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MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF INGLEBY BARWICK PARISH COUNCIL, HELD AT ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI CHURCH CENTRE, BARWICK WAY, INGLEBY BARWICK, ON WEDNESDAY 19TH JULY 2006, COMMENCING AT 7.15 P.M.

 

PRESENT:

 

Chairman: Councillor Mrs I. Machin;

 

Vice Chairman: Councillor T.W. Bowman;

 

Councillors: W. Feldon, N. Morrison, Mrs S. Rouse and D. Scott;

 

Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer: Paula M. Hall;

 

Marcel Madden, Ingleby Gymnastics Club;

 

2 Members of the public were present at the meeting.

 

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE.

 

Apologies for absence were received from or on behalf of Parish Councillor Ms J. Morrison, Ward Councillors K. Faulks, D. Harrington, A. Larkin (Ingleby Barwick East) and Ward Councillors K. Dixon, L. Narroway, R. Patterson (Ingleby Barwick West).

 

40.  CODE OF CONDUCT – DECLARATION OF INTERESTS.

 

Councillor T.W. Bowman declared a personal/non-prejudicial interest in the following item on the Agenda as he is a Member of Ingleby Barwick Parish Council:

 

Agenda Item No. 8              -           Ingleby Barwick Parish Council Office

Accommodation - Draft Lease Agreement.

 

Councillor T.W. Bowman declared a personal/prejudicial interest in relation to the following items on the Agenda, as his spouse is Treasurer on the Community Hall Management Committee:

 

Item No. 9                 -           Ingleby Barwick Community Hall - Extension;

Item No. 10               -           Ingleby Barwick Community Hall – Partition Wall.

 

Councillor T.W. Bowman stated that he has been granted a dispensation to speak and vote on the above items.

 

 

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Councillor W. Feldon declared a personal/non-prejudicial interest in the following item on the Agenda as he is a Member of Ingleby Barwick Parish Council:

 

Agenda Item No. 8              -           Ingleby Barwick Parish Council Office

Accommodation - Draft Lease Agreement.

 

Councillor W. Feldon declared a personal/prejudicial interest in relation to the following items on the Agenda, as he represents the Parish Council on the Community Hall’s Management Committee:

 

Item No. 9                 -           Ingleby Barwick Community Hall - Extension;

Item No. 10               -           Ingleby Barwick Community Hall – Partition Wall.

 

Councillor W. Feldon stated that he has been granted a dispensation to speak and vote on the above items.

 

Councillor Mrs I. Machin declared a personal/non-prejudicial interest in the following item on the Agenda as she is a Member of Ingleby Barwick Parish Council:

 

Agenda Item No. 8              -           Ingleby Barwick Parish Council Office

Accommodation - Draft Lease Agreement.

 

Councillor Mrs I. Machin declared a personal/prejudicial interest in relation to the following items on the Agenda, as she represents the Parish Council on the Community Hall’s Management Committee:

 

Item No. 9                 -           Ingleby Barwick Community Hall - Extension;

Item No. 10               -           Ingleby Barwick Community Hall – Partition Wall.

 

Councillor Mrs I. Machin stated that she has been granted a dispensation to speak and vote on the above items.

 

Councillor Mrs S. Rouse declared a personal/non-prejudicial interest in the following item on the Agenda as she is a Member of Ingleby Barwick Parish Council:

 

Agenda Item No. 8              -           Ingleby Barwick Parish Council Office

Accommodation - Draft Lease Agreement.

 

 

 

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Councillor Mrs S. Rouse declared a personal/prejudicial interest in relation to the following items on the Agenda, as she is a member of the Over 50’s Group and Secretary:

 

Item No. 9                 -           Ingleby Barwick Community Hall - Extension;

Item No. 10               -           Ingleby Barwick Community Hall – Partition Wall.

 

Councillor Mrs S. Rouse stated that she has been granted a dispensation to speak and vote on the above items.

 

No further interests were declared.

 

41. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

 

Ingleby Gymnastics Club

Marcel Madden, representing Ingleby Gymnastics Club, introduced himself and briefly outlined the aims of the club, which is a not for profit organisation ran totally by volunteers to provide a gymnastics facility for the children of Ingleby Barwick.

 

The club is currently run at All Saints Secondary School and they cater for over 100 children and lots of adults too.  They also have a long waiting list in the region of 40-50.  They are hoping to expand the facility and offer gymnastics parties, pre-school and adult classes too; however they are facing a number of issues regarding storage and availability at their current location.

