Bramley Parish Council Minutes - 21st June 2017

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BRAMLEY PARISH COUNCIL

 Minutes of the Meeting of the Council

Date:

Wednesday 21st June 2017

Time:

7.30pm

Place:

Bramley Room, Bramley Village Hall

Present:

Cllr Durrant (Chair)

Cllr Tomblin (Vice-Chair)

 

Cllr Bell (Vice Chair)

Cllr Ansell

 

Cllr Flooks

Cllr Capel

 

Cllr DiMascio

 

In Attendance:

Maxta Thomas (Clerk)

5 members of the public

 

Cllr Robinson (Borough)

Lesley Kelly – Community Speedwatch

 

Chris Price – Community Speedwatch

PCSO Johnson

Apologies:

Cllr Lane

Cllr Marshall

 

Cllr Rowland (Borough)

Cllr Vaughan (County)

         

 

 

Action

1

Apologies for Absence

 

 

As listed above.

 

2

Declarations of Interest

 

 

Cllr Ansell declared an interest in item 5.1, the planning application for 26 Bramley Green Road, and took no part in the decision for that item.

 

3

Minutes of the Last Parish Council Meeting

 

3.1

The minutes of the meeting held on 17th May, and the AGM and APM on 24th May were unanimously agreed to be a true and accurate record.  The minutes were signed by the Chairman.

 

 

3.2

Matters arising

 

 

None.

 

4

Open Forum

 

 

Cllr Durrant invited questions from the public.

None.

 

5

Planning & Development

 

5.1

New Applications

 17/01597/LBC - Sherborne House Bullsdown Farm German Road Bramley

Installation of bi-fold doors

No objections unanimously agreed.

17/01707/HSE - 26 Bramley Green Road Bramley

Erection of single storey side extension

Cllr Ansell noted his declaration of interest for this item, and took no part in the decision.

No objections provided parking space/garage space is not reduced.  Unanimously agreed.

17/02004/FUL - Bow Brook Farm Vyne Road Bramley

Change of use of equestrian haystore and menage to use as a stables, riding school and livery

No objections unanimously agreed.

17/02007/HSE - 4 Tudor Close Bramley

Erection of a single storey rear extension following demolition of existing conservatory

No objections unanimously agreed.

17/01999/RET - 103 Coopers Lane Bramley

Conversion of garage to habitable accommodation

Appearance of the property is unchanged as the garage door is left in place.  However, parking/garage space is reduced.  Objections on this basis unanimously agreed.

 

Clerk

 

 

 

Clerk

 

 

 

Clerk

 

 

Clerk

 

 

Clerk

5.2

Approvals/Refusals – these were noted.   See appendix A. 

The refusal of the 17/00449/RET for Farriers Close was noted.  The decision by the Development Control Committee at BDBC was unanimous.  There is a 2 month grace period before enforcement action will be taken.  It is likely the application will go to appeal. 

 

5.3

Minchens Lane reserved matters – update

16/03524/RES - Land At Minchens Lane Bramley – AMENDED

This application was due to be considered at the recent DC meeting – however, it was removed pending further information.  Further amendments to the above application have been received today from BDBC.  Cllr Durrant stated that he has written to officers at BDBC protesting the lack of cycle path through the development, and noting that the PC is seeking ways of withdrawing the licence for access to Clift Meadow from the development in the south eastern corner of Clift Meadow.  The application is likely to be considered at the next DC meeting in July – Clerk to request ward councillors ensure that this is the case. 

 

 

 

Clerk

 

5.4

Update on Strawberry Fields planning application – a meeting is still to be set up between Bewley and councillors to discuss s.106 and affordable housing requirements.   

It was noted that the Environment Agency have lodged objections to the application, and the PCs objections have the support of the ward councillors. Cllr Tomblin noted the continued lack of consideration for the cumulative effect on Bow Brook of repeated developments – the Planning Committee is to meet to formulate a response to BDBC re-iterating concerns on flooding at the site.

