Welcome to Belmont Rural Parish Council
2017 Free Parish BBQ
We are now taking registrations for the 2017 Free Parish BBQ. To register click here
Community Action Day 1st April
Register your interest here
We have now have an agreed list of sites that require work.
Hedge Pruning at the junction of Westholme Road and Mulberry Close, Litter Picking along Westholme Road and Coppin Rise play area General Tidy Up
We will be meeting at Belmont Community Center, 10.30am on the day. Lunchtime BBQ at approximately 1pm Free for all volunteers at Belmont Community Center
New Look Parish Newsletter
The latest Parish Newsletter has been printed and will be appearing in your letterbox soon.
If you can't wait click on the image on the left to go to the Newsletter where you can also download a copy.
Parish Council Meeting
The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held on Thursday 13th April 2017 at Belmont Community Centre, Eastholme Avenue, Belmont and will start at 7.00pm. For further information and to view the agenda for the next meeting, see the "next agenda" section from the Meetings tab.
Community Action Day - 15th October 2016
The Parish Council would like to say a big thank you and congratulate all our volunteers who helped to clear the three areas within the Parish. We look forward to seeing you all again next year as planning is already underway for 2017 where we hope to see even more volunteers.
Neighbourhood Development Plan - Regulation 16 Submission
As you will know from the pages on the Neighbourhood Development Plan, a small but dedicated group of people have been working on the Neighbourhood Development Plan for the Parish. It's been a long and sometimes arduous task with many quite complex stages in the process, all with the aim of establishing a planning policy document for your Parish. Your Parish Council is delighted to announce that the draft plan has reached another milestone - the Regulation 16 submission. This is where the draft plan, together with supporting documents, are sent to Herefordshire Council for independent examination. An examiner will look through the plan and may make suggestions for changes before the plan is finally put to you, the residents of the Parish, for your approval through a referendum. A regulation 16 submission is also a milestone because from this stage onwards, the plan starts to carry some influence in planning decisions within the Parish.
The current draft documents can be found on the Neighbourhood Development Plan pages or by clicking here.
Grants and Donations
Every year your Parish Council has a limited amount of funding that can be used for grants and donations to organisations working within the Parish. If you are a group or organisation working within the Parish and have a project that benefits residents of Belmont Rural and perhaps need some funding to support that project, we may be able to help. To find out more, contact the Parish Clerk on 07722 872 180 or email email@example.com.