ST BRIAVELS PARISH COUNCIL

MINUTES OF COUNCIL MEETING HELD IN ST BRIAVELS ASSEMBLY ROOMS

ON 10 FEBRUARY 2014 AT 1900

[These minutes remain in draft form until approved at a subsequent meeting of the Council]

 

PRESENT

 

Cllrs A Carss (Chairman), M Bird, P Chivers, C McFarling, D Rees, G Walker (from 2000), A Joyce & A Thomas.

FODDC Cllr T Hale.  4 members of the public.

22         APOLOGIES

 

Cllr P Molyneux – attending the Performance and Value For Money Scrutiny Committee meeting at the District Council.

 

Cllr Walker – late arrival due to attendance at Governors’ meeting.

 

23         DECLARATION OF INTERESTS

 

All members declared an Other Interest as the applicant – see minutes 30.1.3, 30.1.4 and 30.1.5

 

Cllr Joyce declared an Other Interest as a trustee of St Briavels Assembly Rooms – see minute 37

 

24         DISPENSATION REQUESTS    

 

None

 

25         MINUTES OF MEETING HELD 13 JANUARY 2014

 

It was resolved that the minutes be approved and they were signed by the Chairman.

 

26         MATTERS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MEETING NOT ON AGENDA

 

26.1      Cllr Carss has spoken with Mr Davis and Mr Owens and the clerk had contacted previous clerks Ms Saddington, Mr Hooper and Mr Kent but no further information regarding the missing minutes had come to light.

26.2      Cllr Chivers reported that three quotes had been obtained and the cheapest quote was from Abbey Tree services at £1,340 plus VAT.  It was resolved that the clerk should accept the quote from Abbey Tree Services and works to be instructed once planning permission granted.

 

Action – Clerk to accept the quote for Tump tree work.

Action 14/2.26.2 – New

Clerk

26.3      Re Recycling Banks : Cllr Carss raised this at the Pavilions AGM but further info required. Cllr Carss will continue to explore the possibility of siting recycling banks at the Pavilion.  The surgery is not practical as gates are locked outside of surgery opening hours.

26.4      Cllr Carss read a letter which had been received from Gloucestershire Highways post visit by Cllr Hale advising that it was not possible to reduce the speed limits on the main roads in the parish as this wouldn’t be supported, or enforceable by, the Police.  Highways indicated that a pedestrian refuge was a possibility but they would need information on the bus stops and number of pedestrians crossing the roads at certain points.  Re the signage at the Trow Green junction : Highways consider this is appropriate but Councillors were concerned about the lack of HGV route signs.

 

Action – Cllr Carss to contact Brian Watkins re pedestrian refuge, information on the bus stops, number of pedestrians crossing the roads at certain points and the lack of HGV signage at the Trow Green junction.

Action 14/2.26.4 – New

Cllr Carss

 

Action – Cllr Carss to contact Cllr Vernon Smith at Gloucestershire County Council about the response received from Brian Watkins and with Richard Crighton about the possibility of monitoring traffic speeds.

Action 14/2.26.4 – New

Cllr Carss

 

Action – Brian Watkins to be invited to a future meeting.

Action 14/2.26.4 – New

Clerk

 

27         PUBLIC QUESTIONS

 

Standing Orders suspended    

 

27.1      A member of the public estimated that between £10,000 and £12,000 would be available for the community from the St Briavels Wind Turbine Community Fund this calendar year.  These were not official figures, but were based on his own calculations.    There was some discussion as to whether the Parish Council could apply for a grant from this fund.  Cllr Rees commented that the fund should not be used as an extra revenue stream for the Parish Council but that the funds were available to community groups.

27.2      A member of the public asked about the traffic lights on the Mork to Stowe Road.  Cllr Hale explained this this was due to a landslip which is awaiting repair.

27.3      A member of the public expressed concern about trees overhanging the highway at Cockshoot Hill, Highways are aware but nothing has been done.  Not clear who owns the land between Lower Meend and Cockshoot Hill.  Cllr McFarling reported that the road surface is also breaking away in places and the bollards are not safe.  Brian Watkins is aware of this problem.

 

Action Clerk to investigate ownership of the land.

