Highlights of 2nd December monthly meeting were as follows.
The application for a neighbourhood plan has been filed.
A register of the many assets owned by the parish council is being compiled, from the playing field to village greens and war memorials.
Points arising from a playground Playsafety Report are in hand.
Councillors unanimously voted for a 2% increase for the 2014/15 precept.
Constituency boundaries for district councillors are being re-drawn resulting in fewer councillors.
Enforcement officer to be asked to check development around the livery on the Straight Mile.
Resurfacing material on Tysoe to Shipston road is not satisfactory.
Minutes on the Tysoe Parish Council noticeboard.
At the Planning Committee meeting on 8th January Stratford District Councillors unanimously rejected an outline planning application by Gladman Developments for up to 80 dwellings on the Oxhill Road.
This followed weeks of hard work and carefully planned presentations of objection by Tysoe Parish Council led by Chairman Mark Sewell, by the Tysoe Residents Group led by Keith Risk with expert advice from Mike Sanderson and John Hunter, and by our ward member, D C Gill Roache.
Gladman may well appeal but it is round one to Tysoe.
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Cllr Simon Forrester