West Monkton Parish Council meets every month on the second Tuesday of the month at 7.00pm in Brittons Ash Community Hall. Question time is usually reached by about 7.10pm when members of the public can ask questions or express an opinion.
In addition there are working parties which pursue particular activities and report back to full council: meetings with TD planners and developers: meetings to discuss reports and consultation reports. The Parish Council is a statutory consultee for various strategic and planning matters.
Additionally, the Parish Council is working in conjunction with Cheddon Fitzpaine Parish Council to deliver a Neighbourhood Plan for the area. Members of the pubic are welcome to attend the Parish Council meetings, and volunteers to help get engaged in community activities are always welcome.
Information regarding footpaths in the West Monkton Parish area. Read More
The NP (Neighbourhood Plan) area covers the Parishes of West Monkton and Cheddon Fitzpaine excluding a very small area off Staplegrove Road which is part of the Employment Land of the Staplegrove Urban Extension.The West Monkton and Cheddon Fitzpaine...Read More
This section provides links to policy documents.Read More
The Parish Council's money is public money and the Parish Council is responsible for it.The Parish Council aims to give value for money as it raises and spends money for the benefit of the local community. The Parish Council must be confident that...Read More
Meetings of West Monkton Parish Council take place on a monthly basis, now on the second Tuesday of the month at 7pm.The date of the meetings, alongside the agenda and minutes and any other relevant papers are available below:If you have any queries,...Read More
When Somerset West and Taunton Council (SW+TC), the local planning authority, receives a planning application relating to a proposed development within the Parish, a period of consultation where views on the proposed development can be expressed follows. ...Read More
This shows West Monkton Parish Councillors.Read More
From time to time a Working Party is set up to investigate a particular issue or research a particular project. The Working Party is usually made up of 4 or 5 Councillors who meet regularly and report back to the Parish Council.Current working parties...Read More