Action 14/2.27.3 – New

Clerk

 

28         REPORT FROM COUNTY COUNCILLOR

 

Not present

 

29         REPORT FROM DISTRICT COUNCILLORS

 

29.1      Cllr Hale reported on:

  • Quarterly Performance report for Oct-Dec will be reported to Cabinet on 13 February.
  • A public exhibition had been held setting out plans for the new college, spine road, leisure and commercial facilities at the Cinderford Northern Quarter.
  • A grant of £300,000 had been secured from the Lottery Reaching Communities Fund and a Local Transport Co-ordinator has been appointed.
  • In December Coleford became the first area in the district to have access to faster broadband.  It is hoped that other areas will be joined by the end of 2014 through the Fastershire Project.
  • On 20 December 2013 judgment was given in the Southend Lane case.  The District Council’s challenge was unsuccessful and the planning permission stands.
  • Planning permission has been granted for a new supermarket in Cinderford.
  • Defibrillator had been used successfully at a District Council Leisure Centre.
  • A seminar on the impact of wind turbines had attracted 45 attendees.
  • 3 Affordable Homes per day were delivered in the district during 2013.
  • A successful prosecution for a dog fouling offence had been brought against a Sling resident with a fine of £150 imposed together with costs of £220.
  • As part of the Health and Well-being strategy the District Council is looking at what can be done to target problem areas such as obesity, premature death, diabetes and alcohol related health problems.
  • Cllr Hale agreed to speak with District Council Street Wardens about monitoring the problem of dog fouling in the parish.

 

Action – Cllr Hale to speak with the Street Wardens

Action 14/2.29.1 – New

Cllr Hale

 

29.2      Cllr Thomas reported that:

  • Gloucestershire County Council had contacted the District Council about quarries in the district.  The response of the District Council had been that it wishes to safeguard this area.  This is something the Parish Council needs to be aware of as future applications may come forward.

 

30         PLANNING

 

30.1      FODDC – Applications received:

 

 

LPA Ref / applicant

Location

Proposal

Response

30.1.1 P0001/14/FUL

Mr & Mrs L Tate

Brockweir: Wye Valley Barn, The Common, Brockweir Alteration and refurbishment of barn (previously used ancillary to the occupation of Hill Farm Barn) to facilitate conversion to a single dwelling house

 

Object

Concern that a trench has been dug through Offas Dyke and that should be fully investigated.  No development should take place until these issues are resolved.

 

Support the comment made by Mr & Mrs Morgan that the application should be reconsidered by the Planning Committee.  The Parish Council also has a responsibility to uphold the Management Plan of the AONB and the status of this needs to be looked at stringently.

 

A site visit by officers is essential to appreciate the impact of the proposed development on the AONB.

30.1.2 P0068/14/TCA

Mrs L Jones

St Briavels: The Old Vicarage, Church Street, St Briavels Felling of 1 x Mountain Ash tree, 1 x Conifer shrub, 1 x Conifer tree and 1 x Cedar tree and pollarding of 1 x Willow tree at The Old Vicarage No objection – the works are necessary.
30.1.3 P0142/14/TPO

St Briavels Parish Council

St Briavels: 6 Lodge Gardens, Church Street Felling of 2 x Sycamore trees covered by G5 of TPO23 Noted
30.1.4 P0168/14/TCA St Briavels: Cinderhill House, Cinder Hill Felling of 5 x Sycamore trees at Cinderhill House Noted
30.1.5 P0167/14/TCA St Briavels:  Hillcot House, Cinder Hill Reduction of 3 x Cypress trees to 6m, reduction of 2 x Sycamore trees to a height of 5m and removal of 2 x Sycamore trees Noted

 

31         FINANCE

 

31.1      ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT:  it was resolved that the following accounts be paid:

 

Inv

Ref

Chq

No

Payee

Purpose

Auth

Amount

VAT

Cheque value

13/63 001347 St Briavels Assembly Rooms Ltd Filing cabinet storage 01.12.13 to 01.12.14 LGA 1972 s.134(34)

100.00

100.00

13/64 001348 L J Weaver February salary

Travel
Expenses

Allowances (Jan/Feb)

LGA 1972 s.112(2)

LG(FP)A 1963 s.5

LG(FP)A 1963 s.5

LG(FP)A 1963 s.5

424.15

18.00

57.57

52.00

3.76

555.48

13/65 001349 HMRC Deductions LGA 1972 s.112(2)

106.00

106.00

13/66 001350 Getmapping Plc Annual subscription to ParishOnline mapping service LGA 1972 s.111

20.00

4.00

24.00

TOTALS

777.72

7.76

785.48

 

31.2      There was discussion about maps of the parish available for public use.  Cllr McFarling advised that Gloucestershire County Council hold maps indicating the extent of land in their ownership in the Parish.  The Clerk was asked to obtain copies of these maps from Gloucestershire County Council.

