Business - Guildhall Venue Hire

Guildhall Venue Bookings

Looking for a fantastic city venue?

The City's Guildhall is a truly beautiful building which dates back to 1721. It has a fascinating history - and today offers both visitors and residents a glimpse of Worcester's rich and varied heritage.

The Guildhall Worcester is available to hire for up to 200 guests, and is the perfect central venue for a host of occasions.

Weddings at The Guildhall

What better place to tie the knot, than at Worcester's historic Guildhall? The Guildhall, which dates back to 1721, is a perfect venue for both wedding ceremonies and receptions, and can accommodate up to 200 guests.

 

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Parks: Football Pitches

Football Pitches

Worcester City Council provide natural turf football pitches across the city that are available for the public to enjoy in Worcester. The football season normally starts on 1st September and runs through to 30th April.

Please note: Worcester City Council provide adult size goals to our football pitches only. We do not supply mini or junior size goals for any teams booking our pitches across the City.

Football pitches

 

Location Size Dimensions Changing Facilities
Brickfields Park, Ash Avenue Mini Length - 54.9m x Width 36.6m Can be booked with Worcester Community Trust at bookings@worcestercommunitytrust.org.uk or phone 01905 453453 (Choose 'Option 1' after the welcome message)
  Senior Length - 100m x Width - 60m  
Cornmeadow Lane, Claines Senior Length - 100m x Width - 60m No
Waverley Street, Diglis Senior Length - 100m x Width - 60m No
  9 x 9 Length - 67.7m x Width - 45.7m  
Northwick Road, Northwick Senior Length - 100m x Width - 60m No
Pitchcroft Mini Length - 54.9m x Width 36.6m Yes
  9 x 9 Length - 67.7m x Width - 45.7.m  
  Senior Length - 90m x Width 55m  
Shap Drive, Warndon Senior Length - 100m x Width - 60m Can be booked with Worcester Community Trust at bookings@worcestercommunitytrust.org.uk or phone 01905 453453 (Choose 'Option 1' after the welcome message)

Maintenance

Maintenance is regularly undertaken throughout the season. Renovation is normally undertaken from May through to August. We reserve the right to remove pitches from play at anytime without prior notice.

Training

It would be appreciated if the pitches were not used for training in order to help the new seed grow. Training pitches are available at:

  • Brickfields
  • Northwick
  • Pitchcroft

Pitch bookings

To book one of Worcester City Council's pitches, please email football@worcester.gov.uk with your pitch requirements, kick off time and team name. If you haven't filled out an agreement, you will need to fill one out and email it to us before your game can be booked.

Any bookings for changing rooms at KGV or Shap Drive will need to be emailed to Worcester Community Trust direct at bookings@worcestercommunitytrust.org.uk and payment for KGV and Shap Drive changing rooms only will need to be made through the Worcester Community Trust on 01905 453453 (choose option 1 after the welcome message).

Football pitch hire agreement

You can download the Football Pitch Hire Agreement for the 2018/2019 season

Should you prefer, please email football@worcester.gov.uk and we can send you one via email.

Any questions? 

If you have any queries regarding the City Councils pitches, please complete our online query form. We will try and get back to you within 3-5 working days.

Football Enquiry Form

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Councillors & Democracy: Consultations

Current Consultations

Street Amenities Consent (Control of Street Furniture) Policy Review Consultation

We would like to hear your views on a revised Street Amenity policy which is being considered for the control of street furniture, often referred to as street cafes in Worcester City Centre.

The street amenity policy has been revised and redrafted to enable good quality pavement cafes, pubs and restaurants to place furniture on the highway which will enhance the ambience of the city centre and contribute to a relaxed and sociable style of eating and drinking.  It has further been developed to ensure that careful consideration is given to the suitability of any pavement cafe in so much that it will make a positive contribution to the area in which it is sited.

The policy includes guidance on the location and design of pavement cafes and includes detailed information on size and layout, boundaries and the types of furniture that should be used.

We are very interested to hear the views of all existing consent holders, businesses representatives, regulatory bodies and also the general public, so please take the time to complete this short questionnaire

Please complete the questionnaire

This consultation will be open for responses until Friday 20 July 2018.

