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MINUTES OF MEETING OF INGLEBY BARWICK PARISH COUNCIL, HELD AT ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI CHURCH CENTRE – MEETING ROOM, BARWICK WAY, INGLEBY BARWICK, ON WEDNESDAY 18TH JUNE 2003, COMMENCING AT 7.00 P.M.

 

 

PRESENT:

 

Chairman: Councillor T.W. Bowman;

 

Vice-Chair: Councillor Mrs I Machin;

 

Councillors: W. Feldon, Ms J. Morrison, N. Morrison, Mrs S. Rouse, R. Patterson and D. Scott;

 

Ward Councillor: Mrs J. Beaumont;

 

Clerk and Treasurer: Paula M. Hall;

 

Police Inspector Colin White

 

 

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE.

No apologies for absence were received.

 

 

22.  PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

 

The Chairman introduced Police Inspector Colin White, who had been invited to the meeting to discuss policing in Ingleby Barwick.

 

Inspector White noted that the crime rate in Ingleby Barwick is generally very low.

Car crime and burglary are two of the main areas of concern.  The crimes are normally committed by ‘traveling criminals’ and opportunists.

Around 38% of all burglaries are ‘opportunists’.

It was noted that the percentage of ‘walk-in’ burglaries has risen and is one of the areas being targeted by crime prevention i.e. lock up your doors etc.

 

Inspector White gave a brief outline of the programme now implemented by the Police, although it was noted that the demand on Police for time outstrips the resources available.

He informed that response times had improved and are back up to 90%’s.

 

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The number of Community Police Officers for Ingleby Barwick had been due to increase from two to four in April 2003, however this has been delayed and it is hoped that this will happen by no later than April 2004.

 

The Policing programme is due to be reviewed in October 2003.

 

It was noted that the Police hold regular meetings to identify ‘hot spots’ of areas of crime, where action is needed.

 

Inspector White noted that Neighbourhood Watch is very effective and has good links with the Police, however he highlighted the need for a dedicated Neighbourhood Watch co-coordinator in Stockton Police.

 

Inspector White outlined ABC’s (Acceptable Behaviour Contracts), which are proving to be successful.  He also gave a brief explanation on ASBO’s (Anti Social Behaviour Orders).

The need for Officers to use interpersonal skills was highlighted.

 

It was noted that Friday nights are particularly busy and Police respond to calls to ‘hot spots’ of crime.

 

The use of scooters and motorbikes on public footpaths/cycleways was raised.  It was noted that the Police have an off-road bikes section that deal with these problems.  The government is bringing in new legislation, where offenders can be arrested for public nuisance.

 

Inspector White informed that he would be taking up a new role as Community Safety Inspector at Stockton in the next few weeks.  Sergeant Boulton will be moving to Stockton Police Station at the beginning of July 2003.  Their successes are not yet known.

 

The Chairman thanked Inspector White for his attendance.

 

23.  MINUTES OF INGLEBY BARWICK PARISH COUNCIL ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING HELD ON 7TH MAY 2003.

The Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of Ingleby Barwick Parish Council held on 7th May 2003, having been circulated to Members and displayed in the Parish Council Noticeboards, were confirmed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman at the meeting, accordingly.

                                                                                               

 

 

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24.  MINUTES OF INGLEBY BARWICK PARISH MEETING HELD ON 21ST MAY 2003.

The Minutes of Ingleby Barwick Parish Meeting held on 21st May 2003, having been circulated to Members and displayed in the Parish Council Noticeboards, were accepted as a correct record and will be signed at the Parish Meeting in 2004.

 

25.  CODE OF CONDUCT – DECLARATION OF INTERESTS.

The Clerk noted receipt of all declaration of acceptance of office forms and register of interest’s forms.

 

No interests were declared.

