September 2015

MINUTES OF A MEETING OF CHARMOUTH PARISH COUNCIL

HELD AT THE ELMS ON TUESDAY 15 SEPTEMBER 2015

PRESENT: James Greenhalgh, Tim Holmes, Peter Noel, Paul Oatway, Andy Peters, Richard Salisbury, Martin Sayers

County/District Councillor Daryl Turner

District Councillor George Symonds

PCSO John Burton

Co-option candidates Deborah Gildersleeves, Chris Shirley-Smith

129/15 APOLOGIES

Apologies were received from David Clifford (away), Graham Bender (ill).

130/15 DECLARATION OF INTEREST

The Chairman reminded the Council of the need for individuals to declare an interest on either of the two types of interest as set out below.

  1. In items on the agenda – there were no declarations in items on the agenda.

  2. On gifts greater than £50 in value – there were no declarations.

    131/15 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

  1. PCSO John Burton updated the Council on recent local crime particularly some very disturbing burglaries in Lyme Regis over the previous weekend.

  2. Chris Shirley-Smith raised the issue of his car being smashed into whilst parked by the bus stop on Axminster Road. He was asked to contact John Burton direct.

    132/15 DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL ISSUES

    Daryl Turner updated the Council on issues relating to the County Council:

  1. Mitigation of overspend;

  2. DWP’s budgets which are unachievable;

  3. Ask Dorset;

  4. Various consultation documents which have been sent to the Clerk.

    133/15 WEST DORSET DISTRICT COUNCIL ISSUES

    Daryl Turner also updated the Council on current issues from the District Council:

  1. Planning delays;

  2. Local Plan;

  3. Service Reviews.

    George Symonds stated that Daryl would normally undertake the general update regarding the District Council and he would deal with any planning issues.

    134/15 CO-OPTION OF TWO COUNCILLORS

    Two applications had been received for the two vacancies. The application letters had been circulated to all Councillors with the meeting papers.

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Both candidates for co-option spoke briefly about themselves and why they wished to become a Councillor and it was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Peter Noel and

RESOLVED unanimously that Deborah Gildersleeves and Chris Shirley-Smith be co-opted.

They both signed their declaration of acceptance of office and joined the meeting.

135/15 MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD ON 21 JULY 2015 AND THE SPECIAL MEETING HELD ON 18 AUGUST 2015

Paul Oatway requested an amendment to the resolution of Minute 113/15 2. of the minutes of the meeting held on 21 July. It was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Andy Peters and

RESOLVED that the minute be amended to read as follows, “Resolved unanimously that the Tourism Committee should investigate the provision of brown tourist signs at the entrance to the village on the A35 together with a funding package”.

Following no more corrections, it was proposed by Andy Peters, seconded by Jim Greenhalgh and

RESOLVED that the minutes of the Meeting held on 21 July 2015 be approved as a true record and signed by the Chair.

No corrections were requested to the minutes of the meeting held on 18 August 2015 and it was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Jim Greenhalgh and

RESOLVED that the minutes of the Meeting held on 18 August be approved as a true record and signed by the Chair.

136/15 MATTERS ARISING FROM THE MINUTES

There were no matters arising from the minutes.

137/15 FORESHORE COMMITTEE (Meetings held on 4 August and 1 September 2015)

Paul Oatway (Chair of Foreshore Committee) stated that there were no proposals from the meeting held on 4 August and the proposals from the meeting on 1 September would be taken directly as there had not been a Finance Committee in September.

Peter Noel, for the benefit of the new Councillors, explained that in an effort to shorten the meetings, only the proposals would be discussed on the assumption that all Councillors had read the minutets in advance and raised any queries with the Chair of the relevant Committee prior to the meeting.

  1. The issue of the construction of gabion baskets in front of the east beach cafe to provide a walkway at high tides to east beach had been discussed by the Committee and costed as no budget exists. The Committee wanted to understand the Council’s views before proceeding with an application to Natural England. The unbudgeted cost would amount to £3300 and would involve a continuous construction of 2 x 1 x 40m long. There was a long discussion which involved concern that high tides and a deep river would undermine the construction fairly rapidly without substantial foundations. Paul Oatway explained that the fundamental reason for construction would be to provide an escape route from east beach. Chris Shirley-Smith felt that the ramp to east beach should be included to provide disabled access.

