. Meetings start at 7.00 pm. The first 10 minutes of each meeting are set aside as a Public Question Time. The agenda for each meeting is posted in the noticeboard outside the Village Hall. Currently your parish councillors are as follows:
- Richard Moody (Chair)
- Roger Squance (Vice Chair)
- Lady Chicky Oaksey
- David Spurrier-Kimbell
- Helen Hall
The clerk to the Parish council is Veronica Hourihane, who can be contacted on 01285 706303 Email – email@example.com
The Parish Council are able to consider small grants for local groups to help support the community and enhance the village. If you would like us to consider an application please find below the detailed requirements and the application form. Please note, all applications over £500 require 3 quotes for the works being considered.
A copy of the most recent unaudited accounts for the parish can be viewed here.
A copy of the Parish Council Minutes can be found here. Please note the most recent minutes have not been approved and signed off by the parish council.
Our Plan has been submitted to Wiltshire Council to begin the next part of the process which is requesting official feedback on the plan.
Please find below both the guidelines for this from Wiltshire Council together with a feedback form. Note that these are not being collected within Oaksey but need to go direct to Wiltshire Council as detailed.
We felt that you should know that Wiltshire Council have sent us the attached map for our Village. This shows 7 sites which have been registered by their owners to ‘make Wiltshire Council aware that the land proposed might be suitable’ for future residential development. Their inclusion in the long term strategic plan does not, we are told, give this land any preference at all in the planning process.
The Parish Council has forwarded its outright and total opposition to these sites. They are all outside our residential boundary and are not required to satisfy future housing needs in Oaksey.’