Brixton Parish

Brixton

The next monthly meeting of Brixton Parish Council will be held virtually on Wednesday 30th September at 7pm

 

If you would like to join the meeting please email Clerk clerk@brixtonparishcouncil.org.uk to obtain the code to join the meeting. 


Brixton Parish is the first parish in the South Hams on the A379 on the outskirts of Plymouth and is steeped in history. The landscape of the parish is mainly agricultural and the area to the south of the A379 is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty bordered by the River Yealm and Cofflete Creek. There are two main settlements in the parish – Brixton Village and Carrollsland, along with the hamlets of Brixton Torr and Spriddlestone.  Building of the new town of Sherford started in 2016.

The electorate for Brixton Parish in May 2016 was 1401.  Located within Brixton village there is a church, primary school, village shop and post office, pub, fish and chip shop, restaurant and a residential/nursing home.  Close to the village is a garden centre, camp site, garage with car sales and small industrial estate.  At Carrollsland there is a garage/supermarket and Plymstock Albion Oaks Rugby Club.

Brixton Parish is a very active community and full details can be found on the Brixton Parish website.

 

Spridlestone


For updates and news of what's happening in the village please visit Brixton Devon and Facebook to find out more.

 Brixton Parish Council, Brixton Feoffee Trust and Brixton Community Association are funding a brand new website for Brixton Parish.
The new website address is www.brixtondevon.co.uk


Coronavirus / COVID 19 updates

Brixton Parish Community Emergency Plan special supplement

Coronavirus / COVID-19 2020 update

Updated 11th March 2020

Brixton Parish Community Emergency Plan special supplement

Letter to resident - end of prescription pick up

Yealm Medical Centre - 'stand down letter'

Dispensing services poster

Update from Yealm Medical Centre - May 2020

Important information update

Updated local transport list - 5th June 2020

Latest News

Useful Information

 

Brixton Parish Council has a Community Emergency Plan.  

 

The Traffic Management Committee meet every quarter to discuss any issues effecting the Parish.

 

Please find information regarding the Sherford development.

 

Ivybridge Recycling Centre opening times and information regarding acceptable materials.

 

Brixton Parish Council have declared a Climate, Environment and Biodiversity Crisis.

Alliance Agreement

 

 

 

 

 

 


Steer Point Quarry Update

Traffic Management Plan as agreed by Devon County Council for the restoration of Steer Point Quarry, Brixton. Any concerns about any breach of this plan should be reported the clerk of Brixton Parish Council.

7th May 2020 report
20th May 2020 report
April 2020 report
March 2020 report
February 2020 report
January 2020 report
December 2019 report
October 2019 report
September 2019 report
July 2019 report

 


 


 


Keeping parishioners updated

Brixton Parish Council would like to keep all parishioners updated with the production of an annual newsletter and a quarterly news bulletin.   

All residents will have received an annual newsletter:
2016/2017
2017/2018
2018/2019
2019/2020

The 2019/2020 annual report can also be read in conjunction with the minutes of the meeting held on Wednesday 27th May 2020

News Bulletins

Weekly news bulletins were produced by BPC during the coronavirus pandemic, these can be found under Coronavirus.

June 2020
December 2019
August 2019
April 2019
January 2019

 

 

 



Brixton Parish Council now have an App for your smartphone or tablet. 

Just visit the App store and download it for FREE. 

This website and the App will be updated on a regular basis and if you have any comments or suggestions please contact Kirstie Aldridge, Clerk to Brixton Parish Council  clerk@brixtonparishcouncil.org.uk

 

 

 

Brixton Parish Council are delighted to announce that they have been awarded the Quality Award under the Local Council Award Scheme.

QualityLogo Blue

 

 


Traffic Orders

Road Closure - Essential work in relation to the construction of Sherford Main Street

The proposed works will see sections of “Sherford Main Street” connected into the existing road network in and around the area of the closures. Upon completion of the works a small section of the new highway will be open to public traffic although work on the remainder of the scheme will continue until Summer2020.

Please see the enclosed plans which shows the proposed closures and the intended closure dates. The works are weather dependent and therefore the programme is subject to change. In the event of a change to the programme, we will aim to inform the public, neighbouring properties and businesses as early as possible.

Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) for Road Closures

In the interests of safety for residents, the travelling public and the workers on-site, a road closure between 19:00 – 05:00: 10th August – 14th August is required for approximately four nights to reconstruct parts of the existing highways. A temporary diversion route will be in place during periods of road closures. The road will be open as usual outside of the times state

Sherford Main Street phase 2 - Traffic Regulation Orders

The Devon County Council website shows details of the Sherford Main Street phase 2.

Advertised on this page are important Traffic Regulation Orders and Plans, this includes the removal of the weight restriction from Deep Lane end when Main Street for Sherford is open.

The consultation period closes on 4th September 2020

https://www.devon.gov.uk/roadsandtransport/traffic-information/roadworks/sherford-main-street-phase-2/