Parish Council News
A meeting of the Parish Council took place on Wednesday, 12 th April 2006 at 7.30pm in Cator Hall
Mr D Walker, Mr R Neale, Mr D Brozyna, Mr R Howes, Mrs M Curry, Mrs M Stokes, Mr F Cooper and 5 parishioners.
The minutes of the meeting held on 8 th March were read. It was proposed by Mrs M Curry, seconded by Mr D Brozyna and agreed unanimously that these be signed as a true record. The minutes of the meeting held on 20 th March were then read. Mr R Neale proposed, Mr R Howes seconded with all in agreement that these be signed as a true record.
Emergency Plan. Updated information outlined. Clerk to contact parishioners on existing plan to confirm still OK and others were replacements are required,
Litter Hit Squad. Mr D Walker confirmed that they were expected w/c 17.04 and would cover all roads in Parish. If any areas are missed they will return to clear. Bilsthorpe Household Waste and Recycling Centre expected to open in June.
The following items were discussed:
The following items were received and circulated:
The following planning applications were received:
Application Number 06/00473/FUL
Camelot, Back Lane
Demolition of existing W.C., utility and conservatory.
Rebuild with pitched roof over existing dining room.
Circulated and returned 30.3.06.
For 7, Against 0
Application Number 06/00556/FUL
Land off Church Lane
Proposed residential development 3 new detached dwellings
Discussed at meetings
For 7, Against 0 Returned 13.4.06
The following decision notices were received:
Application Number 06/00056/FUL
Barns at Chestnut Farm, Wellow Road
Conversion to form offices
Approve full planning permission
Application Number 06/00008/FUL
Hollies Barn Church Lane
Erection of stainless steel flue to north elevation
Refuse full planning permission
The following notice of appeal was received:
Application Number 05/02386/FUL
Land adjacent Hollies Farm
Erection of one dwelling house
Appeal Ref. No. APP/B3030/A/06/2009761
Work on bar continues. Working Party arranged for April 22 nd . Aim to lay membrane and gravel outside area. Fence and gate to be erected. Garden Society have been approached for help. Rental charges increased from May 1 st . New hourly rate £5.
Nothing to report.
NCC mowing (4 cuts) £95.40
Cator Hall rent (Oct-Mar) £24.50
Clerk's Expenses £45.54
Clerk's Salary £317.00
It was proposed by Mr R Neale, seconded by Mr R Howes with all in agreement that these accounts be paid.
Any other business
that he would not be able to speak at the Planning Meeting because it was alleged he had a prejudicial interest (Rufford Golf Club). Cllr N Armstrong would therefore speak.
NCC formally asked N&SDC to carefully consider whether the benefits of the development towards renewable energy targets would not be outweighed by the detrimental visual and other impacts on local communities.
Members of the Planning Committee were taken to a site of non-geared turbines where overall turbine height was 60 metres . Mr R Howes asked that in the light of this information our representations should be monitored. It was agreed there needed to be a co-ordinated response with the District Councillor to ensure all areas of concern were covered.
There being no further business the meeting closed at 8.50pm .
Next meeting scheduled for May 10 th following the Annual Parish Meeting and the Annual Parish Council Meeting ( 7.30pm start).
Signed D. Walker 10 th May 06