SEAMER PARISH COUNCIL
CLERK: Mrs Allison Routledge. Correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org
16 January 2024
Dear Sir or Madam
You are hereby summoned to attend the bi-monthly Parish Council Meeting is to be held at Seamer Memorial Hall on Tuesday, 16th January 2023 at 7pm.
A Routledge (Clerk to the Council)
1. NOTICE OF MEETING
Public notice of the meeting has been given in accordance with Schedule 12, paragraph 10 (2) of the Local Government Act 1972.
2. APOLOGIES AND REASONS FOR ABSENCE
2.1 To receive apologies
2.2 To consider approval for reasons for absence
3 DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
3.1 To receive any declarations of interest
To consider as a true record, the minutes of the meeting held at Seamer Memorial Hall on Tuesday 21st
5. To receive information on the following ongoing issues and consider further action where necessary.
5.a) To receive further information on the erection of the bus shelter. (G McGill)
5.b) To receive further information on the village planters, plants and gardening contract. (MM)
5.c) To receive an update on the village pond, removal of hay bale, weeds and aeration. (JB and AR)
5.d) Tree safety Audit 2023 and associated arboriculture work/costs. (G McGill)
6. VILLAGE MATTERS
To discuss the following:-
6a) To consider the ongoing contract with gardener and confirm if a new one is required?
6b) To review what land in the village is owned by parish and county council and what rights of way are
established and accessible. AR to provide any information held in records as starting point
6c) To consider provision of services to young school age children in the village following small survey
undertaken, and review of latest consenus figures.
7. PLANNING APPLICATIONS
7a) To consider and decide on the following planning applications
Applicant Mr & Mrs Cook: Revised application for Outline planning application with all matters reserved for the creation of 9 residential dwellings Springwell Nurseries Stainton Road Seamer Middlesbrough North Yorkshire TS9 5NA
Ref. No: 20/02224/OUT | Received: Tue 06 Oct 2020 | Validated: Tue 06 Oct 2020 | Status: Awaiting decision
7b) PLANNING APPLICATIONS PENDING
Applicant: The Trustees of Nunthorpe Gospel Hall Trust. Ref: ZB23/01652/FUL Date: 11 August 2023
PROPOSAL: Change of use from (C3) dwelling house to (F1) church. LOCATION: St Helier Hilton Road
Seamer Middlesbrough. Status’ Awaiting decision.
Applicants: C.Nicolson et al, Address: Land off Leconfield, Seamer, reference: ZB23/01020/OUT , Proposal: Outline application with some matters reserved (considering access) for the construction of 4no. dwellings, Status: Awaiting decision.
Applicants: A. Person & R. Burgess, Address: Former Recycling Depot Tame Bridge TS9 5LQ Reference:
ZB23/00976/FUL, Proposal: Construction of a dwelling, Status: Awaiting decision.
7c) PLANNING APPLICATIONS DETERMINED
Nothing to report
7d) OTHER PLANNING MATTERS
The Council has issued the owner of The Old Brickworks, Tame Bridge with a breach of condition notice under Section 187A of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended). The notice relates to the owner not complying with condition nine of planning permission 20/02169/FUL which states the following:
“Prior to development, a detailed remediation scheme to bring the site to a condition suitable for the intended use (by removing unacceptable risks to human health, buildings and other property and the natural and historical environment) must be prepared and is subject to the approval in writing of the Local Planning Authority. The scheme must include all works to be undertaken, proposed remediation objectives and remediation criteria, timetable of works and site management procedures. The scheme must ensure that the site will not qualify as contaminated land under Part 2A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 in relation to the intended use of the land after remediation.”
As the development is near to completion, no remediation scheme was issued to the Council. Therefore the Council are requesting a detailed remediation scheme to bring the site to a condition suitable for the intended use. The scheme must include all works to be undertaken, proposed remediation objectives and remediation criteria, timetable of works and site management procedures. This is required to be provided by the 28 February 2024.
8a) To discuss and understand the council’s receipt of CIL payments re planning and how it can be
8b) Police Report.
8c) Consider any councillor training requirements
8d) To consider the date of the May meeting is changed to Tuesday 7th May due to clerk’s holiday
8e) To approve the purchase of a Parish Council lap top (max spend to be approved).
8f) Review of parish council Standing orders (attached).
9. FINANCIAL MATTERS
9a) To receive the bank account balances up to 30 November 2023 and bank reconciliation.
9b) To approve/ratify the following invoices for payment:-
Clerks training – setting lawful agendas £25
Replenishment of salt bins £270.00
9c) To note the above payments previously authorised:-
10. VILLAGE HALL UPDATE
10a) To receive an update from Councillor Mark Murphy chair of the Village Hall Committee
11. CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED
11a) Email from resident about light on Stokesley Road ( Eastwood Villas). Parish clerk has been
advised it is not the council’s responsibility.
11b) To note (email correspondence) :-
White Rose Bulletin
Rural Services update
NALC Chief Executives Bulletin
RSN Rural Funding Digest
New council services – parish council consultation
YLCA Admin updates
North Yorkshire Community Messaging – Community Alert
12. COMMUNITY FUND
FORTHCOMING MEETING DATES 2022 /23
19th March 2024; 21 May 2024 and 16th July
(All meetings have a 7pm start time).