The Parish Council is non-party political and is actively involved in maintaining and developing the environment as a pleasant place to live, work and visit. As the first tier of government it has an important part to play in local democracy.
The council usually meets on the 4th Thursday of alternate months in Fanshaws Room (the village hall). All meetings are open to the public, and electors are welcome to put questions to the council or make comments at the beginning of each meeting.
Meetings for 2018 are 25 January, 22 March, 24 May, 19 July, 27 September and 22 November.
The council comprises five elected members [individual responsibilities shown in brackets].
To contact any of the councillors or the clerk by email please use our contact form.
In accordance with the Localism Act 2011 all local authorities had to adopt a new Code of Conduct based on the seven Nolan Principles of conduct in public life; selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership.
Within twenty eight days of taking office members are required of submit a Register of Interests disclosing pecuniary and other non-pecuniary interests which must be published. Failure to do so is a criminal offence.
The Monitoring Officer of East Herts District Council is responsible for establishing and maintaining the Register.
For a list of planning applications registered for Brickendon Liberty parish just click on Get Planning Applications below to go to the East Herts Council planning system website. You will need to select ‘Brickendon Liberty CP’ in the parish drop-down list and possibly enter start and end dates.