Council meeting agenda May


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 17 May 2016 at 8.00pm and you are invited to attend.




1.       Welcome and Introductions.

Chairman to welcome those present. 

2.       Apologies.

To receive apologies for non-attendance.

3.       Declaration of Interests.

a.       Councillors to note Southwick Code of Conduct – Relevant Authorities (Disclosable Pecuniary Interests) Regulations 2012.

b.       Councillors to declare an interest, if applicable.

4.        Minutes of the Ordinary Parish Council Meeting held on 19 April 2016

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

5.       Community Policing Team (CPT).

a.       To receive a report from the CPT.

b.       Councillors to identify any matters of concern.

6.       Wiltshire Council Report.

Wiltshire Council, Cllr. Prickett to provide a report.

7.       Highways/Environment.

a.       To note any correspondence 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.

8.       Finance.

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

b.       To agree the payments to be made.


9.       Planning.

a.       To note the status of extant planning applications:


Home Farm House

Hoggington Lane

Change of use from a disused barn to two holiday cottages



Brokerswood Country Park, Brokerswood Road

Change of use to locate 90 holiday lodges, 20 touring units and 10 camping pods together with associated infrastructure and LPG storage area (in place of 89 touring pitches).



Land off Wynsome Street

Erection of stable block with associated hard standing, fencing, vehicular access track and grazing.



The Stables at Eastbrook, Hoopers Pool

Erection of a steel portal framed building for agricultural, equestrian and dog kennelling use (demolition of existing kennels and stables once building work completed).



3A Ireland

The conversion of an existing swimming pool building within the grounds of 3a Ireland to a self contained dwelling with independent access, parking, a garage and a separate garden area.


b.       To decide how to handle any planning applications received after 10 May 2016.

c.       To note any developments in respect to Redrow Homes and to agree any necessary action.

d.       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.

10.     Co-option of a new member.

To decide the process to be adopted in respect of applicants.

11.     Website.

To decide what is to be placed on the website.

12.     Members Reports.

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

13.     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 meetings:

  • 21 June 2016 - Ordinary Parish Council meeting at 7.30pm.

Roger Coleman

Clerk to Southwick Parish Council                                                               10 May 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 10 May 2016 by geoff edwards

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