BCP Council is conducting a review of the Community Governance arrangements in Throop and Holdenhurst, following the receipt of a valid petition from 293 local electors.
The review is currently in the first stage, which invites people and interested groups to make submissions in response to the Council’s consultation document. During this first stage, BCP Council will be seeking local opinion on what people think is the best form of governance at a parish level in Throop and Holdenhurst.
Responses to phase one of the review must be received no later than Sunday 1 September 2019. Once this first stage of consultation has been completed and evaluated, the Council will then produce a draft recommendation. At this point, the second stage of consultation will commence seeking views to inform the final proposal.
Cllr Lewis Allison, Portfolio Holder for Tourism, Leisure and Communities, said: “I encourage residents of Throop and Holdenhurst, and interested community groups in the area, to take this opportunity to have their say. It is important that this review captures the representations of anyone wishing to comment on any aspect of the review.”
This consultation has now closed.