Epping Upland Parish Council is one of the oldest and original parish councils. The first Council meeting of the newly constituted Parish of Epping Upland was held on 16th April 1896 at the National School in Carters Lane Epping Green. Meetings have been held regularly ever since, although the National School building no longer exists. Council meetings are normally held in Epping Green Chapel at 7.30pm on the third Monday of the month, bi-monthly from May (subject to statutory or policy requirements).
We maintain and manage the Village Playground, Allotments, Millennium Garden, Parish Burial Ground, War Memorial and Village Green. Councillors comment on Planning Applications as well as considering and responding to consultations affecting residents of the Parish. Where appropriate Councillors or the Clerk represent the Parish at meetings and events; details are in the Minutes which can be accessed from the menu on the left.
If you have any ideas on how the Parish can be enhanced for residents, have any concerns or think the Parish Council can help you please contact the Clerk. Appointments can be made with councillors which generally take place before Council meetings but if the matter is urgent this can be arranged sooner. Councillors' contact details are in our Newsletter and in the Councillors section on this website, see menu on the left.
The Clerk is generally available on Mondays (2 - 4pm). At other times a message can be left or an email sent, as below and the Clerk will respond as soon as possible.
DRAFT EPPING FOREST DISTRICT'S LOCAL PLAN CONSULTATION - www.eppingforestdc.gov.uk/planningourfuture
Epping Upland Parish Council's Response can be viewed by clicking here