BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL
Minutes of the Meeting of the Full Brandon Town Council
Held at 7pm on Monday 5th September 2005
At the (New) Forest School, Bury Road, Brandon
 
Present: Cllr. Mrs E Milner (in the Chair), Cllr. R Silvester, Cllr. N Vant,
Cllr. P Ridgewell, Cllr. S Newbon, Cllr. Mrs S Jureko, Cllr. Mrs M Young,
Cllr. P McLoughlin, Cllr. V Ashley and later in the meeting Cllr. Mrs C Arnold (7.25 pm)
 
Also present: Mrs C Mason (Acting Town Clerk), Squadron Leader Jo Daniels
1 member of the public
 
The meeting commenced at 7.05pm
 
1.  APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
Cllr. Mrs C Silvester due to hospitalisation, Cllr. S Edwards due to an alternative meeting
 
2.  DECLARATIONS OF INTERESTS AND ADDITIONS TO REGISTER OF MEMBERS INTERESTS (per Parish Councils code of conduct 2001/Local Government Act 2000)
None
 
In view of recent events the Chairman Cllr. Mrs E Milner felt it necessary to formally ask that a Vote of Confidence in the Chair be taken.
Resolution Record No. BTC/074/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. N Vant and seconded by Cllr. S Newbon
CARRIED: 6 for 0 against 2 abstentions
THAT THE CHAIRMAN CLLR. MRS E MILNER HOLDS THE CONFIDENCE OF THE MEMBERS OF BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL
The Chairman, however, felt she needed the support of the whole Council and after taking this in consideration, Cllr. Mrs E Milner felt she had no option but to resign. In response, Cllr. R Silvester said he was distressed Cllr. E Milner had not received the backing of all Councillors and requested, together with his personal vote of thanks, that this be included in the minutes.
Resolution Record No. BTC/075/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. N Vant and seconded by Cllr. Mrs E Milner
CARRIED: Unanimous
THAT VICE-CHAIRMAN R SILVESTER BE ASKED TO CHAIR THE MEETING OF THE FULL BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL HELD ON MONDAY 5TH SEPTEMBER 2005
3.  TO RECEIVE, CONFIRM AND SIGN MINUTES
of the Brandon Town Council Full Meeting of Monday 4th July 2005 (Public items) [LGA 1972Sch.12}
 
Resolution Record No: BTC/076/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. S Newbon and seconded by Cllr. N Vant
CARRIED: 6 for 0 against 2 abstentions
THAT THE MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE FULL BRANDON TOWNCOUNCIL OF MONDAY 4TH JULY 2005 BE ACCEPTED AND SIGNED AS A TRUE RECORD
4.  MATTERS ARISING for information exchange only
There were no matters arising
 
5.  PUBLIC FORUM
Resolution Record No. BTC/077/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. R Silvester and seconded by Cllr. S Newbon
CARRIED : Unanimous
THAT THE MEETING BE ADJOURNED FOR THE PUBLIC FORUM AND REPORTS.
A member of the public reiterated comments made by Cllr. R Silvester regarding the resignation of Cllr. Mrs E Milner as Chairman.
 
Speaking on behalf of a resident Cllr. P McLoughlin said despite this being reported last winter to the Contractors, a broken footstone at the cemetery had still not been repaired.
 
6.  TO RECEIVE A REPORT FROM RAF LAKENHEATH
Key topics raised in the report included:
A decision in respect of the closure of Lord’s Walk will be made at the end of October
Civic Leaders Tour will take place on Base on the 12th October 2005
Special Sports Day will take place at RAF Mildenhall on the 24th September 2005
A new Public Affairs Officer has been appointed. He will be looking at ways to enhance present communications between the Base and the general public. It has been suggested a regular article could be printed in the Brandon Life.
Questions to Squadron Leader Jo Daniels: Cllr V Ashley pointed out that loud aircraft noise was occasionally disrupting church funerals. In reply, Squadron Leader Daniels said Monday-Friday were permissible operating times and as such could not be altered.  Presently there is no communication between the Base and local Churches.
 
