MINUTES OF A MEETING OF SNITTERFIELD
Prior to the formal agenda,
Police Constable Stephens gave a presentation on the merits of 'Smartwater',
a property marking solution.
The Chairman then opened
the formal meeting
1. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
2. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
4. MATTERS ARISING
(a) Moles at War Memorial
(d) Car Transporters
Grazing Rights - Atteys Field
£330 - 00
|(b)||Lloyds TSB||Business Instant Access Account Interest||
£15 - 77
|(c)||A.E. Bennett & Sons||Cemetery Fee (Bowdler)||
£110 - 00
|Payments to be authorised|
|(a)||M P Garden Services||
£188 - 25
|(b||Greenacre Garden Services||
£87 - 00
Electricity supply to Village Hall ( Direct Debit)
£33 - 00
|(d)||British Gas||Gas supply to Village Hall ( Direct Debit)||
£68 - 00
|(e)||Margaret Tweed||Re-planting flower tubs||
£58 - 37
|Proposed Councillor Mrs
Morlidge, seconded Councillor Stammers
'that the listed payments be authorised'
So resolved, nem con
6. PLANNING MATTERS
|(a) Mr. J. Sunner, The Hideaway, The Shop, Smiths Lane||Demolition of
existing dwelling and erection of replacement dwelling, construction of
carports together with all associated works - amended details
Ms. & Mrs. M. Donald, Barley Break, Cedar Drive
Amendments to design and
layout of approved new dwelling including rear extension
|Submission||Objection to proposal withdrawn provided that conditions are made to ensure that the front facade is modified to reflect the character of the adjacent cottages|
(c) Mr & Mrs Fossett,
Land adja. Dove Close, The Green
|Proposed conversion of building into Holiday Let||
This proposal is not acceptable - it is outside the village in the Green belt and is inn conflict with P.P.G.2 and P.R.2. It also fails to comply with CTY2A
|(d) Mr. S Dawkes, Snitterfield Fruit Farm, Kings Lane||Change of use from an agricultural to a mixed agricultural/storage use||
Mr.& Mrs. R.A.H. Clarke, Corner Park House,
|Proposed alterations and minor extensions to existing house and new cladding and roof to garage||
|Submission||All alterations and minor extensions are acceptable with the exception of the store in the back yard. This is not acceptable because it will prevent the owners of the attached property from reasonable access to maintain their wall, roof and guttering|
|(f) Mr. & Mrs. D. King, Meadow View Farm, Heath End||Agricultural shed for storage of farm vehicles and implements||
|Submission||No objection - it will have little impact upon neighbouring properties|
|(g) Mr. & Mrs. T. Dunn, The Grove, Kings Lane||Erection
of two storey pitched roof side/ rear
|(a) Stratford Oaks Golf Club, Bearley Road||Site works improvements, including raised screen bund mound in practice area and maintenance area, new practice tees and raised no. 17 tee||
Permission with conditions
|(b) Ms. J. Lampson, Police House, Bearley Road||Erection of two storey pitched roof side extension||
|Permission with conditions|
|(c) Mr.& Mrs. M. Donald, Barley Break, Cedar Drive||Demolition of existing dwelling||
|Consent granted with conditions|
|(d) Mr.& Mrs. M. Donald, Barley Break, Cedar Drive||Amendments to design and layout of approved new dwelling (03/00731/FUL), including rear extension||
|Permission with conditions|
Warwickshire County Council
(a) Planning, Transport and
Economic Strategy - 'Our Year in Review
8. MATTERS RELATED TO CEMETERY MAINTENANCE
It was noted that the application
of weedkiller to the paths was still outstanding.
The Clerk submitted a letter
from Grimshaw Group with details of its specialist stone cleaning service
and an example of a recent Parish Council contract to clean a War Memorial.
10. FINANCE MEETING
It was agreed that the Finance Meeting should follow the next Parish Council to be held on Monday 13th December 2004.
11. TO RECEIVE COMMENTS / OBSERVATIONS FROM COUNCILLORS
Referred to the presentation
on 'Smartwater' and asked that the subject be listed for further consideration.
Said that he had received
information sheets published by the Rural Community Council appertaining
to the Village Hall Trusteeship. He said that he would circulate them
to Members for their information. He asked that a Meeting of the Trustees
be called to discuss the matter.
Reported that a survey was
in progress of the brook. Water levels were being recorded for the information
of the County and District Councils and the Environment Agency.
Referred to the ongoing investigation
of low loaders parking on the highway adjacent to Speeds Garage.
Said that the launch event
on A439 Safety Engineering Measures and a proposed 50 mph speed limit
would be held on12th November 2004.
Said that it would asssist
if he could be made aware of the Parish Council's submissions on individual
There being no further business, the Chairman declared the meeting closed at 9 - 40 p.m.