Welcome to Wigginton Parish Council
Wigginton is a large village and civil parish running north-south and perched at 730 ft (220 m) on the edge of the Chiltern Hills and alongside the border with Buckinghamshire.
It is part of Dacorum district in the county of Hertfordshire. Adjacent to the main village is the settlement of Wigginton Bottom where a number of farmworkers cottages were built during the 19th century.
Wigginton Parish Council is the first tier of local government with elected Parish Councillors responsible for the Civil Parish of Wigginton, which consists of approximately 650 households.
Wigginton Parish Council is currently made up of 7 councillors and a clerk.
David Wilde is our Chairperson, each of the other councillors has an area of responsibility that they hold the brief for.
Village Hall Liaison
Wigginton Parish Council meets once a month throughout the year, except in August, although sometimes an ad hoc meeting will be called in August to discuss planning applications).
Meeting are held at 8.00 p.m. in the Village Hall, Chesham Road, Wigginton.
All meetings are open to members of the public.
There is an opportunity for people to speak or ask questions at the start of every meeting.
Copies of agendas and minutes for recent meetings can be found in the Documents section on this web-site.
Wigginton Parish Council is consulted by Dacorum Borough Council on all applications within Wigginton
The Council’s views are sent to the relevant DBC Planning Officer, who has to consider them when deciding whether or not to grant planning permission.
Controversial cases may be referred to the DBC Development Control Committee.
Wigginton Parish Council has adopted a Communications Plan that sets out how the council aims to inform people about what we do and to actively listen to what parishioners think.
Wigginton Parish Council has adopted the ICO Publication Scheme (April 2008) which tells you clearly what information we hold and where you can get a copy.
Wigginton Parish Council publishes its Annual Report in the form of the Wigginton Oddy newsletter.
Copies of these documents can be found in the Documents section on this web-site.