MINUTES OF A PARISH COUNCIL METING
Held in the Village Hall, All Cannings on Wednesday 24th September 2003

PRESENT: Mr. T. Daw (in the chair)
Mrs. S. Butcher, Mr. C. Butcher, Dr. Hollway, Mrs. A. Riseley-
Pritchard.

APOLOGIES: Mr. R. Frost.

REPORTS FROM COMMITTEES

Village Community Store/Post Office: Newsletter has been distributed to all houses in All Cannings, Allington and Stanton St. Bernard, giving an update on progress and the need for village support for the project.
A Public meeting will be held in the Village School on Thursday 25th September.

Village Hall: Chairman has advised that there are no funds available for a contribution towards of the cost of sharing a new notice board with the Parish Council.

Village School: Clerk to write to Mrs. Julia Roberts congratulating the school on their recent achievements.

PCC: Clerk has replied to correspondence from the Rev. Sallyanne Attwater regarding the standard of maintenance in the Churchyard, advising that the matter will be discussed at the Parish Council meeting on 24th September. Clerk to advise that a meeting will be arranged with the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, at the Churchyard.

Village Green: Repairs to basketball pitch, seat and see-saw required.


CORRESPONDENCE

Planning Applications:

K/045994/L Mrs. Nicola Holman, The Old Malthouse, The Street, All Cannings.
Erection of a satellite dish at back of house.
K/046053 Mr. and Mrs. T. Daw, Cannings Cross Farm, All Cannings.
Creation of a double garage with adjoining store sheds, built into bank, with garden studio and Wc in main roof space.
K/046107 T. and D. A. Hawkins, Sarsen, Allington.
Reroofing and forming dormer windows.
K/046143/T Felling 2 Fir trees, reducing in height of Rowan, trimming Elder and Holly and reducing and shaping Ash by 50%.
K/046177/l R. Holman, The Old Malthouse, The Street All Cannings.
Insertion of rooflights and internal alterations to attic.
K/046192 All Cannings Parish Council at the Kings Arms P.H. Pub Lane, All Cannings. Erection of a single storey wood clad building with tile roof, parking for two vehicles and turning space. To provide a shop and post office for the community.

K/046196/T Mrs. E. Hackett, Four Seasons, Townsend, All Cannings.
Removal of dead and dying Conifer hedge.
K/046197/T Mr.P. Burrage,1, Matthews Close, All Cannings.
Removal of 7 approx. Leylandii trees.
K/046248/L Mr. A. Goodall, Thorneycroft, All Cannings.
Window in gable end.

Planning Permission:
K/045994 Mrs. Nicola Holman, The Old Malthouse, The Street, All Cannings.
Erection of a satellite dish at back of house.

Planning Appeal Decision:
APP/E3905/A/1113384 Mr. and Mrs. Leary, Sunnyside Cottage, The Street, All Cannings. The development proposed is a two storey side extension. The appeal is allowed and planning permission subject to conditions set out in the Formal Decision below.
The main issue to be the effect of the proposed development on the character and appearance of the All Cannings Conservation Area.

ACCOUNTS
Four cheques presented for signature.
000443 F. Coles Salary July-Sept £147.50
000444 G. Game Salary July-Sept £766.25
000445 J. R.Scott Salary & exps. July-Sept £244.70
000446 Comm. First Annual Subscription £15.00

AUDIT COMMISSION
Clerk presented the Annual Return for the Financial Year ended 31 March 2003, as required by the Audit Commission. The Internal Auditors David Owen & Co. have audited and approved the Accounts. The Accounts were approved by the Parish Council and will be forwarded to Mazars, appointed by the Audit Commission as External Auditors.
The Bank Reconciliation is enclosed with the minutes.

Parish Lengthsmen: Will be in All Cannings 08/09 October. Clerk to advise
areas requiring attention.

KDC: Community Cleansing Grant: Amendment to the Parish Litter Grant. Application form received for 2004/2005.

KDC: Re - All Cannings Parish Council: Vacancy for a Parish Councillor caused by the resignation of Sally Bishop.

AC Pre-School: Equipment to be stored in the Village Hall from 29 October to allow maintenance work to be carried out in the store room. Assurance that the work will not disturb the Parish Council meeting on that evening.

