Parish Council Noticeboard

NEW Planning Application 14/01732/FUL - Proposed Solar Farm at Blackwell

Tredington Parish Council has received notification of a planning application for a solar farm comprising ground-mounted solar panels for electricity production on land to the north of Ilmington Road, Blackwell (14/01732/FUL). An extra-ordinary meeting will be held to decide whether the parish council wishes to support or object to this application. The meeting will be held at Blackwell Village Hall on Monday 18th August 2014 at 7.30pm. Public and press will be welcome to attend. Any members of the public wishing to speak at the meeting and address members of the parish council on this application must provide prior notice to the clerk ahead of the meeting.

 

FLOODING

Tredington Parish Council has a small stock of unfilled sandbags to help with flood prevention in the parish. Residents of the parish are able to collect some emply bags from Blackwell and fill them if needed for their own use. Please contact the parish clerk on 01789 450870 for details.

A flood forum for residents of the parish and Shipston has recently been formed. The group has email address for residents to send over any flood related issues to - so that these can be added onto the rolling action plan. It is shipstonareaflood@gmail.com

 


 

 

 

Warwickshire Community Oil/LPG Syndicate

latest news APRIL 2014

‘Warwickshire Community Oil & LPG Syndicate’ is rather a mouthful so have changed this to Energy Warwickshire with a dedicated website at www.energywarwickshire.org.uk. Anyone who is interested in cheaper oil can now both sign up and place an order at their own convenience.  Thanks to the syndicate we have been able to reduce the price of bulk LPG from an already low 43pence per litre to just 41pence per litre with a £100 fuel discount for new domestic members.  And when did you last pay less for your oil in the Winter than in the Summer? Well, that’s what our members have achieved over the last couple of months, paying just 51.95ppl in March and less than 50ppl in April.  We don’t think we shall ever get to grips with how the pricing works but so long as it works in favour of our members we’ll not be too worried.  Over the last 12 months our members have saved an average of over £52 per 1000 litres against the average market price and a whopping £142 against the market high.  How does your oil supplier measure up?      People power works!


Looking for a New Challenge?

Could you become a Community First Responder?

Ettington Community First Responders are an organisation operating across the Stourdene villages (including Tredington and Newbold on Stour), providing first-response emergency medical care following a 999 call prior to an ambulance arriving. The scheme is run entirely by volunteers and is kept going by the support and fundraising efforts of the local community.

As a result of first responders moving on, we are now looking to recruit new members to our team. So if you’d like to become more involved in your local village community and are interested in joining a team of fun loving but committed volunteers why not apply?  You do not need to be medically qualified as full training is provided. If you are interested in finding out more or would like a no obligation chat then please contact us via our email account info@ettingtoncfr.org.uk .

Allotment Gardens in Newbold on Stour

Tredington Parish Council manages the allotment gardens off Middlefield Lane in Newbod on Stour and we have cleared the waiting list for plots, by offering sub-divided plots. If you are interested in renting a plot or part of a plot, please get in touch with the parish clerk, as you will go straight to the top of the waiting list. 

 

Tredington Parish Housing Needs Survey - June 2013

Many thanks to all residents of the parish who took the time to complete the recent Housing Needs Survey. The Parish Council has now received a report on the findings of the survey, undertaken by Warwickshire Rural Communities Council (WRCC). Approximately 640 survey forms were delivered to homes in the parish and 216 completed forms were returned to WRCC. This is considered a good response for a survey of this type.

12 respondents expressed a need for alternative housing in the parish, indicating a current need for a range of housing including two and three bedroomed houses and bungalows provided as local market ownership housing and rented accommodation from a housing association. The respondents in housing need required accommodation in Tredington, Newbold-on-Stour, Blackwell and Armscote.

If you would like further information on the Housing Needs Survey, or your are a resident of the paish and would like to receive an electronic version of the full WRCC report, please contact the clerk (clerk@tredingtonparishcouncil.co.uk). A paper copy of the report can be provided, but a charge will be made to cover printing and posting costs.