Christmas In Stoney Stanton
History of Stoney Stanton
St Michaels Winter 2017
Foundation Local Council Award
Stoney Stanton Parish Council provides YOUR local services. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.
Stoney Stanton Parish Council aims...
* to maintain effective communication with the people of Stoney Stanton
* to give value for the money which we are entrusted
* to help create a safer place to live, work and visit
* to create and preserve open space and community buildings
* to evolve and make changes
GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATIONS 2018
When you contact us
The information you provide (personal information such as name, address, email address, phone number, organisation) will be processed and stored so that it is possible to contact you and respond to your correspondence, provide information and/or access our facilities and services. Your personal information will be not shared or provided to any other third party.
The Councils Right to Process Information
GDPR (Data Protection Act) Article 6 (1) (a) (b) and (e)
Processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller
Stoney Stanton Parish Council cares to ensure the security of personal data. We make sure that your information is protected from unauthorised access, loss, manipulation, falsification, destruction or unauthorised disclosure. This is done through appropriate technical measures and appropriate policies.
We will only keep your data for the purpose it was collected for and only for as long as is necessary. After which it will be deleted.
We will not process any data relating to a child (under 13) without the express parental/ guardian consent of the child concerned.
Your Rights Access to Information
You have the right to request access to the information we have on you. You can do this by contacting our Data Information Officer: Clerk@stoneystanton.org.uk
If you believe that the information we have about you is incorrect, you may contact us so that we can update it and keep your data accurate. Please contact: Clerk@stoneystanton.org.uk
If you wish Stoney Stanton Parish Council to delete the information about you please contact: Clerk@stoneystanton.org.uk
Right to Object
If you believe that your data is not being processed for the purpose it has been collected for, you may object: Please contact Clerk@stoneystanton.org.uk
Rights Related to Automated Decision Making and Profiling
Stoney Stanton Parish Council does not use automated decision making or profiling of individual personal data.
To Sum Up
In accordance with the law, we only collect a limited amount of information about you that is necessary for correspondence, information and service provision. We do not use profiling, we do not sell or pass your data to third parties. We do not use your data for purposes other than those specified. We make sure your data is stored securely. We delete all information deemed to be no longer necessary. We constantly review our Privacy Policies to keep it up to date in protecting your data.
If you have a complaint regarding the way your personal data has been processed you may make a complaint to Stoney Stanton Parish Council Data Information Officer: Clerk@stoneystanton.org.uk and the Information Commissioners Office: email@example.com or Tel: 0303 123 1113
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Fri, 16 Mar 2018 09:10 by Roz Ward
Have your say at Sapcote Pavilion on Monday 19th March between 4 & 8pm and Public meeting on Thursday 22nd at 7pm.
A DRAFT Strategic Growth Plan is being developed by a partnership formed by Leicester City and Leicestershire County councils, the seven local borough and district authorities and the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP).
It puts forward proposals for the new housing and transport improvements that would be needed to attract jobs and investment to Leicester and Leicestershire from now until 2050. More »
The final version of the plan will provide strategic direction and help shape the Local Plans that the city, borough and district councils are or will be preparing or reviewing.
It will also be used to support bids for Government funding to deliver the infrastructure needed to support growth.
Now, people are invited to comment on the plan by taking part in a county-wide consultation, which runs from 11 January until 5 April 2018.
The plan estimates that Leicester and Leicestershire needs 96,580 new homes and 367-423 hectares of employment land from 2011-2031. Some of these homes have already been built or have planning permission.
Beyond 2031, the plan identifies the need for a further 90,500 dwellings and additional employment land, which is why further land needs to be unlocked. Local Plans will deal with the detailed allocation of which sites will be brought forward.
Draft proposals put forward in the Strategic Growth Plan include major infrastructure improvements on which new growth is dependent. These include a new link road – the A46 Expressway – to the south and east of Leicester, running from the M69 and the M1 to the A46 north of the city.
The A5 and A42 would also be upgraded to expressway status, supporting growth in these areas. Rail improvements are also proposed.
These road and rail improvements would require significant Government investment and would relieve congestion pressures along the M1 and more widely across the Midlands. It would also potentially unlock land for the required housing and employment.
Key areas for potential growth are the city of Leicester and the corridor of land around the proposed new road. Secondary areas for growth are identified in the north and the south of the county – there would be a 'northern gateway' close to East Midlands Airport, and a 'southern gateway', close to Magna Park.
Growth is also proposed for Melton and Lutterworth, where it would support transport improvements and relieve congestion in the towns. New housing would be built closer to where people work, to minimise congestion from commuters.
Further information and a consultation questionnaire are available on the website » Less
Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:26 by Roz Ward