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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 20TH OCTOBER 2004, COMMENCING AT 7.15 P.M.

 

PRESENT:

 

Chairman: Councillor T.W. Bowman;

 

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

 

Ward Councillor: Mrs J. Beaumont;

 

Clerk and Treasurer: Paula M. Hall;

 

Peter Jordan, Regional Projects Director, Persimmon Homes;

 

10 Residents of Ingleby Barwick.

 

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE.

Apologies for absence were received from or on behalf of Councillors W. Feldon and Mrs I. Machin.

 

86. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

 

Proposed Primary School, at Playing Fields Adjacent to Barwick lane/Low Lane, Ingleby Barwick.

Concerns were that work on site looks to be progressing with the footings already being marked out for the proposed school.

 

It was noted that the reserved matters application for the school is to be considered by Stockton Planning Committee at its meeting on 27th October 2004.

 

87. CODE OF CONDUCT – DECLARATION OF INTERESTS.

 

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. 4                             -  Development of Ingleby Barwick/Community Hall

   Extension Proposals

 

Item No. 17(c)                -  Ingleby Barwick Community Hall Accounts

 

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

 

Councillor T.W. Bowman declared a personal/non-prejudicial interest in relation to the following item on the Agenda, as he is a Governor at Whinstone Primary School, Ingleby Barwick:

 

Item No. 19 (a) - Planning Application No. 04/2607/REM, Reserved Matters Application for the Erection of a 630 Place Primary School and 39 Place Nursery Together with New Means of Access, Car Parking and Associated Landscaping.

Playing Fields at Barwick Lane/Low Lane, Ingleby Barwick.

 

Councillor Ms J. Morrison declared a personal/prejudicial interest in relation to the following items on the Agenda, as she is the daughter of Councillor N. Morrison:

 

Item No. 4                             -  Development of Ingleby Barwick/Community Hall

   Extension Proposals

 

Item No. 17(c)                -  Ingleby Barwick Community Hall Accounts

 

Councillor Ms J. Morrison stated that he has been granted a dispensation to speak and vote on the above items.

 

Councillor N. Morrison 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. 4                             -  Development of Ingleby Barwick/Community Hall

   Extension Proposals

 

Item No. 17(c)                -  Ingleby Barwick Community Hall Accounts

 

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

 

Councillor Mrs S. Rouse declared a personal/prejudicial interest in relation to the following items on the Agenda, as she represents Ingleby Barwick Over 50’s Group on the Community Hall’s Management Committee and is Secretary:

 

Item No. 4                             -  Development of Ingleby Barwick/Community Hall

   Extension Proposals

 

Item No. 17(c)                -  Ingleby Barwick Community Hall Accounts

 

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

 

Councillor Mrs Rouse declared a personal/non-prejudicial interest in relation to the following item on the Agenda, as she is a School Governor at Ingleby Mill Primary School and St. Francis of Assisi Primary School, Ingleby Barwick:

 

Item No. 19 (a)  - Planning Application No. 04/2607/REM, Reserved Matters Application for the Erection of a 630 Place Primary School and 39 Place Nursery Together with New Means of Access, Car Parking and Associated Landscaping.

Playing Fields at Barwick Lane/Low Lane, Ingleby Barwick.

 

Councillor R. Patterson declared a personal/non-prejudicial interest in relation to the following item on the Agenda, as he is a self-builder and looking to buy land in Ingleby Barwick:

 

Item No. 4                             -  Development of Ingleby Barwick/Community Hall

   Extension Proposals

 

Councillor R. Patterson declared a personal/non-prejudicial interest in relation to the following item on the Agenda, as he is a member of the Green Wedge Group:

 

Item No. 19 (a)  - Planning Application No. 04/2607/REM, Reserved Matters Application for the Erection of a 630 Place Primary School and 39 Place Nursery Together with New Means of Access, Car Parking and Associated Landscaping.

Playing Fields at Barwick Lane/Low Lane, Ingleby Barwick.

 

88. DEVELOPMENT OF INGLEBY BARWICK/COMMUNITY HALL EXTENSION PROPOSALS.

  

The Chairman introduced Mr Peter Jordan, Regional Projects Director, Persimmon Homes.

