Great Gransden Parish Council

Welcome to our website: thank you for visiting.

Great Gransden is a parish in Cambridgeshire, in the Huntingdonshire District. 
                          This web site contains information about the Parish Council, the village facilities it manages, 
 the data and agenda for the next meetings, and the minutes of previous meetings: 
please see the links below and in the sidebar on the left.

Your Parish Council welcomes your questions, comments and suggestions.
You may contact us via email here: gransdenpc@hotmail.co.uk

The next Parish Council Meeting is on Monday 3rd October 2016
To see the  agenda for this meeting please click here


Please click here to view the draft minutes for the September meeting
 Please note that these will not be considered official until approved by the Council at the next meeting


Current Affairs:
These are the main matters that currently affect us:

A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet Road Improvement Scheme

MEETING CANCELLED

Highways England is considering options to improve the A428 between the A1 Black Cat Junction and the Caxton Gibbet Junction.  

Unfortunately the Highways Projects Team has had to cancel the planned public meeting date

on Wednesday 14th September

 and we are currently seeking to rearrange as soon as possible

We will announce the new date here as soon as we know it, and hope you will come to learn more and share your views.


Boundary Review

 A proposal for new parliamentary constituencies. This consultation will move Great Gransden from the Huntingdon constituency to South  Cambridgeshire.     To find out the details and comment www.bce2018.org.uk

                                                                                                                                   

Hinchingbrooke Hospital Merger - Public Meeting

Are you concerned about plans to merge Hinchingbrooke Hospital with Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals? You can learn more at the 

public meeting to be held on

Monday 19th September - 7pm, St. Neots Priory Centre

You can also register your views by answering the NHS survey about the merger. 

To download and print this survey, please click here



Great Gransden Matters
Your Parish Council recognises that there are many issues facing our village where we need to consult with residents. These include Highways developments, decisions on further road safety measures in  Gransden, tennis court refurbishments, and wider government changes. We warmly invite you to join our new official web forum, Great Gransden Matters. This will run for a trial period of 6 months, and we hope you will find it a valuable means of keeping in touch with village developments. 

Your Parish Councillors will benefit from gaining a better insight into village sentiment, which will aid our decision making at our monthly meetings. Please note that we will not participate in dialogues on the forum, as our discussions need to take place publicly and jointly.
Any matters raised on the forum will be discussed at the next meeting,
and we will post a response soon after.
Change may take some time to achieve, but pease be assured we are committed to doing our very best for Great Gransden.

please click here to join the forum - welcome!




"Twenty's Plenty"

The Parish Council is hoping to introduce a 20mph speed limit in Middle Street between the roundabout and the crossroads at Fox Street. Before going ahead, the county Highways Policy and Regulation team will be holding a formal consultation period between 18th August and 8th September.Click here for details and map.

Have your say! 

Please register any views you may have with our clerk at:

gransdenpc@hotmail.co.uk

For further information on the village's forthcoming traffic safety improvements please click here


 






 

Ash tree disease threatens to destroy 30 million trees in the UK. There have been reports of cases as close as Gamlingay. Do, please take pre-emptive action if you can to attenuate the catastrophic effects on our country and our village, by planting replacement trees such as Field Maple, Oak, Wild Service, Small-leaved Lime, Birch, Alder or Wild Cherry.