|MINUTES of a meeting of PERRANUTHNOE PARISH COUNCIL
Held at The Church Room Perranuthnoe on Monday 27th March 2023 7pm.
Councillors Present: S. Nicholas (Chairman), D. Sharp (Vice Chairman), Cllrs: J. Jago, A. Collins, C. Pascoe. & G. Griffiths.
Cornwall Councillor Cllr. John Martin – Long Rock Marazion & St Erth Electoral Division.
Visitors Present: None
|Apologies for absence: Cllrs. Leo, Rodgers, Linton & Grenwood – Penny
Chair Sue Nicholas opened the meeting at 7pm and welcomed everyone.
|03/23/02||Declarations of Interest. None|
|03/23/03||20 Minute public speaking period.|
|Approval of minutes from Parish Council meeting held on 20th February 2023
These were proposed, seconded, and carried unanimously that the minutes be signed.
|03/23/05||Any matters arising from the signed minutes.- None|
|03/23/06||Planning Applications and Relevant matters|
Proposal Construction of Additional Garages and Associated Works.
Location Land And Garage North Of 21 St Petry Goldsithney Cornwall
Applicant Mr A Ferrell
Perranuthnoe Parish Council has no objection to this application in principal provided they remain as garages in perpetuity for residents.
Proposal Formation of parking area in front garden.
Location 34 Collygree Parc Goldsithney Penzance Cornwall
Applicant K And C Jacka
Perranuthnoe Parish Council has no objection to this planning application.
Proposal Demolition of existing outbuilding, construction of new single-storey rear
extension, detached carport/storage and alterations including the addition of
Photovoltaic panels and rooflights
Location Churchway Cottage Perran Lane Perranuthnoe Penzance
Applicant Mr. & Mrs. Hall
Perranuthnoe Parish Council has no objection to this application. Please note that consideration should be given not to obstruct Footpath Number 109/26 Section 1 during construction.
Proposal Ground floor rear extension
Location 14 St Petry Goldsithney Penzance Cornwall
Applicant Mr And Mrs E Hosking
Perranuthnoe Parish Council has no objection to this application.
Proposal Single storey front extension porch
Location 8 Fore Street Goldsithney Penzance Cornwall
Applicant Mrs Jane Spencer.
Perranuthnoe Parish Council has no objection to this application.
Proposal Widening of the existing pedestrian access to reinstate original gateway and
associated works Location Lyonesse House Red Lane Rosudgeon Penzance
Applicant Mrs J Nicholas Hope
Perranuthnoe Parish Council objects to this application. On the following grounds:
We share the concerns of the Cornwall Council Highways Department there are no visible splays which will raise the potential for collisions as exiting drivers will not be able to observe approaching vehicles and the pedestrian access has constrained emerging visibility.
It breaches the original planning conditions.
Which state/show that this dwelling would have the same access route, driveway as both the adjacent dwellings. It is clear that the enlarged opening was approved to be accessed via the approved driveway for the other two houses thus there is no justification or need for such an enlargement access within the site.
The proposal is contrary to protective planning policy 23 Natural Environment 12 residential amenity of the Cornwall Local Plan.
Proposal Proposed replacement dwelling (previously approved PA19/06612)
Location The Caravan Agan-Trygva Prussia Cove Road Rosudgeon
Applicant Mr P Tredrea
Perranuthnoe Parish Council are minded to approve this application. If support from the AONB is favourable. The AONB should be consulted and asked whether this aligns with their new AONB Management Plan.
|03/23/07||The following planning permissions were noted as being granted.|
|21/02/2023 PA22/10275 APPROVED
Applicant:- Dr Michael Patching
Location:- Land North East Of Gears Cottage Gears Lane Goldsithney Cornwall TR20 9LB
Proposal Application for approval of reserved matters following outline approval PA18/06613 for detached dwelling and garage
|02/03/2023 PA23/00095 APPROVED
Applicant:- Mr & Mrs Marvin
Location:- Al-n-dore Gears Lane Goldsithney Penzance Cornwall TR20 9LB
Proposal Front and Rear extension plus ridge lift to allow for loft conversion
|14/03/2023 PA22/07643 APPROVED
Applicant:- J & P Duance & Treffry
Location:- Corner Barn Trebarvah Lane Trebarvah Perranuthnoe Cornwall TR20 9NG
Proposal Proposed detached incidental building to main house and change of use of land to domestic use.
