WELLESBOURNE and WALTON PARISH COUNCIL
Minutes for an Extra-ordinary meeting of the Council on Tuesday 24th April 2018 at 7.00pm at the
Parish Council Office at 2 School Road, Wellesbourne
Chairman: Cllr Mrs Prior Councillors: Barritt, Mrs Bolton, Jackson, Mann, Mrs Michael Clerk: Mrs Scriven
Members of public: 2
2. Apologies for Absence – Cllr Heaton Kendall, Shepherd, Thomas
3. Confirmation of the order of the Agenda – agreed
4. Identification of any items that might be resolved for confidential session – none
5. Declarations of Interest – Cllr Mrs Michael declared a non pecuniary interest in item 8.1 as overlooking the site
6. Open Session for members of the public to raise any matters of relevance to the Parish – Mrs Cook, Church Street raised concern in relation to the amount of signs on the school railings which obscured the traffic signs Following works on the grass verges by the entrance the new medical centre there were several stumps sticking up dangerously
7. Approval of payments as per the attached cheque list – Prop Cllr Barritt, 2nd Cllr Mrs Michael carried
8 Urgent Planning – Cllr AP
18/00836/VARY Removal of condition 23 (new off-site bus stops) of outline permission 15/00595/OUT as is felt that there are sufficient bus stops servicing the locality within walking distance of the new medical centre
At Land off Dog Close For Hastings House Medical Centre
Case Officer Eddie Wrench By 27th April 2018
Support as agreed there was no need of a further stop so close to the existing one
18/00867/FUL Proposed relocation of the existing agricultural building, clad with new york boarding and reduce the length of the building by one bay
At Mount Pleasant Farm, Walton For Mr A Hope
Case Officer Andrew Huntley By 2nd May 2018
9. Cllr and Clerk exchange of information
Cllr Mrs Michael welcomed the advanced notice of the Women’s Cycling Tour passing through Wellesbourne on 15th June, and raised awareness of the National Rural Crime Survey advertised in the Midweek News.
Cllr Mann said a warning was given to Alcester residents to be aware of theft from gardens and outhouses after a spate of theft
Cllr Jackson said he had seen a PCSO and Police Constable on the beat in the village
Cllr Barritt said there had been an incident at the Ettington Park playground where older youths had evicted smaller children and residents had called the Police asking them to attend.
Cllr Mrs Prior had been approached by the Women’s Institute who wished to plant an Oak tree they had been awarded and asking if the Parish Council would be interested and asking for suitable locations.
10. Date of next meeting –1st May 2018
There being no further business to discuss the meeting closed at 7.15pm.
Chairman Cllr Mrs Prior
Signed A Prior
Completed 25th April 2018