Chaddesley Corbett is a large Parish of some 6,000 acres (2.428 hectares) set within the heart of the Worcestershire Countryside, and sits about 80m above sea level. The parish of Chaddesley Corbett with its unspoilt surroundings, attractive buildings and long history, provides enjoyment for residents and visitors alike. The current population is in excess of 1600 and the Parish incorporates the hamlets of, Bellington, Bluntington, Brockencote, Cakebole, Hillpool, Drayton, Harvington, Lower Chaddesley, Mustow Green (East), Tanwood, Winterfold and Woodrow.
The Parish Council consists of 11 Councillors. The Council meets on the first Monday in each Calender month to discuss matters of interest to the local residents. Details of the Agenda and Minutes of the meetings can be found on this site along with general information about the work of the Parish Council.
The Parish Council has allotments, a burial ground and a community orchard. Some duties have been delegated from the County Council to include Lengthsman Scheme, waste bins and urban grass cutting. Full details are available under Community Services.
The Parish Council is a statutory consultee on planning applications and these are considered at the beginning of each Parish Council meeting so that members of the public may attend, and if necessary, address the Council for up to 3 minutes prior to the start of the meeting.