SOUTH CAVE PARISH COUNCIL

17th February 2014

 

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

 

Present:                Cllrs M. Turner (Chairman), Barnett, Bateman, Kelly, Kingdom, Foley & Munby

Mrs L Fielding - Clerk

Two Ward Councillors

                            Peter Hirschfeld – HWRCC representative

 

Public Forum

Cllr M Turner:

Advised a puddle gathers at Willow flats on the road and footpath.  Clerk advised to contact the ERYC highways department regarding this.

 

There is a Water measuring device on located in Water Lane beck.  Clerk advised will contact the ERYC to establish who has placed this and the reasons for this.

 

The light on bridge at library is only working with a very dull glow.  Clerk advised to contact the ERYC regarding this.

 

60180214            Apologies for absence

Cllr Kelly proposed apologies be accepted from Cllr Jamieson, Warren and L. Turner, seconded Cllr Kingdom, All in favour.

 

60190214            Ward Councillors Reports (For Information Only)

Cllr T Galbriath:

Thursday afternoon the Planning Committee met at County Hall, regarding the Dale Ward items, the proposal for wind turbine at Albion Mill within Skidby Parish, has been rejected. 

 

The detailed phase of Brough South application has been approved.

 

The ERYC advised 226 properties were flooded in December 2013, 49 commercial vehicles and the estimate the damage to be in the region of 12.7m.

 

ERYC will be constructing around 235 new Council houses.  ERYC still own 11,300 Council houses and have sold in the region of 5000 since ‘right to buy’ came into effect.

 

Cllr P Smith:

Attended a conference regarding Yorkshire Education discussing low results, Kenneth Baker was present at the conference which was opened by a yr 11 year,  It is hopeful  education results can increase to match other counties.

 

60200214            Approval of Previous Meetings Minutes, 20th January 2014

Cllr Barnett proposed that the minutes of the 20th January 2014 be approved and entered into records, as a true and accurate record.  Seconded Cllr Kingdom, All in favour.

 

60210214            Declarations of Interest      

(i)Cllr Bateman declared a non pecuniary interest in minute reference:  60250214 (ii)

 

 

60220214            Neighbourhood Development Plan

                            (i)The Parish Council received a presentation from Peter Hirschfeld, Community Development Officer of Humber & Wolds Rural Community Council regarding Neighbourhood Development Plan. 

The meeting was closed at 7:20p.m for HWRCC to provide information on Community Development plans

HWRCC work:

Our support to communities undertaking a Neighbourhood Plan is linked to the initial consultation aspects of the project.

 

It is important to understand that consultation is very much a first stage of the process, prior to the plan going to independent evaluation, so as wide a range and type should be undertaken by the Parish Council, in order to ensure the widest possible participation in the Plan. Thus Focus Groups, Drop In sessions, etc. should be part of the process of starting the Neighbourhood Plan.

 

As Neighbourhood Plans are linked entirely to Spatial Planning, help is available from ERYC Planning Dept. to assist with the process as it relates to Planning and Planning Policy.

 

The first part of the process is to identify the area that the Plan will cover and that needs to be discussed with the Planners at ERYC. The National Policy Planning Framework states that there is a presumption in favour of sustainable development, which means in effect that as a community you cannot use the Neighbourhood Plan to say no to future/further development. All that you can do is look at ways to change the concentration of, design of, etc. the allocation of housing as laid out in the Local Plan. Of course you might also wish to consider business development which could include Shops, offices and business premises and as well as community facilities which can all be considered.

 

The meeting was re-opened at 7:55p.m

The Parish Council thanked Mr Hirchfeld for the information provided and matter placed on the next Planning Agenda for further discussion.

 

60230214            Police Matters

(i)There were no figures produced from the Police and no Police in attendance.

 

 

 

60240214            Committees

(i)The Parish Council received and where necessary adopted the resolutions from within   the minutes of the following committee meetings: 

Farmers Market Committee Meeting 21st January 2014

Proposed Cllr Barnett, Seconded Cllr Bateman, All in Favour.

Planning Committee Meeting 3rd February 2014

Proposed Cllr Kingdom, Seconded Cllr Bateman, All in favour.

