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PERTH & KINROSS COUNCIL
7 NOVEMBER 2019
Notice of Election Thursday 15 August 2019
Close of nominations and
submission of 50 word
statement to support
nomination By 4pm Thursday 26 September 2019
If there are less than 50%
of nominations for the whole
community council area
received by close of
nominations, the Returning
Officer shall extend the
period for receipt of
nominations by 10 days By 4pm Monday 7 October 2019
In the event of more
nominations than vacancies
being received publish
Statement of Persons
Nominated and Notice of Poll Friday 27 September 2019
Date of Election Thursday 7 November 2019
Counting of Votes Cast
(if more nominations than
vacancies) Friday 8 November 2019
NOTICE OF COMMUNITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS
7 NOVEMBER 2019
In accordance with the Scheme of Establishment for Community Councils, elections will take place on 7 November 2019 to elect members to community councils for a three year term.
Persons wishing to stand for election to their community council must be16 years of age, reside in the local area and be named on the electoral register for the area in which they are standing. A candidate’s proposer and seconder must also reside in the same local area and be named on the electoral register.
Completed nomination forms must be submitted to the Returning Officer at the address below by 4pm on Thursday 26 September 2019.
Only those persons whose names appear on the electoral register on 1 August 2019 will be eligible to stand and vote at these elections.
Nomination forms and copies of the Scheme of Establishment of CommunityCouncils can be downloaded from the Council’s website at www.pkc.gov.uk/communitycouncils or obtained from the Returning Officer at 2 High Street, Perth, PH1 5PH, Tel: 01738 475004 or
Returning Officer (Community Councils)
Dated: 15 August 2019
Perth and Kinross Council, 2 High Street, Perth, PH1 5PH
Ardoch Estate Footpaths
Response to enquiry re:closure of Ardoch Estate Footpath adjacent to Roman Fort Entrance.
From: Blackford Estates
Thank you for your note of enquiry.
I mentioned earlier that this brings me no pleasure and that is because I have always been keen to encourage safe access to the countryside, but I do repeatedly emphasis safe. I originally sat on various local committees in the borders where I come from, dealing with the original legislation regarding access, and so I continue where possible, but the continued negativity caused by this one small area sets the owners of the estate against other more proactive ideas. I did push hard, with others, to help get the deadlock at the cemetery sorted and it is tremendous to see what has now been done there. Likewise when the trees were planted beside Greenloaning the rides were set so that people could get as much access as possible when walking in there. And I am sure there are other possible suggestions that are worth looking at so if you wished, I am quite happy to meet with you and your members to look at access on going.