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18 July 2011

TICKTON AND ROUTH PARISH COUNCIL

 

Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of Tickton and Routh Parish Council held in Tickton Village Hall, on Monday 18 July 2011


Present:                      Councillor Morris (in the Chair)

                                     Councillors Caley, Harbidge, Hardy, Oliver, Sinkler, A Walker, N Walker, Webster, Wells

Councillor Dobson for items 41- 48 only

                                   

In Attendance:      PSCO Freer for item 40 – 44 only

PCSO Marshall for item 40 – 44 only

                                    Ms V Bolton – Beverley LAT – for item 42 only

Mrs Lloyd – Clerk (minute taker)

                                   

                                   

Public:            There was one member of the public present

 

 

40     DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

 

Councillor Oliver declared a prejudicial interest in agenda item 9b, and a personal interest in item 11 (minutes 46 and 48 refer) as a member of the Village Hall Committee; Councillor Morris declared a prejudicial interest in agenda item 9b and a personal interest in item 11(minutes 46 and 48 refer) as Chairman of the Village Hall Committee.

 

PUBLIC FORUM

 

AFC Tickton had sent a representative to the meeting who stated that the numbers of children involved with mini soccer had increased due to the continuing success of the club.  This was reflected in the paper that had been circulated to each Councillor with the proposals for the coming season.

 

41     MINUTES

 

No amendments were required.

 

Resolved – The minutes of the Parish Council Meeting of 20 June 2011 are signed as a true and correct record

 

42     MATTERS ARISING

 

Beverley LAT Street Surgery

 

Ms V Bolton fed back on the outcomes of the recent street surgery which was held in Tickton.  Various actions were identified for the police, fire service, East Riding of Yorkshire Council and for the Parish Council.

 

43     ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION WITH WARD COUNCILLOR

 

The Ward Councillor had sent apologies to the meeting but had requested that any concerns were to be forwarded to her.  The issues raised were the road lining on Meaux Road and the enforcement issues at Routh.

 

44     COMMUNITY SAFETY

 

Crime Figures

The report on crime figures for June was noted.

 

Feedback on parking on Main Street on the Saturday morning of 9 July was given and it was noted that only one vehicle was parked illegally.

 

A proposal was made that community safety should be moved up the agenda.

 

Resolved – From September meeting ‘Community Safety’ will follow ‘Minutes’ on the agenda.

 

45     PLANNING

 

Planning Application

 

 

Resolved –   To request that a condition is imposed if approval is given to this scheme that requires the re-engineering of the entrance to the site (which was previously approved to be completed prior to the occupation of the site) to be completed before this scheme can commence to ensure safety of those using the A1035

 

Application to carry out works to trees protected by a Tree Preservation Order:

 

 

Resolved –   To defer to the decision of the tree officer regarding whether it is necessary to remove the sycamore T1 but if approved it should be replaced with a tree of a minimum height of 2.4 metres.

 

46     FINANCE

 

Financial Statement

The financial statement for the year to the end of June was presented to the Parish Council

 

Payments

 

Resolved – To pay £12.00 for rent

 

Resolved – To pay £72.00 for salary

 

Resolved – To pay £210.00 for installation of gate

 

Resolved – To pay £379.20 in advance for bench

 

Payments made under delegated authority of financial regulation 6d

 

Resolved – Payment of £6.00 for postage noted

 

Resolved – Payment of £28.00 for printing noted

 

 

Additional Insurance Premium

The insurance premium was currently being negotiated to reflect the handover of the play equipment on the GL Cullington Field.

 

Resolved – The Easy-Gate is to be added to the assets insured

 

47     CHURCH IN TICKTON FLOWER FESTIVAL

 

The Church in Tickton is to hold a flower festival in Tickton on 9 – 11 September.

 

Resolved – The Church in Tickton will have the use of the GL Cullington Car Park for the duration of the festival.  AFC Tickton will be informed that the Village Field is not available for the duration of the festival

 

48     MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT WITH AFC TICKTON

 

(Due to a declaration of a personal interest Cllr Morris sought and was given approval to carry on as Chairman for this item)

 

Consideration was given to revising the memorandum of agreement with AFC Tickton following on from information from the football club about their plans to expand and use the GL Cullington Field and concerns raised by residents regarding parking and lack of opportunity for others to access the facilities.

 

Resolved – The Memorandum of Agreement is to be updated to restrict training on a Saturday to only five teams and to only three matches on a Sunday.  No extra use of the Tickton Village Play Field or GL Cullington Field is approved. 

 

(One member of the public left at this point)

 

49     GL CULLINGTON FIELD

 

Councillors considered the condition of the four areas of the activity trail/trim-track on the GL Cullington Field following the latest advice

 

Resolved – Trim- Track equipment is to be removed at the earliest opportunity

 

50     FLOOD LIAISON

 

Notes from the last meeting and an e-mail from PH were considered

 

Resolved – In future Cllr N Walker is to take the lead on matters regarding flooding

 

51     MOTIONS PROPOSED BY COUNCILLORS

 

Cllr Hardy proposed the following motion:-

 

That the PC considers asking ERYC to replace the give way markings at Weel Tip with a stop line and more appropriate signage including an additional sign warning drivers exiting the site to look both ways

 

Resolved – The motion is carried

 

Part ll PRIVATE SESSION

 

52   HANDYMAN RECRUITMENT

 

 

There being no further business the meeting closed at 9.55pm.The next ordinary meeting was scheduled for 19 September 2011.