The next meeting of Hickling Parish Council will take place on Monday 11th February at the Chapel Rooms starting at 7.00pm. As with all Council meetings members of the public and press are most welcome. There will be a period of up to 15mins (chair discretion) for members of the public to ask questions, and bring matters to the Council Agenda 11th February 2019
Hickling Community-Led Housing Working Group
Following the Hickling Community-Led Housing public consultations last summer a number of residents have come together to form a Working Group. These residents have started to explore opportunities for creating a small Community-Led Housing development in the village. The Group came together in early January with North Norfolk District Councils Community-Led Housing Officers to look at site possibilities in the village. There is a site, currently being sold by the Mills Estate, which may be suitable. The Working Group have asked Council Officers to explore, with a local Housing Association, the suitability of this site for a small Community-Led Housing development which would be available for local residents and families only. At present the site cannot be identified until the Housing Association is assured of its suitability and the Mills Estate has agreed to reserve the plot for a Community-Led Housing development.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust Consultation
Many of you will have received a leaflet from Norfolk Wildlife Trust about their Vision For Hickling Broad, if you haven’t you can view a copy here. This is the first stage in helping to shape the future of Hickling Broad.
Response’s for this stage need to be given by Friday 15th February. You can let NWT know your thoughts and ideas by the following methods:
email Parish Council email@example.com
Alternatively you can talk to any member of the Parish Council who will co-ordinate your responses and pass them on to NWT.
The next meeting of Hickling Parish Council will take place on Monday 14th January at the Chapel Rooms starting at 7.00pm. As with all Council meetings members of the public and press are most welcome. There will be a period of up to 15mins (chair discretion) for members of the public to ask questions, and bring matters to the Council Agenda 14th January 2019
Norfolk Police are urging you to be vigilant against a scam that has been reported in the area.
The scam itself can take many forms but reports suggest that the scammers pose as undercover police officers stating there has been a report of fraud on the victim’s bank account, or that a family member has been arrested for assistance in an undercover police operation. Victims are taken by taxi to a location to withdraw a large amount of cash, which is later collected by a courier or person involved in the fraud.
Report to police any concerns about a vulnerable person
requesting immediate withdrawal of large amount of cash.