Agenda for the Parish Council Meeting of the 19th December 2011
Birdham Parish Council
28 Langdale Avenue, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 8JQ
Tel : 01243 790402 Fax : 01243 784478
Clerk to the Council : David J Siggs
MEETING OF THE PARISH COUNCIL
I hereby give you notice that a Meeting of Birdham Parish Council is to be held on Monday19th December 2011 in the Main Hall at Birdham Village Hall at 7pm and all members of the Council are hereby summoned to attend. All residents are invited to attend.
David J Siggs – Clerk to the Council
1. Apologies for absence
2. Public Question Time. (In accordance with Standing Orders 1d – 1l)
3. Declaration of interests
4. Approve and sign the minutes of the meeting held on 21st November 2011
5. Land bequeathed to the Council – Clerk to report on current position
6. Clerk’s Report including:
i) WSCC Reports, highways matters and correspondence
ii) CDC reports including correspondence
iii) Other related matters
iv) Reports from Members of WSCC/CDC if appropriate
7. Planning matters including CDC Applications and Decisions
BI/11/04617/DOM Mr Alan Major The Corner Crooked Lane Birdham
Demolition of existing garage and conservatory/porch and erection of pitch tiled roof in lieu of existing flat roof and erection of new conservatory.
BI/11/04784/PLD Mr Nicholas Hayes Havenhurst Sidlesham Lane Birdham
Single storey side and rear extension.
BI/11/04708/TPA Mr Anthony Hope Cross Trees Burlow Close Birdham
Crown reduction by 30% on 2 no. Horse Chestnut trees (T4 and T5) subject to BI/69/00009/TPO.
BI/11/04727/DOM Mr D POWELL Boughtons 26 Greenacres Birdham
Two storey side extension. (Resubmission of BI/10/05434/DOM).
BI/11/04767/DOM Mr David Finnamore Broomer Farm Lock Lane Birdham
Garden office including wc.
BI/11/04964/TPA Mr Alan Grisdale 31 Walwyn Close Birdham Chichester
Reduce south and east sectors by 2m (to previous wound points), remove deadwood and internal epicormic growth on 1 no. Oak tree (T4) subject to BI/97/00037/TPO.
BI/11/04680/FUL Mr And Mrs Oliver Moorings Westlands Estate Birdham
Replacement house, garage and associated landscaping.
BI/11/01392/ELD Mr Wayne Hemmingway Home Shipton Green Lane Itchenor
Use of land as private amenity space in association with adjacent dwellinghouse. REFUSE
BI/11/03687/DOM Mr Kenneth Swayne Pentlands 5 Burlow Close Birdham
Retrospective application for the retention of the wooden trellis fencing to south side of property. REFUSE
BI/11/04345/NMA Mr And Mrs Douglas 15 Walwyn Close Birdham
Non – material amendment to planning permission BI/11/01724/DOM. Change the material from brickwork with brick detailing to ivory render and brick detailing to two walls of the rear extension. PERMIT
BI/11/00342/FUL The Church Commissioners Of England 2 Cowdry Cottages Sidlesham Lane Birdham
Removal of agricultural/forestry occupancy condition from permission for dwelling (reference BI/13/53) at 2 Cowdry Cottages, Sidlesham Lane, Birdham.
APPEAL LODGED AGAINST NON DETERMINATION
BI/11/03813/FUL Mr Graham Pick Northleigh Farm Main Road Birdham
Lockable barn for agricultural machinery with lean-to for cattle and cattle feed. PERMIT
BI/11/02869/ADV Mr Peter Lansdale Premier Business Park Birdham Road
1 no. forecourt sign. REFUSE
BI/11/03981/FUL Blue Ribbon Plants Wophams Lane Nursery Wophams Lane Birdham
Erection of ground mounted Solar Photovoltaic panels. PERMIT
BI/11/04446/DOM Mr & Mrs James Carpenter Vine Cottage Church Lane Birdham
Extension and alteration of Vine Cottage, including demolition of existing single storey extension, conservatory and the adjacent garage/workshop, and construction of new single storey extension, new conservatory and new garage/studio. PERMIT
9. Diamond Jubilee Celebrations 2012
10. Determine and formulate a policy for meetings with developers.
i) Play area and playing field
ii) Village green and pond
iii) Police & Neighbourhood Watch
iv) Communications/Parish Newsletter
To receive and approve a financial report
To determine and set a Budget for 2012/13 – Previously Circulated
13. Reports of meetings attended by councillors
14. Items for inclusion in next meeting.
THE PUBLIC HAVE A RIGHT TO ATTEND ALL MEETINGS
OF THE COUNCIL AND ARE WELCOME