Welcome To Rottingdean Parish Council

Welcome to our new website!
Please note, we are currently in the process of updating some of the news articles and documents.

Have Your Say! 

The Rottingdean Parish Council Survey is live. The Parish Council welcomes feedback from residents and will use the responses to develop future policies working in partnership with Brighton and Hove City Council 

The Survey can be found at:  here

For the latest Government advice on Coronavirus (Covid 19) click  here

Local Support

Rottingdean Parish Council are working with St Margaret's and Our Lady of Lourdes and members of the local community to coordinate a Community Response to the Covid 19 outbreak. Click here  to get information on the Community Website which has links to local support organisations and food delivery services.

Rottingdean Parish Council: December Meeting

The next meeting of the Parish Council will be on 7 Decmeber  at 7.30pm by video/audio link. Members of the public are welcome to join. Instructions on how to join are here

Rottingdean Parish Council is the only Unitory Authority within the Brighton and Hove City Council Area 

Electors within the area of Rottingdean Parish elect 9 Councillors on the same 4 year timetable that applies to the City Council. The next election is due in May 2023. Only if 9 people put there names forward is there an election put to a vote. 

None of your Parish Councillors take a salary. They meet monthly, normally in the Whiteway Centre, and all residents are welcome to attend these meetings. The agenda for these meetings is published at least 3 working days in advance and we place ours in the Parish Council notice board on the High Street side of the Reading Room.  

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The Parish Council closely monitors proposals that affect the Village and seeks to influence decisions when necessary. Our planning sub commitee considers every planning application in the Parish, whilst our Beacon Hill Working Group works to develop and improve our nature reserve.

RPC can also initiate proposals for investments to improve to the Village environment. An important function of RPC is using the Rottingdean Council tax precept to make grants and donations to initatives which benefit the Community. Our grant application form and guidance can be found under policies - discretionary grants and donations tab

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The Parish Council has a number of Advisory Groups that consider the detail of proposals and make recomendations to the full Parish Council to consider.

First created in November 2010, this website is regularly updated and new ideas for content are often added. As well as providing public information, the Parish Council wishes to hear your feedback, ideas and comments, so please e-mail your views direct to us by filling in this form

The current Rottingdean Parish Councillors are:

Clerk to the Parish Council:  Chris Hayes

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Contact Us

Email:

Council Clerk: Chris Hayes
or
enquiries@rottingdean-pc.gov.uk

Address:

Parish Council Clerk
Rottingdean Parish Council,
The Gables,
6 Dean Road,
Rottingdean, BN2 7DH

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Rottingdean Parish Boundary

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