Hook has been a civil parish, with its own Parish Council, since 1932. The council has twelve members, who each represent the whole village. The full council meets approximately once a month, with committee meetings more frequently. Members of the public are welcome to attend meetings, and may address the council under the “Ten Minute Rule” during meetings of the full council.
Many of the communications that the Parish Council receives relate to services provided by other authorities. This guide to WhoDoesWhat, sets out which authorities are responsible for various services such as Highways and Transport.
The following Parish Council information is currently available online:-
- Council Meetings
- Council Publications
- Council contact details
- News – archives of the Parish Council’s new items
- Cemetery – information about the cemetery, scale of fees, cemetery rules etc.
- Planning – information about the Parish Council’s role in the planning process
Contact details for the Council Office are here.
Parish Councillors have to make a Declaration of Interests in the same way as other elected representatives. The Declarations of Interests for Hook Parish Councillors are available online, linked from this page on Hart District Council’s website.