Biggleswade is a thriving market town situated within the Central Bedfordshire area. The town offers a direct train line to London as well as a variety of independent shops and high street chains.

Biggleswade Town Council (BTC) serves a population of 22,500 with a 40% increase in population anticipated over the next few years.

In addition to a wide range of facilities managed by the Council,  the Biggleswade Neighbourhood Plan passed a referendum on 6th October 2022. 

To view the Biggleswade Neighbourhood Plan Document, please click here.

The Biggleswade Neighbourhood Plan was formally adopted by Central Bedfordshire Council on the 17th October 2022. Central Bedfordshire Council’s decision statement can be read here.

BTC offer a variety of benefits in order to reward the hard work of its employees.

Generous Local Government Pension

The Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) is a generous pension package that is offered to all new members of staff within BTC.

Generous annual leave

Staff receive 23 days annual leave plus bank holidays when joining the Council. This increases by one additional day of annual leave per year of service until an employee reaches 28 days of annual leave.

Continuous professional and career development

The Council are keen to support employees’ professional development through a range of professional qualifications and other work experience opportunities.

Commitment to flexible working

BTC are committed to ensuring that employees have a healthy work-life balance. Therefore, the Council support employees working from home wherever the needs of the service allow.


The Council offers an Employee Assistance Programme which includes access to a free and confidential counselling service.

Biggleswade Town Council currently has one vacancy for a Facilities Co-ordinator.

Facilities Co-ordinator
Salary SCP 7-12 (£12.63 – £13.73 per hour)
Job Description and Person Specification – Facilities Co-ordinator
20 hours per week, flexible hours including weekend and evening work
6 month contract, potential to become a permanent position
There is no deadline for this position, the Council are looking to fill this position as soon as possible.
To apply, please email your CV through to or call 01767 313134.

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