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The Oxhill News

December 2014

This months News



Notes of the Oxhill Parish Council Meeting

Tuesday 11th November 2014 at 8.00pm in the Village Hall

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

Matters Discussed


The road at the top of Green Lane is opening up and needs attention.  More and more large heavy lorries are coming through the village directed by satellite navigation systems.  We will ask if anything can be done, e.g. weight restrictions, which would impact on satnav route directions. 


Planning permission has been granted for 3 Peacock cottages - single storey rear and two storey side extension; No.1 The Leys - demolition of existing side extension and erection of two storey side extension, extend canopy to front and vehicular access; The Hollies – coppice 2 goat willows.

Outline Planning granted for 3 detached dwellings and shared access Land on north side of Green Lane.

Planning has been refused for 4 dwellings at Fithers Field.

Planning application has been withdrawn to convert barns to 3 residential units at Whitehill.

A letter had been sent to Mr. Zadhawi MP expressing the Parish Councils concern at the covert selling off of social houses in the village by Orbit.

Three Parish Councillors attended the training event to help in the role of consultee in the planning process at Shipston.

Village Green/Common Lane

Clarification was sought regarding the piece of land between “Merrilees” and 4 Peacock Cottages.  This piece of land is registered Village Green and the responsibility of the Parish Council.  It was proposed that in view of highway safety, parking would be allowed to continue as at present.  This was agreed by the meeting.  The other Village Green land is on the south eastern side of Beech Road.

Date of Next Meeting

Tuesday 13th January 2015 at 8.00 pm in the Village Hall.

Angela Kean, Parish Clerk

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