Grange Park Parish Council

Serving the people of Grange Park

Clerk: Mrs Tracy Sampson
Grange Park Parish Office
Community Centre School Lane
Grange Park, Northampton
Northamptonshire NN4 5FZ

Tel: 01604 702938

The Health & Safety of staff and users is our priority. To minimise any contribution of a further spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Grange Park Parish Council office and facilities will be closed as from the 20th March 2020

The Parish Council will continue to operate

Parish Clerk, Telephone Number: 07971165349


Our website will be kept up to date during these unsettling times

This is the official website of Grange Park Parish Council, run by your local parish council with the aim of keeping you up-to-date on all things Grange Park.

Here you will find information about what is happening in our area, local facilities, historical information, and all the official matters such as council meeting details and minutes. We would also love to hear from you about what you would like to appear on this site - we want to make this "the" place to find out what's happening in your area.

If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Grange Park Parish Council response to Manor Oak appeal

Posted: Wed, 27 May 2020 15:17 by Pete Sansom

Last year Manor Oak Homes acting on behalf of the Wake Estate applied for planning permission to build 300 houses and a primary school on the field at the other side of Alamein woods on the Southern edge of Grange Park. More »

The Grange Park Parish Council objected strongly to the application. We argued that the building of 300 houses on this site would have a negative impact on the quality of the lives of Grange Park residents. The points we argued were that the new development would:

  • put a strain on the current amenities on Grange Park.
  • have an environmental impact: We would no longer enjoy the beauty of living on the edge of open countryside. We do not desire a paved walkway with lighting to be built through Alamein woods.
  • create traffic and transport issues: The country lane which joins Quinton with the A508 would become much busier and would no longer be safe to walk along.
  • Isolated the new residents: We also argued that the new estate would not be a pleasant place to live, it being in such an isolated position and stuck right next to the motorway.

South Northants District Council rejected the planning application as the proposed development was in a part of the county which did not have a need for these houses. The development was in such an isolated position that the residents would have to rely too heavily on the use of private cars. And that air and noise pollution would be too high.

The applicant, Manor Oak Homes, have lodged a planning appeal against the planning authority's decision. The appeal will be held by means of a public inquiry.

All members of the public are allowed to have their say in the inquiry. You can submit your opinion by letter, by e-mail or on-line. Your Parish Council urge you to do so as such an important decision should not be made without the voices of Grange Park residents being heard!

For further information on the proposed development: Application reference: S/2019/0856/MAO

If you wish to make comments, you can do so online at Appeal reference: APP/Z2830/W/20/3251622 » Less

Summer Fest 2020 deferred

Posted: Fri, 08 May 2020 18:06 by Pete Sansom

The Parish Council have agreed to defer the 2020 Summer Fest planned for later this year until the Government guidelines are clearer on when it will be safe to hold large gatherings and events.

Chairman's report 2020

Posted: Thu, 23 Apr 2020 18:12 by Pete Sansom

The Parish Council's Chairman's Report for 2020.