This area of the website includes useful information and website links (in green font) for public sector partners, planning, schools, churches, police and leisure services.
Northumberland County Council
The landing page for the Northumberland County Council website, with services including bin collection date checker, report a pot hole, report a street light fault, report a missed bin, school term dates, planning search and find your county councillor.
This link takes you directly to the Northumberland County Council planning portal where you can search for planning applications by reference number, applicant, street name or postcode.
Darras Hall Estate Committee
The Estate Committee manages byelaws and covenants protecting the Darras Hall estate from inappropriate development and advises on planning guidelines.
Ponteland Neighbourhood Plan Group
Ponteland Neighbourhood Plan Group has been set up to work on behalf of the Town Council and the wider community to develop a comprehensive Neighbourhood Plan for Ponteland and its surrounding villages. Its principal aim is to encourage appropriate development that meets the needs and priorities of the community including housing, education, healthcare, employment, retail, leisure, transport, car parking, and infrastructure.
Northumbria Police – East Tynedale
News from and contact details for officers on the Northumbria Police local neighbourhood policing team.
Ponteland Memorial Hall
Ponteland Memorial Hall provides a range of facilities adaptable to suit a wide variety of functions, from small art classes to large receptions. The Memorial Hall site, also the location for Ponteland Bowling Club and Ponteland Lawn Tennis Club, has free parking facilities for over 100 vehicles.
Hexham MP Guy Opperman
Guy Opperman MP
House of Commons
1 Meal Market, Hexham, Northumberland NE46 1NF
Tel: 0207 2197113
Newcastle Airport guide
A guide to Newcastle Airport
Healthwatch Northumberland is the independent champion for people in Northumberland who use health and social care services. As a statutory function (there’s a Healthwatch in each council area of England), we listen to your experiences of GPs, hospitals, dentists, mental health services, care homes and home care – any care service you may have used – and influence change and improvements in these services. We also offer a signposting service where we can help find you a new dental practice or GP for example, help you make complaints, register a concern or give praise, and we can put you in touch with local support groups and services. Our website has a range of health advice and information, the latest on local health issues and lists local events and ways of getting your voice heard by care providers and commissioners. Visit our website: www.healthwatchnorthumberland.co.uk or call: 03332 408468.
Information is available at www.citizensadvice.org.uk