The role of the Parish Council is to make Binley Woods a pleasant place to live. The duties of Councillors are to promote the views of residents where applicable to relevant authorities on decisions such as planning and improvements to buildings and the green belt environment.
The Parish Council has financial control of an annual precept to cover minor general village betterments, grass and hedge maintenance, play area facilities and street lighting.
The Parliamentary constituency is Rugby and the elected representative at present is Mark Pawsey. (Conservative).
Parish Council Meetings
The Parish Council meets once each month with the exception of August. The agenda is displayed on the notice boards and on the website. Should you wish an item be put before the Council, please contact the Clerk in writing seven days prior to the meeting with your comments or questions.
The formal meeting will begin at 7.45pm and will be preceded at 7.30pm by a Public Question Time, in which all residents of the village are encouraged to participate. In the absence of any residents, the meeting will start at 7.30pm prompt.