The marketing sign on the site has been reported to BDBC enforcement, who have confirmed that advertising permission would be required for such a sign.  BDBC have written to the developers informing them of this, and requested that the sign be removed or the appropriate permission sought.  The Clerk is awaiting further updates. 

 

Clerk

 

 

 

Planning Committee

 

5.6

Update on planning enforcement actions

One Stop shop – One Stop are liaising Environmental Health officers on light levels from the sign at the shop, and trying to clarify exactly what is required.  The Clerk is continuing to chase for updates. 

Cufaude Lane traveller site – BDBC are still seeking a variation on the injunction to include the entire site, and that the travellers will subsequently be issued with a final notice to quit.  The Clerk is continuing to chase for updates.

 

Clerk

 

Clerk

5.7

Planning Committee Membership – Cllr Flooks to Chair the Committee.   Members will be Cllr DiMascio, Cllr Tomblin, and Cllr Bell.  Clerk to check Terms of Reference for the Committee and distribute to all members.

 

Clerk

6

Parish Environment

 

6.1

Parish maintenance issues

         i.            Campbell Road roundabout grass cutting – this is now complete, but will need to be repeated to maintain lines of visibility.

       ii.            Coopers Lane bench – the Clerk has checked with the contractor about the safety of the concrete ends of the bench.  The contractor has confirmed that it is safe, but as a further measure has filled the cracked to prevent frost damage. 

     iii.            Cinder Track culvert clearance – this is now complete. 

     iv.            Various complaints have been received about long grass around BDBC maintained areas.  The Clerk has raised the issue with officers at BDBC.

 

Clerk

 

 

 

 

7

Clerk’s report and administration

 

7.1

Moving meetings to a different evening – several issues recently have highlighted that Wednesday evenings are becoming increasingly difficult for Parish Council meetings.  It was proposed by Durrant to move to a Tuesday evening, and seconded by Cllr Bell.  Unanimously agreed.  Effective from September meeting.

 

Clerk

7.2

Update on defibrillators – the defibrillator for the Village Hall should be installed soon – the electrician is to get in touch to confirm location and dates.  The Clerk is still consulting with the Community Responders on the location of the second defibrillator.

Clerk

8

Reports

 

8.1

Reports from Parish Council representatives

 

a.

Allotments & Burial Ground Update – see appendix B.

Advert for parish mag to be placed as no waiting list at present.

         i.            Replacement bench for Burial Ground - Cllr Ansell has obtained three quotes.  These were considered by Councillors, with Cllr Durrant proposing that the quote from Memorial Benches for £1150 be accepted due to the guarantee the company give.  This was seconded by Cllr Bell and unanimously agreed.  Clerk to action.  Cllr Ansell to check about secure fixings for the bench.

       ii.            Cllr Durrant to take on the Burial Ground Memorial Garden project.

 

 

Clerk/Cllr Ansell

Cllr Durrant

b.

Neighbourhood Development Plan – see appendix B.  The Plan is now fully in place beside the Local Plan.  It is being quoted in planning applications, and referred to in planning decisions.  Work is now being done to bring areas of the parish in line with the policies.

Cllr Bell to present Bramley experiences at a forum at BDBC in the near future.

Cllr Bell noted the ‘Groundwork Community Awards’ which recognise excellence in community work.  He suggested that the NDP working group could be put forward.  Cllr Bell to circulate details ready for an agenda item for July.

 

Cllr Bell/ Clerk

c.

Village Hall Trust – see appendix B.

Cllr Bell gave a brief synopsis of the AGM held on 19th June - full report in appendix.  Cllr Bell noted his questions re the rents charged to Little Apples for the use of the hall.  He also noted that the proposed extension is primarily for the benefit of Little Apples, and that the PC and others would only have access when Little Apples were not in session.  Cllr Bell noted that he felt that the extension will not be of benefit to the village as a whole. 

Cllr Tomblin noted that the pre-school is primarily for Bramley residents, and Phill Lewis of the VHT further noted that the pre-school is very well regarded by County and Ofsted. 

Councillors noted concerns over the proposed architect – Phil stated that he was aware of these concerns, and that this architect is only involved with the pre-planning stage for the moment.

