To access the Boundary Commissions draft recommendations please click here
To download the June edition of Halling View please click here
At the moment the HPC website does not have a SSL certificate and is not secure, the parish council are in the process of making this site secure by purchasing a SSL certificate, when this certificate is installed on the website the data to and from the website will be encrypted so that a third party will not be able to read the data.
For the VE Day special edition of Halling View please click here
Halling Parish Council Office
Due to the current situation and until government guidelines are changed the Parish Council office will be closed for the foreseeable future to protect members of the public and Parish Council employees.
Also in the interests of public safety, all Parish Council meetings which would ordinarily be open to the public are cancelled until further notice. The Parish Council are asking for the parishioners of Halling to bear with the Parish Council at this crucial time until we get through the situation that we have and to follow the guidelines that we are being given by the government.
Halling Parish Council
Halling is a large village on the Kentish North Downs, England and is within the Medway Council area. Consisting of three Wards (Lower Halling, Upper Halling and North Halling), it extends over about 3 miles or so along the River Medway valley. The hills and countryside on the western flank of Halling Parish form part of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
Halling Parish Council comprises of three local Wards with Councillors to represent their Ward. We are a diverse team of 11 volunteers working on behalf of local residents and businesses to enhance and improve the quality of life and local environment in Halling.
Thinking about becoming a Councillor ?
• Apply your skills, experience and initiative in shaping the dynamic future of our Parish.
• Attend one of our monthly meetings and speak to one of us about exploring the opportunities, rights and responsibilities of a Councillor.
• Parish Councillors can attend training courses delivered through the Kent Association of Local Councils (KALC) and the cost of these courses is met by the Parish Council, please see their web site for more information about being a Councillor and an overview of typical training modules for councillors www.kentalc.gov.uk/