7.  TO RECEIVE A REPORT FROM THE POLICE
No report was available
 
8.  TO RECEIVE REPORTS (if any) from County and or District Councillors
None
 
Resolution Record No. BTC/078/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. R Silvester and seconded by Cllr. P McLoughlin
CARRIED: Unanimous
THAT THE MEETING OF THE COUNCIL RECONVENES
9.  URGENT BUSINESS – any items the Chairman considers a matter of urgent business [pursuant to section 100B (4) (16) LGA 10972]
For information only: Brandon Communities Partnership Meeting to be held on Tuesday 13th September 2005 at the Church Institute. The format of the evening is to find out individual views on the social, economic and environmental needs of Brandon. David Woods of the Local Strategic Partnership will facilitate the meeting. Cllrs. R Silvester and Mrs C Arnold to attend if available.
 
Cllr. N Vant asked whether any further action had been taken in respect of Land adjourning 2 Victoria Avenue, Brandon. In response, the Clerk said she is presently liasing with Kester Cunningham John Solicitors and it is hoped an updated report will be available at the next Town Council meeting.
 
10.  PLANNING APPLICATIONS: Notifications circulated: plans at meeting
 
Resolution Record No. BTC/079/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr.P Ridgewell and seconded by Cllr. P McLoughlin
NOT CARRIED: 2 for 6 against 0 abstentions
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL OBJECTS TO PLANNING APPLICATION F/2005/0663/OUT: OUTLINE APPLICATION: ERECTIONOF 4 BUNGALOWS WITH GARAGES AND ACCESS ROAD OFF ST. NICHOLAS WALK. THE LARCHES, 159A THETFORD ROAD, BRANDON DUE TO OVERDEVELOPMENT OF THE AREA
Resolution Record No. BTC/080/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. N Vant and seconded by Cllr. P Ridgewell
CARRIED: 5 for 2 against 1 abstention
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL OBJECTS TO PLANNING APPLICATION F/2005/0635/OUT SUB DIVISION OF GARDENS TO PROVIDE BUILDING PLOT FOR ERECTION OF SEMI-DETACHED CHALET 2 ST STEPHENS CRESCENT, BRANDON ON THE GROUNDSOF OVERDEVELOPMENT IN THE IMMEDIATE AREA
Resolution Record No. BTC/081/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. N Vant and seconded by Cllr. S Newbon
CARRIED: Unanimous
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL RESOLVES NO OBJECTIONS TO THE PLANNING APPLICATIONS HEREUNDER DESCRIBED
10.1 F/2005/0562/FUL Erection of a two storey dwelling attached to existing dwelling (demolition of existing single storey section of dwelling) (Amended plans received 4/8/05) 20 Sweden Place, Brandon
 NO OBJECTION
 
F/2005/0569/FUL Erection of rear lean-to conservatory 80 St. Benedicts Road, Brandon
NO OBJECTION
 
F/2005/0575/FUL Erection of 2 semi-detached dwellings (demolition of existing garages)
Land adjacent to 29 George Street, Brandon
NO OBJECTION
 
F/2005/0579/OUT Outline application: erection of one dwelling
Land at 157 Thetford Road, Brandon
NO OBJECTION
 
F/2005/0542/FUL Erection of 2 metre high fence/gates fronting onto road
27 Bracken Rise, Brandon
NO OBJECTION
 
F/2005/0568/FUL Extension to rear garden/games room with pitched roof
246 London Road, Brandon
NO OBJECTION
 
F/2005/0631/FUL Erection of front and rear extensions
7 Woodlands Rise, Brandon
NO OBJECTION
 
F/2005/0562/FUL Erection of a two storey dwelling attached to existing dwelling (demolition of existing single-storey section of dwelling) (Amended plans received 4/8/05)
20 Sweden Place, Brandon
NO OBJECTION
 
F/2005/0712/FUL Erection of two storey rear extension
31 Thetford Road, Brandon
NO OBJECTION
 