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It was generally felt that no amount of construction would enable wheelchair access on sand and shingle and it was unlikely that this would be granted permission anyway. It was eventually proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Jim Greenhalgh and

RESOLVED 4:2 against (with 3 abstentions) the construction of gabion baskets to form an escape route from east beach.

  1. Following recommendation by the Foreshore Committee, it was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Andy Peters and

RESOLVED that £1000 be transferred from the car park funds to the Charity Fund Earmarked Reserve (£800 to youth groups/£200 to non youth groups) with a further £1000 transferred to Earmarked Reserve FSH1 to continue to replace funds following the storms.

  1. In conjunction with discussions about the budgets and the need to employ a temporary builder to help catch up with some of the outstanding works in the Parish, it was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Andy Peters and

RESOLVED that the £6000 budgeted for new beach huts in the 2015/16 budget be allocated towards the employment of a semi skilled worker to help catch up with building maintenance projects after the completion of the Elms flat.

  1. The clarification of the tai chi permission would be discussed at the next Foreshore Committee together with any other permissions which are required to be renewed every four years when a new Council term commences.

138/15 PLAYING FIELD AND CEMETERY COMMITTEE (Meeting held on 1 September 2015)

  1. Following recommendation by the Committee, it was proposed by Andy Peters, seconded by Martin Sayers and

RESOLVED that 3 more dog bins (without the bag dispensers) be purchased at a cost of £149 each (totalling £447 plus VAT) for other locations in the village. The locations would be taken from suggestions and would be determined by the Playing Field Committee based on proximity to other bins and need.

  1. Chris Shirley-Smith asked the Committee to consider a concrete table tennis table for the Playing Field and Andy Peters confirmed that this would be added to the “wish list”.

139/15 PLANNING COMMITTEE (Meetings held on 23 July and 18 August 2015)

The minutes of both meetings had been circulated and the following applications had been received and commented on:

  1. Application No. WD/D/15/001428

Bracoden, Lower Sea Lane

Erect extension and make external alterations

Objection – On the basis that the blue/green wood effect cladding is considered not in keeping with the row of houses which are all white pebbledash. It was also considered that the large extension would limit sunlight to a neighbour’s garden and that an unobscured side window would impact the privacy of a neighbour’s garden.

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  1. Application No. WD/D/15/001374

Touchwood, Lower Sea Lane

Erect single storey extension

Objection - The details in the planning request are incorrect with the Heritage statement and Design Access statement referring to a house called ‘Purbeck’ in Chideock and not Touchwood. Following the receipt of correct plans, a comment of “no objection” was subsequently made.

  1. Application No. WD/D/15/001496 and WD/D/15/001497

The Court, The Street

Redevelopment of mixed use property to create 8 no apartments, repositioning of pedestrian access and alterations to existing vehicular access with new means of enclosure

Both Paul Oatway and David Clifford declared a non-pecuniary interest in this development as owners of land across The Street from the Court.

No Objection - Paul Oatway read out the details of a visit to the Court which took place on the 4th August (please see attached addendum).

Mr Hathway (owner) confirmed that the reason for the change of use to residential, rather than its remaining Office rooms to let, was purely driven by the lack of demand for such office space. Mr Hathway concluded that the Court would only be viable going forward as residential accommodation.

Two members of public were present and raised the following concerns.

Rosemary Lock believed there were not sufficient car parking spaces and that the placement of refuse bins at the back of the Court, near the Lock’s property, may create odours, flies and noise. Mr Hathway confirmed that the 10 parking places was adequate for the properties and was in line with planning regulations, but that he would consider removal of a soil mound to potentially create 2 additional spaces.

Paul Oatway suggested that Mrs Lock raises the issue of the refuse bins with West Dorset District Council – Planning Department, prior to the 22 nd August, the deadline for commenting on the Court plans. Bronwin Cound raised a concern regarding ‘affordable housing’ and it was confirmed that these properties would not qualify as affordable housing in the statuary sense, as there are only a small number of units being built. She also raises the issue off street parking. Again Paul Oatway suggested that Mrs R Lock and Ms Cound should raise the issues of the refuse bins and car parking with West Dorset District Council – Planning Department, prior to the 22nd August deadline.

