MINUTES of a Meeting of Tatsfield Parish Council held on the 10th October 2011 in the Parish Room, Westmore Green, Tatsfield commencing at 7.30 p.m.

 

Present:                       Mr Jon Allbutt (in the chair) Mrs Susan Smale               

                                    Mr Ian Mitchell             Mrs Nichola Stokoe

Mr Doug Massey         

           

In Attendance:             Mrs Ana Hughes (Clerk)

                                    Mr Bob David (TandridgeDCCouncillor)

 

And 8 parishioners.

 

1(a) Apologies: Mr Peter Kerry, Councillor David Hodge (SCC)

 

(b) Declaration of Interest: None.

2. Minutes of the previous meeting

The minutes of the meeting held on the 12th September 2011 were approved and signed by the Chairman as a correct record.

 

3. Action Points (may be covered under later Agenda items)

The Clerk recommended that action points would be addressed under current agenda items and that if these had been completed this was shown in the Action list table.

 

4. TCGA

(a)   To provide updates on items of interest

The Chairman reported that there had been some instances where the school had not opened the TCGA gates at 5pm and this had resulted in access not being available for Sally Taylor on a Saturday morning. The headmaster had been informed and there would be ongoing monitoring of the situation. No further instances of vandalism had been reported and the meeting was notified that once the clocks were put back to Winter Time then the TCGA would not be unlocked between Monday and Thursday.

It was agreed that the current access arrangement to the storage box for the TCGA were adequate unless further developments took place in the future and that these would be monitored. It was agreed that an information poster with booking and access information should be placed on the TCGA and the external notice board at the AMB. The Clerk to arrange.

 

5. Planning

(a)   To determine the Parish Council’s position on Appendix A
TA/2011/1140:
Boundary View, Hillside Road, Tatsfield, TN16 2NH - Use of art studio as granny annexe. This was discussed and it was agreed that the Parish Council should make comments noting the danger of this change of user becoming an independent dwelling and that the Parish Council supported Tandridge planning policy which did not support the creation of independent dwellings in existing properties. The Clerk was instructed to convey the Parish Councils decision on this planning application.

TA/2011/1160: The Laurels, Hillside Road, Tatsfield, TN16 2NH. Erection of single storey rear extension, alterations to ground floor fenestration, addition of one window to flank wall and minor alteration to deck. The planning member noted that the property was in the Greenbelt and that significant changes and alterations had already taken place since 1985 with a recent increase by about 50% of the original size having taken place in 2005. The Clerk was instructed to inform Tandridge planning that the Parish Council was concerned with the cumulative footprint of the proposed planning application.

TA/2011/1180: Kylemore, 56 Paynesfield Road, Tatsfield, TN16 2BG: Erection of part two storey part single storey side/rear extension. It was noted that this planning application had already been addressed in September.

TA/2011/1213: Bassetts and Land to R/O The Ochards, Westmore Green, Tatsfield. Erection of 7 dwellings - 2 x 3 bed & 4 x 4 bed terraced houses & 1 x 3 bed detached house with attached car port, detached 7-bay parking barn, 6 additional parking spaces & access onto Westmore Green.
The Clerk informed the meeting that advice had been sought from Tandridge Standards Council regarding the financial gain the Parish Council could have should this planning application be approved (£7,000 from wayleaves). Dispensation had not been required as no individual parish councillor stood to gain in this situation and therefore the Parish Council was free to address this planning application. The planning member noted that the current application was almost identical to the outline proposal that had been approved n 2008. The Parish Council noted that parking provisions were within Tandridge planning guidelines. The Parish Council agreed that concerns regarding the proposed roof heights of the dwellings facing the greenbelt still remained and that there could be sight-line problems with access onto the highway. The Clerk was instructed to convey these comments to Tandridge planning.

TA/2011/1240: Church Farm, Church Hill, Tatsfield, TN16 2JX. Erection of detached building comprising garage and workshop. (Certificate of Lawfulness for a Proposed Development). The planning member expressed confusion regarding this planning application as it appeared to be for a proposed development of a garage when there was already one in existence and it was currently under an enforcement order. The Parish Council agreed that the planning member would consult with the planning officer in Tandridge before finally instructing the Clerk with a response. This would express the Parish Council’s concern at the new COLPD given the existing garage.

TA/2011/1303: Water Treatment Works, Westerham Hill, Pilgrims Way, Westerham, TN16 2DU. Variation of condition 2 of permission TA/2011/676 for the 'Erection of building' to allow a minor amendment involving a decrease in width but increase in length. The Clerk advised that this planning application be discussed at the planning meeting later in the month given that the documents had only been handed to the planning member on 10th October. This was agreed.

(b)   To appoint a planning team for October: It was agreed that the next members of the planning team would be Jon Allbutt and Peter Kerry.

(c)  To discuss and agree a response to the CLG Draft National Planning Policy. The Parish Council formally adopted the response proposed by Ian Mitchell at the meeting. This was largely in line with Tandridge District Council’s own comments. Ian Mitchell agreed to submit the adopted response on behalf of the Parish Council.

6. Finance

(a)   To authorize payments detailed in Appendix B
The Clerk reported that outgoings were again high with the final payments for the maintenance project for the Aileen McHugo Building and Village Hall being paid. This would effectively mean the end of the project apart from an outstanding amount of £2248.31 which would be held back until the final six month check took place as per the tender agreement, by Tony Dawkins. There were also payments to BDO for the annual audit and expense payments for conference and meetings attended by Parish Councillors and the Clerk in the past month. It was noted that the second half of the precept had been received (£16,500) and that the Clerk would be making an initial refund claim for VAT in October as the amount to be reclaimed was already over £3,000. The Parish Council approved the items detailed in Appendix B.

(b)   To discuss and agree items requiring expenditure. The Clerk reported that she had viewed 3 products, with 2 demonstrations: Accountz, Sage Instant Accounts and RBS Software. Details of these had been provided to the Parish Council along with the Clerk’s recommendation that the RBS Software package, specifically aimed at Parish Councils, was her choice. Although this item was more expensive, with a purchase price of around £620 and an annual maintenance of £99 she felt the benefits would outweigh the costs in the long term especially at year end. The Parish Council agreed with the Clerk’s recommendation.

The Parish Council adopted the Finance Committee’s recommendation of providing Crimestoppers with a £50 grant for the current financial year.

