Local News

Fly Tipping Clear Up - Curdworth/Coleshill with DAVE REILLY

Dave Reilly our Candidate for Coleshill NorthGreat pushed hard for a clear up and to to see that the Environment Agency starting work clearing the commercial fly tips on the banks of the Tame at the M42 bridge and in Lea Marston following his request.

Fly Tipping Clear Up - Curdworth/Coleshill with DAVE REILLY

Dave Reilly our Candidate for Coleshill NorthGreat pushed hard for a clear up and to to see that the Environment Agency starting work clearing the commercial fly tips on the banks of the Tame at the M42 bridge and in Lea Marston following his request.

Important Information Regarding Coleshill Banks

Following a number of queries from residents regarding planned bank closures on Coleshill High Street, local councillor Stacey Ingram has met with representatives from Barclays, Lloyds and HSBC to discuss how planned closures will affect local residents.

Conservatives Approve Borough Care Reforms

At a recent Meeting of Full Council in North Warwickshire, Conservative Councillors approved to secure the future of Borough Care through a number of reforms.

Conservatives Keep Arley Open

At a recent meeting of North Warwickshire Borough Council's Community & Environment Board Conservative Councillors voted to include Arley Sports Centre in the forthcoming leisure review.

Initial funding secured for Whitacre Heath Pumping Station

Local MP Craig Tracey and County Councillor Joan Lea have welcomed an agreement between the Environment Agency, Warwickshire County Council and Nether Whitacre Parish Council for maintenance of a surface water pump. The pump will help to prevent flooding in the village

Conservatives Reject Proposal For Broiler Plant In Mancetter

At a recent meeting of the Planning Board at North Warwickshire Borough Council, an application to build a broiler plant in Mancetter was rejected by councillors. Local Conservative ward members Margaret Bell and Denise Clews made a clear and coherent case for refusal, bringing the attention of the Board to the areas of the application that were ignored or understated by the Environment Agency. Their strong case against this application led to a unanimous decision by the Board to reject the application.