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STAPLEFORD PARISH COUNCIL

NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE PARISH COUNCIL

 

Members of the Parish Council – You are summoned to attend a MEETING OF STAPLEFORD PARISH COUNCIL on TUESDAY 11 DECEMBER 2018 TO BE HELD At 7.30 PM at COX’S CLOSE COMMUNAL ROOM, STAPLEFORD. Members of the public and press are invited to attend and to address the Council in its open forum.

Anne Rudge

Stapleford Parish Clerk

06 December 2018

AGENDA

121.2018    Apologies

122.2018    Declarations of Interest

123.2018    To confirm and sign the minutes of the meeting held on 14 November 2018

124.2018    To call the meeting off and take matters of public interest.

125.2018    To receive reports from County Councillors and District Councillors

126.2018    To receive a short presentation by Mr P Grant from Axis Land Partnership followed by questions from Councillors.

127.2018    To call the meeting back on and to consider planning matters:

                   S/4352/18/FL 7 Greenfield Close, two storey side extension for Mr White

S/4219/18/FL 1 Gog Magog Cottages Roof ridge height is being increased from 6.2 metres to 8.5 metres. Removal of previous extensions. Erection of two storey extension to the front, side (south east facing) and rear and a one and a half storey extension the side (north west facing) for Mr & Mrs Brown

S/1699/18/FL Junction of Dernford Lane & Stapleford Road Retention of vehicular access for Russell Smith Farms. Notification of Planning Committee date on 12 December 10.30 am

                   Decisions

                   S/3826/18/FL 27 Hawthorne Road. Permission granted for conservatory

S/3510/18/FL 58 Haverhill Road Permission refused for erection of two storey front, side and rear extensions and a single storey rear extension and installation of rooflights

128.2018    Finance

a. To receive the financial report – bank reconciliation up to 22 November/budget summary up to 22 November

b. Authorise payments

c. Clerk’s membership of SLCC – Councillors to consider whether to renew or not

129.2018    Strategic Debate

       To consider future plans, and costs and effect on the precept

                   a.  Recreation Ground and Pavilion including pavilion extension

                   b.  Review of charges and paperwork for one-off and regular users

                   c.  Tennis Courts

                   d.  Cemetery maintenance, improvements and extension

                   e.  Slaughter house

                   f.   Demands of the Neighbourhood Plan

                   g.  Staffing costs

                   h.  Traffic issues

i.   Warden scheme and other demands on S137 (SSYI,Village weekend, Bikeability and possible support for the school)

j.   Possible funding for The Tree Action Group

                   k.  Revenue streams e.g. Section 106 funds

                   l.   Development in and around the village

                   m. Any other Strategic plans

                   n.  Initial thoughts on precept amount

 

                  

 

 Balances

22 Oct 18

Paid/trans

Income/trans

22 Nov 18

Bank Current a/c

57,558.30

9,948.44

700.00

48,309.86

Hallmark a/c

234,038.12

Nil

Nil

234,038.12

Sapphire a/c

11,539.22

Nil

Nil

11,539.22

Unity Trust

50,000.00

Nil

Nil

50,000.00

Lloyds a/c No. 2

1.45

Nil

Nil

1.45

Totals of all a/c

353,137.09

 

 

343,888.65

Received

 

Sub totals

 

 

Pavilion income:

 

 

 

 

HHH Cons

65.00

 

 

 

Sattar

80.00

 

 

 

Drew

75.00

 

 

 

Champs Academy

35.00

 

 

 

A N other

95.00

350.00

 

 

Cemetery income

350.00

350.00

 

 

Total

 

700.00

 

 

Payments authorised

V/No

 

VAT

 

PWLB repayment

173

2763.80

 

 

Staff salaries & expenses

174-177

1823.22

 

 

HMRC payroll liability

178

554.89

 

 

James French – cemetery hedge

179

1008.00

168.00

 

HCGM 4321

180

36.00

6.00

 

S F Cleaning

181

200.00

 

 

Dove Hygiene

182

16.32

2.72

 

SLCC training

183

10.00

 

 

SSYI – donation

184

2500.00

 

 

Birketts legal advice

185

672.00

112.00

 

David Stearn (gardening)

186

310.00

 

 

Overall payments

 

9,894.23

 

 

Unpresented cheques

 

2559.07

 

 

 

Unpresented cheques:

Cheque No.

V. No.

Payee

Amount

002295

154

HCTMS

5.00

002296

155

CAPALC

50.00

002297

156

SLCC

108.79

002301

168

Camb Marquees

917.28

002303

170

Camb ACRE NP

1440

002304

171

Mem Hall NP

38.00

 

 

TOTAL

2559.07

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