Bredfield Parish Council
For more recent papers please see the independent Web site for Bredfield Parish Council.
The job of a parish council is to represent the interests of the whole community. Part of its role is to discover needs of different groups within the community such as the young or elderly. It develops things like the Parish Plan and carries out the proposals set out in it. Parish Councils give views on planning applications and other proposals that affect the parish. They also advise relevant authorities of problems / issues or actions that are needed.
All meetings are public and there is always an opportunity for you to put forward your views.
The Parish Councillors are:
Rod Caird is the clerk to the
Regular meetings are held on the last Monday of each alternate month starting with January. Other meetings may be held as matters arise. All meetings are advertised on the village notice boards and are open to the press and public. A public question time is part of the agenda of each meeting, however it is advisable to give the clerk advanced notice so as full a response as possible might be given. For general papers older than 12 months please see BPC - Archive.
Meeting Notices/Agendas (primarily Planning if indicated *)
Meeting Minutes (primarily Planning if indicated *)
Note: Minutes not identified as approved are
Parish Plan & Local Development Framework
Bredfield residents may be interested in this EDF
newsletter, which provides information about the current Stage 1 consultation period for Sizewell C. There are proposals to build
two temporary park and ride sites close to the A12 for use during the construction period.
Bredfield is included as a possible location for a site south of Sizewell. There are to be
several public exhibitions which you may be interested in attending, the details of which
are on the final page of the newsletter.
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