Beckingham cum Saundby Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make Beckingham cum Saundby a better place to live, work and play. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.
Beckingham North Notts (population c. 2,400) lies within the Parish Council of Beckingham cum Saundby and is situated in the county of North Nottinghamshire and borders onto Lincolnshire to the East and South Yorkshire to the North.
Planning Enforcement Breaches - Any breaches of planning should not be delayed in notifying Bassetlaw Planning Dept as they are the approriate body to notify them to, please do not wait and bring them to Parish Council meetings, they should be reported directly to email@example.com or by phoning 01909 533533 ask for Planning Enforcement. You need to send the address or What3Words location to Bassetlaw Planning together with a description of what the planning enforcement matter is.
Civility & Respect - Zero Tolerance - The Parish Council is proud to support and follow the nationally recommended guidance from the National Association of Local Councils and the Society of Local Council Clerks in the promotion of civility and respect, bullying, harassment and intimidation will not be tolerated.
We treat everyone with courtesy and respect and ask for the same in return. We ask that you treat your councillors and council staff courteously without violence, abuse or harassment.
Councillors and council staff have the right to carry out their civic duties and work without fear of being attacked or abused. Any behaviour whether that be verbal, physical or in writing, which causes either councillors or council staff to feel uncomfortable, embarrassed, or threatened, is totally unacceptable.
The zero-tolerance policy includes abuse, aggression or threats made in person, over the telephone or in written communication, including on social media.
The council considers threatening behaviour to be:
- Attempted or actual aggressive, or physical actions made towards any councillor or member of staff.
- The use of aggressive, or abusive language, (including raising of the voice, swearing, shouting or in writing) which threatens or intimidates councillors or council staff.
This policy applies throughout all council meetings, but it also applies to any councillor or council staff away from council meetings."
FlyTipping - Please report all Fly-tipping direct to Bassetlaw District Council via the following link, who are responsible for it's clearance from the highways/verges - https://www.bassetlaw.gov.uk/recycling-and-waste/fly-tipping/
Damaged Street Nameplates - Please report damaged or missing street name plates to Bassetlaw Council on the following link https://www.bassetlaw.gov.uk/land-charges-and-street-naming/street-naming-and-numbering-explained/street-name-plates/
Highways Issues - Nottinghamshire County Council - My Notts App - Please report all highways issues direct to Notts County Council, potholes, faulty/damaged streetlights, Road/Pavement damage or obstructions, dead animals in the road or on the pavement, damaged road signs, bus shelters, road markings, ovegrown trees into the highway, overgrown hedges onto pavements, overgrown or obstructed public footpaths, damaged styles - https://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/transport/roads/street-lighting/report-a-streetlight-defect additionally you can download and report all these types of issues via the My Notts App - The MyNotts app has been developed to allow immediate access to the most popular Council services while on the move. Now, by having the MyNotts App available to download from the app store(s) on to both Android and iOS phones, it enables you to 'report it' 'pay for it' 'apply for it' and 'find it' on any smartphone and tablet.
County Council Highways Repairs Website: - NCC highways website was launched in 2023 https://www.nottshighways.co.uk/ The site allows residents to search across the county to find where resurfacing and patching schemes have taken place or are planned; just enter the area, postcode or street address to see works in any location. The site gives details of the various works and, in many cases, includes an image of the completed works. As a newly developed site, it covers improvements delivered since spring 2022 only; these include full resurfacing works, the ongoing programme of mechanised patching and other improvements such as microasphalt works. The site is also accessible through the MyNotts App, and is planned to be updated weekly.
Residents can continue to report highways issues for inspection and repair, by telephone to the NCC contact centre 0300 500 8080 or online at https://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/transport/roads/report-a-road-or-pavement-problem or by using the MyNotts app for mobile phones (download free). These three routes all create an immediate report for investigation by the highways teams. Members of the public should report all highways matters direct to the County Council this way, as soon as possible, not channel them in the first instance, via the parish council or wait and bring them up verbally at parish council meetings, all this does is delay matters, add extra levels of admin, when in many cases the item could have been sorted asap by the County Council.
Speedwatch - We have 4 volunteers for community speedwatch, if anyone else would like to join in, please contact Tony Hailstone for further details firstname.lastname@example.org Tony has booked the enrollment course with PCSO to commence 6.30 pm at the rec room on Tuesday 15th august 2023 for 1.5hrs. Anyone wishing to take part in speedwatch must sign up to the course.
- National Grid Consultation – North Humber to High Marnham Power Lines - National Grid Electricity Transmission is consulting on proposals for upgrading the electricity network between the North Humber and High Marnham. The existing power lines do not have sufficient capacity for all the new sources of electricity that National Grid expect to connect to the network over the next ten years and beyond. proposals include building approximately 90 kilometres (km) of new 400 kilovolt (kV) overhead electricity transmission line between two new substations – one to the north of Hull near Creyke Beck and one at High Marnham.
