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Hawkinge Parish Council Meeting Agenda 9 September 2005

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HAWKINGE PARISH COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA 14 SEPTEMBER 2005

The next meeting of the Parish Council will be held o­n Wed. 14th September 2005 at 7.30 p.m. in the Village Hall

                                                 OPEN MEETING

The Chairman will take questions from parishioners.   The number of speakers will be limited to five (time limit 3 minutes). 

 

A G E N D A

1            Apologies

 

2          Minutes

To confirm and sign the minutes of the meeting held o­n 10th August 2005 (already circulated) and the Extraordinary meeting held o­n 22nd August 2005 (enc.)

 

3            Declarations of Interest

Councillors should disclose personal or prejudicial interest/s in any item/s o­n this agenda.  Councillors with a personal interest must describe and give details of the interest.  Unless the personal interest amounts to a prejudicial interest, he/she may participate fully in the meeting.   A prejudicial interest is o­ne in which a member of the public, with knowledge of the relevant facts, would reasonably regard as so significant that it is likely to prejudice a Councillor’s judgement of the public interest.   Anyone with a prejudicial interest must, unless an exception applies or a dispensation has been issued, withdraw from the meeting room.

Whenever possible, and if in doubt, advice should be sought from the Clerk prior to the meeting.

 

4          Casual Vacancy

Clerk to report.   (Any applications received to be discussed in the confidential section).

 

5          Matters arising out of the Minutes

       (a) Land for allotments:  Chairman to report.

      (b) Royal Mail: advice that the PC’s request for an additional post box has been

sent to the Collections Manager.

       (c) Youth Shelters [min. 161]

 

6          Reports – Working Groups

Community Liaison

Planning and Development

Public Rights of Way 

Finance Group

 

7          Other Bodies

Neighbourhood Management Partnership

Community Centre

Village Hall

 

8          Parish Community Tree Warden

            Trees Vandalised - report for Parish Council (enc.)

 

9          Hawkinge Football Ground

      (a) The Football Project – Cllr. Trice

    

      (b) Management of the ground – Cllr. Hodgson

     

10        Finance

       (a) Clerk to report

       (b) To receive a letter from Hawkinge Cricket & Social Club accepting the

             PC’s proposal [min. 151 refers]

       (c) Memorial Garden – Cllr. Hogben to report

       (d) Kent BTCV – Tree Warden Scheme: request for a donation (enc.)

       (e) Payments

            To approve payment of the accounts presented at the meeting (list enc.)

 

Any queries regarding accounts must be raised with the Clerk before the meeting.

          

11        Correspondence

       (a) KCC – Strategic Planning Directorate: consultation o­n the South East Plan:

Employment, housing and infrastructure in Kent (enc.)

       (b) Regeneration Officer, SDC – Consultation o­n the South East Plan – 21st and

             29th September (enc.)

       (c) Dover District Council: Statement of Community Involvement (enc.)

       (d) Government Office for the South East: Proposed changes to Regional Planning

Guidance for the SE – Waste and Minerals (enc.)

        (e) Ashford Borough Council: Pre-submission consultation o­n the statement of

            Community Involvement (enc.)

        (f) Action with Communities in Rural Kent: Consultation Event DEFRA’s

            Rural Social and Community Programme 28th Sept. Harrietsham V.Hall

      (g) Kent Police – Parish & Neighbourhood Watch Liaison Officer (enc.)

      (h) Shepway NHS Primary Care Trust AGM 12 – 2 pm Thurs. 29th Sept. Village Hall, St. Mary’s Bay.

 

12        Plans

List of planning applications received enclosed.    Planning application

Y05/1150/SH Woodside, Coombe Wood Lane will be discussed at the meeting.

 

Please contact Cllr. Trice if you would like to view the plans before the meeting.  

 

13       CONFIDENTIAL MATTERS

           To resolve that because publicity would be prejudicial to the public interest by

Reason of the confidential nature of business to be transacted the public (including the Press) be excluded from the meeting pursuant to the provision of sub section 100 & 102 of the Local Government Act, 1972.

 

14        Future of the Leisuredrome [min. 155(b)]

Chairman to report.

 

15        Casual Vacancy

            To receive letters from applicants

 

Any matters referred to the confidential section during the meeting