 

Mr Jordan thanked the Parish Council for the opportunity to look around Ingleby Barwick Community Hall prior to the meeting and noted that he was in receipt of the information provided, in respect of the proposed extension of the Community Hall.  The proposal would be considered by Persimmon, however it was noted that if any contribution is made it would need to be tied into a legal agreement.

 

 

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Mr Jordan detailed Persimmon’s proposals for Villages 5 and 6, Ingleby Barwick, including planning applications approved to date.

It was noted that to meet market outlets, a variety of housing types was necessary.  Developers are encouraged to provide starter homes, higher density sites near the centre of a development, mid-market housing mid development and higher market housing at the periphery.

It was noted that there is increasing demand for starter homes and sheltered housing, which needs to be catered for in Ingleby Barwick.  The provision of bungalows is not economic in the North East.

 

Mr Jordan displayed and outlined the proposed plans for the development adjacent to Safeway/Major Centre, Ingleby Barwick.  The development includes provision for mixed housing, including starter homes, sheltered housing, etc.

It was noted that Persimmon’s are working with the officers at S.B.C. with regard to the requirements for the public amenity spaces and the enclosed play area spaces.

 

A general discussion took place on housing market demands, including the diversity of individual personal requirements e.g. apartments, self build plots, house sizes, three/four storey accommodation, gardens, car parking etc.

It was noted that the self-build plots in Ingleby Barwick would be fully serviced and governed by legally specified guidelines.

 

The residents attending the meeting raised concerns with regard to the lack of play facilities etc for the children and requested that this be taken into account if any funding was made available by Persimmon.

 

Mr Jordan informed that Persimmon is appealing against Stockton Borough Council’s (S.B.C.) decision to refuse Planning Application no. 04/0623/REM, Reserved Matters Application for 24 no. Four Storey Flats, 30 no. Three Storey Flats and 64 no. Dwellings, Associated Roads, Parking and Landscaping, Site At Broom Park (Southern Part), Ingleby Barwick, (Village 5), Stockton-on-Tees.

 

It was noted that the Parish Council had objected to the application and had made representations at the Planning Committee meeting.

 

Mr Jordan informed that he would attend a Parish Council meeting in the near future, to discuss the planning application with more detailed plans, to obtain the Parish Council’s comments.

 

The Chairman thanked Mr Jordan for his attendance.

 

 

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89. INGLEBY BARWICK COMMUNITY WARDENS.

It was noted that the Warden Service has now been in progress for six months.

 

The Clerk informed that she has arranged for half a page article in the next edition of the Ingleby Insider, due out on 22nd November 2004, to obtain feedback from the residents of Ingleby Barwick on the Warden Service.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk liaise with the Chairman of the Parish Council on the content of the article.

 

RESOLVED that a meeting be arranged with representatives from the Parish Council, the Warden Service and Police, in the near future to review the scheme.

 

90.  MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF INGLEBY BARWICK PARISH COUNCIL HELD ON 15TH SEPTEMBER 2004 AND MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETINGS ON 29TH SEPTEMBER 2004 AND 13TH OCTOBER 2004.  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 15th September 2004 and Minutes of the Special Meetings held on 29th September 2004 and 13th October 2004, having been circulated to Members, were confirmed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman at the meeting, accordingly.

 

91. MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES OF THE MEETINGS ON 15TH SEPTEMBER 2004, 29th September 2004 and 13th October 2004.

 

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

No further information.

 

(b) Item 63(w) 2003/2004 Ingleby Barwick Post Office/Additional Post Boxes.

Information on the possibility of additional post boxes being provided in Ingleby Barwick is awaited from the Royal Mail Collections Manager.

 

(c) Item 203 2003/2004 Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Review of Parish Boundaries.

The Clerk noted receipt of a letter from S.B.C. informing that the proposed changes to Parish Boundaries will be presented to S.B.C. at their meeting on 13th October 2004. 

Following discussion at Council, the proposals will be forwarded to the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for consideration.  Thereafter, the necessary Electoral Change Order will be laid.  This will stipulate the date upon which the new boundaries will be in place.

 

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(d) Item 7 2004/2005 CCTV Camera, Beckfields Shopping Centre, Ingleby Barwick.

It was noted that Visual Security Systems is awaiting approval from S.B.C. for mounting the camera on a lamp column adjacent to the shopping centre car park.  S.B.C. is considering the wind factor aspect.

