18th February 2020

 

Minutes of the Meeting of the Council

Date: Tuesday 18th February 2020 Time:                                    7.30pm
Place: Bramley Room, Bramley Village Hall  
Present: Cllr Tomblin (Chair) Cllr Oborn
  Cllr Bell Cllr James
  Cllr Flooks Cllr Munday
In attendance: Maxta Thomas (Clerk) 6 members of the public
  Cllr Robinson (Borough)  
Apologies: Cllr Durrant Cllr Capel
  Cllr Ansell Cllr Vaughan (County)
  PCSO Emma Page  

 

  Action
1 Apologies for Absence  
  As listed above.  
2 Declarations of Interest  
  Cllr Tomblin declared an interest in item 9.1.a.ii, and did not vote on that item.  
3 Minutes of the Last Parish Council Meeting  
3.1 The minutes of the meeting held on 21st January 2020 were unanimously agreed to be a true and accurate record and were signed by the Chairman.  

 

3.2 Matters arising  
          i.            Outstanding minutes actions/task list

The list was reviewed.

 

 

4 Open Forum  
  Cllr Tomblin invited comments and questions from the public.

·         A resident noted that the path from the Church to the Burial Ground needs leaves cleared – Clerk to action.

·         A resident noted that Basingstoke Council and some parish councils, including Mortimer, have declared a Climate Emergency and implemented a strategy to act upon this. Sherfield on Loddon has planted 105 Free Trees from the Woodland Trust to help combat Climate Change. Has Bramley Parish Council has declared a Climate Emergency yet? If not, please could this be considered?  Cllr Tomblin stated that Bramley PC has not as yet, but it is something that should be considered.  Cllr James remarked that he is also liaising with other councils under the BDBC umbrella on the issue.  Clerk to place on a future agenda.

 

 

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5 County Councillor Report – see appendix A.  
6 Borough Councillor Report – see appendix A.

Cllrs Robinson and Tomblin gave a verbal report:

·         Manydown planning application – this will be considered by the DC Committee on 24th March.

·         Noted SHELAA Open Day and the excellent local response.

·         Housing target is 849 per year – current delivery is around 1300, so BDBC is well ahead of schedule.

·         CSPOs are getting 25% increase in staffing, targeting rural areas.

·         Rough sleeping is down 81% in last 4 years in Basingstoke.

·         BDBC has a pandemic plan for coronavirus – details are on BDBC website.

·         Anti-idling clean air campaign – CSPOs and environmental officers will be able to issue £25 fines for cars idling for more than 30 seconds.

·         Survey – the recent resident’s survey was noted.  Details can be found on the BDBC website https://www.basingstoke.gov.uk/priorities

 
7 Parish Environment  
7.1 Update on Wildflower meadow proposal for Bramley Green – Cllr James and Cllr Bell have met with representatives from the Stratfield Saye Estate (SSE).   There was a very positive response from SSE.  The area of Bramley Green to be used was agreed.

The next step is to find someone to do the necessary cutting and clearance.  Clerk to provide contacts to Cllr James and Cllr Bell, who will also contact the existing contractor.  Agenda for March.

 

 

 

Clerk

Cllr James/ Cllr Bell

8 Clerk’s report & Administration – The Clerk gave a brief verbal report.

·         A reminder to all Parish Councillors that they are up for re-election in the May 2020 local elections.  More details to follow once the Clerk receives them from BDBC.

·         The Annual Parish Meeting is scheduled for Thursday 21st May.  Councillors were asked to consider suggestions for a keynote speaker.

 
8.1 Parish magazine article – the author for the next article for the Parish Magazine will be Cllr James.  The deadline is 15th March.  

Cllr James

8.2 IT Project update – The Clerk gave an update.

A launch date of 31st March for the new website has been suggested.  The Clerk is working with Cllr Ansell and the supplier to make this happen.

i.            Equipment procurement – this is ongoing, with suppliers being sought.  Full proposals should be ready for approval at the March meeting.

 

 

Cllr Ansell/ Clerk

8.3 Review of Investment Account options – the Clerk has circulated a discussion document with a number of options.  She noted the current arrangement of and NS&I investment account, currently giving a return of 0.8% per year.

