Parish Council News

Post Office Outreach Service returns to the Cricket Pavilion as from Tuesday 6 October 2020

Ockley Parish Council are delighted to announce the return of an outreach
post office service in Ockley Village.
The service will be based at the Cricket Pavilion in School Lane every
Tuesday from 8.30 am until 10 am, starting on 6 October 2020.
It is encouraging to see the return of this vital service to our rural
community.
We encourage people to make good use of the service so that we can retain it
and hopefully build on frequency of the service moving into the future.

September 2020 updates - 4 points of note

1. Information from MVDC regarding new grant funding opportunities for local businesses recently announced by Coast to Capital LEP. Two of the grant schemes are due to open at midday on Tuesday 15 September 2020. Businesses will need to be ready to submit their applications as soon as they open as these particular grants will be allocated by Coast to Capital on a first come first served basis and are likely to be over-subscribed very quickly. The latest edition of Economic Spotlight the Mole Valley business e-newsletter contains all the information about the grants.

Future MV - draft Local Plan consultation

Ockley Parish Council has responded to the consultation - please see attached document

The draft Local Plan (called 'Future Mole Valley') sets out how development in Mole Valley will be planned over the next 15 years and identifies locations for new homes and other development, whilst continuing to protect the countryside.

Ockley Parish Council asks you to respond to this consultation.

Consultation period - 3 February to 23 March 2020

Consultation event - Friday 21 February 2020 at Ockley Village Hall, 3 to 7 pm

Freedom of Information Act 2000

Information available from Ockley Parish Council under the Model Publication Scheme

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Code of Conduct

BHF Heartstart Courses

Please contact us if you would be interested in participating in a FREE 2 hour training course that teaches basic Emergency Life support skills.The aim is to give people the necessary skills and confidence to deal with emergencies that they may well come across either at home, in the work place or whilst out and about in the community.  

Neighbourhood Development Plan Status – March 2014

A summary of the progress to made to date with some of the key results from the Survey conducted in 2012