 

(e) Item 12 2004/2005 Traffic Issues, Ingleby Barwick.

No further information.

 

(f) Item 28 2004/2005 Parish Council Liaison Forum, Thursday 17th June 2004 – Signs at entrance to Ingleby Barwick on Ingleby Way and Barwick Way.

The Clerk noted that the wording ‘Persimmon’ has been removed from the sign on Ingleby Way.

                                                                                   

(g) Item 48 2004/2005 Comenius Project – Whinstone Primary School, Ingleby Barwick.

It was noted that the 19 visitors had enjoyed their stay and the visit had been very successful.

 

(h) Item 63 2004/2005 Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council – Highway Matters.

The Clerk informed that she had replied to S.B.C. informing that the Parish Council would be very interested in carrying out regular walkabouts, on mutually convenient dates.

Brian Buckley from S.B.C. is to attend the Parish Council meeting on 17th November 2004, to discuss the matter in more detail.

 

(i) Item 65 2004/2005 Parish Council Liaison Forum held on Thursday 7th October 2004 at Council Chamber, Town Hall, High Street, Stockton-on-Tees.

The meeting had been attended by Councillor T.W. Bowman, who informed that S.B.C. would be tidying up the leisure/recreation land at the rear of All Saints Secondary School, Ingleby Barwick, so that the area is usable.

 

(j) Item 68 2004/2005 Heritage Lottery Fund, Countryside, Parks and Gardens.

The Clerk noted that she has contacted S.B.C. and suggested that consideration be given to walkways along the Leven Valley including the Bettys Close Farm area, funding for management and a wildlife warden.

 

92. STOCKTON RENAISSANCE PARTNERSHIP – EASTERN AREA BOARD.

The Clerk noted that she had circulated the information from the meeting on 28th September 2004, on composition of the Eastern Area Board.

It was noted that the Parish/Town Councils are to be allocated three seats on the Board.  Ingleby Barwick Community Network is to be allocated two seats.

 

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The next meeting is to be held on Tuesday 26th October 2004 at The Youthy, Thornaby, commencing at 9.30 am.

 

93.STOCKTON-ON-TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL, RIGHTS OF WAY IMPROVEMENT PLAN CONSULTATION.

The Clerk reported receipt of a letter from S.B.C. noting that the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 introduced a new statutory duty on all Highway Authorities to prepare a Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP).

In drawing up the plan S.B.C. are required to assess:

 

-                     The extent to which local Rights of Way meet the present and likely future needs of the public.

 

-                     The opportunities provided by local Rights of Way for exercise and other forms of open-air recreation and enjoyment of the Authority’s area.

 

-                     The accessibility of local Rights of Way to blind or partially sighted persons and other with mobility problems.

 

An important part of the process in drafting the plan is to engage with a wide range of consultees regarding its contents.  The feedback provided would help formulate a Statement of Action Plan with the ROWIP, which will accurately reflect needs and expectations.  A comments and recommendations slip is attached for the Parish Council’s consideration.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk circulate the information to Parish Council members for their comments.

 

94. STOCKTON-ON-TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL, DEDICATION OF PUBLIC FOOTPATH, INGLEBY HILL FARM, INGLEBY BARWICK.                                       

The Clerk reported receipt of a letter and drawing from S.B.C. showing the route of a current permissive path at Ingleby Hill Farm, Ingleby Barwick.

Following discussions between the existing landowner, purchaser of the land and the Council, it has been agreed that the footpath will be formally dedicated as a Public Footpath and subsequently shown on the Councils Definitive Map.

The proposed route consists of a 1.3 km riverside walk along the River Leven.  The path will be 2m wide through a 5 to 10 m wide corridor, between the river and the adjacent agricultural field.  Within the corridor there will be two ‘recreational areas’.

As well as being an interesting and valuable riverside walk, it is noted that the eastern end of the footpath links into Bridleway No 15, Ingleby Barwick (Challacombe Crescent) and footpath No 5 via Crosswell Park.

 

 

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95. PARISH COUNCIL NOTICEBOARDS.

The Clerk informed that the noticeboard at Safeway is damaged beyond repair.

A quotation has been obtained from Farrell Fabrications, as follows:

 

Remove existing damaged Noticeboard.

            Supply and Install new heavy duty noticeboard with security mortice locks to the

same design as existing.  As the present design is beyond repair.

