Parish Council for the village of Fyfield in Essex



NEW** Parish Council Annual Report

To coincide with the Annual Assembly, the Parish Council has published an Annual Report focusing both on the achievements and activities of the last year together with an assemment of the priorities for the year ahead. You can view the Report by clicking here;





Parish Council Vacancy


We have a vacancy for a new Parish Councillor to make up our team of 7. Dealing with a wide range of matters the Parish Council owns and manages a number of local facilities such as the Sports Field adjacent to the Village Hall and the Burial Ground at St Nicholas Church. We  look at all local planning applications and provide and support a range of community activities including the popular Fyfield Cinema Club and the regular "Cofee with Cops" events.


The Parish Council generally meets every month on the first Monday. These meetings are held at the Village Hall usually starting at 7:30pm. The role of Councillor is voluntary and we hope to fill this vacancy for the year ahead until the next elections scheduled in May 2020.


If you want to know more about the work or the Parish Council and the role of a Parish Councillor, please do contact our Parish Clerk, Derek Farr on tel. no. 01245 249328 or by email on


A copy of the formal notice of the vacancy is  available here;



Development Proposals for the Gypsy Mead Site


Planning application  EPF/0016/19 for a housing development on the Gypsy Mead site were submitted and considered at the Parish Council meeting on 4th March 2019.

On balance the Parish Council decided to object to the application due to concerns that the proposed development did not adequately address local housing needs and sought high density housing that was inappropriate for the site.

In addition, concerns over the potential impact of the development on existing drainage facilities in Fyfield was raised.

The matter is now with the Planning Authority (Epping Forest District Council) and we anticipate that the application will be considered most likely at either a meeting of the local Area Plans Committee or perhaps the Development Committee.


Furrther news will be reported here. 



























Contact Information

60 St Michaels Drive

0778 350 5906