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Parish Council Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month in the Keresley Community Library, Bennetts Road.

 

Next Meeting

 

 

The agenda for the meeting of the Parish Council to be held on 14th September may be found here one week before this date.

 

All members of the Public and Press are welcome to attend.

 

Previous meetings using Zoom may be viewed using the links on the Meeting Dates page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keresley Parish Boundary

 

 

For a more accurate map showing the Parish boundary look at the Coventry City Council planning map here.

Keresley Parish Boundary Map

HIGH COURT ACTION

 

The CPRE working with KOGG have launched a High Court Action against Coventry City Council in relation to a planning application.

 

A crowdfunding site, Crowd Justice, is being used to assist with raising the sum of £50,000 for the action.

 

For more information about this action click here.

 

Keresley Parish

 

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 three elected councillors and three co-opted councillors. We currently have one vacant position.

 

The next Parish Council elections are due to take place in May 2023.

 

 

 

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Coventry housing numbers

 

UK Statistics Authority

released their report on

Monday 10th May

 

This report substantiates the opinion that the housing numbers used by Coventry City Council in the Local Plan are too high.

 

It may be viewed here.

 

For a number of years a local campaign group based here in Keresley Village, the

Coventry Greenbelt Organisation,

have been campaigning, in conjunction with the CPRE, for a proper review of the ONS housing numbers used by Coventry City Council in their Local Plan.

 

A letter from the statistics authority to the CPRE suggests that the ONS should work with the CPRE when developing new population estimates.

 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.

 

Read more . . . .

VACANCY FOR A COUNCILLOR

 

Following the resignation of Sandra Camwell a casual vacancy has occurred.

 

No nominations have been received for the election of a councillor.

 

This position will now be filled by co-option.

PROLOGIS FIRE

 

Update Friday 27th August

After requesting an update from Prologis, we have received a response that we are glad to be able to share with you:

 

I am pleased to inform you that the Winding House Lane entrance to Prologis Park Coventry is now fully open and operational.

 

We are aware that the major fire at the RAM Enterprises' warehouse on Prologis Park Coventry has caused some temporary local disruption and we would like to thank the local community for its continued patience and understanding as we worked with Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service to ensure the area around the damaged building was made safe.’

 

Wednesday 25th August

 

On the evening of 19th August a large fire broke out at RAM Enterprises in Prologis Park.

 

Keresley Parish Council has been in touch with a contact at Prologis regarding this fire in Prologis Park, requesting an update for our parishioners and to raise concerns about the number of HGVs travelling through Keresley via Holbrooks, south of the site to get to the alternative entrance in Bennetts Road.

 

We can update you with the following information:

 

Diversion signs are directing traffic around the north of the site along Exhall Road.

Prologis met with the Fire Officer and the demolition contractor employed by RAM Enterprises on the afternoon of Wednesday 26th August 2021.

 

At this time he fire brigade were extinguishing the last remaining deep seated fire cell and are hopeful to have this extinguished at some point on Thursday 26th August 2021. The fire service will then leave the scene and the estate road from Winding House Lane will be opened and the Bennetts Road closed.

The timings are current best estimates and subject to change.

 

The good news is that road will not need to remain closed during the demolition and clearance process  since this can be done safely within the plot boundary.

 

Keresley Parish Council wish to thank the emergency services, Prologis and any other contractors involved in bringing the situation under control, keeping everyone safe and minimising impact on the local area.

 

 

 

Contact:

clerk@keresley-pc.gov.uk

 

Mobile:  07748 986 109

DISCLAIMER

 

Whilst Keresley Parish Council makes every effort to keep the information on this web site accurate, it disclaims any warranty or representation, express or implied about its accuracy, completeness or appropriateness for a particular purpose.

 

Thus, you assume full responsibility for using the information on this Web site, and you understand and agree that neither Keresley Parish Council nor any of its employees are responsible or liable for any claim, loss or damage resulting from its use.

 

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