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The Oxhill News

August 2013

This months News



Notes of the Oxhill Parish Council Meeting

Tuesday 9th July 2013 at 8.00pm in the Village Hall

The meeting, chaired by Grenville Moore, was attended by Parish Councillors Carol Taylor, David Hill and Tom Heritage.  Apology received from Brian Badger.

Matters Discussed

Draft Core Strategy

Carol Taylor gave a report of the progress being made by the parish Plan Steering Committee.  Stratford District Council have now published a Draft Core Strategy for the next 20 years identifying Oxhill as a category 4 Local Service Village. This category provides for between 10 – 25 houses.

The Parish Council has registered as a member of PSMA (Public Sector Mapping Agreement) so that OS parish maps can be obtained to assist the Steering.


Application for demolition of existing dwelling and erection of replacement dwelling at “The Maples”, Main Street has been refused mainly on design.

Application for new dwelling at “Ripplesdale”, Green Lane was returned with no objection.  Application to crown chestnut tree at The Old Forge was returned with no objection.  Outline Planning Application of up to 6 dwellings on land to the rear of “Stablecroft” has been strongly opposed.


Cheque for £30 paid for internal audit.  Cheque for £164.40 (inc. vat) was paid for a Minute Book.  The last one was obtained in 1995.


Matters requested for attention have now been dealt with.  One outstanding items is the “Bend” sign on the Tysoe Road which is on order.

Dog Fouling

We would remind all dog owners that it is an offence to allow your dog to foul within the confines of the village.  Most dog owners clear up after their pets but some do not including young persons walking dogs.  PLEASE CLEAR UP AFTER YOUR DOG.


Tuesday 17th September 2013 at 8.00 pm in the Village Hall.

Angela Kean, Parish Clerk

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