Phil noted that the extension will open up extra toilet facilities for the Bramley Room whilst the Pre-school is in session.

LIF grant is mostly for extension, but will include some refurbishment of the existing facilities. 

There is now a full complement of elected Trustees, plus one co-opted Trustee.

Phil noted the silver award accreditation from the Simple Quality Protects scheme, and congratulated Catriona Hayward for her work on this – this was echoed by Councillors. 

Cllr Ansell noted that the pre-school did try in 2010 to find an alternative site, but support at Borough level was not forthcoming. 

         i.            Cllr Ansell presented audio visual proposals for the Bramley Room.  After consideration of the three quotes, Cllr Ansell proposed that the quote from AVAT be accepted, subject to accepting certain criteria.  This was seconded by Cllr Durrant and carried unanimously.  Clerk and Cllr Ansell to liaise with the VH Trustees.  It was noted that there may be ongoing maintenance costs, and Cllr Durrant proposed that the PC cover for the first two years.  This was unanimously agreed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cllr Ansell/ Clerk

d.

Clift Meadow Trust – see appendix B.

Cllr Capel gave a verbal report. 

  • CMT need to generate more income for both halls – efforts are being put into this.
  • The website is being updated.
  • Quotes are being obtained for a new barrier for the car park.
  • Alan Kemp, a long standing trustee, passed away in June.  Councillors asked that their condolences be passed along.  Cllr Durrant proposed sending flowers or a donation.  Richard Wood noted that there may be a memorial bench installed in memory of Alan.

 

e.

Education & Schools – see appendix B. 

 

f.

Policing & Neighbourhood Watch – see appendix B. 

Poster campaign on reporting to be repeated in the middle of July (at the start of the school holidays).

Yew Tree Close issues – vandalism etc.  Cllr Durrant has been speaking with officers at BDBC about blocking the unofficial access at yew Tree Close.  It appears that BDBC will be unable to assist.  Therefore Cllr Durrant proposed that the PC place a planning application to block off the access, and fund the necessary work.  Cllr DiMascio seconded – unanimously agreed.  Cllr Durrant to take forward.

 

 

 

Cllr Durrant

g.

Highways/Footpaths– see appendix B. 

         i.            Air quality measurement system proposal – Cllr Ansell presented the proposal for a system at the level crossing, which will cost £8,029.  Cllr Ansell proposed that the quote be accepted and taken forward.  Cllr Durrant seconded, unanimously agreed.  Clerk and Cllr Ansell to take forward.  Cllr Ansell confirmed that the Borough have no plans to monitor air quality at the level crossing. 

 

Cllr Ansell/ Clerk

h.

Road Safety project – see appendix B.  A meeting with Network Rail has been set to discuss the permissive path, and (at their suggestion) to discuss possible options to close the level crossing.  Clerk to remind new County Councillor that a follow up meeting to the NR meeting last year was promised.

 

Clerk

i.

Community Speedwatch – see appendix B.  Chris Price introduced the new co-ordinator Lesley Kelly.  Cllr Durrant noted that the team have yet to deploy on the western side of the level crossing – Lesley stated that they are still waiting for police approval for sites on this side of the village. 

The group are actively seeking funding opportunities for the purchase of their own SID. 

Awaiting formal quotes for CSW signs for the entrances to the village. 

 

8.2

Borough Councillor Report – see appendix B.  Cllr Durrant noted that Cllr Robinson is now the Deputy chair of the DC Committee. 

 

8.3

County Councillor Report – see appendix B.

 

8.4

Chairmans Report – nothing to report.

 

9

Consultation Documents requiring consideration

 

9.1

Draft Planning Obligations for Infrastructure Supplementary Planning Document

The consultation was considered by Councillors.  Cllr Tomblin noted monies from the CIL process can go anywhere in the Borough.  S.106 money usage will be very restricted.  CIL money will have to be applied for. 

No response unanimously agreed. 

 

 

 

10

Grant Applications

 

 

None.