KDC: Mr. Brad Fleet to take over as Director of Community Service due to the retiral of Mr. Ron Crook.

WCC: Merlin Local Information: Request for details of councillors from our Parish, to be entered on their database.

MORI: Survey of Members and Officers 2003.

KDC: Housing Strategy Update.

KDC: Wiltshire Draft Compact.

Cemetery/School: Beech hedge to be trimmed.

All Cannings Archaeological Dig: Permission for funding granted after discovering ten times the area expected. Dig will now cover a four-acre site, having revealed Iron Age archaeology.

Meeting closed at 8.40pm.


Chairman Date


Next meeting Wednesday 26th November 2003 - 7.30pm.

 

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July 30, 2003

PC Meeting 30th July 2003

MINUTES OF A PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
Held in the Village Hall, All Cannings on Wednesday 30th July 2003

PRESENT: Mr. T. Daw (in the chair)
Mrs. S. Butcher, Mr. C. Butcher, Mr. R. Frost, Dr. J. Hollway,
Cllr. A. Molland (WCC and KDC).

APOLOGIES: Mrs. A. Riseley-Pritchard.

REPORTS FROM COMMITTEES

Village Community Shop: Plans and estimated costs received. Cost will be approximately £100,000. Committee meeting to be arranged to discuss proposals and to confirm progress. Newsletter to be distributed in the village giving an update on progress and to outline the need for contributions towards the cost of establishing a village shop.

Village Hall: Work to commence on new toilets, changing rooms and showers.
New notice board: Clerk to contact Paul Oakley, Chairman regarding sharing the cost with ACPC.

Village School: Clerk to write to Julia Roberts congratulating the school on their recent achievements.

PCC: Correspondence received from Rev. Sally Attwater regarding the unsatisfactory level of maintenance of All Saints’ Churchyard. Clerk to discuss with Mrs. Riseley- Pritchard.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

Planning Application:
K/045739 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Humbey, 2, Chandlers Close, All Cannings. Loft conversion involving replacing retractable ladder with fixed ladder. Raising gable wall on north elevation to match gables on south and east elevations with small window to north gable and velux roof light to west pitch.

Planning Permission:
K/045580 Dr. and Mrs. E. H. M. Foxen, 7, Matthews Close, All Cannings. Erection of a Greenhouse. Erection of a Toolstore.
K/ 045582/L Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Birch, White Rose Cottage, 39, The Street, All Cannings. Demolition of a concrete shed and car port. Erection of oak framed timber garage.
K/045583 Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Birch, White Rose Cottage, 39, The Street, All Cannings. Erection of a garage and extension of boundary wall.
K/045598 Dr. and Mrs. Riseley-Pritchard, The Little House, Allington. Remove existing greenhouse and construct new victorian style greenhouse.
K/045643 Oram and Son, Manor Farm, Allington. The conversion of a barn to a dwelling.

ACCOUNTS
Two cheques presented for signature:
000440 Village Hall-Rental-June £7.00
000441 Village Hall-Rental-July £7.00

Accounts prepared for Internal Audit for approval, before forwarding to the External Auditors

CPRE: Best Kept Village Competition 2003: All Cannings placed third. Judges most impressed by the high standard of the villages in the competition.

Community First: Renewal of membership application form received.

WCC: Pewsey Vale Quiet Lanes Network – Launch, 18th July 2003 11am Wilcot Green.

The Standards Board for England: Booklet circulated re – How do I register and declare interests and register gifts and hospitality?

Kennet Care and Repair: Information received regarding Handicap Service, Garden Clearance System and the Home Safety Check.

Matthews Close : Clerk to contact Wiltshire Highways regarding white lining the exit as reports have been received regarding possible accidents.

 

Meeting closed at 8.20pm.


Chairman Date

 

Next Meeting: Wednesday 29th October 2003 7.30pm.

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June 30, 2003

PC Meeting 25th June 2003

MINUTES OF A PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
Held in the Village Hall, All Cannings on Wednesday 25th June 2003

PRESENT: Mr. T. Daw (in the chair)
Mrs. S. Bishop, Mr. C. Butcher, Mr. R. Frost, Mrs. A. Riseley- Pritchard, Cllr. A. Molland ( WCC and KDC ).

APOLOGIES: Mrs. S. Butcher, Dr. J. Hollway.