  1. Application No. WD/D/15/001649

St Andrews Community Hall, Lower Sea Lane

Replace existing timber windows with uPVC windows. Replacement of timber emergency exit door with uPVC door. Removal of disused chimney stack and make good roof and ridge. Installation of Air to Air heat Pump Air Conditioning System

Paul Oatway declared a disclosable pecuniary interest as he had been the Parish Council’s representative on the St. Andrews Community Hall Management Committee and had been involved in the Management’s Committee decision to submit the planning application. Paul Oatway vacated the chair of the meeting and sat in the area set aside for member of the public for this agenda item. Peter Noel, who had then joined the Committee as an ex- officio member of the Committee for the remainder of the meeting. David Clifford then assumed the role of Committee Chair

No Objection - It was agreed that there was no objection to the application.

Paul Oatway then re-joined the Committee meeting and assumed the role of Committee Chair.

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  1. Following the need for a site visit for one of the applications, this had raised the need to have a policy document as a framework to ensure that site visits are undertaken correctly with being seen as predetermination of an application. All Councillors attending felt that this had been useful and it was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Andy Peters and

RESOLVED that the Guidance for Councillors Attending Planning Site Visits be adopted and reviewed on a 4 yearly basis to coincide with each new Council term.

  1. It was reported that the September Planning Committee had been cancelled due to lack of applications and quorum. However applications had now been received and a re-arranged meeting would be held on Tuesday 22 September 2015 at 8.00pm in the Library (as the Mallory Hayter Room is being refurbished during that period). This had been advertised.

140/15 E-EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES (2 E-meetings held in August)

The minutes of the meetings which referred to the refurbishment of the Mallory Hayter Room and the letting of the second room on the second floor of the Elms were noted.

141/15 FINANCE ISSUES (No Committee meeting held)

  1. The resignation of Paul Oatway as Chair of Finance had been received, as he felt that being Chair of Foreshore and Planning Committees was sufficient. In line with the new Standing Orders, it was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Richard Salisbury and

    RESOLVED that Peter Noel be appointed as Chair of Finance Committee for the remainder of this Council year.

    For continuity, it was proposed by Peter Noel, seconded by Andy Peters and

    RESOLVED that Paul Oatway be appointed as Vice Chair of the Finance Committee for the remainder of this Council year.

  2. Following circulation of the payments for approval for August (retrospectively) and September, it was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Peter Noel and

RESOLVED that the payments for both August (retrospectively) and September by approved as set out below

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HMRC (PAYE)

1,717.12

Bridport Building Supplies

171.68

Ironmongery Direct

114.12

Zurich Insurance

65.04

Mole Avon

68.70

Axminster Ironwork Ltd

900.00

Mark Wickenden

547.96

Hewlett Packard

173.00

Target Pest Control

690.00

BDO

720.00

Creative Solutions

30.00

Pristine Engraving

75.00

Highwood

89.51

Evans Plant Hire

73.20

Lyreco UK Ltd

87.40

Groundcare Machinery Ltd

24.95

F G Adamson and Son

365.00

C W Groves & Son Ltd

242.65

Prospect Garage

157.28

Garry Pitcher Locksmith

37.97

Bridport Plumbing Supplies

39.60

Allfix Ltd

360.02

C B Potts

184.44

Ashlands Outdoor Fitness

4,316.40

Francis Buglers ltd

109.74

Wholesaleledlights.co.uk

50.97

Nomix Enviro

123.30

11,535.05

HMRC (PAYE)

2,146.70

Mole Avon

109.90

Glasdon UK Ltd

378.20

Travis Perkins

61.02

Wholesale LED Lights

50.97

Tesco Direct

39.98

Highwood

77.85

JRB Enterprise Ltd

145.20

Bridport Building Services

227.28

Biokil Crown Ltd

487.20

Prospect Garage

241.80

Towergate Insurance

533.91

Lyme Light

244.00

A J Supplies

88.80

Morgans

10.65

Dorset Garden Machinery

46.20

Vale Fire Safety

169.80

Groundcare Machinery

24.95

Zurich Municipal

75.34

5,159.75

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  1. Following circulation of the report of Accounts for both July and August it was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Peter Noel and

    RESOLVED that the Report of Accounts for July and August be accepted and approved.

