The Design Statement describes Longney and Epney Parish as it is today and highlights the particular qualities for which it is valued. The Statement is based on the views of its residents so that local knowledge, views and ideas may contribute to the future and the quality of their environment. The aim is to ensure that further development and change, based on a considered understanding of the villages’ past and present, will contribute positively to a sustainable future for the Parish and protect and enhance its unique and special characteristics.
You can download a copy of the Village Design Statement by clicking the link below.
Note, this is quite a large document so if your email connection is slow it may take a couple of minutes to download.
The Parish Plan is a document that was completed by Susannah Finzi, an Epney Resident and Councillor in 2007. This document looks at how parishioners would like to see their parish change or not in the future. We are currently working on making this very large document available on the website.
This Parish Emergency Plan is not a substitute for actions taken in these situations by District, County or National emergency services, but experience has shown that locally focussed preparation and action can be immensely valuable.
By “emergency” we mean an event such as -
Getting information out to
residents which may be urgent and managing the situation from a single
central local point is a vital part of this plan. All residents who have
already given permission for their phone or email to be used for this
purpose can now be sent a text, voicemail or email message in the event
of an emergency. The system has already been used to good effect in the
snowy conditions in January 2010.
If there is anything you would like to add, or be considered by the Parish Council please click here.
For a copy of the local emergency plan download the Parish Emergency Plan here:
Please click on the link below to download a copy of the Longney and Epney Parish Council Code of Conduct.