Parish Council Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month in the United Reform Church Hall, Bennetts Road.
The agenda for Parish Council meetings can be downloaded here. One week before the date of the next meeting the latest agenda will be published.
For a more accurate map showing the Parish boundary look at the Coventry City Council planning map here.
The Community Resilience Team works with individuals, voluntary organisations and communities to support local people to take action within their communities for matters that are important to them.
This is the website for the civil parish of Keresley in north Coventry. A rural parish within the area of Ancient Arden countryside.
Two areas of Keresley are included; Keresley Green and a part of Keresley Village.
Keresley Heath is not included within the parish.
A Parish Council is the first tier of local government and represents the residents of within the Parish. The boundary of the Parish is the same as the polling district
There are about 650 electors within this Polling District of the Bablake Ward.
Keresley Parish Council is served by seven councillors, who undertake the role on a voluntary basis to represent the interests of residents for a term of 4 years. There are currently four elected councillors and one co-opted councillor. We currently have two vacant positions.
The next Parish Council elections are due to take place in May 2023.
Meeting Regulations have been updated to allow Parish Council Meetings to be held using the Zoom video conferencing platform.
If Zoom is not installed on your machine download it.
The meeting agenda for each meeting will have the link needed to access a Zoom meeting.
Coventry housing numbers to be investigated
Coventry Local Plan.
For a number of years a local campaign group based here in Keresley Village, the
have been campaigning for a proper review of the housing numbers used by Coventry City Council in their Local Plan.
More to follow
Coventry Colliery application update
Keresley Parish Council has now submitted an APPROVAL letter for the planning application FUL/2020/2615 now in the planning portal
Two casual vacancy have occurred in the office of Councillor for the Keresley Parish Council following the resignation of Chris Wood and Steve Redhead.
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