The request from the Bridge Club for a grant for equipment – tables, a scoring system and software – was discussed. The Parish Council agreed to provide a £100 grant with a request that it be used for the purchase of tables. The clerk to inform.

A request for shelving to store Parish Council documents and History Project archives was made with a provisional quote of £150 having been provided. The Parish Council agreed to the request for a formal quote to be made.

(c)   To discuss options regarding internet banking and a change of Bank. The Clerk informed the Parish Council that she had received notification from NALC that councils should await the approval of internet banking from central government before taking action on this item. This was agreed.

(d)   To approve the Finance Committee’s recommendation of a £7,000 charge for Wayleaves rights to Bassetts entrance. The Parish Council approved formally the amount previously agreed of £7,000 for wayleaves access to the Bassetts proposed development. This amount had been reached following consultation with the Parish Council’s surveyor Tony Dawkins and the district valuations officer for this matter. It was also agreed that further information and an attempt to provide a clear picture of past and current wayleaves charging should be initiated by the Clerk and Parish Council members.

 

7. Highways & Rights of Way

(a)   Highways: A report had been circulated by the Highways member. It was reported to the Parish Council that despite 2 meetings with the Surrey Highways co-ordinator and an agreement on matters outstanding, no action had been taken on these and no timescales were forthcoming. This was agreed to be frustrating. The highways member would continue to push for action. Some confusion as to the actual Priority 1 and 2 gritting routes was expressed but the latest ones taken from SCC’s website were included in the report. The Highways member asked for the approval of the Parish Council to investigate the Lengthmans Scheme in more detail. The Parish Council agreed to further investigation into this scheme and possible costs or implications as well as benefits.

The Chairman proposed that a letter be written to David Hodge expressing the Parish Councils dissatisfaction regarding the state of the roads and lack of action from the new contractor, as the ‘bedding down’ period since their appointment had passed. The Clerk to proceed.

(b)   Footpath Walks/ Rights of Way: Nothing new to report.

 

8. Notified Matters

(a)   To receive an update on Affordable Housing: A small report was circulated. Planning permission was approved and the Parish Council is now awaiting details on funding.

(b)   To receive and update on the Winter Emergency discussions. It was noted that there was currently no register of vulnerable people and that contact was being made with village organisations to establish links with them and remedy this.

(c)   To receive an update regarding the new Tatsfield Emergency Plan: no updates were available.

(d)   To receive and update on Community Web Development. A report had been circulated updating the Parish Council on recent developments including the result of the survey from the Parish Magazine. Next steps included a meeting with interested parties with a view to forming a local group to manage various web related activities, including a Facebook page, on 8th November. It was noted that a summary of this would be put in the Parish magazine. The Clerk noted that a request for £500 to be included in the 2012/13 budget had been made. There were concerns expressed at the Superfast Broadband Plans currently being expanded by Surrey County Council as no real information was going to be available until a supplier had been selected. Local residents were asked to sign up and express interest for this initiative although the Parish Council had queries regarding the benefits to Tatsfield given its location and service from the Biggin Hill exchange.

(e)   To discuss proposals for celebrating the Queens Diamond Jubilee in 2012. A proposal had been received regarding the possibility of holding a Family picnic on Westmore Green and having the Lewisham Band performing on 2nd June. The Parish Council agreed that it would support what the community showed interest in doing, but this needed to be established before funds could be allocated. It was agreed that a meeting should be arranged in the WI hall early November, preferably before the Parish Council meeting on 12th, to establish interest from local residents. S Smale to arrange.

(f)    To discuss possible application for The Silver Fund recently set up by The Big Lottery. This was felt to be a good initiative in principle but further information would be needed before full benefits could be ascertained. The Vice Chairman would be contacting organisations in Biggin Hill to widen possible options in this area.

 

9. Reports from Members and Outside Organisations

(a)   County Councillor: none received.

(b)   District Councillor: Bob David reported on the following matters:

1-Rural Post Office consultation with a deadline in December may be interesting for the Parish Council.

2- Tandridge District Council’s (TDC) random survey on refuse and recycling. The District Councillor urged residents to ensure their views were made should they have been selected. Additional feedback could be made on the TDC website.

3-The parish Council’s advice on how to get rid of ‘sharps’ was requested as local pharmacies and doctors surgeries no longer accepted these from regular users. It was proposed that civic amenity sites might be able to help.

4- Parking on Lusted Hall track – no further updates available despite a number of reports made to Tandridge. The district councillor to follow up.

5- The School transport matter was currently being further supported by D Hodge despite the rejection of individual and group appeals from local affected parents. Should this current initiative not succeed the parents would appeal to the Local Government Ombudsman.

(c)   Tatsfield Community Responders: The Chairman reported that the current Secap scheme was in great disarray, resulting in severe morale drops amongst the TCR volunteers, with many calls never being passed on to them. Further information would hopefully be forthcoming in November.

(d)   Village Hall: the representative on the Village Hall Management Committee had circulated a report. A request was made for the Parish Council to ask Kevin Bellinger whether the teachers’ car park could be opened up on evenings in which all 3 buildings had functions as this often led to severe crowding. The Chairman agreed to make the request, but reminded all present that SCC had no initial plans for a car park at the school at all and it had only been at the insistence of the Parish Council that any parking spaces had been allowed for. The VHMC representative requested Parish Council input regarding the items listed on her report. It was agreed that the Parish Council had made repairs to the fence adjoining Bassetts in the past but that this was likely to be fully secured should the planning application be approved and that unless there were safety issues any work on fence panels would wait until the owner made repairs. The parish Council requested that further information regarding the reports of ‘damp’ beneath the stage were required. The Parish Council agreed to consider the request for light fitting replacement.

(e)   Tatsfield Youth Project: The vice chairman confirmed that the amount to be donated to the Parish Council by TYP would be done so in this financial year, for the Parish Council to use for the benefit of the youth in the village.

(f)    Tatsfield in Bloom: It was reported that Tatsfield was expected to be invited to take part in the Britain In Bloom representing the South east in 2012 and the TIB had agreed to accept. This meant that a larger amount of fund raising and a larger grant would be required of the parish council in 2012/13.

(g)   Biggin Hill Airport: It was reported that air traffic was lower in the last quarter compared with 2010 but that jet services had increased as a proportion of that traffic. A date of 17th April 2012 had been agreed with the Village Hall bookings secretary. Contact now needed to be made with the airport director.

