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Edwinstowe Parish Ordinary Meeting Agenda May 2019

Find out what we will be discussing in our next Parish Council meeting.

Dear Councillor

You are summoned to the Ordinary Meeting of the Council to be held on Wednesday 15th May 2019 at 7.00pm in the Council Chamber, Village Hall, Edwinstowe.

19/008 WELCOME BY CHAIRMAN INCLUDING ANY ANNOUNCEMENTS

19/009 RECEIVE ANY APOLOGIES AND REASONS FOR ABSENCE

19/010 DISCLOSURES OF INTERESTS BY MEMBERS (AND EMPLOYEES) IN ITEMS ON THE AGENDA

19/011 TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE ORDINARY MEETING OF THE COUNCIL
HELD ON 2nd APRIL 2019

19/012 MATTERS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MEETINGS

19/013 TO RECEIVE QUESTIONS FROM COUNCILLORS (10 MINUTES)

19/014 TO RECEIVE AND CONSIDER REPORTS AND MINUTES OF ANY COMMITTEE, WORKING GROUP OR SUB-COMMITTEE

19/015 AGENDA

  1. Amenity Report
  2. Parking Issues
  3. KNAPSACK spraying PA1/PA6AW
  4. Cemetery
  5. Robin Hood Festival
  6. High St Planters
  7. Staff working visits
  8. Sherwood Fields / Jubilee Park
  9. Meeting with traders and businesses
  10. CCTV
  11. Parish Council motion to agree the policy of Edwinstowe Parish Council for the period 2019/20 to 2022/23
    Moved by Councillor John Peck
    Seconded by Councillor Celia Brooks

    The Parish Council agrees that the following statement will form the policy of Edwinstowe Parish Council for the next four years of office. We intend to build on the work of our administration over the past eight years which has seen the provision of new and better amenities, taking over many responsibilities and amenities from the District Council, whilst keeping the parish precept low and making sure Edwinstowe is a village to be proud of. Therefore over the next four years, we will strive to put our promises into practice and will:
    • Continue to keep the parish finances in good order and the parish precept low
    • Press for improvements to the doctors’ surgery, more school places and ensure the development of Ollerton roundabout to meet the demands of new housing
    • Oppose any further building on our green spaces
    • Call for a greater police presence and continue our work with the police to reduce crime, speeding and parking problems
    • Continue our support for CCTV on the High Street and request for the parish council to be consulted about the type and location of the system and for its earliest installation
    • Extend the new children’s play area on Fourth Avenue and create a new village park on the former bowling greens
    • Create a new riverside open space and walk
    • Guarantee to keep free parking in all our car parks and work hard to make sure we retain a thriving, attractive High Street
    • Continue to oppose fracking in Edwinstowe and Sherwood Forest
    • Install a Thoresby Colliery winding wheel to remember Edwinstowe’s mining heritage and will open the memorial garden to miners who died at Thoresby Colliery
    • Continue our campaign to extend the Robin Hood railway to Edwinstowe
    • Keep our streets clean and litter free and install more dog bins to tackle dog fouling
    • Continue our parish magazine Edwinstowe Village News
    • Install a defibrillator to be sited at the Village Hall
    • Negotiate additional land to extend the parish cemetery
    • Continue to organise village events such as the Christmas Lights switch on
    • Always listen to residents to consider their views and seek to improve communication

    In addition, we will explore wherever possible new and more efficient ways of working. We will also take account of the need to act responsibly to become a greener council in playing our part in responding to climate change.

    During our coming term of office we will work hard on behalf of Edwinstowe residents to achieve the above promises and make sure Edwinstowe is a clean, green, safe place to live.

19/016 Correspondence

  1. Dukeries Academy Thank you grant funding
  2. Groundwork UK – Community Awards
  3. Minerals Local Plan
  4. Live and Local
  5. Charity Scope Textile Recycling
  6. Notts Police Stakeholder Update
  7. RCAN Hall Talk
  8. Newark and Sherwood Community Plan
  9. Calor Rural Community Funding
  10. Fracking at Sherwood Forest
  11. Parking at The Craft Centre
  12. Blue Plaque Old Library – Christopher Thomson
  13. Best Kept Village Competition 2019
  14. Data Protection Fees
  15. Community Infrastructure Levy
  16. Major Oak Woodland Festival – Sherwood Forest Trust
  17. Edwinstowe and Clipstone War Memorial – Listed Building Status

