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Stoke Bruerne Parish Council

Serving the people of Stoke Bruerne


Clerk: Mrs Alison Benson
3 Quinton Green Cottages
Quinton, Northampton
Northamptonshire NN7 2EF

Tel: 07724 682819

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Stoke Bruerne Parish Council provides YOUR local services. We strive to make Stoke Bruerne a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and information for all. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.

Stoke Bruerne Village Design Statement

We are delighted to be able to confirm that the village Design Statement has now been adopted by SNC - many congratulations to the committee who worked very hard on behalf of us all.

Village design statements are a form of planning guidance used to inform the design of new development ensuring that it is in keeping with existing local character and distinctiveness. The Village Design Statement for Stoke Bruerne can be found here

Speeding in Village

Speeding continues to be a big issue in our Village and there are no signs of an improving situation. The Parish Council has just conducted a speed survey within the 20 mph zone either side of the bridge. The results are being interpreted and will be available soon.

Latest News

Roade Library Threatened with Closure

In the County Council budget consultation there is a threat to close libraries including Roade. Please see attached flyer from the Friends of Roade library inviting anybody who can help to a drop in information session on Saturday 9th December.

Wed, 06 Dec 2017 15:08 by Alison Benson

Traffic Survey

As you are probably aware the Parish Council commissioned an independent traffic survey in September at two locations in the Village. The first location after the canal bridge and before Mill Lane confirmed a significant number of speeding drivers with an average speed of 25.7 mph in the 20-mph zone. The 85th percentile speed average was 30.4 mph (this is the speed at which 85% of drivers travel and is considered to be the "safe speed" by the Safer Roads Team as 85% of drivers tend to drive at a safe level) this indicates that the speed limit in this area could potentially be 30-mph. The second location was outside of the School. These figures gave an average speed of 21.0 mph and an 85th percentile speed of 24.8 mph. This location recorded 20,749 vehicle movements over a 7 day period which means over a million vehicle movements in a year. With further development proposed in Towcester and the two rail freight proposals this figure will only increase. More »

The Parish Council is arranging a site meeting with NCC Highways to discuss what can be done in light of the survey results and the concerns being expressed by residents about the increasing dangers on the roads and footpaths in the area. We will keep you informed of developments. » Less

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 11:58 by Alison Benson

Northamptonshire County Council Budget Cuts

Bus service 86, Roade library, winter gritting, white line repainting and road repairs, children's service and much more are under threat from budget cuts. Please get involved and have your say. Go to the Northamptonshire County Council website and follow the links to the budget proposals.

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 15:20 by Alison Benson