Monday 14th January 2019

Item 1  Apologies for absence: Cllrs Strawson, Taylor, Leo & Nicholas

Item 2 Public Speaking Period:

Mrs. Wise raised concerns about a field at Chiverton Gate in which 2 caravans and a wooden structure had been situated. Cllr Moore reported that he was aware of this and had logged a complaint on-line with Planning Enforcement. He advised Mrs. Wise to do the same.

Mrs. Wise also asked about the situation regarding the field in Grove Lane with caravans. Cllr Moore updated her on the situation, to the effect that the matter was now with the Magistrates Court.

Mrs. Hobbs raised concerns about planning application PA18/11764 and about planning appeal APP/D0840/W/18/3215515.

Item 3 Plans and Planning Matters

a. PA18/10451. Application to replace domestic caravan with private house. Land at Agan Trygva, Agan-Trygva, Prussia Cove Road, Rosudgeon. It was proposed by Cllr Moore that the application be opposed because it is outside the settlement boundaries and not infill or rounding off. It would be detrimental to the AONB, too visibly intrusive, too large, and out of keeping with its surroundings and could act as a precedent for ribbon development along Prussia Cove Road. This was seconded by Cllr Jago and carried unanimously.

b. PA18/11538. Proposed single storey extension and associated works. Chafran, Johns Corner, Rosudgeon. Mr. Sharp. It was proposed by Cllr Moore, seconded by Cllr Griffiths and carried unanimously that the Parish Council raises no objection to the principle of development but requests that the finish and materials are in keeping with the surroundings.

c. PA18/11897. Felling of three trees. The Plantation, Grove Lane, Perran Downs, Goldsithney. Mr. Hodges. It was proposed by Cllr Moore, seconded by Cllr Scobie and carried unanimously that the application be opposed on the basis of the absence of information to justify the works

d. PA18/11764. Certificate of Lawfulness in respect of the existing use of a building that has been used as a unit of residential accommodation for a period in excess of 4 years. Chiverton Lane Orchard, Perran Downs Lane, Rosudgeon. Ms Susan Anne Norona. It was proposed by Cllr Moore that the Parish Council reiterates its view from November 2018 namely ‘that it is for Cornwall Council to determine the evidence presented but the Parish Council requests that Cornwall Council strongly resists this application which could encourage inappropriate development’. This was seconded by Cllr Jago and carried unanimously

It was noted that the following planning permissions had been granted granted:

a. PA18/05112. Mr. I. Hart. Menavaur, Nanturras Way, Goldsithney. Change of use of existing annexe to be used as holiday accommodation.

b. PA18/10570. Mr. Rhodri and Mrs. Hannah Mcatee. 11 Orchard Way, Goldsithney. Extension and alteration

c. PA18/08872. Mr. A. Allen. Gwynearh (sic), Packet Lane, Rosudgeon. Outline application for the construction of two dwellinghouses with all matters reserved

It was noted that the following planning applications had been refused:

a. PA18/08966. Mrs. Elaine Newman. Land and garage north of 21 St. Petry, Goldsithney. Demolition of single garage and construction of detached dwellinghouse.

b. PA18/09811. Ms Susan Anne Narona. Chiverton Lane Orchard, Perran Downs Lane, Rosudgeon. Certificate of Lawfulness in respect of the use of a building as a self-contained, independent, dwelling house, known as Chiverton Lane Orchard, Perran Downs Lane, Rosudgeon

And that the following planning appeals had been lodged:

a. APP/D0840/W/18/3215401. Appeal by Kensa Trevorrow against refusal of planning permission (PA18/01650) for outline planning application with all matters reserved: erection of residential dwelling and associated works for land adjacent to Landvue, Rosudgeon.

b. APP/D0840/W/18/3215515. Appeal by Mr. & Mrs. B. Rescorla against refusal of planning permission (PA18/03082) for outline permission with all matters reserved: erection of a dwelling for land SE of Perran Barton, Perran Downs, Goldsithney.

c. APP/D0840/Z/18/3213621. Appeal by Ms J. Thomas against refusal of planning permission (PA18/06190) for advertisement consent for frame mounted advert. Advertising hoarding, Chiverton Gate, Rosudgeon.

Item 4 Councillors Reports:

4a Councillor Nicholas’ Report. Cllr Moore read out the report that Cllr Nicholas had sent him. On the question of the Governance Reviews, it was agreed that Cllr Moore, Nicholas and Strawson would formulate proposals to put to the full Council, rather than have a separate meeting of the full Council to discuss this.

4b Other Councillors’ reports

Cllr Scobie expressed his grave frustration at the lack of apparent progress over the caravans at Trenow and enquired as to whether it was really not possible to have Cornwall Council do something. The clerk was instructed to write to Planning Enforcement about this.