|16/03/2023 PA23/00555 APPROVED
Applicant:- Caroline Howell
Location:- Penlaree Boat Cove Lane Perranuthnoe Penzance Cornwall TR20 9NH
Proposal Listed Building Consent for replacement of failed lime plaster ceilings and schedule of repair to existing windows.
|03/23/08||The following planning permissions were noted as being refused – None.|
|03/23/09||To Note other planning related matters.|
|17/02/2023 PA22/10767 WITHDRAWN
Applicant:- Mr A De Unger
Location:- The Chalet Boat Cove Lane Perranuthnoe Penzance Cornwall TR20 9NW
Proposal Demolition and Replacement of Existing Chalet and Associated Works
|07/03/2023 PA22/08798 WITHDRAWN
Applicant:- Mr I Smith
Location:- Bluebell Barn Rosudgeon Penzance Cornwall TR20 9PN
Proposal Demolition and construction of replacement dwelling, extension of domestic curtilage, construction of double garage/store and associated works
|09/03/2023 PA23/00653 WITHDRAWN
Applicant:- Mr & Mrs Chevallier
Location:- Trenow Cottage Boat Cove Lane Perranuthnoe Penzance Cornwall TR20 9NW
Proposal Proposals to demolish the South-wing extension and replace with a two-storey modern extension, providing a more useable space for a young family.
The Grounds care contract for the cutting and maintaining of the Parish Cemetery, Village Green, Well Lanes and Goldsithney Triangle was due for renewal. The Council discussed and agreed to accept the contract with PT Grounds care and asked that the foliage & weed maintenance of the Car Park at Perranuthnoe be included. It was proposed, seconded and agreed unanimously that Perranuthnoe Parish Council approve and adopt the quote from PT Grounds Care.
|The Perranuthnoe Parish Council Risk Assessment had been circulated to all councillors prior to the meeting . The clerk expressed the importance of having one and urged the Councillors to approve & adopt this latest edition.
It was proposed, seconded and agreed unanimously that Perranuthnoe Parish Council approve and adopt the Perranuthnoe Parish Risk Assessment
On Friday 10th March, Gail our Clerk, David our Vice chairman and myself met with John Martin our Cornwall Councillor to go through the projects, issues and planning applications and decisions in the Parish. Outstanding planning enforcement was also highlighted as needed dealing with.
On Tuesday 28th March I attended the Teams Police liaison meeting held by Inspector Sarah Price There was a good presentation on the way in which domestic abuse, violence & Anti-social behaviour are being dealt with.
Rural policing was discussed and the local villages and hamlets will be kept under surveillance.
The last meeting of the West Penwith Community Network was held on 16th March in St. Johns Hall in Penzance and there was an excellent presentation on the Levelling up funds and the categories these projects fall into. Information is on line and small groups are encouraged to submit projects for funding consideration.
The new Community Area Partnerships (CAPs) will come into being from May. There will be a number of workshops over the next month to look at how the CAPs will function.
There will be an open day in St Pirans Hall, Goldsithney on Sat 22nd April between 11 am and 3 pm to show the final version of the Neighbourhood plan which has been amended slightly in response to the External Examiners requests. Up to date leaflets and posters have been printed.
There will be an independent feasibility study undertaken on the highways management for Perranuthnoe which the Parish Council are paying for. We are waiting on the camera survey report following the repairs to the underground pipe work at the Toilets in Perranuthnoe.
|Cornwall Councillors Report – Cllr. Martin had met with the Clerks and Chairs of Perranuthnoe, St Erth Parish Council and Marazion Town Council. He was meeting with the St Aubyn Estates this coming week. He had recently been contacted by the owners of a property in Springfield Road Goldsithney regarding flooding of their property. This was due to a problem with capping of an old mine shaft. He updated the parish council on road resurfacing near Nanturaas /Tresowe Road where the edging was breaking and there were pot holes. He had met with Mr Power of the Crown Inn. Cllr Martin then informed the council he was now a on the following committees West Planning & Central Planning & the Economic & Growth Scrutiny Committee. He reminded the council that the Levelling UP /Environmental funding was now available and grants could be applied for.
