Full council meetings are usually held monthly and unless otherwise stated, take place in the Mission Room, Vicarage Causeway, starting at 7.30pm.
The public are welcome but are reminded that after the public question time at the beginning of the meeting, they can only speak at the invitation of the chairman.
The council has a responsibility to ensure that all administrative and financial functions of the council are clear and transparent.
The Committee meets monthly to allocate and review budgets against expenditure, consider requests for funding, review all policies and oversee banking and insurance.
This committee meets monthly to discuss any planning and development proposals that have an impact on the village.
Members attend external meetings recommend responses to the relevant authorities to the full Parish Council. They also comment on issues such as licences or permits.
Effective external communications using both technology and traditional means is overseen by this committee on a monthly basis.
The main task is to devise strategies for implementation by a working group. Projects include developing websites and Social Media, and improving community engagement.
Hertford Heath has a thriving allotment, and aims to manage and develop the area.
Monthly meetings ensure that the concerns of allotment holders are heard during the different seasons and that the area is safe and well maintained.
As a responsible employer, the council ensures that policies relating to human resource issues are up to date and relevant.
This committee meets bi-monthly. Members of the public are not allowed to attend.
Documents dating back two years are available from this site. Copies of earlier documents can be requested from the clerk.
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