Iver Parish Council
The Parish Council is the body that represents local opinions. It is consulted on all planning proposals, all licensing applications and has regular requests for opinions on a variety of matters such as footpaths, road safety, library services, ancient monuments and trees. In addition it is responsible for two recreation grounds, a nature reserve, two children’s playgrounds, a closed churchyard, burial ground, local street lighting and allotments. It also gives grants to a number of local organisations and provides Christmas lights and summer floral displays. It also produces this guide every year to two years.
Iver Parish Council responsibilities
Problems with local street lights (Parish lights marked with PC and a number). To report a fault, please contact the Parish Council offices with the PC number (located on the lamppost), the nature of the fault and the address of the residence that the street light is outside of. #
Other services provided are: allotments, recreation grounds, playgrounds, nature reserve matters, burial ground admin, green spaces, seats and notice boards.
The Office is open to the public Monday – Thursday 9.30am – 5.00pm and Friday 9.30am – 4.30pm.
If you need to see a particular member of staff, please call the office and check their availability with the reception desk or make an appointment.