. An Ordinary meeting of The Moulton’s Parish Council will be held on Tuesday 5th September 2023, 7pm at Moulton Seas End Village Hall.
- Chairman’s Welcome.
- Public Forum. This will last for a maximum of 15 minutes and the Parish Council meeting will commence at 7.15pm.
- Apologies for absence
- Declarations of interest. To receive any further declarations, in accordance with the Localism Act 2011.
- To consider the notes of the meeting held on 04/07/2023 and 07/08/2023
- To consider any matters arising from the minutes that are not covered by the agenda.
- Reports. To consider any matters relevant to the Cemetery. Churchyard and Allotments.
Funding for cemetery roadway.
Number of benches in the cemetery currently.
Probation service planning to attend the churchyard regularly
On going maintenance with churchyard contractor.
- Police Matters
- Highways Matters
- Financial Matters
11) Planning Matters
12) Moulton Village Ward
13) Moulton Seas End Ward
14) Moulton Chapel Ward
Ski slope development
15) SID Report
17) Items asked to be included on Agenda during last Meeting.
18) Councillors’ reports and items for inclusion on the next Agenda.
Councillors are reminded that this item is for reporting matters not included elsewhere on the agenda and to raise items for inclusion on future agendas.
19) To confirm date and time of the next Parish Council Meeting.
20) If necessary, to consider passing a resolution under section 100A(4) of the Local Government Act 1972, to exclude the press and public from the meeting in order to discuss any items of business that may involve the disclosure of exempt information as defined in those paragraphs of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of that Act as amended by the Local Government Access to Information(Variation) Order 2006.
Minutes of the Monthly Parish Meeting of The Moulton’s Parish Council held on Tuesday 5th September 2023 at Moulton Seas End Village Hall.
Present: Parish Cllrs Cooper (Chair), Wakefield (Vice), Sanderson, Hahn, Ingham, Sneath, Tibbs, Kirk, Woolf, and Wright along with Parish Clerk.
Nine members of the public also in attendance including Dist. Cllr Casson, Gibson, and County Cllr Pepper
1) Chairman’s welcome
The Chairman Cllr Cooper welcomed everyone to the meeting
2) Public Forum
Various members of the public were concerned about the planning application that has been submitted behind the war memorial in Seas End. The trees proposed, (red maple) are known for growing extremely high.
The councillors and the public had concerns over the damage (vibrations) that could occur to the memorial. The concern of the land surrounding the memorial being sacred was also voiced. It was agreed that the Clerk would send in comments on behalf of the Parish Council and Cllr Woolf suggested the public should send in their comments if they feel it is needed.
A member of The Allison Homes group, Mr Reilly explained the ‘Ski Slope’ development application in detail and answered councillor’s questions on heights and how they hope the development will move forwards.
3) Apologies for Absence
4) Declarations of interest
Cllr Sneath and Cllr Woolf declared he is a district councillor.
5) To consider the notes of the meeting held on 04/07/2023 and 07/08/2023
Cllr Sneath proposed, seconded Cllr Wright.
All agreed and signed by the Chair.
6) Matters Arising
Chafer grub traps look like they have caught the odd bug.
Funding for the cemetery roadway has been applied for via the prosperity fund. The Clerk has had a reply to say it has been forwarded onto another fund as it would not be available from the prosperity fund.
Ongoing enquiries from people asking for memorial benches for their loved ones. It is very crowded with benches. It was all agreed no more benches going forward and that a place for a memorial tree would be considered in these cases from now on.
Laud- ashes churchyard
The probation service will start to attend every Thursday to carry out the maintenance tidying/weeding.
Quotes for next year’s churchyard maintenance with contractors will be sought by the Clerk.
Invoices will go out soon.
Lincs Road Safety Partnership have analysed Broad Lane, Moulton in May this year and the average speed was 24mph in the 30mph zone. No cameras can be introduced unless it is a regular injury site from traffic.
Cllr Pepper informed councillors that an extension of the 30mph Fengate, Moulton Chapel looks likely to go ahead in the near future.
