Wheatley Parish Council

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE FINANCE & GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE OF THE COUNCIL HELD ON MONDAY 16th APRIL 2012 IN THE PARISH OFFICE AT 7.30PM

PRESENT: Councillors: J Carr (Chairman), J Reilly, R Bell, S Coleridge, G Birks, J Anderson & R Old

OFFICER THE CLERK: Gareth Morris

Also Present: 2 members of the public.

MEMBERS HAD BEEN REMINDED BY MEANS OF THE AGENDA THAT IF THEY   HAD AN INTEREST TO DECLARE IN ANY AGENDA ITEM, THEY SHOULD DO SO IN ADVANCE OF THE MEETING IN THE BOOK PROVIDED FOR THIS PURPOSE

1.  APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE had been received from Cllr Stacey

2. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST – None

3.  MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING HELD 19th MARCH 2012 which had been circulated with the Agenda were signed as a correct and accurate record

4.  UPDATE ON ITEMS FROM THE MINUTES 19TH MARCH 2012 – nothing to report

5.  TO RECEIVE AN UPDATE ON PROGRESS ON THE PARISH COUNCIL’S BID TO THE OCC BIG SOCIETY FUND FOR YOUTH PROVISION IN THE VILLAGE

Cllrs Bell, Stacey and the clerk were meeting with representatives of Fusion the following day to receive Fusion’s response to the Parish Council’s draft service agreement. It was emphasised by the committee the need to keep to two evenings a week at the Youth Centre

6.  TO PREPARE A REVIEW OF THE PARISH COUNCIL’S RESERVES AS PER THE INTERNAL AUDITOR’S REPORT 2010-2011

Agreed that the clerk would prepare a paper outlining the Parish Council’s spending plans in the future.

Items to include: Youth Centre costs, which would be ongoing year on year; pavement around the Roundhouse + new entrance into Church Road Recreation ground + crossing; refurbishment of ex toilet block land in the High Street; salt bins for the village; removal of sand pit from Cullum Road Recreation Ground + replacement equipment.

7.  TO CONSIDER A REQUEST FROM THE DIAMOND JUBILEE COMMITTEE FOR USE OF CHURCH ROAD RECREATION GROUND ON SUNDAY 3RD JUNE 2012 – Due to possible objections from the police to the marquee being erected in Crown Square the Jubilee Committee was asking permission to erect it in Church Road Recreation Ground instead. – Agreed

8. TO CONSIDER AN OFFER BY OCC HIGHWAYS VIA COUNTY COUNCILLOR ANNE PURSE TO INSTALL BOLLARDS ALONG THE NORTH SIDE PAVEMENT ON CHURCH ROAD

The Clerk to arrange a site meeting with Keith Stenning of OCC Highways and the Arriva Bus Company

The resurfacing of Church Road between Holloway Road and Friday Lane is due to take place between 30th July and 24th August Noted

9. TO CONSIDER THE POSSIBILITY OF A FOOTWAY AROUND THE ROUNDHOUSE AT THE HOLLOWAY ROAD AND CHURCH ROAD JUNCTION

In a response to a request from Cllr Bell, Mr Shew had drawn up a draft plan for a pavement around the Roundhouse and a new entrance into the Recreation Ground just west of the Roundhouse. This had been sent to County Cllr Anne Purse who in turn had forwarded it on to the County Council Highways Department. It was agreed that the clerk should add to that request increasing the pavement westwards to the present entrance into the recreation ground and the possibility of a crossing across Church Road opposite the old Co-op building.

10.  TO CONSIDER THE ELECTORAL REVIEW OF SOUTH OXFORDSHIRE

Preliminary stage – reduction in size of council by 12 Councillors (from 48 to 36) – ends 8th May

Agreed that the Parish Council should respond by saying that the status quo should be maintained.

‘Localism’ should not mean fewer local councillors and larger wards.

11. TO CONSIDER THE LETTER FROM Mr J DYKES RE HIS PROPOSED MIX DEVELOPMENT OF AFFORDABLE AND MARKET HOUSING ON HIS LAND AT LONDON ROAD

Agreed to defer any formal response until councillors had visited the site to check on the closeness of the pylons and sub station etc.

