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Tysoe Record September 2014

As usual no monthly meeting in August

Planning update

The application for nine dwellings on land adjacent to Church Farm Court is subject to a judicial review whose outcome is not yet known.

Despite this, at a special meeting of Tysoe Parish Council on Thursday 14th August, a new application to erect nine dwellings on the site adjacent to Church Farm Court was considered. Except for minor boundary changes, the plans were the same as those considered earlier in the year. The parish council again recommended refusal and felt that, in light of the new information that forms the basis of the application for judicial review, the case for refusing planning permission on the site is even stronger than it was previously.

Dates for the enquiry into the Gladman application for Land South Of Oxhill Road are confirmed as 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th and 23rd September.

Neighbourhood Plan

The survey was distributed to all households in mid-July and the deadline for completion and return was 16th August. The results and the wishes of Tysoe residents will now be analysed.

Cllr Simon Forrester

Tysoe Record July 2014

Headlines of May and June monthly meetings:

To help deal with the ever-growing workload, parish council resolved to deal with items within two months and to delegate more.

Badgers Lane storm drain has at last been replaced; many thanks to WCC Highways. Smarts Lane apparently running freely.

Agreed to repair two benches.

Sports field track repaired; many thanks to Jonathan Allen.

Agreed to fell diseased ash tree by the pavilion.

I have agreed to parish council request I stay on until November.

Rent agreement for parish council land requires an amendment.

Aiming to get speed limit enforcement discussed at Community Forum on 10th June.

Neighbourhood Plan

Neighbourhood Plan Group is progressing programme of meetings.

Terms of Reference have been amended and approved.

Parish council’s insurance will cover work of the group subject to certain conditions.

55 people attended and helped with highly organised mapping exercise on 31st May.

Questionnaire about village life will be sent to all residents in June.

Planning update

Permission granted for 9 dwellings on land adjoining Church Farm Court but queries remain.

Permission granted for 6 at The Orchards.

Permission refused for New House Farm, Sandpits Road.

Dates for enquiry into Gladman application likely to be 16th to 23rd September at Ettington.

Cllr Simon Forrester

Tysoe Record March 2014

With no January monthly meeting February’s agenda was packed.

Rent review of agricultural land owned by the parish council satisfactorily negotiated.

New grit bins in place thanks to Cllr Allen’s sons.

Agreed to proceed with maintenance to memorial opposite Old Tree Lane.

Agreed to go ahead with Tysoe Neighbourhood Group’s proposal for a working party to develop the neighbourhood plan.

DC Roache requires help with monitoring vehicle speed limits, particularly from those who have raised the problem.

Gritting absence on 2nd and 12th January being investigated.

Refuse collectors have said they will re-instate the village green in School Lane.

Shipston Link timetable to appear on noticeboard and in post office.

DC Roache will check house construction on Main Street is as approved.

Trash screen required to reduce debris blocking storm drains around Jeffs Close, Middleton Close and Main Street.

Minutes on the Tysoe Parish Council noticeboard.

Planning update

Extra meeting held on 10th February to discuss an application for nine dwellings on land adjoining Church Farm Court. Parish council acknowledged the applicant had taken into account many concerns previously raised.

Lengthy discussion and public participation ensued. Taking into account the position of opposing any development of the site and the strength of neighbours’ opinions, the parish council voted to object.

The applicant has also appealed against the refusal for 20 dwellings.


Cllr Simon Forrester