Each King’s Sutton Parish Councillor assumes responsibility for one or more village streets to serve as a contact point for residents who find it necessary to raise issues of concern regarding local amenities. Click here to view, download or print a list of streets and the councillors who are responsible for them.
Here’s what Parish Councillors do in their designated street areas:
Note residents’ comments and deal with them as appropriate.
Check on the condition of street furniture and Parish Council property – including parish noticeboards; yellow litter bins; dog waste bins; gates; seats; play equipment; bus shelters – and report any faults or damage to the Clerk or to the councillors for the Rec or the cemetery as appropriate.
Monitor fly posting, and remove out-dated posters and those not related to the village from all lamp posts and telegraph poles, and install current bus timetables.
Check that street lighting is in good working order, reporting faults or concerns to the Clerk for the attention of the contractor, and reporting on damage to lamp columns to the Clerk or the Councillor for Lighting.
Monitor the cleanliness of the streets and any land owned by the Parish Council, and report back to the Clerk any unacceptable levels of litter on the ground or in bins for the ultimate attention of South Northamptonshire Council or the Parish Council’s contractor.