12.   CLERK UPDATE

i) CCTV camera in the High Street – The Committee agreed that it still wanted the camera

ii) Vacancy on the Parish Council – No election had been called. The Council could now co-opt a councillor at it’s May Full Council meeting.

iii) Pavement resurfacing along High Street – This was due to have started after Easter. The Clerk had given permission for the contractors to keep there equipment on the land that was the toilet block.

iv) OALC Training – Planning – 11th July – £35 – Agreed

13.  GRANTS, LICENCES AND SUBSCRIPTIONS

i) Information Commissioner’s Office –  Registration 2012-2013 – £35.00 Agreed

ii) Oxfordshire Association of Local Councils (OALC) – Subscription 2012-2013 – £613.27 (+VAT)  Agreed

iii) Oxfordshire Rural Community Council (ORCC) – Subscription 2012-2013 – £30.00 Agreed

iv) Wheatley Village Archive – Request for Grant Aid – (last year £1,000) Agreed

v) International Tree Foundation – Subscription 2012-2013 – £25.00 Agreed

14.  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

a) Scrutiny of budget to March 2012 and signing of completed copy of reconciled bank statement   by  Chairman & RFO – Noted

b) Balances

After the cheques below have been paid the balances on the council’s accounts as at

16th April 2012 will be as follows:                                Community     £2,808.77

Tracker           £69,780.75

Treasury         £60,302.00

15.                            SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS AUTHORISED

Cheque no. Payee Payment details Amount
Cheques paid
105481,2,4,5 & 8 GM/SW/JF/OCC/HMR&C Mar  sal/wages/pen/PAYE/NICs 3,704.60
d/d Orange Internet charge Mar 18.37
d/d Barclays Bank Interest and commission charges 54.22
Total £3,777.19
Cheques to Pay
105489 Diamond Jubilee Party Grant Aid 1,500.00
105490 Fusion Youth and Community Grant Aid 250.00
105491 SODC National non-domestic rates bill 1327.50
105492 Information Commissioner Registration 35.00
105493 OALC 2012-2013 subscription 735.92
105494 ORCC 2012-2013 subscription 30.00
105495 LCR (Local Council Review) 2012-2013 subscription 15.50
105496 WPSFMC 1st Quarterly Payment 2012-2013 2,000.00
105497 J Watson Wheatley newsletter – April/May 680.00
105498 Parchment April/May Newsletter 1,484.90
105499 Lyreco Office stationary 56.47
105500 International Tree Foundation 2012-2013 Subscription 25.00
105501 Wheatley Village Archive Grant Aid 1,000.00
105502 Mr P Hood Internal Audit 2011-2012 458.40
105503 Berinsfield C’nity Business Verges cutting March 2012 567.66
105504 C Sprent Delivery of newsletters 2011-12 35.22
d/d BNP Paribas Photocopier rental 399.94
GM/SW/JF/OCC/HMR&C April sal/wages/pen/PAYE/NICs 3,600.00
Total £14,201.48

INCOME RECEIVED SINCE LAST MEETING

Income details Amount
Newsletter Advertising 4,545.00
Tracker Account interest 12.15
Treasury Deposit 51.15
Photocopying 1.80
Total £4,610.10

16.  PUBLICATIONS & CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED AND NOTED

i)        The Haseleys – Newsletter April 2012*

ii)        Little Milton Newsletter April 2012*

iii)        Great Milton Bulletin April  2012*

iv)        Wheatley URC Newsletter – April  2012*

v)        Holton, Waterperry & Waterstock News – April  2012*

vi)        Thames Valley Police – Wheatley neighbourhood Team March 2012 newsletter*

vii)        Tree News – Spring/Summer 2012*

viii)        Oxfordshire Army Cadet force newsletter Winter 2011/12*

ix)        Tiddington with Alberry and Milton Common Newsletter – April/May 2012*

x)        CPRE – ‘Countryside Voice’ Spring 2012 & Members Guide 2012*

xi)        Oxford Brookes University – Minutes of last residents meeting + List of Public Events for 2012

xii) E-mail from resident re a ‘Village Litter Pick – Agreed that the Clerk reply asking if the resident would be prepared to organise a Litter Pick.

xiii) E-mail from resident re ‘blind chicane’ in Littleworth – Agreed that the Clerk pass the e-mail on to the Highways Department and reply to the resident that this had been done