 

11

Finance

 

11.1

Payments and Reconciliation Approval – see appendix C.

The clerk outlined the payments and reconciliation for June.  She noted the following:

  • The outstanding payments for May have now been made.
  • The invoice for signage at Clift Meadow is due.
  • All other payments as expected

It was unanimously agreed to approve the payments for June – Clerk to process.

 

 

 

 

Clerk

11.2

Acknowledgement of Receipts – see Appendix C.

Receipts were noted.   

 

12

Date of Next Meeting

 The next meeting will be held on Wednesday 19th July 2017.

 

13

Resolution to exclude press and public from items that may require discussion of possible legal and financial proceedings 

 

14

Confidential Items

 

 

None.

 

 

The meeting closed at 9.19pm.

 

 

Signed:                 ………………………………………………………………….      Date:………………………………………

(Chairman)

Appendix A – Planning Summary

 

Planning Applications for Consideration

1.

17/01597/LBC - Sherborne House Bullsdown Farm German Road Bramley

Installation of bi-fold doors

 

2.

17/01707/HSE - 26 Bramley Green Road Bramley

Erection of single storey side extension

 

3.

17/02004/FUL - Bow Brook Farm Vyne Road Bramley

Change of use of equestrian haystore and menage to use as a stables, riding school and livery

 

4.

17/02007/HSE - 4 Tudor Close Bramley

Erection of a single storey rear extension following demolition of existing conservatory

 

5.

17/01999/RET - 103 Coopers Lane Bramley

Conversion of garage to habitable accommodation

 

 

Approvals/Refusals*

1.

16/04505/RES - Land At Minchens Lane Minchens Lane Bramley

Reserved matters application (Phase 3) for the erection of 6 dwellings with associated landscaping and open space, including equipped play space (pursuant to Outline planning permission 14/01075/OUT for 200 dwellings)

Granted

 

Objections withdrawn

2.

17/00449/RET – Land to the rear of 29 and 30 Farriers Close Bramley

Change of use of open space land to land within residential land (retrospective)

Refused

 

Objections

3.

17/01176/HSE - 9 Strawberry Fields Bramley

Erection of single storey side extension

Granted

No objections

4.

17/01380/HSE - 51 Longbridge Road Bramley

Single storey front extension

Granted

No objections

 

Pending Applications*

1.

16/03052/FUL & 16/03053/LBC - Beech Farm Lane End Bramley

Works of restoration to external elevations, roof and new entrance porch, and internal alterations to Beech Farm Cottages for use as two dwellings. Creation of a parking area to the west of the building. Demolition of dilapidated wooden shed/store to the south of the building

Objections

2.

16/04519/FUL - Upper Cufaude Farmhouse Cufaude Lane Bramley

Erection of 2 no. dwellings

No objections, subject to Heritage view

3.

17/00206/ADV - Bramley Post Office Sherfield Road Bramley

Display of 1 no. externally illuminated Fascia Sign and 3 no. window graphics

Objections

4.

17/00936/FUL - Land To The North Of Sherfield Road Bramley

Residential development of 55 dwellings including affordable housing with associated access, highways works, drainage work (SUDS), public open space and other associated infrastructure

Objections

5.

17/01010/FUL - Land At Larchwood Crockford Lane Chineham

Erection of 2 no buildings for flexible B1c, B2 and B8 use and provision of associated parking

Objections

6.

16/03524/RES - Land At Minchens Lane Bramley - AMENDED

Reserved matters application for Phase 2 for the access, layout, scale, appearance and landscaping of 66 dwellings with associated estate roads and open space (pursuant to Outline planning permission 14/01075/OUT for 200 dwellings)

Objections

 

 

7.

17/01269/RES - Razors Farm Cufaude Lane Chineham

Reserved matters application for details of landscaping and layout of access road to future pumping station pursuant to outline permission BDB/77341

No objections, comments

8.

17/01540/HSE - 9 St James Close Bramley

Conversion of garage to living accommodation and move front door forward

Objections

 

*Objections/no objections listed are the decision of Bramley Parish Council only, and do not reflect any submissions placed by members of the public or other bodies with Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council.

