Section 106 Funding

Section 106 money is funding which has been provided by developers to mitigate some of the impact of new developments within Brixworth.


Brixworth has £242,050.67 to fund the following:

  • Outdoor recreation £108,904.83
  • Indoor recreation £67,882.53
  • Parks and public gardens £65,263.31

This money is held by the Daventry District Council but is subject to both the approval of the Parish Council and the District Council before any funds are released.

If you have a proposal and are an organisation that meets all of the criteria then you could be involved in the discussion. Applications are o be received no later than 28th February 2020. Applications will be considered by the Parish Council during March 2020. Those bids supported by the Parish Council will be submitted to Daventry District Council during April 2020.

To be eligible for S106 funding,  all submissions must – 

  1. Be affordable 
  2. Be an effective use of resources 
  3. Provide additional benefit to the community 
  4. Be accessible 
  5. Be realistic, achievable, and  ready to be considered and delivered within the required timescales.

Read more about s106 funding here.

Application Form

Guidance Notes




Brixworth Neighbourhood Plan Referendum Results

The Declaration of Result of Poll has been received from Daventry District Council.  The questions asked in the Referendum held on 1st December 2016 was:

Do you want Daventry District Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Brixworth to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?

To see the result of Poll please click on the link below:


Christmas has arrived in Brixworth

The Parish Council would like to thank everyone for their positive comments regarding the Christmas trees and lights that went up in the village yesterday. Following feedback from you last year, the Parish Council decided to try and do something for Christmas 2016. In March two Councillors, Sandra Moxon and Jackie Bird along with our Clerk Emma Baker, set about investigating what we could do. After six months of work that included talking to local businesses, handling insurance issues, making sure that all health and safety issues were covered, resourcing the right trees and lights, they took delivery of 25 Christmas trees, 25 tree holders and 25 sets of lights.

Over the last two days, with fantastic support from the Parish Council grounds man, Marc Sugden and local resident, Miles Tildesley, Sandra and Jackie had all the trees in place.

Yesterday evening, with a clear sky and a crisp chill in the air, the lights went on and Brixworth felt just a little warmer and definitely festive.

Thank you to all the local businesses and organisations that agreed to host the trees and to everyone who worked so hard to make it possible.

We hope you enjoy them.