The links here are to documents that are correct as of April 2020.
Parish Council Roles and Responsibilities
(including councillors' code of conduct)
Application to join the council:
Co-option application (pdf)
Co-option application (word)
Allotment shed agreement application form
A summary of public rights:HERE
Financial year 2019/20
|PDF - Audit papers|
Financial year 2018/19
Financial Year 2017/18
Financial Year 2016/17
Financial Year 2015/16
Financial Year 2014/15
Financial Year 2013/14
Financial Year 2012/13
Financial Year 2011/12
Planning Applications - Background
This page will provide links to planning applications that are submitted and are to be reviewed by the Parish Council.
The Parish Council has no powers to approve or reject an application, but it does provide an advisory and consultative role within the process, and this is an essential stage in any application.
Current Planning Applications
The parish council has submitted its response to the current consultation on a proposal to quarry on the meadows to the north of Warmington Mill. You can view the documents by clicking on the link below
You can view all current development planning applications for the parish on the East Northamptonshire Council planning portal via this weblink: ENC Planning Portal
The application for the mineral extraction is via this link: NCC Planning Portal
You can see the parish council's response here: Warmington Parish Council Elton2 submission
We have a daily post collection from Warmington from the Post Box outside the village shop/post office on School Lane.
Monday to Friday : 4:40pm
A later weekday collection is made from the Postbox outside PETERBOROUGH SORTING OFFICE, Papyrus Road at 7:30pm Daily
Royal Mail Customer Services: 03457 740 740
Warmington has five levels of elected representation. These are as follows:
- Warmington Parish Council
Responsible for allotments, cemetery, churchyard maintenance, pocket parks, recreation ground, street-lighting, verge cutting (under contract from highways authority).
- East Northamptonshire District Council
Responsible for services including planning, council housing, and rubbish collection.
- Northamptonshire County Council
Responsible for services including education, social services, transport, roads and libraries.
- National Government at Westminster
Responsible for making laws and scrutinising all UK government activity.
- European Parliament
Responsible for scrutinising the actions of the European Union and the EU budget.
Parish Council: HERE More information about Warmington Parish Councillors
East Northamptonshire District Council - Warmington is in the Lower Nene Ward and represented by David Brackenbury
Northamptonshire County Council - Warmington is in the Thrapston Ward and represented by Wendy Brackenbury
National Government (Westminster Parliament) - Warmington is in the Parliamentary Constituency of Corby and represented by Tom Pursglove.
European Parliament -Warmington is in the East Midlands constituency at the European Parliament.
Warmington is in the county of Northamptonshire and more specifically in the East Northamptonshire area.
Officially our local county council services are from Northamptonshire (see below for information about nearby counties):
Our County Council is Northamptonshire County Council and they manage our schools administrations, school meal service, library service, roads maintenance and much more. Full details of all their services can be found on their website.
East Northamptonshire Council collects our council tax and provides our planning, local elections and recycling and waste collections amongst others. Full details of all their services can be found on their website.
Border of Three Counties
It can be tricky sometimes knowing which county we belong to in terms of services as we are on the border of 3 counties - Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire so most of us use services from all three at different times.
Note our postcode is PE8 - which makes our postal address Peterborough and yet Peterborough is in Cambridgeshire.
- Oundle in Northamptonshire (five minutes drive away) is nearest market town with supermarket, a local market, nurseries, secondary schools, doctors, dentists and library all at hand. This is all part of East Northamptonshire.
- Peterborough in Cambridgeshire is our nearest large city (15 minutes drive from here). This is the nearest centre for a large shopping centre, mainline train station, cinema, hospital etc. Cambridgshire County Council Information.
- Stamford (20 minutes drive away) is another market town in Lincolnshire, slightly larger than Oundle but with similar facilities and also has its own train station. Lincolnshire County Council Information.