Next Parish Council Meeting is on Tuesday 3rd March 2015 at 7.15pm
Next Parish Council Planning Meeting is on Tuesday 24th March 2015 at 7.15pm
SDC Planning Committee (East) – 11th February 2015
The decisions of the Committee on Welford applications were as follows:
14/02954/FUL – Rainbow Nurseries, Welford Hill, Long Marston Road – change of use of part of garden nursery to use as a residential gypsy site for 6 families – REFUSED
14/02745/FUL – Avondale, 25 Quineys Leys – replacement of bungalow with two storey dwelling – GRANTED
14/02817/FUL – Land adjacent to Daffodil Cottage, Keytes Lane off Church Street – construction of detached dwelling house - GRANTED
Parish Council Planning Update February 2015
Details can be found at Parish News Planning Feb15
Parish Council News – February 2015
January WPC Minutes have been published
The Willows appeal
We are disappointed to have to report that the appeal to build 15 houses at The Willows, Long Marston Road (and to demolish “Sunrays") was allowed by the Planning Inspectorate. This brings the total number of new houses for which permission has been granted to 102.
New road names
The Parish Council were asked by the developers to suggest a name for the new road of houses to be built at the rear of Fairlea on Barton Road. After discussion with the nearest neighbour, the name “Barton Meadow" was suggested and this has been agreed by the developer. We are advised that the name “Samantha Close" has been chosen by Cllr Barnes for the new development at the rear of Ashgrove, Long Marston Road.
Alcester Safer Neighbourhood Team, Warwickshire Police
We have been informed of a number of burglaries and vehicle thefts in Welford over recent weeks. Please do not leave items visible in cars and ensure in particular that outbuildings are secure. If you have any information on any recent incidents please contact the police by phoning 101.
In addition, please remember that ALL trades people calling at your house offering to do work there and then for cash is suspicious. Never pay for work in advance and always agree a reasonable price before work is started. Remember it is your property and hence your decision on whether to accept trades people on your land. Always get a receipt and record the person's name and vehicle details. If in doubt ring the Police on 101 to report them as bogus callers. Honest, accredited businesses will not mind you checking their credentials.
Please be aware that the online "Contact Us" form on the Parish Council Website is not working due to a technical problem that is being investigated.
The Methodist Church March edition of Keeping in Touch is now available to download.
The Parish Website will be migrated to new software early in 2015 to ease maintenance and provide more flexible access from more devices. The website content will initially remain the same although there may be some minor changes to navigation, look and feel.