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The MEETING of the Environment Committee, of the above named Parish, will be held on Thursday 28th September 2023 at 13.00 at the Pavilion.

All members of the Committee are hereby summoned to attend the meeting for the purpose of considering and resolving upon the business to be transacted at the meeting as set out hereunder. Members of the public and press are welcome to join the meeting and may only participate during the Public Participation item. Please notify the Clerk if you plan to attend.

Parish Clerk to the Council                                                   Dated 22nd September 2023


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Notice: Conversion of Little Marlow Parish Council Streetlights to LED

** Update: at the Parish Council meeting on 7th March 2023 the Parish Council resolved to work with a contractor to replace the parishes street lights with LED lights.  Further updates will be posted to the website when a works schedule has been agreed.

Little Marlow Parish Council is changing its streetlights to LED. Parishioners are invited to provide their views on this matter.

The Little Marlow Parish Council Environment Committee have published a Report (please find attached below) containing recommendations for a project to convert the Council’s 39 residential streetlights to LED. The project aims to improve the illumination of streets, reduce energy consumption, lower maintenance costs, and support the objectives of the Council’s Environment Policy. A variety of options are being considered including turning-off or dimming some streetlights between 1am and 5am when vehicular and pedestrian traffic levels are low.

The project will consider streetlights in the following roads:

Burroughs Crescent, Church Road, Coldmoorholme Lane, Fern Lane, Oakfield Road, School Lane, The Moor, Wendover Road, Winchbottom Lane

The Reports recommendations were considered by Full Council on November 8th, where public representations were made. A Scope of Work (SOW) and an Invitation to Tender (ITT) for the supply of works to convert the streetlights has been issued to prospective contractors.


Welcome to the website of Little Marlow Parish Council. We do hope you find your visit helpful and that you call back regularly as the contents are often updated. If you have any comments or suggestions do please let us know using our Contact Form.

The civil parish of Little Marlow broadly comprises 1,350 hectares of mainly farmland rising from the Thames-side meadows to the broad leaf woodland just south of  the M40 motorway. Most of the parish is within the Green Belt and forms part of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

From the 2001 census we know that there are 579 dwellings housing 1331 people. Many of these dwellings are located in the south of the parish in the settlements of Abbotsbrook, Well End, Fern, Westhorpe  and the village of Little Marlow. The village also contains the 12th century church of St John the Baptist and the adjoining Manor House. We are well served by several attractive public houses and a well stocked farm shop with adjoining butcher/fishmonger.



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