WINSTRED HUNDRED PARISH COUNCIL
Peldon Great Wigborough Little Wigborough Salcott Virley
A meeting of Winstred Hundred Parish Council will be held at Peldon Village Hall at 7.30pm on Tuesday 12th July 2011.
Apologies for absence:
Minutes of the last meeting
Public-Have Your Say
Declarations of Interest
Items for Discussion
1. Reports from Parish Councillors having taken a special interest in:
? Accounts and Finances
? Playgrounds (see item 5)
? Discussion on courses that are available at Great Dunmow in the next few months and reminder for councillors attending the Essex Broadband Conference 18th July
? 1st Decision required: What courses and taken by whom do we feel are important
? 2nd Decision required: Do we wish to take up the offer and cost of EALC courses carried out locally?
3. Salcott Meadow/Creek
? Report on action to date and correspondence received from authoritative bodies so far re suggestions of fencing along the creek edge
? Decision required: Any further action we feel necessary at this time?
? Reports for crimes for the last two months and news that NAPS meetings will cease as they were thought to be of little use as we all have a good relationship with our officers
? Decision required: Any crimes we feel we should report?
5. Playgrounds and Salcott meadow grass cutting
? Report on both playgrounds and progress to date on work at Salcott playground
? Decision required: Any further jobs that need doing now?
? Decision required: Do we need to make adjustments as to how and when the grass is cut?
6. Declaration of Acceptance of Office book
? The old book started in 1972 is full
? Decision required: Do we wish to purchase a new book with double the number of entries for £105 or increase the life of the old book?
7. Rural Community Council of Essex – yearly membership of £55
8. Bus stop at Peldon
9. Wigboroughs Village Hall
10. Abberton Reservoir Liaison Meeting
11. Spending – some retrospectively
12. Actions and Reminders List
111082 Proposal: Removal of existing conservatory and replace with extension to existing kitchen. Side extension to include new side entrance and boot room. Replacement of existing windows to part north elevation. Erection of new rear all glass extension at New Hall, Copt Lane, Little Wigborough
111083 Proposal: Listed building application as above
111119 Proposal: Omission of previously approved conservatory (ref F/COL/07/0072) and replace with single storey rear/side extension
111120 Proposal: Listed building application as above
Notice of Planning Decisions:
110636 Proposal: Erection of 50cm freesat dish on chimney facing east, top to be less than 60cm above ridge of roof. Resubmission of 110185 at Sampton Wick Wigborough Road, Peldon – Permission Granted
101611 – St Mary’s the Virgin, Peldon PCC – churchyard upkeep £200.00
101612 – Gt & Lt Wigborough PCC – churchyards upkeep £400.00
101613 – Salcott PCC – churchyard upkeep £200.00
101614 – Gt & Lt Wigborough Village Hall – remainder of grant £4635.63
101615 – R S Pullen – clerk’s fee for July £353.53
101616 – G B Sport & Leisure – swing seats £82.80
The next meeting will be held at Salcott Village Hall on Tues 13th September 2011 at 7.30pm
From July 1st, Essex Police becomes one of the first forces to switch to the new, national, police non-emergency 101 telephone number (replacing 0300 333 4444). You can use this number if you need to contact Essex Police about any non-emergency crime issue, to contact your local Neighbourhood Policing Team, to seek crime prevention or personal safety advice, contact your nearest police station or to speak to us about any other non-emergency issue.
Please be assured that the emergency 999 number remains. unchanged and should continue be used if you have an emergency
Essex Police is currently undergoing a major change programme in order to save money, whilst continuing to provide a first class service to the public, and has already begun to make positive changes. The views of those who visit, live or work in Essex are extremely important to Essex Police and Essex Police Authority to enable them to take this programme forward and they would therefore be grateful if you could take a couple of minutes to answer the questions in their public on-line survey. To do this, please go to www.essex.police.uk/authority and click on the Reform Survey link which will take you into the survey, or go directly to www.surveymonkey.com/s/7GSFLG5. This public survey is open to everyone and they are committed to seeking the views of as many people across Essex as they can and hope representation will be wide and varied. So, if you know of someone who you think might be interested in having their say and making a difference in their community, could you please take a moment to pass these details on to them and ask them to do the same with their contacts?