He looked forward to working closely with councillors and the clerk on issues that would affect the Parish.
Cllrs Sharp & Collins. Are planning to re-line the car park at Perranuthnoe. Cllr Sharp to be reimbursed for the paint he had purchased.
Cllr Collins asked about the feasibility study on parking at Perranuthnoe. Clerk said she had last heard from Cornwall Council on the 6/3/23 and that the CLO for West Penwith had submitted the client brief for the feasibility study and we were waiting to hear from back from them re approval.
Cllr Griffiths. Noted that there was a problem with the signage at the car park in Long Rock near the beach it didn’t say – No overnight camping stays Cllr Martin made a note of this.
|Projects Issues & Updates.
NDP update – The Perranuthnoe Neighbourhood Plan has passed the Independent Examination and can proceed to referendum. An Open Day is to be held in St Pirans Hall on Saturday 22nd April 2023 from 11-3pm open to everyone to come along to see how their input has shaped the plan and what the next steps are. Cllrs to meet in the Parish Office on Friday 14th April to distribute leaflets to all eligible homes in the Parish. Cllr Martin offered to help with the task.
Bus Shelter at Perranuthnoe . – Land Ownership- There is a caution on the land waiting to hear from the land owners. Clerk asked to write to the owners.
|Correspondence, telephone calls etc.
Grant applications had been received from Peter Williams /Paul Crump for the Goldsithney Coronation Event and the Perranuthnoe Event Group. Reference funding from the Parish Council to enable Coronation events to take place in both wards of the Parish.
It was proposed, seconded and agreed unanimously that Perranuthnoe Parish Council grant the sum of £1,000 to each group/ward. On the condition that following the event a report is submitted with receipts detailing where and how the money was distributed.
|Footpaths and Rights of Way
It was proposed, seconded and agreed unanimously that Perranuthnoe Parish Council accept the Quote from R. Sanders for cutting of the SWCP, footpaths and stiles within the Parish during 2023
|03/23/18||Date of next meeting – Monday 17th April at St Pirans Hall Goldsithney 7pm|
|03/23/19||Advance notice of items for Agenda|
|03/23/21||Approval of Bank Reconciliations – February 2023
It was proposed, seconded and agreed unanimously that Perranuthnoe Parish Council approve the February 2023 bank reconciliations.
|03/23/22||Approval of PPC Investment Policy
The Perranuthnoe Parish Council Investment Policy had been circulated to all councillors prior to the meeting .
It was proposed, seconded and agreed unanimously that Perranuthnoe Parish Council approve & adopt the PPC Investment Policy
|03/23/23||Approval of payments schedule March 2023
It was proposed, seconded and agreed unanimously that Perranuthnoe Parish Council approve the March 2023 payment schedule.
Receipts CTG Windows St Pirans Hall Deposit £8,457.12,JB Grass Cutting St Pirans Hall £180.00, Crystal Clear Cleaning 11/02/23 – 10/03/23 £691.20, SWPSI Playground Inspection £36.00, D. Sharp Reimbursement Paint £90.36, Church Room Hire £15.00, DB Financial Services £130.00,
Payroll Direct – Payroll services – £32.83, HMRC – Income Tax & NI Contributions – £173.54, G. Angove – Clerks Salary. G Angove Reimbursement £129.56 (ink & stationery ) Direct debit monthly charges – BT £69.91 Alchemy Systems – Direct debit monthly Microsoft 365 online plan £62.16.
At 9.15pm the Chairman closed Section One of the meeting and proceeded to open Section Two Confidential matters.
|The meeting closed at 9.25pm|