The public notice for the Personnel Committee meeting taking place on 19 June 2018 has been published.
The meeting papers for the Extraordinary meeting of the City of Durham Parish Council have been published. For further details see our Agendas and Minutes page.
Elections to the new City of Durham Parish Council took place on 3 May 2018. The full details of the election results are detailed in the links below. The Councillors page on our site has been updated.
- Durham South – Declaration of Result
- Elvet and Gilesgate – Declaration of Result
- Nevilles Cross – Declaration of Result
Election information for the new City of Durham Parish Council is now available via Durham County Council’s website. This includes important information for both voters and potential candidates.
Please visit http://www.durham.gov.uk/durhamcityelection
Anyone wishing to stand as a candidate in the upcoming City of Durham Parish Council election can now request a nomination pack. The election, which follows a Community Governance Review, will be held on Thursday, 3 May.
The new authority will be split into three wards with a total of 15 seats – Elvet and Gilesgate (six councillors), Neville’s Cross (eight councillors) and Durham South (one councillor).
The notice of election will be published on Monday, 26 March, with nominations being accepted from Tuesday, 27 March. The deadline for close of nominations is 4pm on Friday, 6 April.
Anyone considering standing as a candidate should request a nomination pack from Durham County Council’s electoral services team.
Call 03000 261 212 or email email@example.com
Further information for prospective candidates and agents can be found at www.electoralcommission.org.uk
The County Council has set a precept of £150,000, to enable the new City of Durham Parish Council to function during its first year. This equates to a Band D Council Tax of £34.87. The amount chargeable to households will be detailed on the Council tax bill for those living in the newly established parish.
In future years, the precept will be determined by the Parish Council and will be collected as part of the annual council tax bill each year.