REPORTS FROM COMMITTEES

Village Community Shop: Further plans received from the architect, to be discussed at a meeting of the Village Shop Association and with the new landlords at The Kings Arms.

PCC: Sue Kerr, secretary will be our contact. Request granted for a United Benefice Service for pets to be held on the Village Green, Sunday 29th June.

CORRESPONDENCE

Planning Applications:
K/045580 Dr. And Mrs. E. H. M. Foxen, 7, Matthews Close, All Cannings. Erection of a Greenhouse. Erection of a Toolstore.
K/045582/L Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Birch, White Rose Cottage, 39, The Street, All Cannings. Demolition of a concrete shed and car port. Erection of oak framed timber garage.
K/045583 Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Birch, White Rose Cottage, 39, The Street, All Cannings. Erection of a garage and extension of boundary wall.
K/045598 Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Riseley-Pritchard, The Little House, Allington. Remove existing greenhouse and construct new victorian style greenhouse.
K/045643 Oram and Son Ltd., Manor Farm, Allington, Devizes. The conversion of a barn to a dwelling.

Planning Permission:
K/045464/L Bethel Chapel, Allington. The installation of toilets in right hand annexe.

Refusal of Planning Permission:
K/045420 K. S. Baron Esq., Rendells Farm, All Cannings. Provision of parking area and variation of condition 7 on permission K/43836 and condition 3 on K/21134 to allow for commercial fishing. The proposed car parking area because of its scale and location represents an intrusive form of development in the countryside and North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The development will be harmful to the landscape quality of the area and to views into the adjacent All Cannings Conservation Area.

ACCOUNTS
Five cheques presented for signature.
Village Hall Rental: 000434 £7.00
Kennet District Council Election Fee: 000435 £33.50
Mr. F. Coles: Salary April-June 000436 £147.50
Mr. G. Game: Salary April-June 000437 £766.25
Mr. J. R. Scott: Salary and Exps. April- June 000438 £267.95

Parish Lengthsmen Scheme: Clerk reported that all work carried out according to schedule. Clerk to write to Wiltshire Highways on behalf of the council, to express their appreciation regarding the standard of work carried out on paths throughout the village. Townsend sign to be replaced.

South Farm: Correspondence received from WCC regarding the request for signs to be erected. Many farms and small businesses have erected nameplates on their own land, at their main access points. As these signs are erected off-highway they are not bound by the design rules of the Traffic Signs Regulations and hence can be made smaller and from cheaper materials. Given that the access to South Farm is from a C class road they have suggested that this would be an appropriate way forward for the Farm Manager to pursue, although proposals should first be sent to the Planning Office for approval.

Village Community Skips: Schedules received from Kennet District Council for 2003-2004.
This service is under review and is likely to be discontinued some time next year.
Petition to be located at the site of the skip at the village hall for signatures of support for continuation this valuable service.

Victim Support Wiltshire: Request for donation of financial support received.

Village Green: The double seat at the top of the Green has been damaged with a burn mark. The Towers and Clatterbridge equipment has some movement and may require attention. Damage to the edge of the basketball court. Clerk to approach Philip Mansell regarding repairs.

Footpath Signs: Signs are being damaged and several have been removed.

Cemetery: Damage and removal of several of the plot numbers reported. Clerk to enquire regarding their positioning. Clerk to advise the police regarding recent vandalism.

Meeting closed at 8.20pm.


Chairman Date


Next Meeting: Wednesday 30th July 2003 7.30pm.

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May 30, 2003

PC meeting 28th May 2003

MINUTES OF A PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
Held in the Village Hall, All Cannings on Wednesday 28th May 2003

PRESENT: Mr. T. Daw (in the chair)
Mrs. S. Bishop, Mrs. S. Butcher, Mr. C. Butcher, Mr. R. Frost,
Mrs. A. Riseley-Pritchard, Cll.A. Molland ( WCC and KDC ).

APOLOGIES: Dr. J. Hollway.


ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN AND VICE CHAIRMAN
Mr. Tim Daw was unanimously voted in as Chairman.
Mr. Charles Butcher was voted in as Vice-Chairman.

The Chairman welcomed the new councillors, Mrs. Sally Bishop and Mr. Russell Frost, to their first meeting as representatives on the All Cannings Parish Council.