 

26.  INGLEBY BARWICK.COM WEBSITE – PARISH COUNCIL MINUTES.

The Clerk noted that InglebyBarwick.com website has asked her, if they can either have the Parish Council Minutes before approval or add a note on their website to say minute’s available following approval by Parish Council, or words to that effect.

Also, they have asked if the Parish Council would be interested in a free email address   @inglebybarwick.com

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk reply to the matter noting that Parish Council minutes will be forward to the website after approval by the Parish Council.

Also, the Parish Council may be interested in an email address if it can be linked in with the existing email address.

 

27.  MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING ON 7TH MAY 2003.

 

(a) Item 23 (c) 2000/2001 - Greenside and Beckfields Shopping Centres, Ingleby Barwick.

The Clerk informed that she has sent a letter to Browns Estate Agents, noting that work has started on the lighting at Greenside shopping area, also, asking if they are intending to replace the existing damaged wall mounted bins, with stronger bins.

No reply to date.

 

The Clerk informed that she has sent a follow up letter to Six Continents Brewery, with regard to the pothole at the entrance into Greenside shopping area car park.

No reply to date.

 

 

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It was noted that the grate cover is missing from the pedestrian shopping area at Greenside shops.

 

(b) Item 89(s) 2000/2001 Direction Signs to Ingleby Barwick from A19 and A174.

The Clerk noted that the Highways Agency have informed Stockton Borough Council (S.B.C.) that they will not provide funds for the signing, which they state should be provided by the developers or the Local Highway Authority.

Stockton Borough Council (S.B.C.) has informed that they will reapproach the Highways Agency on the matter. 

It was noted that the signs will have to be altered as part of the Airport signing associated with Longnewton I/C, and it is hoped that they will agree to include Ingleby Barwick in any new signage.

The signing on the A66 is a matter for the SSL budget.

 

(c) Item 88 2002/2003 Youth Club and Facilities in Ingleby Barwick.

The provision of youth facilities is currently being progressed by Councillor Mrs J. Beaumont.

 

The Clerk noted that she had requested information from S.B.C. regarding the double decker bus, parked in Ingleby Barwick on a weekly basis.

A reply has been received noting last September the Youth Service got funding from the Transforming Youth Work fund. This enabled them to fund a youth bus to take youth provision to various parts of the Borough.

The Bus meets in Ingleby Barwick on a Tuesday evening from 7pm to 8.30pm. It
is equipped with computers, games, tv/video, playstation and advice and
information resources. It is staffed by 3 youth workers and a youth work
assistant.  During the evening two of the youth workers may do outreach work
to contact young people on the streets. The Youth Worker in charge is Mr S.
Peebles.

(d) Item 144 2002/2003 Powercare Electrical Services, Ingleby Barwick CCTV System.

The Clerk noted that she had been contacted by Powercare Electrical Services informing that they have had a few people approaching them asking what is
happening with the CCTV system in Ingleby Barwick.

RESOLVED that the Clerk reply to Powercare Electrical Services on behalf of the Parish Council, informing that their comments remain the same i.e. the costs involved are far too expensive and the Parish Council are not in a position at present to get involved in such a scheme.

 

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(e) Item 159 2002/2003 The Countryside Agency, Countryside And Rights Of Way Act 2000, Draft Map Information For Parish Councils.

The Clerk informed that the information was circulated to the Planning Group for comments.

Comments were raised on two pieces of land, which have been submitted to the Countryside Agency.

 

(f) Item 7 2003/2004 Confirmation of  Appointed School Governors.

The Clerk informed that she had sent a letter to Mr S. Bradford, Director of Education, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council (S.B.C.), expressing the Parish Council’s interest in continuing to be represented on Ingleby Barwick Primary School Governing Bodies, following implementation of the new rules, when minor authority’s will not automatically be represented.

A copy of the letter was sent to the Head Teachers of the Primary Schools in Ingleby Barwick.

