Peckleton Parish Council

Serving the people of Peckleton, Kirkby Mallory and Stapleton

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Clerk: Mrs Alexandra Stretton
Woodbine Cottage, 11 Cottage
Lane, Desford, Leicestershire
LE9 9GF

Tel: 07818 261585

Peckleton Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Peckleton parish a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Please use the search bar or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

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Advance Notice of road closure in Peckleton on 27th March 2019

Advance Notice of road closure in Peckleton on 27th March 2019

We have received the following from Leicestershire County Council...

"Dear Sir/Madam

ADVANCE NOTICE OF A TEMPORARY TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER.

A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) is to be made for the following location: Peckleton Common, Peckleton (see attached plan). The purpose of the TTRO is to allow Leicestershire County Council to facilitate carriageway patching work.

The TTRO will incorporate a temporary road closure. More »

The duration of the restriction is not anticipated to exceed a period of 1 day commencing on the 27th March 2019.

A Press Release will be issued to confirm these details approximately 2 weeks prior to the works commencing.

Should you require any further information please reply to this e-mail raising any specific concerns you may have.

Yours faithfully Kathleen Cullen

Network Co-ordinator
Network Management Team Leicestershire County Council Highways" » Less

Posted: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 10:46 by Andy Elton

Residents to have their say on HBBC council services

Residents to have their say on HBBC council services

People living in the Hinckley & Bosworth area are being asked for their opinion on the services they receive from the Borough Council.

The survey is carried out annually with regular questions on satisfaction to allow the council to monitor trends over time.

This year the diverse range of topics residents are being asked about include satisfaction with service delivery and value for money, how well informed residents are, personal safety in the local area, housing, the local economy and Hinckley market. More »

Anyone who wishes to take part can complete an online survey at www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk/satisfactionsurvey or contact the council on 01455 255795 for a paper copy. Members of the council's Citizens' Panel and people living at selected addresses across the borough will also be asked for their views to try to ensure the views are as representative as possible.

The survey is open until Friday 22 February 2019 and results will be published later this year.

Executive Member for Corporate and Member Services at the Borough Council, Cllr Chris Ladkin said: "Understanding the views of residents is key when assessing our effectiveness as a council. I would encourage residents to fill in this questionnaire, for the more responses we get, the more we can be sure we are focusing on the issues local people feel are most important to them." » Less

Posted: Wed, 06 Feb 2019 15:40 by Andy Elton

New machines mean no more loose change

New machines mean no more loose change

The Borough Council is phasing in new ticket machines at its pay-and-display car parks across Hinckley town centre.

New machines are being installed in the Leisure Centre, St Mary's Road and Church Walk car parks this month with others introduced gradually over the new few months.

The new pay-and-display machines will provide a variety of quick and simple ways for people to pay for their parking.

For the first time car park users can look forward to not having to find loose change as the new machines will accept contactless payment and credit and debit cards as well as cash. More »

Parking charges remain the same at 60 pence for up to an hour and £2.00 for three hours in short stay car parks and £2.50 for over five hours in long stay car parks. For more information about parking charges across the town go to www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk/parking

Executive Member for Corporate and Member Services, Councillor Chris Ladkin said: "I'm pleased that we are able to introduce these new machines to offer a modern means of paying for parking, without the need to use cash. These machines will make parking easier for some people and will soon be available in most of our Hinckley car parks." » Less

Posted: Wed, 06 Feb 2019 15:36 by Andy Elton