After some discussion, Cllrs agreed that no action should be taken at present, since the Council has minimal funds to invest.  However, once any CIL or commuted payment is due, then the subject should be reviewed again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.4 Review of 2020 Risk Assessment and Asset Register – these documents have been circulated to all Councillors.

Cllr Bell proposed adopting the 2020 risk assessment.  This was unanimously agreed.  Clerk to put on website.

 

 

 

Clerk

9 Reports  
9.1 Reports from Parish Council representatives  
a. Planning Committee – see appendix B.

Sewerage issues – the recent weather has again overloaded the pumping station, causing flooding at North Row.  Photos and a report have been sent to Thames Water this week, with Councillors and officers at BDBC copied in.  Cllr Rhatigan of BDBC has replied and is supportive of the issues in Bramley.  BDBC officers do not appear to have discharged the obligations regarding sewerage – there is a report form 2014 stating that system was not enough to sustain further development in Bramley, and that property should not be occupied until improvements were made.  No further response re the hydraulic model that Thames Water are working on.  Cllr Bell has invited Thames Water representatives to a meeting with Bramley PC.  Cllr Bell noted issues at Centenary Fields.  Cllr Bell to distribute details to all councillors, Cllr Tomblin to highlight issues to BDBC officers.

Surface water – flooding in the road opposite Tudor Close was noted.  Action was taken a couple of years ago to address this, but it does not appear to have been successful.  Clerk to report to Highways.

SHELAA – the successful SHELAA Open Day on 15th February was noted, with approximately 300 residents attending.  Further information is going onto the PC website and social media this week.  The Clerk is collating the many comments, and these will be submitted to BDBC, and be placed on the PC website.  Photos re flooding to be taken from Facebook and submitted to BDBC as well.

A repeat of the social media campaign on how to respond to planning applications is also planned.

No response from BDBC officers re Minchens s.106.  Cllr Tomblin will continue to chase.

i.            Any new applications – none other than Tudor Farm – please see below.

ii.            Proposed development at Tudor Farm Site

20/00319/FUL – Land At Silchester Road Silchester Road Bramley

Erection of 13 no. dwellings, associated access, parking, landscaping and amenity space

The application details have been placed on the PC website and social media.

The following points were made:

·         The site is adjacent to a conservation area, and it will affect views listed in the NDP

·         Bus service – the application states this is regular.  It is, but very sparse – 3 or 4 times a day.

·         Residents are likely to need to drive, thus increasing traffic in the village.

·         Thames Water – the sewage capacity problems are noted in the application; however, officers should be made aware of the issues that Bramley faces.

·         No amenities for older residents within walking distance of the site.

·         Community engagement – this has been carried out, but Bramley PC is aware that there is little community support for the development.

·         Access point – this will be right on the bend at Tudor Farm and will not be a safe point to join Silchester Road. It is also a known speeding area.

·         The site is one of the few breaks in development that stops the village being a completely built up ribbon from Bramley Green to Bramley Corner.

·         The application is against Local Plan policy SS6 – houses in countryside.

Objection unanimously agreed (Cllr Tomblin abstained).  Clerk to respond accordingly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cllr Bell / Cllr Tomblin

 

 

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Cllr Tomblin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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b. Neighbourhood Plan working group – no update as present.  
c. Environment

i.            Community Speedwatch update – a discussion document has been circulated for possibilities for a village gates scheme.  Costs are around £1000 per pair of gates plus management fee.  It was agreed that this should be a formal agenda item for the March meeting.

Paul Holland asked whether there was a possibility of reducing the 40mph zone by Bramley Green to 30mph.  This is likely to rest with HCC Highways and the police.  Clerk to make enquiries with HCC.

The Speedwatch team would like to purchase a second SID.  Cllr Vaughan has pledged £1000 funding from HCC.  A new SID will cost approximately £2500.  Cllr James proposed that the PC contribute up to £1500 on the condition that grant from HCC comes through.  Cllrs agreed in principle, but will need to see a completed grant application before a final decision.  Clerk to process.

ii.            Parking Working group update – Cllr Capel submitted the following report re parking at Pheabens Field and round the level crossing:

There is concern over the speed that some cars come in and out of the Close (commuters and residents).  There is one car in particular that parks regularly across or alongside driveways or on the pavement of one house, even when there are parking spaces.  A couple of non-resident cars park overnight in the Close.  Builders working in the area are parking their van regularly on the double yellow lines, sometimes blocking residents’ cars in.  Driving instructors drops off and pick up new learner drivers on double yellow lines at the main road junction.  There are only a few regular parkers now but they are usually very considerate.  There is often chaos at the junction when commuters are dropped off in the early mornings and collected in the evenings – it is becoming very dangerous.