    £ £ £

    Current Ac Deposit Ac

    Cash Book Balance at 30 June 2015 31099.91 100516.28

    Income:

    Foreshore – Rents/Beach Huts/Car Park/Boats 29118.22

    Other – Elms rent/Mallory Hayter Room 2068.60

    Interest __ 26.44

    31186.82

    Expenditure:

    Accounts approved in July (inc PAYE) 7227.54

    Ironmongery Direct 114.12

    Beach Hut Refund 60.00

    Petty Cash 83.53

    Hewlett Packard 173.00

    Direct Debits and Wages 10366.27

    18024.46

    Cash Book Balance at 31 July 2015 44262.27 100542.72

    Represented by:

    Bank Santander 44262.27

    Working 10712.28

    Contingency 421.04

    Earmarked Reserve 89409.40 _________

    Business Deposit Account 100542.72

    Nat West Account 1000.00

    Nat West Savers Account 2405.17

    £ £ £

    Current Ac Deposit Ac

    Cash Book Balance at 31 July 2015 44262.27 100542.72

    Income:

    Foreshore – Rents/Beach Huts/Car Park/Boats 13613.91

    Elms Rent/Mallory Hayter Room/PF Rent 720.82

    Cashback HP Printer/Refund EDF Cem 1046.23

    Interest __ 27.33

    15380.96

    Expenditure:

    Accounts paid in Aug (inc PAYE) 11247.93

    Tesco Direct 39.98

    WDDC (Planning advice fee) 42.50

    HMRC (VAT) 951.80

    Direct Debits and Wages 8798.22

    21080.43

    Cash Book Balance at 31 August 2015 38562.80 100570.05

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Represented by:

Bank Santander 38562.80

Working 10739.61

Contingency 421.04

Earmarked Reserve 89409.40 _________

Business Deposit Account 100570.05

Nat West Account 1000.00

Nat West Savers Account 2405.17

  1. Following circulation of the Clerk’s report, it was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Jim Greenhalgh and

    RESOLVED that the Clerk’s report for September 2015 be accepted and approved.

  2. Following circulation of the monthly spreadsheets for July and August 2015, it was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Peter Noel and

RESOLVED that the July and August 2015 spreadsheet accounts be accepted and approved.

  1. The Clerk reported the completion of the 2014/15 Audit by BDO and the one item raised in their report, that the Council included grant monies received in box 2, rather than box 3, other receipts. The Council should ensure in future years that the above minor errors or omissions are not included in the Statement of Accounts. It was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Peter Noel and

    RESOLVED that the Auditors report and completion of the 2014/15 Audit be accepted and agreed.

  2. The annual request has been received from Axe Valley and West Dorset Ring and Ride for financial help towards their very valuable service. This is a budgeted figure and it was proposed by Peter Noel, seconded by Andy Peters and

    RESOLVED that from the budget of £150, a donation of £139.08 (12p per elector) be made to Axe Valley and West Dorset Ring and Ride Service.

    Following the appointment of a press and media officer later in the meeting, it was suggested that this service should be advertised on the Charmouth Notice Board Facebook page to make sure people know about it.

    142/15 APPOINTMENT OF COUNCILLORS TO VACANCIES ON COMMITTEES

  1. Deborah Gildersleeves agreed to fill the space on the Playing Field and Cemetery Committee.
  2. Jim Greenhalgh agreed to fill the space on the Planning Committee.
  3. Deborah Gildersleeves agreed to fill the space on the HR Committee.
  1. Chris Shirley-Smith agreed to fill one of the spaces on the Tourism Commitee. There is still one space on this Committee.

    143/15 TO APPOINT REPRESENTATIVES TO EXTERNAL ORGANISATIONS (DEFERRED FROM JULY)

    1. Twinning Association – there were still no volunteers for this role currently.

    2. Charmouth Local History Society – Chris Shirley-Smith agreed to take on this role.

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144/15 COUNCILLOR TO CO-ORDINATE PRESS/SOCIAL MEDIA RELEASES

Jim Greenhalgh agreed to co-ordinate press releases for agreement by Council and Paul Oatway agreed to post such items on Social Media.

