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Parish Council

Cantley, Limpenhoe and Southwood Parish Council covers the Parishes of Cantley, Limpenhoe and Southwood.  We  meet most months on the third Thursday at 7pm at either Cantley Village Hall or Limpenhoe Village Hall.  Members of the public are welcome to attend.  We start each meeting with “public forum” where you are welcome to raise any issues.  The rest of the meeting is for Councillors to participate but you are welcome to stay and listen.  See Meeting Dates link above for dates and venues.  The agenda for the next meeting is available for download from the link above as soon as it is available.

Cantley, Limpenhoe and Southwood Parish Council falls within Broadland District and Norfolk County Councils’ jurisdiction.  Part of the Parish is within the Broads Authority National Park.

The Parish Council is NOT a planning authority.  Applications are sent to us for discussion and comment but the decisions are taken by the planning departments at Broadland District Council or the Broads Authority as appropriate.  For further information on the planning procedure go to the appropriate website.