Between 1 June 2023 and 27 July 2023 National Grid are holding our first stage of public consultation on their early proposals. More »
New pylons and conductors (electrical wires) would be located along the route of the proposed new overhead line. National Grid are considering the use of traditional 400 kV lattice steel pylons, which are typically 50 metres in height, with approximately three pylons located per kilometre on a straight section of the route. The aim is for the proposed upgrade to be operational by 2031.
National Grid have already have carried out engineering and environmental assessments to identify an emerging preferred corridor, within which the new reinforcement could be located. They have also considered aspects such as residential properties, existing overhead lines and sensitive features from a biodiversity and ecology, historical
environment and heritage, and landscape and visual impact perspective.
National Grid want to hear directly from the public on their views, Feedback from this consultation, along with technical work and our ongoing environmental assessment, will help to shape their plans. National Grid will share updated proposals at a second stage of consultation planned for autumn 2024, where we will present more developed plans. Following this, they will finalise proposals and will report all feedback and on responses to your comments in a Consultation Report which will be submitted with National Grid's application for development consent. The consultation runs until 27th July. The public and Parish Councils alike are encouraged to send all their views and ask questions by contacting National Grid at:
Postal Address: send a letter to Freepost NH TO HM (no stamp or further address details are required)
Phone: You can also get in touch to speak with a member of their team by telephone on 0800 051 4430. Lines are open Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5:30pm.
If you feel your land may be affected by these proposals, National Grid's dedicated Land Team will be pleased to speak with you. You can contact the North Humber to High Marnham Land Team at Dalcour Maclaren by calling 01270 904929, writing to Unit 1, Staplehurst Farm, Weston on the Green, OX25 3QU, or by emailing
Posted: Thu, 20 Jul 2023 11:05 by Clerk to the Council
Police Neighbourhood Alert System
The Police wish to share this with as many residents as possible:
Rural communities are being encouraged to form a united front against crime – by signing up to a new local email alert system.
In response to local feedback, Nottinghamshire Police is adopting a bespoke rural Neighbourhood Alert email platform, which sends regular warnings about the latest offences and emerging criminal trends. More »
We are encouraging residents, farmers and other business owners to learn more about what is happening in their area by signing up for updates.
The software, already used by thousands of people in the county, provides hyper-local, street-level updates to residents about what is happening in their area.
I am asking as many people as possible to sign up as we will be using the system as our main method of sending updates.
Can I also urge residents to continue to immediately report all offences and suspicious activity by phone or on-line in order to build up a clearer local picture about current activities and trends.
For example, if you are a farmer who uses a quadbike for work and a similar devices has been stolen from another farm nearby, we'll issue a bespoke warning to you so you can safeguard your investment.
All you need to do is sign up to Neighbourhood Alerts using the link below and ensure you have selected "rural matters" in the dropdown menu for specific trend updates.
"If you are already registered, you can also select specific trend updates you want to see by clicking on the 'messages' option and selecting 'which type of messages'."
To sign up to Neighbourhood Alert and keep up to date on rural crime, visit: https://nottinghamshirealert.co.uk/#SignUp
If you require any help or advice regarding this let me know.
Rural Crime Specialist – PC 3467 Gareth Mitchell
Neighbourhood Policing - East Bassetlaw
Rural & Wildlife Crime Officer
Retford Police Station
Posted: Wed, 16 Feb 2022 18:52 by Clerk to the Council
The Police have now introduced an automated update and alerting system which will be used now instead of a manual report uploaded to the parish website.
If anybody would like to sign up for these alerts please go to the following website;
When asked "What type of message do you want to receive?" - please select "RURAL MATTERS"
This should then allow the police to communicate via the program and allow the police to update you on matters in the community. More »
Registered users of Neighbourhood Alert get the following:
- A totally free service - no incoming text or phone charges.
- Member area where they have total control of their message settings – they can choose to receive alerts via email, text message or voice message and why types of message they wish to receive e.g. burglary alerts and general crime prevention messages.
- They can unsubscribe at any time, there are no contracts or obligations.
- Members receive information about crime trends, incidents and appeals from authorised police officers and staff.
- They can report suspicious behaviour (not crime) and receive updates and responses about their information report.
- Members can find out how to start a Neighbourhood Watch scheme in their area.
PC James Pickersgill will monitor Neighbourhood Alert and start sending out updates shortly.
Many thanks for your anticipated support and understanding,
If anyone does not feel confident in signing themselves up to this service but would like to receive the updates then please ask that they get in touch with me and I can provide the support which would usually entail me visiting the house as I cannot complete this by telephone.
James » Less
Posted: Thu, 16 Dec 2021 17:43 by Clerk to the Council