Village Hall Car Park Renewal Project

Public Consultation Meeting – Wednesday 20th January 2016 at 7.30pm in the Village Hall

There will be a Public Consultation evening with an opportunity to view draft proposals and drawings. Landscape architect for the project, Charlie Clews, will be available to answers questions.

The Parish Council are seeking feedback and comments from residents to guide the project in order to finalise plans.

There will be a further opportunity for consultation on Saturday 23rd January between 10am and 12 noon in the Pavilion.

This is large project which will provide a high quality facility for many years to come. However, this will have a long-term impact on the amount of precept required for Leafield Parish, so please come and have your say so we can progress plans, as approved by Leafield residents.

2014  Updates:

We are looking for volunteers to help set up a fundraising committee for this project, and to assist in organising a variety of events to raise valuable funds. The more people that can get involved in this project the better, so that by working together we can help improve the community facilities available to all in Leafield.  If you can help, please get in touch:

Previous updates relating to this story:

Leafield Parish Council have publicised an urgent appeal relating to this project – we need your help!

Leafield Village Hall Car Park needs urgent work to bring it up to a standard which matches the excellent community facilities. This work is urgent and to fund this the Parish Council are considering borrowing, if necessary, the money needed (estimated to be £50 – 70k) from the government on a long term basis. This could add up to 21% to the council tax for the next 15 years. To minimise the impact on residents we are looking for external funds and this is where you could really make a difference by supporting this vital community project.

Please read more in this article: Leafield Village Hall Car Park Appeal Poster

Initial discussions were held regarding the project at the Parish Council Meeting on Monday 19th May.  Please view the minutes here:

LPC Meeting 19 May 2014 MINUTES