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King's Lynn and West Norfolk - Election Timetable

King's Lynn and West Norfolk - Election Timetable

Thu, 23 Mar 2023

Tags: Elections

King's Lynn and West Norfolk - Notice Of Elections

King's Lynn and West Norfolk - Notice Of Elections

Thu, 23 Mar 2023

Tags: Elections

Practitioners Guide 2023

JPAG Practitioners Guide 2023

Wed, 22 Mar 2023

Tags: Finance

County Deal for Norfolk - links

The attached files contains links to documents setting out the full text of the proposed deal between Norfolk County Council and the government for new governance arrangements in Norfolk from 2024.

Wed, 15 Mar 2023

County Deal for Norfolk

Paul Cracknell's presentation at the Norfolk ALC webinar "A New County Deal for Norfolk" 14th March 2023

Wed, 15 Mar 2023

Elections - Parish Clerk & Candidate Briefing - King's Lynn & West Norfolk

Elections - Parish Clerk & Candidate Briefing - King's Lynn & West Norfolk

Mon, 06 Mar 2023

Tags: Elections

Voter ID Resource Pack

Voter ID Resource Pack

Fri, 03 Mar 2023

Tags: VoterID

Civility and Respect Newsletter March 23

The project team has made some significant progress over the last few months and we are delighted to share with you some of the resources which have been specifically developed to address the issues of civility and respect across our sector.

The March newsletter includes articles on:

  • Councillors responsibilities as employers podcasts
  • Launch of civility and respect e-learning
  • Sector specific guidance on the LGA code of conduct
  • Second early day motion
  • Update on the Pledge
  • Training workshops still available

Visit the NALC and SLCC websites to find out more information on the project resources, to download the documents and for details of how your council can sign up to the Pledge and training.

Fri, 03 Mar 2023

Tags: Civility

VAT_on_sporting_fees_6-mar-2023

VAT_on_sporting_fees Updated 6 March 23

Mon, 20 Feb 2023

Tags: VAT

KLJAG Meeting Invitation

KLJAG Meeting Invitation

Mon, 20 Feb 2023

Tags: KLJAG

Norfolk Lieutenancy Newsletter February 2023

Norfolk Lieutenancy Newsletter February 2023

Mon, 20 Feb 2023

Shared Parental Leave & Pay Policy

Shared Parental Leave & Pay Policy

Fri, 17 Feb 2023

Tags: Pay

Great Moulton Parish Council Job Description

Great Moulton Parish Council Job Description

Fri, 10 Feb 2023

Tags: Vacancy

Garden Party 2023 - Nomination Form

Garden Party 2023 - Nomination Form

Fri, 03 Feb 2023

Tags: Party

Rural Household Survey Poster

The Rural Services Network in partnership with the Citizens Advice is running a Rural Cost of Living Household Survey.

They are thrilled with the 3,000 responses they have had so far but would like more and are hoping you can help!


HELP NEEDED IN TARGETING HARD TO REACH RESIDENTS
Ideally, they would like to target hard to reach rural residents, i.e. those without access to the internet or the capacity to engage with services online.

They are hoping you could feature the attached poster prominently in your community to help your local residents complete the survey. Places such as town and village bulletin boards, town and village halls, community shops and local food banks would be great areas to feature this poster.

Fri, 03 Feb 2023

Hornsea 3 Consultation Events

The Hornsea Three wind farm received development consent in December 2020.

Orsted the developers will be holding public consultation events round the county over the coming weeks.

This is your chance to find out more and make your views known to their Community Engagement Team.

You can come and speak to the project team at the following locations:

Location and address

Date

Time

Norwich Blackfriars Hall, Andrews Hall Plain, NR3 1AU

Wednesday 25 January

11am - 7pm

Holt Community Centre, Kerridge Way, NR25 6DN

Friday 27 January

11am - 7pm

Mulbarton Village Hall, The Common, NR14 8AE

Tuesday 31 January

11am - 7pm

Cawston Village Hall, Cawston, NR10 4BW

Friday 3 February

11am - 7pm

The Bure Valley Community Centre, Itteringham, NR11 7AX

Thursday 9 February

11am - 7pm

Hall for All, Church Street, Weston Longville, NR9 5JU

Friday 10 February

11am - 7pm

Easton College, Bawburgh Rd, Easton, NR9 5DU

Monday 13 February

11am - 7pm

Weybourne Village Hall, Beach Lane, Weybourne NR25 7AH

Wednesday 15 February

1pm - 7pm

Wed, 25 Jan 2023

Ten ways to cut a Tonne

Advice from GiKi on a number of ways we as individuals can reduce our carbon emissions and help slow down climate change.

Thu, 19 Jan 2023

Councillor Recruitment Poster 4

Calling on all town and parish councils.


Please could you disseminate these cartoons wherever you can. This could be village hall noticeboards and parish council noticeboards. You're very welcome to put these cartoons in your parish council newsletters, village hall newsletters… Basically anywhere where they can be seen. You can even use them at recruitment surgeries.

Mon, 16 Jan 2023

Councillor Recruitment Poster 3

Calling on all town and parish councils.


Please could you disseminate these cartoons wherever you can. This could be village hall noticeboards and parish council noticeboards. You're very welcome to put these cartoons in your parish council newsletters, village hall newsletters… Basically anywhere where they can be seen. You can even use them at recruitment surgeries.

Fri, 13 Jan 2023

Personnel Advice and Solutions Ltd - January Newsletter - New NJC ‘Green Book’ Holiday Entitlement

As most Councils are aware, the latest pay award from the National Joint Council includes an increase in holiday entitlement.

