Scarcroft Village Leeds
Scarcroft Village Leeds

 

SCARCROFT PARISH COUNCIL

Minutes of the Meeting of the Council held on Monday 20.3.17

at the Village Hall, Scarcroft at 8pm

PRESENT:       Councillors: P Swain (Chair), R Middleton, E Goodall,

 P Thompson, R Angus, A Marshall, P Campbell, B Murray

 IN ATTENDANCE:      G P Carter (Clerk)

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PUBLIC REPRESENTATIONS

A resident noted that agendas were not put on the website as pdf documents, and commented that no email communication had been sent out from the NDP group. He was advised that this group no longer exists, and that feedback of what was being done by consultant and PC was from the PC minutes.

Action

 

 

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APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

Apologies were received from Cllr J Wright

 

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DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST AND CONSIDERATION OF DISPENSATIONS

Cllr Marshall declared an interest in item 6a, and left the room whilst this was discussed.

 

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POLICE

A written report was received. There had been no reported crime in Scarcroft in February.

 

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TO CONSIDER APPROVAL of MINUTES of the MEETING held on Monday

20.2.17 at 8pm

Minutes approved and signed as a true record by the Chairman.

 

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PLANNING

  1. 17/00913/FU/NE – Wolinski Nursery, Bay Horse Lane- the PC support the application
  2. 17/01019/FU/NE – 7 Bracken Park – Replacement house with basement garage – no comments
  3. 17/01403/LI High Gables, Wetherby Road – listed building application for internal/external alterations including new access to ensuite; new fireplace and replacement windows; new external gate to boundary – no comments
  4. 17/01275/TR Oaklands Manor- TPO request – The PC commented that the trees should be replaced as appropriate
  5. 16/02453/FU Cllr Goodall had been contacted by a resident about an appeal against refusal of planning permission at 4 Scarcroft Grange. This was discussed by the council, and it was decided to make no comments and leave it to the Planning Inspectorate to decide on this matter

 

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ORGANISATIONAL MATTERS

  1. Resolved to accept insurance quote from Came & Co for the Village Hall.
  2. Resolved to register assets within the village for the Neighbourhood Plan– pub, golf club, cricket pitch and pavilion, Scarcroft Plantation, Pompocali. Advice to be sought from Mike Dando about how to do this.

 

Clerk

 

Clerk

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FINANCE 

  1. Resolved to pay accounts presented

              

               LCC                               Christmas tree and lights                            £1386.00

               Greenbarnes Ltd        Noticeboards                                                £3848.22

G P CarterSalary March£471.39

A Jackson Map printing£11.02

L A WalkerRoof and gutter cleaning£650.00

RMS JoineryReplace joists/flooring/ceiling tiles£2625.60

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G P CarterStamps, stationary£90.99

Came & CoVillage Hall insurance£179.72

C&C LandscapesPlayground£2490.00

   

  1. Receipts noted
  2. Balances noted

 

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DEVELOPMENT GROUP

  1. Playground - An update on progress was received, from Cllrs Goodall and Angus.

Issues had arisen with drainage and layout of the equipment. Following meetings with both contractors, further quotes were to be obtained for kerbing, gullies, land drains. Banking was to be removed, access ramp was to be removed and placed correctly, fence was to have 3 rails.

  1. NDP – a further meeting of the core group was held on 21.2.17, and feedback was given on the draft and policies still to be written. A written communication had been received about Wood Farm, and the council discussed what the NP will specify and how it will not prevent any person from applying for planning permission even if their property is not specifically listed in the plan. Cllr Murray had responded to an earlier communication on the same subject (email of 7.3.17) and will draft a response to the email of 16.3.17 and circulate for approval to councillors.

 

 

EG/RA

 

 

 

 

 

BM

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VILLAGE MATTERS

  1. Moss now removed from roof of village hall, down pipes and gutters cleared
  2. Grant Application had not been received from the Cricket Club
  3. Cllr Thompson was awaiting updated costing for village signs
  4. Village Hall - rotten joists had been replaced, floor had been repaired, and ceiling tiles replaced.

  

 

 

 

 

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NEXT MEETING 24.4 .17 at 8pm

There being no further business, the meeting closed at 10. 20pm.

 

 

 

………………………………………………………………………….   Chair

                                                      …………………………..   Date