* On display in Parish Office

17.  DATE OF NEXT MEETING – 21st May 2012 – to be confirmed

WHEATLEY PARISH COUNCIL

MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL

HELD ON MONDAY 14th May 2012 IN THE MERRY BELLS AT 7.30PM

PRESENT: Councillors: E.M. Stacey (Chairman), J Reilly, J. M. Carr, C .M. Dalton (to 9.55pm), R. T .Bell, P Willmott, E J Coveley, S Coleridge, R Old, D Lamont, G Stephens, A Knapp & E Bailey (from item 5)

OFFICER: Gareth Morris Clerk to the Parish Council

ALSO PRESENT: County Councillor Anne Purse and 5 members of the public

1          ELECTION of Chairman for 2012 – 13 and Acceptance of Office

Cllr E Stacey was proposed by Cllr Dalton and Seconded by Cllr Reilly

There being no other nominations, Cllr Stacey was duly declared Chairman. She then signed the Acceptance of Office and took the Chair.

2          APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE had been received from Cllrs Anderson and Birks

3          ELECTION of Vice-chairman

Cllr Reilly was proposed by Cllr Bell and seconded by Cllr Carr

There being no other nominations, Cllr Reilly was declared Vice-Chairman

4          FORMAL ADOPTION OF STANDING ORDERS (INCLUDING CODE OF         CONDUCT)

Proposed by Cllr Reilly and Seconded by Cllr Lamont – Agreed nem con

5.         TO CO-OPT A PARISH COUNCILLOR TO REPLACE CLLR FYFFE

Three members of the public present had declared their willingness to be co-opted on to the council

Each person was asked to say a little about themselves and why they wished to serve on the council. Councillors were then able to ask questions of the candidates and a ballot of councillors then took place.

The voting was as follows:

Elizabeth Bailey 7 votes; Nick Gibb 5 votes; Ian Roberts 0 votes

Elizabeth Bailey was therefore invited to join the council as a co-opted member. She then signed the Declaration of Acceptance

6.         APPOINTMENT of Committees;

i)   Standing Committees

a)  Finance & General Purposes Committee

Cllrs: Anderson, Bell, Birks, Carr, Coleridge, Bailey and Old

b)  Planning Committee:

Cllrs Coveley, Dalton, Lamont, Stephens, Knapp and Willmott

The chairman and vice-chairman are ex-officio members of each committee

ii) Advisory Committees and Working Groups

a) Traffic and Roads Advisory Committee (TRAC):

Anderson, Bell, Birks, Carr, Coveley, Dalton, Stacey & Reilly

b) Recreation Areas Working Group – the meeting agreed not to appoint to this group at the present time.

7.   CONFIRMATION of representatives to outside bodies:

i Merry Bells Management Committee; Cllr Janet Carr

ii   Oxfordshire  Association of Local Councils; Janet Carr. Ellie Stacey

iii   Wheatley Sports Field Management Committee; Messrs Peter Bayliss, Steve Kemp and Paul Edson, and Cllrs J Anderson, D Lamont & Paul Willmott

It was agreed that the clerk write to Mr Edson to see if he wished to remain on the committee

iv Howe Trust; Cllrs Caroline Dalton and Janet Carr and Mrs M Fyffe

v Park Sports Centre Advisory Committee; Cllr D Lamont

vi   Wheatley Charities; Cllr Bailey (to replace Mr Targett – until 2013 in the first instance and Mr Graham Colverson (until 2015)

vii   Public Transport Representative: Vacant – request to be made in the next Newsletter

viii   Wheatley Windmill Preservation Society; Cllr Caroline Dalton

ix. Wheatley Nursery School: Cllr Coleridge

FIRST STATUTORY MEETING OF WHEATLEY PARISH COUNCIL

for council year 2012 – 13

8.   APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE had been received from Cllrs Anderson and Birks

9.   DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST – None

10.   MINUTES of the meeting of the Parish Council of Monday 7th March 2011 which had been circulated previously were signed as a correct and accurate record

11.  UPDATE from the meeting held on Monday 5th March 2011

i) Minute 105 – Proposed Youth Centre – see Minute 5 F&GP Committee 19.03.12 below – Noted

ii) Minute 107 – site for Affordable Housing within the village – see 11 of the F&GP Committee 16.04.12 below – Noted

iii) Minute – Open Forum – County Councillor Anne Purse’s report. Response to Oxford City Council’s ‘Barton Action Plan’ – see Minute 100 Planning Committee 14.03.12 – Noted

12. THE MINUTES of the meetings of the Planning Committee held on the following dates were received;

i) Wednesday 14th March 201 – circulated previously

Minute 100 – Barton Area Action Plan – The Parish Council had been invited to the Pre Hearing meeting & the Examination in Public on 7th June and 17th July 2012. Respectively. It was agreed that a speaker should be sent to the Examination in Public on 17th July.

ii)    Wednesday 11th April 2011 – circulated previously

iii)    Wednesday 9th May 2011 – tabled

13. THE MINUTES of the meetings of the F&GP Committee held on the following dates were received

i)    Monday 19th March 2011 – circulated previously

Minute 5 – Resolution passed at Full Council re provision of Youth Shelter in Church Road Recreation Ground.

