PAKENHAM PARISH COUNCIL
MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD ON 15 APRIL 2002
IN THE PAVILION AT 7.30 PM
PRESENT: Cllr D Dorling, Cllr J Mangnall, Cllr H Painter, Cllr P Smith, Cllr A Cox, PC Kidd (part), Mr J Culley (part), Mr B Buckle (part), Ms S Buckle (part), Mr S Inglis (part), Cllr L Couper (part), Mrs J Brookman, Clerk.
1. APOLOGIES: Apologies were received from Mrs V White and Cllr L Couper.
2. MINUTES: The minutes of the meeting held on 4 March 2002 were
approved and signed as a true record.
3. MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES:
(i) THE DELL: It was confirmed that Jim Couper had cut down the two trees in The Dell and that David Thrower had been asked to seal the top entrance.
(ii) ROAD MATTERS - FEN ROAD: Cllr Dorling confirmed that he had spoken to Mr Jacobi regarding the visibility at the boundary of the property.
(iii) VEHICLE DISMANTLING CENTRE, THURSTON ROAD PAKENHAM: Cllr Dorling had inspected the area and found Pakenham FP 15 to be clear.
(iv) CHURCH DRIVE: Cllr Painter had obtained samples and costings of materials that could be used at the site, matter to be discussed at sub committee.
(v) RISK ASSESSMENT SEMINAR: Cllr Mangnall had attended the seminar and outlined the greatest hazards were childrens play areas and cemeteries. Parish Councils were advised to assess risks/hazards and outline all precautions taken when completing risk assessment documentation.
(vi) COMMUNITY EMERGENCY PLANNING: Cllr Smith Confirmed that permission was to be obtained from each individual person listed on the emergency plan for their details to be included and he would endeavour to do this to complete the necessary paperwork.
(vii) THE QUEEN'S GOLDEN JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS: It was agreed to hold a formal meeting at The Fox to formalise the proposed arrangements for the event.
(viii) STREET LIGHTING - THE OWELL: Mrs V White had confirmed to Cllr Dorling that she was still hopeful that the new proposed lighting would go ahead but an exact date was not known.
4. POLICE REPORT:
The Chairman adjourned the formal meeting and welcomed those present.
(i) Mr Culley asked if it would be possible for sand to be spread
at times of bad weather, the Chairman confirmed that the County Council
supplied the sand and salt and a majority of the parish council voted that
there should not be one named individual responsible for carrying out this
duty but that it could be the act of anyone deeming it a sensible act in
times of bad weather.
The Chairman and Councillor Cox then left the meeting before the said
application was discussed by the Parish Council.
5. PLANNING APPLICATIONS:
(i) SE/02/1406/P - Cotswold, Fen Road, Pakenham - Erection of detached three bedroom annexe (following demolition of existing garage). The Parish Council objected to the proposed plans, Clerk to outline these details in reply to the application.
Cllrs Dorling and Cox returned to the meeting.
(ii) SE/02/1759/P - Oakdene, Mill Road, Pakenham – (a) Retention of detached double garage; and (b) erection of replacement store. No objections to this application but confirmation to be requested regarding the scale shown on front view plan.
(i) TP068(1966)2 - 1 Manor Garth, Pakenham - Pollard Horse Chestnut (T1) in front garden protected by a Preservation Order. Consent had been given.
(ii) TP065(1980)6 - Mulberry House, Pakenham - (a)Fell two Limes (T1), Lime coppiced stump (T2) and group of Sycamore (T5); (b) crown lift to 4m and crown thin by 30% four Limes (T3, T4, T6, T7); and (c) crown reduce by 30% Evergreen Oak (T8) protected by a Tree Preservation Order. Consent had been given.
(iii) SE/02/1317/P - The Willows, Bell Corner, Pakenham - Provision of pitched roof over existing flat roofed garage.- Permission had been granted.
(iv) SE/02/1018/P - Meadow Garth, Mill road, Pakenham - Erection of hay barn/shelter. Permission had been granted.
6. THE DELL:
7. FINANCE REPORT:
8. PARISH COUNCIL CODE OF CONDUCT AND REGISTER OF INTERESTS:
10. DATE OF NEXT MEETING: