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Ashford Carbonell Parish Council

Notice Board

Application to Register Ashford Carbonell Sports Field as a Town or Village Green 

Please see details in attached document of a public notice for the above application 

Any Objections to the application should be submitted to Shropshire Council on or before 16th March 2018.

PRECEPT 2018/19

The Parish Council considered the Budget Report for the Financial Year 2018/19 which had been produced by the Clerk. It was anticipated that the Parish Council would have balances of approximately £10,400 at the 31st March 2018 which includes the Reserve Provisions for Future Election Costs, Replacement Defibrillator, and Recreation Grants.

In the financial year 2018/19 the Council has been informed that it would no longer receive Environment Grant from Shropshire Council, this having been used to help finance amenity work within the Parish.

There will also be additional cost for the introduction of the new Data Protection Regulations May 2018 which will be applicable to all Parish and Town Councils.

After consideration of the report it was agreed by the Parish Council to increase the precept by £1,000 to £8,076 for the financial year 201819 which on the average Band D Property would result in an increase of £5.32 on the Parish Council element of the Council Tax Bill.


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