Codicote Parish Council
Codicote Parish Council

Welcome to Codicote Parish Council

This website has been set up to provide you with information on the work of the Parish Council. The Council exists to serve you and our team of elected Councillors and Clerk have a reputation for accessibility. We administer a variety of services that make Codicote a forward looking place to live and work. If you have any questions why not make us your first port of call.


As required by law and in accordance with the Localism Act, a copy of the Disclosable Pecuniary Interests (DPI) of the Parish Councillors is available on the North Herts District Council website.

Full Council meet on the last Tuesday of each month except in August and December at 7:30pm and are held at the Peace Memorial Hall, High Street, Codicote. The following Committees with their Chairmen support the Parish Council
  • Planning: Cllr Bryan Hillan
  • Environment & Vice-Chairman: Cllr James Howe
  • Recreation: Cllr Rob Shergold
  • Policy & Resources: Cllr Caroline Tinner
  • Chairman of the Council: Cllr Caroline Tinner

The agenda is displayed three clear days before the meeting. It can be necessary to hold special meetings of the Council and, again, these are advertised as above.


Members of the public are welcomed at the meetings and a Public Forum is held at the beginning of each meeting, when those present are invited to speak on matters important to them. The Publc Forum is limited to 15 minutes.


The MP for Stevenage is Stephen McPartland, for more information go to or contact him as follows:-


County Councillor for Codicote is:-  

Richard Thake. Email:-

District Councillors for Codicote are:-

Ian Moody. Email:-

Lisa Nash. Email:-

Steve Deakin-Davies. Email:-


Covid-19 Pandemic

The Council is doing what it can to assist residents at this difficult time. The latest government advice can be found at: coronavirus-covid-19-information


Covid-19 Test and trace explained:

The new national NHS 'Test and Trace' programme has been launced and is now in operation in Hertfordshire. This means that if you have a test which shows that you have coronavirus, you will be contacted by someone from the NHS Test and Trace team. You will be told that you must self-isolate for 14 days and will be asked to supply the details of anyone you have been in close contact with, from the two days before your systems started. Those people will then also be contacted by the NHS Test and Trace team and told that they need to self-isolate for 14 days.

If you receive a positive test result, or if you have been in close contact with someone who tests positive, it is very important for your own health and the health of those around you that you self-isolate. This applies even if you feel well and don't have any symtoms. You could still be a carrier of the virus and the people you meet could get the virus from you and be seriously affected.

Anyone in Hertfordshire with suspected coronavirus symtoms can book either a mail-order or drive-through test if they need one. for those who can't go online to to book a test, or for anyone who needs additional help, a new telephone call centre is available - ring 119 between 7am and 11pm or 18001




Codicote Parish Council
107A High Street  





Tel: 01438 821770

Mobile: 07828 033006



You can also contact us using our online contact form.

Office hours

Our offices are currently closed and the Clerk is now working from home and can be contacted on 07828033006


Our normal office  opening times are:


Tuesday's 14:00 - 16:00

 Thursday's 14:00 - 16:00



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