(h)   Vern d ‘Anjou Association: nothing to report

(i)     Police: nothing to report.

(j)     East Surrey Parishes Liaison Group: Nothing to report.

(k)   Speed watch: It was reported that the speed tests were hopefully taking place by the end of the month on Approach Road.

(l)     Oxted CAB: Nothing new to report.

(m) Fair-trade Steering Group: It was reported that the advertised Ritz teas had been well attended and donations had been collected.

 

10. Parish Council Property and Land

(a)   Car Park and retained facilities: It was agreed that the October bulky rubbish collection would be monitored closely and subsequently discussed before further dates could be agreed on this matter. The Clerk had not managed to obtain a meeting date despite requests to Keith Masters, but would continue to try.

The Clerk had obtained a copy of the Certificate of practical Completion from Paul Meredith and had requested that the amounts owed to the Parish Council for the completion of the car park be provided, as confirmed by Hedley’s who had closed the paperwork and confirmed all should now be completed.

(b)   Tatsfield Green: The Chairman reported the green had now been cut and that the experiment this year to leave it as meadow had been successful.

(c)   Westmore Green: It was proposed that a contact number be placed on the notices to be used for people parking on the green, and that these should be for the number in the AMB with an answer phone system set up. The Clerk to investigate.

(d)   Pond: The Chairman reported that a biological survey was hopefully going to take place in the coming year. It was noted that the results of this should be made public as many in the community still did not agree with the current layout and appearance of the pond.

(e)   Millennium Wood: Nothing to report.

(f)    Kemsley Wood: Nothing to report.

(g)   Parish Room / Aileen McHugo Building: It was agreed that a meeting needed to take place to draw up a list of outstanding items requiring action.

(h)   Village Hall: The Clerk reported that Desmond Bishop had still not managed to source the vents requiring replacement in the roof of the Village Hall but that this would hopefully take place shortly. The Parish Council agreed to officially ask Mike Lambert to test the retractable bollards on a monthly basis and to ensure reports were made to the Parish council when difficulties were encountered, following the queries in September’s meeting from the VHMC.

(i)    Allotment Project: The Chairman asked that an informal talk be arranged with Piers Morgan – Director of Planning in Tandridge District Council – to ascertain the exact position regarding Certificates of Lawfulness (COL) for all the allotments projects. In the meantime the Clerk to liaise with the TACGG to obtain information regarding the various projects in preparation for the possibility of a need to submit a request for COL for each project.

 

11. Meetings to Attend/Correspondence

(a)   To agree attendance at Meetings to which Parish Councillors are invited. The Clerk reported the following invitations had been received:

1) SCA AGM 10-12.30 18th Oct Shalford Village Hall, Kings Road, Shalford, Guildford GU4 8JE

2) Raising Awareness of Health Services in Surrey, 1 November 2011, The York Rooms, St John's Church, Church Way, Hurst Green, Surrey RH8 9EA0 – S Smale attending

3) SCA free event – Rural Perspectives – on 10th Nov 2011 at Betchworth Village War Memorial Hall, Betchworth. 6.15pm – 9pm. – P Kerry to attend.

(b)   To discuss Correspondence received by the Clerk.

The Clerk reported that she had received a letter of thanks was received from Oxted CAB for the Parish Councils grant and a letter of thanks for the hosting of Surrey Village of the Year from Surrey Community Action.

 

12. Matters for Reporting or Inclusion of Future Agenda

The chairman reported that a survey of salt requirements and availability needed to take place for the winter.

 

The Meeting closed at 10.34 p.m.

  

Subjects raised in Public Adjournments

1-     Could the parish council consider the Diamond Jubilee celebration as soon as possible.

2-     The parish council needs to talk to the police and request closure of the road for the Christmas carols celebration.

3-     It was reported that approximately £1,000 has already been spent on the St Marys Church new graveyard reclamation project and that significant expenditure was expected later on this and next year. The Parish Council’s assistance would be gratefully received.

 

Item & page

(13 Dec)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

10b, 80

Letter toLusted Hall Laneresidents

Clerk / J Allbutt

31/12

In progress

 

 

Item & page

(11 Apr 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

6c, 23

Look into planning application for composting site move

Clerk

30/4

In progress

 

13b 7, 32

Report advertising by Golf Course to TDC

Clerk

31/5

In progress

 

Item & page

(13 June 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

6, 37

Issue guidelines for advertising events for TCGA users

Clerk

30/6

In progress

 

Item & page

(11 July 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

6c, 46

Provide a comparative report re banks and internet services available

Clerk

12/09

Delayed until 2012

7a, 46

Circulate report on Highways and role

D Massey

05/09

In progress

 

Item & page

(12 Sept 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

5c, 53

Continue to agree response to CLG National planning policy

All

01/10

COMPLETE

8b, 54

Request clarification from D Hodge re outstanding Winter Emergency items

Clerk

20/9

COMPLETE

10a, 55

Contact SCC to complete car park handover

Clerk

30/9

In progress

 

Item & page

(10 Oct 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

4, 60

Create laminated poster for TCGA re booking and access

Clerk

31/10

COMPLETE

5a, 60

Inform Tandridge planning re Parish Council comments on planning applications TA/2011/1140, TA/2011/1160, TA/2011/1213

Clerk

17/10

COMPLETE

5c, 61

Submit the response to the CLG Draft National Planning Policy

I Mitchell

13/10

COMPLETE

6b, 61

Commence purchase of new software package

Clerk

31/10

COMPLETE

6b, 61

Inform Cirmestoppers and the Bridge Club of their grant allocations

Clerk

31/10

COMPLETE

6d, 61

Investigate Wayleaves charging to provide report for future

Clerk

30/11

In progress

7a, 61

Contact D Hodge to express concern with lack of progress by new contractor on Tatsfield potholes.

Clerk

24/10

COMPLETE

8e, 62

Arrange public information evening

S Smale

17/10

COMPLETE

10i, 63

Prepare COL applications for various allotment projects

Clerk

31/10

COMPLETE

 

 

Draft MINUTES of a Meeting of Tatsfield Parish Council held on the 14th November 2011 in the Parish Room, Westmore Green, Tatsfield commencing at 8.00 p.m.