[That] the Committee recommends no further action be taken on a shelter pending the outcome of the Parish Council’s initiative to fund the replacement of the youth facilities in the village.

This recommendation was accepted

ii)    Monday 16th April 2011 – circulated with this Agenda

a) Minute 8 – Bollards along Church – site meeting – The clerk had written to the County Council Highways’ Dept and Arriva bus company to arrange a site meeting on Church Road.

b) Minute 9Footway around the Roundhouse

The clerk reported that he has sent the committee’s request that extending the footpath to the existing entrance and a crossing across Church Road be added to the County Council’s design feasibility study.

The friends of Church Road Recreation Ground would like to lodge a formal interest in the project with the parish Council. Noted

8.33pm the Chairman declared the Council out of session

County Councillor Purse said she was concerned that the process of reporting potholes and the claiming of compensation for damage caused to vehicles was working satisfactorily. It was suggested that information is asked for in her newsletter article

District Councillor Bell reported that the District Council was introducing a new ‘loan scheme’ that the parish councils might avail themselves of was being introduced by the District Council

Mr John Dykes spoke to his request for Parish Council support in his making an application for development of his land to the west of the Asda Petrol Station to include a number of affordable housing units for local residents.

9.12pm the Chairman declared the Council back in session

b) Minute 11 – Offer of affordable housing in a development on London Road

A discussion on Mr Dykes presentation took place Cllr Carr proposed and Cllr Lamont seconded the motion that:

“This council supports in principal and without prejudice Mr Dykes applying for  outline planning permission on land adjacent to the Asda petrol station, providing affordable housing for local community needs.”

This was Agreed by 12 votes in favour with 1 vote against and 0 abstentions

14.  TO CONSIDER THE AGREEMENT AND SCHEDULES BETWEEN THE PARISH COUNCIL AND FUSION YOUTH AND COMMUNITY UK TO PROVIDE YOUTH PROVISION AT THE YOUTH CENTRE UNDER THE ‘BIG SOCIETY’

Cllrs Stacey and Bell and the Clerk had met with representatives of Fusion and had met and agreed a Draft Agreement with Schedules which was now before the Council and the Fusion Trustees.

However Oxfordshire County Council, who had agreed to provide funding from the ‘Big Society’ Fund had expressed doubts as to whether this funding could be given to Fusion undercurrent County Council policies.

A meeting was to be arranged between representatives of both councils. Noted

15.  TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION SUBMITTED BY CLLR BELL

To set up an Advisory Committee under Standing Order 56(a) of the Parish Council’s Standing Orders to monitor, investigate and promote facilities for young people of the village between the ages of 11 & 17.The committee to consist of three parish councillors, two representatives from Fusion Youth & Community(Fusion) and one member of the public with teenage children and experience of youth work. To be known as  ‘The Youth Facilities Advisory Committee’.

Terms of reference:

  1. To act as the monitoring committee for the Youth Club activities now to be carried out by Fusion  in accordance with the agreement signed with them.
  2. To carry out detailed research into the needs and aspirations of young residents of the village and to investigate possible areas of land where these activities might take place.
  3. To do this by organising a house to house survey throughout the village of all residents.
  4. The committee to form a Steering Group of interested villagers, including the young people concerned, to undertake this work
  5. To report back to the Parish Council on the results and recommendations for action within the next twelve months.

It was Agreed that this resolution be deferred until the outcome meeting referred to in Minute 14 (above) had been held.

16.    TO REVIEW THE GRASS CUTTING CONTRACT WITH BERINSFIELD BUSINESS COMMUNITY

Referred to the next F&GP meeting

17. TO CONSIDER A REQUEST FROM SODC FOR ROAD CLOSURES (AS  REQUESTED BY THE DIAMOND JUBILEE COMMITTEE) ON SUNDAY 3RD JUNE

Crown Square – 11.00am to 12.00 midday

High Street 12.00midday to 12.45pm

Church Road – from Templars Close to Holloway Road -11.00am to 12.00 midnight

No objections.

