A special Parish Council Meeting will take place at 7.30 on Thursday November 30th in the Old School Room.The meeting has been called so the Council can decide on their response to Cherwell District Council’s consultation on a planning application submitted by the cricket club to build a new pavilion.
The public are welcome to attend the meeting as usual, and if anyone would like to address the Council or make any comments on the application please notify David Marriott by email at email@example.com or on 0787 2930030 before the meeting.The opportunity to address the Council is at the Chairman’s discretion.
The Agenda Items comprise:
- Apologies for absence
- Planning application for the erection of a new cricket club pavilion
- The Council has been consulted by Cherwell District Council, seeking the Council’s comments on a planning application submitted by Horley Cricket Club. The application seeks consent for the erection of a new pavilion, an extension to their site and a change of use of adjoining agricultural land to provide off street car parking, and alterations to the existing pavilion to form an equipment store and score box. A copy of the application and plans will be available for inspection at the meeting. Meanwhile they can be inspected in advance of the meeting by visiting Cherwell District Council’s on-line planning system here.
- Date of next meetings :
- Thursday 1st February 2018 at 7.00
- Any other urgent business
For full copy of agenda see 17 11 30 agenda
The Horley Cricket Club are are pleased to invite you to a fund raising Cheese and Wine Evening along with a Memorabilia Auction at the Old School on Friday November 24th at 7.30. For a preview of of the lots available at the auction see the catalogue.
This is a reminder to all dog owners to ‘Pick Up the Poo’ after your pet. There have been a few instances recently around the churchyard where dog fouling has occurred and this is particularly unpleasant being in an area of special importance to many Horley families.
For information: ‘If you allow a dog in your charge to foul any area to which the public has access you are committing an offence. The penalty for not clearing up dog fouling can be up to £1000 if the case is dealt with by the magistrates courts, or £50 if the owner is given a fixed penalty notice.’
So please be minded to pick up after your pet in any public area – you can collect council provided bags from outside 10 Lane Close so there’s no excuse!