The price to carry out this work is £596.00 + VAT.

 

It was noted that the store is to close in the near future for refurbishment by Tesco.

 

RESOLVED that no further action be taken at present.

 

The Clerk informed that the noticeboards at the Community Hall site had also been vandalised.  The board adjacent to Beckfields Avenue has had to have the door removed to make safe, however the door is still in good repair and has been stored for safekeeping.

The board adjacent to Haresfield Way is still in use, however after approaching the supplier, alternative locks are to be provided.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk arrange for the locks to be replaced and the situation to be monitored.

 

RESOLVED that the invoice for the sum of £55.00 to make safe the noticeboards, be paid accordingly.

 

96. COUNTY DURHAM AND CLEVELAND COUNTY TRAINING PARTNERSHIP EVENTS.

The Parish Council has been notified of the following training events:

 

-                     ‘The Local Council’s Role in Planning Matters’, half-day event to be held at Guisborough Town Hall on Tuesday 16th November 2004, from 5.00pm – 8.00pm;

£27.00 + VAT per delegate, closing date 4th November 2004.

 

-                     ‘Data Protection – What You Need to Know, Workshop for Council Clerks’,

to be held at County Hall, Durham on Wednesday 17th November 2004 from 5.45 pm to 9.30 pm.

 

 

 

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97. STOCKTON-ON-TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL, ‘SUPPLEMENTARY PLANNING GUIDANCE: FLATTED DEVELOPMENT’ – CONSULTATION DRAFT SEPTEMBER 2004.

The Clerk informed that the document has been circulated to Parish Council members for comments.

Comments are requested by Friday 5th November 2004.

 

98. STOCKTON-ON-TEES BOROUGH COUNCIL, PLANNING PRESENTATION, AT 7PM ON 25TH OCTOBER 2004 AT THE WATERSPORTS CENTRE, CASTLEGATE QUAY, STOCKTON – RECEIPT OF INVITATION.

The presentation is to be attended by Councillors W. Feldon and Mrs S. Rouse.

 

99. STOCKTON ENVIRONMENT PARTNERSHIP, BEST PRACTICE SEMINAR, AT STOCKTON TABERNACLE ON 12TH NOVEMBER 2004 – RECEIPT OF INVITATION.

The seminar is to be attended by Councillor T.W. Bowman.

 

100. LITTLE MALTBY FARM.

The availability of land in and around Ingleby Barwick for the provision of community use facilities was discussed.

 

It was noted that S.B.C. approved the renewal of consent application for the provision of a golf driving range, new access and access road, erection of service building and 30 driving bays at Little Maltby Farm in September 2003. 

 

RESOLVED that the Parish Council approach the owners of Little Maltby Farm to ascertain the intended future use of the land.

 

101. FINANCE:

 

(b) Parish Council Current Balance Sheet.

The Clerk/Treasurer circulated copies of the Parish Council's current financial statement, showing a balance of £ 68,211.02, a copy of which is held on the Parish Council file.

 

(c) Accounts for Payment.

 

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

 

Paula M. Hall – Remuneration October 2004;

            Paula M. Hall - Tax and N.I. Contribution October 2004;

 

 

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

 

            Internet Charges (October 2004)                                                  £        14.99

 

BT Telephone Bill, Dated 19/10/04                                                         £        76.24

                                               

Use of Church Centre for P.C. Meetings

September 2004                                                                                       £        78.00        

 

Ardent Financial Services – Parish Council office costs  

for September 2004                                                                                       £       211.00

(excludes running costs i.e. gas/electric)

 

Ardent Financial Services – Parish Council office costs

for October 2004                                                                                       £       211.00

(excludes running costs i.e. gas/electric)

 

Community Warden Service 2/07/2004 to 30/09/2004                            £  11,227.13 

 

Allianz Cornhill – Additional Insurance Premium                                £         64.77

 

Whinstone Primary School, Comenius Project                                                £       250.00

 

(c) Ingleby Barwick Community Hall Accounts.

The Clerk circulated the Treasurers report dated 23rd September 2004.

 

102. COMMUNITY FACILITIES.

 

(a) Tree Planting.

The Clerk requested suggestions for possible sites for tree planting.

 

RESOLVED that the matter be discussed at the Parish Council meeting on 17th November 2004.

