Welcome to the Beer Parish Council website
Beer is a small seaside village built around a natural cove, with a shingle beach nestling below the chalk cliffs. Many miles of the surrounding coast and countryside are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the village is part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, stretching all the way from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset.
This site aims to provide you with information about the work of the Parish Council and Beer generally. It will direct you to links to other websites for further information.
CASUAL VACANCY - There is a Casual Vacancy on the Parish Council. Co-option will take place on 6 November 2018 at the Parish Council meeting. For further information contact the Parish Clerk firstname.lastname@example.org
The BEER NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN was submitted to an Independent Examiner in June and a number of queries were raised. A copy of the Independent Examiner’s letter and the Parish Council’s response is available on the neighbourhood plan pages of the website. The Neighbourhood Plan was updated in line with the Independent Examiner's recommendations and the Plan went to EDDC Cabinet in September. The Plan was approved for referendum, which will take place 8 November 2018. For referendum documents, refer to the Neighbourhood Plan pages of the website.
BEER COASTAL COMMUNITY TEAM
was established in 2015 providing an opportunity for local businesses and community representatives to work in partnership to enhance Beer as a tourist destination and sustainable community.