- Brian Leach
- Sarah Russell
- Keith Ravenhill
- Sue Richards
- Angela Barnes
Members of the Public
DCllr David Cooper
2. Minutes of the Last Meeting
The Minutes recorded from the meeting held on 10 May 2022 were approved as a true record, duly signed, dated and filed.
3. Declarations of interest
4. Financial Report
Bank Balance £59,231.70
10th May OCC grass cutting £527.75
13th May Haigh/Gulland allotment rent £10.00
12th April HMRC VAT Refund from y/e 31st March 2022 £3,301.66
18th May (Bank Transfer) Brian Leach printing annual meeting flyer £42.49
23rd May (Bank Transfer) Chase Benefice book of condolence £40.94
27th May Bank Charges £16.00
4th June (Bank Transfer) Zurich Insurance (under long-term agreement) £2057.32
10th June (Bank Transfer) A Barnes Salary £239.22
Bank reconciliation and financial report were emailed separately.
5. Reports from County and District Councillors
No reports received.
6. Public Time
No members of the public present.
Land North West of 18 London Lane
Deadline: Please send me your comments by: 25th November 2021.
APPLICATION NO: 21/03570/S73
PROPOSAL: Variation of condition 2 and removal of condition 8 of planning permission
17/01067/FUL to allow conversion of area over garage into a home office (plots 2 and 4) and changes to fenestration (plots 1 and 5) whilst still maintaining all amendments relating to design changes, repositioning of access road and alterations to boundary treatments as previously approved under 21/00542/S73.
LOCATION: Land North West Of 18 London Lane Ascott Under Wychwood
APPLICANT: Kingerlee Homes Ltd
REGISTERED: 1st November
GRANTED: (for reference)
12-18 London Lane 17/01067/FUL Appeal Ref: APP/D3125/W/17/3179654
Construction of four dwellings and associated works at Land North West of 18 London Lane
WODC Address Management
Planning Application 17/01067/FUL .
SNN2022001 Development London Lane
This has been confirmed as Foresters Court.
ONGOING: (PC replied)
BLUE CEDAR HOMES Land North West of 18 London Lane
Please send me your comments by: 15 April 2021
APPLICATION NO: 21/00506/FUL
LOCATION: Land North West of 18 London Lane Ascott under Wychwood
PROPOSAL: Erection of 7 one storey age restricted dwellings for older people (65 years) with access, landscaping and associated infrastructureREGISTERED: 12 Feb 2021 Planning Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
GRANTED (PC replied objected)
Land North East of 51 High Street
Deadline: Please send me your comments by: 15 September 2021
APPLICATION NO: 21/02804/RES
PROPOSAL: Reserved matters application for the erection of two detached dwellings with associated works including detached garaging and vehicular and pedestrian accesses to both properties. Town and Country Planning Act APPLICATION NO: 20/01592/OUT PROPOSAL: Residential development of two dwellings and revised agricultural access
(Outline application with some matters reserved)
LOCATION: Land North East of 51 High Street Ascott Under Wychwood
APPLICANT: Bloombridge LLP REGISTERED: 17th August 2021
WODC Graduate Planning Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
REFUSED: (PC replied)
BLOOMBRIDGE DEVELOPMENT LLP Land North East Of 53 High Street Ascott UnderWychwood
Deadline: Please send me your comments by: 30th April 2021.
APPLICATION NO: 21/00651/OUT
PROPOSAL: Outline Planning Application (with some matters reserved except access) for the demolition of existing building and construction of up to seven dwellings and new open space/Memorial Garden of approximately 0.6ha.
LOCATION: Land North East Of 53 High Street Ascott Under Wychwood
APPLICANT: Bloombridge Development LLP
REGISTERED: 5th March 2021
Planning Officer: email@example.com
NOTIFICATION OF PLANNING APPEAL
Land North East of 53 High Street Ascott under Wychwood
ORIGINAL APPLICATION No. 21/00651/OUT
APPEAL REF: APP/03125/W/21/3281901
APPEAL START DATE: 17.12.2021
Outline Planning Application (with some matters reserved except access) for the demolition of existing building and construction of up to seven dwellings and new open space/Memorial Garden of approximately 0.06ha
8. Neighbourhood Plan
Cllr Leach reported that he had met with Pippa Carter for an update on the Flood Risk and on the Amenities and Employment sections evidence gathering.
The Flood Risk is now almost complete and PC will hand over her file to Cllr Leach to go over in mid-July. The EY report is waiting on a final meeting but this has been delayed due to two of the attendees having COVID.
The Amenities and Employment work is progressing steadily, and an early first draft has been given to Cllr Leach for feedback.
Cllr Leach is still working on the final version of the History and Heritage publication.
9. Matters Arising
(a) 5 Shipton Road – Nothing to report.
(b) Road signage – WODC will replace, free of charge, damaged/illegible signs, otherwise there would be a cost of £300 per sign. Cllr Leach would collate and supply WODC with an up to date map.
(c) OALC 2050 Consultation – Ongoing
(d) Annual Parish Meeting
Cllr Leach extended his thanks to everyone and all agreed that the format of the meeting was a success, well attended and very well received.
(e) Tree replacement – the Clerk was asked to add this as an Agenda item to be discussed at the July meeting.
10. Risk Assessment and Ground Maintenance
Cllr Plant reported that another clearance session had taken place at the Sports field, she also reported on the guttering, which was partially blocked and in some places had become detached. Cllr Plant reported that some parishioners had mentioned to her about the some of the signs being erected on the Village Green. All agreed to keep an eye on this. The RoSPA Inspection of the play equipment was due to be carried out in July.
11. Community Emergency Plan
Nothing to report
Nothing to report.
Cllr Richards reported that dangerous parking outside the Swan had been reported again. She reported that lorries had been seen reversing down High Street, which was dangerous and unacceptable.
Cllr Ravenhill would look into purchasing an extra water tank.
15. Reports from Organisations
(a) Sports Clubs – nothing to report.
(b) Village Charity – nothing to report.
Taunton Deane Morris Men
Invitation to AGM
17. Any Other Business.
Cllr Leach thanked Simon Gidman and the Tiddy Hill for organising the Jubilee celebrations.
Cllr Russell reported that on Friday 27 May between 6pm & 7pm she was taking her children to a club in Milton under Wychwood and tried to drive along the Shipton Road, but this was blocked by the Swan – there were bar stools in the road, a delivery lorry parked adjacent. She waited for several minutes before having to get out of her car and clear the access. The Clerk was asked to draft a letter to the Swan explaining this was not only unacceptable, but illegal.
The sale of Manor Farm was discussed and unadopted footpaths.
There being no further business, Cllr Leach declared the meeting closed at 8.50pm
Cllr Brian Leach (Chairman)
Date: Tuesday 12 July 2022