 

Present:                       Mr Jon Allbutt (in the chair) Mrs Susan Smale                 

                                    Mr Ian Mitchell              Mrs Nichola Stokoe

Mr Doug Massey          

           

In Attendance:             Mrs Ana Hughes (Clerk)

                                    Mr Bob David (TandridgeDCCouncillor)

 

And 8 parishioners.

 

1(a) Apologies: Mr Peter Kerry           , Councillor David Hodge (SCC)

 

(b) Declaration of Interest: None.

2. Minutes of the previous meeting

The minutes of the meeting held on the 10th October 2011 were approved and signed by the Chairman as a correct record, with a small correction at item 10i, where ‘Morgan’ was corrected to ‘Mason’. This was duly initialled by the Chairman.

 

3. Action Points (may be covered under later Agenda items)

The Clerk recommended that action points would be addressed under current agenda items and that if these had been completed this was shown in the Action list table.

 

4. Planning

(a)   To determine the Parish Council’s position on Appendix A
TA/2011/1257: Waylands Farm, Approach Road, Tatsfield, TN16 2JT -
Erection of building for use for storage and distribution (Use Class B8). The Parish Council agreed that there were no objections to this planning application. The Clerk was instructed to inform Tandridge Planning that no comment would be forthcoming for this planning application.

TA/2011/1338: 40 Paynesfield Road, Tatsfield, TN16 2BG - Variation of conditions 2 and 3 of permission TA/2011/14. The Parish Council agreed with the conclusion of their discussions on this matter at the planning meeting in October and the Clerk was instructed to inform Tandridge Planning that no comment would be forthcoming for this planning application.

TA/2011/1358: Ship Hill House East, Ship Hill, Tatsfield, TN16 2AH - Erection of single storey extension to side elevation. (Certificate of Lawfulness for Proposed use or development). The Parish Council agreed with the conclusion of their discussions on this matter at the planning meeting in October and the Clerk was instructed to inform Tandridge Planning that no comment would be forthcoming for this planning application.

TA/2011/1391: Maesmaur Cottage, Maesmaur Road, Tatsfield, TN16 2LE - Demolition of carport and conservatory. Erection of single storey side and rear extensions, retaining walls and raised hard surfacing. The Parish Council discussed this planning application but it was decided that there was not enough time given the potential need to look into previous planning applications on this property, to make a decision at the current meeting. The Clerk was instructed to request an extension to the closing date for consultations until the planning meeting on 28th November.

(b)   To appoint a planning team for November: the next members of the planning team would be Doug Massey and Ian Mitchell. It was confirmed that a tandem team was still favoured especially by the newer members of the Parish Council.

5. Finance

(a)   To authorize payments detailed in Appendix B The Clerk noted that there had not been any great items of expenditure this month and that the bank account amount shown on appendix B for the current account should be increased by around £3,000 once the VAT reclaim payment was received. It was noted that the payment for the Certificate of Lawfulness application had been made by the clerk and this was included on the listing. Three grant payments were made this month. The Parish Council approved the payments in Appendix B unanimously.

(b)   To discuss and agree items requiring expenditure. The Clerk noted that 2 quotes had been received from Desmond Bishop, one relating to the repair to the Village Hall roof to ensure no further incursion of birds took place, which was expected to be £120 for the 2 long sides. This was approved. In addition further to the agreement reached at the last meeting, a quote for £150 to replace the shelving in the Office area had been received. This was also approved. The Clerk to inform Mr Bishop.
The Clerk informed the Parish Council that 2 quotes had been received for cutting the side hedge back further to stifle new growth in the spring. One was £100 more expensive than the other and did not offer to mulch and leave the chippings on site for use on the car park beds. It was agreed that the cheaper quote would be approved. The Clerk to inform the provider.
After the annual service of the Aileen McHugo Building boiler, a warning notice had been issued by the heating engineer. The Chairman had requested further information on fixing the issue raised by the service engineer. Concerns were expressed over the fact that the same service engineer had not identified this fault the previous year, and the service reports were compared. Further information would be requested from the service engineer. In the meantime it was agreed that an alternative opinion would be sought regarding this issue and that the Parish Council would make a final decision on this matter in December.

(c)   To accept the final signed off accounts including the Issues Arising report from external auditors. The Clerk informed the Parish Council she had received final notification and signed off accounts from their external Auditors. The Clerk noted that the Parish Council was required to both formally acknowledge this event and also the ‘issues arising report’ issued by the external auditors. This had listed the need to restate the fixed assets in 2010 as new audit requirements changed the way fixed assets were listed and stated in the accounts,. To ensure this took place a new fixed asset register required completion and submission to the external auditors the Clerk This was done and accepted. The external auditor also requested that the internal auditors report, which made recommendations re weaknesses in the internal financial systems – notably the need to have all bank reconciliations checked by a councillor, should be implemented. The Clerk confirmed that this had already been implemented. The Parish Council formally acknowledged that the accounts had now been completed and signed off and took note of the external auditor’s Issues Arising report.

(d)   To present the draft 2012/13 budget for comments before final approval in December. The Clerk reminded the Parish Council that the draft budget was currently available for comments and any queries needed to be raised before the final finance committee meeting at the end of November as final approval of 2012/13 budget in would take place at the December meeting. This was noted but no queries were raised by those present.

6. Highways & Rights of Way

(a)   Highways: A report had been circulated by Douglas Massey. The Parish Council agreed to approve the proposal put forward by the Highways member to start the process towards an agreement with Surrey County Council on implementing the Lengthmans Scheme. In the first instance this would not imply any financial commitment by the Parish Council. The Parish Council also approved the request in the report to relocate the salt bins from 2 locations in Church Lane and Ship Hill. It was noted that 3 bins had still not been filled and this needed to be resolved with some urgency. Douglas Massey to expedite.

(b)   Footpath Walks/ Rights of Way: The Clerk reported a letter had been received from Eileen Pearce updating the Parish Council on the status of the Tatsfield Walks sales and outstanding wallets. A cheque for £25 had also been received and the Clerk would thank Mrs Pearce. There were around 42 wallets still to be sold and it was estimated that a further £51.26 would need to be made before break-even on this project would be achieved. Mrs Pearce expressed hopes of further sales of those wallets held by Linda’s Stores and at upcoming fairs over the festive season.

