Extra-ordinary Full Council meeting, 11/12/2018 – minutes

WELLESBOURNE and WALTON PARISH COUNCIL
Minutes for an Extra-ordinary meeting of the Council on Tuesday 11th December 2018 at 7.00pm at the Parish Council Office at 2 School Road, Wellesbourne

Present: Chairman: Cllr Mrs Prior Councillors: Barritt, Mrs Bolton, Mann Clerk: Mrs Scriven Members of public: 4

1. Welcome

2. Apologies for Absence – Cllrs Mrs Bartlett, Jackson, Kendall, Mrs Paige-Stimson

3. Confirmation of the order of the Agenda – Add request from Bowls Club to erect advertising banners, late correspondence re Superfast Broadband and request for street name change from SDC – agreed

4. Identification of any items that might be resolved for confidential session – none

5. Declarations of Interest – none

6. Open Session for members of the public to raise any matters of relevance to the Parish
Mr Cooknell, Mountford Close, raised his concern in relation to planning item 7.2.3 as a neighbour, the plant would emit noise and odour pollution as well as the food waste bins being too close to the neighbouring properties spoiling their outdoor amenity.
Miss McDonaugh, Mountford Close said item 7.2.3 did not suggest additional traffic to the school but believed this would be the consequence of the addition of a cooking kitchen at the school due to delivery vehicles and staff.

7. Urgent Planning – Cllr AP
7.1 Decisions
1.
18/02848/FUL Full planning for extension of the residential garden (agricultural to residential change of use) the erection of a garage to supersede the basement garage consented under application reference 17/00734/FUL and the use of the agricultural access for agricultural and residential to the previously approved dwelling. Revised submission of 18/00726/FUL.
At Fammington Court, Loxley Lane For Mr & Mrs M Butler
Permission with conditions – noted
2.
18/02450/LBC Works of repair and stabilisation to the blocked windows in the southy gable of 19th century wing of the house. Works will consist of – raking out defective / loose cementitios pointing around perimeter of the oak frames and repaint in lime mortar. Careful removal of the brick infill panels and re-fixing, integrating Stainless Steel frame cramps to secure the brickwrk to the oak frame as appropriate. Brickwork to be bedded and repointed in lime mortar to match the existing. Replacement of decayed cill to window WF01 in oak. – Introduction of oak face patches to cover exposed tenons to decayed corner joints to all 3 windows. See drawing 883/07 for marked up photos of blocked windows
At Fammington Court, Loxley Lane For Mr & Mrs M Butler
Consent Granted with Conditions – noted
3.
18/02465/FUL Demolition of existing 2 metre high brick garden wall (marked A-B on site plan) and rebuilding 1 metre to the East (marked C-D-E on site plan) just short of ownership boundary/rear of highway footpath forming part of Dovehouse Drive
At 1 Pembroke Gardens For Mr Endall
Permission with conditions – noted
7.2 Applications
1.
18/03481/FUL Ground and first floor side extension
At 18 Crosslands For Mr Paul Horne
Case officer Lindsey Young By 19 December 2018
No objection
2.
18/03152/FUL Demolition of steel portal framed building and the extension to the existing commercial greenhouses replacing the external storage area
At The Tree House, Church Road, Charlecote For Mr C Cox Natural Green
Case officer Eleanor Bass By 21 December 2018
No objection but the Council support the protection of footpath SD127

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3.
SDC/18CC017 Proposed extension to provide new dining / assembly hall, kitchen and ancillary accommodation, and minor alterations to existing building
At Wellesbourne C of E Junior and Infant School (annex) For Warwickshire County Council
Case officer Sally Panayi By 19 December 2018
Objection made – not enough information to make an informed decision on the impact on neighbouring properties or any mitigating actions taken by the applicant. Further information was requested.

8.
Approval of payments as per attached cheque list Prop Cllr Mrs RB, 2nd Cllr RB carried

9. Cllr and Clerk exchange of information
Cllr Mrs Prior had been invited to attend a site visit by the Medical Centre. It was noted the build completion was running behind and the date for handover was now mid January. It was noted that the land to be taken over by WWPC had been compacted by the heavy plant machinery and would now have to be de-compacted before grass seeding in the spring.
Cllrs agreed that the SUDs should be fenced off properly to avoid danger from lying water and that the Medical Centre puts in place 2-3 life belts.
Query responsibility for life belts and fencing with Council solicitor By Office

10. Date of next meeting – 8th January 2019

There being no further business to discuss, the meeting closed at 8.00pm

Chairman Cllr EMR Bolton

Signed EMR Bolton

Date 26/2/19
(Completed 18th December 2018)

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