Hollingbourne Parish Council Parish Council November Agenda

Hollingbourne Parish Council Parish Meeting

To be held on Monday, 9th November 2020 Via Microsoft Teams Video Link, at 7.30 pm.

This is a public meeting, but due to COVID-19 Government Guidelines on the gathering of people together, it will not be held at the Cardwell Pavilion.
Residents and representatives of the media interested in joining the video link should contact the Clerk via pchollingbourne@gmail.com . The Parish Council’s aim is to include them within the meeting.*

AGENDA

There will be a 10 minute interval before the meeting to allow members of the public to speak.

  1. Apologies for Absence
  2. a) Declaration of Changes to the Register of Interests; b) Declaration of Interest in items on the Agenda &

    c) Requests for Dispensations

  3. Approval of Minutes of previous meetings (Circulated prior to meeting)
  4. Matters Arising (not covered elsewhere on the agenda)
  5. Police Report –
  6. Chairman’s report – Cllr A Ward
  7. Hollingbourne Village Hall – Cllr C Gooding / Cllr A Ward
  8. Seasonal Events within the Village – Cllr Domican / Cllr Ardley
  9. Parish Website (update) – Cllr Domican
  10. Clerk’s Report – (Highways problems experienced by residents in Culpeper Close and outside of the school,

    End of year accounts update, maintenance & security of the Cardwell Pavilion)

  11. Defibrillators – Cllr A Marshall
  12. County Councillor’s Report – Cllr Mrs S Prendergast
  13. Borough Councillor’s Report – Cllr Patrik Garten (Clearbell – M20, Junction 8 update / Local Plan)
  14. Planning Committee Report– Cllr C O’Meara / Cllr C Gooding
  15. Environmental / Parks Committee Report – Cllr Dr S Bauer / Cllr A Marshall / Cllr A Ward
  16. Finance Committee Report – Cllr D Ardley
  17. Highways and Infrastructure Committee Report – Cllr D Ardley / Cllr C O’Meara
  18. Fete Sub-Committee Report – Cllr D Ardley
  19. Items for Information

Date of Next Meeting: 14th December 2020

* Both NALC and the Society of Local Council Clerks (SLCC) are asking local councils to stop holding any physical meetings or gatherings during this time. This includes full council, committee meetings, annual parish or council meetings.