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Latest News

West Northamptonshire Council Draft Budget 2021-22 Consultation

The first draft budget for West Northamptonshire Council was approved for consultation by the Shadow Executive on 5 January 2021 and now they are seeking views on the proposals for when the council comes into existence in April 2021.

The consultation closes on 2nd February 2021 and further details can be found here:

West Northamptonshire Council Draft Budget 2021-22 Consultation - Future Northamptonshire - Citizen Space More »

Email address: futurenorthants@northamptonshire.gov.uk

Telephone: 0300 126 1000

Postal address:

  • Budget Consultation Response
  • West Northamptonshire Shadow Authority
  • Consultation & Engagement Team
  • One Angel Square
  • 4 Angel Street
  • Northampton
  • NN1 1ED
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Posted: Thu, 21 Jan 2021 15:19 by Emma Gibson

Have your say in Crick Parish Housing Survey

Past and present residents of the Parish of Crick are being asked to take part in a survey about their housing circumstances and needs.

Crick Parish Housing Needs Survey is being carried out by Daventry District Council, to identify current and future need and help to work toward meeting that need.

Letters inviting residents to fill out the survey have been sent out to all households in the Crick Parish. Each letter contains a reference code, unique to that household, which must be entered in order to start the survey. More »

Former residents of Crick, any households that have more than one occupier with a housing need or anyone who has misplaced their letter can contact DDC for a reference number by emailing customercare.ddc@daventrydc.gov.ukor phoning 01327 871100.

People have until 4pm on 8 February 2021 to complete the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CrickHNS

Those without access to the internet can request a paper copy by phoning DDC on 01327 871100 or by getting in touch with Crick Parish Council. » Less

Posted: Thu, 14 Jan 2021 12:23 by Emma Gibson

Big Switch Daventry District

Big Switch Daventry District is a joint effort between Daventry District Council and iChoosr to use collective purchasing power to secure better energy deals for residents.

Everyone who registers for the Big Switch is entered into a national collective, with energy companies invited to bid for their custom in an auction.

Because the auction is an opportunity for energy companies to secure thousands of customers in one go, the deals they offer in a bid to win that auction are often better than those advertised to the general public. More »

The sign-up process is quick and easy, with just an annual bill or indication of annual energy usage required.

Only companies offering tariffs with 100% renewable electricity are able to enter the auction, so switching is also kinder to the environment.

Register for the Big Switch here

How it works

Step One: Register

Anyone who pays a household energy bill can register for FREE for the scheme. It's easy to do, but you will need a copy of a recent energy bill or annual statement to complete the process.

Step Two: Sit back and relax

Once registration closes, the Council's switching partner iChoosr will gather everyone's registrations together and invite energy companies to offer their best tariffs in a reverse auction.

Step Three: make your decision

Following the auction, you will receive a personal offer based on the new tariff secured by the scheme. This will use the information you gave when registering to tell you how much you could save by switching.

There is no obligation to accept the offer and no fees or charges for the switching service, whether you choose to change providers or not.

If you decide to switch, simply follow the instructions on your offer letter and the rest is done for you, save for any meter readings you may be asked to supply.

Big Switch auctions - key dates

Autumn auction

The acceptance period for the autumn auction offers has now closed.

Winter auction

Registration opens - 1 December 2020

Registration closes - 8 February 2021

Auction - 9 February 2021 (registration then reopens the day after the auction)

Offers - from 22 February 2021

Closure - If you called us to register and receive a postal offer you will have until 16 March 2021 to return your acceptance form by post. If you registered by email you will have until 23 March 2021 to accept your online offer.

For more information, including answers to some frequently asked questions, visit the iChoosr website

Alternatively you can phone us on 01327 871100. » Less

Posted: Thu, 07 Jan 2021 16:49 by Emma Gibson