SOUTH CAVE PARISH COUNCIL

 

15th June 2009

 

The Meeting of South Cave Parish Council took place in the Town Hall, 42 Market Place, South Cave commencing at 7:00pm

 

Present:            Cllrs Harrison (Chair), Barnett, Lenton, Manley, M Turner, L Turner,

        Munby

        Ward Councillor Rita Hudson

                        Special Sergeant Howard Waudby

        Mrs K Cooper – Clerk

        5 members of the public       

 

Public Forum

(i)A suggestion that a bin for the lay-by near the cemetery is needed.  This is to be taken

 up with ERYC.

 (ii)The inactivity of the Parish Council Website was mentioned.  The Clerk advised that

  steps to rectify this are currently in hand.

 (iii)Parking on grass verges was brought to the Councils attention.  This is to be dealt

  with during the Street Scene visit on 9th July 2009.

 

3290609  Apologies for absence

    Cllr Manley proposed that apologies be accepted from Cllr Marsh, Cllr Jamieson and

    Cllr Kelly, seconded Cllr Harrison, All in favour.

  

3300609  Ward Councillors Reports (For Information Only)

                Ward Cllr Hudson reported a request had been made from a resident regarding a

                ‘No Ball Games’ sign in Jobsons Close.

 

3310609   Approval of Previous Meetings Minutes, 18th May 2009

                 Cllr Barnett proposed that the minutes of the meeting of 18th May 2009 be approved

                 and entered into records, as a true and accurate record, seconded Cllr Manley, All in

                 favour.

 

3320609   Matters Arising

                 There were no matters arising.

 

3330609   Declarations of Interest           

(i)Upon co-option to Council, Mr Munby declared a personal interest in minute

 reference: 13(i), due to the property being his.

 

3340609   Police Matters

                (i)Special Sergeant Waudby reported that there were 10 crimes including 3 criminal                damage, 1 theft, 1 burglary dwelling, 3 burglaries other and 2 harassment offences.

(ii)The Council noted the minutes from the Police and Partners Community Forum 14th May 2009.

(iii)The Council noted correspondence from ERYC re Tackling Anti Social Behaviour and details are to be placed in the notice boards and in the newsletter for residents.

 

 

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 (iv)Measures to address speeding along Ferry Road are to be put in place over the

 next few weeks by the local Police Team and the results are to be included in the

 July newsletter

 

3350609    Co-option of Councillor from casual vacancy

                  (i)As the Parish has not called a poll, the Council considered an application received

                   for co-option to Council.  Cllr M Turner proposed that Mr R Munby be co-opted to

                  Council, seconded Cllr Manley, All in favour.

 

3360609    Committees

                  (i)The Council received and where necessary, adopted the resolutions from within the

                  Minutes of the following committee meetings:

 Planning Committee, 11th May 2009 

                  Open Space Committee, 27th May 2009

                  Cllr Lenton proposed that the minutes from the committee meetings be adopted in the

                  Interests of sound management of the Council, seconded Cllr Barnett, All in favour.

 

3370609        Correspondence  

(i)The Council noted the minutes and report of the Dales & South Hunsley NAT meeting, 19th May 2009.

(ii)The Council noted the minutes and report of the South Cave In Bloom Association Annual General Meeting, 13th May 2009.

(iii)To Council noted the minutes of the South Cave Preservation Society Committee meetings, 20th May 2009 and 3rd June 2009.

(iv)The Council noted the response received regarding the Disabled Parking Space in Market Place. Cllr M Turner proposed that a letter be sent to ERYC requesting a copy of the report and to request a time limit on the bay, Seconded Cllr Harrison, All in favour.

(v)The Council noted a letter received regarding Flag Signs opposite cemetery entrance. The Clerk is to send a reminder letter later in the year to request this work be added to the ERYC programme for next year.

(vi)The Council noted a letter received regarding Footway Sealing 2009-10.  Cllr M Turner proposed that a letter be sent to ERYC to add Beck Lane to the programme as discussed with ERYC officers during their last visit in May 2009, Seconded Cllr Barnett, All in favour.

(vii)The Council noted the response received regarding South Cave Beck.  The Clerk is to diarise and follow up with ERYC highways team regarding the proposed maintenance regime.

(viii)The Council noted letters received regarding A63 resurfacing.

(ix)The Council discussed the ERYC draft conservation area appraisal. Cllr Harrison proposed a letter be sent suggesting that no consideration appears to have been taken into account for new/existing houses and gardens in the Castle Rise, Castle Drive and The Parklands areas and that this should more accurately be reflected, Seconded Cllr Barnett, All in favour.