 

(b) Bulb Planting.

The Clerk noted that she has liaised with the six schools in Ingleby Barwick, with regard to participating in the bulb-planting project.  The children are to plant on Tuesday 9th November 2004, Wednesday 10th November 2004 and Thursday 11th November 2004, 9.30 am - 11.30 am.

 

Ingleby Barwick Scout Group and Ingleby Barwick Guides are to plant bulbs on Saturday 13th November 2004, 9.30 – 12 noon.

 

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After liaising with S.B.C. it was agreed to continue planting the bulbs along Ingleby Way and Barwick Way.

 

103.  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. 04/2607/REM

PROPOSAL: Reserved Matters Application for the Erection of a 630 Place Primary School and 39 Place Nursery Together with New Means of Access, Car Parking and Associated Landscaping.

LOCATION: Playing Fields at Barwick Lane/Low Lane, Ingleby Barwick.

 

It was noted that the above application is to be reported to Stockton Borough Council Planning Committee meeting on 27th October 2004 in Stockton Central Library starting at 1.30 pm.

 

(b) PLANNING APPLICATION NO. 04/2788/FUL

PROPOSAL: Erection of 20 metre high telecommunications mast with 3 no.

antenna and 2 no. transmission dishes and associated equipment cabinets

within a 9m x 6m compound with a 2 metre high fence.

LOCATION: White House Farm, Land Adjacent to Hazel Grove, Low Lane.

 

The Parish Council considered all of the information and plans provided in respect of planning application no. 04/2788/FUL.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk submit the following comments to S.B.C. on behalf of the Parish Council:

 

Ingleby Barwick Parish Council does not support this application.  The mast would be visually obtrusive, is on a Greenfield site and in close proximity of residential properties.  The mast should be sited on Teesside Industrial Estate, well away from residential development.

 

104.  REPORT OF ATTENDANCE AT COMMUNITY HALL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEETINGS.

No report was received.

 

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105.  COMMUNITY COMMUNICATION.

 

RESOLVED that the Clerk arrange for the Minutes of Parish Council meetings to be available for public information, at Ingleby Barwick Library.

 

106. CLERK’S REPORT AND CORRESPONDENCE.

 

(a) Society of Local Council Clerks – Notice of Annual General Meeting on Sunday 17th October 2004 at Stratford Moat House, Bridgefoot, Stratford upon Avon, commencing at 2.15 pm.

 

(b) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Stockton News – Receipt of letter informing that the Winter 2004 edition of Stockton News will be delivered to households and businesses across the Borough on Friday 10th December 2004.  The deadline for receipt of all articles for consideration is Wednesday 13th October 2004.

 

(c) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Parish Council Liaison Forum – Receipt of the Agenda for the meeting on Thursday 7th October 2004 and Minutes of the Meeting held on 17th June 2004.

 

(d) Ingleby Barwick Community Hall – Receipt of Treasurers report dated 23rd September 2004.

 

(e) Cleveland Local Councils Association – Receipt of letter informing that the Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 11th November 2004 at the Skelton Civic Hall, Conniston Road, Skelton.  The meeting will commence at 7 pm and will be followed by the next Ordinary Meeting of the Association.  The Agenda, relevant papers, including minutes of last meetings will follow.

 

(f) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Cycle Storage Lockers – Receipt of letter

informing that to encourage cycling and use of passenger trains, cycle lockers are being provided at railway stations throughout the Tees Valley.  Upon installation of lockers at Eaglescliffe, all six stations in Stockton-on-Tees will have this facility.  Copies of a leaflet and map were attached.  Hiring of the lockers and key management is undertaken as part of the parking one-stop-shop in Gloucester House.

 

(g) DLA LLP One Stop, Beckfields Avenue, Ingleby Barwick –Receipt of letter enclosing the Notice of Transfer in respect of One Stop for hearing at the Transfer Sessions on Thursday 4th November 2004.

 

(g) Clerks & Councils ‘Direct’ – Receipt of the Clerks & Councils Direct magazine, Issue 35, September 2004.

 

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(h) Record Playground Equipment Limited, DDA (Access to Public Open Spaces), Play & Youth Provision Seminar – Receipt of invitation to attend the Seminar at Shotton Hall Peterlee on Wednesday 6th October 2004, 12.30pm – 4.00 pm.