 

A response has been received from Ian Short S.B.C. as follows:

 

MINOR AUTHORITY REPRESENTATIVES ON SCHOOL GOVERNING BODIES

 

My name is Ian Short, I am Manager of the School & Governor Support Service in Stockton, and, later in the year, it will be my task to present a report to Council on the changes brought about due to the publication of the School Governance (Constitution) (England) Regulations 2003.

 

As you have quite rightly stated Ingleby Barwick Parish Council, together with all other second tier authorities within the Borough have been given the opportunity to recommend candidates to serve on primary school governing bodies. The new regulations will no longer allow this to automatically continue. Although schools will have the opportunity to reserve one of their new "community" governor vacancies, the council will need to decide whether it wishes to similarly reserve a Local Education Authority governorship. At this stage I cannot say whether that will be the case or not, however, what I can say is that I will be encouraging all parties to ensure that councils, such as your own, continue to have a voice on school governing bodies.

 

Although the regulations come into force in September this year, Governing Bodies will have until September 2006 to implement them. The exceptions to this are new schools that have opened recently or are due to open in September.

 

 

 

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Both St Francis and Myton Park fall into that category and as such are currently preparing a new Instrument of Government. I understand that Myton Park have already included your council within their community governor category. I am not, however, aware at this time of the position at St. Francis, other than in the new model for V.A. schools their are no community governorships and the number of LEA governorships may well be limited to one. In these circumstances your council could possibly lose its current membership status.

 

I will be recommending to all the remaining Governing Bodies in Stockton to aim for a September 2004 reconstitution. If this is accepted new instruments will be drawn up in the coming Autumn or Spring Terms, at which time it will be clear what the LEA position is and where, if necessary minor authorities would need to seek representation via the community route.

 

(g) Item 10 2003/2004  Payment of Subscriptions Falling to be Paid Annually.

(a) Cornhill Insurance Policy                    

The Clerk confirmed renewal of the Insurance Policy and receipt of £602.28 from Ingleby Barwick Community Hall Management Committee as payment of their section of the Policy cover.

 

(h) Item 13 2003/2004 Ingleby Barwick Garden Competition 2003.

The Clerk noted that Peter Barratts Garden Centre were happy to be involved in the competition again this year.

The deadline for entries is 11th July and judging is to take place on 20th July 2003.

Notices have been posted in the Parish Council noticeboards and an article in Gossip.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk write to Peter Barratts asking them if they would consider providing garden centre vouchers for the prizes for each of the three categories, as they did last year.

 

(i) Item 15 2003/2004 Stockton-on-Tees Local Transport Plan – Mid Term Review: Consultation.

The Clerk noted that Councillor Mrs Machin and herself attended the consultation meeting on Wednesday 14th May 2003.

It was noted that various comments had been raised from the consultation, which would be taken into consideration.

 

 

 

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28. STOCKTON-ON-TEES BOROUGH COUNCILPROPOSED STOPPING-UP OF HIGHWAY LAND, STONEACRE AVENUE, INGLEBY BARWICK.

The Clerk noted that she had circulated the information received from S.B.C. to Parish Council members prior to the meeting.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk reply to S.B.C. informing that the Parish Council have no objections to the proposal, as long as the residents living in the vicinity are in agreement.

 

 

29. INGLEBY WOOD/THORNABY PLANTATION 7 S.B.C. WILDSPACE.

The Clerk noted receipt of a letter and information from S.B.C. regarding Ingleby Wood/Thornaby Plantation.

It is noted that in response to requests from local residents the following works are necessary to ensure the newly developed woodland is accessible throughout the year.

-                     Surfacing of the path between Regency Grove and Acorn Bank.

This is required as the route is used by a significant number of people in the morning and evenings to and from work or school.

 

-                     The installation of board walking at the northern end of the site.

This is required as the path becomes impassable at this location due to water logging.

 

Elementis Chromium distributes a small Environmental Landfill Fund (bids of less than £1,000) that is administered by the Tees Valley Wildlife Trust.  It is estimated that the work would cost in the region of £500-£600 and would readily fit the criteria of the above fund.

