BLACKBIRD LEYS PARISH COUNCIL
Blackbird Leys Parish Council is made up of two wards, Blackbird and Greater Leys.
The parish was formed in 1990.
The parish council's role is to represent the interests of the whole parish and elects councillors to fulfill this.
To be a councillor you must live in or within a 3-mile radius, and we currently have vacancies.
We have an annual grants scheme and can award money up to £2,500 to local groups to enhance life in the parish.
We have a planning committee that meets on the second Monday of the month to review planning applications and make recommendations to the Oxford City Council Planning Department.
The full parish council also meets monthly and meetings are held on the last Tuesday of every month.
If you require more information please contact the Parish Clerk.
Meet the Parish Council members or check for member vacancies.
Council meetings, agendas, and minutes documentation records.
Annual accounts, income and expenditure, budget, and assets.
The Parish Council has engaged an independent consultant regarding the regeneration planning application. We have submitted a formal response along with 26 questions to Peabody regarding the finer detail.
The parish council and partners held the Leys Fete on Monday 1st May. This event was a huge success with over 1000 attendees. We are planning more events, please subscribe to our Facebook to keep up to date.
Please join us at our ‘Annual Meeting of the Electors’, where our chairmen and councillors will showcase the parish council’s achievements for the last financial year. The meeting will be held at the BBL. community Centre on Tuesday 30th May at 6 pm.