10.2  DECISIONS and other information from FHDC since 1st July 2005
10.2.1. Planning Applications GRANTED
 
F/2005/0467/0381/OUT Resubmission : outline application – erection of 1 dwelling (Development Affecting a Public Right of Way)
Land adjacent to Greenacres, Coulson Lane, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/2005/0412/FUL Erection of rear conservatory
2 The Paddocks, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/2005/0415/FUL Installation of a radio base station comprising a 7.5 metre high telecommunications tower, antennas. One 300mm and one 600mm diameter dish antenna, radio equipment housing and ancillary development including perimeter fencing at 2.1 metres high.
BMR Car, Van &Truck Hire, 31 Putney Close, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/2005/0357/FUL Resubmission: erection of front and side extension and erection of detached double garage
20 Linnet Crescent, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/2005/0386/OUT Outline application: Site for the erection of one bungalow (amended plan received 26/05/05
Land at 25 Church Road, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/2005/0478/FUL Erection of detached garage and rear conservatory
2 Kingsfisher Drive, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/2005/0464/FUL Erection of extension garage and erection of replacement near conservatory
78 Rattlers Road, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/205/0387/COU change of use of ground floor to tanning salon and nail bar
45a High Street, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/2005/0347/FUL Resubmission: Erection of a first floor rear extension
59 London Road, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/2005/0383/FUL Erection of single storey side and rear extensions (demolition of existing side extension), erection of detached double garage and formation of new vehicular access
193 Thetford Road, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/2005/0474/FUL Replacement of shop front as amended by letter and plans received on the 27th July 2005
23 High Street, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/2005/0534/FUL Erection of single storey front, and rear extensions
12 Linnet Crescent, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
F/2005/0569/FUL Erection of lean to conservatory
80 St Benedicts Road, Brandon
Approved with conditions
 
10.2.2 Planning Applications REFUSED
F/2005/0496/FUL Creation of new vehicular access
18 London Road, Brandon
Refuse
 
F/205/0387/FUL change of use of ground floor to tanning salon and nail bar
45a High Street, Brandon
Refuse
 
10.2.3. Planning Applications WITHDRAWN
F/2005/0306/FUL Erection of a 1.8 metre high wall/railings and gates
The Flintkappers Public House, 1-3 High Street, Brandon
 
10.2.4 Planning DELEGATION PANEL MEETING
F/2005/0467/FUL Resubmission: outline application- erection of 1 dwelling
(Development Affecting a Public Right of Way)
Land adj. Greenacres, Coulson Lane, Brandon
Approve
 
10.3 TREE PRESERVATION ORDERS / TREE REDUCTION AND REMOVAL
F/205/0581/TPO Trim back branches overhanging house and remove deadwood of 1 Oak Tree
49 Rattlers Road, Brandon
 
F/2005/0678/TPO Lopping 2 branches of Horse Chestnut at 36 Riverside Way, 20% reduction, canopy lift of Horse Chestnut at 38 Riverside Way
36-38 Riverside Way, Brandon
 
10.4 STREET NAMING AND NUMBERING
None to date
 
10.5 DELEGATION PLANNING MEETING and Case Officer Recommendations
None to date
 
10.6 NOTICES OF PLANNING APPEALS SINCE 4TH JULY 2005
None to date
 
10.7 AGENDAS/MINUTES FROM FHDC SINCE 4TH JULY 2005
None to date
 
11.  ACCOUNTS
To receive and approve payments
11.1 Public Items – July/August 2005
Resolution Record No. BTC/082/05/Sept/05
CARRIED: Unanimous
JULY AND AUGUST 2005 (PUBLIC ITEMS) AND PRODUCED HEREUNDER ARE APPROVED

Date

Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05
Jul-05

TOTALS

Jul-05

TOTALS
Amount


6.00
224.00
702.65
111.30
133.54
33.49
15.28
989.59
935.82
934.50
18.79
129.24
235.00
133.74
1,327.64
1,257.24
80.80
97.15
1,389.79
512.31
55.05
36.33
590.62
485.65
45.92
38.25
82.19

10,601.88

512.31

11,114.19
Supplier

Finevale Service Station
J & D Green (window cleaner)
FHDC (rates)
K B Leach (garden machinery)
Arco (tools)
Arco (work clothing)
Arco (torque wrench)
Arco (sct lens')
e.on energy (monthly street lighting charge)
Inland Revenue
Inland Revenue
Neat ideas
Neat ideas (filing cabinet)
Thain Wilbur Rolph (charge for doing salaries)
Allianz Cornhill (update premium)
Alfred McAlpine (replacement s/l unit)
RBS Software Solutons (Omega set-up & training)
Suffolk Occupational Health (P. Scott)
Silver Shield Wind Wscreen (vat&excess on pick-up)
e-on energy  (s/l supply)
Alfred McAlpine (s/l maintenance)
Unicom (telephone calls)
Tindalls (stationary)
Alfred McAlpine (removal of s/l column )
Alfred McAlpine (replacement column)
Kings Forest (garage rent x 2 months)
Powergen (elec. Cemetery)
Arco (boots & ear cap pods)