As S.B.C. are ineligible to apply for the Elementis grant it would be necessary for Ingleby Barwick Parish Council to front the application.  All development works etc. would be managed by S.B.C.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk inform S.B.C. that the Parish Council will apply for the funding, the application form to be signed by the Chairman and Clerk.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk investigate the possibility of the Parish Council getting registered for applying for landfill funding.

 

The Clerk noted receipt of a letter from S.B.C. informing that they have recently acquired funding for the development of several proposed local nature reserves in the borough through the New Opportunities Fund ‘Wildspace Grant’.  As part of the bid a capital grant of £400 has been obtained for the production of an information panel at Barwick Pond.

 

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To further the declaration process (along with 5 other sites) and to ensure the above grant is administered within the terms of the grant offer they are establishing a steering group, which is to be called the Wildspace Group.  They are hoping that the group will have one representative from all of the sites involved in the process, meeting at quarterly intervals.  The initial meeting will be held at the Castle Eden Walkway at 10 a.m. on Tuesday 8th July 2003.

 

RESOLVED that Councillors Mrs Machin and Mrs Rouse attend the meeting.

 

30. STOCKTON-ON-TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL – STANDARDS COMMITTEE, PARISH REPRESENTATIVES.

The Clerk noted receipt of a letter from Mr Bond, Director of Law and Democracy, S.B.C. informing he will shortly be reporting to the Standards Committee Appointments Paned regarding the appointment of a new Substitute Parish Representative.

 

With that in mind, he asks that, through our Council, to invite applications from amongst our Councillors.  To assist individuals who may be interested he has attached a copy of the relevant job description and appointment criteria.  Applications, containing CV details and reasons for wishing to be a Substitute Representative should be submitted to him.  This information will then be considered by the Appointments Panel in private.  Personal details of applicants will not be made public.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk forward the information to Councillor W. Feldon.

 

31. LOCAL GOVERNMENT (MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS) ACT 1982, APPLICATION FOR GRANT OF A PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT LICENCE, THE YORKSHIRE DRAGOON, HIGH LANE, MALTBY.

The Clerk noted receipt of a letter from S.B.C. Trading Standards and Licensing Unit, informing that an application has been received for the grant of a public entertainment licence to allow music, singing & dancing to be performed on the premises as follows:

            Monday-Saturday      9.30 a.m. – 01.00 a.m.

            Sunday                       12 noon   - 12.00 p.m.

This application may be considered by a future meeting of the licensing Committee and they would welcome any observations from the Parish Council on such a proposal.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk reply to S.B.C. informing that the Parish Council has no objections, but would expect the noise levels to be within guidelines and control measures to be in place accordingly.

 

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32. STOCKTON-ON-TEES BROUGH COUNCIL – CONSULTATION DOCUMENT – Blair Avenue (North)/Barwick Lane, Proposed Toucan Crossing – Blair Avenue (South)/Barwick Lane, Proposed Toucan Crossing/School Zone.

The Clerk noted that she had circulated the information to Parish Council Members prior to the meeting, for their observation.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk reply to S.B.C. with the Parish Council’s comments as follows:

 

CONTROLLED PEDESTRIAN CROSSING INSTALLATIONS/TRAFFIC SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS 2003/04

 

With respect to the proposed Toucan Crossing and Bus Lay-by on Blair Avenue (north) as indicated on drawing No H29/129:

 

1.  Ingleby Barwick Parish Council supports the proposals.

 

2.  Ingleby Barwick Parish Council would also like to make the following

     comments:

 

            It is noted that the drawing does not indicate the provision

            of School Zone signs and ‘Gateway’ treatments as part of these

            proposals.

            The Parish Council would like to see School Zone signs, ‘Gateway’

            treatments and 20-mph advisory signs included in this scheme.