 

 

Appendix B – Reports

 

ALLOTMENTS/BURIAL GROUND

Notes/Issues –

Plots currently under lease agreement

  • X2 full plots
  • X16 half plots

 

Total plots available for lease -            

  • x2 half plots are available.
  • Current waiting list is 0 – Advert suggested for Parish Magazine.
  • Plot 11 – Notice to improve was issued, plot was handed back.
  • Plot 12 replacement fencing required scheduled to be installed October 2017, at the end of the growing season. 

3 bay composter has been cleared to composted soil levels, guidelines need to be issued to leaseholders concerning the use of the composters. 

Actions –

  • Trees along the leading path of the allotments are casting long shadows during the summer months, hampering crop growth – awaiting quotes from tree surgeons.
  • Allotment information pack completed and shared with Parish Clerk.

 

NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN

No written report received.

 

VILLAGE HALL TRUST

Annual Report and Accounts - The Annual Report and Accounts have been prepared and have been shared with the residents of the Bramley Precept Area as required by the Conveyance and Trust Deed. They can be viewed on our website and have been distributed by email to all regular customers, by Mail Chimp to all on our mailing list and via the Bramley Google group. The accounts show that a small surplus of £602 was made at the end of the financial year 2016-17.

Village Hall AGM - The AGM was held on Monday 19th June. The Annual Reports and Accounts were presented. The following were elected to serve as Trustees for the next 12 months:

  • Philip Lewis – Chairman
  • Jane Matthews – Vice Chairman
  • Richard Beale – Treasurer
  • Joanne Whatley – Secretary
  • Jennifer Begent
  • Tony Walton
  • Sarah Hodnett
  • Arthur Silverton

 

Refurbishment of the Village Hall - The final architect’s plan is on display in the Bramley Room for this evening’s meeting and has been shared with the local residents in the above ways. http://www.bramleyhampshire.org.uk/event/bramley-village-hall-trust-agm/ . Quotes are being sought so that the plan can be transformed into the relevant form so that it can be taken forward to the Planning Permission stage. An ’Expression of Interest’ has been made to the Borough’s Local Infrastructure Fund and it is hoped that an application will be welcomed. It is proposed that a sum of £200,000 be requested but this has to be ratified by the new Trustees.  If we are successful the project will start in March 2018.

Awards - As part of the Local Infrastructure Fund agreement with Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council the Village Hall Trustees have had to fulfil the requirements of a charter mark type examination of the Trust’s legally required policies and procedures called Simple Quality Protects. The whole exercise, which has required many hours of work, has been managed by Mrs Hayward with the support of the Trustees.  On 9th June 2107 the Bramley Village Hall was awarded the Silver accreditation of Simple Quality Protects. The citation runs: After the recent review at Bramley Village Hall and receipt of your recent outstanding documents, I am pleased to confirm that Basingstoke Voluntary Action have approved Silver accreditation. A certificate will be issued in due course and will be displayed in the Village Hall Entrance Lobby. It will reassure the residents of Bramley and the wider general public that Bramley Village Hall is a well-run Community venue

 

CLIFT MEADOW TRUST

No written report received.

 

EDUCATION & SCHOOLS

No written report received.

 

POLICING & NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH

 

Bramley and Sherfield (BL02)

Burglaries - Burglaries are a Local Beat Priority across the whole of Basingstoke. 1 reported burglary non-dwelling reported over this month. This incident was relating to unknown offenders breaking into a garden centre. Upon police arrival, it was evident that items had been moved however the aggrieved party have been unable confirm if anything had been taken.

Please mark your valuables in some way with your post code or take a picture of them and any distinguishing marks just in case they are recovered by Police, then we will be able to return them to you. 

Anti-Social Behaviour - There have been 11 reports of ASB this month. This increase was expected as the weather is getting better and the evenings are staying lighter for longer. Most of these reports are linked to each other, for example three are about the same incident on the same date.

