Wansford Village

The Parish Council of Wansford deals with Wansford village north of the river Nene.

The village lies in the Unitary Authority of Peterborough City Council.


Agenda 13th November 2017



Clerk: Wendy Gray

13 Dovecote, Rippingale, Bourne PE10 0SY

Tel: 01778 441312



The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held in the Community Hall on

 Monday 13th November 2017 commencing at 7.30 p.m.

The public and media are cordially invited to attend and their participation is invited during each item



  1. Apologies for Absence
  2. Declaration of Interest – (Councillors are reminded of their obligation under the Codes of Conduct to declare personal and pecuniary interests
  3. Picnic Site
  4. Planning
  5. 17/01958/FUL – Construction of two dwellings on Land To The North Of 15 Nene Close Wansford17/02024/HHFUL – Construction of infill porch and double garage to front. Replacement of timber cladding and windows to front elevation at 11 Old Leicester Road Wansford PeterboroughLand at 21 Nene Close


  1. Minutes of the meeting held on 9th October 2017

To approve and sign the minutes

  1. Matters arising from the Minutes
  2. Finance

Parish Clerk – salary (October 2017)

  1. Wansford Community Hall
  • Repairs/Grant
  1. Christie Hall
  2. Highways

a)20 mph

b)Declassification (road signs)

c)Markings in the Centre of the Village

d)Road Surfaces

  1. A47 Dualling
  2. Village Plan
  3. Peterborough Local Plan Update
  4. Peterborough Parish Conference
  5. Quality Status
  • What we need to do next
  1. Correspondence
  2. Matters for Consideration
  3. Reports from Councillors
  4. Dates of next meeting in the Community Hall

Monday 11th December 2017

(Meetings are now held on the second Monday in the month.  When necessary, special meetings are called on an ad hoc basis)

1 comment to Agenda 13th November 2017

  • John Ramsden-Knowles

    Can the committee please follow up on the latest application from Larkfleet Homes to get approval to build 2500 new homes at Sibson which was rejected last year. You need to be proactive now in contesting this latest application – their website has further details incl a copy of their letter dated 14NOV17 to Huntingdonshire authority. Thank you.

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