           

            The Parish Council refers to Myton Park School’s Travel Plan, which in it

            suggested a crossing on Blair Avenue close to the Primary school, just

            after Eastbound traffic has passed Cradoc Grove, as per attached sketch.

            This was suggested to accommodate pupils from the Marchlyn Crescent

            area, which is where some of the Nursery/Reception pupils are coming

            from in September 2003 and would be the desired pedestrian crossing

            point. 

            There should be provision made for a School Crossing Patrol at this

            location. 

            The Parish Council would like to see a copy of the risk assessments

carried out on these proposals.

 

 

 

 

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CONTROLLED PEDESTRIAN CROSSING INSTALLATIONS/TRAFFIC SIGNAL IMPROVEMENTS 2003/04

 

With respect to the proposed Toucan Crossing and School Zone on Blair Avenue (south) as indicated on drawing No H29/130:

 

1.  Ingleby Barwick Parish Council supports the proposals.

 

2.  Ingleby Barwick Parish Council would also like to make the following

     comments:

 

It is noted that School Zone signs and ‘Gateway’ treatments are to be provided as part of the proposals.

            The Parish Council would also like to see 20-mph advisory signs included

            in the scheme.

 

            The Parish Council would like to see a copy of the risk assessments

carried out on these proposals.

 

33. INGLEBY BARWICK COMMUNITY HALL – EXTENSION PROPOSALS.

The Clerk informed that she has arranged a joint meeting of the Parish Council and Community Hall Management Committee to take place on 25th June 2003, at St. Francis of Assisi Church Centre meeting room, commencing at 7.00 p.m.

 

34.  FINANCE:

(a) Ingleby Barwick Parish Council Current Balance Sheet.

The Clerk/Treasurer circulated copies of the Parish Council's current financial statement, showing a balance of £98,006.24, a copy of which is held on the Parish Council file.

 

(b) Accounts for Payment.

 

Payments Approved on 7th May 2003

 

Allianz Cornhill                                                                                               £1808.94

 

Crimestoppers                                                                                              £    35.00

 

Classic Trophies Uk – I.B. Football Club                                                   £    63.00

 

 

 

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The following Accounts were approved for payment, at the meeting:

 

Paula M. Hall – Remuneration June 2003;

            Paula M. Hall - Tax and N.I. Contribution June 2003;

 

Use of Church Centre for P.C. Meetings

May 2003                                                                                           £  54.00   

 

Paula M. Hall – Reimbursement of Expenses/Administration Costs:

 

            Internet Charges (June 03)                                                              £    14.99   

            Staples: 2 HP Printer Cartridge                                         

                            Box White Paper                                                               £    61.91

            Safeway HP Printer Cartridge                                                         £    26.99

 

LexisNexis Uk – Local Council Administration 6th Edition                       £    35.00

 

CLCA Documents                                                                                        £    96.00

 

RECEIPT of Cheque from Ingleby Barwick Community Hall

Management Committee – Insurance Payment                                        £   602.28

 

(c) Internal Audit of Accounts 2002/2003.

The Clerk noted that the Clerk from Egglescliffe Parish Council has carried out the internal audit of the Parish Council’s accounts.  A report and invoice is to be forward to the Chairman in due course.

The Clerk noted that she has carried out the internal audit for Preston Parish Council.

The Clerk noted one point raised verbally on both audits that it is a requirement to minute that an annual risk assessment has been carried out.

 

RESOLVED that an item for annual risk assessment be placed on the agenda for the next Parish Council meeting.

 

(d) Ingleby Barwick Community Hall Accounts.

The Clerk circulated the account information dated 28th May 2003.

 

(e) Section 137 Payments.

The Clerk noted receipt of a letter from Thornaby Pavilion Judo Club, asking for the Parish Council to sponsor a weight group at the Thornaby Open Judo Tournament on Sunday 29th June 2003.  A £30.00 contribution would enable the Club to purchase 4 trophies required for each weight group.