19/017 ANY APPOINTMENTS TO COMMITTEES, WORKING GROUPS OR
SUB-COMMITTEES OR OTHER BODIES

19/018 FINANCIAL MATTERS (TO BE REFERRED TO THE FINANCE COMMITTEE, if necessary)

  1. Unity Trust Bank

19/019 CHEQUES/INVOICES FOR APPROVAL

DATE PAYEE DESCRIPTION AMOUNT inc VAT
11.03.2019 NSDC NON DOMESTIC RATE BILL PUBLIC CONVENIENCES MANSFIELD ROAD TO BE PAID BY MONTHLY DIRECT DEBIT £920.37
11.03.2019 NSDC NON DOMESTIC RATE BILL CEMETERY CHURCH STREET TO BE PAID BY MONTHLY DIRECT DEBIT £601.48
11.03.2019 NSDC NON DOMESTIC RATE BILL CAR PARK MANSFIELD ROAD TO BE PAID BY MONTHLY DIRECT DEBIT £687.40
11.03.2019 NSDC NON DOMESTIC RATE BILL CAR PARK WEST LANE TO BE PAID BY MONTHLY DIRECT DEBIT £491.00
11.03.2019 NSDC NON DOMESTIC RATE EAST LANE CAR PARK TO BE PAID BY MONTHLY DIRECT DEBIT £576.93
20.03.2019 BETTER CONNECTED LANDLINE & BROADBAND £88.73
24.03.2019 UK FUELS PLUS DS06FVA DIESEL £68.76
31.03.2019 UK FUELS PLUS PETROL CEMETERY MOWER £21.54
02.04.2019 NOTTS CC FORMER RUFFORD COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL RENT RECEIVABLE CHARGE PERIOD 25.04.19-24.04.20 £1.00
02.04.2019 B & Q TRADE POINT FENCE PAINT / OIL MOWER POWER TOOLS £40.08
03.04.2019 EON EON ELECTRICITY INVOICE CHRISTMAS ILLUMINATIONS 010318-280219 £94.30
03.04.2019 EON EON ELECTRICITY INVOICE 010119-310319 CAR PARK CHARGES £856.63
05.04.2019 EON EON ELECTRICITY INVOICE CHRISTMAS ILLUMINATIONS 010318-280219 £34.49
07.04.2019 UK FUELS PLUS DS06FVA DIESEL / PETROL MOWER £80.36
08.04.2019 BETTER CONNECTED TELEPHONE LANDLINE & BROADBAND £88.13
10.04.2019 DVLA TAX VEHICLE TAX DS06 VFA 12 MTHS 01.05.19 - 30.04.20 TO BE PAID BY MONTHLY DIRECT DEBIT £250.00
10.04.2019 CAME & COMPANY HISCOX LOCAL COUNCIL INSURANCE POLICY £4,189.68
11.04.2019 CENTRAL GARAGE REPLACED VAN SEAT £216.00
11.04.2019 B & Q TRADE POINT B & Q PAINT & BRUSHES £57.54
21.04.2019 UK FUELS PLUS PETROL FOR MOWERS £17.39
18.04.2019 STAFF SALARIES (18.04.2019) £2,197.24
18.04.2019 NCC PENSION (Apr) £255.93
18.04.2019 HMRC PAYE/NIC (Apr) £170.51
28.04.2019 UK FUELS PLUS FUEL VAN £85.78
29.04.2019 TOWN AND COUNTRY GRASS CUTTING £2,203.20
30.04.2019 UNIVERSAL FABRICATIONS LTD MEASURE SUPPLY INSTALL GALVANISED RAILINGS AND GATE EDWINSTOWE VILLAGE £2,058.00
01.05.2019 SAGE SUBSCRIPTION £22.40
01.05.2019 VIKING STATIONERY £44.76
01.05.2019 STAFF SALARIES (01.05.2019) £5,283.99
05.05.2019 UK FUELS PLUS PETROL FOR MOWERS £17.39

19/020 REPORTS FROM COUNTY AND DISTRICT COUNCILLORS
(VERBAL REPORT AT MEETING; COPY OF REPORT TO CLERK)

19/021 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION - STANDING ORDERS WILL BE SUSPENDED
FOR THE DURATION OF THIS SECTION. PLEASE REFER TO GUIDANCE PROVIDED (ALSO AVAILABLE ON THE PARISH COUNCIL WEBSITE) - 15 MINS

19/022 DATE OF NEXT MEETING: 11TH JUNE 2019 AT 7.00 PM

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