A M Government Services Ltd



Net Tot al
 

6.00
224.00
598.00
94.72
113.65
28.50
13.00
842.20
935.82
934.50
15.99
109.99
200.00
133.74
1,129.91
1,070.00
80.80
50.00
1,182.80
436.01
46.85
30.92
502.41
413.32
45.92
36.43
69.95

9,345.43

436.01

9,781.44
  VAT  




104.65
16.58
19.89
4.99
2.28
147.39


2.80
19.25
35.00

197.73
187.24

47.15
206.99
76.30
8.20
5.41
88.21
72.33

1.82
12.24

1,256.45

76.30

1,332.75
 


Date

Aug-05

Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05
Aug-05

TOTALS

Jul-05

TOTALS
Amount

99.93

151.59
0.25
77.70
164.63
81.93
590.33
71.23
36.33
203.83
1,389.79
176.25
6.00
78.26
2,086.15
117.57
60.26
20.77
235.00
512.31
512.31

6,672.42

512.31

7,184.73
Supplier

Shaw & Son (burial book)

HSS Hire (chipper)
Powergen (Gas bill, (25p is right!))
Powergen (Electricity OSH)
Finevale (petrol & £40 phone card)
J Powel (machinery maintenance)
Alfred McAlpine (s/l call out & disconection)
Border Builders (goods)
Tindalls (stationary)
Glasdon (lifebouys)
e-on Energy (energy charge)
Thain Wilbur Rolph (finalising account)
J & D Green (window cleaner)
Pearsons (rubbish removal)
Public Works Loan
Unicom (telephone & fax)
Suffolk County Council
Powergen (Christmas tree lights)
Thain Wilbur Rolph (charges for calc. Salaries)
Alfred McAlpine (s/l maintenance)
Alfred McAlpine (s/l maintenance)



A M Government Services Ltd


Net Total

99.93

129.00
0.25
77.70
146.06
69.73
502.33
60.62
36.33
173.48
1,182.80
150.00
6.00
66.60
2,086.15
53.22
51.28
19.78
200.00
436.01
436.01

5,983.28

436.01

6,419.29
  VAT


22.59


18.57
12.20
87.92
10.61

30.35
206.99
176.25

11.26

9.31
8.98
0.99
35.00
76.30
76.30

783.62

76.30

859.92

11.2 Confidential Items (Staff Salaries/Local Gov. Pension)
Approval of these payments was deferred to the Confidential Section of the Agenda
11.3 To approve and sign the internal audited End of Year Accounts 2005 – deferred until the next Full Town Council meeting
11.4 Request for a donation from Brandon PCC Church Institute
Resolution Record No. BTC/083/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. Mrs E Milner and seconded by Cllr. S Newbon
CARRIED: 5 for 3 against 1 abstention   
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL GIVE A DONATION OF £100 TO THE BRANDON PCC CHURCH INSTITUTE
11.5 Request for a donation from West Suffolk Mind
Resolution Record No. BTC/084/05/Sept/05
CARRIED: Unanimous
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL GIVE A DONATION OF £50 TOWEST SUFFOLK MIND
11.6 Retrospective request from the Little Ouse Group for support towards the cost of portable toilets at the Brandon Regatta
Resolution Record No. BTC/085/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. V Ashley and seconded by Cllr. N Vant
CARRIED: 5 for 2 against 1 abstention
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL DO NOT SUPPORT A REQUEST FROM THE LITTLE OUSE GROUP FOR A DONATION TOWARDS THE COST OF PORTABLE TOILETS AT THE BRANDON REGATTA.
12.  COMPLAINT FROM A MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC AGAINST A COUNCILLOR
Resolution Record No. BTC/086/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. R Silvester and seconded by Cllr. N Vant
CARRIED: Unanimous
THAT A LETTER BE SENT TO MS J S BOURTON STATING THAT IF SHE FEELS STRONGLY ABOUT THE ISSUE SHE MUST PROCEED AS SHE THINKS FIT BUT TO ADVISE HER THAT THIS INFORMATION WAS DELIVERED IN THE CONFIDENTIAL PART OF THE MEETING AND AS SUCH SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN MADE PUBLIC
13. THE STANDARDS BOARD FOR ENGLAND
Notification of a recent decision on behalf of the Standards Board for England – Cllr. P Ridgewell and Cllr. Mrs E Milner
Resolution Record No. BTC/087/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. S Newbon and seconded by Cllr. R Silvester
CARRIED: Unanimous
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL ACCEPT THE FINDINGS OF THESTANDARDS BOARD FOR ENGLAND
14.  RESOLUTION from Councillor V E Ashley. Resolution No.122
 