If you suffer from ASB and you are a tenant of social housing then you will need to report these incidents to your housing officer before you contact Police. If the offender is also in social housing accommodation then your housing association will have more powers to tackle it than we do. If your housing officer believes Police intervention will help then they will contact us.

I would like to encourage all residents to report any incidents of anti-social behaviour to us on 101, or if you are a resident of social housing and your issues are with a neighbour also living in social housing accommodation, please report any incidents to your local housing officer, if the problem then persists then your Housing Officer will contact me. Please do report ASB because if it doesn’t get reported then I will not know that it’s happening and therefore I will not be able to focus my patrol time efficiently.

Suspicious Incidents - There have also been 5 suspicious vehicle/ person reports. Nothing of these reports indicate anything to be concerned over. None of these reports have any links to other crimes that have been reported.

If you see anything you consider being suspicious please call us on 101 to report it. If there are any units free at the time of the call, they will attend. I am impressed of the detail people giving to us. The majority of the suspicious vehicles that have been called in to us have been with a full registration! It helps us out a lot when we have this line of enquiry as we can normally locate the owner and ask them what they were doing.

Other - Through people calling incidents in at the time of them occurring, it has enabled officers to identify youths suspected to be involved in the recent damage/ ASB around the village. Our body worn video has managed to obtain live time evidence against some of the youths to prove their involvement. As a result of this, I have managed to issue one youth with an official ASB warning letter and referred two for an “acceptable behaviour contract” which is managed by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council. Even though I appreciate that this is a low-level response to the behaviour some residents have experienced, this is first step that we have to take, if incidents continue and the youths identified are connected to the incidents then further action can now be taken. 

There was one Criminal Damage incident in Lane End whereby a window was smashed by a youth throwing a rock. He has been identified and the incident is currently being investigated by a colleague who is working closely with the Youth Offending Team to identify a proportionate outcome.

 

Monthly Crime Stats

ASB – 11                                        Assault – 5                                           Burglary Dwelling – 0

Burglary non-Dwelling – 1      Concern for Welfare – 0                 Criminal Damage – 5                      

Driving Complaint – 1               Drink Driving – 0                               Drug offences – 1

Missing Person – 0                    Public Order offences – 1              Road Traffic Collision – 5

Suspicious Incidents – 5          Theft – 3                                              Theft from Vehicle – 1                   

Theft of Vehicle – 2                   Theft of Pedal Cycle – 0                  Other - 2

 

Emergency - As always, please can I ask all residents to report any suspicious persons, vehicles or incidents using the 101 telephone number; please only ring 999 if it is a genuine emergency. An easy guide on which number to use is this:

Is the incident in progress and is there a risk of injury or damage to property? – 999

Has the incident already happened and there is no longer any risk? – 101

Anything else we need to know about? – 101

Many thanks,

PCSO Nathan Johnson

 

HIGHWAYS/FOOTPATHS

Issues - The Bullsdown path and its intersection with the road to Bullsdown Farm development has been highlighted by a resident as dangerous. 

Actions - Email raised with Hampshire Traffic Management, awaiting response, 3 months and counting.

 

ROAD SAFETY PROJECT

Notes -

  • Flash report from HCC provided to coucillors
  • HCC have shared a ‘Materials brochure’ for the main wall of the path along the station wall.

Issues –

  • Network Rail have responded to email questions over permissive path access and suggest a meeting, date to be proposed.

Actions –

  1. HCC to provide update against design programme
  2. HCC to progress detailed design
  3. HCC & BPC to progress discussions with NR about Legal Agreement possibilities
  4. HCC & BPC to discuss permissive access proposal with ROW (HCC Rights of Way) and impact on existing ROW for footpath13
  5. HCC ongoing review BPC traffic data

 

TRANSPORT

Notes -

  • Network Rail – level crossing exploratory meetings.
    • Follow up meeting suggested by NR awaiting date proposal.
  • Transport survey work
    • Air quality management/measurement solutions paper provided to Parish Council March 2017, formal quote provided for decision by Parish Council June 2017.

