Little easton parish council

Parish Council Documents

On this page we will display other documents required to be published on the website

Asset Register

Access the Asset Register here.

Access the Bench Asset list here.


Business Plan

Access the LEPC Business Plan here.


Code of conduct

The council and councillors operate in accordance with a code of conduct. The Councillors’ Code of Conduct – Uttlesford District Council


Complaints Handling Procedure

This Complaints Procedure applies to complaints about council administration and procedures.


Eastons Cricket Club Agreement

Agreement between the Eastons Cricket Club and Little Easton Parish Council.


Emergency Plan

Access the Parish Council Emergency Plan here.


Financial Documents

Please refer to the Finance Page for all Financial Documents –  click here to access.


Flood Route

Access the Little Easton Flood Route here.


Insurance Documents

Access Employers Liabiilty Document here. | Access Public Liability Document here.


Lighting Report

Access the Lighting Report here.


Material Planning Considerations

Access the Material Planning Considerations document here.


Play Area

The Play Area is inspected quarterly, click here to view the latest report.


Policy Documents

Please refer to the Policies Page for all Policy Documents –  click here to access.


Risk Register

Click here to view our Risk Register


Transparency Code

Access the Transparency Code here.


Tree Survey

Every three years the PC has to carry out a tree survey to invite three tree surgeons to tender for a two year contract to carry out the necessary tree maintenance work as prescribed – the results of the survey to be published on the website.

Tree Survey December 2021

FLOODING

Sunday 7th January 2024

The flooding at Bowyers Bridge (Mill End) has subsided and the road is passable by vehicles. The emergency access route through the quarry is now closed.

Be aware that there still remains serious flooding throughput the area and care should be taken, particularly on the more rural routes.

Thank you to everyone for your understanding and patience over the past three days.