Hothfield Parish Council

...in the rustic heart of Kent


A G E N D A

  

FOR THE ORDINARY PARISH COUNCIL MEETING
TO BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER 2019,
AT THE BLUEBELL CENTRE,
HOTHFIELD AT 7.00 PM   

 

Item No

Agenda Items

1

Note of Persons Present

2

Apologies for Absence

3

Declarations of Interest of Items on the Agenda

4
Resignation of Deputy Chairman
1.  Election of New Deputy Chairman

5

Public Interval

6

Minutes of the Previous Meeting dated 4 September 2019

7

Matters Arising

8

Borough Councillors Report

9

A20 Lorry Scheme

10

Financial Report including Cheques for Payments

       1. Payment of Accounts

       2. Solar Grant Spending

11

General Council Business

  1. Correspondence incl Email Correspondence & PCSO’s Report 
  2. Data Protection
  3. Parish Council Website
  4. Risk Assessment
  5. Community Payback Scheme
  6. A20 Speed Restrictions
  7. Southern Water
  8. Report from KALC Meeting
  9. Protection of Muga
  10. Village Hall Intruder Alarm
  11. NHT Public Satisfaction Survey  (email Abbie Mitchell 09/09)
  12. BREXIT

12

Planning – See Planning Application Record Attached) 

19/00195/TC

19/00184/TC

 

13

Items for Next Agenda

13

Forum for Exchange of Information

 

                                                                                                                                                   Marie Norris

24 September 2019


Hothfield Parish Council

 

Planning Application Record - October 2019

 

To be discussed at October 2019 meeting

19/00195/TC

 

Home Farm, Water Fall Road, Hothfield, Ashford, Kent, TN26 1AB

Prune back branches of two sycamore (T1 &; T2) growing across a public road by 4 metres and remove x1 no. sycamore (T6) from within the wood that is leaning and may fall onto the public highway

19/00184/TC

Post Farm, 27 The Street, Hothfield, Ashford, Kent, TN26 1ES

Single Yew tree in the rear garden. Crown to be reduced by 5m in height and up to 7m from the lateral branches.

Decisions /Comments received in month from ABC

19/00161/TC

Raise No Objection

St Margarets Church, Church Lane, Hothfield

Crown lift to 3 metres and shorten low laterals to give more compact habit multi-stem holly, once lifted, if the tree is causing direct damage to the memorials and/or masonry the tree will need to be felled. Superseded spec: Removal of holly tree growing between and obscuring Tufton family graves, adjacent to the Church South door

 

 

  


Last Update  25.09.2019
2019 Hothfield Parish Council