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Lickey End Parish Council
This council was elected with the sole purpose of returning
Lickey End to its unparished state.
However, until this takes place we will carry out the duties of
a parish council, to the best of our ability.
In order to represent all parishioners impartially, all written
requests and concerns will be referred to the appropriate
Verbal or anonymous requests or concerns will not be
Opinions and advice will be noted without comment.
Lickey End Parish Council Review
In the first stage of the ongoing Parish of Lickey End
Review, the survey of electors asking if their parish should
be abolished and the council dissolved resulted in 758 residents
(34.8%) of the parish’s 2178 electors responding to Bromsgrove
District Council’s consultation, with 625 for and 120 against
abolishing the parish and dissolving the council. There were 13
The results, together with any written submissions, were put
into a draft proposal to be considered at the July 2010 meeting of
the Bromsgrove Distinct Council’s Electoral Matters Committee - the
body that deals with matters relating to electoral
Residents then had the opportunity to make comments on
the draft proposal during a further consultation which took place
during July / August / September 2010, after which the final
proposal was submitted.
The entire process was completed at the end of 2010. In
December 2010, the Lickey End Parish Council Dissolution /
Abolition Order was made that, with effect from 1st
January 2011, the Parish of Lickey End and Lickey End Parish
Council were dissolved / abolished.
For more information on the Lickey End Parish Council Review
please go to the Electoral Services page of the Council and
Democracy section at www.bromsgrove.gov.uk, or
contact the Electoral Services team on 01527 881 462 or email@example.com.