 

7. Notified Matters

(a)   To receive an update on Affordable Housing: A report was circulated on this matter and the Parish Council was looking forward to a meeting to be held with English Rural and Surrey Community Action for next steps at the end of November.

(b)   To receive an update on the Winter Emergency discussions. Following a proposal by the Chairman regarding the purchase of salt, the Parish Council agreed to a figure of up to £200 to be used to purchase a pallet of salt which would be stored in and around the Parish Council properties. It was expected that this could be used not only to make Parish Council property safe, but also to assist the general safety of the community where deemed necessary. The Chairman to arrange for the purchase of the pallet.

(c)   To receive an update regarding the new Tatsfield Emergency Plan. No update was forthcoming for this meeting.

(d)   To receive an update on Community Web Development /Interweb. It was reported in the absence of P Kerry that a meeting had been organised for 29th November 2011 at 7.30pm at the Aileen McHugo Building.

(e)   To discuss proposals for celebrating the Queens Diamond Jubilee in 2012. The Chairman reported that a meeting had been held at the WI Hall the previous week but attendance had been low and that some ideas had been suggested. An additional meeting was agreed for the following week 23rd November 2011 at the WI Hall again at 7.30pm and it was hoped that more would attend. It was suggested that this information could be added to a Facebook page to make it available at short notice. The Clerk and N Stokoe to discuss.

(f)    To discuss and agree response to the BIS ‘Building a Mutual Post Office Consultation’. It was reported that at first glance this consultation did not appear to have an immediate impact on local Post Offices such as Tatsfield’s. It was agreed that the consultation would be studied in more detail and a decision on the response would be made by the December meeting of the Parish Council.

(g)   To discuss and agree the process for arranging a Traffic Census in 2012. It was agreed this would be discussed and agreed at the December meeting.

 

(h)   To discuss and agree the way forward for a Village Appraisal to be held in 2012. The Chairman reported that he had made an initial attempt to find grants or software to support this initiative but these had so far met with no success. It was agreed this would be discussed further at the December meeting.

(i)    To receive and update and discuss items relating to Health and Wellbeing. The Vice-Chairman had submitted 2 reports and requested approval from the Parish Council to proceed on both, one relating to the possible compilation of a list of vulnerable village residents, purely for the sake of swift assistance in emergencies. This was approved. The 2nd report requested support for the production of an advice sheet for local residents relating to sources of assistance in general health and wellbeing. This was also approved.

 

9. Reports from Members and Outside Organisations

(a)   County Councillor: none received.

(b)   District Councillor: Bob David reported on the following matters:

1- The rehearing meeting organised by D Hodge for the Tatsfield transport to Oxted School failed and the parents are now preparing to appeal to the Local Government Ombudsman.

2- Tandridge District Council is finding it hard to receive responses from the DVLA regarding the registered owners of vehicles parked on the Green but are still persevering.

3- Would the Parish Council agree to find out whether local hospitals would be willing to receive boxes of ‘sharps’? The Vice-Chairman agreed to follow this up.

4- A new system for recycling was to be proposed by Tandridge District Council to come in line with other local councils. This would be implemented in a review stage in October 2012. The Chairman expressed disappointment at the lack of consultation with local parish councils.

(c)   Tatsfield Community Responders: It was reported that currently there was great difficulty with receiving calls through the new texting communications systems from SECamb and local responders were only receiving around 50% of calls. There were also difficulties with the focus by new management of SECamb on process rather than on the ground training and equipment so that volunteers could perform their duties effectively. A meeting was scheduled soon to address these issues and a further report would be made to the Parish Council following the meeting.

(d)   Village Hall: the representative on the Village Hall Management Committee had circulated a report, no further issues were addressed and matters relating to the complaint of damp were still outstanding.

(e)   Tatsfield Youth Project: it was agreed that once the donation had been received from TYP for use by the Parish Council to assist the youth in the village, that this item would be removed from future agendas.

(f)    Tatsfield in Bloom: it was reported that plans continued to be made and funds sought for the coming year’s activities. Great thanks were given to volunteers for continued efforts around the community.

(g)   Biggin Hill Airport: nothing new to report.

(h)   Vern d ‘Anjou Association: nothing to report.

(i)    Police: nothing to report.

(j)    East Surrey Parishes Liaison Group: Nothing to report.

(k)   Speed watch: Moira Cocks had submitted a report which required further analysis regarding the measurement of speeds on Approach Road near the allotments which took place in late October. This was on average around 40 miles an hour. This would be researched further.

(l)    Oxted CAB: nothing new to report.

(m)  Fair-trade Steering Group: nothing to report.

(n)   PARROT: a report was made to the Parish Council relating that a recent fundraising effort had raised £750 for this project and that some donations had been received following the newsletter appeal, however there had been some negative feedback from some villagers and the group requested assistance from the Parish Council in raising the awareness of the importance of this project. This was agreed. Future attempts at fund raising were in progress but it was not expected that the £25,000 would be achieved by March and the Parish Council was asked to request a delay until 2013 in starting this project.

 

10. Parish Council Property and Land

(a)   Car Park and retained facilities: the Chairman reported that the October bulky rubbish collection had gone much more smoothly, however there had also been a marked decrease in users of the service. The Parish Council would continue to monitor the situation in the coming 2 events agreed for the spring together with correspondence received from local residents requesting a return of the site to Lusted Hall Lane. The Chairman reminded the meeting that the decision to change the site rested with Tandridge.

(b)   TCGA: the Chairman reported that the TCGA would now remain closed on weekday evenings until early spring.

(c)   Tatsfield Green: nothing new to report.

(d)   Westmore Green: the Chairman reported that a request for assistance in collecting the leaves had been made to Steve Hyder and this was expected to take place in the coming week.

(e)   Pond: the Chairman reported that plans to tidy the pond would take place later in the month.

(f)    Millennium Wood: nothing to report.

(g)   Kemsley Wood: nothing to report.

(h)   Parish Room / Aileen McHugo Building: it was agreed that the Chairman needed to arrange a meeting to discuss outstanding items for this property. The current situation with the boiler having been issued with a warning was discussed and quotes for a repair as well as possible replacement in the future were in the process of being obtained.

(i)    Village Hall: The Clerk reported that the ends of the Village Hall roof had now been filled and that the sides would be done now that Desmond’s quote had been accepted by the Parish Council.