Cllr Flooks also noted that parking issues continue around Ringshall Gardens and other areas of the central village.

 

 

 

 

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d. Allotments and Burial Ground

Allotment rents are still coming in.  There are two new plot holders.

i.            Burial Ground maintenance quote – a quote has been received from the current contractors for the maintenance of the Burial Ground in 2020, and also for grounds maintenance at Yew Tree Close.  The Clerk noted that the charges remain the same as for last year.  It was unanimously agreed to continue with the current contractors.

 

 

 

e. Village Hall Trust

The grand opening of the new extension and refurbishment, held on 18th February, was very successful.

Drainage and car park work is still to be completed, hopefully over the summer.

Trustees are looking into solar panels for the future.

 
f. Clift Meadow Trust

·         CMT are looking to get the hedge cut before the end of February.  It will be taken down to about 4 feet in height.  Their chosen contractor is local, and can complete the work very soon, for a total of £500.

After some discussion, it was agreed by majority that the Parish Council would meet this cost, subject to receipt of a completed grant application.  Cllr James noted environmental concerns with the wildlife that could be affected by the cut.  Clerk to enquire what the contractor plans to do with the arisings.

·         The playground project is proceeding, with an expected start date for installation of early April.  Installation should be complete in early May.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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g. Police & Neighbourhood Watch – see appendix A.

The Clerk noted that the Rural Policing team have now transferred back to Tadley.

 
h. Highways/Footpaths – see appendix A.

Cllr Tomblin noted the fence at German Road, which is falling down.  The Clerk has reported this to Taylor Wimpey repeatedly, with no action being taken thus far.  Cllr Tomblin noted that the land actually belongs to HCC Highways.  POST MEETING NOTE: Taylor Wimpey have now responded that they will remove the remainder of the fence.  They do not plan to replace it.

 
i. Road Safety Project – no update at this time.  
j. Chairman’s report – Cllr Tomblin gave a verbal report.

·         Roll of Honour – Cllr Tomblin noted that nominees are invited for the Honours Board.  Any suggestions should be made to the Clerk.

 

 

10 Consultation documents requiring consideration  
a. HCC Library Service consultation – this consultation outlines proposed changes to the Hampshire Library service, with proposals to either cut opening times or close up to 10 libraries across the county.  Chineham Library is one of those on the list for possible closure.

HCC’s preferred option is to combine the two approaches, although they do also put forward a proposal where all branches remain open with reduced opening times – a reduction of 6-15 hours per week.  There are a number of other lesser proposals to try and introduce efficiencies into the service.

Cllrs noted local support for keeping the library at Chineham Library, which is widely used by Bramley residents.  Clerk to respond accordingly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clerk

11 Grant Applications  
11.1 Clift Meadow Trust – funding for 2020 fete – CMT have submitted a grant request for this event on 16th May for £3500.  This will go towards booking attractions, purchase of tents, licenses, insurance, etc.

After some discussion, Cllr Bell proposed giving the grant.  Cllr Oborn seconded, unanimously agreed.  Clerk to process.

 

 

 

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11.2 Bramley Patient Participation Group – support for health improvement groups – the PPG are looking to hold a workshop for pre-diabetic patients on Saturday mornings at the Clift Meadow Pavilion, and have asked whether the Parish Council would fund the cost of the hall hire.  The groups have tried to meet at the surgery, but there is no real meeting space at the there.  The initial proposal is for 6 two-hour sessions at a cost of £132, with the possibility of extending the project if successful.  There may be other groups in the future is this is successful.

After some discussion, Cllr James proposed and Bell seconded that the PC fund the initial period.  Unanimously agreed.  Clerk and Cllr Oborn to take forward.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clerk/ Cllr Oborn

11.3 Cross House window grant application – the Clerk has heard back from the PCC, who have approached a number of other funding avenues.  Unfortunately, they have met with little success.

