Ordinary Meeting Parish Council Agenda 100613

Jun 5, 2013 | Uncategorized

GWINEAR-GWITHIAN PARISH COUNCIL

 

THIS IS TO NOTIFY YOU THAT an Ordinary Meeting of the Parish Council is to be held on Monday 10th June 2013 at UNIT 3 BOSPROWAL BUSINESS UNITS, Penhale Road, Carnhell Green, commencing at 7 pm.

Dated 5th June 2013                                                               Mrs Vida Perrin, Clerk to the Council

 

1.         Routine matters

a)   Safety Procedure

b)   Apologies for absence to be received and approved.

c)   To receive personal and prejudicial interests (including the details thereof) and preapproved dispensations in respect of any items on this Agenda.

d)   Public Participation – Observations raised by members of the community are welcome regarding the items noted on the agenda.  Any other matters raised either in person or in writing will be noted during this period and may be included for consideration at a future Parish Council meeting.

 

2.         Minutes

a)   To confirm the Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the Parish Council held on 13th May 2013

b)   Business arising not already on the agenda from the Ordinary Meeting

 

3.         Reports

      a)   Report from the Police Neighbourhood Beat Manager

      b)   Verbal reports from Parish Councillors/representatives

c)   Written reports from Parish Councillors/representatives

(i)   CPO report

 

4.         Correspondence received

a)   Cornwall Council – Email correspondence regarding Reawla Park

b)   Mr Norton – Neighbourhood Plan; views and suggestions to wording of future policies

c)   Devon & Cornwall Housing, Penwith Housing Association, Tor Homes, Independent Homes & Westco – Notification of new Group name (DCH) and new website

d)   Cornwall Council – Information on the re-structuring of the Localism, Strategy & Communication Service

e)   CALC – Latest news/update on the Local Audit and Accountability Bill (England)

f)   Towans Partnership – Draft minutes from meeting held 24th April 2013

g)   Gwithian Residents Association – Report on Gwithian Green and Towans Partnership news

5.                     To consider planning matters

a)   PA13/03873 – Proposed internal alterations and extension to main dwelling and new garage/office unit – 9 Upton Towans Hayle TR27 5BJ – Mr & Mrs Benwell.  Planning zone officer – Cllr Homes

b)   PA13/03347 – Construction of domestic garage – Tremayne Cottage Calloose Lane Leedstown Hayle TR27 5ET – Mr Rogers.  Planning zone officer – Cllr Rowe

c)   PA13/03650 – Variation of condition 6 relating to planning application W1/03/P/0093 – (Change of use of land to form touring caravan site), and conditions 5 and 8 relating to planning application W1/06/P/1282 – (Construction of shop & retention of the siting of caravan on weeth yard & construction of toilet block on tourist park) – Lavender Fields Penhale Road Carnhell Green Camborne Cornwall TR14 0LU – Mr Bell.  Planning zone officer – Cllr Roberts

d)   PA13/03784 – Conversion and extension of existing building to form a dwelling – Hayes Barton 39 Connor Hill Connor Downs Hayle Cornwall TR27 5DW – Mr G Richards.  Planning zone officer – Cllr Homes

e)   PA13/04545 – Single storey rear extension – 33 Churchtown Gwinear Hayle TR27 5JL – Ms S Lamerton.  Planning zone officer – Cllr Negus

f)   Planning correspondence – Notification of appeal decision – PA12/02203 – Land At Trenawin Lane, Trenawin Lane, Connor Downs, Hayle; Erection of new dwelling and garage and a change of use from agricultural land to domestic curtilage – Mr Wills – Appeal Dismissed

 

6.         Other matters requiring decisions of the Council

a)   To review Council procedure for displaying receipts and payments within the minutes and agree the way forward

b)   Receipts and payments:  To approve receipts and payments up to 10th June 2013

c)   To receive and approve the Income & Expenditure Statement for the last quarter of the 2012/13 accounts

d)   To receive and approve the Council’s Statement and Financial Report for the year ending 31st March 2013 and complete the Annual Return Statement of Assurance

e)   To discuss cemetery burial space within the Parish and agree a way forward

f)   To receive the recommendation from the PPIC to (a) co-opt Cllr Pascoe onto the PPIC as a representative of Cornwall Council; and (b) to co-opt Cllr Smith as a member of the PPIC

g)   To receive the recommendation from the PPIC to make a further reservation of £400 from the HAP grant for use towards the Council’s Fingerpost restoration project

h)   To receive correspondence from Cornwall Council’s Regeneration Officer and consider the devolution of the ownership of the three fingerpost signs within the Parish to GGPC

i)    To consider new information regarding the wording to Policy 15 of the Cornwall Council Local Plan and agree a way forward

j)    To receive the annual RoSPA Play Area Safety Inspection Report and approve the recommendations

k)   To discuss the future determination of wind turbine applications and agree a benchmark from which to request community benefit contributions

l)    To receive Tender application(s) and draft contract for the Local Maintenance Partnership and agree a way forward

m)  To review the Parish Council’s Standing Orders and Financial Regulations

n)   To receive and approve a press and media policy

o)   To receive information regarding Cornwall Council’s Highway Adoption policy and agree a way forward

 

7.         Late or urgent items not on the agenda

 

8.         Agenda items for future meetings

a)   Raised in public participation

b)   Raised by members

c)   Late items notified to the Clerk

 

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