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PC Agenda 13th April 2021

WINSTRED HUNDRED PARISH COUNCIL

Peldon   Great Wigborough   Little Wigborough   Salcott   Virley

A meeting of Winstred Hundred Parish Council will be held via Zoom on Tuesday 13th April 2021 at 7.30 pm to which the Councillors are requested to attend and the public are welcome to participate.

The Zoom meeting details are: Meeting ID: 858 9125 9433 Passcode: pcapril

Apologies for absence:

Minutes of the last meeting:

County and Borough Councillor Reports:

Public-Have Your Say:

Declarations of Interest:

Items for Discussion

1.  Playgrounds and Playing Fields

  • Reports on both playgrounds and fields
  • Update on grants for funding the Peldon playground project.
  • Decision required: Any new measures required with regard to Covid-19 and current government guidelines

2.  Salcott Bus Stops and Footpaths

Following the parish council requesting that the bus stops at the Salcott crossroads are made accessible for wheelchair use we are pleased to say this work is now taking place.

  • Also following the parish council’s request footpath entrances and stiles are gradually being renewed and/or updated.

3.  May 2021 Annual Parish Assembly and Parish Council Meeting

  • To note change of date for this meeting from 11th May to 4th May.

4.  Actions and reminder List – update

Planning Applications:

210657Notification for Prior Approval for a proposed change of use of agricultural building to dwelling house (Class C3) and associated operational development at Nightingale Farm, School Lane, Great Wigborough – the parish council has no comments on this application
210624Prior approval of agricultural or forestry development – proposed building at Hill Farm, School Lane, Great Wigborough

Finances: Schedule for payments online:

EALC – & NALC subs£335.56
Tree & Lawn Company Ltd. – Salcott grass cut£96.00
R S Pullen – April salary£500.00
R S Pullen – Annual office expenses £250.00

 

The next meeting will take place on Tuesday 4th May 2021 at 7.30 pm via Zoom which will commence with the Annual Parish Assembly

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Speeding Through our Villages

Speed limit through WigboroughsSpeeding Through our Villages

The Parish Council has organised a public meeting on Monday 22nd July addressing speeding between Peldon Rose and Salcott crossroads.

Kevin Bentley, of Essex County Council, will chair the meeting.  A senior and very experienced Highways Officer will accompany Kevin to explain Continue reading

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Vacancies for Parish Councillors, what is it like being one?

Lord Kitchener appealing for residents to help fill parish council vacanciesVacancies exist for Parish Councillors, what is it like being one?

To see the answer, Nicky Ellis describes her experiences below; first to the issue at hand.  Following the May meeting, there is one Parish Councillor vacancy for Peldon and three vacancies for Salcott and Virley.

Notices will be displayed in due course, the closing date for applications is 5th June.

For more details, or to apply, please telephone our Secretary Sue Pullen on 01206 735367 or email [email protected] Continue reading

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England Coast Path Comes to Winstred 100

England Coast Path - Salcott to Jaywick

England Coast Path – Salcott to Jaywick

England Coast Path Comes to Winstred Hundred

Natural England has recently started to look at how access to the Essex coast can be improved as part of the England Coast Path Project.   This project will create a new long-distance trail that, once completed, will allow people to walk around the whole of the English coast.  Once complete, the England Coast Path will bring significant benefits to the coastal economy, providing a vital lifeline for local businesses such as shops, hotels and pubs.

Work has recently started to extend the path along the Essex coast from Burnham-on-Crouch to Manningtree and the project team are now in the process of talking to those who may be affected by the stretch between Salcott and Jaywick which, it is hoped, could be open by the summer of 2018.  There will be opportunities to attend a number of drop-in sessions and anybody interested in the project is invited to attend any of these events:

Colne Estuary near Brightlingsea

Colne Estuary near Brightlingsea

  • East Mersea Village Hall, East Road, East Mersea, CO5 8TQ
    Wednesday 24/02/2016
    14:00 – 18:00
  • Fingringhoe Village Hall, South Green Rd, Fingringhoe, CO5 7BH
    Saturday 27/02/2016
    9.30 – 12:30
  • Peldon Village Hall, Church Road, Peldon, CO5 7PT
    Thursday 03/03/2016
    14:00 – 18:00
  • Tollesbury Community Centre, East Street, Tollesbury, CM9 8QD
    Tuesday 08/03/2016
    16:30 – 20:00
  • Mersea Centre, 38a High Street, West Mersea, CO5 8QA
    Friday 11/03/2016
    14:00 – 18:00

To find out more about the project check out the leaflet below or visit their website:

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PC Minutes 8th December 2015

WINSTRED HUNDRED PARISH COUNCIL

Peldon   Great Wigborough   Little Wigborough   Salcott   Virley

Website: www.winstred100.org

Draft minutes of the meeting of Winstred Hundred Parish Council held at Salcott Village Hall at 7.30pm on Tuesday 8th December 2015

Present: Liz Davidson, Jinny Gale, Lynne Simmons, Phil Gladwin, Netty Knill-Jones, Andrew Ellis and one member of the public

Apologies for absence: Bob Holmes, Nicky Ellis, John Walker, Robert Davidson, Kevin Bentley

Minutes of the last meeting were agreed by all and signed by the chairman

Zone Wardens Report: None received

Borough Councillor: Both pot holes and the dipped road either side of the bridge in Mill Lane will be looked into.  All missing road signs will be followed up yet again.

