MINUTES OF CLIFFORD CHAMBERS AND MILCOTE PARISH COUNCIL MEETING HELD IN THE JUBILEE HALL, CLIFFORD CHAMBERS AT 7.45pm ON MONDAY 19TH NOVEMBER 2018

PRESENT: Cllrs L Moseley (Chairman), J Batchelor, J Hall, M Townsend and S Wyles
WCC Cllr Mike Brain, 9 members of the public were present. Clerk Karen Parnell

Co-option of a parish councillor
Margaret Townsend was co-opted on to the parish council. SDC will be notified of the appointment.

1 APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE:
SDC Cllr P Barnes

2 FIFTEEN MINUTE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.
None

3 DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
None

4 ACCEPTANCE OF MINUTES 24th September 2018 MEETING
Resolved a true and accurate record and duly signed by the chairman

5 MATTERS ARISING FROM MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING / NEW MATTERS

• Chairman’s update
As you have heard we have now adopted the Neighbourhood Plan. This means it will now be published in the Stratford Herald. Details of how to access a copy of the plan and how to comment will be sent by email to all who contributed to the Clifford Chambers Neighbourhood Plan email list and, by way of a flyer, details will be posted to all houses and businesses in the Parish. Can I remind everyone that your comments are most important; we want to hear your views on the plan, what you support and what you would wish to add comments to. The plan has four key areas; Housing, Natural Environment, Local Community and Traffic and Transport. Each key area has a series of objectives. We would like you to review each of these and where you think it’s necessary provide us with comments. If you have difficulty accessing the electronic copy of the plan and would like to hear more about the contents and what they mean to the Parish then please come along to the public meeting on SUNDAY 2nd DECEMBER. Printed copies of the plan will be available to read at this meeting. When comments have been collected, they will be tabulated and assessed to see what elements may need to be addressed. The plan will then be amended or added to as appropriate and then submitted for examination. Along with the plan will be a comprehensive report identifying how the plan was compiled, reviewed and amended and what consultation was carried out. This report will identify and explain how the final submission has been compiled after this period of consultation. The documents will first be reviewed by the Planning Authority before being submitted to the examiner. The examination period is normally three months. Following the examiner’s report, the plan may be further amended before it goes to a local Referendum where a simple majority will determine the outcome. Once made, the NP will become part of the Development Plan for the area.

• Neighbourhood Plan Progress
The Neighbourhood Plan is now the Parish Council’s plan and as such is the direct responsibility of the members of the Parish Council. The Steering group will continue to support the PC and will report back at the various stages of the process.

• Website
A greater take up within the village will be encouraged with residents being requested to become more involved.

6 ANY MATTERS FROM DISTRICT COUNCILLOR
Cllr Peter Barnes was not present.

ANY MATTERS FROM COUNTY COUNCILLOR
Cllr Mike Brain reported:
A road closure has to take place to enable Spitfire to lay drainage. Signage is not adequate. More contractors will need to be on site. The route of the diversion is causing problems, although Cycle and pedestrian access is in place. Separate works contributing to traffic in Long Marston will only result in essential road closures. It will be suggested to WCC that adjoining parish councils be notified of road closures.HGV speed reduction signs are now in place on Milcote road. Accident figures for the B4362 have been provided to Cllr Brain and will be analysed. Lorries are still parking where they should not despite bollards being put in place and the police being
informed. The PC chairman, Cllr Brain and WCC will follow this matter up with traffic managers. WCC has awarded £ 750.00 to ‘Wild about Clifford’ for their orchard project.

7 FLOODS / EMERGENCY COMMITTEE
Covered earlier within this agenda

8 PLANNING MATTERS
Applications
Application(s) reference: 18/02721/FUL
Proposed : Change of use of former agricultural building to Class B8 storage and change
of use of domestic garden to the stationing of storage containers (Class B8) and associated
development (retrospective).
At : Brick Kiln House, Campden Road, Clifford Chambers, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 8LW
For : Mr Tim James

Application(s) reference: 18/02909/FUL
Proposed : Two Storey Extension to rear
At : Roimond, Campden Road, Clifford Chambers, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 8JA
For : Mr Mark Hayman

Application(s) reference: 18/02944/VARY
Proposed : Variation of Condition 2 of Application Reference Number: 16/03793/LBC
& 16/03792/FUL (Date of Decision: 06/01/2017) to revise a drawing to permit the use of an
alternative roofing material, Zinc, over Lead, as approved.
At : 35 The Square, Clifford Chambers, CV37 8HT,
For : Ms Sarah Hosking Hosking Houses Trust

Application(s) reference: 18/03121/TREE
Proposed : G1 - 2 x leylandii - Fell.
At : The Laurels, Clifford Chambers, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 8HX
For : Mrs Sally Abell

Application(s) reference: 18/03125/TREE
Proposed : T1 - goat willow - Fell.
At : Garden Cottage, 43 Clifford Chambers, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 8HX
For : Miss Lisa Colins

Application(s) reference: 18/03135/TREE
Proposed : T1 - norway maple - Fell
T2 - field maple - Fell
T3 - walnut - Remove overhang by 2 metres above overhead wires.
At : Recreation Ground, Clifford Chambers, ,
For : Mr L Mosley

Application(s) reference: 18/03137/TREE
Proposed : T1 - leylandii - Fell
At : Clifford Lodge, Clifford Chambers, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 8HR
For : Mr James Adam

Application(s) reference: 18/03116/FUL
Proposed : Change of use of a live-work unit to a dwelling house (Class C3), extensions, external alterations and erection of detached garage.
At : The Barn Studios , Preston Fields Lane, Clifford Chambers, CV37 8LA
For : Mr Andrew Bird

9 TO RECEIVE ANY CORRESPONDENCE
None

10 FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION

An additional gazebo will be purchased from £ 150 for the sale of the old one and £ 250 revenue from hires. The PC approved this action.

Clerk's salary and expenses£450.00
Lawns 2 Mow£540.00
£360.00
Barry Saunders (Website Maintenance)£360.00
Cleverbridge (Firewall)£49.95
Les Moseley (Herald advert)£235.00
Village Hall gazebo£400.00
Receipts
Precept 50%£4000.00
Allotment trent£68.00
VAT reclaim£2077.00
Village Hall gazebo£400.00

11 DATE OF NEXT MEETING
14th January 2019 at 7.45pm

Meeting closed: 8.25pm
Agenda items for January meeting to be received by the clerk by 30th December 2018