Second stage of review closed on 29 June 2018. Results available.

A community governance review considers arrangements for parish councils such as creating, merging, altering or abolishing parish councils, changing a parish council's boundary or the naming of parish councils and their electoral arrangements.

The community governance review for Peterchurch Parish Council considers their wish to increase the number of seats on the council by one to reflect an increase in population.

Information sheet

Following the first round of consultation the following recommendation was made.

Recommendation: The balance of evidence indicates that there are sufficient grounds to progress to formally proposing an increase in the number of parish council seats by one, raising the total number of parish councillors from 8 to 9 to accommodate current and future population growth.

This proposal was formally consulted on in the second phase of consultation.

Download the responses to the phase 1 and phase 2 consultations

This community governance review has now concluded. You can read and listen to the council's decision to agree the recommendations.

Find out more about Peterchurch community governance review

Published: 11th May 2018