 

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RESOLVED that the Parish Council sponsor a weight group at the cost of  £30.00, the Clerk to arrange for payment accordingly. 

 

35.  COMMUNITY FACILITIES.

 

(a) Seats/Bins, Ingleby Barwick.

The Clerk reported that she has been informed by S.B.C. that agreement has been reached regarding the costs for emptying of the additional bins.

S.B.C. are arranging for the purchase of the 5 dog bins to be funded by the Parish Council.  

           

(b) Traffic Calming.

The Clerk noted receipt of a letter from S.B.C. on the ‘30’ mph to be painted on the carriageway at the ‘Village Gateways’.

It is noted that prior to the introduction of the 2002 Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions, 30-mph roundels required special authorisation.  The new Regulations came into force earlier this year and allow roundels to be marked as part of Gateways.  They will now arrange to have the Gateway markings laid and thank the Parish Council for bringing this matter to their attention.

 

The Clerk to arrange for David Mitchell, Community Engineer, S.B.C., to attend the Parish Council meeting on Wednesday 16th July 2003, to discuss traffic calming in Ingleby Barwick.

 

The Clerk noted receipt of an email from a resident highlighting concern regarding road safety/speeding issues on Beckfields Avenue, Ingleby Barwick.

The resident has asked if the Parish Council can look into this problem and offered a number of possible safety measures to deter speeding.

 

The Clerk noted that she has replied to the resident informing that Mr Mitchell from S.B.C. is to attend a Parish Council meeting in the near future, to discuss traffic calming in Ingleby Barwick.

 

(c) Bulbs/Tubs.

The Clerk noted that she has sent a letter to S.B.C. regarding the possibility of a partnership to brighten up Ingleby Barwick, with bulb planting etc.

 

A reply has been received from S.B.C. noting that the Parish Council has expressed an interest in working in partnership with the Borough Council to brighten up Ingleby Barwick.  It is noted that this would be a worthwhile exercise and would be welcomed by the majority of residents from the area.

 

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A member of the Horticulture Services Team is to contact the Parish Council to discuss some options.

(d) Planting of Broad Leaf Trees, Ingleby Barwick.

No further information.

 

(e) Play Facilities.

The Clerk noted that she has contacted S.B.C. regarding the seats and bin, in the play area adjacent to Safeway.

 

S.B.C. have asked what the Parish Council would like to do regarding replacing the missing seat and providing a stronger litter bin.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk inform S.B.C. that the seat and bin should be replaced at their cost, however if no funds available could be financed by the Parish Council.

 

The Clerk informed that she has received two suggestions regarding a name for the play area, which are as follows:

 

-                     Lambland;

-                     Everest Jubilee Park/Everest Park.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk forward the suggestions to S.B.C. accordingly.

 

(f) Football Pitches.

Councillor Scott informed that there has been a setback with the project.

S.B.C. are now dealing with the lease or purchase of the land on Thornaby Road, discussions are ongoing.

It was noted that Scott Bros. are still involved with the project and would be providing help with the roads etc.

 

36.  PLANNING APPLICATIONS.

(a) Planning Schedule.

The Clerk referred to the Planning Schedule attached to the Agenda for this Meeting, which states the comments made by Ingleby Barwick Parish Council’s Planning Applications Committee in relation to the planning applications listed.

The Schedule indicates the current position of the planning applications, which have been informed by S.B.C.

 

Councillor Mrs J. Beaumont indicated any further decisions, which have been made on the list of planning applications.

 

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It was noted that S.B.C. are looking to provide some training for Parish Councils on planning issues.

 

37.  REPORTS OF ATTENDANCES AT COMMITTEES.

 

(a) Community Hall Management Committee.

No report.

 

(b) Temporary Governing Body - Proposed Myton Park Community Primary School, Ingleby Barwick.

