Parish Council Meetings

Asby Parish Council Meetings

The Council holds meetings every two months in Great Asby Village Hall. When necessary, extra sessions may be held to discuss planning matters.  All meetings start at 8pm.

Below you will find agendas and minutes of the current year’s meetings.  These can be downloaded from this site (when published).  Only business contained on the agenda can be considered at the meeting.  Please forward any items for the agenda to the Clerk at least two weeks before the meeting.

Can I speak at a Meeting?

Residents are encouraged and welcome to attend all meetings.  The Chair will invite any questions, comments, or suggestions on any subject from the public attending.  However, these are not public meetings so there will generally be no further opportunity for members of the public to speak once this agenda item is closed.  Of course, residents don’t have to wait until a meeting to raise issues, and may contact any of the Councillors or the Clerk whenever they wish.

Parish Council Meetings 2018-19

Regular bi-monthly meeting dates are shown in bold.

Preliminary Dates for further 2019:  23 May, 18 July, 19 September, 21 November.

Annual Parish Meeting 2018 – 31 May 2018.

The principal speaker will Carl Lis OBE,  Chairman of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.

Parish Council Meetings 2017-18

Regular bi-monthly meeting dates are shown in bold.

Annual Parish Meeting 2017

The Annual Parish Meeting was held on on 11 May 2017.   The main topic for the evening was a presentation  given by Paul Wilkinson – Area Ranger, Western Dales of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.   Paul, who is based in the YDNP’s Orton office, described his role in the managemnet of public rights of way and open access land.  He also directs the work of the Park’s Access Ranger and Dales Volunteers.


Parish Council Meetings Archive

Please follow the links below to view the archive of parish council meeting papers for the relevant year.





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