Parish & Town Councils
Leicestershire County Council (LCC) work in partnership with the Leicestershire & Rutland Association of Local Councils (LRALC) to support Parish & Town Councils in Leicestershire.
LCC hold quarterly operational meetings for Parish & Town Council Clerks, which includes an annual liaison event. The meetings provide an opportunity to share information on upcoming initiatives, to respond to queries and concerns held by Parish Clerks, and to consider joint working opportunities to shape future support and services for our Communities.
Our upcoming meetings will be held via video link, and will be held more frequently until we are able to meet again in person.
Dates of our upcoming meetings can be found below. Please do get in touch if you have any items for future meetings - email@example.com
Contacting Leicestershire County Council
There is a dedicated e-mail address for Parish and Town Councils when contacting our Customer Service Centre - CSCParishes@leics.gov.uk
LCC Highways Information
Through the work with Parish & Town Clerks at the LCC Quarterly Clerks' Meetings, LCC Highways have created a new webpage which has been specifically developed for Parishes and Communities. It is kept up-to-date with the lastest departmental news, information and guidance relating tot he work that Highways carryout throughout the County. The page will contain, video updates, roadworks weekly updates, newsletters and much more.
If you have any suggestions for improvements to the site please email:
Biodiversity Training Sessions
In delivery of the County Council Environment Strategy 2018-2030 https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/sites/default/files/field/pdf/2020/7/13/Environment-Strategy-2018-2030-delivering-a-better-future.pdf, support is being provided to all parishes within the County to learn about Biodiversity, the crisis it's in and what they can do to help nature recovery.
Working alongside the Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust a couple of trial 3 hours training sessions have already taken place and were well received, as result more training is now on offer. The NEW Biodiversity training sessions available, offer the opportunity to engage with experts about the approach to biodiversity within your parish (all bookings through firstname.lastname@example.org):
Course 1: 21st and 28th August and 4th September
Course 2: 25th September, 2nd and 9th October
Course 3: 16th, 23rd and 30th October.
(The training is split into 3 modules - must be available on all 3 mornings 10-11am)