 

Action – Clerk to obtain maps from GCC.

Action 14/2.31.2 – New

Clerk

31.3      Cllr Thomas asked if a link to mapping websites could be put on the PC website and in Village News. Cllr Carss explained that maps were available at Google Maps (https://maps.google.co.uk) or Google Earth (http://earth.google.co.uk)

 

Action – Cllr Chivers to provide a link to online mapping services on the PC website.

Action 14/2.31.3– New

Cllr Chivers

32         DOG FOULING OPPOSITE THE SCHOOL

 

32.1      Cllr Rees advised that complaints had been made by a number of parents regarding dog fouling on land outside the school.  Councillors asked that he highlight this problem by writing an article for the Village News.

32.2      Cllr Bird advised that dog fouling was also an ongoing problem on the playing fields and on East Street.  The possibility of a Dog Control Order will be discussed further at the March meeting, this had previously been put on hold due to pending changes in the legislation.

 

Action – Cllr Rees to write an article for the Village News.

Action 14/2.32.1 – New

Cllr Rees

 

32.3      It was further agreed that Cllr Rees would liaise with Cllr Hale and the District Council Street Wardens to see what can be done to resolve this problem.

 

Action – Cllr Rees to contact Cllr Hale and the Street Wardens

Action 14/2.32.3 – New

Cllr Rees

 

33         INTERMENT OF REMAINS OF NON-RESIDENTS IN THE CEMETERY

 

33.1      Cllr Rees presented the St Briavels Cemetery Flow Chart which he had prepared based on the current policy.  It was explained that residents have a right to be buried in the cemetery but that this is discretionary where the person was not resident in the parish at the date of death.

33.2      The decision on non-resident burials has been delegated to the clerk previously and the Flow Chart now produced will assist.  It was agreed that the clerk would liaise with Cllr Rees if assistance was required in making a decision on a non-resident burial.

33.3      The clerk was asked to forward a copy of the Flow Chart to local undertakers and Cllr Chivers agreed to publish this on the Parish Council’s website also.

 

Action – Clerk to provide a copy of the St Briavels Cemetery Flow Chart to local undertakers.

Action 14/2.33.3 – New

Clerk

33.4      Cllr Chivers also agreed to publish the Flow Chart on the Parish Council’s website.

 

Action – Cllr Chivers to publish the St Briavels Cemetery Flow Chart on the website.

Action 14/2.33.4 – New

Cllr Chivers

 

34         TREES ON HIGHWAYS LAND IN THE PARISH

 

34.1      Cllr Carss referred to the advice note circulated by the clerk and read two emails dated 7 February sent by Brian Watkins in which Highways accepted that they are responsible for the maintenance of, and liable for, trees on land in their ownership.

34.2      Cllr McFarling considered that Highways should be asked if they would pollard the silver birch trees on Barrowell Lane rather than felling them as there was concern that trees would be felled unnecessarily.  It was agreed that the clerk should write to the Highways Aboriculturalist asking that they consider pollarding the silver birch trees.

 

Action – Clerk to write to Gloucestershire Highways

Action 14/2.34.2 – New

Clerk

 

35         REGISTERING THE PLAYING FIELD AS A VILLAGE GREEN

 

35.1      Cllr Rees explained that recent changes in legislation meant that it was no longer possible to register land as a village green to thwart development.  He felt that the Parish Council should look to protect this valuable amenity land now, whilst it still can.  As the Parish Council owns the land it is entitled to apply for registration as a village green.

35.2      Cllr Carss queried what effect registration would have on planning, for example if a play area was to be installed or if the Pavilion wanted to extend their building or tennis courts.  It was also asked whether it would be possible to use the land for parking if it was registered as a village green.

35.3      Cllr Rees agreed to explore this further and report back to the next meeting.

35.4      Cllr McFarling explained that in the Parish Plan the possibility of creating some additional parking spaces for the village had been identified and using part of the playing field for this was one option.