Gambling Act 2005 Statement of Principles Review

Worcester City Council is seeking views on a draft revised Statement of Principle’s under the Gambling Act 2005. 

This important document sets out the principles the Council will apply when carrying out its functions under the Gambling Act 2005 and has to be reviewed and republished at least every three years.

View and download the draft revised Statement of Principles

The proposed changes between the Council’s existing Statement of Principles and the draft revised Statement of Principles are shown by the use of red text.

The draft revised Statement of Principles includes a new section recognising the links between Public Health and gambling-related harms and how the Council would like to work together in partnership with the local Public Health team to try and better understand and address gambling-related harms in the area.

The Statement of Principles has also been updated to and now contains more detailed information on how the Council will carry out the following functions it is responsible for under the Act:

  • The regulation of gambling activities in clubs and alcohol licensed premises
  • The issuing and monitoring of Unlicensed Family Entertainment Centre Permits
  • The issuing and monitoring of Prize Gaming Permits
  • The registration and monitoring of Small Society Lotteries

The Council is inviting comments on the draft revised Statement of Principles from all interested parties including residents and those running businesses in the District.

Comments can be sent by email to enquiries@worcsregservices.gov.uk or posted to:

Worcester City Council Gambling Consultation
Worcestershire Regulatory Services
Wyre Forest House
Finepoint Way
Kidderminster
Worcestershire
DY11 7WF

Closing date: 17 August 2018. All comments received will be considered by the Council before the publication of a new Statement of Principles before the end of 2018.

Worcestershire’s Strategic Direction for Tackling Homelessness 2018-21Consultation

We are asking for your views on Worcestershire’s Strategic Direction for Tackling Homelessness. 

This document expands on the strategic priorities for tackling homelessness already identified within the Worcestershire Housing Partnership Plan and the Homelessness Review.

In order to tackle homelessness comprehensively, we need to ensure that;

  • There are genuinely affordable low-cost rental options for households on benefits and low paid/insecure work.
  • We minimise risks for those who are most vulnerable to homelessness by focusing our prevention activities further “upstream.”
  • We provide earlier, more flexible and more comprehensive responses to those in crisis/at risk of entering crisis, and provide appropriate support for homeless people whose needs go beyond homelessness.

We value your input on how we are going to deliver those priorities within each of the districts of Worcestershire.

Please take a look at the Worcestershire Strategic Direction for Tackling Homelessness and let us know your views in a short questionnaire using link below:-

Worcestershire Strategic Direction for Tackling Homelessness survey

 (Please note, the document is currently in draft format)

Please return your feedback no later than 9.00am on 19 June 2018.

Other consultations

New licensing applications and variations to premises alcohol licences

Past consultation results

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Community Safety - Community Trigger

Community Trigger

What is the Community Trigger?

The South Worcestershire Community Safety Partnership, which includes local councils, the police, clinical commissioning groups and registered housing providers, works together to tackle anti-social behaviour.

The Community Trigger is a process you can use to ask agencies to review the response to anti-social behaviour you have reported. The Trigger is designed to ensure that responsible agencies work together to try and resolve recurring concerns about anti-social behaviour. We will do this by talking about the problem, sharing information and using our resources to try and reach an agreeable outcome. The Trigger should be used if you believe your concerns about an anti-social behaviour issue have not been responded to.

The Trigger cannot be used to report crimes or one-off incidents of anti-social behaviour.

The Trigger does not replace the complaints procedures of individual organisations, or your opportunity to complain to the Local Government Ombudsman or the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

When can I use the trigger?

The Community Trigger can be used in the following situations:

  • You have made three or more reports relating to the same anti-social behaviour problem in the past six months to the Council, Police or a Registered Housing Provider (social landlord) and you feel that no has action been taken.
  • At least three individuals and/or groups in the local community have made reports about the same problem in the past six months to the Council, Police or Registered Housing Provider (social landlord) and they feel that no action has been taken.
  • You can activate the Community Trigger on behalf of someone else if you have their written consent.

How do I use the trigger?

To use the Community Trigger you will need to fill out a form detailing the case. You can request a form by contacting your local community safety team using the contact details below.

