Welcome to Swanland Parish Council

Swanland Parish Council serves approximately 4000 inhabitants of the village of Swanland in East Yorkshire.

This website aims to allow the Council to communicate more effectively with residents and to provide ways to allow them to contact both the Parish Council and the East Riding of Yorkshire County Council. It will be kept fully updated with items of local concern including access to current planning applications and how you can make your views known. Parish Council News items are posted on the Council News web page. See also the Swanland Village Website  which contains a vast amount of local information

The Parish Council works closely with many local organisations including the Swanland Village Association (SVA).

Latest News

Gladman Public Enquiry

Published: 25 Jan 21

Public Enquiry starts 26.01.2021 Please see draft timetable. If you have not registered to attend please e mail leanne.palmer@planninginspectorate.gov.uk Read More...

Four Parish Council Vacancies

Published: 7 Jan 21

There are now four vacancies on the Parish Council. Bearing in mind that the Council only has nine councillors (when full) and that decisions can only be made when there are at least three councillors at the monthly meeting, it is coming dangerously close to being unable to function. If that were to happen, then potentially funding of aspects of village life would not continue. These include the playing fields, the pond, the village hall, the SVA (litter picking), Father Christmas at the pond, litter and grit bins, and some street lighting. If you would be interested in volunteering for this key (if unglamorous!) role in village life, please contact the Clerk (Michelle Hopton) or the chairman (Derek Shepherd) for more information." Read More...

153 Bus update

Published: 5 Jan 21

If any residents are impacted by these changes please read Read More...