Cannock Chase and Bevin’s Birches are great places for nature, history, natural beauty and fun – but they need active management to stay that way. Staffordshire County Council and the RSPB want to manage them to get the best outcome for people and wildlife and so want to know what people who care about the
Stafford Borough Council is keen to hear your views on about the Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report for the Stafford Borough Local Plan Review. The consultation is now underway. The Sustainability Appraisal Scoping report and Response Form can be viewed on Stafford Borough Council’s website at www.staffordbc.gov.uk/forwardplanning. Copies of the report can also be inspected at
Residents and businesses are being asked for their views on changes to rules that can help stop people causing problems in areas of Stafford Borough. New national legislation comes in to force in October that places restrictions on, for example, where people can drink alcohol or the number of dogs a person can walk at any
Members of the public may have noticed that a new company is now cutting the grass throughout the Parish. This is because the contract with Trent Grounds Maintenance ended in 2016. The Council requested quotes from several companies, including TGM, who were unable, at that time, to submit a quote for work in 2017. All
The annual meeting of Berkswich Parish took place on May 2nd, 2017. Members of the public who attended heard from Mrs. Lynne Sandy who outlined plans for the Best Kept Village Competition 2017. In 2016, the hard-working BKV volunteers were rewarded for their efforts by winning 3rd place in this hard fought and prestigious competition.
The Annual Parish Meeting of Berkswich parish will take place on Tuesday 2nd May at 6.30 pm in Walton (Berkswich) Village Hall, Milford Road, Walton on the Hill. Members of the public are welcome at all parish council meetings and there is always a public question time prior to each meeting. However, unless invited, members