145/15 HAZARD AND INCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURE

This had originated from problems with incident reporting and had been drafted by the Works Manager to ensure that the procedures are clear. The policy had been revised by Paul Oatway and David Clifford on behalf of the Works Committee and had been endorsed by both the Foreshore and Playing Field and Cemetery Committee. It was proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Andy Peters and

RESOLVED that the Hazard and Incident Reporting Procedure be adopted as circulated.

146/15 NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN OPEN EVENING – 7 OCTOBER 2015-09-22

Peter Noel showed the Council a leaflet that had been prepared advertising this open evening at which Fred Horsington (Cerne Abbas PC) and Jo Witherden (ex WDDC Planning) would give a presentation. The layout of the leaflet was agreed after one small amendment and this would be copied and collated by Peter Noel for Councillors to deliver in the same way as the Annual Parish Meeting leaflet. A general discussion took place about the reason for, and the process of preparing a neighbourhood plan and how a sub-committee of parishioners is required to co-ordinate the plan, reporting back to the Council for accountability of expenditure etc. The running of the evening would be discussed further at the Planning Committee to be held on Tuesday 22 September.

147/15 REPORTS FROM NOMINATED REPRESENTATIVES ATTENDING MEETINGS ON BEHALF OF COUNCIL

  1. Jim Greenhalgh had circulated a copy of the minutes of the Community Hall Management Committee which he had attended as a representative of the Council.

  2. Paul Oatway reported that nearly all Councillors had now attended a visit of the new waste facility at Broomhills and that it would be a good idea to post something on Facebook to ensure that all residents are aware of the system. In addition, the recycling bins in Lower Sea Lane car park will be removed after the new system is introduced. The nearest bins would be Lyme Regis. Andy Peters suggested that WDDC should be asked about providing extra car parking spaces where the bins currently stand.

  3. Peter Noel reported that he had attended the DAPTC Western Area Committee which he had found very useful. He intended circulating something to all Councillors about this.

148/15 CORRESPONDENCE AND COMMUNICATIONS

  1. Information has been received via DAPTC about Flying the Commonwealth Flag to mark Commonwealth Day – 14 March 2016. This would be looked at further at the next Finance Committee.

  2. Details have been received about a fourth defibrillator for Lyme Regis at the Harbour Master’s Office. In addition, information has been received from Jane Bremner of Wood Farm Caravan Park about the installation there of the first defibrillator for Charmouth. This was sent to all Councillors together with information of a training session held on 8 September.

  3. Confirmation has been received from Dorset Waste Partnership, that the recycling banks in Lower Sea Lane Car Park will be taken away after the introduction of the new recycling system. The nearest sites will be Bridport and Lyme Regis. This was circulated to all Councillors. 9/11

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  1. Information was circulated to all Councillors from Charmouth Central about the showing of “Changes in the NHS” film and associated talk to be held on Thurs 8 October at 7.30pm. This was highlighted as it had been raised at the Annual Parish Meeting in March.

  2. Correspondence was received from a resident about the problems with herring gulls and educating the people who try and attract the gulls that this is anti-social. He was referred to WDDC pest control who weren’t very helpful and had hoped that the Parish Council would be a forum to initiate a solution. Peter Noel highlighted this correspondence and it was agreed that there is very little that can be done when living in a seaside location. Hopefully the new bin system, including seagull proof bags, would help.

  3. Following a complaint by a member of the public, the local police were consulted about a possible obstruction of a car and caravan on Axminster Road. The police have confirmed that the keeper is local, the vehicle is insured and MOT’s and it is not causing an obstruction to the highway.

  4. Further to discussions in July, a further e-mail was sent to WDDC regarding the rubbish bins in Charmouth. They have subsequently arranged for stickers to be placed on the bins to try and avoid misuse. However, he feels that moving of bins is a costly operation, although he will leave the ultimate decision to his successor.

  5. Following the Council’s letter of support to saving SCBU and Kingfisher Wards at Dorset County Hospital, a response has been received from the Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group which is available to read.

