Meeting 10/18 Tuesday 22nd May 2018

Present: Cllrs Laity, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Hosking, Read, Collins, Mrs. Edmonds, Vincent and Britten Apologies:   Cllrs Trudgen, Clayton & John Nicholas and Mrs. Sue Nicholas CC Visitors:  None Public Speaking – none Minutes of the Meeting held on 8thMay 2018 159 The Minutes having been circulated previously it was proposed by Cllr Edmonds and seconded Cllr […]
  • Present: Cllrs Laity, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Hosking, Read, Collins, Mrs. Edmonds, Vincent and Britten
  • Apologies:   Cllrs Trudgen, Clayton & John Nicholas and Mrs. Sue Nicholas CC
  • Visitors:  None
  • Public Speaking – none

Minutes of the Meeting held on 8thMay 2018

159 The Minutes having been circulated previously it was proposed by Cllr Edmonds and seconded Cllr Vincent that the minutes were deemed to be a true and correct record, carried unanimously.

 Matters arising from previous Minutes

160. Minute 114 (Witch Ball). The clerk reported that he had now, as instructed, lodged a complaint with the on-line service of Cornwall Council.

161. Minute 129 (Title registration). The clerk reported that he had lodged the application which the Land Registry had acknowledged.

Councillors Reports:

 162. Cllr Laity mentioned the following:

  • He had received a request for the use of the Folly Field by Cornwall People First. This was in relation to the Learning Disabilities Week in June. Cornwall People First would like to use the Folly Field on 20th Cllr Laity reported that this Organisation had its own Public Liability Insurance and will carry out its own Risk Assessment. Cllr Edmonds proposed that the Council agree to this request. This was seconded by Cllr Collins and carried unanimously.
  • He and the Clerk had attended the West Penwith Community Network Panel meeting on 17thMay and that from this he had learnt that a pot of money was available for traffic schemes within the Network Area. He thought that, perhaps, the paining of lines on the cobbles in Market Place could be put forward as part of this. The clerk suggested that this might be something for which the Town Council might have to pay.

163. Cllr Vincent mentioned that he was meeting Mr. Malcolm Heather on 24th

164. Cllr Hosking raised the following:

  • The area around the Beacon needs cutting and the handrail needs repairing. Cllr Vincent will speak to Mr. Malcolm Heather about the cutting. The clerk was asked to speak to Mr. Glover about the handrail.
  • She had received a request from Marazion in Bloom to remove the flower boxes from the windows at the toilets in the Square as flowers do not thrive there. The Council agreed that they could be removed, and was asked to contact Mr. Glover about this.
  • The hedge at the Gue was beginning to obstruct the pavement again. Cllr Sue Nicholas had mentioned supplying a formal Complaints Book, and the clerk was asked to pursue this.

165 Planning

 Applications for planning permission.

Before either of the following applications was considered, Cllr Read declared an interest and left the room, not returning until after they had both been decided.

PA18/04151. Non-material amendment to application PA17/11262 in respect of changing the colour of the new windows from cream to grey and to add grey “Cedral” cladding to the bottom section of the bay window on the side elevation (to match cladding on new extension). Primrose Cottage, School Lane. Mr. & Mrs. M. Clayforth-Carr. It was proposed by Cllr Edmonds, seconded by Cllr Britten and carried unanimously, that the application be supported

PA18/03790. Proposed conservatory to south elevation and associated works. Camelot Cottage, West End. Mrs. J. Milton. It was proposed by Cllr Vincent, seconded by Cllr Edmonds and carried unanimously, that the application be supported

To receive details of planning permissions granted: None notified

It was noted that the following planning application had been refused:

PA17/11666. Mr. C. Menear. Seacrest, Leys Lane. Variation of condition 3 on PA17/01421 to lower the south elevation obscure glazing/balustrade from 1500mm to 1400mm

166 Correspondence

  • E-mail from Mounts Bay Sailing Club re. Kyak rack. Their request having been previously circulated, the Council agreed that the Kyack rack could be installed.
  • Merlin MS Centre – request for a donation. Their response to the Council’s query about residents being benefitted having been answered in the affirmative, and having been previously circulated, it was proposed by Cllr Hosking, seconded by Cllr Reynolds and resolved that in pursuance of the power conferred by section 137 of the Local Government Act 1972 and being of the opinion that the expenditure satisfies the requirements of this section and is in the interests of the area or its inhabitants and will benefit them in a manner commensurate with the expenditure, the Council approved the payment to Merlin MS Centre of a grant of £50.00

Clerk’s Report

167. The clerk had nothing to report in addition to items covered elsewhere in the Minutes.

Financial and Confidential matters

168 Receive Profit and Loss account for April 2018. This having been previously circulated was noted. The clerk reported that the other reports normally provided couldn’t be prepared until Mr. Mathews had closed off the accounts for the year ended 31stMarch 2018.

169 East End Garages. Before this was discussed, Cllr Reynolds declared an interest and left the room. The clerk’s memoranda of 11thand 21stMay, along with the application papers to the Land Registry for registration of the right of way, having been previously circulated were discussed at considerable length. Cllr Collins proposed that the application to register the right of way claimed be opposed on the basis that it should not be from the public road and that it should not be for the use of the new dwelling. This was seconded by Cllr Britten and carried by 6 votes in favour with 1 abstention.

170 Receipts and Payments

Receipts

  • Mr. Hayman (allotment rent) £15.00
  • Mr. Read (allotment rent) £15.00
  • Mr. Wilcock (allotment rent) £15.00
  • Mr. Kessell (allotment rents) £30.00
  • HMRC (VAT refund) £92.42
  • EDF (refund on lighting the Square, by Direct Credit) £20.83
  • Mr. Nicholas (garage rent) £50.00
  • Toilet Box donations to 02.05.18 £143.00
  • Cornwall Council (precept) £26,753.50
  • Cornwall Council (CTSG) £1,691.36
  • Total £28,444.86

Approve the payments listed on the payments schedule

THE SCHEDULE

  •  HMRC (Tax and employer’s NI for April)
  • BHIB Ltd. (Insurance renewal premium)  £1,797.41
  • Complete Business Solutions Group Ltd (Black toner cartridge) £78.00
  • Marazion Town Trust (1/2 year’s rent for Chamber and Museum) £2,500.00
  • Vaughan Glover (reinforce timbers and key cut for FF gate) £104.95
  • British Gas Business (Folly Field WC electricity by DD) £135.56
  • EDF (sundry electricity DDs) £77.00
  • Pennon Water SWW (Folly Field WCs water and sewage) £332.47

It was proposed Cllr Edmonds and seconded Cllr Read that the payments be paid, carried unanimously

171 There being no further business the Mayor closed the meeting at 20.38 hours.

 Town Mayor