About The Parish
Fairfields Parish Council represents the area of Fairfields within the Western Expansion Area of Milton Keynes. Once complete Fairfields will be made up of 2200 dwellings.
Parish Councils are the first tier of local government and are statutory bodies. They work towards improving community well-being and providing better services. Their activities fall into three main categories: representing the local community; delivering services to meet local needs; striving to improve quality of life and community well-being.
Through an extensive range of discretionary powers local councils provide and maintain a variety of important and visible local services including allotments, bridleways, commons and open spaces, community safety and crime prevention, community events, leisure and sports facilities, dog waste bins, litter, planning, street cleaning, lighting, youth projects.
Fairfields Parish Council is a voice for the local community and works on their behalf for the the greater good of everyone.
This website will allow you to see what events are planned in the local area, get updates on what is happening in the development and allow you to get involved in helping to shape your community.
The Parish Council liaise with Milton Keynes Council, neighbouring Parishes, Thames Valley Police, Barratts, Management Companies and other agencies to ensure that services are provided for residents.
Councillors are elected every four years (next election being May 2019) All Councillors live in the community. The position is purely voluntary and attracts no payment.
The Parish Council is consulted on a range of planning and highway proposals that affect the parish.
The Parish Council raises money through a local tax (precept) for projects that benefit its residents.
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