Working Parties

Working Parties are set up from time to time to review, analyse and progress projects. Working Parties may consist of councillors and non-councillors, and do not have a schedule of meetings. * indicates a non-councillor member of a working party.

Civic Centre Working Party

To explore the possibility of re-locating town council services from the Town Hall and consider the provision of a dedicated arts centre in Nailsworth

Cllr R Maitland
Cllr S Millett
Cllr S Reed
Cllr M Robinson

Market Street Improvements Working Party

To investigate the early stage feasibility of pedestrian prioritisation improvements to the Market Street area

Cllr P Francis
Cllr A Elliott
Mr Mike Kelly* (Chair)
Cllr S Robinson
Mrs Debbie Powell

MUGA Working Party

To negotiate with the Diocese regarding a lease for the siting of a MUGA on the school playground and progress the project to completion

Cllr Kay (Chair)
Cllr M Robinson
Cllr S Robinson
Mrs Debbie Powell

Neighbourhood Plan Working Party

To investigate the feasibility of developing a Neighbourhood Plan for Nailsworth parish

Cllr Duckworth
Cllr R Maitland
Cllr S Robinson
(currently no chair)

Communications Working Party

For communication matters

Cllr A Elliott
Cllr R Kerby
Cllr S Reed

Section 106 Working Party

To prepare a list of projects that might be funded by Section 106 Planning funding

Cllr A Elliott
Cllr S Millett
Cllr S Reed
Cllr S Robinson
Town Clerk

Grant Policy Working Party

To draft a new Grants Policy for consideration by council

Cllr S Millett
Cllr S Reed
Cllr J Duckworth
Cllr P Francis
Cllr R Kerby