Frequently asked Questions

Our Frequently Asked Questions page has been created to assist our Parishioners with any questions that they may have without waiting for the next Parish Council Meeting or sending an email. This list will grow organically, so it is worth visiting this page from time to time.
Can I use the "Fix My Street" Website to report a problem?

At this present time, no. Central Bedfordshire Council are not accepting any reports from other Websites.

To report any issues directly to CBC, please use the following link –

http://www.cb-report-it.co.uk/index.aspx

  • potholes
  • faulty street lights
  • dead animals
  • damaged pavements
  • faulty traffic lights
  • draining or flooding problems
  • overgrown trees and hedges
  • obstructions in the road
  • road sign or other street furniture
  • damage to bus stops and bus shelters

 

 

 

Last updated: 10.2.2020

How do I become a Parish Councillor?

We have provided the eligibility criteria in order to apply to become a Parish Councillor on this Website.

Please visit the following page on our Website – becoming a councillor.

Where are the Village Defibrillators located?

There are currently 3 defibrillators in Hockliffe. They are located at:

  • The White Hart – Harvester – Postcode LU7  9NB
  • Hockliffe Lower School – Postcode LU7 9LL
  • Hockliffe Business Park – Postcode LU7 3FF

The school defibrillator is owned by the school and is only accessible while the school is open. We wouldn’t want anyone going there when the school is closed.

This section was last updated on 13th July 2020.

Who do I report fly-tipping to?

This is dealt with by Central Bedfordshire Council (CBC) or Highways England if it is on the A5

If this is within the Central Bedfordshire Council (CBC) area, then you can report fly-tipping directly on 0300 300 8302, or email customer.services@centralbedfordshire.gov.uk.

You can also report the following roads and highways problems online by clicking on the following link-

http://www.cb-report-it.co.uk/index.aspx

  • potholes
  • faulty street lights
  • dead animals
  • damaged pavements
  • fly-tipping
  • faulty traffic lights
  • draining or flooding problems
  • overgrown trees and hedges
  • obstructions in the road
  • road sign or other street furniture
  • damage to bus stops and bus shelters

Last updated: 16.05.2020

Who is responsible for a street lamp that is not working?

This is dealt with by Central Bedfordshire Council (CBC) or Highways England if it is on the A5

You can report the following roads and highways problems online by clicking on the following link-

http://www.cb-report-it.co.uk/index.aspx

  • potholes
  • faulty street lights
  • dead animals
  • damaged pavements
  • faulty traffic lights
  • draining or flooding problems
  • overgrown trees and hedges
  • obstructions in the road
  • road sign or other street furniture
  • damage to bus stops and bus shelters
If you have a question that you cannot find the answer to, please complete our contact us form from the link at the bottom of this page and we will review this for you and update the FAQ page as appropriate.