SOUTH CAVE PARISH COUNCIL

 

19th June 2006

 

 

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

 

Present:                                     Cllrs Scott, Turner, Marsh, Harrison, Lenton, Mann, Mrs Manley (Chair), and Mrs Binns

                        Mrs K R Richmond – Clerk

                        PC S Bagley

                        1 Member of the Public

 

Public Forum

There were no matters addressed to Council.

 

5490606 Apologies for absence

There were no apologies put forward from Parish Councillors.

Ward Cllr Hudson

 

5500606 Ward Councillors Reports (For Information Only)

There were no Ward Councillors present.

 

5510606 Approval of Previous Meeting’s Minutes.

With slight amendments Cllr Marsh proposed that the minutes of the meeting of 15th May 2006 be approved and entered into records, as a true and accurate record, seconded Cllr Harrison, All in favour.

 

5520606 Declarations of Interest

Cllr Mann declared a personal interest in Minute Reference: 5560606(iii) through being a member of the organisation.

Cllr Scott declared a personal interest in Minute Reference: 5560606(iii) through being a member of the organisation.

Cllr Mrs Binns declared a personal interest in Minute Reference: 5630606(iv) due to acquaintanceship

Cllr Harrison declared a personal interest in Minute Reference: 5630606(iv) due to acquaintanceship

 

5530606 Police Matters

PC Bagley reported that there had been 26 crimes, including 1 theft from a motor vehicle, 11 damage, 1 burglary, 1 burglary (shed), 7 assaults and 4 thefts. This is a relatively low crime rate. The motor cycle initiative had taken place, with only one found in this area. PC Bagley is asking for LDG funding for the supply of shed alarms, and there has been a number of plant thefts, including hanging baskets and containers.  Bogus officials may also be in the area, and vigilance is required, an article in the next newsletter will address this matter.  

          

5540606  Humber & Wolds Rural Community Council

(i)Mrs Helen Anglum of the Humber & Wolds Rural Community Council gave a brief presentation regarding the proposed Apprenticeship Scheme, the Council’s participation in this scheme is to be discussed at a subsequent meeting.

 

5550606    Finance

   (i)Items for payment for June 2006

 

Payee

Description

£

M Mews

dd Rent

300.00

Npower (gas)

dd

48.00

Univ of Glos

dd

83.00

Mrs J Mole

Hanging Baskets

53.12

K Richmond

AVG Renewal

25.20

S Cave School

Venue for FM

350.00

Sands Lane Nursery

Stall assembly

246.75

K Richmond

Ink Cartridges

36.64

Salaries/wages

 

2128.78

Allianz Cornhill

Fidelity Guaratee Policy

117.97

Yorkshire Water

Cemetery

7.03

Mrs M Johnson

Internal Auditor

104.00

Thompsons Packaging

Carrier Bags

524.76

Supplies

Stationery

48.55

T Hardy

Caretaking - June

50.00

Petty Cash

 

60.00

ERYC

pension

532.05

Bramblewood

Basket Plants

12.70

Onetel

Telephone

24.47

Total

 

4753.02

 

       

Clerk       Cllr Scott proposed these items be paid, as not doing so would seriously jeopardise the running of the Council, seconded Cllr Mrs Binns, All in favour.

(ii)The Council noted the Internal Audit report and approved the accounts and Statement of Assurance for Annual Return for the financial year 2005/6, proposed Cllr Marsh, seconded Cllr Harrison, All in favour. Cllr Mrs Binns proposed a vote of thanks to the Clerk, seconded Cllr Marsh, All in favour.

 

5560606  Correspondence

MB, PM    (i)Councillors noted the response from Rt Hon D Davis MP regarding withdrawal of Post Office card account. Cllr Mrs Binns proposed that a stall be made available for the collection of petition signatures at the next Farmers Market, and that publicity be sought; that a letter be written to the Prime Minister, with Cllr Marsh and Mrs Binns drafting the letter, with copies sent to the Post Office and Rt Hon D Davis MP; with support canvassed from all other East Riding Parish Councils, seconded Cllr Marsh, All in favour.

        (ii)The Council noted a letter from Ward Cllr Hudson regarding regionalisation of the Ambulance Service

        (iii)Councillors noted the minutes of the Management Committee meeting of the South Cave Preservation Society held on 3rd May 2006

 

5570606  Administration

AM          (i)Councillors received information regarding Area Forums, and to considered making a  nomination. Cllr Turner proposed Cllr Mann be nominated, seconded Cllr Mrs Manley, All in favour.