35.5      Cllr Walker explained her understanding that the playing field was already registered as a playing field and, if this is correct, then it should already be protected from development.

35.6      Cllr Chivers expressed concern that applying to register the land now would constrain the possible uses of the land for a future Parish Council.

 

Action – Cllr Rees to consider the issues raised and report back to the next meeting.

Action 14/2.35.3 – New

Cllr Rees

 

36         PARKING ISSUES

 

36.1      Cllr Chivers explained that the Parish Plan identified parking as one of the key issues and he was concerned that no progress had been made in this respect.  A volunteer was requested to establish a working group to identify the parking issues.

36.2      Cllr Rees explained that parking on the High Street is a particular issue due to the number of cars and lack of garages/drives.  Cllr Carss commented that there was a need to explore possible alternative areas for parking.

36.3      It was agreed that this would be a lot of work for one person to take on and Cllr Chivers agreed that input from residents was needed and also representatives from other organisations such as the school.

36.4      Cllr McFarling agreed to put car parking on the agenda for the next Asset Managers Group meeting and to explore the potential of an area of parking being provided at the end of the playing fields.

 

Action – Cllr McFarling to raise car parking at the next meeting of the Asset Managers Group

Action 14/2.36.4 – New

Cllr McFarling

 

37         GRANT APPLICATIONS

 

37.1      Cllr Joyce declared an Other Interest and did not participate in discussion or the vote on this item.

37.2      Cllr Carss explained that this matter has been discussed at the January meeting but no decision could be made as the application was received too late to be added to the January agenda.  Cllr Carss then read a letter from the Trustees of the Assembly Rooms requesting a grant of £3,000 towards the cost of replacing the roof of the Assembly Rooms.  A quote had been received for £22,500 from a builder and £19,500 funding has been secured to date.  Members agreed to support this application and it was resolved that a grant of £3,000 be paid to the Trustees of the St Briavels Assembly Rooms.

37.3      The clerk explained that there were insufficient funds in the grant budget to pay this grant and that the balance of £1,566 would need to be vired from elsewhere.  It was resolved to vire £1,000 from the Parish Plan Admin budget and £566 from the Other Admin Expenses budget to enable the grant of £3,000 to be paid.

 

Action – Clerk to vire £1,566 to the grant budget and pay a grant of £3,000 to SBAR.

Action 14/2.37.2/3 – New

Clerk

38         LEAD COUNCILLOR REPORTS

 

38.1 Finance None
38.2 Governance Action – Cllr Rees to circulate the Risk Register for discussion at the March meeting

Action 14/2.38.2 – New

Cllr Rees

 

38.3 Staffing None
38.4 Footpaths None
38.5 Highways
  1. Cllr Carss referred to the advice note prepared by the clerk relating to liability for mud on highways.  Cllr Hale reported that Highways were speaking with the owner of the land about this issue and Park Lane should have been cleaned on 6 February.  However, this hadn’t been done and Cllr Hale agreed to pursue this with Highways.

 

Action – Cllr Hale to contact Highways

Action 14/2.38.5.1 – New

Cllr Hale

 

2. Cllr Carss expressed concern about the condition of East Street and the potholes which need repairing.  Cllr McFarling explained that there is also a pothole next to the manhole cover at Coldharbour, near the junction with Lower Road where the tarmac appears to be lifting due to water run-off.  The clerk was asked to contact Brian Watkins and request that Highways look at this.

 

Action – Clerk to contact Brian Watkins

Action 14/2.38.5.2 – New

Clerk

38.6 Planning None
38.7 Cemeteries None
38.8 Amenities Cllr Bird reported that a post has broken off one of the small bollards at the Tump.  It was agreed that she would get a quote for this to be repaired.

 

Action – Cllr Bird to obtain a quote for the works

Action 14/2.38.8 – New

Cllr Bird

38.9 Village Shop Due to Cllr Joyce’s position as a trustee of the Assembly Rooms it was agreed that Cllr Carss will liaise with Sue Davis and report back to the Parish Council monthly with progress.

 

39         CORRESPONDENCE

 

39.1      A flyer promoting a Housing Support Service had been received from the District Council and it was agreed that this should be published on the website.

