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Welcome to Wareside Parish Council's Website

Wareside is a small rural Parish in the East of Hertfordshire.

We welcome you to our Parish Council website and hope that it enables you to find out what we are doing in Wareside on behalf of Parishioners and how you can get involved.

Please do get in touch if you have any comments or questions.

Latest Information

Wareside Parish Council Audit 2018-19

June 28, 2019

Wareside Parish Council has just completed the Annual Governance and Accountability return for 2018/19. 

Wareside's Neighbouthood Plan

May 24, 2018

Following Parishioner input, Wareside Parish Council have decided to proceed with the Neighbourhood Planning process. The first step is to designate a Neighbourhood Area and it has been agreed that this will be the whole of Wareside Parish excluding the Ware North Development site. Wareside Parish Council will apply to East Herts District Council for this designation.

In the mean time Wareside's Neighbourhood Plan Committee will meet for the first time in the next few weeks.

IT IS STILL POSSIBLE TO GET INVOLVED!

Contact Wareside Parish Council if you would like to do so.

East Herts District Plan

October 22, 2018

.The Council adopted the District Plan at an Extraordinary Council on the 23 October 2018. 

The District Plan now holds full weight in the determination of planning applications.

Ware North and East

April 30, 2019

The adopted East Herts Draft District Plan lays out plans for a large development North and East Ware. This development is for 1000 house by 2020 with an additional 500 possibly being added in 2030. Eighty percent of the land for this development would fall within the Parish of Wareside.

Current stage: Masterplanning

General Data Privacy Regulation

May 24, 2018

The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) will take effect in the UK from 25 May 2018. It replaces the existing law on data protection (the Data Protection Act 1998) and gives individuals more rights and protection regarding how their personal data is used. Local councils and parish meetings must comply with its requirements, just like any other organisation.

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