Welcome to Kingsbridge Town Council
This is the website of Kingsbridge Town Council.
The aim is to provide a website which is easy to use, clear and concise to read, and without frills – just good, solid, useful information about the town council’s business.
To find out the DECISIONS made by the town council please read the various minutes from council and committee meetings and scroll down this home page for LATEST NEWS items.
We hope you enjoy this website and discover what you were looking for. If you didn’t – then please tell us – we are here to provide a service, to inform, and support you.
With our very best regards, the members and staff of Kingsbridge Town Council.
Potential development sites for Kingsbridge
We’re sure that many of you have closely followed recent major development issues in the town e.g. at DPD sites K1 & K5 and a solar array farm off Belle Hill. Well planning matters never stand still and a very important public consultation by South Hams District Council is currently underway across the whole district in preparation for the authority’s “Our Plan” due in late 2015.
Key to this is the consideration of what land may have the potential for new development. All information relating to Kingsbridge can be found on the authority’s website at: www.southhams.gov.uk/siteassessment and we urge you to take stock of the sites earmarked for consideration.
Eight sites have been considered across the town and details about their constraints and opportunities are recorded in site information tables. These tables present facts about the sites in relation to whether they can be physically developed or whether they are in a suitable location. However, please remember that this consultation will not make any actual decisions and the authority is asking: What do you think? and has anything been missed? For example, maybe you feel a particular site is more favourable than another or that some of the constraints could be overcome.
We’ve posted the information on the large town council notice board at the bottom of Fore Street and a static display with all maps and relevant tables is available for you to view in the Council Chamber at Quay House during opening hours. But please note the looming deadline and that your comments are required by
Friday 12th September . 3 October 2014
Town councillors will discuss the proposals at the full council meeting starting at 7.00 p.m. on Tuesday 9th September in Quay House. You are invited to attend and make statements or ask questions at the outset of this meeting.
Priorities for 2011 - 2015
Please click here to see the Town Council Priorities for 2011 - 2015
The Mayor's Charity's 2014-2015
The Mayor Councillor Wayne Grills has chosen The Royal British Legion Kingsbridge Branch as his charity to support this year.
The Royal British Legion is the UK's leading Armed Forces charity. We provide practical, emotional and financial support to all members of the British Armed Forces past and present, and their families. We actively campaign to improve their lives and safequard the Military Covenant between the nation and its Armed Forces. We also organise the Poppy Appeal, run one of the UK's largest membership organisations and are recognised as the nations's custodian of Remembrance. Our mission is to provide welfare, comradeship, representation and Remembrance for the Armed Forces Community.