Worcester

Alison Griffin - Community Engagement Officer
Community.safety@worcester.gov.uk   

Tel:01905 722437

Wychavon

communitysafety@wychavon.gov.uk
Tel: 01386 565301

Malvern

communitysafety@malvernhills.gcsx.gov.uk
Tel: 01684 862290

Or in writing to

South Worcestershire CSP
c/o Wychavon District Council
Civic Centre
Queen Elizabeth Drive
Pershore
Worcestershire
WR101PT

 

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2017 Elections

2017 Elections

St Peter's Parish Council: Vacancy

A vacancy has occurred in St Peter's Parish Council, following the resignation of a parish councillor. A By-Election to fill the vacancy will be called if ten electors from within the St. Peter’s Parish make a request in writing.

Electoral notices

Notice of vacancy - St Peter's Parish Council.

Election of a Member of Parliament: Worcester Constituency

A General Election was held on Thursday, 8 June 2017, where the Worcester Parliamentary seat was contested.

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

73,893

51,529

92

69.73%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

HICKLING
Paul Simon

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

1,354

 

KEARNEY
Stephen Andrew

Liberal Democrat

1,757

 

RUGG
Alex

Independent

109

 

SHUKER
Mark Wayne William
Compass Party 38  

SQUIRES
Joy

Labour Party 22,223  

STEPHEN
Louis Joseph Shay

Green Party 1,211  

WALKER
Robin Caspar

The Conservative Party

24,731

ELECTED

Postal and proxy vote registration deadlines

  1. Applications, amendments or cancellations of postal votes must reach the Electoral Registration Officer by 5pm on Tuesday, 23 May 2017.
  2. Applications to vote by proxy at this election must reach the Electoral Registration Officer at the Guildhall by 5pm on Wednesday, 31 May 2017.
  3. Applications to vote by emergency proxy at this election may be applied for on grounds of physical incapacity or employment, where the changes occurred after 5pm on Wednesday, 31 May 2017, and must reach the Electoral Registration Officer at the Guildhall by 5pm on Thursday, 8 June 2017.

Contact

If you have any queries please contact Electoral Services

Email: electoralservices@worcester.gov.uk
Tel:  01905 722530
Address: Electoral Registration Officer, Guildhall, High Street, Worcester WR1 2EY

Worcestershire County Council Elections

The Worcestershire County Council elections was held on Thursday, 4 May 2017

Further information and results of this election can be found on the Worcestershire County Council website.

Election of a City Councillor (by-election)

Councillor David Wilkinson has resigned from Worcester City Council, where he represented the Bedwardine ward. A by-election was held for the election of one City Councillor for the Bedwardine ward. The poll took place on Thursday, 4 May 2017.

Bedwardine Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

6621

2602 16

39.3%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

AMOS
Bill

The Conservative Party

1457 ELECTED

BARNES
Jenny

Labour and Co-operative Party

816  

DAYE
Daniel Casey

Green Party

189  

HICKLING
Paul Simon

UK Independence Party (UKIP)

124

 

The Political Makeup of Worcester City Council

Party

Number of seats

Conservative Party

17

Labour Party

16

Green Party

2


 

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2016 Elections

2016 Elections

Referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union for Worcester Constituency

A referendum was held on Thursday 23 June 2016 to decide on whether the UK should remain a member or the European Union. For this referendum, you received a ballot paper with this question:

Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union? 

Total Votes Cast

Rejected

Turnout

54,289

51

73.85%

Votes cast in favour of:

Votes

Remain a member of the European Union

25,125

Leave the European Union

29,114

City Council and Police and Crime Commissioner Elections - Thursday 5 May 2016

On Thursday 5 May 2016 Worcester City had a combined Police and Crime Commissioner and City Council Elections throughout the City.

There was an election for 1 City Councillor in each of the following Wards:

  • Arboretum, Battenhall, Bedwardine, Cathedral, Claines, Gorse Hill, Nunnery, Rainbow Hill, St Clement, St John, St Stephen and  Warndon.

On the same day the West Mercia Police Area held an election for their Police and Crime Commissioner.