‘That this Brandon Town Council resolves to consider Cllr. Ashley’s complaint
against Cllr. P Ridgewell’

 
Adjourned to the Confidential section of the Agenda
 
15.  COUNCILLLOR’S RETRAINING
Resolution Record No. BTC/088/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. R Silvester and seconded by Cllr. Ms E Milner
CARRIED: Unanimous
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL FURTHER REITERATE THEIR PREVIOUS DECISION TO REFUSE FURTHER TRAINING IN RESPECT OF THE CODE OF CONDUCT RECOMMENDED TO BE UNDERTAKEN BY THE STANDARDS COMMITTEE
An alternative suggestion put forward is for FHDC to be invited to a future meeting and deliver to the Full Council a seminar on the Code of Conduct.
   
16.  LAND AT POND LANE, BRANDON

Cllr. E. Ashley declared an interest in this item and left the meeting. The Declaration of Interests book was duly signed.
Resolution Record No. BTC/089/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. S Newbon and seconded by Cllr. Mrs M Young
CARRIED: 7 for 1 against 0 abstention
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL HAVE NO OBJECTIONS TO THIS APPLICATION
17. ALLOTMENT GARDENS – TO BE ADVISED OF ANY DEVELOPMENTS
A letter has been written to Owen Clarke, Estates Manager at Forest Heath District Council expressing Brandon Town Council’s interest in acquiring the area of land adjacent to 32 Blackbird Avenue, Brandon. A reply has not yet been received.
 
18.  MARKET HILL PARKING
 In response to our letter regarding the provision of bollards on Market Hill Colin Bird from Suffolk County Council has invited Brandon Town Council members to an on- site meeting to discuss a possible solution to the Market Hill parking problem. Representatives from both Forest Heath District Council and the Police will also be present. A mutually agreed date to be arranged.
 
19. MANOR ROAD ENTRANCE TO PUBLIC FOOTPATH
Suffolk County Council Highways Department has requested a site meeting before any further action can be taken.
 
20.  ORCHARD, COULSON LANE, BRANDON
20.1 A productive site visit was held on the 26th July 2005 with representatives from the Probation Service, Suffolk Wildlife Trust and Forest Heath District Council. The Probation Service, under the Unpaid Work Scheme has now commenced clearing the Orchard in preparation for the next stage of the project. A date is to be re-arranged to meet with Brookes & Wood to discuss the demolition of the derelict wall and erection of Steel Fencing.
20.2 Update on damaged wall. It has been ascertained the wall is the responsibility of the Church Institute.
 
21.  BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL GROUNDWORK SERVICES
21.1 To Receive quotations for a 21’’ self propelled lawn mower
Resolution Record No. BTC/090/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. N Vant and seconded by Cllr. Mrs E Milner
CARRIED: Unanimous
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL DEFER THE PURCHASE OF THE SELF PROPELLED LAWNMOWER UNTIL THE NEXT PRECEPT MEETING
21.2 To approve the purchase of a Two Way Radio Set – no action to be taken
 
22.  THETFORD ROAD & LONDON ROAD BUS SHELTER
Resolution Record No. BTC/091/05/Sept/05
Proposed by Cllr. N Vant and seconded by Cllr. Mrs E Milner
CARRIED: 6 for 3 against 0 abstentions
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL REINSTATE THE BUS SHELTER ON THE LONDON ROAD, BRANDON
The inside of the bus shelter on the Thetford Road has been repainted to remove graffiti. This will be monitored on a regular basis.
   
23.  THE LODE, BRANDON
The problem of rats at the Lode has been brought under control by FHDC. They have requested Brandon Town Council contact a suitably qualified and experienced pest control contractor to assess the situation at the Lode and to recommend any pest control measures that need to be put in place.
 
