AGENDA

LEIGH-ON-MENDIP PARISH COUNCIL MEETING

to be held on Monday 18 May 2020 at 7.00 p.m. online

ANY MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC WISHING TO ATTEND THE MEETING IS REQUESTED TO PROVIDE AN EMAIL ADDRESS TO ANY PARISH COUNCIL MEMBER. THEY WILL THEN BE SENT AN INVITATION BY EMAIL BEFORE THE START OF THE MEETING

 

1.            Apologies

 

2.            Declarations of Interest & Dispensations and requests for recording

 

3.            Minutes of meeting held on 20 Apr 2020

 

4.            Matters arising from minutes of 20 Apr 2020

 

5.            District & County Councillors Reports (maximum 5 minutes)

 

6.            Planning

Status of Current Applications & other Planning Matters

2020/0758/FUL and 2020/0761/FUL – Erection of new livestock building and conversion of existing building to provide annexed accommodation at Grove Shute Farm

2020/0721/OTS Application for Outline Planning Permission with some matters reserved for the erection of 3 no. dwellings with details of access at Corner Cottage

2020/0082/HSE Renovation, repair and associated works at Prescott - awaiting decision

·                     Strip of MDC land at Apple Meadow View

 

7.         Finance

·                     Financial Statement as at 3103.20, 20.04.20 and 18.05.20

·                     Cheques for Signature: Clerk’s Salary; Grass Cutting, Cemetery Clerk’s Salary, Insurance

·                     AGAR Progress

·                     Defibrillator PadPak and annual charge

 

8.            Cemetery Matters: Fir Trees

 

9.            Open Space Project Report: AA, RFMC, Leases

 

10.          Coronavirus

 

11.          Health and Safety

 

13        Councillor Reports: PCSO; Footpaths/Rangers; Highways; Recreation Field; Memorial Hall; School; SALC; Quarry; Allotment Association; Facebook and Website

 

14           Points from Parish Bulletin:  

 

15           Meetings Attended / To be attended

 

16           Correspondence

 

17        Date and time of next meeting: 15 June 2020 at 7.00 p.m. On Line

 

 

“Members are reminded that the Council has a general duty to consider the following matters in the exercise of any of its functions:  ual opportunities (race, gender, sexual orientation, marital status and any disability), Crime and Disorder, Health and Safety and Human Rights.”