 

(i) Inland Revenue, News for Employers – Receipt of ‘Employers Bulletin’, Issue 18 October 2004.

 

(j) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Minutes – Receipt of Minute Nos. 425 – 537, July – September 2004.

 

(k) Wicksteed Leisure, The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and how the October 2004 Provisions Relate to Your Outdoor Public Play Areas – Receipt of information mailing.

 

(l) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Rights of Way Improvement Plan, Consultation – Receipt of letter noting that the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 introduced a new statutory duty on all Highway Authorities to prepare a Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP).

 

(m) Defra, Clean Neighbourhoods – Receipt of letter from the Minister for Rural Affairs and Local Environmental Quality regarding the recently launched consultation called ‘Clean Neighbourhoods’, which can be downloaded from the internet.

 

(n) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Review of Parish Boundaries – Receipt of letter from S.B.C.

 

(o) Farrell Fabrications Ltd, Quotation for Noticeboard – Receipt of quotation.

 

(p) Stockton Renaissance, Eastern Area Board Meeting on 28th September 2004 – Receipt of information from Councillor T.W. Bowman.

           

(q) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Dedication of Public Footpath, Ingleby Hill Farm, Ingleby Barwick – Receipt of information from S.B.C.

 

(r) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Code of Conduct Guidance – Receipt of guidance note from the Standards Board regarding Members and Lobby Groups; dual-hatted Members and prejudicial interests.

 

(s) Allianz Cornhill, Insurance Policy – Receipt of invoice for additional premium  of £64.77, in respect of the cover for 11 seats, 3 noticeboards and alteration to Christmas lights.

 

 

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(t) St. Francis of Assisi Church Centre, Barwick Way, Ingleby Barwick – Receipt of invoice for the sum of £78.00, in respect of use of the Church Hall for Parish Council meetings in September 2004.

 

(u) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Urban Capacity Study – Receipt of the summary document of the Urban Capacity Study.  The study will be the subject of a brief presentation at the joint meeting of Parish Councils that is to be held at 7 pm on Monday 25th October at Castlegate Quay.

 

(v) Stockton Renaissance, Introduction (Area Partnership Co-ordinators) – Receipt of letter of introduction from the ‘Area Partnership Co-ordinator’, Scott Stewart who will be responsible for the Eastern and Western Area Partnerships.  He is part of Stockton Renaissance Secretariat and will be located at The Five Lamps, Eldon Street, Thornaby.

By way of an introduction, he would like to invite the Parish Council to a drop in session for an informal chat about the Renaissance Area Partnerships and his role with the Local Strategic Partnerships.  Refreshments will be provided on the day.

His newly appointed colleague Lesley Dale who is responsible for the Central Area Partnership, will also be present at this drop in session.

 

The drop in sessions will be:-            10.00am – 12 noon

Thursday 21st October 2004            Stockton Residents & Community Group Association

(SRCGA) 32 Dovecot Street, Stockton-on-Tees.

 

2.00pm – 4.00pm

Five Lamps, Eldon Street, Thornaby.                                   

(w) County Durham and Cleveland County Training Partnership – Receipt of notification of training events.

 

(x) Society of Local Council Clerks – Receipt of ‘The Clerk’ magazine, Vol 34, October 2004. 

 

(y) East Journal – Receipt of Volume 2, October 2004.

 

(z) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, Planning Presentation – Receipt of letter from S.B.C

 

(a1) Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, ‘Supplementary Planning Guidance: Flatted Development’ – Receipt of Consultation Draft September 2004.

 

(b1) Stockton Environment Partnership, Best Practice Seminar, at Stockton

Tabernacle on 12th November 2004 – Receipt of invitation.

 

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DATE OF NEXT MEETING.

The next meeting of Ingleby Barwick Parish Council will be held on Wednesday 17th November 2004 commencing at 7.15 p.m. in St. Francis of Assisi Church Centre, Barwick Way, Ingleby Barwick.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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OF THE

 

 

 MEETING

 

OF

 

INGLEBY BARWICK PARISH COUNCIL

 

HELD ON

 

WEDNESDAY 20TH OCTOBER 2004

 

AT

 

ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI CHURCH CENTRE

BARWICK WAY

INGLEBY BARWICK

 

 

PREPARED BY

PAULA M. HALL

CLERK TO THE PARISH COUNCIL