Cllrs noted that this is a maintenance project rather than capital expenditure.

Councillors felt uncomfortable granting money for maintenance for a church asset.  However, the PC is still open to grant applications for capital expenditure, as in previous years.  Given that the PCC has confirmed that they do have the funds to cover the project expenditure, the grant application is declined at this stage unless there is match funding from other sources.  This was proposed by Cllr Munday, seconded by Cllr Flooks.  Unanimously agreed.  Clerk to contact PCC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clerk

12 Finance  
12.1 Payments and reconciliation approval – see appendix C

The Clerk noted the payments on the reconciliation.

It was unanimously agreed to approve the payments on the reconciliation.

Clerk to process.

 

 

 

Clerk

12.2 Acknowledgement of Receipts – see appendix C

Receipts were noted.

 

 

13 Date of Next meeting  
  The next Parish Council meeting will be held on Tuesday 17th March 2020.  
14 Resolution to exclude press and public from items that may require discussion of possible legal and financial proceedings  
  None.  
15 Confidential Items  
  None.

 

The meeting closed at 9.44pm

 

 

 

 

 

Signed:                 ………………………………………………………………….      Date:………………………………………

(Chairman)

 

 

Appendix A – Briefing Notes

IT PROJECT

No written report received

 

NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN WORKING GROUP

No written report received.

 

ENVIRONMENT

No written report received.

 

COMMUNITY SPEEDWATCH

Deployment 9 – 10th-19th January

The Street by Tudor Close facing towards Bramley Centre

  • Total Volume of Vehicles      28,289
  • Exceeding 35mph         1088 (3.8%)
  • Maximium Speed       54mph

 

Deployment 10 – 24th-31st January

Campbell Road

  • Total Volume of Vehicles      30,083
  • Exceeding 35mph         1930 (6.4%)
  • Maximum Speed        70mph

 

Deployment 11 – 31st January- 7th February

The Street opposite Churchlands facing towards Bramley Centre

  • Total Volume of Vehicles      38,611
  • Exceeding 35mph        5269 (13.6%)
  • Maximium Speed       62mph

 

Summary

  • 3 deployments of approx. 1 week each location
  • 96,983 vehicles were recorded by the SID
  • 8,287 vehicles could have been prosecuted for exceeding 35mph (8.55%)
  • Maximum speed recorded was 70mph on Campbell Road
  • More Police Enforcement required.
  • The SID has been deployed continually through the village. There is a schedule of deployments throughout 2020
  • 5 new members of Speedwatch have been enrolled
  • Parish Council have arranged for clearance of undergrowth around road signs and they have been cleaned. Street sign clutter is being reduced
  • Discussions ongoing for improved entry/exit gates to village
  • Use of ANPR Speed recording to provide evidence to the Police to send warning letters under discussion
  • Better Signage (under discussion to rationalise and increase the size of repeater sign)
  • More intrusive Traffic Calming such as that employed in Minchens Lane and at Sherborne St John and Cufaude Lane at Taylors Farm.

 

ALLOTMENTS/BURIAL GROUND

No written report received.

 

VILLAGE HALL TRUST

No written report received.

 

CLIFT MEADOW TRUST

No written report received.

 

POLICING & NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH

No written report received.

 

HIGHWAYS/FOOTPATHS

No written report received.

 

ROAD SAFETY PROJECT

No written report received.

 

BOROUGH COUNCILLOR REPORT

No written report received.

 

COUNTY COUNCILLOR REPORT

Serving Hampshire’s Residents: County Council sets out £2.1 billion budget spending plans for Hampshire’s public services in 2020/21

Budget plans which aim to prioritise care for vulnerable children and adults, at the same time as boosting Hampshire’s infrastructure, roads and climate change mitigation, will be considered by Hampshire County Council’s Cabinet at their meeting on 3 February.

Proposals for revenue and capital spending for 2020/21 will be on the agenda at the meeting, as part of the annual budget-setting process by the Authority which proposes to spend £2.1 billion on delivering important public services to Hampshire’s 1.3 million residents during the next financial year.

County Council Leader, Councillor Keith Mans said: “This year’s budget plans follow on from our meticulous financial planning over the autumn. These aim to deliver the first of a two-year strategy to address an anticipated shortfall of a further £80 million in the County Council’s revenue budget by April 2021 – the expenditure needed to run the County Council and deliver local services to the people of Hampshire.

