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Training bursaries from SLCC Norfolk

Training bursaries from SLCC Norfolk

Did you know you can apply for a Clerk's Bursary from SLCC Norfolk for our training courses and conferences? You will need to check the rules on the application form below. If you wish to apply for this, we advise that you do so as soon as you book a place with us.

Posted: Thu, 10 Jan 2019 11:30 by Helen Carrier

Tags: Training, SLCC

April 2019 - Pay slip changes

There are two important changes to the Employment Rights Act 1996, affecting pay slip information, which will come into force on 6 April:

  1. Employers must include the total number of hours worked where the pay varies according to the hours worked, for example under variable hours or zero hour contracts.
  2. Payslips must be given to 'workers' and not just employee

Posted: Thu, 10 Jan 2019 10:00 by Helen Carrier

Tags: ACAS

CilCA - places still available

CilCA - places still available

Places are still available on the next CiLCA course starting next week. To book a place please email

Wednesday 16 January 2019

Carrowbreck House, Hellesdon

The six sessions make up the full training course and are designed to support your portfolio submission by instalment or at the end of the course.

CiLCA is a Level 3 qualification for local council Clerks and other... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 09 Jan 2019 14:00 by Helen Carrier

Tags: CiLCA

Government consults on plans to introduce new measures for felling street trees

The Government is consulting on new measures to make it clearer who is responsible for decisions concerning the felling of street trees and what process they should follow.

It proposes several new measures, which include:

1. Introducing two new duties on local authorities, a duty to:

a. consult with the local community on the felling of street trees

b. report on tree felling and replanting.

2. Creating... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 08 Jan 2019 09:30 by Helen Carrier

Tags: Consultation

Being a Good Employer

Being a Good Employer

Places are still available on the course below.

Being a Good Employer
Tue, 29 Jan 2019 1:30pm
1 CPD Points
£30 + VAT
Wereham Village Hall

This course aims to provide an understanding of employment – both mandatory and good practice processes.

The course runs through the various stages of the job cycle, with a particular focus on the 'in-job' stages.

To book a place click here

Posted: Mon, 07 Jan 2019 13:30 by Helen Carrier

Tags: Training

Norwich Western Link

There are just two weeks remaining for people to tell Norfolk County Council what they think of four potential options for a Norwich Western Link, to connect two major roads to the west of the city. Click here for more information

Posted: Mon, 07 Jan 2019 12:17 by Helen Carrier

Tags: Norfolk County Council, Consultation

Fund to transform English high streets and town centres opens

The Government has just launched its Future High Streets Fund to help principal councils to transform their town centres with co-funding to consolidate properties on the high street, improve transport and access into town centres and converting retail units into new homes. The Future High Street Fund, established as part of the government's Plan for the High Street, asks applicants to demonstrate partnership... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 07 Jan 2019 10:00 by Helen Carrier

Tags: Future High Street Fund

Spring Conference 2019

Spring Conference 2019

Final Reminder.

We are sorting topics and finalising a programme for our Spring Conference on 14 March at the Roundwood Function & Conference Centre, Taverham. Let us know who you would like to hear from and/or any topics you would like to see included in before we finalise our line up this month!

Contact us by email at

Posted: Mon, 07 Jan 2019 10:00 by Helen Carrier

Tags: Spring Conference 2019

New vacancies added

New vacancies added

Find out more about vacancies available in local councils in Norfolk by clicking here.

Posted: Fri, 04 Jan 2019 14:15 by Helen Carrier

Tags: Vacancies

Government consults on technical changes to the Community Infrastructure Levy

The Government has announced a consultation on technical changes to the Community Infrastructure Levy. These changes aim to reduce its complexity and increase its market responsiveness and transparency. While the proposed reforms do not affect how town and parish councils receive and use their share of any CIL funds, it is nevertheless of interest to US. More information can be found at Read More »

Posted: Fri, 04 Jan 2019 10:00 by Helen Carrier

Tags: CIL

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