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September 2022 Agenda

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Barrington Parish Council

 To members of the Council:

You are hereby summoned to attend a Meeting of the Parish Council of Barrington Parish Council to be held in the Village Hall on Thursday 8th September 2022 at 7.30pm for the purpose of transacting the business below.

The Public and Press are invited to attend.

BWhitehouse

parishclerk@barringtonparishcouncil.gov.uk
Tel 01223 845328                                                                                                                                              3/9/2022

Agenda for Parish Council meeting – September 8th 2022

 

  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 mins)
  4. To approve the Minutes of the last Parish Council meeting held on Thursday 11th August the draft Minutes are attached. (5mins)
  5. To take CCC (Cambridge County Council), SCDC (South Cambs District Council) and Clerk reports (15 mins)

Matters Arising – (2 mins)

 

Items for consideration

  1. Finance (20 mins) Cllr Walker
    a) To approve the payment of accounts listed below and to approve any further invoices presented to Council that are not in the schedule (if any):

 

 

V/N Inv Description Supplier Amount
99 Bank Charges Lloyds May 2022 Lloyds Bank          7.00
100 Bank Charges Lloyds June 2022 Lloyds Bank          7.00
101 Bank Charges Unity Trust  April – June Unity Trust Bank        18.00
102 Bank Charges Unity Trust S106  April – June Unity Trust Bank        19.65
103 Electricity Charges Southern Electric      191.06
104 Haslingfield Road, Barrington – s.106 Deed of Variation to 07 July 2022 Mills and Reeve      354.00
105-112 Staff- Pay, NI HMRC, home working allowance, pension 1829.41
113 Electricity Charges Southern Electric      196.34
114- 121 Staff- Pay, NI HMRC, home working allowance, pension 1801.37
122 INV-2025 Tree Survey identify hazard trees and provide details of any necessary remedial work recommendations required within 12 months alongside an annotated site plan (2022). Hallwood Associates Ltd 504.00
123 SI-1739 Cut of sports field 8/7 Herts & Cambs 144.00
124 SI-1740 Ranger duties for June 22 12 hours x £16.50 Herts & Cambs      237.60
125 SI-1751 Playground inspection 8/7 Herts & Cambs      114.00
126 SI-1799 Ranger duties 11 hours @ £16.50 Herts & Cambs      217.80
127 SI-1804 Cut of Sports field 12/8 Herts & Cambs      144.00
128 SI-1815 Lower trunk fallen on hedge from damaged tree and clear tree up and leave tidy Herts & Cambs      348.00
129 SI-1816 Repair safety surface on swings (temp repair) Herts & Cambs        48.00
130 SI-1816 Repair damaged platform on zip wire install timbers to

strengthen

Herts & Cambs      336.00
131 SI-1817 Cut piece of land behind bowls club as discussed BW Herts & Cambs      552.00
132-134 SI843645 Topsy jubilee bin jubilee green c/w lock,p/liner & gold band -324.99

Phoenix seat c/w brown enviropol slats – 531.81

Lowther seat (black) c/w brown enviropol slats – 666.51

Glasdon  1,827.97
136 3421 –          1 Day Councillor Training – Delivered Via Zoom – 7th, 14th and 21st June 2022 CAPALC        75.00
136 3506 1 Day Councillor Training – Delivered Via

Zoom – 23rd July 202

CAPALC      150.00
137 2022/23 Annual Lease play area THE GREEN CHARITY      150.00
138 L5304 Destroy a wasp nest in the village

childrens play area.

Aim Pest Control Ltd        84.00
139 12930 Annual support cost The Community HeartBeat Trust        61.20
140 241436 Project Name ENN20387 Barrington PC Missing parts on unit KOMPAN Ltd      747.26
141 1760 Cut of Glebe Road areas, Cut of Sports Field, and Cut of Main  12/7Green Herts & Cambs      468.00
142 1761 Cut of Sports Field 7/7 Herts & Cambs      144.00
143 1846 Cut new field a second time Herts & Cambs      360.00
144 1847 Repairs to play equipment over the past few weeks as per instructions, materials provided Herts & Cambs  1,356.00
145 1862 Cut of Sports Field 26/8 Herts & Cambs      144.00
146 1863 Ranger duties ( bins, school path, clear debris, culverts) 14.50 hours @ £16.50 per hour Herts & Cambs      287.10
147-49 Expenses Safety Tape no adhesive x2, hazard warning tape and mileage Clerk 76.77
150 Lloyds bank Charges July and August Lloyds Bank        14.00

 

b) Balances and Bank Reconciliation.

Unity Trust 257,358.09
Lloyds 166,895.40
CBS 1,500.00
Unity Trust s106 -50.75
Total 425,702.74

 

c) Review of budget 2022/23 to date.

d) Bank Signatories – update

7.Trees (10 mins) clerk. Quotes attached for info
a) to consider quote for work in woodland no work has been carried out there this year.
b) to consider the annual tree survey

  1. To consider quotes for works requited in the Challis Green Play Area. (10mins) Clerk. Quotes attached for info.
  2. a) Wet pour repairs ££1660.00
    b) Slide mound repairs
    £1460.00
    c) Turf around BMX ramps
    £280.00
  3. Planning (20 mins) Cllr Kemp

To note. After the two drop-in sessions for residents to view and comment on the proposed cycle route from Chapel Hill to Foxton Railway Station the following comments were submitted in response to 21/04524/S73 Variations of conditions for Redrow with respect to the proposed Cycle Route

Cycle Route. Feedback from the Drop-In sessions regarding the cycle route was generally supportive of the actual route and interested in the details.

