MINUTES OF FOSDYKE PARISH COUNCIL MEETING HELD ON TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 3rd 2019 AT 7.30PM IN THE VILLAGE HALL COMMITTEE ROOM
Present: Cllr. J. Cropley Chairman
Cllr. Cooper BBC
10 members of the public
Wendy Depear Parish Clerk
Cllr. Howden Was late in arriving
79/19 Public Forum
The Chairman opened the meeting by explaining the procedure.
Concerns were raised regarding the planning application for 23 houses off Old Main Road, Fosdyke Parish Council have not received details of the application so a decision is not imminent, the public were reminded that if BBC refuse the application it can be overturned by the planning inspectorate.
80/19 Receipts of Declarations of interest in accordance with the requirements of the Localism Act 2011
81/19 Apologies for absence and the reasons given
Apologies were given by Cllr. C. Cropley & Cllr. Brookes.
82/19 Draft minutes of the meeting held on July 2nd to be approved as the minutes.
It was proposed by Cllr. Heathcote seconded by Cllr. Hussain that the minutes be signed.
83/19 Matters Arising
Cllr. J. Cropley thanked Cllr’s C. Cropley and Howden for erecting the passive speed signs.
84/19 Matters for the Police
There were no matters for the Police.
NatWest Bank statement on Reserve Account at July 1st, 2019 £12,430.05
BBC Electoral Role update September 2019
BBC – possible costs of a Parish Council Election
LALC - LALC’s Conference and AGM
86/19 Planning Application Application B/19/0256
Prior to the meeting the Clerk had distributed the particulars of the application.
B/19/0256 Internal alterations, replacement of vehicular hardstanding and the erection of demountable greenhouse and log store at 5, Middlecott Almshouses, Wash Road, Fosdyke, PE20 2DG
The application was discussed, and members had no objections.
B/19/0306 Change of use of residential dwelling to class C2 (care home) at Orchard View Cottage (Formerly White Cottage), Main Road, Algarkirk PE20 2BG
Fosdyke Parish Council discussed the application and has no objections but had concerns regarding the access direct to the A17 and asked if it would be possible to move the access to the layby, concerns were also raised regarding the amount of parking available on site.
87/19 Financial Matters – Cheques paid, and monies received from July 2nd 2019
01/08/19 288 LRSP Passive Signs 40.00
01/08/19 289 D. Martin Internal Audit 130.00
01/08/19 290 AM Appleby Grass Cutting - 2 cuts 170.00
01/08/19 291 LALC Local Council Review 17.50
02/08/19 292 AM Appleby Grass Cutting 85.00
03/09/19 294 AM Appleby Grass Cutting 85.00
03/09/17 295 Euro -Tech Website Maintenance 90.00
No monies were received
88/19 Information Boards
89/19 Community Garden
90/19 Matters Raised by Councillors
It was agreed to hold the litter pick on October 13th meeting at the Village Hall at 10.00am.
There being no further business the meeting closed at approx. 8.15pm.
The next meeting will be on Tuesday October 1st at 7.30pm in the meeting room at the Village Hall.