18.  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

a) The Chairman &  RFO signed a copy of the reconciled bank statement

b) Balances

After the cheques below had been paid the balances on the council’s accounts as at 16th April 2012 would be as follows:

:                                                                              Community     £2,346.49

Tracker          £122,085.25

Treasury         £60,302.00

SCHEDULE OF PAYMENTS  AUTHORISED

Payee Payment details Amount
Cheques paid
105508-512 GM/SW/JF/OCC/HMR&C April  sal/wages/pen/PAYE/NICs 3,300.33
105505 Southern Electric Electricity Jan-Mar 2012 57.23
105506+7 The Post Office Stamps 691.00
d/d Orange Internet charge April 18.37
Total £4,757.93
Cheques to Pay
105513 Sage(UK)Ltd Accounting stationary -invoices 66.53
105514 Lyreco Coloured paper 14.14
105515 Swift Digital Services Photocopier usage 54.65
GM/SW/JF/OCC/HMR&C April sal/wages/pen/PAYE/NICs 3,600.00
Total £3,735.32

INCOME RECEIVED SINCE LAST MEETING

Income details Amount
Newsletter Advertising 1,860.00
SODC 1st half of precept 52,304.50
Total £54,164.10

19.  REPORTS FROM OUTSIDE BODIES

i)        The Merry Bells Management Committee

Cllr Carr reported that new radiators had been installed in the main hall and new furniture installed in the coffee room. Wheatley park School student art work would be exhibited in the coffee room. In response to a question from Cllr Bell she replied that the committee had agreed to hang the WI tapestry over the piano in the main hall.

ii)        The Howe Trust – Cllr Dalton reported that the newly planted trees were doing well and the working parties had started their tasks again.

9.55 pm Cllr Dalton left the meeting

iii)       The Park Sports Centre Joint User Group – Cllr Lamont reported that the centre continued to make positive progress under MR Busby the new manager. Customer advisory hours had increased, a number of new classes had started and membership was up by 1,000

20.   TO CONSIDER MATTERS RELATING TO WHEATLEY PARK SPORTSFIELD  MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

i)         Cllr Willmott reported on progress being made on the new pavilion planning.

21.  CORRESPONDENCE – Noted

i) The Hasleys newsletter May 2012

ii) Wheatley URC Newsletter – May 2012

iii) Little Milton Newsletter – May 2012

iv) Letter of thanks from Fusion UK for grant aid

v) Letter of thanks from Oxfordshire Business Education Alliance for grant aid

vi) Notice from Thames Water that they intend to submit an application for planning permission to build a new reservoir next to the existing one at the top of Old Road. This could involve a substantial number of lorry movements through the village and up Old Road. They have been invited to the next Planning Committee – Noted.

Representatives of Thames Water would attend the next Planning Committee

22.   CALENDAR OF MEETINGS.- Noted

i)    Planning Committee  – Wednesday June 13th 2012 – 7.30pm

ii)    F&GP Committee –  Monday 18th June 2012 – 7.30pm

iii)    Parish Council Meeting – Monday 4th July 2011– 7.30 pm

The meeting closed at 10.05pm

Wheatley Parish Council

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE PLANNING COMMITTEE OF

THE COUNCIL HELD ON WEDNESDAY 9th MAY 2012

PRESENT: Cllrs Coveley (in the Chair), Willmott, Dalton, Reilly & Lamont

OFFICER: The clerk

1. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE had been received from Cllrs Stacey, Knapp and Stephens

2. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST – None

3. MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING HELD ON 11th APRIL which had been circulated with the Agenda were signed as a correct and accurate record.

4. UPDATE ON MEETING HELD ON 11th April 2012

i) Minute 97(i) Letter to Asda’s Chief Executive – The Committee noted that some work had been started on the pavement by the petrol station at Asda. The clerk to e-mail the persons who had replied to our letter requesting pedestrian safety measures at the entrance.

ii) Minute 97(ii) SODC – Enforcement Order on land off Windmill Lane

The clerk had contacted the SODC Enforcement Officer who said that the said land had been cleared of non-agricultural items. The clerk to e-mail committee members  with dates for a site meeting with the Enforcement Officer.

