Draft minutes of the meeting of Winstred Hundred Parish Council held at Abbotts Hall Farm, Great Wigborough at 7.30pm on Tuesday 9th October 2018.
Present: Jinny Gale, Clare Lauwerys, Wendy Ritherdon, Netty Knill-Jones, Liz Davidson, Robert Kean, John Walker, Phil Gladwin
Apologies for absence: David Taylor, Robert Davidson
Minutes of the last meeting was agreed by all and signed by the chairman
Zone Warden Report: None given. A letter will be sent to CBC to express our disappointment that the Zone Wardens are carrying out duties in the town centre that restrict their attendance of our meetings.
County and Borough Councillor Reports: None given
Public-Have Your Say: None
Declarations of Interest: None
|182030 (& 182031 Listed Building application)||Proposal: Construction of new vehicle access from Mersea Road, 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|
|182272||Proposal: Erection of single dwelling and garage. Resubmission of application no. 152149 approved on 30th Nov 2015 at Parmenter Farms Ltd. Green Farm, The Street, Salcott|
|181981||Proposal: Garden gym to be used by active family at 5 Butchers View, Church Road, Peldon|
|182375||Proposal: Garage for domestic use only at 2 Butchers View, Church Road, Peldon|
|101990||Tree and Lawn Company Ltd. – Salcott grass cut||£90.00|
|101991||R S Pullen – Clerk’s salary October||£439.73|
The next meeting will be on Tuesday 13th November 2018 at 7.30pm at Peldon and Wigboroughs Community Hall, Peldon and to note attendance of County Broadband
The Parish Council have had updates from both Essex Highways & Essex Police that might be of interest:
Kevin Bentley, Cabinet Member for Infrastructure, introduced the second edition of “Highways Highlights” which gives updates on: Continue reading
Draft minutes of the meeting of Winstred Hundred Parish Council held at Salcott Village Hall 7.30pm on Tuesday 11th July 2017.
Present: John Walker, Bob Holmes, Jinny Gale, Netty Knill-Jones, Robert Kean, Phil Gladwin (chair), Liz Davidson, Lynne Simmons, Andrew Ellis and 3 members of the public
Apologies for absence: Nicky Ellis, Robert Davidson
Minutes of the last meeting: were agreed by all and signed by the chairman
Zone Warden Report: None received
Borough Councillor Report: Certain matters already reported will be investigated further contacting ECC Highways Continue reading
Essex County Fire and Rescue Service wants your views on how it keeps you safe in your home and community.
Residents are being urged to have their say in the future redesign of Essex County Fire and Rescue Service (ECFRS), through a 12 week consultation that starts today (Monday June 15) and ends on Sunday September 6.
The consultation process, the main element of the Fire Authority’s Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP), aims to address several key issues impacting on the fire service such as the declining number of call-outs and the need to increase the focus on preventing fires and emergencies from happening.
It will also look at major issues such as response times, and the ambitious target of having a working smoke alarm in every Essex home.
Have your say here.
Baby and Toddler Rhymetime veteran volunteer Peter Cave is 91 and is living proof you are never too old to volunteer, Peter Cave has been volunteering at the Baby and Toddler Rhymetime session at Chelmsford Library since earlier in the year and intends to carry on his sterling singing and storytelling role after he turns 91 – why not get involved yourself?
Frozen prices, more options and an improved Meals on Wheels service is coming your way.
Essex County Council (ECC) took a decision that will see prices for Meals on Wheels frozen and the service improved, following today’s Cabinet meeting.
Go on an adventure in one of our country parks and send us a picture from your trip to win free parking for six months!
Colchester Local Highways Panel (LHP) is set to benefit from a £1million boost which will enable a variety of small highways schemes to get underway. Essex County Council is allocating the funding to Colchester LHP for 2015/16.
Projects will include upgrading the public footpath near Wivenhoe railway station to provide disabled access, building a new wooden bus shelter on St Ives Road in Peldon and pedestrian crossing improvements on Plume Avenue in Prettygate.