(j)    Allotment Project: The Clerk reported that following much work done by N Stokoe and the T Magatti-Watts of the Horticultural Society, the agreements had now been signed between the Parish Council and the Hortis. The Parish Council thanked all involved for their hard work in this matter. The Clerk also confirmed that the Certificate of Lawfulness for Proposed Developments on all the 11 projects for the allotments had been finally completed and submitted in early November and thanked A. Armitage and T Magatti-Watts for their assistance.

 

11. Meetings to Attend/Correspondence

(a)   To agree attendance at Meetings to which Parish Councillors are invited. The Clerk reported the following invitations had been received:

1) 1) Surrey Hills Partnership Meeting 9th November 13:30 to 16:30 at Warren Farm Barns, Headley Lane, Mickleham, Dorking, RH5 6DG – P Kerry could not attend because he was unwell.

2) SLCC South East Regional Conference 30th November 2011, at the Felbridge Hotel East Grinstead. Clerk to attend

 

(b) To discuss Correspondence received by the Clerk

All correspondence received had been covered in earlier agenda items.

 

12. Matters for Reporting or Inclusion of Future Agenda

None reported.

 

The Meeting closed at 10.14 p.m.

 

 

Subjects raised in Public Adjournments

1- There were still problems with visibility and driving conditions on the roads from Chelsham and Farleigh, despite D Hodge assuring the Parish Council these would be considered.

 

Item & page

(13 Dec)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

10b, 80

Letter toLusted Hall Laneresidents

Clerk / J Allbutt

31/12

In progress

 

 

Item & page

(11 Apr 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

6c, 23

Look into planning application for composting site move

Clerk

30/4

In progress

 

13b 7, 32

Report advertising by Golf Course to TDC

Clerk

31/5

In progress

 

Item & page

(13 June 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

6, 37

Issue guidelines for advertising events for TCGA users

Clerk

30/6

In progress

 

Item & page

(11 July 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

7a, 46

Circulate report on Highways and role

D Massey

05/09

In progress

 

Item & page

(12 Sept 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

10a, 55

Contact SCC to complete car park handover

Clerk

30/9

COMPLETE

 

Item & page

(10 Oct 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

6d, 61

Investigate Wayleaves charging to provide report for future

Clerk

30/11

In progress

 

Item & page

(14 Nov 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

4a, 69

Respond to planning applications as determined

Clerk

17/11

COMPLETE

5b, 69

Inform approved contractors of the Parish Council’s approval of their quotes.

Clerk

17/11

COMPLETE

6a, 70

Arrange for filling of 3 salt bins outstanding

D Massey

30/11

 

7b, 70

Arrange for purchase of a pallet of salt

Chairman

10/12

 

9b3, 71

Investigate sharps service with local hospitals.

S Smale

10/12

 

9h, 72

Arrange a meeting to discuss outstanding items for AMB

Chairman

30/11

 

 

DRAFT MINUTES of a Meeting of Tatsfield Parish Council held on the 12th December 2011 in the Parish Room, Westmore Green, Tatsfield commencing at 7.30 p.m.

 

Present:                       Mr Jon Allbutt (in the chair) Mrs Susan Smale                

                                    Mr Ian Mitchell              Mrs Nichola Stokoe

Mr Douglas Massey      Mr Peter Kerry

           

In Attendance:              Mrs Ana Hughes (Clerk)

                                    Mr Bob David (Tandridge DC Councillor)

                                    Mr David Hodge (Surrey County Councillor)

 

And 8 parishioners.

 

1(a) Apologies: None

 

(b) Declaration of Interest: The Chairman and Vice Chairman declared a personal and prejudicial interest in Item 9j (TACG – Allotments) and both councillors removed themselves from the room as this item was addressed on the agenda and did not return until the item had been discussed and finalised.

2. Minutes of the previous meeting

The minutes of the meeting held on the 14th November 2011 were approved and signed by the Chairman as a correct record.

 

3. Action Points (may be covered under later Agenda items)

The Clerk recommended that action points would be addressed under current agenda items and that if these had been completed this was shown in the Action list table.

 

4. Planning

(a)   To determine the Parish Council’s position on Appendix A

TA/2011/1520: The Old Rectory, Clarks Lane, Tatsfield, TN16 2EL - Erection of conservatory to south elevation. Following a short presentation from Ian Mitchell and Douglas Massey it was agreed that the proposed extension did not present a disproportionate increase to the property’s overall bulk. The Clerk was instructed to inform Tandridge planning that the Parish Council had no objection to make to this planning application.

(b)   To appoint a planning team for December: the next members of the planning team would be Sue Smale and Nichola Stokoe.

(c)   To discuss Neighbourhood Planning: The Parish Council agreed that this would be addressed at an upcoming meeting.

5. Finance

(a)   To authorize payments detailed in Appendix B. The Clerk informed the Parish Council that the bank account was actually considerably healthier than shown in the end of November balance as she had confirmed receipt of the £30,000 from Surrey County Council. It was noted there were a few payments on the schedule, including the invoice for training, support and installation of the new Alpha software system, which was deemed by the Clerk thus far to be a great success. It was further noted that there were 2 months of gas being paid on the schedule this month, as the previous month there had not been any. There was also an amount of £15 for the WI Hall to donate towards the cost of heating for the last time the Parish Council had booked the hall as one of the heaters had been left on overnight. The Parish Council approved the payments in Appendix B unanimously.

(b)   To discuss and agree items requiring expenditure. The Clerk noted that she had received a quote of £210 to update the boiler and provide a new heating control that had been identified as missing. Quotes for replacing the boiler were still outstanding. The Parish Council agreed that quotes should be obtained to replace the boiler and that these should be considered for 2013/14 budget. It was agreed not to proceed with the quote at this stage but to obtain further information from the various heating engineers as to their assessment of the risk, which was not deemed to be high, as it had functioned without the heating control for the previous 20 years. The Parish Council agreed to accept a quote of £50 to repair the damaged external door in the kitchen. Peter Kerry informed the meeting that a seminar on ‘Have you tried using social media to engage with local residents?’ had been brought to his attention and may prove a useful tool. It was agreed that the syllabus would be circulated and that more information about the possible suitability of this seminar would be obtained. It was also agreed that clarification would be sought on whether the Parish Council could obtain a discounted rate of £150 through Tandridge District Council. The Chairman noted that a Christmas tree had been purchased at a discounted rate of £250 given no donations had been forthcoming from the community. A £100 donation towards the tree from an anonymous donor had been received and was passed to the Clerk. The Parish Council expressed thanks to the donor. It was proposed that the September agenda in 2012 contain an item to request Christmas trees and that the Parish Council could then debate as to whether a tree should be planted.

