Tuesday 09 May 2017

COVENTRY AIRPORT CONSULTATION

 

Coventry Airport is proposing to invest in and introduce new technology to future-proof the airport. We are consulting on redefined flight paths, which should result in more accurate and consistent approaches. 

 

The airport has drawn up its proposals in consultation with a wide range of aviation users to take account of their varied needs, and is now consulting formally on the proposals. We are inviting the local communities to view the proposals online at:

 

http://www.coventryairport.co.uk/consultation

 

We are also holding a public drop in session between 11am and 7pm on 21st June 2017. More detail of where the session is being held and how to get there is available on the website.

 

The consultation period ends on 31st July 2017. 

 

Coventry Airport will consider all responses to the consultation, and make any necessary changes before submitting a final scheme for consideration by the Civil Aviation Authority CAA. 

 

Regards

 

Alastair Mackinnon

 

Airport Manager

 

 Direct: +44 (0) 2476 308656

 

Fax: +44 (0) 2476 516404

 

E-mail: consultation@coventryairport.co.uk

 

Website: www.coventryairport.co.uk

 

Tuesday 25 Apr 2017

BINLEY WOODS BURGLARIES

 

Incident 121 of 23 April – During the night of 22 into 23 April, offenders entered a home in Monks Road, Binley Woods through an insecure hallway window.  Once inside, the offenders stole two pushbikes, an Apple IPod and the keys to a Mercedes vehicle.  The offenders then used the keys to drive the vehicle away.

 

Incident 38 of 24 April – During the night of 23 into 24 April, offenders forced open the rear patio doors of a home in Foxwood Road, Binley Woods and then entered the house.  Once inside, the offenders carried out a tidy search before making off with the keys to an audi vehicle.  The offenders made their escape in the Audi.

 

Thursday 20 Apr 2017

POLICE WARNING

 

Over recent weeks there has been an increase in burglaries and car crime in the area and also reports of suspicious behaviour and roaming vans. Whilst all of the burglaries have been reported to the police, the suspicious behaviour has not always been reported. In instances where it has, the police have taken action and just recently two vans on the lookout for scrap have beeen stopped, as a result of which they were found to have had no tax, insurance or MOT and the vehicles were  seized and the drivers reported . This is really just a reminder that any suspicious activity should be reported to the police via 101 (asking for Warwickshire police), but obviously if a crime is being committed it should be 999. The police have warned the Parish Council that the practice of leaving scrap domestic appliances etc on the verge or your own property should be discouraged since it does attract unauthorised scrap dealers who may also be attracted to other items on the property been most helpful to the police and has been instrumental in achieving successful convictions. Should any of you wish to receive these community alerts (police reports, trading standards, scams, Parish Council notices) please email stever2000@sky.com.

 

In summary, the police have advised all residents to be extra vigilant and to be aware of people in the area who have recently been seen going around trying car and house doors. Make sure you lock your cars and don’t leave valuables on display.

 

Thursday 20 Apr 2017

SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL PLACE BURGLARY

Burglary, Sir Winston Churchill Place, Binley Woods

  • Incident number: 214 of 18 April
  • Date: 18/04/2017

Please be aware that between 1 and 2.30pm on 18 April, a male offender entered a home in Sir Winston Churchill Place, Binley Woods through an insecure side door and made their way to a rear conservatory, where the vulnerable elderly occupants were sat.

The offender told the residents that they owed him money for cleaning their windows and guttering and they handed over a quantity of cash before the offender made off.

No work had been carried out by the offender.

Friday 14 Apr 2017

SUSPICIOUS BEHAVIOUR

 

Via our Community Alert network, below is an email  received from a resident today.  

“I live at *** Rugby Road and had been at a neighbours. I came back home at 12pm lunchtime today (Friday 14th April) to find a white male late 20s early 30s wearing a tracksuit/grey fleece and a woolly hat looking through my lounge window. I walked over and he walked to a silver van parked in the road. I asked him if i could help him and he asked if I wanted my drive block paved. I said no and he got in his van. I could not understand why he was looking into my lounge. He didn’t put a card through the door or anything. “ 

This is obviously suspicious behaviour and I have passed the email on to the police. 

If anyone has any information regarding such behaviour, please take as many details as possible, particularly any vehicle reg nos. etc and dial 101

 

 

Wednesday 05 Apr 2017

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Sunday 02 Apr 2017

Parish Council Meeting Agenda – 19th April 2017 8.00pm

PC Agenda 19th April 2017

PC Agenda 19th April 2017

Friday 03 Mar 2017

MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT

Did you see or hear anything?

Offence: Theft of Motor Vehicle        

Location: Woodlands Road, Binley Woods

Further details: Between 10am and 1030am on Thursday 2nd March 2017 unknown offenders have stolen a car and believed to have changed the identity (number plates) somewhere in the village.

Date: Thursday 3rd March 2017  

Between: 10am and 10:30 am

Incident No: 20170302-0316

We need information to take action If you have information regarding this, or any other crime, call Warwickshire Police on 101 or 01926 415000. Alternatively you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

 

Friday 03 Mar 2017

BURGLARY, WOODLANDS ROAD

Burglary Woodlands Rd

Incident 316

Please be aware that between 8.45am and 4.45pm on 2 March, offenders removed a panel from a rear UPVC door at a home in Woodlands Road, Binley Woods and entered the house.

Once inside, the offenders carried out a tidy search of the house before making off with a fake Rolex watch and the key to a high powered Ford vehicle.  The offender then left the premises and used the key to steal the vehicle from outside.

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Wednesday 01 Mar 2017

St Patrick’s Day Get-together

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