 

5580606  ERNLLCA/SLCC

               (i)The Council considered resolutions to the ERNLLCA AGM re merger with YLCA, and on the grounds of best value, Cllr Mann proposed that the resolution for a merger with YLCA, from Beverley Town Council be supported, seconded Cllr Marsh, All in favour. Details of the AGM to be supplied to Councillors.

MT, AM          (ii)Councillors considered attendance at ERNLLCA training sessions, with Cllr Turner attending the “Role of Councillor” seminar on 20th July and Cllr Mann to attend the “Meeting Procedure” seminar on 21st September at a cost of £18:00 each.

 

5590606  Open Space Committee

(i)To receive and where necessary adopt the resolutions from within the minutes of the Open Space Committee held on 12th June 2006, proposed Cllr Turner, seconded Cllr Scott, All in favour.

        (ii)To receive and where necessary adopt the resolutions from within the minutes of the Farmers’ Market Committee meeting held on 23rd May 2006, proposed Cllr Marsh, seconded Cllr Mrs Manley, All in favour.

        (iii)The Council considered the purchase of Sonic Pest Repeller at £19.95. Cllr Mann proposed that information on this item be available for the public at the Parish Council Office, seconded Cllr Marsh, All in favour.

 

5600606 Planning & Technical Services Committee

        (i)To receive and where necessary adopt the resolutions from within the minutes of the Planning & Technical Services Committee held on 22nd May 2006, proposed Cllr Marsh, seconded Cllr Scott, All in favour.

        (ii)The Council considered a letter received from Highways Dept regarding Prohibition of Waiting, Market Place, South Cave. In the interests of highway and pedestrian safety, and public response to consultation, the installation of double yellow lines be opposed again, and advising that the Council would be happy to meet with Highways Officers, proposed Cllr Harrison, seconded Cllr Mrs Manley, All in favour.

 

5610606 Annual Report

Clerk        (i)The Council considered the draft Annual Report and, with a slight addition,  approved printing and circulation, proposed Cllr Mann, seconded Cllr Turner, All in favour.

 

5620606  South Cave In Bloom Committee

(i)Councillors noted the minutes of the Committee meeting held on 10th May 2006 at the Town Hall, and noted that this Committee is now independent of the Parish Council, to facilitate access to funding, and that the balance of the account should be paid across to this association, proposed Cllr Harrison, seconded Cllr Marsh, All in favour.

 

5630606  Planning

(i)To receive and where necessary adopt the resolutions from within the minutes of the Planning Committee held on 24th April 2006, and 22nd May 2006, proposed Cllr Mann, seconded Cllr Marsh, All in favour.

(ii)DC/06/03835/PLF/WESTES – Full Planning Permission

Change of use from farm buildings to farm shop, café, conference and ancillary accommodation at Kettlethorpe Farm, Kettlethorpe Hill, South Cave for Mr C Taylor. Cllr Mrs Binns proposed that the Parish Council supports this application, as it is a good use of old farm buildings; will provide some additional employment opportunities; and the application contributes to the sustainability of this estate. Some concerns were expressed regarding the access and egress from the site, seconded Cllr Mann, All in favour.

(iii)DC/06/03834/PLF/WESTES – Full Planning Permission

Conversion of outbuildings to 3 office suites, 3 holiday cottages, 2 dwellings with workshop and agricultural building at Foxhouse Farm, Drewton Lane, South Cave for Mr C Taylor. Cllr Mann proposed that the Parish Council supports the application as it is a suitable use for old farm buildings, and provides opportunities for bringing economic benefit to this area, including potential increase in employment, seconded Cllr Harrison, All in favour.

(iv)DC/06/0678/PLF/WESTES – Outline Planning  Permission

Erection of a dwelling (siting and means of access to be considered) at land north of the Willow House, Brough Road, South Cave for Mrs J Hodgson. Cllr Scott proposed that the Parish Council raise no objection as it has no adverse effect on neighbouring properties or the street scene, and has no adverse effect on the character or appearance of the Conservation Area, seconded Cllr Marsh, vote: 7 in favour 1 abstention

(v)DC/06/04065/PLF/WESTES – Full Planning Permission

Erection of two storey extension to the side (re-submission of 06/01786/plf) at 56 Beck Road, North Cave for Mr and Mrs Wilkinson. Cllr Lenton proposed that as concerns raised at the previous submission have been addressed, the Parish Council raises no objection as it has no adverse effect on the property, neighbouring properties or the street scene, seconded Cllr Mann, vote: 7 in favour 1 against.

 

5640606  Date of next Meeting

The date of next Parish Council Meeting will be Monday 17th July 2006.

           

            Meeting Closed at 9:45pm.