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Welcome to Rusthall Parish Council

 

Rusthall Parish Council is made up of nine Councillors who give up their time to help administer, with a part time clerk, the affairs of the Parish. They meet monthly as a Full Council and additionally as members of various committees and working groups covering such matters as Planning, Finance and Allotments. Members of the public are welcome at these meetings. More….


Rusthall Parish Council welcomes you to our website!  We hope that this will become the focus for everyone to share information about the activities of the village,to contribute to the blog, ask questions about anything and everything.  We will do our best to answer them.  Rusthall is a fantastic village with many organisations and groups and a vibrant high street.

Having a parish council now gives us all an opportunity to work together to improve the things which annoy or bother us and to improve our environment whether it be rubbish on the streets, weeds, muddy paths, lights that are on or off at the wrong time – lots of issues which we’re sure you will want to comment on and hopefully make suggestions as to how we solve some of these.

We really want to inspire the residents of Rusthall to think about how we can all contribute.

Rusthall Parish Council meets on the second Monday of every month at the Rackliff Centre (former fire station) at 7.30PM – Members of the public are welcome to attend.

 

ROAD CLOSURES

Temporary road closures

 

Temporary Road Closure – Broomhill Road, Tunbridge Wells – from 15 May 2017 for up to 7 weeks The road will be closed between Oriel Cottage and Mill Farm. The alternative route is via Speldhurst Road, Etherington Hill, Lower Green Road and vice versa. The closure is to enable gas main replacement works to be carried out by Southern Gas Networks

PRECEPT

The precept for the financial year 2016/17 was agreed by the Council at the December Full Council meeting. It has been increased from £65,000 to £72,000.
The increase was required to cover the usual increase in day to day costs and the possibility of having to take responsibility for the Mary Caley playground, installing CCTV and paying for double yellow lines. This amounts to an increase of £3.71 per band D property.

Notice of Conclusion of Audit March 2017 is available on our Finance page