Those Employees who are employed on the Green Book terms, and who have less than five years continuous employment, will have an increase in their holiday entitlement from 22 to 23 days.

Fri, 13 Jan 2023

Application Form for Horsford Parish Council - Parish Clerk

Application Form for Horsford Parish Council - Parish Clerk

Fri, 13 Jan 2023

Tags: Vacancy

Police Budget Proposals 2023-24

Norfolk's Police and Crime Commissioner, Giles Orpen-Smellie has launched his Police Budget Consultation.

Residents of Norfolk are being asked if the PCC should increase the police precept of council tax for the coming year.

Last year, the PCC toured Norfolk talking to people about policing in their communities. During the two-week consultation, Giles Orpen-Smellie will continue visiting libraries and community centres to discuss the challenges Norfolk Constabulary face in a financially challenging environment.

The consultation is a legal requirement that the PCC must carry out each year.

Having discussed funding with the Chief Constable Paul Sanford, Giles is seeking the community's support for a precept rise of 5.2%.

Based on a 5.2% increase, a Band D property would pay an extra £14.94 or 29 pence per week and a Band B property would pay £11.62 a year or 22 pence a week.

The consultation will run until 5pm, Monday 16 January.

More information and the consultation survey can be found on the website: Police budget 2023/24 consultation | Norfolk PCC (norfolk-pcc.gov.uk)

Printed copies of the survey and consultation documents are also available and can be requested by contacting the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk (OPCCN) in the following ways:

Post: OPCCN, Jubilee House, Building 7, Falconers Chase, Wymondham, NR18 0WW

Telephone: 01953 424455

Email: opccn@norfolk.police.uk

Tue, 10 Jan 2023

Personnel Advice and Solutions Ltd - December Newsletter - Redundancy Consultation

The first three months of the year are often the time when larger Councils consider restructuring their workforce in anticipation of the new financial year. There are many reasons for this to happen between January and march, such as funding for particular posts coming to an end, the Council wanting to stop loss making activities or simply restructuring what they do.

However, if restructuring also entails making staff redundant, the process is not a risk-free option. Any Employee with two or more years continuous employment could claim Unfair Dismissal if the process is mishandled. One of the key elements of any redundancy process is meaningful consultation.

Fri, 06 Jan 2023

Committee Officer Advert - Norfolk County Council

Committee Officer

County Hall

County Hall, Norwich

Salary range: dependent on qualifications and experience -

  • £27,344 – £29,439 per annum (Scale G) – Committee Officer
  • £24,496 – £26,845 (Scale F) – Committee Officer (Trainee)

37 hours per week (secondment or part time working would be considered).
Permanent contract.

About Us/Overview

We vote that this is probably one of the best jobs in the council! We would like you to join our busy team supporting the Council's many and varied decision-making meetings as a Committee Officer. You will work directly with senior officers across the council, with Councillors and the public, right at the heart of local democracy.

About Us/the Role
We pride ourselves on providing an effective, excellent and efficient modern governance service.

Democratic Services comprises three teams – Councillor Support, Committee Support and Scrutiny & Research Support. This role has become vacant following the promotion of one of our Committee Officers.

Download the document for more information.

Wed, 28 Dec 2022

Tags: Job

Police and Crime Commissioner Precept consultation

Police and Crime Commissioner consults on 5.2% precept rise.

Giles Orpen-Smellie the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk has informed Norfolk ALC that he will be conducting a public consultation in the window 3-16 January 2023 about the setting of the Police Precept of Council Tax in Norfolk for Financial Year 2023-24. He will be recommending a 5.2% increase of the Precept

Council members and clerks are encouraged to take part in the consultation and encourage members of the public to take part as well. Setting the precept is a vital part of the process in establishing the priorities for the Police service over coming year(s) and it is important that as many people as possible participate in this process.

Once the exact mechanisms for making comments are known to us we will send them round to all members.

Thu, 22 Dec 2022

Planting for Norfolk's Future - Webinar Papers

Together with partners, landowners and communities, Norfolk County Council is aiming to plant one million trees and hedges across the county over 5 years.

Read the presentation from the webinar at on Tuesday 29 November 2022 to hear about the thousands of trees and hedges being planted across Norfolk this coming tree planting season.

Celebrate National Tree Week by finding out about tree planting schemes that are available through us and our partners, and why planting trees and hedges in the right places is so important – as well as useful hints and tips about how to plant saplings and the importance of after care.

Find out about the progress of our Miyawaki Forest trials so far and how our data team is mapping tree and hedge planting across Norfolk.

Speakers:

Tom Russell Grant Arboricultural and Woodland Officer – Norfolk County Council
Helen Terry Lead Project Officer - Norfolk County Council

Thu, 01 Dec 2022

Norfolk County Council Budget proposals 2023 - Webinar Papers

Read the presentation on Norfolk County Council's Budget Proposals for 2023, given by

Andrew Jamieson – Lead member for Finance – Norfolk County Council

Thu, 01 Dec 2022

Help in a Crisis - Webinar Papers 3

Read the presentation about Norfolk Citizens Advice Bureaux's support for people struggling with energy bills this winter, given by;

Caroline Mackinson Project Coordinator Citizens Advice Diss, Thetford and District

Thu, 01 Dec 2022

Help in a Crisis - Webinar Papers 2

Read the presentation on Norfolk County Council's Money Support service, given by

Jonathan Saunders, Money Support Officer NCC

Thu, 01 Dec 2022