 

As a result of these issues they may be forced to travel off the estate to be able to continue the gymnastics club, which would be a disaster as Ingleby Barwick is crying out for sports facilities.

 

Ideally they would require a hall so that they could purchase a full 12m x 12m sprung floor and a tumble track to provide a dedicated gymnastics facility for the community.

 

The club, which has competed in the North of England Championships, is totally self funded.  Their membership consists of approximately 95-96% girls and the remainder boys.  It was noted that there are limited facilities for girls in Ingleby Barwick and the club helps to meet the demand.

 

The Chairman, Councillor Mrs Machin informed that the Parish Council would support the club in anyway possible and noted that the availability of space for groups to meet in Ingleby Barwick is very limited.  The Community Hall is well used and plans for an extension are currently being progressed.   

 

 

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It was noted that Nunthorpe Nurseries have outline planning permission for a ‘Community Hall’ at the site on Blair Avenue opposite All Saints Secondary School, which could be an option to be progressed.

 

Mr Madden informed that they have been forced to look at possible options outside of Ingleby Barwick, one being a unit on Preston Farm Business Park near Macro which is available.

 

He is currently in the process of doing a ‘business plan’ and looking to become a registered charity.

 

Obtaining backing from the British Gymnastics Association was raised however it was noted that they have withdrawn a substantial amount of their funding.

 

The availability of grants was discussed.

 

It was noted that representatives from the Parish Council and the Community Hall Management Committee are looking to meet with the Funding and Strategy Officer at Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council (S.B.C.) in the near future.  It was suggested that a representative from the gymnastics club could attend the meeting if available.

 

The Chairman thanked Mr Madden for his attendance.

 

42. MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF INGLEBY BARWICK PARISH COUNCIL HELD ON WEDNESDAY 21ST JUNE 2006 AND MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING HELD ON WEDNESDAY 5TH JULY 2006.  AFTER CONSIDERATION, TO APPROVE THE SIGNATURE OF THE MINUTES BY THE PERSON PRESIDING AS A CORRECT RECORD.

The Minutes of the Meeting of Ingleby Barwick Parish Council held on Wednesday 21st June 2006 and the Minutes of the Special Meeting held on 5th July 2006, having been circulated to Members, were confirmed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman at the meeting, accordingly.

 

43. MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES.

 

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

 

The Clerk informed that the owner of the Teal Arms has had the shrubs cut back at the entrance/exit to the car park at Greenside shopping area, to help with visibility.

 

 

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RESOLVED that the Clerk send a letter to Brown’s Estate Agents asking them to replace the damaged bins at the Greenside shopping area with something more substantial, also requesting that the broken bollard in the paved area adjacent to the One Stop shop be replaced.

 

The Clerk informed that she has sent a letter to the brewery that are responsible for the maintenance at Beckfields Shopping Centre, requesting that the shrubs adjacent to Thorington Gardens be cut back, as well as the tree obstructing the view of the CCTV camera.  No response has been received to date.

 

It was noted that the required maintenance work to the shrub area at the rear of the Beckfields Medical Centre has not yet been carried out.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk report the matter to S.B.C. for appropriate action, as the shrubs are now obstructing the public footpath.

 

(b) Item 212 2005/2006 Cleveland Police, Neighbourhood Policing Consultation Meetings.

The Clerk confirmed that the next meeting is to take place on Friday 21st July 2006 at 6 p.m. in the conference room at Stockton Police Station.

 

Councillors W. Feldon, Mrs I. Machin and Mrs S. Rouse will be representing the Parish Council at the meeting.

 

(c) Item 23 2006/2007 Ingleby Barwick Community Hall – Replacement Door.

The Clerk informed that she has placed the order with Screwfix Direct for the replacement door at the Community Hall, as agreed at the Parish Council meeting on 21st June 2006.

 

The door is scheduled for delivery week commencing 31st July 2006.

 

RESOLVED that the Parish Council is in agreement to pay the costs of fitting the door.

The Clerk to liaise with the Community Hall Management Committee on obtaining a quotation from Mr P. Raffle to carry out the work.  The Clerk to be delegated the responsibility of accepting the quotation if favourable, after liaising with the Chairman, in order that the work be carried out as soon as possible.   

 

(d) Item 30 2006/2007 Parish Council Seat Adjacent to Stonechat Close, Ingleby Barwick.

