Say No To Dennybrook!
Staploe Parish Council are campaigning to say no to Dennybrook – a large new town of up to 10,800 homes which is proposed to surround Honeydon and span from Colmworth to Wyboston and the Bushmead Road to Chawston. For further information see our Dennybrook page.
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Staploe Parish is made up of three hamlets Staploe, Duloe and Honeydon and also contains the smaller settlements of Upper Staploe, Begwary, Bassmead (sometimes also spelled Basmead) and Bushmead. The parish falls within Bedford Borough authority. The hamlets are in Bedfordshire but on the border with Cambridgeshire close to St. Neots.
The Parish Council manage Duloe Playing Field which is held in trust, manage the highways verge grass cutting within the parish and maintain the street lights. We are the principal point of contact for consultations with Bedford Borough on all local government matters including planning policy. We are statutory consultees on planning applications in the parish but we do not determine the outcome – this is decided by Bedford Borough Council. Duloe Village Hall is managed by the Village Hall Committee and is currently closed for safety reasons.
Staploe is the largest of the three hamlets followed by Duloe and Honeydon is the smallest.
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