Parish Plan and Policies
The Parish Plan for the village, which represents residents' views about what they wish to see happen in the village over the following 5-10 years, was distributed to every household. The Plan is based on a survey of all households carried out in October 2010. The Plan contains Action Plans for many areas of village life, such as housing, environment, roads and facilities and many of the actions are the responsibility of the Parish Council. We will be making sure that we will deliver as much as we can of this vital Plan. If you would like a copy, please email the Parish Council and we will send you one.
West Parley has a zero tolerance fly-posting policy, please see above the Dept of the Environment's Good Practice Guide to fly posting.
Gypsy and Traveller Policy
The Parish Clerk (or nominated deputy) in consultation with the Chairman or Vice Chairman will decide the need for eviction in accordance with the Council's Traveller Policy.
For full information on your rights, your data and how we use it, please see our GDPR Privacy Notice.
Please note there is also an alternative policy which relates to staff, Councillors and Role Holders.
West Parley Parish Council (WPPC) takes your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to contact you directly in order to pass on notices which you may find useful concerning issues relevant to West Parley village.
We will only collect your email address if you ask us to do so via the registration box on the Home page. Your name and email address is the only information we will keep and we will only contact you via this address.
We will not pass your personal data to any other individual or organisation and undertake to keep your details safe and secure. We will not give any information about our data base to any individual or organisation.
You can change your mind at any time by emailing the Parish Council instructing us to remove your details from our database. West Parley Parish Council will then permanently delete your details from our database.
Should you email the Council requesting information or resolution to an issue, it may be necessary to seek support from a third party, eg East Dorset District Council or Dorset County Council. Prior to this, your consent to forward your details would be required, therefore if you are happy for this to happen, please comment in your email to ensure matters are not delayed.
Should you have any questions concerning this or any other issue relating to the WPPC website, please contact the clerk at the address above.
Website Policy and Disclaimers
West Parley Parish Council strives to ensure the information content of this website be correct, complete and accurate. However, no warranties, either express or implied, are given to that effect.
Please see our Website Accessibility Statement.
West Parley Parish Council does not accept liability for any claim, loss or damage, whether direct, indirect or consequential, for any errors or omissions in the information or from the use of the information on this website or accessed through this website.
This website uses a combination of managed data and links to other websites. West Parley Parish Council assumes no responsibility whatsoever for the content of any web pages linked to this website.
Information on this website is subject to change without notice.
All material on this website is copyright of West Parley Parish Council.
No material on this website may be copied, re-published or re-distributed for commercial purposes or gain without the express permission of West Parley Parish Council having been previously requested and granted in writing.