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Enderby Parish Council

Serving the people of Enderby

Enderby Civic Centre

Clerk: Suzanne Hansford
Civic Centre, King Street
Enderby, Leicester LE19 4NT

Welcome to our new website

Enderby Parish Council's website has been updated to give it a fresh appearance and a number of new features. At the same time the opportunity has been taken to audit how the website delivers information about the Parish Council. The basics are in place and the Council is now embarking on a rolling programme to expand the content and provide more information about the Council's work and its involvement in the local community. The Council apologises for any temporary loss of website functionality during this process and thanks viewers for their patience whilst these improvements are implemented.

Enderby Parish Council provides some local services for its parishioners and the Council is the first tier of local government. The Council endeavours to make Enderby a better place to live, work and visit. On this website you will find information about how the Council conducts its business and what it does. Use the keyword search box or browse the site to find items of interest. If you are unable to find what you are searching for or would like to recommend any improvements to this website please contact us.

Latest News

Major work to construct new access on Leicester Lane

Major work to construct new access on Leicester Lane

Major work to improve the B4114/Leicester Lane junction and construct a new access junction on Leicester Lane is set to begin on 19th September 2016.

Advance works to set up a compound off Leicester Lane have already started.

The first phase of these works, which will last approximately 12 weeks, will see lane closures on the B4114 and the closure of the left turn from the B4114 (city bound) in to Leicester Lane. More »

Traffic will be diverted via Everards roundabout to B4114 south to make the right turn into Leicester Lane.

The works are expected to finish Spring 2017.

Any queries about this work, please contact Leicestershire County Council on 0116 305001. » Less

Wed, 14 Sep 2016 22:08 by Roger Geisler

Community Safety Partnership focuses on inconsiderate parking

Community Safety Partnership focuses on inconsiderate parking

Residents in Enderby and elsewhere in the District of Blaby are being urged to ensure their parked cars do not cause disruption for other people.

Blaby District Council's Community Safety Partnership is in the middle of a campaign to make people aware of the issues caused by inconsiderate parking after residents raised concerns.

Issues include double parking, blocking people's drives and preventing pedestrians walking on the pavement. More »

In particular, inconsiderate parking can cause serious problems for emergency services vehicles, especially fire engines.

While the majority of complaints are for parking that is inconsiderate rather than illegal, it is an offence to obstruct emergency vehicles. Emergency services are legally permitted to forcibly remove vehicles causing an obstruction based on the seriousness of the incident they are attending.

Blaby District Council and its partners are asking people to ensure:

  • You leave enough space for a fire engine or an ambulance to pass
  • You leave extra room near tight corners
  • You avoid parking by a dropped kerb
  • Do not park over a yellow zigzag or "keep clear" zone

Leicestershire Police deal with cars blocking the pavement. They can be reported via 0116 222 2222. Any illegal 'on-road' parking within the county is dealt with by Leicestershire County Council.

More information can be found on the partnership's Facebook page via www.facebook.com/blabycsp.

[Source: Blaby District Council Communications] » Less

Thu, 01 Sep 2016 00:35 by Roger Geisler

Interested in volunteering?

Interested in volunteering?

Find out more about volunteer opportunities at Enderby Community Library!

Members of Enderby Community Library's Management team will be happy to provide you with details of the opportunities available.

Why not come along and see how we can help you to become more involved in the Community.

Thu, 01 Sep 2016 00:29 by Roger Geisler