MINUTES
Minutes of the previous meeting held on the 30th April having been circulated, were confirmed as a true record and signed by the chairman.

MATTERS ARISING

Village School: Plans for the new cycle shed showed that trees should be planted in the vicinity of the framework.

REPORTS FROM COMMITTEES

Village School: Parish Council to receive a copy of the school newsletter.

Village Community Shop: Further plans to be drawn up by the architect, Tim Hill-Baldwin. Fund raising event at the Sarsen walk raised approximately five hundred pounds.

Village Hall: Committee meeting to be held on Monday 2nd June. Grant received from Kennet District Council for new facilities, to include showers, toilets for the disabled and changing rooms.

PCC: Contact to be advised following the retirement of Mrs.Currie from the PCC.

CORRESPONDENCE

Planning Applications:
K/045464/L Mr.S. Burgess, Bethel Chapel, Allington. The installation of toilets in right hand annexe.

 



K/045420 K. S. Baron Esq. Rendells Farm, All Cannings. Provision of parking area and variation of condition 7 on permission K/43836 and condition 3 on permission K/21134 to allow for commercial fishing.

Planning Permission:
Mr. D. Rome and Miss A. Heighway, 6, Matthews close, All Cannings. The erection of a conservatory.

Town and Country Planning Act 1990 - Section 78
Appellants Name: Mr. and Mrs. D. Lane, Post Office Stores, All Cannings. Change of use of part of building from shop to residential use (part ground floor only).
Inspectorate Reference: APP/E3905/A/03/1116999.
This appeal is against the refusal of planning permission in respect of the above site.

ACCOUNTS
Three cheques requiring signature.
Village Hall Rental: Feb-April 000431 £21.00
WALC: Annual Subscription 000432 £145.98
Allianz Cornhill:Annual Insurance Premium 000433 £473.91

Vat Repayment: £213.96

Parish Lengthsmen Scheme: Clerk to advise work required. Replace Townsend sign.
NHS Primary Care Trust: Consulting on Priorities: Correspondence received thanking the council for their support following the proposals for developing our health services.
Cll. J.Combe: Letter received thanking the council for their support during the period Cll. Jenny Combe was our representative on Kennet District Council.
WCC: County Emergency Planning Unit to conduct evening exercises for Parish and Town Councils.
The Kings Arms, All Cannings: Application for a Protection Order and the Full Transfer of the Justices Licence on behalf of Virginia Anne Long and Richard Anthony Baulu in accordance with the Licensing Act 1964. Council raised no objections.
DEFRA: Good Councillors Guide-Essential Guidance for Town and Parish Councillors: Clerk to obtain copies.
South Farm Sign: Clerk to write to Mr. George Batten, Director of Environmental Services, WCC.
Chandlers Close: Further information required regarding problem with tree

Meeting closed at 8.24pm.


Chairman Date


Next Meeting: Wednesday 25th June 2003

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April 30, 2003

PC meeting 30th April 2003

MINUTES OF A PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
Held in the Village Hall, All Cannings on Wednesday 30th April 2003

PRESENT: Mr. T. Daw (in the chair)
Mrs. S. Butcher, Mr. C. Butcher, Mrs. E. Currie, Dr. J. Hollway, Mr. M. Hunt, Mrs. A. Riseley-Pritchard.
APOLOGIES: Cll. A. Molland (WCC), Mrs. J. Combe (KDC)


MINUTES
Minutes of the previous meeting held on the 26th March having been circulated, were confirmed as a true record and signed by the chairman.

REPORTS FROM COMMITTEES

Village School: Cycle shed now completed. Concern was raised regarding the colour of the framework. Chairman and Clerk to revisit plans to ascertain whether trees will be planted in the vicinity of the framework.

Village Community Shop: Meeting held with Tim Hill-Baldwin, Architect and Designer to discuss the proposed plans for a timber built structure. Various grant schemes being investigated along with fund raising events. Postmistress application has been accepted by the Post Office.

Village Hall: Notice board: No response received to date regarding design of notice board and possible cost sharing. Car park has been widened. New Royal Mail Post Box located at the Village Hall.

PCC: Mrs. Currie has retired from the PCC. Contact to be identified to ensure continuity of information between PCC and Parish Council. Treasurers: David Thomas and Sheila Moss. Secretary: Sue Kerr.

