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Newtown Linford Parish Council

including Neighbourhood Watch

Clerk: Pam McMorran
76 Main Street, Newtown
Linford, Leicester LE6 0AD

Important Notice - The Parish Clerk does not deal with the bookings for the village hall. The booking secretary is Pat Wood on 01530 242251


Newtown Linford lies to the north west of Leicester. It formed part of the Bradgate Estate which was sold by Auction in November 1925. The Estate was formerly the property of the Seventh Earl of Stamford and Warrington and sold by Mrs. K.H.V. Grey. See the table showing the prices of most of the properties.

Newtown Linford Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Newtown Linford a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Minutes of Parish Council Meetings

The minutes of Parish Council Meetings are put onto the website for the day they were taken (subject to their approval at the following Council meeting)

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Latest News

Village Quiz

Tue, 17 Apr 2018 14:22 by Pam McMorran - Site Administrator

Could you please remind everyone about the Village Hall Quiz, to be held on Friday 18th May. Tickets are £10 – including a Ploughman's supper – and these can be ordered from me at davidpat.wood@talktalk.net or 242251.

Many thanks

Have your say regarding the buses

Tue, 03 Apr 2018 14:34 by Pam McMorran - Site Administrator

Leicestershire County Council is currently consulting on a new passenger transport policy and strategy, which will help to ensure that we meet our statutory duties, whilst achieving the best use of money in supporting local passenger transport services.

We want your views as we look to shape this new passenger transport policy and strategy. The consultation webpage, which includes all the relevant information and a questionnaire, can be viewed at: More »

Parking Myth Buster

Parking Myth Buster

Tue, 13 Mar 2018 09:38 by Pam McMorran - Site Administrator

Parking Myth Buster - recently published by County Councillor Deborah Taylor:-

Double Yellow Lines – You are not allowed to park on double yellow lines but you can park to load and unload for a limited period on double yellow lines as long as there is not a no loading restriction on those yellow lines. Double yellow lines also cover the pavement area as this is classed as part of the highway so you can be fined for parking on a pavement beside a road that has double yellow lines. More »

Blue Badge Holders – Can park on double yellow lines for a limited period of time but they cannot park on double yellow lines that have a no loading restriction in place.

Pavement Parking – Pavement parking is not illegal as long as it is not causing an obstruction. If there is not enough room for pedestrians to walk on the pavement, not enough room for pushchairs/wheelchairs/ scooters to pass on the pavement safely and they are forced to walk on a busy road this is a police matter. The police can get a car removed for causing an obstruction on the pavement but the obstruction must be severe and cause a danger for path users.
If your driveway is obstructed and you cannot leave your property this is an obstruction and you can call the police to get the vehicle removed. If you return to your property and your driveway is obstructed and you cannot assess your driveway this is not obstruction and there is nothing the police can do.

Resident/Business Permit Parking Zones – these are designed to help residents and businesses to park close to their homes or business and make it more difficult for none residents to park. In areas where 40% of residents have off street parking a permit parking scheme will not be considered. Resident Permit schemes also have to be self-funding, so there needs to be enough residents paying into the scheme to cover the costs of the permits and enforcement patrols. Permit parking does not reserve or guarantee spaces exclusively for each permit holder or their visitors.

Note from Clerk - Incidentally I was informed at the meeting I attended yesterday that there could soon be changes to the way Residents Parking Schemes are applied in the near future. » Less