Election of City Councillors

The Political Makeup of Worcester City Council

Party

Number of seats

Conservative Party

17

Labour Party 16
Green Party 2

The following people have been nominated for election as a City Councillor.

Arboretum Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

4471

1674 13

37.45%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

AVERY
Susan Elizabeth

Green Party

311  

SQUIRES
Joy

Labour Party

959 ELECTED

STENSON
John William

The Conservative Party

391  

Battenhall Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

4017

2194 10

54.6%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

ASHWELL
Philip Leslie

Labour Party

127  

BROOKS
Jackie

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

89  

STEPHEN
Louis

Green Party

1081 ELECTED

TIBBUTT
David Arthur

The Conservative Party

887

 

Bedwardine Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

6547

2397 9

36.63%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

AMOS
Alan Thomas

The Conservative Party

1030 ELECTED

GOAD
James Alexander

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

343  

MCNALLY
Peter

Trade Unionists
and Socialists
Against Cuts

25  

MULLINS
Mike

Liberal Democrat

227

 

PORTER
Nicola Jane

Green Party 142  

STALKER
Ceri Marie

Labour Party 621  

Cathedral Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

7616

2611 18

34.29%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

DENHAM
Lynn

Labour Party

1360 ELECTED

FINCH
Hazel May

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

216  

MACGABHANN
Barry

The Conservative Party

779  

MOORHOUSE
Jane Alison

Green Party

238

 

Claines Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

6534

2608 11

39.92%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

ALLCOTT
Mel

Liberal Democrat

734  

HULME
Mark James

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

261  

LODGE
Robert Edward

Labour Party

453  

ROBINSON
Peter

Green Party

178

 

STANLEY
James

The Conservative Party 971 ELECTED

Gorse Hill Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

3655

1119 4

30.6%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

BELL
Linda Mary

British Resistance

16  

BERRY
Roger Edward

Labour and
Co-operative Party

565 ELECTED

HICKLING
Paul Simon

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

314  

RUGG
Alex

The Conservative Party

179

 

SNOOKES
Paul

Green Party 41  

Nunnery Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

5916

2050 11

34.67%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

BIGGS
Tracey Brenda

Labour Party

1136 ELECTED

GREENBERG
Graham John

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

348  

JONES
Phoenix J

The Conservative Party

407  

MASON
Carl Martin

British Resistance

9

 

MITRA
Barbara Maria

Green Party 139  

Rainbow Hill Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

4038

1084 4

26.9%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

BISSET
Marjory Diane

Green Party

75  

CARNEY
David

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

197  

GREGSON
Adrian Stewart

Labour Party

572 ELECTED

LANKESTER
Francis David

The Conservative Party

236

 

St Clement Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

4228

1475 5

34.9%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

BOYES
Paul William

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

228  

GERAGHTY
Simon Eon

The Conservative Party

682 ELECTED

NIELSEN
Peter

Green Party

126  

POWELL
Jordan Donald
McMiven

Labour Party

434

 

St John Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

6040

1693 9

28.03%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

CAWTHORNE
Christine Mary

Labour Party

889 ELECTED

DAVIES
Mark Patrick

Trade Unionists
and Socialists
Against Cuts

25  

DEAMER
Irene Margaret

The Conservative Party

321  

DRAPER
Alan James

British Resistance

6

 

MENZIES
Rob

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)
251  

MORRIS
Richard George
Lloyd

Green Party 117  

WARNER
Adam

Liberal Democrat 65  

St Stephen Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

4206

1785 4

42.45%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

ISLAM
Saiful

Labour Party

151  

JORDAN
Nicholas James

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

164  

LAURENSON
Neil John

Green Party

901 ELECTED

MITCHELL
Jenna Louise

The Conservative Party

565

 

Warndon Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

3901

1049 4

26.89%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

CLEARY
Owen Tomas

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

299  

IWUNZE
Cajetan Chukwudi

The Conservative Party

130  

MORGAN
Alison Ann

Green Party

52  

WILLIAMS
Elaine Valerie

Labour Party

564

ELECTED

Election of a Police and Crime Commissioner

Mest Mercia Police Logo

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is responsible for holding the Chief Constable and police force to account on the public's behalf.