 

60250214             Finance

(i)The Parish Council considered the purchase of stakes for Wadley Plump grassed area

Cllr Foley proposed the Parish Council provide the stakes and request the Prison service to paint the stakes to be installed, Seconded Clllr Kingdom, All in favour.

(ii)The Parish Council resolved that in accordance with the Parish Councils power under S137 & 139 of the Local Government Act 1972 should incur the following expenditure which, in the opinion of the Council, is in the interests of the area, or its inhabitants and will benefit them in a manner commensurate with the expenditure:

Caves U3A - £100.00.  Proposed Cllr Kelly, Seconded Cllr Munby, All in favour.

(iii)The Parish Council considered the purchase of Desktop computer for front office.  Cllr Munby proposed the Parish council approve the purchase up to the value of £600.00.  Seconded Cllr Foley, All in favour.

(iv)The Parish Council considered the purchase of a leaf blowing machine for Footway Cleaner usage.  Cllr Kelly proposed the Parish Council approve the purchase of this item to a value not exceeding £250.00.  Seconded Cllr Bateman, vote 6 in favour, 1 against.

(v)The Parish Council considered the following items for payment for February 2014

Payee

Description

£

Dustbusters

Office Cleaning

53.00

Marmax Products Ltd

Seat

442.80

Advance Fire Services

Office inspection & repairs

227.64

David Stride

Bull Pasture Bench

140.00

J Stride

Newsletters

150.00

David Stride

Allotment Notice Board

195.00

Supplies

Stationary

103.14

Ian R. Donkin

Allotment Works

300.00

Ministry of Justice

Farmer Market Posters

20.16

C Langley

Farmers Market caretaker

100.00

David Ellerker

Footway Cleaner

648.00

HMRC

PAYE

658.74

Gas

February

149.00

Colin Bettney

Chapel Repairs

636.00

South Cave Parish council

Petty Cash

60.00

South Cave CE School

Venue Hire Jan - Jun 14

360.00

Lamps & Tubes Illuminations Ltd

Christmas lights final payment

789.54

 

Cllr Kingdom proposed that these items be paid on the grounds of sound financial   management of the Council, seconded Cllr Kelly, All in favour.

 

 

 

 

 

60260214            Correspondence

(i)The Parish Council noted the complaint received from Resident regarding Litter at Beverley Road and Brough Road.  Clerk advised the Footway Cleaner has been made aware of the situation and the Probation service have been booked to help with cleaning duties from March 2014

(ii)The Parish Council considered the installation of a Defibrillator provided by the NHS for the public places initiative.  Cllr Kingdom proposed the Parish Council proceed with the installation at Costcutters, the costs of the installation to be borne by the Parish Council.  Clerk to obtain additional prices for the installation of a seconded device to be located at Market Place, South Cave, Seconded Cllr Munby, All in favour

(iii)The Parish Council noted the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Section 14 (2) – Temporary Prohibition of Through Traffic – Crabley Creek Level Crossing

(iv)The Parish Council noted the Chairman Awards 2014 nominations application and advised nominations to be sent to The Clerk

(v)The Parish Council noted the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Section 14 (1) – Temporary Prohibition of through Traffic – Norfolk Bank Lane, Ellerker & noted Ellerker Parish Council comments to the ERYC

(vi)The Parish Council noted the ERYC consultation on changes to Bus Services

 

60270214            Other Matters

(i)The Parish Council noted the installation request submitted to ERYC for LED fittings to Market Place zebra crossing for safety reasons

(ii)The Parish Council considered Market Place bus shelter improvements and requested the Clerk obtain prices for vandal resistant Perspex windows to be placed in the shelter and also look into the possibility of obtaining an advertising shelter

(iii)The Parish Council noted the update on Post Office proposals.  Clerk advised the matter will be placed on the next Full Council Agenda once further information is received

(iv)The Parish Council noted the distribution of Wind Turbine flyers.  Clerk provided the Parish Council with information on the procedures available to the Parish council and recommended the Parish Council initially arrange a informal fact gathering exercise with Ward Cllr Mike Whitehead, to pull information together and plan a possible public meeting.  Seconded Cllr Kingdom, All in favour

