were taken as read and signed as a correct record by the Chairman.
from previous Minutes, not dealt with in the main agenda.
Hedge Cutting Mr McCarthy anticipates being able to view the hedge at Campions End shortly.– Action SM
Benches Miss Frost reported that an application for funding for the benches in and by the bus shelter has been submitted through the Gardeners Club to the Stansted Airport Community Fund.
Drinking Fountain Mr Haylock had reviewed the Essex Heritage Trust application form and felt that repair of the leak at the fountain should be completed before funding was sought. It is understood that applications for the next round of grants need to be submitted by 26 May. Review again at April meeting when the councillors can go to site for a relevant discussion.
North Area Panel Meeting Mr McCarthy had attended the January meeting and gave a review of the points covered, in particular speed calming measures.
Mr Felgate had replied to our request for completion of the outstanding items stating that the kerbing at the Ring of Trees and the triangles at Witchtree Lane and Coach Road should be completed by the end of March. The painting of the railings was dry weather dependent and therefore anticipated for April or May. The lowering of the kerbs to facilitate disabled access should be completed within the next few months (in progress at the time of the meeting).
Mr McCarthy had asked Mr Stoneham for an update on the progress of Hempstead obtaining vehicle activated speed indicator (VASI) signs. A representative of the sign manufacturers had approved the suggested sites. Mr McCarthy urged Mr Stoneham to progress the police consultation now. Mr Stoneham also confirmed that our speed reduction plans were budgeted for 2007/08.
Following contact with Maggie Cox an invoice for £1,200 had been received in respect of advertising for alteration to rights of way. This was passed to Mr Haylock in order that he obtain the £1,000 Community Project Grant promised by UDC.– Action DH
The Clerk had updated the spreadsheet with the final replies. Mrs Midgley and the Clerk would analysis the information received and report back.– Action AM/CD
Miss Frost had spent some considerable time reading the manual from P3 to the conclusion that the suggestion to keep P3 activities to footpath cutting was the least onerous. A nil claim form for 2006 needed to be returned by February and a proposed works schedule for 2007 submitted by March.– Action DF
To obtain funding for the gate at the bottom of The Chase required obtaining further details, such as landowner, licence, future maintenance duties etc and it was decided to leave this application for the time being.
Mr Haylock would report the over grown brambles at the stile at the top of Wellyards to Robin Wallbank.– Action DH
Miss Frost reported domain name renewal to UK2.net for approximately £137 was due at the beginning of April 2007. The Clerk was asked to obtain an invoice from Mr Kitchen and ensure he was paid promptly in the new financial year– Action CD
ANNUAL MEETING DATE
25 May 2007
Holmwood – UTT/1948/06/FUL – permission granted.
Stansted Airport – UTT/0717/06/FUL – appeal lodged – to be heard May/June 2007.
Nothing to report.
SSE to hold Community Conference – 4 February 2007.
The dates of the next meetings are 20 February (altered), 22 March, 26 April, 22 May 2007 and the Annual Assembly on 25 May 2007.
The meeting closed at 9.45pm.
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