  6. Information has been received from Daryl Turner about a change is Highways Officer for the Marshwood Vale. This has been noted.

  7. A copy of an e-mail to Stuart Godman, Fossil Warden was received by DCC about how helpful he is. This is available to read.

  8. Various information has been received from the Jurassic Coast Trust:

  • Ammonites and wine – forwarded to Foreshore Committee;

  • Jurassic Coast Communities Forum – forwarded to Foreshore Committee

  1. Various information has been received from Dorset Coast Forum:

  • ENews August 2015;

  • ENews September 2015;

  • Project Marketplace;

  • Confirmation that the Department for Energy and Climate Change has announced its decision to refuse Development Consent for the Navitus Bay Wind Park.

All the above was forwarded as necessary.

  1. Various other information has been received via Daryl Turner:

  • DCC release – Local Countryside Forum looking for members;

  • Members briefing on School Transport 2015 – draft (circ to all Councillors);

  • Invitation – Mental Wealth Festival (circ to all Councillors);

  • Devolution Statement (circ to all Councillors);

  • News Release: Progress made with Dorset Waste Turnaround Plan;

  • Police warning of phone scams in Dorset (circ to all Councillors).

  1. Agenda and Minutes for DAPTC Western Area Meeting were received which Peter Noel attended.

  2. An update has been received from DAPTC Western Area about Superfast Broadband which was forwarded to all Councillors.

  3. BLAP Newsletter has been received for August 2015 together with information about the next BLAP Steering Group on 24 September – this was forwarded to Martin Sayers. Subsequently the agenda and associated paperwork has been received and also passed to Martin Sayers.

  4. Minutes of the WATAG General Meeting held in July were received and passed to Paul Oatway.

  5. X31/X53 Winter Timetable sample has been received via WATAG.

  6. Minutes of the June Lyme Forward Meeting have been received, together with papers for the next meeting on 17 September. This has all been passed to Richard Salisbury. 10/11

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  1. Details of a public consultation on the BBC Local Radio has been received via Lyme Forward and is available to read.

  2. Details have been received via BLAP about Bridport CAB Recruitment. This was circulated to all Councillors.

  3. A road closure notice was received from DCC about a 2 day closure (29 July) of Old Lyme Hill for emergency works by Wessex Water. This was forwarded to all Councillors.

  4. DAPTC Summer 2015 magazine has been received and is available to read.

  5. Countryside Voice and Field Work magazines have been received from CPRE and are available to read.

  6. Local Council Review magazine for Autumn 2015 has been received and is available to read.

149/15 EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION

  1. Forthcoming staff leave dates were reported.

  2. A request had been received from the Bridport and Lyme Regis News for a comment about a recent notification from the National Lottery that a grant had been made to the Village Hall for improved disabled facilities. Jim Greenhalgh would deal with this in liaison with the Chair.

    It was proposed by Peter Noel, seconded by Andy Peters and

    RESOLVED that the Council go “in Committee”.

    150/15 IN COMMITTEE

  1. The minutes of the HR Committee Meetings held on 1 September had been circulated regarding the proposal to advertise for a semi-skilled worker for a fixed term contract to renovate the Elms flat and catch up with other building maintenance tasks on Council properties (Elms generally, chapel, lych gate, pavilion). £6500 had already been included for this salary in the Earmarked Reserve for the Elms Flat as well as £6000 from the current Foreshore Beach Hut Replacement budget and £4000 from the current Playing Field Toilets budget. The Works Manager had been employed to ensure that things are done properly with regard to Health and Safety and Policy generally. Workload had increased, leaving a backlog of building maintenance tasks. The minutes of the Works Committee held on 29 July show a list of all tasks outstanding. The temporary employee would report to the Works Manager. A Job Specification and Advert had been drafted and circulated to the HR Committee for approval. It was therefore proposed by Paul Oatway, seconded by Peter Noel and

    RESOLVED that a temporary semi-skilled employee be sought for a fixed period of 1 year as detailed above. The remainder of the salary allocation (£9500) would be provided for in the 2016/17 budgets currently being prepared.

    Paul Oatway requested that this minute be included in the public minutes.

  2. Confidential personnel issues.

    The meeting closed at 9.30pm.

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