|Councillors Present: Cllrs. S. Nicholas (Chairman) A. Collins (Vice- Chairman), S. Rodgers, J. Jago, C. Pascoe & G Griffiths
Apologies for absence: Cllrs. P. Linton, D. Sharp, R. Greenwood-Penny & C. Leo
Visitors Present: Mrs Y Groves (speaking) Mr Gordon Rowley (not speaking)
Chair Sue Nicholas opened the meeting at 7pm and welcomed everyone.
|Declarations of Interest – None declared|
|20 Minute public speaking period – Mrs Y Groves spoke regarding the proposed bus shelter for Perran village, she felt very strongly that the bus shelter in Perranuthnoe should be constructed of stone preferably granite and not of any other material. Mrs Groves informed the council that in Feb 2019 Cllr Jim Scobie had costed a granite bus shelter at £25,000. The Council asked the clerk to check if this had been agreed by the council or if it was an estimate that was presented to the council.
Mrs Groves left the meeting at 7.25pm
|Approval of minutes from meeting held on 15th November 2021
These were proposed, seconded, and carried unanimously.
|Planning Applications and Relevant matters|
Proposal Part conversion and part extension of outbuilding to create annexe (amended design following approval PA18/00101) with non-compliance of condition 3 of PA18/11005 dated 09.01.2019 Location Messina Trevean Lane Rosudgeon TR20 9PD Applicant Mr. Michael Trevillion. It was proposed, seconded and unanimously agreed PPC supports the application but not the lifting of condition 3. Councillors expressed that some could not view these plans on line.
Proposal Erection of wooden Home Office/Summerhouse in our garden on a temporary block or slab base. Location Trevean Farm, Trevean Barn Access To Acton Castle Trevean Lane Rosudgeon Applicant Deborah Croucher
It was proposed, seconded and unanimously agreed that PPC supports this application
Proposal Conversion Of Garage For incidental Use To Main Dwelling House Location 3 Thumpers Meadow, The Den Gears Lane Goldsithney TR20 9BE Applicant Mr. & Mrs. T Somers. It was proposed, seconded and unanimously agreed PPC supports this application but permitted development rights to be removed.
Single storey rear conservatory extension. Location 6 Chiverton Way Rosudgeon Penzance TR20 9PS Applicant Mr. And Mrs. J Hobbs Grid Ref 155359 / 29927 It was proposed, seconded and unanimously agreed that PPC supports this application.
Proposal Works to trees subject to a Tree Preservation Order (TPO), works include – Hawthorn tree G1- fell, Hawthorn Tree T1 – Fell Location Land Adj To Sunningdale Trescowe Road Goldsithney Cornwall Applicant Charlie Jose Charlie Jose Tree Surgery
It was proposed, seconded and unanimously agreed that PPC has No objections provided the Tree Officer reports and approves the removal if he sees necessary
They have not complied with the current planning conditions regarding boundary hedge with the lane and entrance
|The following planning permissions were noted as being granted.|
|11.11.2021 PA21/09497 APPROVED Applicant: Mr. Khiem Nguyen Location: 2, 4, 13, 14, 16 And 18 Manor Farm Close Goldsithney TR20 9JW Proposal: Replacement front doors.|
|16.11.2021 PA21/06069 APPROVED Applicant: Mr. Craig Little Location: Rebuild SW Ltd Rosudgeon Penzance Cornwall TR20 9PA Proposal: Proposed demolition of buildings and erection of 4 dwellings|
|22.11.2021 PA21/05703 APPROVED Applicant: Mr. And Mrs. Polley Location: 25 St Petry Goldsithney TR20 9LA Proposal: First floor extension and new porch|
|24.11.2021 PA21/09862 APPROVED Applicant: Mr. Adam Oates Location: 1 Little Meadow, Chy-An-Gwel Bampfylde Way Perran Downs Goldsithney TR20 9JJ Proposal: Domestic single storey extension|
|25.11.2021 PA21/09372 APPROVED Applicant: Ms. Penny Green Location: Trebarvah Lodge Trebarvah Lane Rosudgeon Penzance Cornwall Proposal: Existing balcony refurbishment and extension with new access stair to rear garden|
|29.11.2021 PA21/09509 APPROVED Applicant: Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Location: Chywyn Belvedere Lane St Hilary TR20 9DJ Proposal: Single storey ‘Glass Box’ Side Extension|
|01.12.2021 PA21/08805 APPROVED Applicant: Baird Location: Oamaru Barn Trebarvah Lane Trebarvah Perranuthnoe TR20 9NG Proposal: Single storey rear extension|
