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Agenda for PC meeting 15 Jul 20

Agenda for PC meeting 15 Jul 20

Fri, 10 Jul 2020

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Emergency Response Plan - BPC - 20Mar20

Current issue of the Emergency Response Plan for BPC.

Wed, 08 Jul 2020

British Horse Society Historical Research poster - Eastern Region

We are undertaking work to record legal rights, and to preserve and reinstate routes. We are currently looking to recruit Historical Research Volunteers in the Eastern Region and would be very grateful if you could share the attached poster with your parishioners who may be interested in this project.

Wed, 08 Jul 2020

Advice on reopening Community Facilities - Gov.uk

Advice on reopening Community Facilities - options, risk assessments etc

Wed, 01 Jul 2020

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PC Minutes 17 Jun 20

PC Minutes 17 Jun 20

Thu, 25 Jun 2020

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Action List from PC Meeting 17 Jun 20

Action List from PC Meeting 17 Jun 20

Thu, 25 Jun 2020

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Vacancy for Parish Councillor

Vacancy for Parish Councillor

Fri, 19 Jun 2020

Full Parish Council Meeting

Full Parish Council Meeting

Fri, 12 Jun 2020

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Huntingdon town map for centre re-opening plans

Huntingdon town map for centre re-opening plans

Thu, 11 Jun 2020

Announcement of of Town Re-Opening and Action Plans

HDC announcement of Town Re-Opening and Action Plans

Thu, 11 Jun 2020

Village Facilities Agenda 10/6/20

Village Facilities Agenda 10/6/20

Fri, 05 Jun 2020

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Village Facilities Minutes 1/4/20

Village Facilities Minutes 1/4/20

Fri, 05 Jun 2020

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Full Parish Council Meeting 20/05/20

Full Parish Council Meeting 20/05/20

Mon, 01 Jun 2020

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Greens and Footpaths Agenda

Greens and Footpaths Agenda

Wed, 27 May 2020

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Skate Park briefing update - 22 May 20

After a review and the attached brief, HDC is not planning to re-open it's own skate parks until the national guidance changes regarding play grounds/areas.

The virus is know to last 3-4 days on a steel/metal surface and given the nature of use this would be in conflict with 2 meter social distancing and not congregating with members from other households.

For now the HDC position is they remain closed pending any updates on government guidance on play areas.

Fri, 22 May 2020

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PC Agenda 21May20

Agenda for meeting of BPC Wed 21May20 starting on Microsoft Teams at 5pm.

Fri, 15 May 2020

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The UK Government COVID-19 Recovery Strategy

The UK Government's plan to rebuild and its recovery strategy relating to the COVID-19 pandemic

Mon, 11 May 2020

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COVID-19: testing for council workers

Last week Coronavirus testing was extended to include council workers, so that if you have symptoms of the virus you can now be tested along with other essential workers. This also includes members of your household who may be showing symptoms. If you need to book a test you can book online at www.self-referral.test-for-coronavirus.service.gov.uk. And your employers can also refer you for testing by contacting portalservicedesk@dhsc.gov.uk. You will have the option of booking an appointment slot at one of our drive through sites or can ask to receive a home testing kit if you cannot travel.

Sat, 02 May 2020

HDC Public Space Protection Order (previously known as Dog Control Order)

A Public Space Protection Order PSPO entered into force on 20 October 2017 to help manage irresponsible dog ownership across the district. The PSPO replaces the Dog Control Orders that were previously in place. You will be committing an offence if you:

  • fail to remove dog faeces (poo)
  • do not keep a dog on a lead in certain areas
  • do not put and keep a dog on a lead when told to do so by an authorised officer
  • allow a dog to enter land where dogs are excluded and
  • are not carrying a suitable bag (or similar) for picking up and disposing of dog faeces and be able to show this if requested by an authorised officer.

Offenders may be issued with a fixed penalty notice of £100 or a fine of up to £1,000 if prosecuted under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

This order further details the specifics of controlling a dog in a public space.

Mon, 27 Apr 2020

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Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 - Chapter 65 - Keeping your dog under proper control

Dogs must not be allowed to be 'dangerously out of control', which means injuring someone or making someone fear they may be injured. This applies to any breed or type of dog.

Owners (or the person in charge of the dog at the time) who allow their pets to hurt a person face punishments of up to three years in prison for injury, or 14 years for death, an unlimited fine, disqualification from owning pets, and having their dog destroyed. It is also an offence to allow a dog to injure a registered assistance dog.

In cases where no injury is caused, owners can still go to prison for six months, be fined up to £5,000, be banned from owning pets and have their dog destroyed.

The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 Chapter 65 attached details the specifics of these measures.

Mon, 27 Apr 2020

New measures to protect UK high street from aggressive rent collection and closure

High street shops and other companies under strain will be protected from aggressive rent collection and asked to pay what they can during the coronavirus pandemic.

Published 23 April 2020 - see attached document for full details.

Last updated 25 April 2020 — see all updates

From:

Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, The Rt Hon Robert Jenrick MP, and The Rt Hon Alok Sharma MP

Sun, 26 Apr 2020

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Guidance for Consumers - Covid-19 and food

What you need to know about coronavirus and food

  • It is very unlikely that you can catch coronavirus (COVID-19) from food.
  • Cooking thoroughly will kill the virus.
  • COVID-19 is a respiratory illness. It is not known to be transmitted by exposure to food or food packaging.
  • Everyone should wash their hands regularly with soap and water, for at least 20 seconds, to reduce the risk of illness.
  • It is especially important to wash hands before handling food or eating.

Food hygiene when shopping

The risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) cross-contamination to food and food packaging is very low. Food businesses must ensure that they have the correct food hygiene and food safety processes in place and that these are being followed to protect their customers.

More detail is in the attached document

Sun, 26 Apr 2020

Minutes of Full Council Meeting 15.04.2020 Draft

Minutes of Full Council Meeting 15.04.2020 Draft

Thu, 23 Apr 2020

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STANDARDS ALLEGATIONS UNDER THE LOCALISM ACT 2011

STANDARDS ALLEGATIONS UNDER THE LOCALISM ACT 2011

Tue, 14 Apr 2020

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Annual Governance & Accountability Return

Annual Governance & Accountability Return

Mon, 13 Apr 2020

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Parish Council Complaints Form

Parish Council Complaints Form

Mon, 13 Apr 2020

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