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Clerk & Responsible Finance Officer (RFO) to Fornham All Saints Parish Council




The Parish Council requires a qualified Clerk.


This is a part time post 10 hours per week, with a salary relevant to LC1 SCP 21 (circa £11 per hour). You are contracted to work 8 hours per week. Additionally, you will be expected to work an average of 2 hours per week to cover the management of the Fornham All Saints Fuel Allotment Charity.






Please forward CV and letter of application in the first instance to


Mr Howard Quayle, Chairman


by e-mail to




Closing date 14/06/2019


Start date 01/07/2019



DC/19/0347/FUL - Planning Application - (i) Change of use of part of golf course to 70no. caravan lodge holiday homes (ii) new access from A1101 and B1106 (iii) construction of access roads, parking spaces and associated infrastructure - Location Caravan Site, North and South The Street, Fornham All Saints Suffolk

Planning Officer, Britta Heidecke Email:

Or Email:

Helpful Documents:

PC Slide Presentation

Joint Development Management Policies Document 2015

Rural Vision 2031

BSE Vision 2031

Referenced Key Policies & Notes for formulating a response


PC Meeting Minutes 28th March 2019 

PC Response & Submission 


West Suffolk Planning Policy Response



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For more information on the West Suffolk Operational Hub and updates please click here. It is expected that a planning application will be submitted in Spring 2017.