5. AMENDMENTS TO PREVIOUS APPLICATIONS

i) P11/S0077 64 London Road (Minor) Demolition of existing buildings and

redevelopment of site to provide 3 x 1 bed and 6 x 2 bed flats served by a new access from Church Road; parking spaces for 12 cars, refuse and  recycling  storage, cycle parking and landscaping. Recommend  Approval. + Amended plans for information only – Noted

Agreed by 4 votes to 0 with 1 abstention that the clerk write to SODC requesting that a condition be put on the development that a crossing to be put across London Rd by Cromwell Place to allow pedestrians to cross London Road before the footpath on the north side ends

ii) P11/S0108 11 Miller Road Demolition of existing garage. Erection of two storey extension and single storey rear extension Recommend Refusal + Amended plans – for information only – Noted

iii) P11/W2408 (Other) 23 Windmill Lane Amendment – Part two storey part first floor front extension, erection of front porch, raising of roof to include new  rear dormers and construction of conservatory (as amended by plans accompanying e-mail from  agent dated 2 May 2012). No Strong Views

6.  NEW PLANNING APPLICATIONS

i) P11/W2408 (Other) 23 Windmill Lane Part two storey part first floor front extension, erection of front porch, raising of roof to include new rear dormers and construction of conservatory – No Strong Views

ii) P11/S0157(Minor) Land Adj to Littleworth Park Coopers Close Littleworth Proposed first floor extensions to house types 2 & 3 (Unit nos.2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7). Approved under application nos.P10/W461/O & P10/W1824/RM.- No Strong Views

iii) P12/S0319(Other) 25 Old Road Extensions and alterations

.No Strong Views

iv) P12/S0497 (Other) 10 Blenheim Lane The addition of 4 no 6ft pitched roof dormers to approved loft conversion with cat slide dormer to the rear Recommend Refusal on the grounds that this development was inappropriate for a vernacular building in the Wheatley Conservation Area.

v) P11/S0148 (Minor) 132 London Road. Erection of a Marquee to be used in with the existing Public House for use from April until October this year and existing.(sic) years. To include retention of the ‘roll-a-long’ toilet unit. No Strong Views

7.  PLANNING DECISIONS AND NOTIFICATIONS

i) P11/W2221 (Other) 41 Ladder Hill Erection of a timber deck running the width of the back garden and project down the garden 8.4m. As the ground slopes steeplyaway, the edge of the deck nearest to house will be at ground level; the furthest edge will be at an elevation of 1m above ground level. Deck will be surrounded on two sides by ballustrading. Steps will descend to garden. Recommend Approval

GRANTED 26.03.12

ii) P11/W1930(Other) + P11/1932/LB Other Listed Building) 2 Blenheim Lane Removal of lean-to porch. Erection of new lobby/porch extension to provide link between house and outbuilding. improvements to outbuilding including rebuilding south east wall to provide additional living accommodation. Recommend Approval

Amendment – New boundary treatments and change in levels. As amended by plan plans accompanying agent’s e-mail dated 13/02/12 Recommend Approval GRANTED 05.04.12

iii) P11/W2000  (Minor) Castle Hill Farm Installation of one (1 no.) 10 kw micro wind turbine on 25m open lattice mast and associated underground cables. (As amended by drawing  SWE 25m Base Revision 0 and Additional Supporting Statement accompanying e-mail from agent received 5 March 2012). Recommend Refusal – REFUSED 12.04.12

iv) P11/W2409 (Other) 14 Coopers Close Littleworth Single storey front extension to enlarge living room. Single storey side extension to form new hall, cloakroom and utility room. No Strong Views – GRANTED 26.04.12

v) P11/W2196(Other) 51 Crown Road  Single storey, north facing extension with a pitched roof to match existing on side of existing

detached garage. No external doors or windows. No Strong Views  GRANTED  02.05.12

vi) P11/W2410 (Other) 117 Old Road Proposed single storey rear extension No Strong Views – GRANTED 02.05.12

vii) P11/W1696 (Minor) Asda Stores, London Rd. Proposed entrance lobby to store entrance – Recommend Approval – GRANTED 19.12.11

viii) P11/W2032 (Other) 39 Littleworth  Single storey extension and new pitched roof at first floor level. Recommend Approval – GRANTED 17.02.12

8.  CORRESPONDENCE  – None

9. DATE OF NEXT MEETING – Wednesday 13th June 2012 – Noted

Cllrs Lamont and Dalton gave their apologies for the meeting

The meeting closed at 9.35pm