(x)The Council considered details for Rospa play inspection course, 18th July 2009.  Cllrs L Turner and Mrs Barnett are to attend.  Proposed Cllr Munby, Seconded Cllr Manley, All in favour.

(xi)The Council discussed correspondence received regarding the Bull Pasture

Football Project. Cllr Barnett proposed that we arrange a meeting with the Social and

Recreation Committee ‘Pavilion Fund’ and invite ERYC, seconded Cllr Lenton, All in

favour.

(xii)The Council noted correspondence received re Steep Hill, Beverley Road.

 

 

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3380609  Finance

                (i)Items for payment for May 2009

 

Payee

Description

£

Npower

Gas

83.00

NPower

Electricity

80.00

Petty Cash

 

60.00

Npower

Unmetered Street Lights 

1084.58

Yorkshire Water

Cemetery

8.42

Cllr A Kelly

Travel Expenses

14.50

K S Cooper

Ink Cartridges

30.47

A Fountain

Cert of Exclusive Right

77.00

Atkinson Printers

Stationery

43.70

Foreward Services

Footpath furniture

322.00

NMS Enterprises Ltd

CD & Licence – Capt Barnard

70.95

C. Langley

FM Caretaker

100.00

R Sheppard

Cleaning

36.84

Salaries/Wages

 

1774.50

Stafforce Ltd

Street Cleaner

502.05

Opal Telecom Ltd

Fixed Line Calls

0.15

Total

 

 4288.16

 

(i)Cllr Manley proposed that these items be paid on the grounds of sound financial management of the Council, seconded Cllr Lenton, All in favour.

(ii)The Council considered a Materials Survey for Asbestos quote for the Town Hall

Improvements and would like to see two further quotes for comparison and clarification that

any damage after testing will be made safe.   

     (iii)The Council considered making a grant under section 19 of the Local Government

     (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1976 to Mencap.  The Clerk is to write to ask for more

     detail on the activity of the charity within the Parish of South Cave before a decision is made.

(iv)The Council considered the purchase of canvas portrait (print) of Captain Charles Lewyns Boldero Barnard killed at the battle of Waterloo in 1815, (s137 LGA 1972). In support of an association with the South Cave Heritage Trail and local history for display in the Town Hall Cllr Barnett proposed the purchase of the A3 canvass print, Seconded Cllr Harrison, All in favour.

 

3390609  Administration

(i)Councillors considered a request for the loan of the chapel chairs for an event during the

South Cave Art & Literature Festival, 7th July 2009.  Providing the health and safety    considerations are met, Cllr L Turner proposed that the loan of the chairs be made to support a local event, Seconded Cllr Lenton, All in favour.

                 (ii) Councillors discussed the upcoming annual Street Scene Walk, 9th July 2009. Cllrs M

    Turner, L Turner and F Harrison are to liaise with the Clerk on routes and

     jobs/repairs for discussion.

    (iii)Further plans for the Cemetery were discussed and the Councillors decided that

     regular disposal of the grass cuttings be resolved in the first instance.  The Clerk is to liaise

     with the grass cutter and ERYC.

                  (iv)The Councillors discussed the publication of annual expenses.  Cllr Harrison proposed that

                  the Finance, Training and General Policy Committee  meet quarterly to organise management

     accounts and analyse budgets and in the interests of transparency and accountability figures be

     published in the quarterly newsletters, Seconded Cllr L Turner, All in favour.

                

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    The meeting closed at 8.50 p.m. for Mr Bill Sheppard, street cleaner to address the Council in

    support of the following item.  The meeting recommenced at 8.55 p.m.

    (v)Councillors discussed the Green Machine replacement.  Cllrs Harrison and Munby together

    with the street cleaner and the Clerk are to have a look at second hand machines locally to

    ascertain purchase/lease and maintenance costs and report back to Council.

    (vi)The Councillors discussed a Holly Tree in King George V Field which is causing problems

    for neighbouring properties in Wold View. Cllr Barnett proposed that before any work is

    carried out, we write to the ERYC and obtain their permission as the tree is within the

    conservation area, Seconded Cllr Manley, 6 in favour, 1 abstention.

 

3400609  ERNLLCA/SLCC

                 (i)The Council approved attendance by the Clerk at the SLCC one day VAT-An Essential

    Course, on 23rd July 2009 in Shipley.  Proposed Cllr Harrison, Seconded Cllr Barnet, All in

    favour.