MEETING ADJOURNED
Resolution Record No. BTC/092/05/05
Proposed by Cllr. R Silvester and seconded by Cllr. Mrs E Milner
CARRIED: Unanimous
THAT THIS MEETING OF THE BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL ADJOURNS AND RESUMES AT 7PM MONDAY12TH SEPTEMBER 2005, AT THE OLD  SCHOOL HOUSE, MARKET HILL, BRANDON
 
BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL
Confidential Minutes
of the Continuation Meeting of the Full Brandon Town Council
of Monday 5th September 2005
 Held at 7pm on Monday 12th September 2005
At the Old School House, Market Hill, Brandon
 
THIS PAGE IS CONFIDENTIAL
ONLY THE RESOLUTIONS MAY BE DISPLAYED
AS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD
 
Present: The Chairman Cllr. Mrs E Milner (at 7.10pm), Cllr. R Silvester, Cllr. N Vant, Cllr. P Ridgewell, Cllr. S Newbon, Cllr. Mrs S Jureko, Cllr. Mrs M Young,
Cllr. P McLoughlin, Cllr. V Ashley, Cllr. Mrs C Arnold, Cllr. S Edwards
 
 
RESOLUTION TO EXCLUDE THE PUBLIC AND PRESS:
Resolution Record No. BTC/093/12/Sept/05
CARRIED:
 
‘That pursuant to the Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960, the Public and Pres be excluded from the Meeting temporarily due to the confidential nature of the business to be discussed concerning: CONFIDENTIAL MINUTES: QUOTES: STAFFING ISSUES. (Section 100(A)(4) LGA 1972)’
 
24.  APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE were received from Cllr. Mrs C Silvester
 
25.  DECLARATIONS OF INTERESTS AND ADDITIONS TO REGISTER OF MEMBERS INTERESTS (per Parish Councils code of conduct 2001/Local Government Act 2000)
None
 
26.  TO RECEIVE, CONFIRM AND SIGN CONFIDENTIAL MINUTES
Of the Full Brandon Town Council Meeting of Monday 4th July 2005
Resolution Record No. BTC/094/12/Sept/05
CARRIED:
THAT THE CONFIDENTIAL MINTES OF THE FULL BRANDONTOWN COUNCIL MEETING OF MONDAY 4TH JULY 2005 BEACCEPTED AND SIGNED AS A TRUE RECORD
27.  MATTERS ARISING FROM THE CONFIDENTIAL MINUTES
Of the Full Brandon Town Council Meeting of Monday 4th July 2005
None arising
 
14.  RESOLUTION from Councillor V E Ashley. Resolution No.122
Carried over to Confidential Section from Public Items
‘That this Brandon Town Council resolves to consider Cllr. Ashley’s complaint against Cllr. P Ridgewell’
 
Resolution Record No. BTC/095/12/Sept/05 
CARRIED:
Confidential
 

 
28.  REGISTRATION OF LAND LYING TO THE EAST OF THE LODE
Confidential
 
29.  PUBLIC SEATING
Resolution Record No. BTC/096/12/Sept/05
CARRIED:
THAT BRANDON TOWN COUNCIL PURCHASE ONE BENCH AT A COST OF £xxx. SUBJECT TO THE BENCH NOT BEING VANDILISED WITHIN SIX MONTHS TWO FURTHER SEATS WILL BE ORDERED. PROPOSED SITE: THE AVENUE, BRANDON
30.  OLD SCHOOL HOUSE – DDA COMPLIANCY AND STRUCTURAL
ALTERATIONS – AN UPDATE

Resolution Record No. BTC/097/12/Sept/05
CARRIED:
Confidential
 
31. CEMETERY ISSUES
 Confidential
 
32.  EMPLOYMENT MATTER
Town Keeper
Resolution Record No. BTC/098/12/Sept/05
CARRIED:
Confidential
 
Kevin Briston has asked whether the roses can be taken out of the George Street planter and replaced with lavender shrubs.
Resolution Record No. BTC/099/12/Sept/05
CARRIED:
THAT BRANDON TOWN DO NOT REPLACE THE ROSES IN THE GEORGE STREET PLANTER WITH LAVENDER
Town Clerk
Resolution Record No. BTC/100/12/Sept/05
CARRIED:
Confidential

The meeting ended at 10.05 pm



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