It was reported that the Chairman and Clerk had met with the resident of Stonechat Close to discuss re-location of the seat.  The Community Wardens were also in attendance at the meeting.

 

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The Clerk informed that she has instructed S.B.C. to remove the bench and store it in their depot until a new location is agreed.

 

44. STOCKTON-ON-TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL, EASTERN AREA TRANSPORT STRATEGY – BLAIR AVENUE, INGLEBY BARWICK – REQUEST FOR PINCH POINT.

 

The Clerk reported receipt of a letter noting that further to the Eastern Area Transport Strategy meeting on 15th May 2006 at which one of the priorities confirmed by stakeholders was provision of a build-out on Blair Avenue on the approach to Myton School base. 

 

Site observations have identified a location considered appropriate for provision of a build out to the west of Marchlyn Crescent (north) junction.  The horizontal and vertical alignment of this length of Blair Avenue, presence of side road junctions, bus stops and properties fronting onto Blair Avenue were all taken into account when selecting the proposed site. 

 

The build-out would be located at an existing pedestrian crossing point, so would assist pedestrians.   

 

There is little guidance from the Department for Transport on recommended maximum traffic flows to be used with such features.  Traffic flows on Blair Avenue are tidal with 563 vehicles travelling eastbound in the morning peak and 257 westbound, with 829 vehicles travelling westbound in the evening peak hour and 287 eastbound.  These figures were taken at the Myton Way roundabout in March 2005.

Guidance in Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual, for temporary roadworks, states a maximum traffic flow of 840 vehicles (two way) can be used for priority working over a maximum coned length of 80 metres.  This indicates that the proposed arrangement may be satisfactory, although traffic flows are higher and the obstructed length shorter.

Given the uncertainty regarding the suitability of the possible measure, S.B.C. proposes to try the scheme experimentally with the use of traffic cones and free- standing road signs.  This would be monitored over a 3 day period early in September, with a view to observing queues, delays, conflicts, traffic migration and environmental intrusion to properties in the vicinity. 

The Parish Council’s views/comments are requested.

 

RESOLVED that the Parish Council is in agreement that S.B.C. try the scheme experimentally as outlined in the letter.

 

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RESOLVED that the matter of the proposed crossing on Ingleby Way be progressed at the next Eastern Area Transport Strategy ‘Stakeholder Meeting’, to ascertain when the work is to be carried out.

                                                           

45. INGLEBY BARWICK GARDEN COMPETITION 2006.

The Clerk informed that the closing date for entries is Friday 21st July 2006.

 

It was noted that the following entries have been received to date:

 

Front Garden Category        -           4

Back Garden Category        -           7

Tubs/Hanging Baskets         -           3

 

Judging is to take place 29th/30th July 2006.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk contact Richard Arkley at Peter Barratt’s Garden Centre to finalise the arrangements for judging, which in view of the number of entries can be completed in one day, preferably Saturday 29th July 2006.  The Clerk to advise entrants of the details accordingly.

 

RESOLVED that Councillors T.W. Bowman and Mrs S. Rouse accompany Mr Arkley when he judges the competition.

 

46. INGLEBY BARWICK PARISH COUNCIL OFFICE ACCOMMODATION – DRAFT LEASE AGREEMENT.

 

The Clerk reported that she has received no further correspondence to date in respect of the lease agreement.

 

47. INGLEBY BARWICK COMMUNITY HALL - EXTENSION.

 

The Clerk informed that she has contacted S.B.C. for financial support or assistance in looking at avenues where money can be sought i.e. lottery funds etc.

 

A response has been received from Derek Lincoln, the Funding and Strategy Officer at S.B.C. informing that the External Team work to maximise the funding from organisations outside the Council so he has asked the Officer who manages Stockton Council’s Community Buildings to respond to the Parish Council on the availability of funding through internal budgets.

 

For external funding however he can help in recommending external organisations who may be interested in supporting the proposal.

 

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It is noted that the Big Lottery Fund have just launched a new programme for community buildings.  Also, the Northern Rock Foundation specifically support community groups in the North East.  Either of these two organisations would be capable of meeting the gap in the funding required, though Northern Rock do have a focus on the most deprived areas.

 

Mr Lincoln would be happy to meet with the Parish Council to discuss any other options, such as trust and foundations that would be able to fund lesser amounts to create a package for the project, to talk through what the Parish Council want to do in more detail or to discuss the approach to completing any applications.