“Securing savings early, reinvesting in more efficient ways of working and using reserves prudently has served us well to date. This approach has enabled the County Council to remain in a strong financial position, and continue to deliver high performing services to residents – in the face of relentless pressure on our budgets.

“Our careful financial stewardship of public money also means that this year, some further one-off investment is possible into areas which include tackling climate change (up to £2 million), as well as ongoing work to maintain Hampshire’s 5,500 miles of roads. An extra £2 million each year is being proposed for fixing potholes, together with another £3 million for 2020/21. This is on top of the £10 million we spend annually on Operation Resilience – our long-term strategy to ensure Hampshire’s road network is more resilient to the impact of heavy traffic and worsening winters.

“Social care pressures also continue to top our list of priorities. We anticipate that the number of people aged over 75 in Hampshire will increase by almost a third over the next few years – that’s an extra 5,500 people a year who may well need social care support, to varying degrees. The number of children in care has also increased by almost a third in recent years. We must make sure our budget for the coming financial year takes this into account. However, nothing short of a major Government rethink on the future of social care funding nationally will address the longer-term financial strain in this area.”

The County Council’s Cabinet will be asked to agree a total 3.99 per cent increase in Hampshire County Council’s council tax precept for the financial year beginning 1 April 2020 – of which 2% is specifically for adults’ social care, in line with Government policy. This equates to an annual charge of £1,286.28 for a Band D property – an increase of just over £49 per year or 95 pence a week.

Councillor Mans added: “The proposed council tax precept for 2020/21 would generate an additional £25 million for delivering County Council services in 2020/21 and would mean that Hampshire is still likely to remain the 2nd lowest council tax of counties in the country.”

At the same time as considering revenue spending for the next financial year, the County Council’s Cabinet will be asked to consider the capital budget and proposals for major investment in Hampshire’s economy, jobs and the quality of the environment – with projects totalling £386.5 million over the next three years.

“This investment in Hampshire’s infrastructure would bring the four-year total investment by the County Council in the fabric of Hampshire, to £733 million, providing a huge boost for the local economy through jobs and construction,” said Councillor Mans.

Schemes include:

  • £94.8 million for new and extended school buildings in Hampshire to ensure there is a school place for every child in Hampshire – and giving a total of 19,100 new school places by September 2023
  • £115.8 million for structural maintenance and improvement of roads and bridges in Hampshire
  • £45.8 million for integrated transport schemes including over £10 million specifically focused on walking and cycling improvements
  • £107.7 million for major improvement of school and other County Council buildings

 

A final decision on the County Council’s budget for 2020/21 will be made by the full County Council on 13 February 2020.

 

 

 

 

Appendix B – Planning Committee Minutes

 

Date: 12th February 2020 Time:                    7.30pm
Place: Bramley Room, Bramley Village Hall  
Present: Cllr Chris Flooks (Chair) Cllr Malcolm Bell
  Cllr Alan Munday Cllr Chris Tomblin
In attendance: Maxta Thomas (Clerk) 1 members of the public
Apologies: Cllr Nick Robinson (Borough)  

 

  Action
1 Apologies for Absence  
  As listed above.  
2 Declarations of Interest  
  Cllr Tomblin did not vote on planning applications due to his position on the BDBC DC Committee.  
3 Minutes of the Last Planning Committee Meeting  
3.1 The minutes of the Planning Committee meeting held on 15th January 2020 were unanimously agreed and signed off by the Chairman.  

 

3.2 Matters arising  
 
  • Cllr Tomblin noted that he has met with BDBC officers in Bramley to help give them a view of some of the issues that Bramley Village is dealing with.  The meeting was a tour in and around Bramley, and took in the morning rush hour period.  Issues highlighted were traffic at the level crossing, the length of time the barriers are down, children crossing Sherfield Road and The Street to get to school, parking down the side roads, and the lack of suitability of the side roads as a main diversion route when the barriers are down.
 
4 Planning & Development  
4.1 New Applications  
a. 20/00120/HSE – 12 Longbridge Road Bramley

Ground floor extension to provide accommodation for a disabled person

No objection unanimously agreed.  Clerk to process.

