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2017

Burton Latimer Town Council consists of 12 councillors, who give their time freely for the benefit of the local community. Each year, the councillors elect a Town Mayor and Deputy Mayor from their ranks.

The council's role is to look after the interests of the local community - chiefly by listening (and responding to) local views and concerns. As well as taking action themselves (or through various committees and groups), the councillors also use their links with Kettering Borough Council, Northamptonshire County Council and the local MP to make sure that issues that matter to Burton Latimer are not forgotten.

Members of the public are welcome to attend the council's monthly meetings (see details on the right) so please come along and air your views.

Download agendas & minutes of council meetings

January 2017 agenda minutes
recording
Cllrs reports

February 2017 agenda minutes
recording
Cllrs reports

March 2017 agenda minutes
recording
Cllrs reports

April 2017 agenda minutes
recording
Cllrs reports  

May 2017 agenda minutes
Cllrs reports
recording
(Annual Meeting)
agenda recording (Annual Parish Meeting)

June 2017 agenda minutes
recording
Cllrs reports

July 2017 agenda minutes
recording
Cllrs reports

August 2017 agenda minutes
recording
Cllrs reports

September 2017 agenda minutes
No recording, due to technical failure
Cllrs reports

October 2017 agenda recording  

November 2017      

December 2017      
       

Meeting details
Venue: Civic Centre
120 High St,
Burton Latimer
Dates & times: 1st Tuesday in the month, 7pm - 9pm
   
Contact details
Maureen Jerram Town Mayor
» Maureen Jerram
 
 

Fergus Macdonald Town Deputy Mayor
» Fergus Macdonald
 
 

George Sneddon Town clerk
» George Sneddon
 
 
 
 
BLTC document file
» Standing orders
» Financial regulations
» Complaints procedure

» Annual Report 2016/17 (including BLTC annual accounts & councillors' attendance record)
» Governance Statement 2016/17
» Electors' Rights to inspect accounts
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