 

48. INGLEBY BARWICK COMMUNITY HALL – PARTITION WALL.

 

The Clerk reported receipt of the following quotations:

 

Building Additions     -           £ 5,580.00     plus     £200 infill        (melamine finish)

 

Hall Partitions            -           £ 5,940.00     including infill             (melamine finish)

                                    -           £ 6,590.00                                         (high Pressure laminate)

 

Brockhouse               -           £ 5,940.00     plus £275 infill            (melamine finish)

Modernfold Ltd.

 

All prices are excluding VAT.

 

All three companies have stated that the work could be completed in one day and they would make their best efforts to carry out the work during the summer holiday period.

 

RESOLVED that the Parish Council is in agreement to fund the Partition Wall using the £6,000 held in the Parish Council’s account which was allocated to the Community Hall in the financial year 2004/2005.

 

RESOLVED that the Parish Council accept the quotation from Building Additions and the Clerk to place the order accordingly.

 

49. INGLEBY GYMNASTICS CLUB – GYMNASTICS FACILITY FOR INGLEBY BARWICK.

 

The Clerk reported receipt of a letter from Ingleby Gymnastics Club regarding leisure and sports facilities on Ingleby Barwick. 

 

The letter was noted, however no discussion took place as the matter was dealt with earlier in the meeting.

 

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50. FINANCE:

 

(a)  Parish Council Current Balance Sheet

The Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer circulated copies of the Parish Council's current financial statement, showing a balance of £ 97,928.93, a copy of which is held on the Parish Council file.

 

(b) Accounts due for Payment

 

Paula M. Hall – Remuneration July 2006;

            Paula M. Hall - Tax and N.I. Contribution July 2006;

 

Paula M. Hall – Remuneration August 2006;

            Paula M. Hall - Tax and N.I. Contribution August 2006;

 

St. Francis Church Centre – Use of Hall PC Mtgs

June 2006                                                                                                      £        32.50             

 

Robinson’s – Rent for Office, July 2006                                                     £      220.00

 

Robinson’s – Rent for Office, August 2006                                                £      220.00

 

Local Council Review Magazine - Half year costs for 7 copies   £        43.75

 

Expenses to be reimbursed to Councillor Feldon

Refreshments Annual Parish Meeting                                                        £          8.40

 

(c)  Ingleby Barwick Community Hall Accounts

The Clerk noted receipt of the Treasurers report dated 30th June 2006, showing a balance of £ 14,094.48.

 

(d) Section 137 Payments - St. Francis of Assisi Church – Contribution towards the Bishop’s chair/kneeler.

 

The Clerk reported that the Parish Council has now received the receipts of the purchases made by Mrs C. Feldon to make the Bishop’s chair/kneeler at St. Francis of Assisi Church.  The receipts total the sum of £103.97.

 

The Clerk noted that the Parish Council discussed the matter at their meeting in June 2004, when approval was given for use of the Coat of Arms as well as agreement of a financial contribution towards the cost of the materials to carry out the work.

 

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RESOLVED that the Parish Council agrees to pay the full cost of the materials purchased to the sum of £103.97, as per the receipts provided.

 

51. COMMUNITY FACILITIES.

 

Street Furniture – Dog Bins.

The Clerk reported that she is still awaiting notification from S.B.C. in respect of delivery/installation of the three dog bins being funded by the Parish Council.

 

52. PLANNING APPLICATIONS.

 

Planning Schedule

The Clerk referred to the Planning Applications Schedule attached to the Agenda for this meeting, which states the comments made by Ingleby Barwick Parish Council 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.

 

(a) Planning Application No. 06/1369/FUL

     Proposal: Alteration and Extensions to Provide Staff Room and Bay Windows

     to Bedrooms

     Location: Ingleby Residential Care Home, Lamb Lane, Ingleby Barwick.

 

The Parish Council considered all the information and plans provided in respect of Planning Application No. 06/1369/FUL.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk informs S.B.C. that the Parish Council has no comments to make on the proposal.

 

(b) Planning Application No. 06/1989/FUL

      Proposal: Erection of Club House with Changing Rooms and Associated Car

      Parking for Existing Golf Course

      Location: Ingleby Barwick Golf Academy, Lullingstone Crescent, Ingleby

      Barwick.