They oversee how crime is tackled in your area and aim to make sure the police are providing a good service. Further details about the PCC role can be found on the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners' website.

Election of a Police and Crime Commissioner results

John-Paul Campion has been elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for West Mercia. The final results, after taking second preference votes into consideration, are as follows:-

Candidate Party First
preferences
Second
preferences
Total
CAMPION
John-Paul
Conservative 64514 19105 83619
WALTON
Daniel
Labour 40870 14292 55162

 

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Elections: 2015 Elections & Electoral Notices

2015 Elections

Elections for an MP for Worcester, 11 Worcester City Councillors and the parish councils of St Peter's and Warndon will be held on 7 May 2015.

Election of a Member of Parliament: Worcester Constituency

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

71,717

49,860

137

68.81%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

GOAD
James Alexander

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

6,378

 

MCNALLY
Pete

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

153

 

SHUKER
Mark Wayne William

Independent

69

 

SMITH
Federica Roberta Diana

Liberal Democrat

1,677

 

SQUIRES
Joy

Labour Party 16,888  

STEPHEN
Louis Joseph Shay

Green Party 2,024  

WALKER
Robin Caspar

The Conservative Party

22,534

 

ELECTED

Election of a City Councillor

The Political Makeup of Worcester City Council

Party

Number of seats

Conservative Party

19

Labour Party

15

Green Party

1

Arboretum Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

4,441

3,096 13

68.34%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

AVERY
Susan Elizabeth

Green Party

640  

MENZIES
Robert

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

324  

PRYCE
Will

The Conservative Party

910  

SQUIRES
George Neville

Labour Party

1,209

ELECTED

Bedwardine Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

6,428 4,746 23

73.59%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

BARLOW
David

Green Party

254  

BAYLISS
Marc Leslie

The Conservative Party

2,197 ELECTED

CLEARY
Owen Tomas

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

746  

MCNALLY
Pete

Trade Unionist and
Socialist Coalition

52  

MIKE
Mullins

Liberal Democrat

261  

PRITCHARD
Gaynor Anne

Labour Party

1,190  

WHITWAM
Jennifer May

British National Party

23

 

Cathedral Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

7,598

4,973 40

63.93%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

DITTA
Allah

The Conservative Party

1,899 ELECTED

FINCH
Hazel May

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

537  

MOORHOUSE
Jane Alison

Green Party

652  

MORGAN
Andy

Trade Unionist and
Socialist Coalition

66  

NORTH
Andrew Robert

British National Party 19  

SCOTT
Adam Cedric Hudson

Labour Party 1,760  

Claines Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

6,532

5,010 9

76.17%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

ALLCOTT
Mel

Liberal Democrat

1,056  

BIGGS
Tracey Brenda

Labour Party

866

 

NEWMAN
Andrew Hamilton

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

558  

ROBINSON
Peter Andrew

Green Party

394  

STAFFORD
Andy

The Conservative Party

2,115 ELECTED

Nunnery Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

6,039

3,929 20

65.21%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

CRONIN
Simon Jeremy

Labour Party

1,627

ELECTED

MASON
Carl Martin

British National Party

40  

MITCHELL
Jenna

The Conservative Party

1,252  

MITRA
Barbara Maria

Green Party

253  

STREETS
Harold

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)
737  

St Clement Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

4,145

2,929 16

68.97%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

DELINGPOLE
Richard Guy

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

445  

MITCHELL
Christopher Stanley

The Conservative Party

1,338 ELECTED

NIELSEN
Peter Ernest

Green Party

261

 

POWELL
Jordan Donald McNiven

Labour Party

869  

St John Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

5,928

3,765 20

62.31%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

BISSET
Marjory Diane

Green Party

266  

DAVIES
Mark Patrick

Trade Unionists and
Socialists Against Cuts

49  

DEAMER
Irene Margaret

The Conservative Party

1,139  

DRAPER
Alan James

British National Party

16  

GOAD
James Alexander

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

592

 

