June 2019 Minutes

Minutes of Meeting held on 4th June, 2019

  1. Attendance

    Cllr. Osborne chaired the monthly meeting of the Parish Council with a full attendance of Councillors, County Cllr. Nicky Chopak and nine members of the Public.

  2. Dr Julia Foster

    Dr. Julia Foster from Holsworthy Rural Transport explained they are a small charity and she talked about their services. They have a Ring & Ride system whereby you can have a day out, shopping trip, event visit or exciting excursion. Also they have volunteer drivers for health care appointments etc. They are looking to expand into the Jacobstow area.

  3. Declarations of Interest/Dispensations

    Cllr. Franklyn declared an interest in Item 11 on the Agenda and left the room at the appropriate time.

  4. Minutes

    The minutes of the previous meeting were read and signed as correct.

  5. Balance at Bank

    The Balance at the Bank is £11,594.18 in the Current A/C and £6818.09 in the Primrose A/C

  6. Royal Mail

    A letter had been received from Royal Mail saying that the postbox is due to be relocated to the opposite side of the road as requested.

  7. Public Spaces Protection Orders - Dogs on beaches restrictions

    Councillors happy to keep the same restrictions as before.

  8. Parish Bench

    The Bench has been ordered and is due to be delivered. Councillors agreed that the Chairman and the Clerk could write a cheque when the Invoice is received. This will be about £1,128.60. Prop. Cllr. Smith Sec. Cllr. Chapman. Clerk to contact the Insurance Company to insure the Bench.

  9. Reviewing Cornwall’s Homelessness Strategy

    Cornwall’s current Homelessness Strategy needs reviewing in the light of recent legislative (Homeless Reduction Act 2017) and other changes such as the publication of the Government’s Rough Sleeping Strategy and Delivery Plan. Consultation and engagement on the review will run for 12 weeks ending 7th August, 2019

  10. Eden Project Communities – The Big Lunch

    In Cornwall we are hoping as many people as possible will join in and get behind a UK wide idea. The Big Lunch.

  11. Planning Application PA19/02811

    Application for works on trees covered by a Tree Preservation Order – Jacobstow Church. Councillors support this Application.

  12. Planning Application PA19/03069

    Sudcott Park, Jacobstow – Application for the discharge of a planning obligation dated 28/06/2002 – Prop. We support Cllr. Chapman Sec. Cllr. Smith. Unanimously agreed.

  13. Footpaths

    Cllr Pallett reported on the Footpaths. Mr Bob Hutton should have finished the original work now. Cornwall Council looking at all the Footpaths and

  14. Accounts to pay:-

    •  Zurich Municipal - £167.44
    •  SLCC Annual Membership £63.00
    •  Clerk £454 plus Expenses £38.64 (Total £492.64)
    •  Ballynet £20.00

    Proposed we pay Cllr. Chapman Sec. Cllr. Smith

  15. Standing Orders

    The Standing Orders & Annexe Financial Regulations were Adopted and signed by the Chairman, Vice Chairman and The Clerk.

  16. Planning Application PA19/02795

    Salamis, Jacobstow. Cornwall Council had approved this.

  17. Grant Applications

    Grant Applications received from Friends of Jacobstow School and Jacobstow Amblers and History Group. Councillors agreed £500 to each organization from the Primrose Account.

  18. Possible Development at Wainhouse Corner

    Gill Court asking to come to the next meeting Clerk to contact her and ask her to come again when Plans for the development have been received.

 There being no further business the meeting was closed.

List of Expenses for June, 2019
Payee Amount
Zurich Municipal ( Insurance Premium) £167.44
SLCC Membership (Annual Membership) £63.00
Clerk £454.00 Salary plus Expenses £38.64 (Total £492.64)
Ballynet (Additional Website fee) £20.00

Also agreed to pay £1,128.60 (inc VAT) for a Bench to Commemorate World War 1 (A donation of £650 from the County Cllr. will be given towards this)