Please note, due to the pandemic our office is open from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm (Monday - Friday) only. During this period you are able to pick up items from the lobby, as follows:
If you are unable to visit the office please ring 01767 313134 and leave a message.
- large brown bins
- small brown bins
- food waste bags
- orange recycling bags
- green gardening bags
Biggleswade Town Council
Fees - 2020/2021
For access please click: Fees
Town Clerk and Responsible Financial Officer:
Closing Date: 5:00 pm, Monday 15th June 2020
Interviews: w/c 22nd June 2020
For further information, please click: Vacancy
Tidy Tip, Biggleswade Update
Now open - bookings only
Central Bedfordshire Council have put all the information about booking on the Tidy Tip webpages www.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/tidytips). On Thursday they released the first week’s slots, and from today they will be releasing a day at a time for the following week i.e. Today release next Monday’s, tomorrow release next Tuesday’s etc.
CBC will review this process and update, as required.
Monday, 11th May 2020
Council/Committee Meetings UpdateDue to the Covid-19 pandemic, we need to inform you that only Council meetings will take place until further notice. Please click: Council Meetings
Please Click: Citizen Advice: Update April 2020
Statement from Biggleswade Town Council on Coronavirus
Biggleswade Town Council understands the difficulties that this pandemic has brought to all of us.
We wish to inform you that the council staff will be working remotely as far as is practical from home, but a small team will be present within our offices to deal with essential business that cannot be carried out remotely.
The Council Offices are closed to the public but we can be contacted by email at email@example.com or by telephone on 01767 313134. Due to our workload and limited team size, we kindly ask you to refrain from calling unless absolutely necessary but to please email and we will reply as soon as possible.
In these unprecedented times Biggleswade Town Council is working on a response to both the national and local effort to combat the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
While we strongly urge that all residents and businesses take heed of Government advice on social distancing and self-isolation, we wish to make you aware of the following actions by Biggleswade Town Council:
1) The Town Council will continue to deal with essential activities, to include in
particular cemetery and funeral management
2) Town Council managed open spaces will remain open for the public to exercise in
line with Government advice but, unfortunately, the various enclosed play areas
cannot be used until restrictions are lifted.
3) The Tuesday and Saturday markets will be suspended for all but the traders who
are covered by the Government’s list of exceptions. However, individual
may decide not to trade. Measures will be in place to ensure appropriate social
4) The public toilets in Century House will be closed until further notice.
5) Parking permits for residents and those who need to come into work are to be
extended beyond the expiry date until restrictions have been lifted. Permit holders
need take no action at this present time.
6) Allotment holders may still access their plots but must observe social distancing
7) The Orchard Centre is closed to the public and hirers until Government restrictions
are lifted. We propose a moratorium on all contracts with regular hirers, to be
reviewed when the Centre can re-open.
If you have any further questions, please email us at:
Most of all we urge all to keep safe and to observe the restrictions that have been put in place to protect the public from the virus.
Biggleswade Town Council
Please find a link to view the UK government response to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Update on parking in BTC-operated car parks only. Please click here: Notification
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BIGGLESWADE TOWN COUNCIL
Biggleswade Town Council is the Local Council serving the town of Biggleswade in Bedfordshire.
Biggleswade Town Council is responsible for several aspects of the town, including markets, cemeteries and many of the town's parks and recreation grounds. Biggleswade Town Council also provides allotments for residents and issues annual community grants to worthwhile causes. For further information on each of these services please follow the appropriate links on our website.
Please follow this link for Services and Responsibilities.
Biggleswade Town Council holds two full Council meetings on the 2nd and last Tuesday every month at 7:00 pm, as well as several Committee meetings throughout the year. For further information regarding meeting dates, agendas and minutes, as well as information about your local Councillors, please follow this link: COUNCIL.
The Unitary Authority for Biggleswade is Central Bedfordshire Council. Central Bedfordshire Council is responsible for services such as: waste services; street lighting; highways; and planning applications. For further information on each of these services (and more) please follow the appropriate links on our website or click here: Central Bedfordshire Council.
Biggleswade Town Council are looking to the future in a positive manner and are eagerly anticipating the challenges to be faced when providing a comprehensive and equitable service to the residents of the town. We have now taken over The Orchard Community Centre, Kings Reach. For further information please click: The Orchard.
Biggleswade Town Council: Internal Audit 2018/2019 Completion