Extra-ordinary Full Council meeting, 22/02/2022 – agenda

Agenda for an Extra Ordinary meeting of the Council taking place on Tuesday 22nd February 2022 at 7.00 pm in the Methodist Hall, Bridge Street, Wellesbourne
Cllrs are summoned to deal with the following agenda.
Lynda Scriven Clerk to the Council 8th February 2022
Members of public wishing to attend the meeting are to follow the instructions below (these rules are to protect everyone in attendance)
You will be required to wear a mask during the whole meeting unless you have a medical exemption which you must evidence upon arrival
You will need to confirm you are covid free on the day of the meeting. If you have symptoms, you must not attend the meeting and you and your household should isolate immediately. You should arrive between 7pm – 7.15pm
Should you wish to raise any issues with Councillors without attending the meeting in person you may do so by emailing the Clerk on Clerk@wellesbournepc.com or by telephoning the Chairman 01789 842103 no later than 4pm on the day of the meeting (you will receive an emailed/written/telephone response following the meeting)

1. Welcome and announcements

2. Apologies received

3. Declarations of Interest

4. Confirmation of the order of the agenda

5. Identification of any items that might be resolved for confidential session

6. Open session for members of the public to raise any matters of relevance to the Parish

7. Urgent Planning
22/00188/LBC Repair and reinstatement to elements of the building damaged by fire October 2021
At The Stags Head, 1 Chestnut Sq, Wellesbourne For Mrs J McKintyre The Stags Head Ltd
Planning Officer Heather Kenny Date 24th February 2022
22/00270/LBC Replacement of existing concrete floor structure for limecrete, including underfloor heating system and electrics (relocated from walls) and flag floor covering
At 9 Church Walk, Wellesbourne For Miss Ellen Powell
Planning Officer Heather Kenny Date 25th February 2022

8. Recommendation to accept quote from Thomas Fox to carry out an initial mowing and strimming visit, raking and collecting grass and removal of resulting waste from Dog Close at £440 + Vat to be paid from Unilateral Agreement Funds and to carry out mowing and strimming on a 2-weekly basis throughout the season using a cut and lay service (16 visits) at £110 + Vat per visit to be paid from Community Facilities budget – Prop Cllr AP

9. Recommendation to respond to the consultation from Warwickshire County Council supporting a 20mph limit in all built up areas Prop Cllr AP, 2nd Cllr AB

10. Cllrs & Clerk exchange of information