RESIDENTS in Tredington and Southam can have their say on their Neighbourhood Plans.
Neighbourhood Plan Referendums are taking place in the two parishes on Thursday June 22.
Voters will be able to decide whether Stratford District Council should use the Neighbourhood Plan to help decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area.
To vote in this referendum residents must be registered to vote and be 18 or over on the day of the poll.
They can check they are on the Electoral Register and eligible to vote by contacting SDC’s Electoral Services on 01789 260208 no later than Tuesday June 6.
In Tredington (Newbold) the polling station i: Newbold Village Hall.
In Tredington (Tredington) the polling station is The WI Hall in Armscote Road.
In Southam North the polling station is The Grange Hall in Coventry Road.
In Southam West the polling station is The Graham Adams Centre in St James Road.
In Southam East the polling station i: The Sports and Social Club.
In Southam South the polling station is Southam Bowling Club.
Counting for the Neighbourhood Planning Referendums will take place on Friday June 23
The Neighbourhood Plan documents are available to view on SDC’s website.
Alternatively, a printed version of the specified documents is available for inspection at Elizabeth House in Church Street, Stratford.
Neighbourhood planning is a key component of the Government’s Localism Act, introducing a new tier of planning. The Localism Act devolves greater powers to councils and neighbourhoods, giving local people new rights to shape the development of the communities in which they live by taking a more active role in the development of planning policy at a local level.