UDALL
Richard Mark

Labour and
Co-operative Party

1,683 ELECTED

St Peter's Parish Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

4,489

3,344 9

73.97%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

DUNN
Barbara Mary Allison

Labour Party

731  

HICKLING
Paul Simon

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

368  

KNIGHT
Roger David

The Conservative Party

2,022

ELECTED

PORTER
Nicola Jane

Green Party

214  

St Stephen Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

4,130

2,904 29

69.98%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

CARNEY
David Paul

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

307  

HALVORSEN
Krister Tomas

Independent

54  

ISLAM
Saiful

Labour Party

376

 

JONES
Gareth Glyn

The Conservative Party

1,115 ELECTED

MURPHY
Neal

Green Party 1,023  

Warndon Parish North Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

4,126

2,952 16

71.44%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

BURNETT
Jacqueline Claire

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

430  

COOPER
Christopher Edward

Labour Party

689

 

FEENEY
Alan James

The Conservative Party

1,596 ELECTED

SNOOKES
Paul

Green Party

221  

Warndon Parish South Ward

Electorate

Votes Cast

Spoiled Papers

Turnout

4,376

3,071 16

69.48%

Candidate

Party

Votes

 

BOYES
Paul William

UK Independence Party
(UKIP)

401  

HALL
Rachel Kay

Labour Party

776  

HODGSON
Lucy Caroline

The Conservative Party

1,659 ELECTED

MORGAN
Alison Ann

Green Party

219

 

Election of a Parish Councillor (uncontested)

St Peter the Great County

The persons whose names appear below were duly elected Parish Councillors.
 

Candidate

CLAYTON
Pamela

JOHNSON
Michael

THORLBY
John Paul

WHEELER
Brenda Lilian

Warndon North

The persons whose names appear below were duly elected Parish Councillors.

Candidate

BARRALL
Valerie Ann

LONG
David Paul

MORRIS
Raymond John

Warndon South

The persons whose names appear below were duly elected Parish Councillors.

Candidate

FIELDEN
Nicholas James

MERRIMAN
Dawn

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Planning: How Do I Search for a Planning Application?

Searching for a Planning Application?

Background

Our Planning Search service currently offers access to all applications received by the City Council since 1947. It also allows customers to view submitted plans, decision notices and make comments on our undetermined applications. Some useful guidance on how best to use the search service including the facility for electronic measuring of drawings.

The search function is now the only way of viewing planning applications. If you need help viewing applications it is possible to use the public computers on the ground floor of The Hive with the support of Worcestershire Hub Staff.

The City Council has a full record of every planning application since 1947 called The Planning Register. We have two search methods to view all of our planning applications within our planning register.

The Planning Search Service allows interested parties to make representations on undetermined applications, please note that The City Council in accordance with the Data Protection Act will in most cases publish your comments on the Internet including your name and address whilst redacting personal information such as telephone numbers, email addresses and signatures. It is preferable if you comment on a planning application online and it is recommended that you review the advice on making comments before doing so.

If you experience any technical problems when using our webpages then please let us know by email at planning@worcester.gov.uk

Planning Application Search (including the weekly planning lists)

This service is provided subject to terms and conditions by continuing to use the planning application search service you are agreeing to these terms and conditions,

View current planning applications

Important information:  If you are searching an application reference which ends with 'A' i.e.. P16Q0009A then we wish to advise that these have changed to the following format 'letter100number' i.e. P16Q1009.

You can view the weekly lists of applications by simply completing the Received and Decided  date fields - please note that the above fields can remain blank 

Applications received between 1992 - Present Day

Historical Planning Application Search

This service is provided subject to terms and conditions by continuing to use the planning application search service you are agreeing to these terms and conditions,

View historical planning applications

View planning register index cards

Historic planning applications received between 1947 - 1992 (Historical search maybe less detailed)

Planning register index cards between 1947 - March 2016

Public Notices

Weekly Newspaper Advert

Published by Worcester City Council

Please note our webpages will be unavailable between 03:00 - 04:00 daily for routine system maintenance

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Road Closures for Approved Events

Road closures for approved events

Road Closed Road SignWorcester City Council may grant Temporary Road Closure Orders under the authority of Section 21 of The Town Police Clause Act 1847 for events across the city for a variety of reasons, such as Civil Events like the annual Remembrance Day Parade, larger organised events such as  The Annual Worcester Motor Show held each year on the High Street.

