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Hertfordshire Association of Parish and Town Councils

Hertfordshire Association of Parish and Town Councils

Carina Helmn

County Officer: Carina Helmn
Kimpton Memorial Hall, Hall
Lane, Kimpton, Hertfordshire
SG4 8RD

Tel: 07956 590094

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    Supporting

    We represent you at county, regional & national level, keep you informed on current issues and answer your enquiries

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    Training

    We have a large range of courses for councillors and clerks.

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    Our highly experienced team are here to provide information and guidance.

To lead, give value and help

HAPTC is a membership organisation financed by subscriptions from parish, community and town councils and parish meetings. We offer support, advice and training to our members to enable them to serve their communities to the best of their abilities. Our specialist field is in parish council law and procedure, but we can advise or signpost on a wide range of subjects including employment, financial controls, risk management, allotments, burial grounds, code of conduct, village greens and playgrounds.

We represent parish councils to district/borough, county, regional and national bodies and work to enhance communication with everyone within the Parish Council network.

As a membership association HAPTC is unable to deal with queries from members of the public, but is happy to make general information available through this website.

Membership is open to any parish, community or town council or parish meeting which pays an annual subscription to the Association.

County Officer: Carina Helmn
Council Development Officer: Sue Campbell

Latest News

Last call for entries for Hertfordshire Building Futures Awards 2018

Fri, 15 Jun 2018 10:50 by Sue Campbell

With 7,000 new homes per annum planned across Hertfordshire, the county is facing some real development challenges. In order to meet these significant growth pressures, it is vital that developments are sustainable and future-proofed to leave the county with a legacy for the future. The 2018 Hertfordshire Building Futures Awards (@sus_dev), sponsored by Hertfordshire Building Control, recognise and reward sustainable development across the county. More »

Buildings completed in Hertfordshire between 17th September 2015 and 27th April 2018 are eligible to enter before the deadline of Friday 6th July. Projects can be nominated under one or more of the four award categories: Design Excellence, Most Sustainable Construction, Retrofit for the Future and Project of the Year

Any development is eligible for nomination, no matter how big or small, from individual buildings to large scale developments. Whether you've worked on new build, conversion or refurbished schemes in the residential, commercial, retail, education, health and leisure sectors, you can gain national recognition by entering the 2018 Building Futures Awards.

If you have been involved in a project, or know of a development which you think deserves to be a winner of the 2018 #BuildingFuturesAwards, please contact buildingfutures@hertfordshire.gov.uk or Rachael Donovan on 01992 556294. » Less

Remembrance Day Silhouette Installation Grants

Tue, 12 Jun 2018 18:01 by Sue Campbell

"Remembered", a charity commemorating the Fallen of the First World War, have a grant scheme with the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust to help communities host a fully funded commemorative silhouette installation, without having to worry how to pay for it, for which Town, Parish and Community Councils are eligible. More »

The silhouettes represent those lost in the First World War, whose names appear on local war memorials around the country, bringing them back into their place of worship, their school, their workplace or wherever their absence was felt, as the centenary approaches.

These micro-grants can fund up to 10 silhouettes to support Remembrance Day activities for the centenary of the First World War.

Applications are only open for another two weeks and councils can apply at: http://www.covenantfund.org.uk/?page_id=215 » Less