Council meeting agenda July


The most recent agenda is below. For earlier agendas, for example, last year's, please use the link at the foot of the page.The agenda for an Extraordinary meeting will also be posted to this page.Such a meeting could be held prior to an ordinary meeting or after such a meeting

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Chairman – Kath Noble

Roger P Coleman                                                                                                       2, The Laurels

Clerk to the Council                                                                                                    Westwood


Tel:  01225 862770                                                                                                     BA15 2AX


Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Southwick Parish Council will be held at Southwick Village Hall on Tuesday 19 July 2016 at 7.30pm and you are invited to attend.



At the Open Forum members of the public will be able to raise any matters of interest but will be limited to three minutes per person. The Chairman will use his/her discretion regarding the length of the Open Forum.


1.       Welcome and Introductions.

Chairman to welcome those present. 

2.       New member.

a.       To decide whether to co-opt a new member.

b.       To co-opt a new member (depending on 2a above).

c.       New member to sign Declaration Form (depending on 2a above).

3.       Apologies.

To receive apologies for non-attendance.

4.       Declaration of Interests.

Councillors to declare an interest, if applicable.

5.        Minutes of the Ordinary Parish Council Meeting held on 21 June 2016

To agree, and sign, the minutes of the meeting as an accurate record.

6.       Community Policing Team (CPT).

a.       To receive a report from the CPT.

b.       Councillors to identify any matters of concern.

7.       Wiltshire Council Report.

Wiltshire Council, Cllr. Prickett to provide a report.

8.       Highways/Environment.

a.       To note any correspondence/response received from Selwood Housing in respect of Arnold Noad Corner/Hoggington Lane.

b.       To receive a report from councillors on any matters of concern and to decide the action required.

9.       Finance.

a.       To receive a report from the Clerk on the current financial position.

b.       To approve the process for the disbursement of the financial contribution made by theSolar Farm developer.

c.       To agree the payments to be made.


10.     Planning.

a.       To receive a report on the status of extant planning applications:

b.       To agree the comments to be sent to Wiltshire Council in respect of the following planning applications:


Change of Proposal

40 Frome Road

Loft conversion



42 Hollis Way

Single storey front extension



Manor Farm, Hoggington Lane

Notification for Prior Approval under Class Q – Proposed change of use of existing agricultural building to a single dwelling.


c.       To decide how to handle any planning applications received after 11 July 2016.

d.       To note that Planning application 16/00587/FUL (Brokerswood Country Park) is likely to be placed before the Western Area Planning Committee on 10 August and will be preceded by a site visit.

e.       To consider any other planning related matter and to decide any necessary action.

Planning Applications are available for public inspection immediately prior to the Council meeting.

11.     Neighbourhood Planning.

To decide whether to develop a Neighbourhood Plan and to agree the process for its development.

12.     Website.

To decide what is to be placed on the website.

13.     Members Reports.

Councillors to provide individual reports on any other matters they wish the Council to note.

14.     Clerk’s Report.

a.       To invite the Council to note any other matter that needs to be brought to its attention.

b.       To note the date of the next meeting:

  • 20 September 2016 - Ordinary Parish Council meeting at 7.30pm.

Roger Coleman

Clerk to Southwick Parish Council                                                               11 July 2016


Members are reminded that the Council has a general duty to consider the following matters in the exercise of any of its functions: Equal Opportunities (race, gender, sexual orientation, marital status and any disability), Crime and Disorder, Health and Safety and Human Rights.

Posted on 13 Jul 2016 by geoff edwards

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