AGENDA FOR THE NEXT PARISH COUNCIL MEETING

Meeting of Carbrooke Parish Council

A meeting of Carbrooke Parish Council will be held in the Village Hall at 7pm on Monday 11 December 2017.

Carbrooke Parish Council welcomes the public and press to its meetings. The public press are able to address the Council during the Public Participation session. The law does not permit members of the public and press to take part in the debates.

AGENDA

1. To receive and approve apologies for absence

2. To receive declarations of interest from Members and to consider requests for

dispensations. (Members are invited to declare disclosable pecuniary interests and

other interests in items on the agenda as required by the Carbrooke Parish Council

Code of Conduct for Members and by the Localism Act 2011.)

3. To confirm the minutes of the meeting held on 13 November 2017

4. To receive any matters arising from the minutes (for information only)

5. To adjourn the meeting for Public Participation

6. Finance

a. To receive the Council’s Current Balances

b. To approve the following payments in accordance with the budget

Veolia, Direct Debit, waste collection at Village Hall, £85.44

Veolia, Direct Debit, waste collection at Blenheim Grange, £33.50

N Hartley, clerk’s salary and overtime November 2017, £672.20

Thinking Rural, payroll services, £12

Carbrooke PCC, use of the church for November Parish Council meeting, £13

Wensum Valley Electrical Ltd, electrical safety report and works to Community Cabin,

£492

M Wormall, reimbursement for purchase of litter picker for use at Blenheim Grange,

£14.99

Mansfield Fencing, put up cupboard in Community Cabin and install Christmas tree

outside the church, £75

Ross Halsey Electrical, install Christmas tree lights, £283.20

Anglian Water, water bill for Community Cabin, £42.32

EDF Energy, electricity bill for Community Cabin, £17.49

2upLtd, newsletter and maintenance of village website, £100

c. To receive a report of Actual Expenditure to Budgeted Expenditure

7. To note the appointment of PKF Littlejohn as the Council’s External Auditor for

2017/18

8. To consider the establishment of a separate Parish Council website

9. To consider whether to have a Parish Council Facebook page

10. To consider whether to continue to produce a hard copy of the village newsletter

11. To consider a response to the Wayland Partnership regarding the Parish Council not

making a donation in 2018/19 toward the Partnership’s running costs

12. To consider the transfer of the Bottle Bank outside the Village Hall to the Millennium

Green Trust

13. To consider making a formal request for an outside power source at the Village Hall

14. To consider the maintenance of the bus shelter at Broadmoor Road

15. To consider ways to improve/refurbish the bus shelter at Broadmoor Road

16. To consider the establishment of a Parish Council award for community work to be

presented at Carbrooke Primary School

17. Planning

a. Breckland Council decisions

Mr & Mrs Chapman, land at Meadow Lane 3PL/2017/1248/F

Two new residential dwellings Approved

Broadland Housing Group, former RAF Watton Technical site, Norwich Road

3PL/2017/1095/F

Erection of three dwellings Approved

Broadland Housing Association, former RAF Watton Technical site, Norwich Road

3PL/2017/1094/VAR

Variation of condition 2 on 3PL/2009/0274/D – Reserved matters for 29 dwellings Site

A Approved

b. Application to be considered

Co-Dunkall Ltd, Woodland House, Norwich Road 3PL/2017/1350/F

Storage building – amended plans

18. To consider making a request to Watton Town Council to pay for a crossing point at

the junction of Norwich Road and Washington Drive

19. To consider the appointment of a tree surveyor to survey the trees near Sunderland

Close

20. To consider cutting back saplings at the front of Blenheim Grange and improving the

area

21. To note that payment in respect of the maintenance of the Open Spaces at Blenheim

Grange in 2018/19 will come from the Commuted Sum

22. To receive representatives’ reports

23. To consider correspondence

24. To receive a report on General Data Protection Regulations

25. To consider the appointment of a Data Protection Officer

26. To consider adopting a General Data Protection Regulations policy

27. To consider adopting an Openness and Transparency Policy

28. To receive items for inclusion on the agenda for the next meeting

29. To confirm the date and time of the next Parish Council meeting – Monday 11

January 2018 in the Blenheim Grange Community Cabin

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Parish Clerk: Nick Hartley                                                                     Tel: 01362 687492

Parish Office                                                   Email:carbrookeparishclerk@gmail.com

Oakleigh House,                                               Website:carbrookeonline.co.uk

Shipdham Lane, 

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