|06.12.2021 PA21/09357 APPROVED Applicant: Mr. J O’Donoghue Location: Longcliffs Access Track To Longcliffs Trebarvah Rosudgeon TR20 9NF Proposal: Replacement dwelling house|
|07.12.2021 PA21/10252 APPROVED Applicant: Ms. Mayne Location: Elm Cottage Fore Street Goldsithney TR20 9LQ Proposal: Single storey rear extension, internal alterations, and replacement windows|
|The following planning permissions were noted as being refused|
|16.11.2021 PA21/06425 REFUSED Applicant: Penmellyn Ltd Location: Land Northwest Of Lamara Lancamshire Lane Rosudgeon Cornwall TR20 9PL Proposal: Permission in Principle for proposed infill development of up to 2 dwellings|
|To Note other planning related matters.|
|PA21/09357 | Replacement dwelling house | Longcliffs Access Track To Longcliffs Trebarvah Rosudgeon TR20 9NF. Due to late CC communication a decision was made by councillors on 6/12/21 that Perranuthnoe Parish Council has no objection to PA21/09357, the revised application is in line with the recommendations that were made in the meeting with ward councillors and the architect and therefore support approval.|
|Appeal PA21/04490 7/12/21 APP/D0840/W/21/3282486 Planning in Principle for the construction of up to 5 dwellings Land South Of Red Lane Red Lane Rosudgeon Cornwall TR20 9PU Mr. D Laity.
All representations must be received by 11 January 2022.
Defibrillators – The clerk gave an update on the four within the Parish, the one at St Pirans Hall requires a new set of pads. A quote to replace them had been obtained from the RRMC It was proposed, seconded and unanimously agreed that PPC accept the quote to replace the electrical pads.
Election Costs – Clerk advised the council they would be receiving two invoices one for each ward for the May Elections. The returning Officer fee have been set for some years and had not been increased this year £100. Clerical £100 and nomination packs £55 – total £255 each ward
NT Benches – Progress is slow but new aerial photographs had been received for the citing of a new bench at Trenow Cove. Clerk to visit site to see exact location.
|Chairman’s Report –
It has been an interesting time since our last meeting,
Covid regulations and rules are a moving feast but at present the Parish Council is required by law to hold physical meetings. (present figures have slightly increased from 459 to 479) per 100, 000 since last Friday.
There are a number of planning applications that we have requested to go to the West Planning Committee which should include an input from our Cornwall Councillor.
There are a number of outstanding planning Enforcement cases which we need to ask about.? If they have been closed or continue to be pursued
There has been a pre app application in the farmed agricultural fields at Higher Downs, St Hilary Village that will impact more on Goldsithney than St Hilary Village.
We are supporting St Hilary Parish Council in their objection to this.
There seems to be a number of 5-day notices on planning applications at present, Cllrs are urged to send a swift reply to these as it is limited time to respond.
I have today sent an email to the highways team asking when the traffic management plans for Goldsithney and Perranuthnoe (including the walkway between Goldsithney and Marazion) will be sent to the PC for review before it goes for public consultation.
The reorganisation at Cornwall Council causes some difficulties in that contacts and names may change so there may be delays in responses to queries. I would like to thank all the officers for their help and support over these difficult times.
A meeting was held between parents, children and Members of the hall committee re skate park facilities. Our MP Derek was also present. Two other meetings have been held and I understand that some parents are willing to move this forward.
There is a consultation out on the removal of earwax services at GP surgeries which suddenly have become an enhanced service, even though it has been done in surgeries from at least the 70s!
Plastic/ rubbish from beach at Trevean, There’s no official collection from there.
Lastly, on behalf of the Parish Council I would like to thank Steve and the village lighting team for the excellent Xmas lights throughout Goldsithney.
