Draft minutes of the meeting of Winstred Hundred Parish Council held at Peldon and Wigboroughs Community Hall 7.30pm on Tuesday 12th February 2019.
Present: Netty Knill-Jones, Clare Lauwerys, Jinny Gale, Phil Gladwin, Wendy Ritherdon, Robert Kean, Liz Davidson, Dave Taylor, Robert Davidson, Andrew Ellis, Zone Warden and 3 members of the public
Apologies for absence: John Walker
Minutes of the last meeting were agreed by all and signed by the chairman
Zone Warden Report: The Great British Spring Clean will be held from 22nd March to 23rd April this year and volunteers are invited to join in in any way they can, form a group, or go out alone or contact the Zone Warden for joining other groups and all necessary equipment can be provided.
Litter Warriors for litter picking throughout the year are always required and again equipment will be provided. Volunteers can contact the clerk for their name to be passed on and added to the list.
Prosecutions have taken place recently for both fly tipping and dog fouling.
Refuse receptacles can be obtained at Abberton and Langenhoe Village Hall the first Wednesday of the month from 10 to 11am.
Borough Councillor Report: Colchester Borough Council meet next week to decide council tax for beginning in May and a rise of 3% is expected.
The Draft CBC Local Plan Part 1 has been suspended until extra evidence is produced hopefully by the autumn which must happen before Part 2 can be accepted.
ECC Libraries consultation is still on-going and a decision will be made in June.
Public-Have Your Say: County Broadband meetings about fibre – more at item 5.
Declarations of Interest: None
|183127||Proposal: Conversion of existing vehicle repair and agricultural buildings to a single dwelling at Lovedowns Farm Barns, Barnhall Road, Salcott|
|190077||Proposal: Remediation: removal and reinstatement of Kerosene contaminated brickwork and subfloor materials, installation of gas resistant membrane and passive vent system at Church Cottage, Church Road, Peldon|
|190170||Proposal: Construction of extension to existing B2 industrial building at Hosplant Ltd. Unit 1, St Ives Farm, St Ives Road, Peldon|
|182823 & 182816||Proposal: Reinforcement of timber frame to barn and installation of new oil fuel storage tank at New Hall, Copt Hall Lane, Little Wigborough – Approve conditional|
|182030 & 182031||Proposal: Construction of new driveway to Rose barn and construction of new wall to the garden of the Peldon Rose Public House, landscaping and ancillary works at Rose Barn, Mersea Road, Peldon – Approve conditional|
|102010||Mr T Newman – playground inspections x 4||£120.00|
|102011||R S Pullen – Clerk’s February salary||£439.73|
The next meeting will be on Tuesday 12th March 2019 at 7.30pm at Salcott Village Hall
A meeting of Winstred Hundred Parish Council will be held at Peldon and Wigboroughs Community Hall 7.30pm on Tuesday 12th February 2018 to which the Councillors are summoned to attend.
Apologies for absence:
Minutes of the last meeting:
Zone Warden Report:
County and Borough Councillor Reports:
Public-Have Your Say:
Declarations of Interest:
WINSTRED HUNDRED PARISH COUNCIL
Peldon Great Wigborough Little Wigborough Salcott Virley
Draft minutes of the meeting of Winstred Hundred Parish Council held at Peldon Village Hall at 7.30pm on Tuesday 14th April 2015
Present: Jinny Gale, Lynne Simmons, Phil Gladwin, Nicky Ellis, Netty Knill-Jones, John Walker, Robert Davidson and 5 members of the public
Apologies for absence: Bob Holmes, Rob Surface, Andrew Ellis, Kevin Bentley
Minutes of the last meeting were agreed by all and signed by the chairman
Zone Wardens – are on a severe dog fouling campaign and have approximately 60 prosecutions pending at present. Any sightings and/or information of culprits should be reported to our Zone Warden on 07967 692030.
Ditch clearance of debris and rubbish is the responsibility of the landowner and we would request that this is carried out in all our villages in a bid for efficient water flow and pleasant viewing for all. Residents forming groups for litter picking are encouraged by the Zones Wardens who will assist with equipment etc.
Borough Councillors: The LCM (Local Community Meetings which replaces the NAP) was attended at West Mersea Town Council offices where two Police were in attendance and a Zone Warden. These are held about every 6-8 weeks and there is an Action List so that matter of concern to the parish council can be added. To remind everyone for matters of an urgent nature 999 should be phoned or for non-urgent matters 101.
Recycling bags are now being delivered but if you have not received them by the end of May ring CBC on 282700 during the first 2 weeks of June.
