The parish of Hatley was formed in 1957 when the parishes of Hatley St George and East Hatley were united.
Hatley Parish Council was established on 5th July 1973 by a mandate drawn from the Local Government Act of 1933 which ‘provided that for every rural parish there shall be a Parish Meeting’… [and] in the case of a parish having a population of less than 200, the County Council may establish a Parish Council for that parish.
The mandate doesn’t give the population in 1973 – the 2011 census puts it at 181 people in 77 households.
Hatley Parish Council comprises five members – all elected by public vote on 3rd May 2018: a chairman, vice-chairman and three others – and a clerk, seen above during the 2019 Annual Meetings in Hatley Village Hall: L/R Nicola Jenkins, Harold Nickerson, Micky Astor (Deputy Chairman), Alan Pinney, Margot Eagle (Chairman) and Kim Wilde (Clerk).
The Manor House
01767 651 649
Hatley St George
Members of the Parish Council
49 East Hatley
20 Main Street
Hatley St George
The Old George
2 Main Street
Hatley St George
07729 087 510
For our councillors’ Register of Interests, please use this link to the South Cambs District Council website.
Clerk to Hatley Parish Council
01767 650 596
What we do
We are responsible for making decisions relevant to the parish and also setting the annual precept. We are also responsible for the playing area / equipment in Hatley St George, the village hall and the village speed monitoring sign.
As sub-committees of the Parish Council, Hatley Village Association and the Hatley Website Group report to us at our regular meetings. We also receive reports about Hatley St George church, St Denis’ church East Hatley and from the St Denis’ church Local Nature Reserve Management Group.
We also comment on Hatley planning applications – they are routinely discussed at our meetings and our recommendations can be influential with the officers and Planning Committee at South Cambs District Council.
We organise an annual litter pick each March (although in 2020, because of Covid 19, it moved to 25th October) along the verges of the Croydon / Gamlingay road within the parish and we are very keen on making sensible enhancements for the village – such as the speed monitoring sign.
Hatley Parish Council holds six scheduled meetings a year on the third Tuesday of January, March, April (the Annual Parish Meeting – but not in 2021 when it will be combined with the AGM), May (the Annual General Meeting), July and October; other ‘extraordinary’ meetings (usually concerned with a planning application) are held as necessary.
The Council’s next scheduled meeting will be on Tuesday, 16th March at 7.30 pm, via Zoom – see this link.
Hatley Parish Council diary
Tuesday 16th March – 7.30 pm / Ordinary Meeting – via Zoom.
Tuesday 18th May – 7.00 pm / Annual Parish Meeting – Via Zoom, followed by….
Tuesday 18th May – 7.30 pm (approximately) / Annual General Meeting – Via Zoom.
Please do join the meetings to see and listen to your Parish Council in action.
Agendas and minutes
Hatley Parish Council produces comprehensive agendas in good time before its meetings, followed by detailed minutes, usually as soon as is practical after a meeting.
Copies of the Parish Council’s agendas for its Ordinary and AGM Meetings (going back to 2003) can be downloaded from the agendas pages.
For the agendas of Extraordinary Meetings (which are usually concerned with planning issues cropping up between Ordinary Meetings), please use this link: Extraordinary Meetings – Agendas.
Copies of the Parish Council’s minutes for its Ordinary and AGM Meetings (going back to 2002) can be downloaded from the Minutes pages.
For the minutes of Extraordinary Meetings (which are usually concerned with planning issues cropping up between Ordinary Meetings), please use this link: Extraordinary Meetings – Minutes.
More information? Contact the Clerk – Kim Wilde: 01767 650 596 / email@example.com.
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The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is responsible for enforcing those regulations – if you’re not happy with how we respond to your complaint, please contact the Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS).
Page updated 19th January 2021.