CORRESPONDENCE

Planning Application:
K/045288 Mr. D. Rome and Miss A. Heighway, 6. Matthews Close, All Cannings. The erection of a conservatory.

ACCOUNTS
No cheques requiring signature.

Contracts: All contracts have been accepted and signed for the current financial year for the Churchyard, Cemetery, Glebe, Green and Pound.

Parish Lengthsmen Scheme: Schedules received for 2003/2004. The next visit will be on June 10/11th the Clerk will circulate the works detail sheet for anyone to fill in for work requiring attention.

KDC: Following the result of the Uncontested Election for the Parish of All Cannings, the Declaration of Acceptance of Office and Register of Members Interests / General Notice of Registrable Interests Forms were circulated to the Councillors.

DASH 2: Devizes Hospital: Clerk to write on behalf of the Parish Council supporting the Devizes Action to Save Our Hospital Group, following the proposals to close Devizes Hospital.

Pub Lane / Drewitts Lane Path: Clerk to investigate overhanging hedge, which requires trimming.

South Farm: Clerk to make further enquiries regarding sign.

Chandlers Close: Clerk to investigate problem with a tree in Chandlers Close.

The Chairman thanked the retiring councillors Mrs. Currie and Mr. Hunt for their assistance and support during their terms of Office and presented them with a token of appreciation on behalf of the Council.


Meeting closed at 8.14pm


Chairman Date


Next Meeting: Wednesday 28th May 7.30pm.

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March 30, 2003

AGM 2003

MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL PARISH MEETING
Held in the Village Hall, All Cannings on Wednesday 30th April 2003 at 7.00pm.


PRESENT: Mr. T. Daw ( in the chair )
Mrs. S. Butcher, Mr. C. Butcher, Mrs. E. Currie, Dr. J. Hollway, Mr. M.Hunt, Mrs. A. Riseley-Pritchard.


APOLOGIES: Cll. A. Molland (WCC), Cll. J. Combe (KDC)

 

CHAIRMANS REPORT:
The Chairman gave a report of the year’s work undertaken by the Parish Council. A copy is attached to the Minutes.


MINUTES:
Minutes of the Annual Parish Meeting held on 24th April 2002 having been circulated, were confirmed as a true record and signed by the chairman.


MATTERS ARISING:
Litter Grant: Clerk has put the council forward for a litter grant for the current financial year from Kennet District Council.


ACCOUNTS:
A summary of receipts and payments for the financial year ending 31st March 2003 was given by the Clerk.

Receipts for the year: £5665.26
Payments for the year: £6758.93

Bank Balances: Lloyds Bank Treasurers Account 0019780: £2446.00
Lloyds Bank Account 7404484: £5246.93 NSB Investment Account137921791: £1206.04
Total Balance: £8918.97

An approximate forecast for receipts and payments was also given for the financial year 2003-2004. The final accounts will be presented in the new format at a future meeting.


There being no further business the meeting closed at 7. 35pm.


Chairman Date

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30th April 2003

MINUTES OF A PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
Held in the Village Hall, All Cannings on Wednesday 30th April 2003

PRESENT: Mr. T. Daw (in the chair)
Mrs. S. Butcher, Mr. C. Butcher, Mrs. E. Currie, Dr. J. Hollway, Mr. M. Hunt, Mrs. A. Riseley-Pritchard.
APOLOGIES: Cll. A. Molland (WCC), Mrs. J. Combe (KDC)

MINUTES
Minutes of the previous meeting held on the 26th March having been circulated, were confirmed as a true record and signed by the chairman.

REPORTS FROM COMMITTEES

Village School: Cycle shed now completed. Concern was raised regarding the colour of the framework. Chairman and Clerk to revisit plans to ascertain whether trees will be planted in the vicinity of the framework.

Village Community Shop: Meeting held with Tim Hill-Baldwin, Architect and Designer to discuss the proposed plans for a timber built structure. Various grant schemes being investigated along with fund raising events. Postmistress application has been accepted by the Post Office.

Village Hall: Notice board: No response received to date regarding design of notice board and possible cost sharing. Car park has been widened. New Royal Mail Post Box located at the Village Hall.

PCC: Mrs. Currie has retired from the PCC. Contact to be identified to ensure continuity of information between PCC and Parish Council. Treasurers: David Thomas and Sheila Moss. Secretary: Sue Kerr.

