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Parish Council meeting 23rd July 2020 – AGENDA

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NOTICE OF A MEETING OF RADLEY PARISH COUNCIL which will be held on THURSDAY 23rd JULY 2020 ONLINE via Zoom (https://zoom.us/) at 7.30pm to transact the business set out below.

To view the meeting from a computer, tablet or smartphone,

go to the zoom website (zoom.us), click ‘join a meeting’ Enter the Meeting ID 839 2077 5432.  You will also be prompted to enter the following password: 620923

To listen by telephone (including mobiles), dial: +44 0203 051 2874.  You will be prompted to enter the Meeting ID number and password.

 

1.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE:  To receive

 

 

2.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST: To receive[i]

 

 

3.

DISPENSATIONS:

 

The Council is asked to consider any dispensations requested. Any requests should be with the clerk no later than the Monday before the meeting.

 

 

4.

MATTERS RAISED BY MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC:

 

Ten minutes in total are available for members of the public to express a view or ask a question on relevant matters on the following agenda or raise a question for discussion at a future meeting of the Council.    

 

 

5.

MINUTES OF THE JUNE PARISH COUNCIL MEETING:

5.1

·         TO APPROVE the minutes as an accurate record of the meeting (see file)

 

 

6.

POLICE MATTERS:

 

·         TO RECEIVE police reports and details of matters to be raised with the police.

 

 

7.

PLANNING MATTERS

7.1

DEVELOPMENT STEERING GROUP:

·         TO HEAR updates on items including

–     Radley Lakes

–     School hall extension

–     Car park planning application

–     Gooseacre

7.2

STRATEGIC SITES: 

·         TO HEAR any updates

7.3

PLANNING APPLICATIONS:

(a)

P20/S1988/FUL:

Change of use of land from agricultural land to farm park, wildlife and outdoor activity centre, associated buildings and outdoor play structures, mountain bike trail, formation of lake, ponds and wetland area, formation of a new vehicle/pedestrian access off the A415, associated engineering works, drainage and landscaping.

(b)

OCC application MW.0075/20

Use of the existing processing plant site to process sand and gravel from the nearby 94 acre Review of Old Mineral Permission (ROMP) site (Ref: DD1 and DD2), the installation of a field conveyor system to the site boundary and ancillary facilities for the transportation, storage and processing of the sand and gravel and the use of an existing haul road

Applicant name: H Tuckwell & Sons Ltd 

·         TO DELEGATE response to this application.

 

 

8.

FINANCIAL MATTERS

8.1

ACCOUNTS

·         TO ACKNOWLEDGE scrutiny and acceptance of the previously circulated bank statement and reconciliation [file documents 8.1]

8.2

·         TO APPROVE accounts for payment as itemised on the monthly cashbook (file document – to follow.  Invoices are saved in the file)

Note: The village cleaner is now being paid directly from the Council’s account rather than via the clerk.

8.3

ALLOTMENT FENCING:

·         TO CONSIDER a quote for repairs to the allotment fence (see file)

8.4

PLAYING FIELD

·         TO HEAR updates on the Playing field/pavilion and

·         CONSIDER any issues arising

·         TO CONSIDER proposals from RYFC for additional security

·         TO NOTE a problem with litter and fly-tipping on the field and around the village hall.

8.5

PLAY AREA

·         TO ACKNOWLEDGE agreement of the risk assessments which were circulated by email on 3 July and are saved in the file.

·         TO CONSIDER if the risks of using the play area can be managed acceptably during large events eg the FC tournament without further mitigation.

8.6

·         TO CONSIDER the clerk’s recommendation that the Council carries forward unused Church Room bookings and they are restarted when it is possible to meet in person again. The PCC is happy with the suggestion.

8.7

·         TO ADOPT updated Standing Orders and Financial Regulations (to follow)

 

 

9

REPORTS OF THE COUNTY AND DISTRICT COUNCILLORS:

 

Councillors Johnston and Lugova are asked to submit District and County reports in writing in advance for discussion by councillors during the meeting.

 

 

10.

HIGHWAY MATTERS:

10.1

·         RECEIVE and CONSIDER reports of any highway problems and

10.2

·         TO NOTE items reported on Fix My Street

 

 

11.

CONSERVATION:

11.1

VILLAGE POND:

·         TO NOTE that volunteers have continued to clear round the pond during lockdown.

·         TO CONSIDER a request by the volunteers that the Council makes a contribution to the purchase already made of a hedge cutter which they will use in the future to cut hedges around the pond. 

·         TO CONSIDER the request that a skip should be hired to clear away the compost heap.

11.2

PERMISSIVE PATHS AGREEMENT:

·         TO CONSIDER whether it should proceed with signing the agreement irrespective of further comments from the solicitor

11.3

LOWER CHURCHYARD:  ST Grounds have quoted £30 to empty the brown bin.

   

12.

THRUPP LANE:

12.1

·         TO RAISE any matters not considered elsewhere on the agenda

 

 

13.

MATTERS FOR REPORT/ITEMS FOR THE NEXT AGENDA:

 

 

14.

CONFIRMATION OF THE DATES OF FUTURE MEETINGS:

 

Ordinary meeting: to be agreed

 

 

[i] Notes on declaration of interest

Any Member arriving after the start of the meeting is asked to declare pecuniary interests, as necessary, as soon as practicable after their arrival, even if the item in question has been considered. National rules about pecuniary interests are set out in Chapter 7 of the Localism Act 2011 and in secondary legislation made under the Act, in particular The Relevant Authorities (Disclosable Pecuniary Interests) Regulations 2012

 

 

 

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