 

 

Clerk

b. Any other new applications

20/00331/GPDADW – Land At Latchmere Green Latchmere Green Little London

Notification of proposed change of use of Agricultural Building to Class C3 dwellinghouse

Cllrs noted the following

  • The application is still quoting two different postcodes.
  • The agricultural condition has now been removed.
  • The proposed site is on a known flood plain.
  • The previous application for a dwelling was refused for permitted development.
  • Cllrs felt that the claim of a ‘reduction in traffic’ was spurious, as a dwelling is likely to have more traffic than an agricultural building.
  • Cllrs felt that the application was contrary to Local Plan policy SS6 on new housing in the Countryside.
  • The exterior will change substantially with the installation of doors and windows, and should need a separate planning application (as per the recent Minchens Barn application).

Objection as outlined above unanimously agreed – Clerk to process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4.2 Approvals/Refusals/Pending (see appendix A) – these were noted.  
5. Planning Appeals  
5.1 19/01467/FUL – Land West of Cufaude Lane Bramley

This application for the formation of an access track and associated works, was refused by BDBC in August 2019.  It is related to 17/00942/FUL, for which the multiple appeals were dismissed.

The appeal has now been heard.  Three main areas were considered:

  • the effect of the development proposed on the character and appearance of the area
  • whether or not it has been demonstrated that access to Cufaude Lane would be safe and suitable
  • whether or not the scheme would be acceptable with regard to flooding vulnerability.

The Inspector concluded that there were significant issues with each of the three areas, and dismissed the appeal.

 
6. Proposed development at Tudor Farm site  
  A public exhibition was held on 30th October 2019.  70 – 80 residents attended the exhibition, and there was a strong Parish Council presence as well.  Feedback received by Councillors was that most attending residents were against the proposed development.

Residents have been very vocal by email, sending in their opposition to the developer and to both the Borough and Parish Council.

There is no validated planning application as yet.  The Clerk has checked with BDBC, who are not aware of any incoming planning application.

POST MEETING NOTE – an application has now been submitted, and may be viewed on the BDBC website here: https://planning.basingstoke.gov.uk/online-applications – the application number is 20/00319/FUL

 
7. SHELAA Information Event  
  A date of Saturday 15th February has been set for a Bramley PC Open Day on the Strategic Housing and economic Land Availability Assessment (SHELAA).  The purpose of the event is to update and engage with residents on the sites that have been put forward in the SHELAA.

The event has been well advertised, with an article in the Parish magazine, posters around the Parish and in key locations such as the village shop, the bakery, the surgery, etc, and info on the PC website and social media.

All Councillors have been encouraged to attend.  The event is from 10.00 – 4.00.

 

 

 

8. Water Issues  
9.1 Update on sewerage issues – no further update at this time.  There is some supplementary information that needs to be forwarded to BDBC.  
9.2 Update on surface water issues

  • Razors Farm– Cllr Tomblin stated that the pipe under the road has been unblocked which has alleviated road flooding problem.  However, the balancing pond issue has not yet been addressed.  Cllr Tomblin is chasing.
  • Centenary Fields – Cllr Tomblin has met with the developer’s surface water engineer and pointed out the issue with the ditch.  The ditch has now been re-dug and is working well.
 

 

 

Cllr Tomblin

10. Minchens Lane s.106 issues  
  Cllr Tomblin has chased Sue Tarvit at BDBC for an update.  A reply is awaited.  
11. Date of Next Meeting  
  The date of the next Planning Committee meeting is scheduled for 11th March 2020.

 

Meeting closed at 8.35pm

 

 

Approvals/Refusals*

1. 19/01778/FUL – Bramley Village Hall The Street Bramley

Extension and alteration of existing village hall to provide improved facilities and an additional function room. Resurfacing of the existing car park. (Amendment to planning consent 18/01623/FUL)

Application withdrawn

 

No objection

2. 19/02943/HSE – 6 Kirby Drive Bramley

Erection of a single storey front and side extension

Granted

No objection

3. 19/03226/ROC – Land At Latchmere Green Latchmere Green Little London

Removal of condition 2 of planning consent BDB/32775 which restricted the barn to agricultural use only

Granted

 

