PERRANUTHNOE PARISH COUNCIL
Clerk: Gail Angove
MINUTES OF A MEETING OF PERRANUTHNOE PARISH COUNCIL
Held at St Pirans Hall Goldsithney on Monday 18th July 2022
Councillors Present: S. Nicholas (Chairman) D. Sharp (Vice-Chairman) J. Jago, G. Griffiths A. Collins,
- Greenwood-Penny & C. Pascoe.
Visitors Present: None
|Apologies for absence:
Cllrs. P. Linton C. Leo & S. Rogers
Chair Sue Nicholas opened the meeting at 7pm and welcomed everyone.
|07/22/02||Declarations of Interest – None|
|07/22/03||20 Minute public speaking period – None|
|Approval of minutes from Parish Council meeting held on 27th June 2022
These were proposed, seconded, and carried unanimously.
|07/22/05||Planning Applications and Relevant matters|
Proposal Re-construction of Detached Outbuilding and Associated Works
Location Wheal Trevelyan Well Lane Perran Downs Goldsithney
Applicant Mr S Blyth
Perranuthnoe Parish Council
Approve in principal as an outbuilding but the building must be incidental to the main property. Our concern is that on the design statement it doesn’t state the purpose of the outbuilding.
Proposal Works to trees subject to a Tree Preservation Order (TPO), works include – T1 –
Oak – fell, T2 – Sweet Chestnut – fell and T3 – Beech- fell
Location Trevu Grove Lane Perran Downs Goldsithney
Applicant Mr Toby Clark Toby Clark Tree Surgeon
Perranuthnoe Parish Council object and fully support the tree officer in refusal of this application within the Trevelyan Plantation area of the Parish.
|07/22/06||The following planning permissions were noted as being granted.|
|17/06/2022 PA22/02720 APPROVED Applicant: – S J Construction
Location: – Land Adj To Parc An West Red Lane Rosudgeon Penzance Cornwall TR20 9PU
Proposal Construction of Dormer Bungalow and Associated Works
|20/06/2022 PA22/04025 APPROVED
Applicant: – Mr Hinds And Miss Howell
Location: – Penlayree Boat Cove Lane Perranuthnoe Cornwall TR20 9NH
Proposal Listed Building Consent for the addition of bespoke garden room
|05/07/2022 PA22/04706 APPROVED
Applicant: – Mr Paul Jackson
Location: – 4 Meadow View Goldsithney Cornwall TR20 9HB
Proposal Construction of porch to rear kitchen door, change of use of part of garage to form home office including relocation of door and window, and heightening of garden wall and infilling of existing gate
|07/22/07||The following planning permissions were noted as being refused – None|
|07/22/08||To Note other planning related matters. – None|
The clerk reported that the 2nd cut of the SWCP & Footpaths had taken place within the Parish and the repair to the children’s play area had now been completed by South West Playground Inspections.
Marazion Town Council copied us into a letter that has been sent to the leader of Cornwall Council re non-attendance and support from our Cornwall Councillor. They have asked for a meeting with her.
It is with regret that I have to tell you that James Hardy has resigned as our Community Network Manager as he has been such an amazing support over the years.
NDP information is a separate item on the agenda and is now out for Reg 16 consultation.
The west Penwith Comm Network Panel meeting is on Thursday and amongst items on the agenda is the highways update and levelling up funding.
We are still waiting for action on the highways projects!
|07/22/11||County Councillors Report
Cllr Jago – Stated that the Hedges from rom the cross roads to Perranuthnoe are the responsibility of the land owner to cut back and this was not scheduled to be trimmed until October.
Cllr Collins- Plans would hopefully be ready for the bus shelter in Perranuthnoe by the next Parish Council meeting. Paint for the Phone box? Clerk informed Cllr Collins that it had been ordered and delivery was expected by the end of the week.
Cllr Sharp – instructed by Cllr Linton in his absence to discuss contactless payments in the car park at Perranuthnoe. A discussion followed that it would be needed in the future but could not be progressed until the land was owned by the Parish Council.