 

The Parish Council considered all of the information and plans provided in respect of Planning Application No. 06/1989/FUL.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk submits the following comments to S.B.C.:

 

The proposed club house should be constructed using material more in-keeping with the surrounding houses i.e. bricks.

 

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The public access roads to the club house are narrow residential roads and therefore may need a 20 mph restriction placed on them.

The cars will pass private dwellings and as a result noise will be a problem.

A time limit must be agreed for closing the bar at night which is suitable for residents living in the vicinity.

 

(c) Planning Application No. 06/2100/REM

      Proposal: Reserved Matters Application for Residential Development

      Comprising 35 No. Dwellinghouses

      Location: Portus Bar, Ingleby Barwick.

 

The Parish Council considered all of the information and plans provided in respect of Planning Application No. 06/2100/REM.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk submits the following comments to S.B.C.:

 

Approval should not be given for anymore houses until the Traffic Model is available, so we can ascertain the impact developments will have on the road network.

More variation of development is required i.e. there is a lack of bungalows in Ingleby Barwick.

The proposed plots are too small for executive houses of this size.

What is the density of the site and does it meet guidance requirements?

There is a lack of public open space within the development.

The Parish Council has concerns in respect of the shared pathway to the rear of plots 399, 400 and 401 as it has the potential to cause problems.

It is noted that the feature landscaping is to be agreed with the Local Authority, will the Parish Council be consulted?

 

(d) Planning Application No. 06/2131/REM

      Proposal: Substitution of House Types for Plots 28-89 and 108/109

      Location: Plots 28-37, 38-63, 64-89, 108 and 109, Broomwood Village 5,

      Ingleby Barwick.

 

The Parish Council considered all of the information and plans provided in respect of Planning Application No. 06/2131/REM.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk informs S.B.C. that the Parish Council has no comments to make on the proposal.

 

 

 

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(e) Planning Application No. 06/2147/FUL

      Proposal: Erection of 2 No. Dwellinghouses

      Location: Plot 61 and 62, Riverside View, Ingleby Barwick. 

 

The Parish Council considered all of the information and plans provided in respect of Planning Application No. 06/2147/FUL.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk informs S.B.C. that the Parish Council has no comments to make on the proposal.

 

(f) Planning Application No. 06/2153/REV

     Proposal: Conversion of Existing Bungalow to Two Storey House (Revised

     Application

     Location: Close Paddock, Bettys Farm, Barwick Lane.

 

The Parish Council considered all of the information and plans provided in respect of Planning Application No. 06/2153/REV.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk submits the following comments to S.B.C.:

 

As this is a very large extension the views of the residents of Crosswell Park, particularly no’s 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 must be taken into full consideration.  The proposed development would be out of character with the other dwellings in the area.  If the proposal was allowed to go ahead it must be ensured that the large house would not be used for commercial purposes.

 

53.  REPORT FROM INGLEBY BARWICK COMMUNITY HALL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE.

   

It was noted that the Hall continues to be well used.

 

The Committee is pleased with the progression of the partition wall and the replacement door at the Community Hall and thanks the Parish Council for their support with both matters.

 

54.  COMMUNITY COMMUNICATION.

 

RESOLVED that the next article for publication in the Gossip and the Insider magazines include the following:

 

-                      Results of the garden competition 2006;

-                      List of activities organised within Ingleby Barwick, which has been provided by S.B.C.

 

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55.  CLERK’S REPORT AND CORRESPONDENCE.

 

(a) Ingleby Gymnastics Club, Gymnastics Facility for Ingleby Barwick – Receipt of letter regarding leisure and sports facilities on Ingleby Barwick. 

 

(b) Cleveland Local Councils Association, Invoice for Local Council Review – Receipt of Invoice for 7 copies of the Local Council Review totaling £43.75.

 

(c) 1st Ingleby Barwick Scout Group, Thank You Letter – Receipt of letter from the two scouts who are attending the World Scout Jamboree in July 2007, thanking the Parish Council for their kind donation and support.  The Scouts would be happy to come along to a Parish Council meeting after the event to share their experiences.

 

(d) HM Revenue & Customs, SMP/SSP – Receipt of letter notifying that the Business Support Team offer free workshops in this area covering Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) and Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP).  Relevant dates/times/venues were attached.  

 

(e) Stockton Renaissance, Area Partnership Presentation Meeting 27/06/06 – Receipt of Agenda for the meeting on Tuesday 27th June 2006 @ 5.30 p.m. at The Five Lamps, Thornaby and minutes of the meeting on 30th May 2006.