Following the Boundary Commission’s Electoral Review of Colchester the boundaries for us have not changed, Peldon is in Mersea and Pyefleet, the Wigboroughs, Salcott and Virley are in Marks Tey and Layer. Final Recommendations http://consultaion.lgbce.org.uk
Public-Have Your Say: Rubbish is often put out the night before the collection day and, owing to various wildlife, is sometimes ripped apart and strewn all along the road and ditches. The Parish Council would request that rubbish is put out on the day of collection before 7am as advised by CBC. Identifiable names and addresses from any such litter will be passed on to the Zone Wardens. Bag hoops were requested for assisting with litter picking by our Peldon volunteers. The fingerpost at the Old Kings Head junction needs to be reinstated very soon in a bid to prevent more accidents happening there. Anyone can report highways defects on the ECC website www.essex.gov.uk ‘Report a highway problem’ or for an emergency problem ring 0845 603 7631.
Enquiries were made about the opening of a footpath in Peldon and we are advised that it will be sometime in the future when hedges have grown up. It was reported that horse riding had taken place on this footpath but this should not have happened. The footpath in question will be brought up at the next Abberton Reservoir Rights of Way meeting.
The Parish Council gives its full backing and support to the new Peldon Village Hall plans and submits them to CBC. John proposed, Nicky seconded and all agreed except Phil and Jinny who declared an interest and took no part in the decision.
Thanks were expressed to Robert for all his help and work on the village hall site in readiness for the new building, who in turn expressed that it was a good team effort.
The hedge fronting Peldon Farm houses will be managed to keep it in good order.
Declarations of Interest: Phil and Jinny as members of the Wigboroughs Village Hall Management Committee.
1. Salcott Flooding: Phone calls have taken place between the PC and Environment Agency and with information to be collated EA will be in touch in due course for the next stage of action.
2. Playgrounds and Playing Fields: No report from Peldon but this will be chased up. The basketball pad at Salcott is cracked and will be addressed shortly. The annual inspection will be taking place soon and will include the new equipment.
3. Affordable Housing: It was agreed that it was a too early for another survey to be carried out now and we will revisit the matter in a few years’ time with a possible survey that suits our particular villages. RCCE will be contacted accordingly.
4. Footpaths in Peldon: We are receiving ECC assistance with surfacing footpath 13 (Church Road to St Ives Road) and the Moss Hay footpath will also be addressed in the near future.
5. Speed Watch in Peldon: Is still taking place for possible useful data.
6. Co-opting a Peldon Councillor: We have received interest from one person, Liz Davidson, who will be gladly welcomed and co-opted onto the parish council at the May meeting.
7. Abberton Reservoir: Completion work still takes place behind the scenes. The Grand Opening is in June when Sir David Attenborough will be the opening guest.
8. Broadband: More are being connected and the launch at Salcott and Virley will follow soon.
9. Actions and Reminders List: Updated and to include that owing to unforeseen circumstances an alternative internal auditor will be sought this year.
1. Salcott resident phone call on various issues was noted but a letter is required for matters to be considered for any further action.
|150358||Proposal: Gable to existing roof side elevation to improve feasibility loft area enlarging bedroom slightly at Fourways Farm, Barnhall Road, Salcott|
|150625||Proposal: Removal of 3 no. existing barns/piggeries and hard standing to be replaced with a re-sited proposed feed and storage barn at The Grove, Maldon Road, Great Wigborough|
|150112||Proposal: Demolition of existing ground floor extension. Erection of two storey rear extension and first floor side extension at 6 Peldon Crescent, Mersea Road, Peldon||Approve conditional|
|146271 (& 150092 Listed Building application)||Proposal: Installation of 3KW solar photo voltaic system 2 rows of 6 panels located on inner west and inner east facing pitches of a M roof at Malting Cottage, Malting Road, Peldon||Approve conditional|
|150363||Proposal: 2 storey extension to provide ground WC utility and study, first floor bedroom and ensuite. Demolition of existing garage and external WC at 2 Sharlands Row, The Street, Salcott||Approve conditional|
|146351||Proposal: Erection of detached two and a half storey dwelling with all habitable accommodation at first and second floor levels at Salcot Cottages, The Street, Salcott||Approve conditional|
|101824||R S Pullen – April salary||£375.65|
|101825||R S Pullen – office expenses- heat light, etc||£250.00|
|101826||Peldon Village Hall – hire||£80.00|
|101827||CALC – annual subs||£35.00|
|101828||T Simmons – play insp, grass cut, Peldon hedge planting||£135.00|
The next meeting will be on Tues 12th May 2015 at 7.30pm at Salcott Village Hall which will also be the Annual Assembly Meeting