Throop and Holdenhurst Community Governance Review
Residents of the Throop and Holdenhurst area in Bournemouth have submitted a petition to request the creation of a new parish of Throop and Holdenhurst (incorporating the existing parish of Holdenhurst).
We will now undertake a Community Governance Review in response to this request.
What is a Community Governance Review?
A Community Governance Review considers one or more of the following:
- Creating, merging, altering or abolishing parishes
- Naming of parishes and style of new parishes
- Electoral arrangements for parishes (year of election, size, number of councillors, parish warding)
The aim of the review is to consider and bring about:
- better local democracy
- improved community engagement
- efficient, more effective and convenient delivery of local services
- and ensure electors across the area affected will be treated fairly and equitably
Areas to be reviewed
The Community Governance Review includes the following parts of the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole district area:
a) the existing parish of Holdenhurst
b) the unparished parts of the Muscliff and Strouden Park district ward.
Have your say
We welcome your feedback on the proposals.
Community Governance Review Consultation Timetable
||Approval of Terms of Reference and timetable
||Publication of Notice and Terms of Reference and Stakeholder Notification of commencement of the review
Invite initial submissions
|15/07/2019 to 01/09/2019
||Initial submissions invited Consultation/Representations. Consultation with stakeholders
|Stage Two – Consider submissions
02/09/2019 to 05/11/2019
||Consideration of submissions received – draft recommendations prepared
|Stage Three – Publish Draft Recommendations
||15/11/2019 to 07/02/2020
||Publish draft recommendations for further consultation
|Stage Four – Final Recommendations
10/02/2020 to 31/03/2020
Consideration of further submissions received and prepare final recommendations
Final recommendations published – concluding review
Council resolves to make a Reorganisation Order