 

Action – Cllr Chivers to publish Housing Support Service flyer on the website

Action 14/2.39.1 – New

Cllr Chivers

 

39.2      The clerk reported that she was having difficulties with Lloyds Bank as they do not have a record of the correct signatories and, at present only two councillors can sign cheques/authorise amendments to the account.  This seems to be a common problem with at least two other parish councils experiencing similar problems with Lloyds.  The clerk recommended that the Parish Council consider changing its bank and it was resolved that the clerk should investigate this further and report back to the next meeting.

 

Action – Clerk to investigate new banking facilities due to the poor service provided by Lloyds.

Action 14/2.39.2 – New

Clerk

 

39.3      A letter had been received from the War Memorial Trust inviting the Parish Council to submit a formal application.  Further information is required such as additional quotes, historical information, photos of the gates, details of ownership and planning permission/conservation area consent.  Cllr Thomas confirmed that the gate had always been painted black with a gold tip.  Cllr Bird holds the minute books detailing when the gate had been originally purchased.  It was agreed that Cllr Bird would assist the clerk in collating the information required to submit the application.

 

Action – Cllr Bird and Clerk to submit application for funding to the War Memorial Trust.

Action 14/2.39.3 – New

Clerk and Cllr Bird

 

40         MINOR MATTERS

 

40.1      It was agreed that in-house financial checks should be carried out every two months and that councillors would take it in turn to do these checks.  Cllr Chivers volunteered to carry out the first in-house check.

 

Action – Cllr Chivers to meet with the clerk and carry out an in-house financial check.

 

Action 14/2.40.1 – New

Cllr Chivers

 

40.2      Cllr Carss requested that the Clerk produce a roster including all councillors to enable the in-house financial checks to be completed.

 

Action – Clerk to produce a roster.

 

Action 14/2.40.2 – New

Clerk

40.3      Cllr Chivers has been asked whether the Parish Council could consider employing someone for a few hours per week to clean village, sweep the streets and clear drains.  As this is not a minor matter this will be added to the agenda for the March meeting.

40.4      Cllr Walker commented that the parish was untidy with weeds spreading onto the pavements, litter becoming caught in the weeds at the edges of pavements and gravel/debris building up on the road.  She felt that the District Council should be asked to carry out an additional clean.  Cllr Carss agreed that this could be discussed with Brian Watkins when he attends a parish council meeting.

 

41         PUBLIC COMMENT

A member of the public expressed surprise that councillors had agreed a grant to be paid when there were insufficient funds in the grant budget and asked whether there was a statutory limit on the maximum sum which could be paid as donations.  The clerk and Cllr McFarling explained that there is a maximum sum which can be spent using the s.137 power however, a grant paid to a village hall could be paid under a separate statutory power for which there is no maximum, provided that there is sufficient funds in the budget overall.

 

42         ITEMS FOR FUTURE MEETINGS

March

Dog Fouling / Dog Control Order

Wye Valley Festival

Extension of Grass Cutting Contract

Applying for village green status for the playing fields

 

43         DATES OF FUTURE MEETINGS

 

Date

Time

Meeting

Venue

Final date for:

 

 

 

 

Agenda

Items

Dispensation requests

10 Mar

19:00 Monthly Parish Council Assembly Rooms 28 Feb 6 Mar

14 April

19:00 Monthly Parish Council Assembly Rooms 4 Apr 10 Apr

23 April

19:00 Annual Parish Meeting Assembly Rooms    

 

The meeting closed at 21:11

 


AGREED ACTIONS FEB 2014

 

Reference Delegated to Details

Status

14/1.5.2 Mr R Crighton To archive parish documents at GCA – due March 2014

 

Ongoing

14/1.5.3 Cllr Carss To speak with Mr Davis re: Parish Council papers previously stored in a filing cabinet in the Assembly Rooms.

 

Complete

14/1.5.4 Clerk Clerk to chase SBAR storage agreement.

 

Letter has been received from SBAR and the £100 storage fee (Inv Ref 13/63) paid.

Complete

14/1.10.2 Clerk To issue the precept at £31,000

 

Complete

14/1.11.2 Cllr Joyce

 

Cllr Carss

To act as liaison with Sue Davis, reporting back to the Parish Council monthly with progress.

Ongoing

14/1.11.3 Clerk To write to Sue Davis re village shop liaison.

 

Complete

14/1.12.2 Clerk To submit an application for planning permission re tress blocking the view from the Tump.

