Chelveston-cum-Caldecott Parish Council
Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP)

Membership of the Working Party

The Working Party was selected from volunteers amongst residents and Councillors at the Parish Council meeting on 10th June 2013.

Eight voting members were chosen: 4 Parish Councillors and 4 other residents. One of the residents subsequently declared an interest when signing to accept the Terms of Reference. This interest was ruled as a "Disclosable Pecuniary Interest" barring the resident from taking up their role. Two replacement residents were appointed at the Parish Council meeting on 8th July 2013. One member of the Working Party resigned in October 2013 due to pressure of work commitments and another in January 2014 for the same reason.

In addition a non-voting Clerk to the Working Party was been appointed. The Clerk will work with the elected Chair to co-ordinate the activities of the Working Party. The Clerk will also liaise with the Clerk of the Parish Council to ensure that all activities of the Working Party conform to the appropriate legislative guidelines and regulations.





Cllr Andrew Seaman June 2013 Chair from June 2013
Cllr from September 2015
Cllr Adrian Dale June 2013 May 2015 Resigned on standing down from the Council in the 2015 elections
Cllr Jennifer Harwood June 2013
Cllr Mick Izzard June 2013 May 2015 Resigned on standing down from theCouncil in the 2015 elections
Cllr Melvyn Wooding June 2013
Patricia Buckman July 2013
Janette Kightley-Green July 2013
Caroline Robinson July 2013 January 2014 Resigned due to other commitments
Paul Welton July 2013 October 2013 Resigned due to other commitments
George Westcott February 2014
Cllr Liz Kelly June 2015
Jane Seaman June 2013 Non-voting Clerk

All members signed a copy of the Terms of Reference, agreeing to abide by its terms. None of the members have any declared interest in the outcome of the planning process other than in so far as they are owners of property in the Village. None have declared any property or land as aspirational sites for development. If this changes during the course of the planning process, then they will declare an interest and will stand down from the NDP Working Party.