BISHOPSTEIGNTON PARISH COUNCIL
A Parish Council is a local authority that makes decisions on behalf of the people in the parish and has an overall responsibility for the well-being of its local community. It is the level of government closest to the community, with the district authority above it in the hierarchy; in our case Teignbridge District Council. Above this tier is Devon County Council. Each authority is responsible for different services. To find out more read here…
A parish council has a wide range of powers which essentially relate to local mattters, such as looking after community assets including open green spaces, play areas, public toilets, car parks, and more. Bishopsteignton Parish Council are also a burial authority with responsibility for the parish cemetery. The council has the power to raise money through taxation, the precept; the parishes share of council tax, collected by the district council. Bishopsteignton Parish Council has 11 members, elected every 4 years. It has one member of staff, the clerk who handles all administration and governance of the council including finance and burials.
Next Full Council
7.30pm Monday 05.12.22
An agenda for this meeting of the full council and an appendices pack is now available to download. Follow the link above.
Thanks to everyone who came to The Lawns to share your ideas for new play equipment at both sites. The council are now meeting with suppliers to find the most suitable options.
Watch this space!
Working alongside Bishopsteignton Healthy Living Group there are several units positioned around the village. view the map to find your closest.
Meet Your Councillors
There are 11 seats on Bishopsteignton Parish Council, all are currently filled. To see your representatives visit the Councillors page.
To contact any of them please email the clerk.
Please help the Centre Management Committee to understand this community space in the early stages of a regeneration project jointly with Bishopsteignton Heritage.
The survey takes less than a minute. Thank you!
Do you feel Traffic speeds are excessive and dangerous? If you can spare a few hours a month why not join the community speed watch team. Training and PPE is provided.
Contact PCSO Saul Bunce to find out more.