/ Parish Council / 2006 Minutes / August 2006



CREECH ST MICHAEL PARISH COUNCIL
Minutes of a meeting held at 7pm on 7 August 2006
in the Lower Committee Room of the Village Hall.

 

Present: E Webb (Chairman), P Cllrs R Farrow, A Bishop, T Carter, K Cooper, S Cooper, D Durdan, S Holdaway, R Jeanes, G Lucas & R Rooke. Mr B Rowlinson and C Cllr Clarke also attended.

 

1035. Chairman’s Welcome: The Chairman welcomed those present and the meeting proceeded at 7.00pm.

 

1036. Apologies : No apologies were received.

 

1037. Creech St Michael Recreation Field Management Committee : Mr Rowlinson stated that he had 9 paid up members of the lotto so far and was confident of obtaining around 30. The first draw would be at the end of September. It was proposed, seconded & agreed by a vote of 9-2 that the PC will order from DLO and pay for the realignment of the soccer pitch at a cost of £386. A councillor had sourced an alternative supply of treated bark for the children’s’ play area at a reasonable price and would liaise with Mr Rowlinson over this. They would also confer over getting the steel container delivered shortly.

 

1038 . Accounts : Bills to be paid. The Clerk having checked the invoices, it was proposed, seconded & unanimously agreed that the following amounts be paid: Clerk’s expenses - £120.47, Clerk’s Salary - £410.37 (inc 13.53 overtime), Post Office Telephone - £40.48, Zion Baptist Church (hall hire) - £14.00, Zurich Insurance - £508.91. Regarding the Clerk’s expenses, these included broadband charges from March-July of £74.95. This account is in her name with direct debit from her account, but she felt that publishing her bank statement each month would be intrusive. She would obtain advice from SALC about this and report back.

 

1039(a) Planning Applications received:

Date

Ref

Application

Recommendation

01.08.06

14.2006/029

Erection of detached garage and store with hobby room above at Lashpool Bungalow, Charlton, CSM

It was unanimously agreed that this application be supported

29.06.06

14/2006/021

Erection of 1 storey extension to industrial building at Creech Mill, Mill Lane, CSM

It was unanimously agreed that this application be supported

18.07.06

14/2006/024LB

Conversion of bedroom into bathroom and installation of an en-suite within an existing bedroom at Court Barton, Bull St, CSM

It was unanimously agreed that this application be supported provided that Listed Building regs are adhered to.

06.07.06

14/2006/025

Erection of 1 storey extension to rear of dwelling at 12 Heathfield Close, Cr Heathfield

Cllr Webb did not take part in discussion or voting. It was agreed by a vote of 10 with 1 abstention that this application be supported.

07.07.06

14/2006/027

Erection of single storey extensions including conservatories and new roof at Lashpool Bungalow, Charlton, CSM

It was unanimously agreed that this application be supported

01.08.06

14/2006/030

Conversion of barn to dwelling at Durmans Farm, Charlton, CSM

It was agreed by a vote of 10-1 that this application be supported provided that TDBC consider the barn suitable for conversion and that it must be used for domestic residential purposes only.

8.20pm C Cllr Clarke arrived.

 

1039(b) Other Planning Matters

Date

Ref

Application

Comment

19.06.06

14/2006/008

Erection of 1 st floor extension at 83 Tristram Drive, CSM

Permission granted

12.07.06

14/2006/022

Erection of 1 storey extension for storage at CSM Village Hall

Permission granted

24.07.06

14/2006/026

Erection of garage/store at Flightline, Adsborough

Permission granted

25.07.06

14/2006/022LB

Replacement of glass tiles with conservation metal windows in roof of converted barn at Rock House, Adsborough

Permission refused

01.08.06

14/2005/039

Planning Inspectorate – Appeal refusal of application to erect bungalow on land to the south of 3 Francis Close, Cr Heathfield

Appeal allowed

Cllr Clarke stated that glossy brochures received about the Monkton Heathfield development may be direct from the developers, not from the Local Authorities.

 

The meeting closed at 7.58pm.