This is the website of the civil parish of Keresley in north Coventry.
Last updated 3 March 2014
This is Tuesday 4 March at 7.30 in the URC Church Bennetts Road. The agenda is:
2. Minutes of the last meeting
For accuracy, and matters arising.
3. Declarations of Interests in agenda items
4. Items for discussion from the floor
Maximum 45 minutes, maximum 15 minutes per item
5. Finance Report
6. Planning applications – Fivefield Road withdrawn temporarily pending adaptations re flooding concerns.
7. Flooding Concerns
8. Potentially Dangerous Trees
9. Training of Parish Clerk
10. Comments invited about public consultation on Academic Year 2015/16 Coventry Schools Terms and Holidays.
11. Change of venue for PC meetings
12. Newsletter and walk
14. Date of next meeting
Despite the wind and the rain and the mud, we had a brilliant turn-out for the New Year's Day walk. Many thanks to everyone who braved the elements and showed their support. Photos here. Watch this space for the next action.
Save Keresley Green Belt
Pegasus Planning Group have plans to build 800 houses on the green belt in Keresley. The Parish Council is trying to stop this.
The Joint SHMA, the assessment of housing needs for Coventry and Warwickshire, has now been published. This is it. It suggests 23,600 houses for Coventry up to 2031 - more than can be built on brown field sites alone.
Thanks to everyone who attended the meeting at the Hare and Hounds on 16 November.
You might be interested in this insight into how planning policy is being developed.
We currently have the support of
- Ann Lucas, leader of Coventry City Council
- Cllr. John Blundell, leader of Coventry Conservatives Group
- Russell Field of Coventry Lib Dems
- Coventry Green Party
- Geoffrey Robinson, MP for Coventry North
- Dan Byles, MP for North Warwickshire and Bedworth.
- Mike O'Brien, former Solicitor General and Minister of State
- Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
Local author Lucy David has kindly donated 10 copies of her novel 'Hedgerow Magic' to support our efforts. This is a novel for 10 to 13 year olds, set in a fictitious Keresley, about a pair of youngsters who struggle to come to terms with troublesome adults and save a wood from developers.
We have 2 copies left, at £7.99. Buy them from us fast. Get more copies from Kenilworth Books or lulu.com
Parish council meetings are public, and we welcome everyone to come to them. Meetings are held in the United Reform Church on Bennetts Road, on the left going out of town, before Prologis and the Miner's Club. Meetings start at 7.30 pm.
If you are concerned about Keresley and district, why not come to the next meeting - see below for map.