 

3410609  Planning - Decisions made by East Riding of Yorkshire Council

    Cllr Munby declared a personal and prejudicial interest in the following item

    (i)DC/08/05494/PLF – 10 The Parklands, South Cave – AWC (NObj)

    (ii)DC/09/00717/PLF – 74 Beverley Road, South Cave – AWC (NObj)

    (iii)DC/09/00834/PLF – Fairways Farm, Northfield Close, South Cave – AWC(Obj)

    (iv)DC/09/01158/PLF – 12 Pinfold, South Cave – R (NObj)

 

3420609  Planning - Decisions made by the Planning Inspectorate

    (i)DC/08/02752/PLF – 72 Beverley Road, South Cave – Dismiss(R)

    (ii)DC/08/04207/PCC – 21/23 West End, South Cave – Dismiss(NObj)

    (iii)09/00360/PAD – West Cave Services, A63 – Refuse

 

3430609  Planning - Current Plans to consider

                (i)DC/09/01868/PLF – Full Planning Permission

    Construction of new entrance gates at 1 Brough Road, South Cave for Mr De Cobain.

    Cllr Harrison proposed that the Parish Council would raise no objection to the gates as the

     proposal has no adverse effect on the property, neighbouring properties or the street scene,

     seconded Cllr Manley, All in favour.

    (ii)DC/09/01890/PLF – Full Planning Permission

    Single storey extension to rear of Orchard Court Nursing Home, Bacchus Lane, South Cave for

    Shelphen Care Ltd.

    Cllr Harrison proposed that the Parish Council raise no objection to this application as it has no

     adverse effect on the property, neighbouring properties or the street scene, seconded Cllr

     Barnett, vote: 6 in favour, 1 against.  

                  The meeting was closed at 8.35 p.m. for 3 members of the public to address the

    Council with their objections to the following proposal which was moved forward on

    the agenda. The meeting recommenced at 8.40 p.m.

    (iii)DC/09/02016/PLF – Full Planning Permission

    Two storey extension to front at 15 Castle Farm Court, Church Hill, South Cave.

    Cllr Lenton proposed that the Parish Council would recommend refusal as the application

    is considered an overdevelopment of  the existing medium sized property and that there are

    concerns regarding the dominance and massing of the proposal, together with an adverse effect

    on the preservation of the character and appearance of the conservation area, seconded Cllr

    Barnett, all in favour.

    

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    (iv)DC/09/01510/PLF – Full Planning Permission Single storey extension to front and side at

    24A West End, South Cave for Ms T Stanley.

    Cllr Barnett proposed that the Parish Council would raise no objection to this application as it

     has no adverse effect on the property, neighbouring properties or the street scene.  We would

     request a condition regarding obscure glazing to the south east elevation, bedrooms 2 & 3

     (Appleton Gardens) in the interests of privacy, seconded Cllr M Turner, All in favour

     (v)DC/09/02023/PLF – Full Planning Permission

     Detached double garage with rehabilitation and physiotherapy room and hydrotherapy pool at

     Glebe House, 22 Station Road, South Cave for Mrs Katie Matthews.

     Cllr Harrison proposed that the Parish Council would raise no objection to this application as

      it has no adverse effect on the property, neighbouring properties, street scene or conservation

     area, seconded Cllr Lenton, All in favour.

 

3440609    Trees

       (i)App No.6467(TPO) – Prune tree at 7 Trinity Fold, South Cave.

       Cllr Barnett proposed that in the absence of the Tree Wardens report the Parish Council refer

       the decision for the tree pruning back to the ERYC, seconded Cllr Harrison, All in favour.

       (ii)Decision No. 6407(S211) – Fell & prune trees at 41 Church Street, South Cave –

        permission granted.

       (iii)Decision No.6350(TPO) – Prune tree at 1 Appleton Gardens, South Cave – Refused

       for one tree but Granted for work on lime tree.

       (iv)Decision No.6435(TPO) – Fell tree at Church Hill, South Cave – permission granted.

       (v)Decision No. 6414(TPO) – Fell trees at 23 Wesley Close, South Cave – permission

       granted with conditions.

       (vi)To note ERYC Street Scene tree felling works to be carried out at 18 St Katherine’s

        Road, South Cave.

 

3450609   To note the date of next Parish Council Meeting – Monday 20th July 2009

 

 

………………………Chairman

 

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