Mr Ken Dennis Email: email@example.com Tel: 01524 596061
Mr Mark Atkinson Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01524 596060
Mrs Rachel Whittle Email: email@example.com Tel: 01524 596063
Health & Safety Practitioner:
Mrs Lesley Routh Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01524 596064
The Property Committee (A sub-Committee of the Trustees)
Canon Peter Hart (Chair), Canon Robert Dewhurst, Mr Paul Lovell, Mr Roger Carradice, Mr Kevin Hilton,
Mr Ken Dennis, Deacon George Bissett, Mrs Lesley Routh (H&S), Mr Mark Atkinson (Minute Secretary)
Parish Property Management Guide
Policy for new halls
Application form buying, selling or leasing
Application form purchase equipment over £8,000
Application form for repairs or improvements
Application form school alterations change of use, sell or lease
Hall hire document
Template Licence for use of Parish Hall
Template Licence for use of Parish Church
Template Car Parking Licence
Tenancy at will for use of Parish Church or Parish Hall
Historic Churches Committee
(Applicable to Listed Buildings and Buildings in a Conservation Area)
Under the ecclesiastical exemption provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act, listed churches are exempt from the requirement to obtain Listed Building Consent from their Local Authority for works of repair and refurbishment, providing they obtain approval from the Historic Churches Committee.
One Committee serves the four Dioceses of Lancaster, Liverpool, Salford and Shrewsbury and operates from:
The Secretary is Peter O’Brien who can also be contacted on 0151 652 9855 if advice is needed on whether works do or do not require an application to the Committee.
Canon Harry Doyle is our diocesan representative. The Committee meets quarterly in January, April, July and October, and because of the consultation arrangements laid down in the regulations, applications need to be with the Secretary at least five weeks before a meeting. Separate arrangements exist for emergency repairs, and you should contact the Secretary for advice when this is necessary.
This is a statutory body, and we are under an obligation to adhere to the rules. Failure to do this will mean that we will lose all right to ecclesiastical exemption, and we will then be forced to make a full application to the Local Authority before any works can be undertaken.