CORRESPONDENCE

Planning Application:
K/045288 Mr. D. Rome and Miss A. Heighway, 6. Matthews Close, All Cannings. The erection of a conservatory.

ACCOUNTS
No cheques requiring signature.

Contracts: All contracts have been accepted and signed for the current financial year for the Churchyard, Cemetery, Glebe, Green and Pound.

Parish Lengthsmen Scheme: Schedules received for 2003/2004. The next visit will be on June 10/11th the Clerk will circulate the works detail sheet for anyone to fill in for work requiring attention.

KDC: Following the result of the Uncontested Election for the Parish of All Cannings, the Declaration of Acceptance of Office and Register of Members Interests / General Notice of Registrable Interests Forms were circulated to the Councillors.

DASH 2: Devizes Hospital: Clerk to write on behalf of the Parish Council supporting the Devizes Action to Save Our Hospital Group, following the proposals to close Devizes Hospital.

Pub Lane / Drewitts Lane Path: Clerk to investigate overhanging hedge, which requires trimming.

South Farm: Clerk to make further enquiries regarding sign.

Chandlers Close: Clerk to investigate problem with a tree in Chandlers Close.

The Chairman thanked the retiring councillors Mrs. Currie and Mr. Hunt for their assistance and support during their terms of Office and presented them with a token of appreciation on behalf of the Council.


Meeting closed at 8.14pm


Chairman Date


Next Meeting: Wednesday 28th May 7.30pm.

 

 

 

 

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February 26, 2003

26th February 2003

MINUTES OF A PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
Held in the Village Hall, All Cannings on Wednesday 26th February 2003

PRESENT: Mr. Daw (in the chair)
Mrs. Butcher, Mr. Butcher, Mrs. Currie, Dr. Hollway, Mr. Hunt, Mrs. Riseley-Pritchard.
APOLOGIES: Cllr. J. Combe (KDC), Cllr. A.Molland (WCC).

MINUTES
Minutes of the previous meeting held on 29th January having been circulated, were confirmed as a true record and signed by the chairman.

REPORTS FROM COMMITTEES

Village Community Shop/Post Office: See attached correspondence explaining the current position.

Village Hall: New notice board: Clerk has obtained quotations and designs regarding the various types available, which have been circulated. This will require discussion with the Village Hall Committee regarding the possibility of sharing the costs.

Football Club: Cutting of the Green: Contract to be discussed with Gary Game regarding the increased number of cuts required.

CORRESPONDENCE

Planning

Planning Applications:
K/044976 Mr. Rome and Ms. Heighway, 6, Matthews Close, All Cannings. Erection of a timber garden building.

PlanningPermission:
K/044807/T Mrs. P. Croutear, Wycombe House, All Cannings, Devizes, Wilts. Removal of conifer trees in rear garden.
K/044437 Julia Roberts, All Cannings School, Chandlers Lane, All Cannings. To construct a covered roof over an existing fenced compound in order to gain an all weather cycle and “biffa” bin store area.
K/044542 Mrs. Nicola Holman, Four Winds, 4, Townsend, All Cannings, Devizes, Wilts. Change of use of agricultural land to domestic curtilage at land to west of Townsend, All Cannings.
K/044686 Mr. and Mrs. P. Selby, 1, Chandlers Lane, All Cannings. New garage (amendment to K/040597).
HM Land Registry: Proprietor Applicant: All Cannings Parish Council. Title No. WT178812: Land on the west side of The Glebe and on the west side of Lipgate, All Cannings, Devizes. Council consented to the title plan being amended.
All Cannings Conservation Area: The All Cannings study was endorsed by the Parish Council. Copies of the study have been supplied to the School and the Church for reference.