One idea raised that part of the cycle way could go down Malthouse Way where there is existing lighting.

However, the Parish Council understands that separating cyclists from traffic is likely the paramount concern and this deflection of the route could bring cyclists and traffic in conflict.

BPC therefore supports the proposed route – subject to further discussion and clarification of the final details – as indicated below:

Specific points include:

Safety. The Barriers need to prevent motorcycles. The single bollard guarding the entrance from Glebe Road did not appear sufficient to prevent motor cycles from using the stretch beside the wood and Heslerton Way (and beyond) as a racetrack or “playground” for young bikers.

Stricter measures are needed at both ends of this stretch.

However, the obstructions need to be removable to allow access to the track for machinery such as tree pruning equipment, and perhaps snow clearing equipment in the winter.

Signage at the Glebe Road crossing.  The placement of some signs and their size may cause driveway visibility problems. Are these sited on the correct side of the road for the traffic direction?  Lighting at this point needs improvement – the whole area is very poorly lit.

Crossings – at the Foxton end of the route there would still be difficulties crossing the A10 to get to the station and accessibility to the current A10 cycle paths.

Could there be provision of cycle racks on the “safe” side of the A10 not the station side. Crossing the A10 to the station would then be as pedestrians not cyclists.

Separation. Are walkers allowed / enabled to use the route? If so how is the safety of both pedestrians and cyclists to be addressed?

Amenity. Lighting – was discussed at great length and the devil is in the detail. A balance is required between safety and not being intrusive for residents – particularly behind Bendyshe Way and Malthouse Way. Low level lighting being preferred in the main.

 Conservation There are badgers active along the route behind Malthouse Way, not just at the points indicated on the drawings – were these included in the survey and have these been assessed?

Maintenance. The route itself, lighting and signage will all need maintenance – is this budgeted for by the Highways Authority?

To consider

i). 22/0948/TTCA
Proposal: T1: Dead Ash Pollard – removal/monolith to hedge height 2m
T2: Wild Plum – 3m crown reduction
T3: Crab Apple – 1.5m reduction in height
Site address: 8 West Green Barrington Cambridgeshire
Public Access link: https://applications.greatercambridgeplanning.org/online-applications/PLAN/22/0948/TTCA

ii). 22/0952/TTCA
Proposal: T1 Beech – reduce height by 3m and spread by 2m with the view of reshaping the crown to be more aesthetically pleasing.
Reasons – to maintain trees shape and size for its location.
Site address: 65 High Street Barrington Cambridgeshire
Public Access link: https://applications.greatercambridgeplanning.org/online-applications/PLAN/22/0952/TTCA

iii). 22/03499/LBC and 22/03498/HFUL
Proposal: Two storey rear extension
Site address: 27 High Street Barrington Cambridgeshire
Reference: 22/03498/HFUL
Public Access Link: https://applications.greatercambridgeplanning.org/online-applications/PLAN/22/03498/HFUL
iv). Proposal: Erection of 113 dwellings (re-plan of northern parcel of development site for an increase of 37 dwellings above approved scheme ref: S/3485/18/RM).
Site address: Former Barrington Cement Works Haslingfield Road Barrington
Reference: 21/04087/FUL
Public Access link: https://applications.greatercambridgeplanning.org/online-applications/PLAN/21/04087/FUL

v) 22/03597/S106A
Proposal: Modification of planning obligations contained in a Section 106 Agreement dated 27 October 2016 made between South Cambridgeshire District Council (1) Cambridgeshire County Council (2) and Cemex UK Opertions Limited (3) was varied by a Deed of Variation dated 21st April 2022 made between South Cambs DC (1) Cambridgeshire County Council (2) Cemex UK Operations Limited (3) Redrow Homes Limited (4) relating to Development of land known as the former Cemex Cement works, Haslingford Road, Barrington. Outline Planning permission S/2365/14/OL as varied by S73 planning permission S/0057/17/VC
Site address: Barrington Cement Plant Haslingfield Road Barrington
Public Access Link: https://applications.greatercambridgeplanning.org/online-applications/PLAN/22/03597/S106A

All Saints Garden Redrow (5 mins) Cllr Rhodes-Kemp
a) Occupancy numbers

11. S106 Responsibilities and timeline – August 2022 (15mins) Cllr Rhodes -Kemp, All

12.To consider the amenity area (10 mins) Cllr Rhodes-Kemp

 13.Challis Green Pond report from volunteers (10 mins) Cllr Rhodes-Kemp

14. Reports: to be taken as read

a.QE11 woodland and Community Orchard
b. Footpaths
c. Ditches – an update after the lorry reversed into the ditch on West Green. Council to note the annual ditch walk will be planned for later in the month.
d.  Play areas. Additionally, rabbits have dug some holes on the cricket green and the situation is going to be monitored.
e. Challis Green Pond – discussed in item 11
f. Traffic Management – The Clerk and Cllr Anscombe will be meeting with a Highways Officer to review the final pole locations for the MVAS.
g. Green Charity

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