Cllr Sharp proposed that the toilets be cleaned on a daily basis – this was seconded by Cllr Collins and unanimously agreed. Clerk to instruct Crystal Clear
Cllr Sharp informed the Council that the cleaners had failed to clean the toilets on Sunday 17th July – Clerk would deduct payment from invoice.
Cllr Sharp raised the issue of a hand rail on the steps to Boat Cove – this was National Trust property and not something the Parish Council could do.
Cllr. Greenwood Penny – To forward names of parishioners wanting to be part of a traffic speed watch group in Goldsithney onto the Parish Clerk.
Cllr Pascoe. Raised the issue of two pillars being erected on the entrance to the main road along the A394 just down from Red Lane turning on the opposite side.
Cllr Griffiths – had done some research into play facilities for use in the Parish being Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant for children.
Cllr Griffiths had submitted a report to Cornwall Council regarding the overgrown footpath from Primrose Lane to Meadow View in his opinion it should be cut back. He had a reply that Cornwall Council didn’t think it wasn’t too bad and did not consider a problem. Cllr Griffiths disagreed.
Proposals to be adopted by the Parish Council in order to progress with the Perranuthnoe Neighbourhood Development Plan
1) Agree on the examiner to be selected for the Neighbourhood Plan examination
2) Agree to submit updated assessments of NP policy alignment with the following two new county strategies adopted by Cornwall Council in May (after formal submission of the NDP in March) AONB Management Plan (2022 -2027) and the Strategy for Cornwall’s Historic Environment (2022 – 2030)
3) Agree that the NP Steering group should submit a consolidated response to consultees responses.
It was proposed seconded and unanimously approved by Perranuthnoe Parish Council to adopt the proposals.
The next Steering Group meeting prior to Reg 16 consultation deadline, is the 25th July.
Marking out of car park at St Pirans Hall by Giles Contractors. The Parish Council are to work collaboratively with St Pirans Hall Management Committee to enable this to happen.
The Management committee would be paying for the project but the order would go through the Parish Council office.
Hard ship Fund – Cllr Sharp proposed a hardship fund he would like people who are able to donate /contribute money which could then be given to families who are struggling within the Parish.
The Clerk informed the Council that legally Parish or Town Councils would not be able to facilitate this through the Parish Council. A discussion followed the outcome was that possibly a Charitable status would need to be obtained to develop the idea further.
|07/22/14||Correspondence, telephone calls etc.
Correspondence had been received by the clerk in relation to:
Overgrown hedge in South Road
|07/22/15||Footpaths and Rights of Way|
|Date of next meeting –
Date of next meeting – Monday 15th August 2022 to be held at St Pirans Hall Goldsithney 19.00hrs
|07/22/17||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:
Accessible Play Equipment
Approval Budget Monitoring
Receive and approve the budget monitoring for the 1st quarter financial year 2022/2023
It was proposed seconded and agreed unanimously that Perranuthnoe Parish Council approve the Budget Monitoring for the 1st quarter 2022/2023.
Approval of Bank Statements & Reconciliations
Receive and approve Bank Reconciliation for May & June 2022.
It was proposed seconded and agreed unanimously that Perranuthnoe Parish Council approve May & June 2022 bank reconciliations.
Approval of payments schedule May 2022
It was proposed, seconded and agreed unanimously to approve the payment schedule.
Crystal Clear Toilet Cleaning £691.20 (04/06/22-01/07/22)
PT Grounds Care Village green, Triangle and Well lanes £343.56
Grass Cutting St Pirans Hall £165.00
SW Playground Inspections Repairs to playground £171.00
Headland Printers £160.00
Genius Loci Website Hosting £75.00
GTN Builders Toilet Repairs £611.97
R Sanders Cutting of SWCP & Footpaths £1153.71
HMRC – Income Tax & NI Contributions – £150.75
Payroll Direct – Payroll services July 2021 – £32.83
Clerks Reimbursement postage £32.20
One item was discussed in confidence.
The meeting closed at 9.20pm