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MINUTES of the meeting of HARPOLE PARISH COUNCIL held on

20th April 2009

at the Methodist Chapel, School Lane, Harpole at 7.45 pm.


PRESENT:

Mrs M Burt

Mr J. Calderwood

Miss S Eason

Mr D S Starmer (in the chair)

Mr D Burt

Mr J Eason

Mr J Gibbins

Mr J L Green

Mr E J Church,.

Mr B R Gibbins,

Mrs M Oliver

5 members Strategic housing team.

2 Members of public




Clerk, G Ravine

Cllr J Kirkbride (NCC)


1.APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE. Mrs J Knight, Mr S. Cordingley. (Detained by unavoidable family considerations or illness. Apologies accepted by Council.) Cllr A Addison (SNC) Cllr J. Eliot.(SNC)

2. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST. Mr J. Calderwood regarding Scarecrow Weekend and Churchyard. Mr E J Church regarding Low cost housing and Scarecrow weekend, Mr J Gibbins regarding Low cost housing scheme and allotments.

3. PUBLIC DISCUSSION.

Martin Mills addressed Council on behalf of the Harpole Football Club. The club has enjoyed remarkable success in recent years, having won their league for three consecutive seasons. It is felt that in order to progress that they need to improve their facilities and create at least one more senior pitch. Heygates have been approached about adjacent land but would not agree to sell. The club have been advised that a compulsory purchase might be the way forward , but that they would need the support of the Parish Council to proceed. Some funding would be available from the Football Foundation, on application.

Mr B Gibbins felt that support should be forthcoming and commended the achievements of the football club. Mrs Burt felt that the builders, Redrow, had an option on the land in question. Mr Church wondered about the grounds for a compulsory purchase. Mr Calderwood felt that such a scheme would provide an useful buffer against overdevelopment.

Cllr Kirkbride suggested that the football club should make an approach to SNC legal department to investigate the feasibility, as soon as possible. Clerk to contact Cllr Curtis (SNC) for guidance.


4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES of the meeting of 9th March 2009.

Miss Eason proposed, and Mr Burt seconded that the minutes were accepted as a true record. Unanimous. The Chairman duly signed the February agenda and minutes.

5.MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES.

Mr Ballard was willing to continue with Neighbourhood Watch, but also willing to let someone else take over if required.

Mr J Gibbins asked about signs on the playing field. They had been put up. It was felt that the website could be improved; the clerk stressed that it did have a limited format and was primarily intended for information.

Flooded ditches had been reported but these were the responsibility of the land owners.

6. REPORTS FROM ADVISORY COMMITTEES
Allotments.

A committee meeting was arranged for Friday 1st May at 4pm. Miss Eason reported that the school had complained of bonfires creating smoke during the school day. Committee to monitor this unacceptable practice.

Churchyard.

Mr Calderwood reported that Mr Howey had said that the drains in the waterlogged area could be improved, and was willing to do the work.

*Resolution Mr B Gibbins proposed that the drainage work be carried out, Mrs Burt seconded. Unanimous.

Mr Starmer reported that the grass cutting had commenced, and that if the spoil heap were removed and the area re- fenced, then it would be possible to fit in an additional 19 graves. Mr Green agreed that the fence could be temporarily removed for access, provided it was made good.

Finance.

Clerk had sent minutes to the Internal Auditor and would send the rest of the required material shortly. He hoped to have the 2008-09 accounts ready for approval at the May meeting, and would submit them to the internal auditor on May 17th. Section 1 of the Annual Return must be completed by June 30th, and the Return submitted by July 24th.

Footpaths.
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