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Agenda for Meeting 19th July 2011

July 14, 2011

PARISH OF DRY DRAYTON (South Cambridgeshire District)

Notice of Meeting

I hereby give notice that the Meeting of Dry Drayton Parish Council will be held

In the Village Hall on Tuesday 19 July 2011 at 8pm

The Public and Press are cordially invited to be present

All members of the Council are hereby summoned to attend for the purpose of considering and resolving upon the business to be transacted at the Meeting as set out hereunder

 LGQ

Mrs Gail Stoehr Clerk

13/07/11

AGENDA

1. To elect a Chairman and to receive the declaration of acceptance of office

Comments and observations from members of the public and District & County Councillors’ reports

2. Apologies for absence and declarations of interest

3. To approve the minutes of the last meeting on 21 June 2011

4. Matters arising from the last meeting

4.1 (4.1) Co-option to fill casual vacancy

4.2 (4.3) Speeding on Scotland Road update

4.3 (4.2) Policies and risk assessment review

5. Finance and procedure

5.1 To receive the financial report and approve the payment of bills

6. To consider any planning and tree works applications

6.1 Planning applications received

6.2 SCDC Decision Notices

7. To consider correspondence received

7.1 SCDC Community

Pride and Village Hero Awards

7.2 CCC Street lighting PFI project

 7.3 SCDC Draft Parish Charter

 7.4 PCC Treasurer retirement and successor appointment notification

 8. Closure of meeting

Clerk to the Parish Council

Nfi-s Gail Stoehr, 30 West Drive, Hightields Caldecote, Cambridge, CB23 7NY

Tel 01954 210241 E-mail: drydraytonpcpclgs-services.co.uk Fax 0870 705 2759

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Dry Drayton Parish Council. Report on the May meeting

May 23, 2010

This Parish Council meeting was the Annual Parish Council Meeting. Prior to the formal Parish Council agenda, Miss Fletcher, Strategic Planning Officer and Miss Shilton, the Rural Housing Enabler, made a presentation outlining the results of the recent Housing Needs Survey. These officers were thanked by the Chairman for their input and the survey findings will be an agenda item at the June Parish Council meeting.

The following Parish Council appointments were made:-
Chairman Dr. N Irish
Vice Chairman Mr. I Alexander
Treasurer The Clerk
Independent Auditor Mr. H Russell
Tree Warden Mrs. T Stephenson
Footpath Officer Dr. N Irish
Representatives
V. Hall Committee Mr. D Wyatt
S& VA Association Mr. D Wyatt

Co-option to fill Parish Council Vacancy. Mr. F Northrop was proposed and seconded to fill this vacancy.

Village Plan. Work continues on this project and replies to outstanding correspondence are awaited.
Housing Needs Survey. As noted above, findings will be discussed at the next Parish Council meeting.

A14, improvement schemes. The Chairman presented his ‘Statement of Case’, outlining the concerns of the Parish Council regarding the traffic route through the Village. The Chairman and Mr. R Stamford will be attending the pre-inquiry meeting.

Finance. The Statement of Accounts for the year were presented and agreed. Disbursements were £264.38, grass cutting, £10.00 ‘bus shelter glass cleaning and £549.62, P. Council Insurance. The Parish Council agreed the purchase of a new ‘Receipts and Payments’ book. A grant of £705.96 for grass cutting has been received from the C. Council.

Next Meeting The next meeting of the Parish Council will be on 15th June 2010. The Community is reminded that Parish Council agenda items should be sent to the Parish Clerk, in writing, at least 14 days prior to the Parish Council meeting and that village organisations are invited to forward short reports on their activities to Council meetings.

The following organisations may be of interest to some members of our community.

Every year large amounts of social security benefits are unclaimed because many people do not know what they are entitled to, or how to claim, and older people and those with disabilities face particular difficulties. The Village Benefits Advice Service helps people to claim their share of these benefits, by offering advice and assistance.
Telephone number 01353 666990
VILLAGE BENEFITS ADVICE SERVICE
PO BOX 257
ELY, CAMBRIDGESHIRE, CB7 9EA

SOUTH CAMBRIDGESHIRE COMMUNITY CHEST

South Cambridgeshire Local Strategic Partnership small grant scheme for 2010/11.

This scheme is open to voluntary and community sector organisations. The maximum grant in any one year is £1000.00. Application forms with the relevant rules and conditions are available from the Parish Council Clerk or are available on http://www.cambs.gov.uk/lsp. This website also gives details of allocations since January, 2009.