Public-Have Your Say: None

Declarations of Interest: None

Items for Discussion

1.   Neighbourhood Watch:  Having received a small interest the people concerned will be given the information from the representative who attended our meeting to follow up further if they so wish.

2.   Playgrounds and Playing Fields:  The Community Group has carried out some really excellent clearance work on Moss Hay and will be coming again to finish. Peldon Village Hall is needed for these workers and a charge at normal rate will follow.  The footpath is looking much better as a result and refurbishment is thought not be necessary for the time being. Costing for the renewal of Salcott playground fencing is still being investigated.

3.   Salcott Flooding:  Following much correspondence and a meeting with the Environment Agency they have effectively said there is no problem.  Clearing the creek is the responsibility of neighbouring landowners who must inform the Environment Agency before carrying out any such works. The Parish Council has written to Colchester Borough Council requesting that they take into account our thoughts and concerns on this matter when constructing the new Local Plan. Having brought this to the attention of all appropriate bodies the Parish Council has explored all avenues on this matter and feels that it is unable to do any more at this time.

4.   Total Transport Project/FutureGov:  The Parish Council had previously organized a shopping bus for residents who do not have their own means of transport but this was not sufficiently used. Fortunately some people are frequently helped out by kind hearted neighbours. A scheme providing tokens for taxis for people unable to get to doctors’ appointments etc. used to be available and will be looked into to see if it or something similar is still on-going.

5.   Bus Timetable Changes/Transportation Meeting Representative:  Although the bus timetable alterations and lack of reasonable notification were considered extremely inconvenient for some people the bus companies can and do change them periodically as they feel fit in order to make connections with other routes. Transportation Meetings will continue to be attended by our representative where concerns can be aired.

6.   Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities:  Requirements for the Transparency Code were discussed and some aspects of this are already in place and others will be addressed shortly including that any correspondence, planning notifications or invoices that arrive after the agenda has been published and displayed will not be included until the following month. Also we are waiting for Essex Association of Local Councils to produce their model template for Data Protection.  

7.   Actions and Reminders List – updated and including that the website has suffered problems that are currently being addressed.

Planning Decisions:

152170Proposal: Living room and bedroom extension at Fourways Farm, Barnhall Road, Salcott
Refused
152121Proposal: Outline application for a proposed 3 bedroom dwelling at site adjacent Peartree Cottage, Rose Lane, Salcott – Approve conditional
152149Proposal: Erection of single dwelling and garage at Green Farm, The Street, Salcott – Approve conditional
152302Proposal: Variation of Condition 2 of Planning Permission 150866 in order to add drawing nos. 563-4 and 563-5 and omit drawing nos. GHP/HP/15/01 and GHP/HP/15/02 at Hosplant Ltd. Unit 1 – Approve conditional

Finances:

101855Business Services at CAS Ltd. – Insurance£1,102.31
101856R S Pullen – December salary£375.65
101857Society of Local Council Clerks – annual subs£69.87
101858Peldon PCC – mag entries£250.00
101859Tollesbury PCC – mag entries£70.00
101860Mr B Gooding – play insp£30.00
101861T Simmons – play insp£30.00
101862R Davidson & Son – Moss Hay grass cuts x 8£432.00

The next meeting will be on Tues 12th January 2016 at 7.30pm at Abbotts Hall Farm, Great Wigborough

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PC Agenda 8th December 2015

WINSTRED HUNDRED PARISH COUNCIL

Peldon   Great Wigborough   Little Wigborough   Salcott   Virley

A meeting of Winstred Hundred Parish Council will be held at Salcott Village Hall at 7.30pm on Tuesday 8th December 2015

Apologies for absence: Bob Holmes, Nicky Ellis, John Walker, Robert Davidson,

Minutes of the last meeting

Zone Wardens Report

Borough and County Councillors

Public-Have Your Say

Declarations of Interest

Items for Discussion

1.   Neighbourhood Watch

  • To note any interest in setting up a scheme in any of our villages following the request for coordinators?
  • Decision required: Should we take this any further at this time and if so how?

2.   Playgrounds and Playing Fields

  • Reports on both play areas and fields
  • Any work completed or ongoing including Community Group work on Moss Hay
  • Decision required: Is there anything that needs immediate attention?

3.   Salcott Flooding

  • To note any recent correspondence on the matter
  • To note our letter sent to all authoritative personnel at CBC expressing our concerns and requests to be considered in the new CBC Local Plan
  • Decision required: What further action can the PC take at this time?

4.   Total Transport Project/FutureGov

  • Improving transport availability and communication
  • Decision required: Should we engage with them and possibly invite someone to a meeting to discuss our residents travel needs? 

