© Collingbourne Ducis Parish Council 2017
  COLLINGBOURNE DUCIS PARISH COUNCIL YOU ARE SUMMONED TO ATTEND THE A MEETING OF THE PARISH COUNCIL TO BE HELD IN COLLINGBOURNE SCHOOL ON THURSDAY 14th SEPTEMBER 2017 AT 7.00 pm AGENDA 1. APOLOGIES. 2. CHAIRMAN’S ANNOUNCEMENTS.              Chair 3. 29.17 MINUTES OF LAST MEETING – Minutes of the Annual Parish Meeting and the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council Parish Council held on 6 July 2017. 30.17 Matters arising – for information only 4. 31.17  DISCLOSURE(S) OF INTEREST AND GRANTING OF DISPENSATIONS To  receive any declaration of  interest by a member in relation to matters to be considered at this meeting, as defined by the Code of Conduct adopted by the Council on 12 July 2012 in accordance with the provisions of the Localism Act 2011 and to consider 4. 32.17 CO-OPTION.  To consider applications received. 4. 33.17 POLICING ISSUES 4. 34.17 ADJOURNMENT FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS/QUESTIONS 4. 35.17 FINANCE REPORT Chairman To receive report from Committee Meetings held since the last full PC Meeting and consider any recommendations made. To note cheques issued since the last meeting and authorise bills and cheques for payment: 1622 Idverde Ltd (Gds Maintenance & Bins 30 Jun 17) £527.60 (VAT £87.93) 1623 P Gill (Green Bin Sticker 13 Jul 17) £44.00 1624 RBS Ltd (Accts Package & Support 1 Aug 17) £139.20 (VAT £23.20) 1625 Idverde Ltd (Gds Maintenance & Bins 31 Jul 17) £527.60 (VAT £87.93) 1626 D Pawley (Church Clock service & repairs 24 Jul 17) £260.00 (VAT 50.00) 1627 Mr P Gill (Clerk's Sal & Exps Aug 17) £364.13 1628 HMRC (Clerk's PAYE & Council's NI Aug 17) £91.00 1629 Everleigh PC (correction of misposting 10 Aug) £50.00 1630 Idverde Ltd (Gds Maintenance & Bins 30 Aug 17) £527.60 (VAT £87.93) 1631 JRC Cleaning Svcs Ltd (Bus Shelters 21 Aug 17) £28.00 (VAT £4.67) 1632 Mr P Gill (Clerk's Sal & Exps Sep 17) £364.13 1633 HMRC (Clerk's PAYE & Council's NI Sep 17) £91.00 Lighting Scheme Proposal.  To consider reinstating the  lighting scheme of footpath in the area of Collingbourne School and leading to the village hall  lit by paying for the school external lights to be on for longer that required by the school. Grants requests.  To consider requests as received. 4. 36.17  PLANNING REPORT Planning Chairman Receive report and consider Planning Applications. 17/06808/TCA: Work to Trees in a Cons Area to reduce height of deciduous hedge to approx 10 feet with Walnut at one end and behind summer house at The Shepherds House, 103 Sunton. 17/06930/FUL: Proposed single storey rear boot room extension at Willow Wood House, Blackmore Lane, Ludgershall, SP11 9PR. 17/07500/FUL:  Demolish and replace window at Penny Ridge Church Street 17/08514/TCAT1 - Yew tree - fell : T2 - Yew tree - reduce limbs by 3m to clear house and overhead cables : T3 - Horse Chestnut - fell  at Highfield House, Sunton.  37.17 PROPERTY REPORT Play Area Inspections.  To receive update on inspections and repairs from Cllr Knowlson Grass Cutting & Bin Emptying Contract Apr 17- Apr 20.  To consider the effectiveness of the contract to date. 4. 38.17  HIGHWAY MATTERS. Highways Sub Committee.  To consider the impact of Wilts Cllr Wayman's September Highways Newsletter.  Cllr Knowlson to lead on Play Areas.  To receive report from Cllr Greenwood on his draft letter to the Highways Portfolio holder at Wilts Council. Footpath CD 29.  To receive update from Clerk on repairs. 4. 39.17  GENERAL MATTERS. Chairman Emergency Plan.  To receive update from Cllr Greenwood and consider date forpublication.  General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).  To receive update from Cllr Gomes on the impact on the Council and Cllrs. Xmas Big Brunch.  To receive an update to include date and outline plan for the event from Cllrs Smith & Millard. Village Gates.  To receive an update on possible suppliers and costings from Cllr Dennis.   Complaints.  Signage Proliferation.  To consider a complaint received regarding the proliferation of signage in the village. 4. 40.17 DATE OF NEXT MEETING:  Confirm as Thursday 2 November 2017. Philip GillParish Clerk 7 September 2017 Note:  Members are reminded that the Council has a general duty to consider the following matters in the exercise of any of its functions:  Crime & Disorder, Equal Opportunities (race, gender, sexual orientation, marital status and any disability), Freedom of Information, Health & Safety and Human Rights.