Wootton Rivers Parish Council: Request for guidance regarding the cost of maintaining their Churchyard.
KDC: Open Space Health Check: Recreation facilities in Kennet: Workshop to be held on 24th March 6.00-7.00pm, at the Council Chamber, Browfort Devizes.
KDC: Copies of the Election Timetable to be distributed to the
Parish Council. We have received: Nomination packs, Acceptance of Office and Register of Interest forms, along with details of the new District Ward boundaries being used for the first time at these elections.
KDC: Best Kept Village Competition: Entry forms received for 2003 Competition.
A Poster Competition for children to be run in conjunction with the Best Kept Village Competition entitled Wildlife in My Village. Details to be forwarded to the School.
Wiltshire Association of Local Councils: Data Protection Act 1998. If your Council has a record of names and addresses (even of only the elected members) in a computer or in a manual form, you as Clerk are now a Controller of Data. The Council (even if you as Clerk own the computer) must now notify the Information Commissioner.
This duty will involve an annual fee of £35 renewable on the anniversary of notification.
WCC: Pewsey Vale Quiet Lanes Project. Exhibition to be held on Saturday 1st March, 10am to 4pm, at The Ivy House Hotel, High Street, Marlborough.
KDC: New Wards with Parish details. The All Cannings Ward will now include,
All Cannings, Beechingstoke, Chirton, Marden, North Newnton and Patney.
WCC: Towns/Parishes should have a member of the community who can act as the emergency coordinator in the event of a major incident affecting their area. Wiltshire Emergency Planning has decided to initiate a community contact in each town or parish to fill these roles. They will be known as Community Emergency Volunteers.

ACCOUNTS
Four cheques submitted for signature.
Village hall rental: 000421 £7.00
Local Council Revue Magazine: Subscription: 000422 £11.59
Wilts. Assoc. Local Councils: Meeting Notices: 000423 £3.44
Mr. G. Game: Path clearance and tree surgery: 000424 £230.00

NSB Account: Interest: £31.70
Balance: £1206.04

Churchyard: Stones have been vandalised.
Potholes at Allington: Clerk to report to Highways.
Townsend: Sign missing and no through road sign damaged: Clerk to report to Highways.

Meeting closed at 8.40pm.

Chairman Date

Next Meeting: Wednesday 26th March 2003

 

 

 

 

 

 

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January 29, 2003

29th January 2003

MINUTES OF A PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
Held in the Village Hall, All Cannings on Wednesday 29th January 2003

PRESENT: Mr. Daw (in the chair)
Mrs. Butcher, Mr. Butcher, Mrs. Currie, Mr. Hunt, Mrs. Riseley-Pritchard
APOLOGIES: Dr. Hollway, Cll. J. Combe (KDC) Cll. A. Molland (WCC)

MINUTES
Minutes of the previous meeting held on 27th November 2002 having been circulated, were confirmed as a true record and signed by the chairman.

Recycle Bins: Clerk has contacted Mrs.White, KDC, to ascertain the location of the bins in Wroughton. They are situated opposite the Parish Council buildings. Mrs. White advised that the bins would be unsuitable as the vehicles used by the contractor are designed to convey the bins proposed for All Cannings.

REPORTS FROM COMMITTEES

Village Community Shop/Post Office: Jim Scott has taken on the role of Project Manager on the committee. The public meeting held at the village school was well attended. Unanimous decision to proceed with the project. Charles Bartholomew, Chairman and Managing Director of Wadworth in conjunction with Matthew and Peta, have given the committee permission to locate a portakabin on a site at the pub for a temporary village shop. The council agreed to initiate the planning application
as this would mean a considerable reduction in the appropriate fees. The council will underwrite the cost and will be reimbursed by the community shop committee. The proposal was moved by Mrs. Riseley-Pritchard and seconded by Mrs. Currie.

Village Hall: Lease has approximately seventeen years to run and could be split and sub-let through the Mary Watney Trust. Millenium map located on the outer wall of the village hall. Tree work completed. New door in place. New notice board required with the possibility of sharing the cost between the village hall committee and the council. Clerk to inquire regarding costs and design.

PCC: Twenty six people attended the first “Drop In” at the village hall. This will be an ongoing event scheduled to take place on the third Tuesday of each month.
The PCC AGM will be on April 10th at 7.30pm

Golden Jubilee : The tree seat is now in place on the Pound. The council congratulated the committee on their efforts.

Football Club: Members of the football club attended the meeting to discuss the recent situation regarding the cutting of the village green. To enable the green to be cut to the satisfaction of the football club it was agreed that we insert the following into the contract: “ Maintain all areas to a level of tidiness by regularly mowing throughout the grass cutting season to the satisfaction of the football club. Grass to be cut to a level of 40mm (1.5inches), requiring approximately 24-26 cuts. Liaise with elected members of All Cannings football club when cutting the green during the football season.”