These temporary road closures may also be granted for smaller more private events, such as organised street parties or one off celebrations to mark a special event that is restricted to residents or a private event.

Each individual application will be considered on its own merits and Worcester City Council cannot guarantee that any particular application will be granted.

Applicants will be required to consider the impact on local traffic and provide a map detailing suggested diversion routes allowing traffic and pedestrians to pass without entering the streets included in the Road Closure.

If you wish to apply for a street party event please download and fill in the application form.

You can find more information about Temporary Road Closure Orders and Street Parties at www.streetparty.org.uk or www.thebiglunch.com

Worcester City Council does not charge for this service.

Approved road closures

Whereas during certain hours on certain days as described below various roads, all in the City of Worcester, will be thronged or liable to be obstructed and Worcester City Council, pursuant to the powers conferred by Section 21 of the Town Police Clauses Act 1847 and all other enabling powers in that behalf have ORDERED AND DIRECTED that, for the purpose of preventing obstruction in the said roads on the said days as specified in the said Order, all vehicular traffic, including pedal cycles shall be prohibited save that the said Order shall not apply to public authority emergency vehicles or police vehicles.

Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times and vehicular access to properties will be maintained where practicable for each event.

No person shall cause any vehicle to proceed along various roads in the City of Worcester on various dates as follows:-

OVO Energy Women's Tour Cycle Race

Worcester map

Wychavon District Council and Worcester City Council, supported by Worcestershire County Council are hosting Stage Four of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour on Saturday 16 June 2018. The event is the biggest women's cycle race in the world and it is the first time it is visiting the county. The start town is Evesham and the finish is in Worcester with the stage covering a lot of south east Worcestershire. 

Road closure for the finish area: Hylton Road will be closed from 04.45 and 17.30 (with Henwick Road to be used as a diversion route). The road closure is required for crowd management purposes and has been agreed by West Mercia Police, Worcestershire County Council and Worcester City Council. There are likely to be large crowds for the event. 

We will work very closely with the organisers to ensure that the road closure is lifted at the very earliest possible opportunity in order to minimise inconvenience for residents and businesses.

Rolling road closure for the route: Other roads around the city which are on the event route will typically be closed for about 30 minutes before the race comes through, and will re-open as soon as possible afterwards. The road closures on Hylton Road are longer to allow for the finish line, hospitality, podium, event village and spectator areas to be erected and disassembled.

The rolling road closures will operate from 13.15 to 14.45 on A4440, A44, London Road, Sidbury, College Street, Deansway, Worcester Bridge, New Road, Tybridge Street and Hylton Road.

To view the event route in detail please see www.roadworks.org (select the 'public events' tab on the left 'What’s on this map' box and enter 16 June on the date box on the right).

For further information on the Women’s Tour please see www.womenstour.co.uk/stages

Worcester Motor Show

For a period of one day on Saturday 23rd June 2018 to allow for the Worcester Motor Show. The road affected will be the High Street (from The Cross to The Lychgate).  It will be expected that the closure will be required from 09:00 hours to 17:00 hours.

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Council and Democracy - Nunnery Ward

Nunnery Ward

 

Name

Councillor Patricia Agar

Cllr Patricia Agar

Ward

Nunnery

Party

Labour

Address

291a Tolladine Road
Worcester
WR4 9BB

Telephone

01905 23689

Email

patagar2507@gmail.com

Committee Responsibilities

Further information

Register of Interest

Name

Councillor Simon Cronin

Cllr Simon Cronin

Ward

Nunnery

Party

Labour

Address

74 London Road
Worcester
WR5 2DY

Telephone

01905 350318

Email

simon.cronin@worcestercity.net

Committee Responsibilities

Further information

Register of Interest

Name

Councillor Tracey Biggs

Cllr Tracy Biggs

Ward

Nunnery

Party

Labour

Address

9 Fort Royal Hill
Worcester
WR5 1BT

Telephone

01905 864369

Email

biggs_tracey@sky.com

Committee Responsibilities

Further information

Register of Interest

 

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