Our Parish Council purchased the old St Paul's Catholic Hall and adjoining land in July 2011 to prevent the loss of a community facility in the parish.
Following extensive consultation, the parish council gained planning permission for a new community centre with a large hall, medium size hall and a meeting room.
All consultations showed a keen interest for improvements to facilities for the parish.
Herne & Broomfield Parish Council was formed in May 1996 and gained Quality Council status from 2006 until 2016, when it decided not to enter again due to rising costs with little benefit.
Our Parish Council website: www.herneandbroomfieldpc.kentparishcouncils.gov.uk
Our parish council is on the verge of appointing a contractor to build our new community centre in Herne.
7 Tenders received
Herne & Broomfield Parish Council invited suitable building contractors to tender for the construction of the new Herne community centre. The tender period was from 21st November 2016 until noon 16th December.
7 tenders were received and have been checked by our Quantity Surveyors to make sure that they are compliant and like for like.
The council is due to decide which contractor will be chosen on 16 February 2017.
Our Hall is very busy.
Currently we only have a few weekday daytime...
A consultation was carried out to ask residents if they supported an increase in the precept of...