 


CORRESPONDENCE

PLANNING

Planning Applications:
K/044162 Mr. G. Buckland. Land adjacent to Prospect Cottages, All Cannings. The erection of a detached house.
K/044437 Julia Roberts, All Cannings School, Chandlers Lane, All Cannings. To construct a covered roof over an existing fenced compound in order to gain an all weather cycle and “ biffa” bin store area.
K/044686 Mr. And Mrs. P. Selby, 1, Chandlers Lane, All Cannings. New garage (amendment to K/040597)
K/044807/T Mrs. P. Croutear,Wycombe House, All Cannings, Devizes. Removal of conifer trees in rear garden.
K/044816 Mr. and Mrs. J. Martin, Park View, Allington, Devizes. Two storey extension. ( Demolish existing single storey. )

Planning Permission:
K/044162 Mr. G. Buckland. Land adjacent to Prospect Cottages, All Cannings.
The erection of a detached house.
K/044320/T All Cannings Village Hall Committee, c/o Paul Oakley, 16, The Street, All Cannings. At rear of Village Hall, All Cannings. Remove 2 Conifers. Prune & re-shape Cherry. Remove 2 lower limbs & re- shape Walnut.
K/044321/T Dr. J. Hollway, Drewitts Cottage, All Cannings, Devizes. Ash- remove approx 5 lower limbs. Horse Chestnut – crown shape and thin. Fell 2 Sycamore.
K/044335 Mrs. S. Noble, Restharrow, All Cannings. The erection of first floor extension and conservatory.
K/044500 Mr. and Mrs. A. Fleming, Old Well House, 67, Townsend, All Cannings. The erection of a single storey extension.

Refusal of Planning Permission:
K/044434 Mr. and Mrs. D Lane, Post office Stores, All Cannings.
Change of use of part of building from to residential use. ( Part ground floor only.)
The proposal conflicts with Policy EP4 of the Kennet Local Plan in that it is considered that insufficient evidence has been presented to clearly demonstrate that all reasonable efforts have been made to market this property in either its current form or as an alternative business unit and that no demand exists.

HM Land Registry:
Notice to an adjoining owner of a proposed registration;
Administrative Area: KENNET
Title Number: WT216695
Property: Land adjoining 4, Greenhouse Road, All Cannings, Wiltshire.
Shown coloured yellow. (Currently in All Cannings Parish Council ownership) and blue (not registered.)
An application to register the above property in the name of Mr. G. T. Miness has been received. The Council raised no objections and gave consent to the registration.
Local Council Review: Subscription renewal.
PVTAG: Declaration of Support; Council specifically agreed that they do not wish Pewsey Vale Transport Appraisal Group to act on their behalf.
Wiltshire Highway Partnership: Establishment of the Wiltshire Highways Partnership. The Partnership brings together under one roof existing WCC staff from the Area office with colleagues from Ringway Parkman, to provide a local Highways Maintenance service County wide.
Environment Agency: Information pack- to improve communications.
Wiltshire and Swindon Minerals Local Plan Review: Advise of any change of contact address.
KDC: Application for renewal of Public Entertainment Licence for All Cannings Village Hall.
Pewsey Vale Quiet Lanes Project: Minutes of meeting held at Bouverie Hall Pewsey on Monday 21st October 2002.
Emergency Planning (WCC): Seminar to be held at Civic Hall Trowbridge on Monday 17th March 2003.
Splash: Request for financial support for their youth voucher system. Council decided not to support this project.

ACCOUNTS
One cheque submitted for signature.
Britannic Garden Furniture: Jubilee Tree Seat: 000419 £854.23 Two amounts paid into account.
Scottish & Southern Energy: £14.92
Jubilee Committee: Contribution, cost of Tree Seat: £324.00

Parish Lengthsman: Footpaths; Allotment and Darkies Lane paths to be cleared. Damage to the corner of the Pound to be inspected. Remove old Townsend sign.
This work to be carried out Tuesday 4th February.
Highways: Clerk has reported sunken drain outside the railings of the cemetery in Chandlers Lane and various potholes in Lipgate.
Dog poop bags: Inquiries to be made regarding availability.
Meeting closed at 8.55pm


Chairman Date


Next Meeting: Wednesday 26th February 2003