April 2021 Parish Council Agenda

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Barrington Parish Council

To members of the Council:
You are hereby summoned to attend a meeting of Barrington Parish Council
Via ZOOM on Thursday 22nd April 2021 at 7.30pm for the purpose of transacting the business below.

The Public and Press are invited to attend.

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Agenda for
Full Parish Council Meeting – April 22
nd 2021

1. Apologies welcomes and introductions. (2mins)

2. Declarations of Interest and dispensations (2mins)

3. Public Forum
To allow any member of the public to address the Council. This session is to last no more than 15

4. To approve the Minutes of the last Parish Council meeting held on Tuesday 16th March 2021. A
draft copy of the Minutes is attached.

5. To take CCC (Cambridge County Council), SCDC (south Cambs District Council) and Clerk reports
(15 mins)

Matters Arising – (2 mins)

16/03/21 6 Finance e. Utility Aid electricity quotesthere was a problem with the original contract,
but this was sorted out by Utility Aid and a cheaper yearly quote obtained and accepted.

16/02/21 13. Planning 2. East West Rail (Now East West Main Line) the signs EWR have been
purchased and erected.

Items for consideration

6. Finance (20 mins)
a. To approve the payments listed below.

Voucher Description Supplier Total
221 Street Lighting Sothern Electric 312.64
222 Bank Charge Unity Trust Bank 18.00
223 Bank Charge Lloyds Bank 7.00
1 Tablet for speed watch:
Expense Claim
Reimbursement 110.00
2 Clean ditch from H Way to main
Herts & Cambs Ground
Maintenance Services
3 Remove damaged Culvert
rebuild new with sand bag
Herts & Cambs Ground
Maintenance Services
4 Cut and strim of sports field Herts & Cambs Ground
Maintenance Services
5 Playground Inspection Herts & Cambs Ground
Maintenance Services
6 Cut of Glebe Road areas, Sports
Field, and Main Green
Herts & Cambs Ground
Maintenance Services
7 CAPALC Affiliation fee CAPALC 387.58
8 CAPALC Data Protection Officer
Membership Scheme
CAPALC 50.00
9 Payroll services TO 5 April 2021 Red Shoes Accounting Services 59.40
10 Haslingfield Road, Barrington –
s.106 Deed of Variation 11 Feb
21 to 09 Mar 21
Mills and Reeve 1,996.20
11 Leaflets – 500 Flyers [A5 –
210mm x 148]
Reimbursement to clerk 41.90
12 Signage Boards Reimbursement to clerk 196.74
13 Salaries, PAYE, Pension Staff 1,646.35
Total 7,123.81

b. Balances and Bank Reconciliation.

Unity Trust Bank £32,655.95
Lloyds £90,795.30
CBS £ 1,500.00

Total £124,951.25

Total in reconciled accounts

Unity Trust Bank £30,681.79
Lloyds £83,940.90
CBS £ 1,500.00

Total £116,122.69 as agrees with AGAR Annual Return

c. Review of the 2020/21 end of year Figures and Asset Register – as attached

d. To consider the Annual Governance Statement: To Approve the Accounting Statements

e. To consider the Annual Governance Statement: To Sign the Annual Accounting Statements

f. To consider supporting the Barrington Car Scheme. It has been proposed that the Parish Council
support mobile phone provision. Details are attached for information.

7. Policies – as attached (10 mins)
The Public Accessibility Statement these are generally required for funding applications
Complaints Procedure
Lone worker
Training and Development
Accident Book Record – all cllrs should have access to it and be able to pass on if necessary

8. Progress report on recruiting residents to working parties and succession planning (10 mins)

9. Website report, Facebook Page Update and consideration of forming a working group (15 mins)
Cllr Hopewell – please see details attached.

10. S106 update – Cllr Rhodes-Kemp (10 mins)

11. Reports: The following reports have already been circulated and taken as read. (5mins)

a. QE11 woodland and Community Orchard Cllr McBride
QE11 Woodland – No volunteer activity yet. Good to see families having picnics in there over half
Community orchard
Young fruit trees have now been planted – apples, gages, a plum and a
medlar. Blackcurrants, red and white currants, gooseberries and a thornless blackberry have also
been added and more will follow. All trees and bushes are small, as this is the best way to ensure
strong future growth, and all have been well protected against unwanted interest from wildlife while
they are so young. Mulching with bark will continue and a seating area is planned for the centre.

