Crich Parish Council

Serving the people of Crich Parish

Clerk RFO: Carolyn Jennings
Glebe Field Centre, Glebe
Field Close, Crich, Matlock
Derbyshire DE4 5EU

Tel: 01773 853928

  • Bowns Hill

    Bowns Hill

  • Fritchley

    Fritchley

  • Market Place

    Market Place

  • Crich Tramway Village

    Crich Tramway Village

  • Whatstandwell station

    Whatstandwell station

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Latest News

No confidence vote in Amber Valley Borough Council as Local Planning Authority

Posted: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 11:24 by Carolyn Jennings

At Crich Parish Council Meeting of 4th February 2019, the Council passed a Resolution of "No confidence vote in Amber Valley Borough Council as Local Planning Authority".

Crich Parish Council requests the Secretary of State to investigate the failings of the Borough Council with a view to putting alternative arrangements in place.

Letter to Secretary of State attached.

Woodside Development Proposals

Posted: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 13:47 by Carolyn Jennings

At the Parish Council meeting on 7 January 2019 Parish Councillors expressed deep concerns and total opposition to the decision of the Amber Valley Borough Council Planning Board that has resolved to be mindful to grant planning permission for residential development at Woodside. The Parish Council is bitterly disappointed with Amber Valley Councillors who look set to approve a scheme that is contrary to several policies of the recently adopted Crich Parish Neighbourhood Plan, and in complete disregard to the views of the Crich Parish community. The Parish Council is looking into any possible viable course of action and will consider the matter again at the next Parish Council meeting.

Crich Burial Ground works

Posted: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 11:23 by Carolyn Jennings

The Parish Council has authorised the removal of the excess spoil that has been dumped on the lower part of the Burial Ground, so that the area can be levelled off, seeded and then consecrated.

The removal of the spoil will start on Saturday 26th January and continue through the early part of the following week.

Apologies for any short-term inconvenience this may cause, but the work is necessary to create more Burial space.