Actions - Decision on Air Quality Measurement supply 

 

IT/COMMUNICATIONS

Notes - 3 supplier quotes obtained for supply & installation of A/V system.

Actions –

  1. Decision from Parish Council for A/V installation with 3 quotes provided, June 2017 PC meeting.
  2. Generation of a project plan covering IT/comms

 

COMMUNITY SPEEDWATCH

Bramley Community Speedwatch has deployed 3 times since the last Parish Council Meeting.  One deployment had to be cancelled as we were below minimum numbers of volunteers (3) and it was before additional volunteers came through clearance and training. We now have 12 cleared and trained volunteers which will make it easier to deploy more easily and flexibly and different times of day. We have three more volunteers going through clearance or awaiting training.

The results are summarised below (in bold):

 

Date/Time

Location

Speed Limit

Recorded Vehicles over 35

Recorded Vehicles Over 40

Vehicles Travelling to Direction of recording

Highest Speed Recorded

1st Time Offenders (Letters sent)

2nd Time Offenders (Letters sent)

Mon 24/4/17 17:00-19:00

Campbell Road

30

6

1

N/A

46

5

0

Sat 29/4/17 10:00-12:00

Sherfield Road (The Smithy)

30

20

2

N/A

41

15

0

Fri 5/5/17 16:00-17:00

Sherfield Road (The Smithy)

30

20

6

N/A

 

45

12

0

Fri 12/5/17 18:00-19:30

Sherfield Road (The Smithy)

30

23

1

N/A

40

19

2

Thu 18/5/17

14:30-15:30

Sherfield Road (by Strawberry Fields)

30

16

1

N/A

>46

N/A

N/A

Fri 26/4/17 17:00-18:0000

German Road

30

7

2

78

41

4

1

Mon 12/6/17 14:30-15;30

Sherfield Road (by Strawberry Fields)

30

7

0

172

39

N/A

N/A

 

Note that with increased volunteers we also have the ability to record the number of vehicles that are travelling in the direction of the SID recording. Hopefully this may provide more helpful information to BPC.

This month we have deployed in new locations and carried out a couple of deployments around school run time. Whilst the presence of Speedwatch does seem to slow traffic, there are still worrying speeds recorded whilst children a walking from school.

Appendix C – Finance

Bank Reconciliation

20th June 2016

           
           

Closing Balance from statement #051 03/06/2017

   

£131,650.70

           

Income

         

20 Jun 17

000073

Hallam Funeral Services - Burial Ground Fees

25.00

   

20 Jun 17

000073

Spencer & Peyton - Burial Ground Fees

189.00

   

20 Jun 17

000073

A Monger Funeral Services - Burial Ground Fees

164.00

   
         

£378.00

Expenditure

       

12 Apr 17

DDAPR08

New taps for allotments

115.00

   

17 May 17

DDMAY06

Storage boxes

11.97

   

17 May 17

DDMAY19

Grant to BSA for School fete

1,000.00

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN01

Silchester Parish Council - SID hire for Speedwatch

100.00

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN02

Tadley Self Storage - Unit rental - June

55.00

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN03

BVHT - Hall Hire

24.00

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN04

BVHT – Hall Hire

24.00

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN05

BVHT - Hall Hire - CSW training

2.00

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN06

Bulpitt Brothers - Churchyard Maintenance

900.00

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN06

Bulpitt Brothers - Bramley Green grass cutting

433.00

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN07

DCK Beavers - Payroll fees - June

30.00

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN08

NEST - Pension Contributions - June

20.05

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN09

Litter Warden Salary - June

352.66

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN10

Clerk's salary - June

1,254.18

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN11

HMRC - Tax/Nics Q1

1,339.77

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN12

Greenhouse Graphics - Clift Meadow signage

987.60

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN13

Rocon Contractors Ltd -  Storage Shed repairs

360.00

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN14

Clerk Mileage

13.50

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN14

Stationery

28.30

   

21 Jun 17

DDJUN14

Printer cartridges

324.53

   
           
         

£7,375.56

         

 

 Balance including uncleared cheques

   

£124,653.14

 

 

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