 

(f) Stockton Renaissance, Area Partnership Presentation Meeting 27/06/06Receipt of a paper on Area Board Priorities and a flyer about the NRF Vehicle.

 

(g) Clerks & Councils ‘Direct’ – Receipt of the Clerks & Councils ‘Direct’, Issue 46 July 2006.

 

(h) Thornaby and Ingleby Barwick F.C., Purchase of Grass Cutter – Receipt of letter confirming that an order has been issued for the purchase of a new grass cutter.  They gratefully request the release of the Parish Council’s £4,000 financial contribution.

 

It is noted that the club has entered a record number (12) teams for the 06/07 season.  Under 8’s and Under 9’s will be represented at both ‘A’ and ‘B’ level.  The number of children training at the club’s academy on a Saturday morning continues to increase and 8 schools from both Thornaby & Ingleby Barwick have entered the clubs new school tournament to be held this year on 10th, 11th and 12th July (Semi-Final/Final Gala Day is on the afternoon of 15th July).

The Parish Council is thanked for its effort in assisting the club to develop to its present level.

 

 

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(i) County Durham and Cleveland County Training Partnership, National Training Strategy – Receipt of a Training Reference folder containing details of the training offered.

 

(j) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Rights of Way Improvement Plans Consultation – Receipt of letter informing that all responses to the consultation have now been considered and a draft action plan has been prepared, a copy of which was enclosed.

The draft action plan was submitted to the Department for Transport in March 2006 as one of the documents supporting the second Stockton-on-Tees Local Transport plan (LP2), which will be a potential source of funding for Improvements to the Rights of Way network over the next five years.  A copy of the full Rights of Way Improvement Plan position statement can be viewed on S.B.C.  website by visiting www.stockton.gov.uk click on public rights of way and click on the attached link.

The draft action plan will now form the basis of the full Rights of Way Improvement Plan which will be published later this year.  The Parish Council will be consulted again prior to its publication.

                                                                                                                         

(k) SLCC County Durham and Cleveland Branch AGM – Receipt of notification of the 3rd Annual General Meeting of the County Durham and Cleveland Branch on Friday 7th July 2006 at 10.30 a.m. at Shotton Hall, Peterlee.

 

(l) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Eastern Area Transport Strategy – Blair Avenue, Ingleby Barwick – Request for Pinch Point – Receipt of letter.          

                                                                                                                       

(m) Ingleby Barwick Community Hall, Treasurers Report – Receipt of the treasurer’s report dated 30th June 2006.

 

(n) 1st Ingleby Barwick St. Francis Scout Group, Receipts – Receipt of letter enclosing copies of the cheques paid to Cleveland Scout Council as part payment for the two scout members whom the Parish Council kindly sponsored to attend the World Jamboree in 2007.

 

(o) Tees Valley Rural Community Council, Tees Valley Calor Village of the Year Competition 2006 – Receipt of information.

 

(p) SLCC 32nd Conference ‘Facing the Future’ – Receipt of details for the 32nd National Conference, 2 pm Friday 20th October 2006 until 2 pm on Sunday 22nd October 2006, Holiday Inn, Plymouth, Devon.

 

(q) SLCC ‘The Clerk’ Magazine – Receipt of ‘The Clerk’ Magazine, Vol 36. No.4, July 2006.

 

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 (r) NALC ‘Local Council Review’ – Receipt of the ‘Local Council Review’, Volume 58, No.2, July 2006.

 

(s) Steering the Green Agenda, ‘East’ Journal – Receipt of the East Journal July/August 2006 Volume 4 number 5.

 

 

 

DATE OF NEXT MEETING OF INGLEBY BARWICK PARISH COUNCIL.

The next meeting of the Parish Council is scheduled to take place on Wednesday 20th September 2006 at St. Francis of Assisi Church Centre, Barwick Way, Ingleby Barwick, commencing at 7.15 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

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MINUTES

 

OF THE

 

MEETING

 

OF

 

INGLEBY BARWICK PARISH COUNCIL

 

HELD ON

 

WEDNESDAY 19TH JULY 2006

 

AT

 

ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI CHURCH CENTRE

BARWICK WAY

INGLEBY BARWICK

 

 

 

PREPARED BY

PAULA M. HALL

CLERK TO THE PARISH COUNCIL