Councillor Bowman informed that the school is now fully staffed and on schedule for opening September 2003.

 

(c) Temporary Governing Body - St. Francis of Assisi Primary School, Ingleby Barwick.

Councillor Mrs Rouse informed that the school now has 80 children in the main school and 52 children in the nursery sessions.  30 children are due to start in September 2003.

The parents have set up ‘Friends of St. Francis of Assisi’ and are organising meetings.

 

38.  COMMUNITY COMMUNICATION.

RESOLVED that the Clerk write an article on ‘Care for Your Area’, highlighting public areas, for the next edition of the Gossip magazine.

 

39.  CLERK’S REPORT AND CORRESPONDENCE.

 

(a) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council – Consultation letter regarding the proposed stopping-up of highway land, Stoneacre Avenue, Ingleby Barwick.

 

(b) St. Francis of Assisi Church Centre – Invoice for use of meeting room May 2003.

 

(c) St. Francis of Assisi Church Centre – Renewal of meeting room booking.

 

(d) CPRE – TCG (Transport Campaign Group) Newsletter April 2003.

 

(e) Residents Letter Strome Close/Wellbrook Close - regarding tree planting.

 

(f) Thornaby Pavilion Judo Club – Request for financial assistance.

 

(g) SMP Playgrounds – Information leaflets.

 

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(h) Defra – Good Councillors Guide, Essential Guidance for Town and Parish Councillors.

 

(i) Tees Valley Rural Community Council – Information Update May 2003.

 

(j) SLCC – Receipt of ‘The Clerk’ magazine.

 

(k) One Voice Tees Valley – Tees Valley Briefing June 2003.

 

(l) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council – Receipt of Minutes April 2003.

 

(m) Ramblers Association – Receipt of ‘The Rambler’ Summer 2003.

 

(n) C.L.C.A. Mailing – Receipt of letter listing recent circulars/papers received.

 

(o) Neptune Furniture – Receipt of 2003 brochure and price list.

 

(p) Receipt of Clerks & Councils ‘Direct’ Magazine – May 2003.

 

(q) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council – Receipt of Minutes April/May 2003.

 

(r) C.L.C.A. – Receipt of Agenda for meeting on 18th June 2003.

 

(s) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council – Receipt of letter regarding Standards Committee, Parish Representatives.

 

(t) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council – Care for your Area Awards 2003 – Request for nominations by 17th June 2003.

 

(u) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council – Receipt of letter regarding Ingleby Hill Farm.  

 

(v) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council – Receipt of Consultation letter, Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982, Application for Grant of a Public Entertainment Licence, The Yorkshire Dragoon, High Lane, Maltby.

 

(w) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council – Receipt of Consultation document – Blair Avenue (North)/Barwick Lane, Proposed Toucan Crossing – Blair Avenue (South)/Barwick Lane, Proposed Toucan Crossing/School Zone.        

 

 

 

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MEETING ROOM BOOKING and DATE OF NEXT MEETING.

 

The Clerk noted receipt of a letter from St. Francis of Assisi Church Centre requesting confirmation from the Parish Council that they require their booking of the meeting room to continue for a further 12 months.  The matter is to be discussed at the PCC AGM in July 2003.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk confirm that continuation of the booking is required.

 

The next meeting of Ingleby Barwick Parish Council will be held on Wednesday 16th July 2003 at 7.00 p.m. in St. Francis of Assisi Church Centre – Meeting Room, Barwick Way, Ingleby Barwick.

 

 

 

 

 

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MINUTES

 

OF THE

 

 MEETING

 

OF

 

INGLEBY BARWICK PARISH COUNCIL

 

HELD ON

 

WEDNESDAY 18TH JUNE 2003

 

AT

 

ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI CHURCH CENTRE – MEETING ROOM

BARWICK WAY

INGLEBY BARWICK

 

 

 

 

PREPARED BY

PAULA M. HALL

CLERK TO THE PARISH COUNCIL