(c)   To agree draft 2012/13 budget: The Clerk noted that she had received notification of the SCAPTC increase of £15.42 for 2012/13, with the combined subscription to SCAPTC and NALC amounting to £505.09. This increase has been accounted for in the Budget. The Clerk informed the Parish Council that the 2012/13`budget had been recommended for approval by the Finance Committee, with a precept of £38,000, an increase of £5,000 over the current financial year. The Clerk noted that the increase had been almost entirely accounted for through an increase in the grant allocation for the year, given the Parish Council believed that the coming year would be a hard one for local community groups and would like to be able to offer more support. The Budget was unanimously approved and it attached as Appendix C to these minutes.

6. Highways & Rights of Way

(a)   Receive an update on Highways: Douglas Massey had circulated a report. Thanks were given to Surrey Highways team members who had offered support and assistance to Douglas in his role as Highways officer this year. Thanks were also proffered to David Hodge for his assistance in progressing the Lengthmans scheme application and agreement. The Chairman reminded the meeting that the grit bins and grit contained therein were to be used on the paths and highways around the village, not to be removed by people for their own personal use. It was proposed that notices warning of this should be placed on the bins. The Clerk would investigate this. D Hodge confirmed that the grit bins would be refilled if the appropriate manpower was available to do so.

(b)   Receive an update on Footpath Walks/ Rights of Way: nothing new to report.

 

7. Notified Matters

(a)   To receive an update on Affordable Housing: nothing new to report.

(b)   To receive an update on the Winter Emergency discussions. The Chairman warned of severe storms forecast for this coming week that may have an impact on the community.

(c)   To receive an update regarding the new Tatsfield Emergency Plan. No update was forthcoming for this meeting.

(d)   To receive an update on Community Web Development /Interweb. Peter Kerry informed the Parish Council that a meeting of the enabling interweb group had taken place the previous month and that it had produced some excellent ideas and action points. A further meeting would be taking place on 31st January 2012 but that the emphasis was on slow and steady progress.

(e)   To discuss proposals for celebrating the Queens Diamond Jubilee in 2012. The Chairman reported that the recent meeting in late November had produced further ideas and that a survey had been given out in the Parish Magazine listing the proposals and asking for input from residents. All present were invited to submit their proposals as soon as possible through Linda’s shop or any Parish Councillor. A final meeting would take place to make firm decisions on 11th January 2012 in the WI Hall.

(f)    To discuss and agree response to the BIS ‘Building a Mutual Post Office Consultation’. Ian Mitchell had circulated a report and the Parish Council agreed that the Clerk would respond by the end of the day, to the effect that ‘Tatsfield Parish Council looks forward to an outcome which ensures the continuing presence of a viable Post Office in Tatsfield for the foreseeable future.’

(g)   To discuss and agree the process for arranging a Traffic Census in 2012. This was discussed and it was agreed it should be delayed until November 2012 to ensure sufficient time for organising the survey. The results would still be comparable to others, as one of the previous surveys had taken place in November. It was noted that results would be particularly useful in determining the possible increase in traffic because of the new school.

(h)   To discuss and agree the way forward for a Village Appraisal to be held in 2012. Following a discussion, it was agreed that the general approach of the previous appraisal could be followed. It was noted that this would require a lot of work and organisation, particularly from a single driving project manager. It was proposed that the Parish Council should not be the driving force behind the appraisal and that a more honest and independent result would be obtained through a project manager who was not a Parish Councillor, nut with the support and assistance of the Parish Council where required. This was `agreed. The Parish Council agreed to approach a couple of possible candidates and discuss this further in January, with a view to initiating the project towards the end of 2012.

(i)    To receive and update and discuss items relating to Health and Wellbeing. Nothing new to report.

 

8. Reports from Members and Outside Organisations

(a)   County Councillor: David Hodge warned of possible limits to precept increases for Parish Councils in the following year. He also noted that there would be an important announcement at the meeting on 13th December 2012 of the County Council at around 10.30am.

(b)   District Councillor: Bob David reported on the following matters:

1- Thanks were given to D Hodge for his support of the parents challenging Surrey County Council’s decision on the Tatsfield transport to Oxted School for year 7 children. The parents were now taking their case to the Local Government Ombudsman who had already made requests to the County regarding their decision.

2- There had been a general dislike for the new proposed recycling arrangements with bi-weekly rubbish collections and food recycling but these would be going ahead as planned despite resistance, as the savings were substantial.

3- Local recycling bins had recently been grossly misused with building rubble and dumping of rubbish around them. The District Council was planning to empty them more often to try and prevent this but residents were urged to ensure misuse did not continue.

4- Thanks to D Hodge for his support for Tatsfield in Bloom who were making a bid to the Local Committee for £1,000 grant.

(c)   Tatsfield Community Responders: a report had been circulated from Phil Clark reporting positive outcomes from the management meeting attended recently and mentioned in his report at the November meeting. Additionally there was good news on the recruit front with 4 new recruits and 2 possible interested parties. This would mean a possible request for additional support from the Parish Council in the near future once more equipment was required. The County Councillor suggested that a request to the local committee to match a grant from the Parish Council should be considered and the Parish Council gratefully received this.

(d)   Village Hall: Nichola Stokoe had circulated a report. The Parish Council approved a draft letter to be issued by the VHMC to Little Acorns requesting that the stage be cleared of items during the Christmas holidays so that an evaluation of the damp could be made.

(e)   Tatsfield Youth Project: the donation had not yet been received; this needed to be chased by the Vice Chairman.

(f)    Tatsfield in Bloom: it was reported that the TIB group continued to plan and was now looking for sponsors, such as Goldsmiths who had provided a generous donation already, for their upcoming South East and Britain in Bloom plans. The Parish Council confirmed that a grant of £1500 had been agreed for the 2012/13 financial year.

(g)   Biggin Hill Airport: P Kerry noted that there was a Community Fund available for applications at the Airport and that this might be an idea for TIB to apply for.

(h)   Vern d ‘Anjou Association: nothing to report.

