meeting of the Parish Council was held on Wednesday 13th October 2010 at in the Cator Hall
Mrs M Curry, Mr D Brozyna, Mrs S Wilson, Mr
R Brown, Cllr A Stewart, Cllr B Laughton and 4 Parishioners
Mr R Neale, Mr L Haslam
The minutes of the meeting held on 8th
September were read.It was proposed by
Mrs S Wilson, seconded by Mr R Brown and agreed unanimously that these be
signed as a true record.
Telephone Box Refurbishment Invoice – a letter was read out
from the contractor who refurbished the telephone box explaining the extra
work involved in the project.He is
to be asked to submit a new invoice.
Bus Shelter – the PC agreed unanimously to purchase two cork
boards for the bus shelter.
Recreation Ground Fence – a quotation for the work is still
awaited from a Southwell company.Other reputable companies are still being sought to quote for the
A617 Kirklington Road junction – Cllr Stewart had sent an e-mail copy from NCC
Highways Dept saying that the overgrown vegetation in this area was about
to be cut back.
towards Bilsthorpe – Mr Brozyna questioned the ownership of this land
where the trees are about to be cut back by West Coast Network
Services.Mrs Curry suggested Mr
Catchpole (Trees Officer NSDC) be asked for advice re trees requested in
return for those cut down.
PO in Cator Hall - Mr Brown reported that this will not now be
taking place as the Post Office are unable to find anyone to operate the
Parish Walkabout – Mrs Curry explained to the PC about our
Highway Liaison Officer, Jo Horton’s recent visit to the village.As a result a NCC Highways Task Force
will spend 2-3 days in Eakring tackling a series of tasks.
LIS Parking Scheme Triumph Close – the issue of parking on Kirklington Road was raised and the alternative of supplying parking bays on
Triumph Close suggested. Cllr Stewart said that although the LIS deadline
had passed at the end of September if the PC filled in an application form
ASAP he would submit it on behalf of the village.
Interpretation Board – this is due to be fitted in week
beginning 1st November.The company fitting it will allow time to try it either side of the
bench so people can gauge the best side for it to be sited.
Cllr Laughton and Cllr Stewart explained why they supported the
work of Recycling Ollerton and Boughton.Cllr Stewart said that if the PC were in favour of the scheme being
extended into Eakring, he would give a ‘one off’ grant to help the project
get started.The PC voted
unanimously that the scheme be extended to Eakring.
The PC discussed with Cllr Laughton the positive aspects to be
gained from talking directly to Mr C Walker, Head of Planning at
NSDC.The PC decided to invite Mr
Walker to the next PC meeting.
Mr Brozyna pointed out the dangerous nature of the last
junction from Bilsthorpe onto Eakring Road before the A614.This has
a give way marking rather than stop signs.Cllr Stewart agreed to raise the matter with the NCC Highways Dept.
NCC Gully Emptying/Cleansing Policy – the PC identified 6 sites
where drainage problems have occurred.
Ollerton and District CAB AGM 21st Oct 2010
Malcolm Lane Co – quote for street name sign posts
Signs of the Times – street name sign posts
British Recycled Products Co UK –
street name sign posts
NSDC Tree Works – Cherry Tree House, Back Lane
NSDC Standards Committee Agenda 15.9.10
NHS Extra Ordinary Board Meeting 11.10.10
Dura Sports Brochure
Notts Fire and Rescue Response Magazine
Mark Spencer MP Advice Surgeries
RCAN Notts AGM & Annual Report
Rural Voice Edition 12
Your Leisure Feb 11 – May 11
NSDC Annual Electoral Registration Poster
Notts Police Mobile Rural Contact Point, service
decommissioning and Commanders Update
NHS The Big Health Debate 14.10.10
NHS Newark Healthcare Review
Mobile Contact Point Poster
Application Number 10/01072/FULM
Formation of access track and siting of
temporary compound to service 3 wind turbines (amendment to previously approved
Land at Stonish Hill and Former Bilsthorpe
Colliery, Eakring Road, Bilsthorpe
Circulated and returned 9.9.10
For Nil, Against 7
Application Number 10/01301/FUL
Householder application for the erection of
a conservatory to rear elevation
Chapel House, Church Lane,
Circulated and returned 15.10.10
The following decision notices have been
Application Number 10/00860/FUL
Householder application for single storey
rear and first floor extensions
Laburnum House, Wellow Road,
Refuse full planning permission 6.9.10
Application Number 10/00967/FUL
Demolition of existing bungalow and
erection of 3 storey house (re-submission)
Southlands, School Lane,
Approve full planning permission 16.9.10
Application Number 10/00968/CAC
Demolition of bungalow
Southlands, School Lane,
Approve Conservation Area Consent 16.9.10
Mr Brown reported that there were a number
of bookings for the hall, including a 30 week course.
Mrs Curry suggested that Newark and Sherwood
Homes be contacted to see when the fence by the Triumph Close garages will be
Cator Hall Rent£32.50
(April – Sept)
Ollerton & District£30.00
It was proposed by Mr D Brozyna, seconded
by Mr R Brown and agreed unanimously that these accounts be paid.
The PC discussed the cutting down of trees on a piece of land
on Mill Lane.There had been
communications with Mr Catchpole, Tree Office at NSDC, who is monitoring
the situation.It was decided to
contact NSDC again to express the Parish Council’s concerns.
There being no further business the meeting
closed at .