The unaudited Annual Governance & Accountability Return for the year ended 31 March 2020 has been published and is available on the village noticeboards and on the Annual Governance & Accountability Return page of the website.
The WDC Climate Emergency Action Programme All-party Statement can be viewed here.
Please be advised that the poultry farm planning application has been withdrawn from the Planning Committee meeting tomorrow night (agenda Item 8 – W/19/1133 – Land at Ward Hill, Warwick Road, Norton Lindsey). This is so that further consultation can be undertaken as advised by WDC Environmental Health.
Application No: W/19/1133
Description: Hybrid planning application consisting of:
Full planning application for the erection of two replacement poultry houses for poultry rearing (pullets) and the repositioning of existing access; Outline planning application for the erection of a farm manager’s dwelling.
Address: Land at Ward Hill, Warwick Road, Littleworth, Norton Lindsey, Warwick, CV35 8JD
Applicant: Mr A Audhali
The above planning application is to be considered by the Planning Committee on 08 January 2020 and the recommendation from the Head of Development Services is that permission be Granted. Planning Committee is a public meeting and you are welcome to attend. The meeting starts at 6.00pm and is held at the Town Hall, Parade, Royal Leamington Spa.
The agenda for the meeting can be viewed on the Council’s website or at reception at Riverside House.
You can register to speak, should you feel strongly that comments could be made either in favour or against an application. Individuals can register to speak by completing an online registration form which can be found by clicking on the following link:
or by telephoning us on 01926 456114. In all of these cases, you will need to provide the following information:
- name and address
- a daytime telephone number
- planning application reference and/or the proposed development to which it refers whether you wish to speak in support of or against the application
- if you are representing a Parish or Town Council or the Conservation Advisory Forum; and
- whether your contact details can be shared with others speaking on the same application.
If you wish to speak, you must notify us by 12 noon on the working day before the meeting.
On the day of the meeting, please ensure you arrive at the Town Hall between 5.15pm and 5.30pm. This allows officers time to explain the way the meeting will run and answer any questions you may have.
Please note that your presentation to Planning Committee should not introduce new issues or matters that have not been raised previously in your submissions to the Council and handouts or photographs cannot be circulated at the meeting.
For queries about the public speaking procedure, please telephone 01926 456114 or for queries about the planning application, please telephone the relevant case officer.
The personal data that you provide will be used to enable the Council to manage the Planning Committee meeting effectively so that it knows who is registered to speak (ensuring they are entitled to speak) and recording within the minutes who addressed the meeting. The legal basis for this is the Constitution of the Council formed under the Localism Act 2011 and Local Government Act 1972.
In this form we seek your consent for the Council to process your data – you can withdraw that consent whenever you wish. You are requested to provide consent for the Council to share your name and contact details with other registered speakers in the same category. This is to enable people within the same category to liaise over their submissions to the Committee and reduce the potential for repetition, when time is limited.
You must complete this form in order for you to address the Committee. If you do not provide this information, you will not be permitted to address the Committee. Your name will be made publically available and detailed within the minutes of the meeting. Your contact details will only be used by officers within the Council, unless you have provided consent for them to be shared with other parties as detailed above.
Your personal data will be kept for 3 days after the date of the Planning Committee. You have the right to access your personal data and to complain if you think your data is being used incorrectly. You may also have other rights, such as to have your data corrected or erased. For full details on your personal data rights please see the Council’s main Privacy Notice on www.warwickdc.gov.uk.
For the Data Controller and Data Protection Officer’s contact details and further information please see the Council’s main Privacy Notice on www.warwickdc.gov.uk.
CSW Broadband has already completed upgrades to communities within Norton Lindsey parish. To find out if you can get it, read the update from CSW Broadband here.
Please note that the Parish Council’s September meeting has been brought forward from 10 September to enable the planning application for 12 affordable homes off Curlieu Lane to be considered and responded to before the deadline of 6 September. The meeting will now take place in the Church Room at 7.45pm on Monday 2 September.
At the Ordinary Meeting being held on Monday 2 September, Norton Lindsey Parish Council will be considering the outline planning application for the development of 12 no affordable homes on Grade 3 Agricultural Lane on Gannaway Farm, Brick Kiln Close, Norton Lindsey. The full agenda for the meeting can be viewed here.
The Parish Council is holding an Extraordinary Meeting in the Church Room at 8pm on Monday 12 August 2019 to consider the planning applications for land at Wards Hill and land in front of 2 Red Horse Corner. The agenda can be viewed here.