"It's your Stratford District Council"

Chief Executive of Stratford District Council, Paul Lankester, in the first of a regular series of interviews with Stratford TV, asks how more people can give their views to influence the council and how new technology, including local tv, can help make services work better. To feedback your thoughts to him use this link: https://www.stratford.gov.uk/council/ask-the-chief.cfm  Watch video >>

What does the 'Core Strategy' mean?

The phrase 'Core Strategy' is often quoted at the moment, but what will it mean to our town and district, and what will Stratford District be like in the future? In the first of a regular series of interviews, Paul Lankester, Chief Executive of Stratford District Council explains the changes it will bring to the planning process and our towns and countryside.  Watch video >>

Car Parking is changing in Stratford District

Who controls on-street parking in Stratford District is changing this Autumn. Paul Lankester, Chief Executive of Stratford District Council explains the changes and what they'll mean.  Watch video >>

Encouraging business into our District

How can support from the District Council support business to grow our local economy? Paul Lankester, Chief Exec of Stratford District Council, explains how more businesses are opening in the District, although the number of employees is actually down and what initiatives that are underway to support more companies and jobs.  Watch video >>

Leader of SDC and the Conservative Group on their successful night

The May 2014 Local Elections saw the Conservative Group on the District Council gain more seats, winning 15 of the 18 seats that were being contested. As the declarations were completed Conservative Group leader and Leader of the Council, Councillor Chris Saint gave Stratford TV his reaction to the results.  Watch video >>

Alcester Ward Declaration

Alcester saw a Conservative gain from the Lib Dems with a majority of 113. UKIP beat Labour into third place.  Watch video >>

Bidford and Salford Declaration

The Conservative Party held this seat, with UKIP coming second.  Watch video >>

Brailes Ward Declaration

The Conservative Party held this Ward, with Labour coming second, the Green Party third and the Lib Dems last.  Watch video >>

Harbury Declaration

Harbury was a Conservative Party gain in 2014 from the Lib Dems who had won it in 2010.  Watch video >>

Kinwarton Ward Declaration

The Conservatives held this Ward with an increased majority.  Watch video >>

Long Compton Declaration

The Conservative Party held this seat with a 295 majority from UKIP who came second.  Watch video >>

Long Itchington Ward

The Conservatives held this seat with Labour in second place.  Watch video >>

Quinton Ward Declaration

The Conservative Party held this seat with the Lib Dem vote dropping substantially.  Watch video >>

Sambourne Declaration

This ward was held by the Conservatives, with a majority of 364 over the Lib Dems, with Labour third.  Watch video >>

Snitterfield Ward Declaration

The Conservative Party held this ward, although on a much reduced majority.  Watch video >>

Southam Declaration

The Conservative Party held this seat with UKIP coming second and as in other Wards, a much lower turnout than in 2010 when there was a General Election as well.  Watch video >>

Stratford Alveston Ward Declaration

The Lib Dems held this seat with the Conservative Party coming second, both substantially in front of UKIP and the Labour Party.  Watch video >>

Stratford Avenue & New Town Declaration

This Ward saw the Conservative Party gain the seat with a majority of 1,114 from the Lib Dems, who had had a majority of 106 in 2010.  Watch video >>

Stratford Guild and Hathaway

The Lib Dems held this seat with an increase of 105 in their majority over the Conservative Party, followed by UKIP and then Labour.  Watch video >>

Studley Declaration

The Lib Dems held this seat with almost exactly the same majority (669) over the Conservatives that they had in 2010 (670) although the turnout was substantially lower (38% instead of 69.31%)  Watch video >>

Tanworth Ward Declaration

The Conservative Party held this seat, with UKIP coming second.  Watch video >>

Vale of the Red Horse

The Conservatives held this seat with UKIP coming in second place, Labour third and the Lib Dems in fourth.  Watch video >>

Wellesbourne Declaration

The Conservative's gained this seat from an Independent who had won it in 2010. The Lib Dems narrowly came second with UKIP just 6 votes behind them.  Watch video >>