 

Complete

14/1.12.3

 

Cllr Chivers To obtain two further quotes for the Tump tree work required.

 

Complete

14/1.12.4 Clerk

 

To write to the property owners re tree work for the Tump

Complete

14/1.13.3 Cllr Carss To contact the Pavilion and Doctor’s surgery re recycling facilities.

 

Ongoing

 
14/1.14.2 Cllr Rees To prepare a draft policy and guidelines for non resident interment of remains.

 

Flow diagram submitted and discussed

Complete

 
14/1.15.5.2 Cllr Hale To discuss speed limits with Highways.

 

Complete

 
14/1.15.5.3 Clerk To contact Brian Watkins regarding trees at Coldharbour and Cockshoot Hill.

 

Ongoing

 
14/1.16 Cllr Carss To sign the clerk’s contract of employment.

 

Contract has now been signed.

Complete

 
14/1.17.2 Clerk To research who is responsible should a tree fall and cause injury.

Complete

 
14/1.17.3 Clerk To invite Gloucestershire Highways to the next Parish Council meeting

Ongoing

 
14/1.18.3 Clerk To write to Gloucestershire Highways re drain clearance.

 

Ongoing

 
14/2.26.2 Clerk To accept the quote for Tump tree work.

 

New

 
14/2.26.4 Cllr Carss To contact Brian Watkins re pedestrian refuge and information on the bus stops and number of pedestrians crossing the roads at certain points and the lack of HGV signage at the Trow Green junction.

 

New

 
14/2.26.4 Cllr Carss To contact with Cllr Vernon Smith at Gloucestershire County Council about the response and with Richard Crighton about the possibility of monitoring traffic speeds.

 

New

 
14/2.26.4 Clerk Invite Brian Watkins (Highways) to a future meeting

New

 
14/2.27.3 Clerk To investigate ownership of the land between the junction of Lower Lane and Cockshoot Hill.

 

New

 
14/2.29.1 Cllr Hale To speak with District Council Street Wardens about monitoring the problem of dog fouling in the parish.

 

New

 
14/2.31.2 Clerk To obtain Gloucestershire County Council maps indicating the extent of land in their ownership in the Parish.

 

New

 
14/2.31.3 Cllr Chivers To provide a link to online mapping services on the PC website.

 

New

 
14/2.32.1 Cllr Rees To write an article for the Village News re dog fouling

 

New

 
14/2.32.3 Cllr Rees To contact Cllr Hale and the Street Wardens re dog fouling

 

New

 
14/2.33.3 Clerk To provide a copy of the St Briavels Cemetery Flow Chart to local undertakers

 

New

 
14/2.33.4 Cllr Chivers To publish the St Briavels Cemetery Flow Chart on the website

 

New

 
14/2.34.2 Clerk Write to the Highways Aboriculturalist asking that they consider pollarding the silver birch trees.

 

New

 
14/2.35.3 Cllr Rees Report back on comments raised re registration of the playing fields as a village green.

 

New

 
14/2.36.4 Cllr McFarling To raise car parking at the next meeting of the Asset Managers Group.

 

New

 
14/2.37.2/3 Clerk To vire £1,566 to the grant budget and pay a grant of £3,000 to SBAR to enable work to commence on the roof.

 

New

 
14/2.38.5.1 Cllr Hale To contact Highways re mud on Park Lane

 

New

 
14/2.38.5.2 Clerk To contact Brian Watkins re potholes in East Street and Coldharbour near Lower Road junction

 

New

 
14/2.38.2 Cllr Rees To circulate the Risk Register for discussion at the March meeting

New

 
14/2.38.8 Cllr Bird To obtain a quote for the replacement of damaged posts on the Tump

 

New

 
14/2.39.1 Cllr Chivers To publish Housing Support Service flyer on the PC website

 

New

 
14/2.39.2 Clerk To investigate new banking facilities due to the poor service provided by Lloyds.

 

New

 
14/2.39.3 Cllr Bird  Clerk To submit application for funding to the War Memorial Trust re refurbishment of the memorial gates.

 

New

 
14/2.40.1 Cllr Chivers To meet with the clerk and carry out an in-house financial check prior to the March meeting

 

New

 
14/2.40.2 Clerk To produce a roster of all councillors to carry out in-house financial checks

 

New