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Submission Plan

The Submission version of the Neighbourhood Plan is now with the District Council for consultation. The consultation period will run from Thursday 16th May to Friday 28th June. All of the documents can be viewed here or they can be viewed at www.stratford.gov.uk/nplan where comments on the Plan can also be posted.
Once the consultation period is over the Plan plus any comments and the Parish Council’s responses to those comments will be given to an independent Examiner who will take up to three months to write a report. If, as expected, he then recommends that the Plan goes to referendum, probably with a few recommended amendments, the referendum is likely to be in late November or December of this year.
This is your Plan and, when the time comes, it is important that you vote. Watch out for further publicity around the village regarding the timing of a referendum and other matters on the Plan.

Incidents of Courier Fraud

Incidents of Courier Fraud which is were someone phones up and says that a card has been fraudulently used and to assist in an investigation a courier (Police/Bank/Mail) person will come and collect the card as evidence have been happening in Stratford District.

I have attached advice for this in a pdf and web link. https://www.warwickshire.police.uk/article/16140/Phone-scams

There have also been Two incidents in the past few days as well which are doorstep crime are below (Stratford & Alcester):

Door step peddling- http://www.stratford-herald.com/95765-police-warning-door-door-visits.html

Doorstep trader –http://www.stratford-herald.com/95761-rogue-trader-charged-elderly-person-1000-resurface-driveway.html

Amanda Wilson-Patterson

Localities & Communities Officer (Stratford)

Courier Fraud

‘Keep Em Peeled’ – Reporting suspicious activities

‘Keep Em Peeled’ is a WhatsApp Group covering the Tysoe/Oxhill/Pillertons area to report suspicious activity with the intention of preventing and reducing crime.

There are already over 40 participants including Tysoe residents and the group is also monitored by a Police Community Support Officer.
WhatsApp groups have been a successful initiative in hundreds of villages around the UK and they are not meant as a replacement to Neighbourhood Watch schemes but do enable instantaneous and secure communication exchange between members.
If you live in the Tysoe region and would like to join please WhatsApp Dominic Connolly on 07774 081067. You can leave the group at any time