Cllr Woolf asked Cllr Gibson about a manhole cover causing a disturbance by a Moulton Seas End resident.
Business Account £92,102.26
Treasurer’s Account £81,159.46
Petty Cash £0.00
(Treasurers acc.) Income £560.00
(Treasurers acc.) Expenditure £2130.31
Payments to be made
Marriott July (already paid 2nd August) £942.24
Gand D broken item MSE park £245.03
TN Sneath £1134.00
TN Sneath extra churchyard £1152.00
SH Voluntary car service £1244.00
MC Hall Hire £55.00
Moulton Hall hire £15.75
SHDC election recharge fees £81.50
Clerk expenses £98.20 (stamps and toner)
Clerk mileage 70 miles @ 45p = £31.50 March to September
Proposed Cllr Kirk, Seconded Cllr Wright. All agreed.
H13-0752-23 – F Dring and Sons – Double Roof Farm High Road – Full - Change of use of agricultural buildings to use class B2, B8, E (g) (iii) with alterations to some building.
H13-0709-23 – Allison Homes – Land North of Roman Road, Moulton Chapel – Condition compliance- Details of external materials, landscaping, boundary treatments & screening, existing & proposed site levels & floor levels, construction management, contamination & pollution, storage & disposal of refuse & recycling, estate road & footways finished surface levels, surface water drainage scheme, foul water drainage works & archaeological investigation (Conditions 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 12, 15, 16, 17 & 20 of H13-1215-18)
H13-0741-23 – S Barker -Laburnum House, Loosegate Road – Extension and alterations – full
H13-0642-23 – BLM Builders Ltd- Rear of war memorial, Seas End Road – Proposed residential development x3 – Full
H13-0649-23 – Mr and Mrs D Lockley – 35 Earlsfield, Moulton Seas End – Two storey extension to house - full
H13-0612-23 – Mr R Kearley – Snake Hall Cottage, Moulton Chapel – proposed garage with accommodation and extension - full
H13-0535-23- 12 Westmoreland Road, Moulton – single storey extension – approved
H13-0225-23 – Brooklyn House, High Street, Moulton – replacement of window – refusal
H13-0449-23 – Brooklyn House, High Street Moulton – Erection of Domestic outbuilding – approved
H13-0551-23 – Acorn Landscapes, High Road – sec 73 modification – approved
H13-0548-23 – Eaugate Road, Moulton Chapel – details of windows- condition compliance – approved
12) Moulton Ward
Clerk explained the costs expected for the new reports needed. Final costings would be with the Clerk by next week. It was agreed an extra meeting would be organised if need be.
13) M S E Ward
ROSPA report was discussed and agreed councillors would try to fix requests themselves to satisfy the report.
If anyone would like to place a memorial bench anywhere, it was suggested the Park in Seas End would be a good idea.
Cllr Sneath suggested the money is spent asap on a new swing in Seas End.
The Chair suggested some gravel/slabs on the war memorial area for Armistice Day. Cllr Kirk stated he would ask the developer if they would offer to improve the area.
Cllr Gibson informed everyone of a fund that could also help with the project.
14) Moulton Chapel Ward
Cllr Wakefield voiced concerns over the drainage. Questions were posed to Mr Reilly, member of the Allison Homes group. It was asked if pilling was still needed for the development. It was estimated the new project would take approx. 18 months. Councillors thanked Mr Reilly for attending and answering questions.
Cllr Woolf asked about the development with the new sign. The Clerk will continue to search for the company to produce the signs.
15) SID Report
Average speed Bell Lane 26.88mph. The device will now be moved to Station Road, Moulton.
17) Matters for Discussion to become Agenda items at next meeting
18) Date and time of next meeting
Tuesday October 3rd 2023 7pm at Moulton Community Centre.
19) If necessary, to consider passing a resolution under section 100A(4) of the Local Government Act 1972, to exclude the press and public from the meeting in order to discuss any items of business that may involve the disclosure of exempt information as defined in those paragraphs of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of that Act as amended by the Local Government Access to Information(Variation) Order 2006.
Finances and contractors were discussed for the Play Park
Meeting Closed at 8:50pm.