(i)    Police: it was agreed that the Clerk would contact the Chief Inspector to propose a meeting for discussing the format and content of the Community Liaison Meetings in the future, preferably before the Parish Council meeting in January.

(j)    East Surrey Parishes Liaison Group: Nothing to report.

(k)   Speed watch: It was reported that further information should be available in January once Moira Cocks had a chance to discuss the findings on the Approach Road census.

(l)    Oxted CAB: P Kerry had circulated a report on a recent induction meeting and had been impressed with the Oxted CAB organisation and professionalism. The Parish Council agreed that posters to inform local residents should be placed on the notice boards.

(m)  Fair-trade Steering Group: D Massey reported that the next Fair-Trade event would take place in February / March 2012 in the Village Hall where further promotion of products and ethics would take place.

(n)   PARROT: the Clerk reported that she had requested an update for this meeting and was attempting to set up a meeting with Parish Councillors and PARROT representative to discuss progress. This would continue to be followed up.

 

9. Parish Council Property and Land

(a)   Car Park and retained facilities: the Clerk confirmed that the outstanding amount from Surrey County Council for management of the car park following the completed handover had been received. The Clerk requested authorisation to transfer the full amount to the Parish Council’s deposit account whilst she investigated where the funds could be placed and ring fenced. This was approved. The general consensus was that the majority of the money should be held for future maintenance costs, with concerns expressed regarding subsidence and possible cars being dumped in the car park. The Clerk was asked to investigate possible specific insurance cover for these concerns. The Clerk was also asked to find out whether there would be implications with the auditors regarding the level of funds being maintained.

(b)   TCGA: the Chairman reported that the TCGA would now remain closed on weekday evenings until early spring.

(c)   Tatsfield Green: taken together with Item 9d, f and g the Chairman warned of heavy storms forecast for the coming week and noted that if a tree should fall on the Highway, then Surrey Highways should be contacted, but if it was just in the wood or Green then Steve Hyder at Tandridge was the contact.

(d)   Westmore Green: covered under item 9c.

(e)   Pond: the Chairman reported that volunteers had cleared much of the overgrown areas and that he had contacted the Downlands project for a biological survey in the spring.

(f)    Millennium Wood: covered under item 9c.

(g)   Kemsley Wood: covered under item 9c.

(h)   Parish Room / Aileen McHugo Building: the Chairman reported that a meeting had taken place and an action list developed. This required an update to the existing project list and followed through. It was agreed that the Clerk should contact the heating engineer to request an explanation for the fact he had not found the fault the previous year during his service.

(i)    Village Hall: covered under item 8d.

(j)    Allotment Project: The Chairman and Vice-Chairman removed themselves from the meeting before any discussion took place. They did not make a statement on this matter before leaving as entitled. The Parish Council agreed to nominate Ian Mitchell as temporary chairman. The Parish Council agreed, following a short discussion, to approve a letter to be sent to Surrey Hills LEADER Action group on behalf of the Horticultural Society and in support of their grant application for a pathway within the allotments. This letter stated that if a Certificate of Lawfulness was issued for this project and should the grant application is successful and funds are allocated to the Horticultural society, that the Parish Council would be minded to release funds for this project. The Clerk to send the letter as soon as possible. The Clerk confirmed that she had requested a confirmation of donation from the Horticultural Society to the Parish Council once funds from Surrey Hills as instructed by the Finance Committee.

 

10. Meetings to Attend/Correspondence

(a)   To agree attendance at Meetings to which Parish Councillors are invited. The Clerk reported the following invitations had been received:

1) First AGM of TVSC Limited by Guarantee – 13th December 2011 and The Community Hub, Oxted at 10am. None to attend.

 

(b) To discuss Correspondence received by the Clerk

Peter Kerry had circulated a report on Rural Perspectives conference that he had been unable to attend due to illness. Various slide shows were embedded in the report and he drew particular attention to the Bookham Parish Council who discussed their Village Appraisal and might be interesting to the Parish Council for next year. The Clerk said she would contact Bookham’s clerk for more information.

 

11. Matters for Reporting or Inclusion of Future Agenda

The Clerk reported that no further progress had thus far been made on the Land Registry application for the King Edward VII Memorial Garden. It was suggested that a meeting be held to discuss and update the current project listing some time before the January Parish Council meeting.

 

The Meeting closed at 10.00 p.m.

 

 

Subjects raised in Public Adjournments

1-     When would the cat’s eyes be replaced on Limpsfield Road?

2-     There was a tree down across the footpath near Rickett Hills Lane. A member of the public confirmed later on that this tree had been removed.

 

Item & page

(13 Dec)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

10b, 80

Letter to Lusted Hall Lane residents

Clerk / J Allbutt

31/12

In progress

 

 

Item & page

(11 Apr 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

6c, 23

Look into planning application for composting site move

Clerk

02/2012

To be reviewed in 2012

 

13b 7, 32

Report advertising by Golf Course to TDC

Clerk

31/5

In progress

 

Item & page

(13 June 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

6, 37

Issue guidelines for advertising events for TCGA users

Clerk

30/6

In progress

 

Item & page

(11 July 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

7a, 46

Circulate report on Highways and role

D Massey

05/09

In progress

 

 

Item & page

(10 Oct 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

6d, 61

Investigate Wayleaves charging to provide report for future

Clerk

30/11

In progress

 

Item & page

(14 Nov 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

7b, 70

Arrange for purchase of a pallet of salt

Chairman

10/12

In progress

9b3, 71

Investigate sharps service with local hospitals.

S Smale

10/12

In progress

9h, 72

Arrange a meeting to discuss outstanding items for AMB

Chairman

30/11

COMPLETE

 

Item & page

(12 Dec 2011)

Action

Who

Date by

Result

5b, 76

Circulate syllabus for training course

P Kerry

31/12

COMPLETE

6a, 77

Investigate possible signs for grit bins

Clerk

31/12

In progress

7f, 77

Send Parish Council response to Post Office consultation

Clerk

12/12

COMPLETE

9d, 78

Follow up donation

S Smale

31/12

 

9h, 78

Propose meeting with Police

Clerk

31/12

COMPLETE

9a, 78

Investigate insurance options for car park

Clerk

31/12

In progress

9a, 78

Investigate investment options for car park funds

Clerk

31/12

In progress

9j, 78

Send letter to Surrey Hills

Clerk

12/12

COMPLETE