JOB VACANCY 

The Property Clerk is responsible for maintaining all the Town Council properties (a £15M portfolio of assets) including parks and play areas. The incumbent in this role writes agendas and takes minutes for Property Meetings which are held with the Town Councillors. Please do not apply if you do not have experience either as a parish clerk or have worked in a parish council, or have experience in managing property/contracts. The role involves the supervision of cleaning and maintenance staff, understanding and management of all health and safety issues, and booking and managing the necessary contractors to undertake works. The role is for 30 hours per week, and hours are relatively flexible, but there is one evening meeting per month, and the incumbent must be prepared to work for several hours on two weekends per month. Excellent literacy skills are essential for this role because minutes and letters are regularly written, as is familiarity with all aspects of IT (Microsoft, Excel, Word etc.) and a high level of numeracy is needed. Previous staff management and health and safety skills are desirable traits although some training will be provided. The job is in Newport Pagnell, so living close to the town is important particularly in the event of an emergency call out. A car and a clean driver's licence are required, as the incumbent will be expected to travel between Town Council properties. Mileage is remunerated at 45p per mile. The role has a strong career path within the Council.

Please apply sending your CV to TownClerk@newport-pagnell.org.uk

The Town Council is consulting with residents on whether it should take over ownership of the town's parks and play areas from Milton Keynes council.

 

Please take our survey by clicking on the link below:

Please read supporting information here before taking the survey below

 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Y89P269 

Open Consultation dates to discuss this matter with your councillors are:

 

  • 17th September 5 pm to 6.30 pm at the Portfields Community Centre
  • 22nd September 11.45 am to 1.30 pm at the URC Church Hall
  • 18th October 5 pm to 6.30 pm at the Green Park Community Centre  
CLEAR RECYCLING SACKS

Unfortunately Milton Keynes Council no longer allow us to be an outlet for these. To find out the new way to reorder recycling sacks click HERE

 Milton Keynes Council

HIGHWAYS REGISTER OF ROADWORKS AND EVENTS IN MILTON KEYNES

Please click HERE for this weeks version of the Highways Register.

22.10.18 - ROAD CLOSURE
Priory Street - from it's junction with Tickford Street to it's junction with Church View - whilst the above length of road is closed the alternative route will be via Tickford Street, Chicheley Street and Milton Drive and vice versa.

Closure of A421 between Eagle Farm roundabout and junction 13.  Please click HERE for alternative routes.

Recycling information available HERE

 

 MILTON KEYNES COUNCIL INFORMATION


 

The Town Council confirms that the audit for the year ended 31 March 2018 has been concluded and that the annual return has been published.


Notice of Conclusion of Audit
Annual Return 

M1 JUNCTION 13 TO 16 SMART MOTORWAY WORKS PROGRAMME 

LATEST NEWS REGARDING SMART MOTORWAY WORKS HERE

MILTON KEYNES BUS USERS GROUP - NEWSLETTER ISSUE 26 

 TOWN CENTRE FLOWERS 2018

town centre flowers
We have all enjoyed the hanging baskets in our town this year, our grateful thanks go to the following individuals / organisations who helped to sponsor them:

Redrow Homes Ltd
Rotary Club of Newport Pagnell
IT Support Line Ltd
Mrs Evelyn Rosa Gage
Mr John Smith
Christos
IG Design Group
Residents concerned about the poor condition of roads and footpaths in the town can now see Milton Keynes Council's full programme of resurfacing and repairs for 2017/18

VISION FOR NEWPORT PAGNELL

Newport Pagnell Town Council is the most local level of government in this area.  We are democratically elected by residents to serve the community.  Along with our team of employees, volunteers and partner organisations we aim to:

  • Look after Newport Pagnell as a place people want to live, work and visit
  • Promote health and wellbeing for Newport Pagnell residents of all ages
  • Create a safer and cleaner environment
  • Protect and celebrate our local heritage
  • Be available for and engaged with the public we represent
  • Support activities that encourage residents to feel part of Newport Pagnell's community