Welcome To Hoveton Parish Council’s Website

Welcome to the website of Hoveton Parish Council. Here you’ll find further information about the work of the Parish Council and the services it provides, contact details for your local councillors, information about the parish of Hoveton, plus all the latest Council and community news. Whether you’re a resident of Hoveton or a nearby parish, a member of Hoveton’s workforce, a visitor to our village, or just an interested party, we hope you find this website useful and informative. And we look forward to welcoming you to a Hoveton Parish Council meeting soon!

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Planning Application PF/18/2202

Hoveton Parish Council has been invited to comment on the following local planning application:

Application PF/18/2202
Proposal: Erection of rear single storey extension, creation of front first floor extension, demolish existing garage and erection of garage with annexe accommodation above.
Address: Windborne, 21 Stalham Road, Hoveton
Further Details: North Norfolk District Council
Consultation Deadline: 28th December 2018

As there is no scheduled Parish Council meeting before the end of the consultation period, this application will be considered by Hoveton Parish Council in accordance with ‘Option 2’ of its Planning Protocol.

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HPC Meeting – Monday 3rd December 2018

Hoveton Parish Council’s next meeting will be held on Monday 3rd December 2018 at 6.30pm in the Jubilee Room at Hoveton Village Hall, and all are welcome to attend.

Download meeting agenda (Monday 3rd December 2018).

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Help Shape The Future Of Hoveton

Hoveton Parish Council is keen to consult with local residents in order to gather views on the positive and negative aspects of life in Hoveton, and to determine how and where changes can be made to improve quality of life for all. In the near future, your Council will be updating its five-year Parish Plan, which outlines the Council’s vision and key priorities for Hoveton.

However, the Parish Plan is also designed to reflect the thoughts, feelings and ideas of local residents. Therefore, your help is needed if the Parish Plan is to be a true reflection of life in Hoveton; past, present and future. What would you like to see included in the new Parish Plan? What do you think your Parish Council’s priorities should be in the future? What is your vision for Hoveton? This is a wonderful opportunity to contribute your views and suggestions, so please do get in touch with us. Please contact Cllr Martin Richmond with your feedback (01603 781 573 or email mrichmond@hoveton-pc.org.uk) or leave a comment below.

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Community Christmas Tree

Last winter, Granary Staithe looked particularly festive thanks to the introduction of the village’s first community Christmas tree. This year, your Parish Council is hoping to repeat its Christmas tree project and once again add some extra sparkle to Hoveton’s Christmas. Local residents and businesses are encouraged to support this project (a big thank you to The Wroxham and Stobart & Hurrell, who are already supporting this project), so please contact Cllr Alex Howe (ahowe@hoveton-pc.org.uk or 01603 783 096) if you can help in any way.

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Update From Bure Valley Railway

While reports earlier this year suggested Broadland District Council was planning to either repair, replace, or remove the footbridge leading across the main road from Hoveton and Wroxham railway station to the Bure Valley Railway, Hoveton Parish Council is pleased to report that the Bure Valley Railway has confirmed this bridge won’t be removed, though maintenance work will be carried out to address the bridge’s corrosion problems. And in further good news, Bure Valley Railway has advised the Parish Council that it is due to take over maintenance responsibilities for the Bure Valley footpath alongside the railway.

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