Children at the school have already been introduced to the orchard with a talk, during which they
were asked what they would like to grow. The older children have been invited to use the orchard
as an outside classroom and younger years will visit for Forest school.

b. Footpaths – Cllr Day
c. Ditches – Cllr Bird
i. Inspection of ditches carried out within the last week.
ii. Justin has completed work on clearing the roadside ditch between the Royal Oak drain and Mill
Lane as planned. The operation revealed a broken culvert head opposite the path to the pavilion.
iii. This has now been repaired and rendered safe. At the same time an old manhole cover nearby
was removed to reveal a blocked entrance from a drain leading from the patch of the green between
No 2 West Green and the High Street. This was cleared by Justin on his own initiative but it does
indicate that all the partially hidden manhole covers should be opened and their contents inspected.
A task for this year.
iv. The stump by No 20 West Green was not removed as the contractors did not have the
appropriate equipment. It is not an urgent condition and poses no threat of flooding.
d. Play ar
eas – Cllr Day and to include the inspection reports and consideration of new sand for the
under 5’s play area.
e. Challis Green Pond –Cllr Rhodes-Kemp
f. Traffic Management (including traffic calming) and Speed watch Report – Cllr Kemp, Rhodes-Kemp
and Walker. Including the consideration of engaging a traffic management consultant.

g. Green Charity – Cllr Day
h. Early Years provision – Cllr Rhodes-Kemp

12. Highway Issues – reporting of any issues or updates (5 mins)

13. Consideration of Neighbourhood Watch Scheme coordination Cllr Rhodes-Kemp (5 mins)

14. Planning (30 mins)

a) Conservation Area Appraisal – update Cllr Kemp

b) Local Plan and Thakeham update following the recent SWACG meeting (Cllrs Kemp and Walker)

c) East West Mainline (formerly East West Rail) update – Cllr Bird

Council to note:

Planning Inspectorate APP/W0530/W/20/3258392: 7 Back Lane, CB22 7RF (S/4518/19/FL) for the
demolition of a bungalow and the erection of 2 new dwellings and works to the existing road.

The appeal was dismissed the main issues were:
The effect of the development upon the character and appearance on Barrington Conservation Area
The effect of the development upon the character and appearance of nearby listed buildings

21/00066/FUL 7 West Green Barrington Application refused.
Demolition of an existing dwelling/house and outbuildings and the erection of 2 No.
dwelling/houses together with a single garage associated with each dwelling.

For info Only
Proposal: Submission of details required by condition 3 (Surface Water & Foul Drainage), 4 (External
Materials), 5 (Boundary Treatments), 6 (10% Carbon Emissions) and 7 (Water Consumption) of
planning permission S/1767/19/FL
Site address: 8 High Street Barrington Cambridge
Public Access link:

Proposal: Submission of details required by Condition 13 (Contamination, Investigation and
Remediation Strategy) of planning permission 20/02528/S73
Site address: Barrington Cement Plant Haslingfield Road Barrington

Proposal: Submission of details required by condition 4 (Windows) of consent
Site address: 20 West Green Barrington CB22 7SA

Proposal: Reduce Crown of large Sycamore in corner of garden. Remove low level branches to even
out the shape and remove dead ivy
Site address: 1 High Street Barrington CB22 7QX has made no comments.

d) To consider

1. 21/00908/HFUL
Proposal: Alterations to doors and windows, porch to North elevation and replacement flat roof to
Site address: 2 Mill Lane Barrington CB22 7QY
Comments required by 22nd April

2. 21/01002/HFUL
Proposal: Erection of 3 no. Outbuildings including a Pool, Pool House, Hot-tub Area and Greenhouse
(Part retrospective).
Site address: Jensview 39A West Green Barrington
Comments required by 28th April

3. 21/01025/HFUL
Proposal: Erection of a gym in the rear garden
Site address: 1 Rhee Meadows Barrington CB22 7GA
Comments required by 29th April

4. 21/00883/FUL
Proposal: Erection of a new dwelling.
Site address: Church Meadows Haslingfield Road Barrington
Comments required by 4th May

5. 21/01474/S73
Proposal: Variation of condition 2 (reserved matters details) pursuant to planning application
20/02528/S73 (Variation of conditions 2 (Reserved matters), 5 (Construction Environment
Management Plan and a Construction Method Statement), 6 (Airborne Dust), 7 (Site waste
management plan), 8 (Tree protection measures), 9 (Boundary Treatment), 10 (Siting and design of
the screened storage for refuse), 14 (Renewable energy statement), 15 (Contamination), 16 (Noise
insulation scheme or noise mitigation Strategy), 19 (Surface water drainage scheme), 20 (Surface
water), 21 (Remediation Statement – Contamination), 22 (Scheme for disposal for surface water), 24
(Visibilty splays), 26 (Recording of Industrial Heritage), 27 (Foul water solution), 28 (Archaelogical
works) and 29 (Fire hydrants) pursuant to planning permission S/0057/17/VC)
Site address: Barrington Cement Works Haslingfield Road Barrington
Comments required by 4th May