I thank Cllrs for all their hard work and commitment and wish everyone a Merry Xmas and a Happy 2022.
|County Cllrs Report
Cllr. Rogers Speeding traffic in Fore Street Goldsithney. A parishioner had come into the post office to complain about the speed of the traffic in the village and Cllr Rogers herself had been the victim of a near miss experience. Cllr Nicholas was chasing CC for the public /final consultation of the traffic plan for Goldsithney when implemented which should be in 2022 would slow the speed of the traffic.
Cllr. Griffiths submitted a poster that he had researched and thought it would be beneficial to the Parish if we were to display in our public toilets when we reduce the cleaning rota in the New Year.
Cllr. Pascoe felt that the pavement on the A394 at Walters Way was in a bad condition. Cllr Nicholas explained that Penmellyn developments who were the builders had not finished the project yet and that Highways had made it a condition to make good before the end of building work.
NDP Update – statement from Chair of NDP Steering Group has asked that the Parish Council move to resolve the following points:
It was proposed, seconded and unanimously agreed to approve and accept points 1,2 and 3 regarding the NDP
Toilet Cleaning Perranuthnoe It was proposed, seconded and unanimously agreed to reduce the cleaning of the toilets from 7 days a week to 4 days for the winter months to be reviewed again in the Spring. Commencing w/c 3rd January 2022 the days would be Monday, Wednesday Friday & Sunday. Clerk to implement.
Vice Chair Cllr. Collins asked that a letter of thanks be sent from the Parish Council to Cllr Dave Sharp & Andrea Robinson for all their help in keeping the toilets open and assisting the council in managing them. Clerk to send letter.
Bus Shelter Repair St Pirans Hall South Road – Glasdon UK Ltd. had submitted a cost to repair the damaged bus shelter at £4300 this seems rather excessive. Clerk to look at Insurance Cover to see if Bus shelters are covered by the councils Insurance.
Official.gov.uk emails Cllr. Nicholas stated that it is in the Councils Standing Orders to use them any councillor not using the.gov.uk email would be in breach of them. She had spoken to Simon Mansell at CC who had expressed that all Cllrs should use the .gov address if available to them to be cyber secure. Clerk to clarify the position.
CCTV – St Pirans Hall – 3 members of the St Pirans Hall Management Committee had met with Cllrs Pascoe & Collins to facilitate the installation of CCTV at ST Pirans hall and field. Another meeting with the suppliers/ companies has been arranged for January 17th – Project Ongoing
Mr Rowley left the meeting at 8.40pm
|Correspondence, telephone calls etc.
E-mail from Andy Moore asking the Parish for assistance with – PA21/03366 | Certificate of lawfulness for replacement of existing permitted caravan with twin unit caravan, for the continued use as site office and accommodation, for the duration of implementing planning permission W1/04/P/1051. | The Gears, Gears Lane, TR20 9LB
This has come to our attention as Mr Moore has got nowhere with communications to Tara Sherfield Wong the County Councillor for our division, the Planning Dept and Enforcement at Cornwall Council
Briefly a very old planning consent exists for the conversion of the Old Fairground Museum into a number of residential units.
The planning approval is so old that there are no records of it available on line.
More recently a certificate of lawfulness has been applied for caravans on the site but not yet determined, and new caravans have been brought onto the site and are being used for residential purposes but no building work is taking place.
Nearby residents have expressed concern as:
1.They do not know what work is going to take place (as no plans are visible)
2.They have noted that the caravans have placed on the site ostensibly for occupation by the builders whilst the work is taking place have been occupied but no work is taking place
3. No-one is responding to reasonable requests for information.
He asked that this this matter was raised at tonight’s meeting so that the Parish Council can request action. He did say should any councillor who wished to view the site he would be happy to meet them.
The C of L was granted on 28/4/21 and attached notes on the 17/12/21
Cllr Nicholas asked that the email be forwarded to Alan Mason Louise Wood and Olly Monk at Cornwall Council.
|Footpaths and Rights of Way|
|Date of next meeting –
Date of next meeting – Monday 17th January 2022 at 7pm to be held at St Pirans Hall
|Advance notice of items for agenda. Councillors to forward any items to the Clerk in advance of the meeting agenda being prepared but to include:
Queens Jubilee celebrations
Sunningdale Property – Hedge
|Financial & Confidential Matters
The Meeting Closed at 9.40pm