Minutes – 14/02/17
MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD IN THE PARISH ROOMS ELVASTON STREET, DRAYCOTT ON TUESDAY 14 FEBRUARY 2017 AT 7.30PM
Present; Chairman – V Clare
Councillors – M Selwood, A Wilson, B Rogerson, J Fletcher, D Orchard, M Alexander, D Gelsthorpe, C Withey, D Dundas
Derbyshire County Council – Councillor R Parkinson
Members of Public – none.
PART 1 – NON-CONFIDENTIAL ITEMS
14/17. Apologies- RESOLVED to approve the apologies for absence submitted on behalf of Councillor A McCandless
15/17. Variation of Order of Business – none.
16/17. Declaration of Members Interests – none.
17/17. Dispensations – none.
18/17. Public Speaking –
Public session – Councillor Gelsthorpe raised concerns on behalf of a resident about anti-social behaviour at the Leisure Green. He was informed that PCSO Pykett was aware and also it was hoped that cctv cameras would be installed at the Leisure Green shortly.
Derbyshire Constabulary – PCSO Pykett had provided a written report detailing 4 crimes Derbyshire County Council – Councillor Parkinson had provided a written report which had been circulated.
Erewash Borough Council – Councillor Clare reported on EBC matters.
Councillor Wilson reported on the Neighbourhood Watch meeting (also attended by Cllr Clare and Clerk)
Councillor Selwood reported on the Borough/Parish Forum (also attended by Cllrs Clare and Orchard)
19/17.Minutes – RESOLVED to confirm as a correct record the Minutes of the meetings held on the 10 January 2017, 3 February 2017 and 14 February 2017.
20/17 To determine which items if any from Part 1 of the Agenda should be taken with the public excluded. – none
21/17 Chairman’s Announcements. – none
22/17. Report of the Parish Clerk –
a) DCC – permission for a permanent structure licence for the planter in the Market Place – RESOLVED to note that permission has been granted and that the Draycott Village Fund (D in B) have agreed to the comply with the conditions required by the Parish Council.
b) Draycott Village Fund (D in B) Hanging Basket sponsorship – RESOLVED to continue sponsorship of a hanging basket in the village for 3 years.
c) St Chad’s Fishing Club – request for St Chad’s Water Local Nature Reserve – RESOLVED to approve the requests to i) move the floating island ii) re-stock the Water with carp.
d) Remembrance Sunday Service 2017 – RESOLVED to approve the RECOMMENDATIONS from the Cemetery Committee meeting held on Friday 3 February 2017. The staffing for the event was also RESOLVED.
e) Draycott Village Fund – request to use the playing fields and Millennium Green for a ‘picnic in the park’ on the 11 June 2017 – RESOLVED to approve the request.
f) DALC – subscription – 2017/18 – RESOLVED to continue membership of DALC at the lower level.
g)Highways England – Consultation on M1 J 23a-25 Smart Variable Mandatory Speed Limit – RESOLVED no response.
h) Dog Bags – RESOLVED to continue supplying dog bags free of charge in the Parish and that, after March 4 2017, bags be available from Draycott Off Licence, Sue‘s News and the Parish Rooms.
a) Accounts for payment and receipts since the last meeting.
Direct Debits –
JWP – Web-site Management 35.25
B Telecom – Telephone and Broadband 141.75
British Gas – Pavilion 28.22
British Gas – Parish Rooms 78.35
St Chad’s Fishing Club – trail camera (50% cost) 42.50 (GPofC)
Stringer Electrical – Community Centre (EBC RGS) 475.00
Staff salary and wages 1773.47
Petty cash 21.45
Inland Revenue – Tax and National Insurance 375.49
St Chad’s Fishing club – litter picking 75.00
GB Water – Legionella testing 42.00
Paul Guyll – grounds maintenance 670.75
Horizon Landscapes Ltd – work at St Chads Water 1260.00
Leisurelites Ltd – removal of Christmas lights 780.00
1st Choice Fire – fire extinguisher service 50.10
Excel Office Equipment – stationery 26.15
Brother UK – cash back on purchase of printer 100.00
Purchase of Exclusive rights – Draycott Cemetery 920.00
AW Lymn – Memorial permission 38.00
b) Financial Statement – RESOLVED to note the statement.
c) Fees and Charges 2017/18 – RESOLVED the Fees and Charges for 2017/18 (see Appendix A)
24/17 Planning – RESOLVED to approve the RECOMMENDATIONS from the Planning Committee meeting on the 14 February 2017.
Applications – ERE/0117/0007 – Nooning Lane, Draycott, ERE/0117/0046 – 23 Victoria Road, Draycott – no objections
Approval – ERE/1216/0007 – 28 Villa Street, Draycott
25/17 DALC Circulars – 01/2017 – 02-2017
26/17 Items for Information – The Clerk, Clerks and Councils Direct, EBC – Agenda and Minutes, Letter informing of the Adoption of the Stanton Regeneration Site Supplementary Planning document, CPRE – Derbyshire Voice, e-mail from member of public – congratulations on the St Chad’s Water LNR access project.
PART II – CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION – EXEMPT MATTERS – none
DRAYCOTT PARISH COUNCIL APPENDIX A
FEES AND CHARGES 2017/2018
DRAYCOTT PARISH CEMETERY
Main Cemetery – Exclusive Rights – £240 Child – £120
Interment fee – Adult – £65
1mth to 12yrs – £25
under 1mth – £20
Extra depth – £20
Reopen – £65
Cremated remains – £45
Exclusive Rights – £70
Interment of ashes – £45
Plaque – £40
MONUMENTS, GRAVESTONES ETC
Headstones, footstones etc – £65
Additional inscriptions – £5
Vases – £5
DOUBLE FEES FOR NON PARISHIONERS (except in the cases of Council Tax payers who have become non-residents due to ill health or infirmity).
CHARGES FOR PAVILION AND PLAYING FIELD.
Adults – £50 per match, Youths – £30 per match. The Parish Council also agreed to require a non-refundable deposit to be collected of £200 from new teams.
CHARGE FOR PARISH ROOMS – £10.00 PER HOUR – MINIMUM BOOKING OF 2 HOURS.
CHARGE TO ST CHAD’S FISHING CLUB FOR THE USE OF ST CHAD’S WATER LNR – £320pa