5.   Bus Timetable Changes/Transportation Meeting Representative

  • Discuss lack of notification and changes to Peldon bus service
  • Note our current representative for attendance to meetings
  • Decision required: What action should we take other than attend meetings?

6.   Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities

  • Discuss the new legislation requirements and how we will address them
  •  Decision required: Agree on what is appropriate for us in order to comply fully.

7.   Actions and Reminders List – update

Correspondence:

  • Bradwell Local Community Liaison Council (LCLC) Meetings- Bob will be our representative and attend meetings next year enabling the PC to keep abreast of the situation and our residents informed.

Planning Decisions:

152170 Proposal: Living room and bedroom extension at Fourways Farm, Barnhall Road, Salcott
Refused
152121 Proposal: Outline application for a proposed 3 bedroom dwelling at site adjacent Peartree Cottage, Rose Lane, Salcott – Approve conditional

Finances:

101855 Business Services at CAS Ltd. – Insurance£1,102.31
101856 R S Pullen – December salary£375.65
101857 Society of Local Council Clerks – annual subs£69.87

The next meeting will be on Tues 12th January 2016 at 7.30pm at Abbotts Hall Farm, Great Wigborough

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PC Minutes 10th November 2015

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 10th November 2015

Present: Nicky Ellis, Bob Holmes, Jinny Gale, Lynne Simmons, Phil Gladwin, John Walker, Netty Knill-Jones, Andrew Ellis, Kevin Bentley and 5 members of the public

Apologies for absence: Liz Davidson, Robert Davidson

Minutes of the last meeting were agreed by all and signed by the chairman

Zone Wardens Report: None received

Borough Councillor: The S106 monies from new build at Salcott can be allocated for funding the new fencing required for the play area. A troublesome issue at Salcott is being dealt with appropriately.

County Councillor: Government Flood Defence Funding is being looked into with regard to the problem at Salcott and Virley (Item 3). The LHP meeting has been postponed but when resumed an application for speed assessment strips for the 3 roads in Peldon will be considered. The road over the bridge in Mill Lane will be looked into for repair. Highways are ready with salt/grit for any forthcoming bad weather. The government are looking at devolution thus enabling parish councils to authorise local jobs carried out at local level.

Public-Have Your Say: None

Declarations of Interest: Lynne with regard to any work requested from Terry

  1. Neighbourhood Watch: There has been no further interest but more advertising and enquiries will be made.  
  2. Playgrounds and Playing Fields –hedge trimming on Salcott meadow is required and Terry will carry out the work for little cost. The Community Group has been successfully contacted and they will be carrying out several outstanding jobs for us at Peldon.
  3. Salcott Flooding – some correspondence has followed, also note County Councillor report above.
  4. S106 Monies and Borough Councillor Fund – ideas were considered
  5. Process for agreeing the Parish Council planning comments – updating our previous guidelines we will endeavor to make a more streamline approach to finalizing our responses to CBC. Planning training organized by CBC will be attended in the near future.
  6. Abberton Reservoir Rights of Way – meeting was attended and a summary of all the findings will follow in the magazine. The Parish Council expressed huge thanks to John for all his hard work on this matter including negotiating with various landowners and groups to obtain all possible throughways and the majority of objectives have been met.
  7. Bus Service Questionnaire – owing to proposed changes to the Peldon bus service the questionnaire was agreed to be filled in as follows ‘Regular bus services in the evening are key for people returning from work and leisure to rural areas, falling into Essex County Council priorities 1 & 2. Reduction of these services can only reduce safety and security for passengers as well as sustainability of our communities’.
  8. Winstred100 Website has been hacked and to alleviate this problem our operator has suggested changing to WordPress at an approximate cost of £250 which was agreed by all having allocated the funds for this type of event some years ago using the Abberton Reservoir Expansion Grant set aside for website updating.
  9. Actions and Reminders List – updated including resurfacing of Footpath 13 to be chased up.

Planning Applications:

152293 Proposal: Single storey side extension at Elm Tree Cottage, Church Road, Peldon
152363 Proposal: Insertion of windows and doors into existing garage structure with alterations and ground floor extension to provide ancillary accommodation for dependent relatives (resubmission of application no. 151111) at Bucklands, Copt Hall Lane, Little Wigborough
152302 Proposal: Variation of condition 2 of planning permission 150866 in order to add drawing nos. 563-4 & 563-5 and omit drawing nos. GHP/HP/15/01 & GHP/HP/15/02 at Hosplant Ltd. Unit 1, St Ives Farm, St Ives Road, Peldon
152318 Proposal: Vehicle access to and from highway at The Bungalow, Mersea Road, Peldon

Planning Decisions:

151918 Proposal: Double garage sited in front of dwelling and rear extension orangery/garden room at Longacre, School Lane, Great Wigborough – Approve conditional

Finances:

101852 R S Pullen – November salary£375.65
101853 Mr B Gooding – play insp£30.00
101854 T Simmons – play insp£30.00

The next meeting will be on Tues 8th December 2015 at 7.30pm at Salcott Village Hall

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