Cllr Griffiths raised the cost of seat maintenance and felt that reserves should be earmarked for their replacement with plastic ones. He said he would enquire of the Navy to see if they could assist with the logistics of replacing the two seats at Maen Dhu point. Seat replacement was one of the items covered by Earmarked Reserves, to be discussed later in the Meeting.

Cllr Groves raised:

1. The question of the bus shelter in Perranuthnoe. Cllr Moore said that this, too, was on the list of Earmarked Reserve projects and that it required a Councillor to take a lead.

2. The Fire Service update, in particular (a) the Fire Service had been measuring the width of roads in Perranuthnoe (b) she had been advised that this was for the benefit of new members of the Fire Team to show them the problem areas (c) there are concerns about the access at the Mews and (d) the possibility of having a coffee morning at the Victoria in March, which the Fire Service would attend. She will pursue this.

3. The poor state of the notice board in Perranuthnoe. The clerk said that he had cleaned the inside and outside of the Perspex of all 5 boards. She and Cllr Scobie will inspect all 5 boards and report back to the Council. For this purpose, the clerk gave Cllr Scobie the key to the boards.

Neighbourhood Plan

The draft brief for James Evans having been previously circulated, it was agreed that Cllrs Moore and Strawson would review the comments received and then send the brief to Mr. Evans, hopefully by the end of the month. The amended Settlement Boundary plans had also been finalised and will now go back on the website.

Item 5 Minutes of the last meeting:

It was proposed by Cllr Jago and seconded by Cllr Griffiths that the Minutes of the Meeting held on 10th December 2018 be signed. This was unanimously approved.

Item 6 Matters brought forward from last meeting:

a. Meeting dates for 2019. It was decided by the Council that, henceforth, meetings would take place on the third Monday of the month.

b. Update on Fire Service visits. This having been previously dealt with, it was not mentioned again here.

Item 7 Date of next meeting:

Monday 18th February 2019 in Goldsithney Village Hall (St. Piran’s Hall) at 1915 hours

Date of meetings in 2019: 18th February, 18th March, 15th April, 20th May (preceded by Annual Meeting),17th June, 15th July, 19th August, 16th September, 21st October, 18th November and 16th December.

The clerk advised that, given the deadline for making monthly PAYE payments, it may prove necessary to have cheques for HMRC drawn and signed in advance of meetings in order to avoid penalties

Item 8 Correspondence, telephone calls and other reports:

a. E-mail dated 12th December 2018 re. climate emergency proposal for Parish Councils. This having previously been circulated, was noted.

b. Sowenna Appeal request. It was felt that this should be deferred to the next meeting.

c. Receive and approve Mr. Glover’s playground reports for December 2018. These having been previously circulated, were note and approved.

d. West Penwith Community Network Panel. Cllr Moore reported that the next meeting would take place on 17th January

e. Cornwall Council.

(i) E-mail re. Community Governance Reviews (initial interest). This having previously been covered, was not dealt with here

(ii) Co-option of Councillor. The clerk updated the Council on the current situation.

Item 9 Footpaths & Rights of Way: There was nothing to report

Item 10 To receive advance notice of items for the next meeting’s Agenda:

(a) Defibrillators
(b) Sowenna Appeal
(c) Appoint a councillor to be Charter Fair Committee representative

Item 11 Financial & Confidential Matters:

a. Receive and approve Bank Reconciliation Statement as at 3rd January 2019. This, having previously been circulated, was noted and approved

b. Constitute a planning subcommittee to consider planning applications for which the closing date is before the meeting following its receipt and an extension of time for consideration hasn’t been allowed. It was proposed by Cllr Jago, seconded by Cllr Griffiths and carried unanimously that Cllrs Nicholas, Moore, Strawson and Scobie be appointed to deal with any such planning matters.

c. Earmarked Reserves. The “Earmarked Reserves” paper previously prepared, having been circulated, was considered, after which it was proposed by Cllr Scobie, seconded by Cllr Griffiths and carried unanimously, that they be adopted.

d. Approve for payment items listed on the schedule. It was proposed by Cllr Jago that the items be passed for payment. This was seconded by Cllr Scobie and carried unanimously

Payments Schedule

1. St. Piran’s Hall. S. 137 grant (minute 8a of 10th December 2018). £2,700.00

2. Genius Loci. Website work for December. £30.00

3. Mr. Vaughan Glover. Playground reports for December 2018. £90.00

4. Clerk’s salary for December 2018

5. Payroll Direct. Invoice for PAYE and NI work. £31.83

6. St. Piran’s Hall. Meeting room hire in 2018. £132.00

Direct Debits

Pennon Water Services. Cemetery water. £13.88
BT Group Plc. Line rental and internet. £44.40. VAT £8.88. Total £53.28

Receipts

Dignity Funerals Ltd. Mr. Gammer’s interment fees and headstone fee. £570.00
Mr. A. Moore. Cash-back on stationery. £16.67. VAT £3.33. Total £20.00

The Meeting closed at 21.03 hours