Objection

4. T/00536/19/TPO – Campbell Court Bramley

Prune 13 trees

Granted

Objection

5. 19/01753/ROC – The Clift Surgery Minchens Lane Bramley

Variation of conditions 1 and 8 and removal of condition 9 of permission 14/01458/FUL to allow alternative access arrangements with the original southern access re-opened for ingress only and the ‘new’ northern access used for egress only

Application withdrawn

 

No objection

 

Pending Applications*

1. 19/03100/FUL- Land Adjoining Clift Surgery Minchens Lane Bramley

Formation of vehicular and pedestrian access

Objection
2. 19/03160/FUL – York Cottage Silchester Road Bramley

Erection of a single storey dwelling

Objection
3. 19/03385/FUL – The Lodge Cufaude Courtyard Cufaude Lane Bramley

Change of use from home office to 1 no. two bed dwelling

No objection
4. 20/00112/AGPD – Bramley Corner Dairy Bramley Corner Bramley

Erection of extension to agricultural barn

No objection

*Objections/no objections listed are the decision of Bramley Parish Council only, and do not reflect any submissions placed by members of the public or other bodies with Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council.

Appendix – Finance

Bank Reconciliation
17 February 2020
Closing Balance from  Unity statement #093 31/01/2020 £71,246.54
Closing Balance from NS&I Statement #7 31/12/2018 £16,849.73
Total Closing Balance as at 31/01/2020 £88,096.27
Income – Unity Account
21 Jan 20 SSE – Wayleaves 24.94
03 Feb 20 Allotment deposit and rent 37.00
03 Feb 20 Allotment rent 24.00
04 Feb 20 Allotment deposit and rent 37.00
17 Feb 20 Burial Ground fees 51.00
£173.94
Income – NS&I Account
01 Feb 20 Interest 2019 134.80
£134.80
Expenditure – Unity account
17 Feb 20 DDFEB01  Bramley Village Hall – Hall rental 36.00
17 Feb 20 DDFEB02  Bramley Village Hall – Hall rental 30.00
17 Feb 20 DDFEB03  Litter Warden’s salary 355.77
17 Feb 20 DDFEB04  Clerk’s salary 1,910.39
17 Feb 20 DDFEB05  NEST – Pension contributions 138.63
17 Feb 20 DDFEB06  Greenhouse Graphics – Maps for Open Day 30.00
17 Feb 20 DDFEB07  Greenhouse Graphics – Infrastructure report printing pt1 184.00
17 Feb 20 DDFEB08  Greenhouse Graphics – Infrastructure report printing pt2 156.00
17 Feb 20 DDFEB09  Greenhouse Graphics – Maps for Open Day 134.40
17 Feb 20 DDFEB10  Greenhouse Graphics – SHELAA report for Open Day 125.00
17 Feb 20 DDFEB11  Greenhouse Graphics – Poster for Open Day 69.60
17 Feb 20 DDFEB12  Greenhouse Graphics – Banners for Open Day 220.80
17 Feb 20 DDFEB13  Greenhouse Graphics – Poster for Open Day 57.60
17 Feb 20 DDFEB14  Muddy Fingers – Grant for growing space extension 500.00
17 Feb 20 DDFEB15  Clerk’s mileage 28.62
17 Feb 20 DDFEB15  Adobe Acrobat subscription 15.17
17 Feb 20 DDFEB15  Vodafone topup fees 20.00
17 Feb 20 DDFEB15  Mrs M Thomas – Parking fees for BDBC meeting 2.00
17 Feb 20 DDFEB15  Mrs M Thomas – Stationery for Open Day 6.50
17 Feb 20 DDFEB15  Mrs M Thomas – Stationery for Open Day 3.60
17 Feb 20 DDFEB15  Printerland – Printer cartridges 307.80
17 Feb 20 DDFEB15  Amazon – Paper for printing 25.99
17 Feb 20 DDFEB16  Willbox – Container hire – Clift Meadow 54.68
17 Feb 20 DDFEB17  Tadley Self Storage – Unit rental 55.00
17 Feb 20 DDFEB18  DCK Accounting – Payroll processing fees – Feb 30.00
17 Feb 20 DDFEB19  Bramley PCC – Parish magazine space Jun-Nov 500.00
£4,997.55
Unity Balance including uncleared cheques £66,422.93
NS&I Balance £16,984.53
Total Balance £83,407.46