(v)The Parish Council received an update regarding ‘Commuted Sums’  with information provided at the meeting held with ERYC.  It was noted the ERYC inform the Parish Council with requests received for Commuted Sums monies

(vi)The Parish Council considered Faceless Arts outdoor activity involvement and request Clerk respond accordingly, requesting a event be held in conjunction with the Farmers Market & Crafts

(vii)The Parish Council noted the ERYC events seminar to be held at Willerby Manor Hotel on 26th February 2014.  In attendance, Cllr L. Turner and Clerk

(viii)The Parish Council noted the Routine Playground Inspections training course available held by the ERYC.  Clerk requested Cllrs contact the Clerk to request a place as soon as possible

(ix)The Parish Council noted the response received from ERYC regarding Motorbikes at Swinscaife Quarry and requested further complaints be directed to the Police and the ERYC

(x)The Parish Council noted the offer of Volunteer Support from East Riding Colllege Beverley Uniformed Public Services and suggested the offer be forwarded to Local Groups

 

 

 

 

60280214            Planning

(i)The Parish Council noted the informal meeting arranged regarding Westcote Farm possible proposed development – Wednesday 19th February 2014.

(ii)The Parish Council considered the response to be submitted regarding the East Riding Local Plan and noted South Cave resident’s responses, received.  Cllr Kingdom advised the Parish Council should prepare a response. 

 

60290214            Planning Applications

(i)14/00082/PLF – Erection of a single storey extension to side at Codd Hall, Common Road, South Cave for Mr Simon Legard.

Cllr Munby proposed the Parish Council raise no objection to the application as this will have no adverse effect on neighbouring properties of the streetscene.  Seconded Cllr Kelly, All in favour.

(ii)14/00218/CLE – Publicity on an Application for Cert of Lawful Development – Existing Certificate of Lawfulness for the construction of vehicular access, construction of parking at no 62 and site strip the excavation of the foundations at Land rear of 62 Beverley Road, South Cave for Griffin Toomes Consulting Engineers

Cllr M. Turner proposed the Parish Council raise no comment for the application, Seconded Cllr Barnett, All in favour.

 

60300214            Trees

(i)The Parish Council received the update regarding meeting to be held with ERYC regarding Protected Trees in South Cave to be held Friday 21st February 2014 at The Town Hall

(ii)14/00347/TPO - Description of Works: TPO SOUTH CAVE 1971 (REF 268) AND SOUTH CAVE CONSERVATION AREA - Fell 4 Beech trees (T1-T4) due to previous fire damage, poor condition and high risk of snapping. Remove stem from one Beech (T5) over golf course back to main trunk to prevent splitting

Location: 15 Castle Drive South Cave East Riding Of Yorkshire HU15 2ES 

Applicant: Mr Tinker

Application Type: Works to Protected Trees

Cllr Kingdom proposed the Parish Council recommend the following:

T1 – The Parish Council raised objection to any works to this tree

T2 – The Parish Council raised no objection but request a replacement Beech tree be replanted

T3 - The Parish Council raised no objection but request a replacement Beech tree be replanted

T4 - The Parish Council raised no objection but request a replacement Beech tree be replanted

T5 – The Parish Council raised no objection to the works to this tree.  

The Parish Council are very concerned with the loss of these trees and feel the replacement of these trees must be implemented by the ERYC and overseen by the ERYC tree officer.  These trees form part of the tree scene planted and are significant to the appearance of this important part of the conservation area.

Seconded Cllr Kelly, All in favour

 

60310214             Parish Councillor Vacancy

                (i)The Parish Council noted the Co-Option notice and expiry date of 14th March 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

60320214            Finance - Confidential Matters

The Parish Council may exercise their right to exclude the public and press by resolution from a closed meeting due to the confidential nature to be discussed pursuant to section 1(2) of the Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960.

(i)The Parish Council noted the following items be paid on the grounds of sound financial management of the Council

Salaries

1814.89

Cllr Kingdom proposed that these items be paid on the grounds of sound financial   management of the Council, seconded Cllr Kelly, All in favour.

 

60330214            The Council noted the date of the next Parish Council Meeting - Monday 17th March 2014

 

 

………………………Chairman

 

……………………..Date