Quarley Parish Council Minutes - June 2012
Minutes of the Quarley Parish Council Meeting held on 19th June 2012 at 1 Park Lane, Quarley at 7.30 pm.
DECLARATION OF INTEREST.
ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN AND
OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING.
- The Chairman reported that she had exchanged emails with Cllr Mr B Few Brown,
County Councillor Mrs P West and Hampshire Highways about the state of the
Quarley Parish roads. As a result Highways have been in the village and repaired
3 or 4 of the potholes. The build up of gravel on the road to Grateley has still
not been moved. The Parish Council still felt that the state of the roads in the
parish are a disgrace.
Mrs G Tubbs had a nasty fall outside Home Farm, tripping in a pot hole, falling
on her arm, braking her glasses and cutting her head. Cllr Mrs Tubbs needed
treatment at hospital as a result of the fall and has since had trouble with
some movement in her arm. Cllr Mrs G Tubbs is seeking legal advice on the
MEMORIAL - The Clerk still had no news to report on the grant to refurbish the
was reported that another one of the posts had been damaged as a result of an
accident. Richard Atkinson Wills has replaced the post with one made from wood,
the Parish Council thought that this did not look out of place.
DIAMOND JUBILEE - The Village celebrations for the Queens Diamond Jubilee were a
great success. The Treasure Hunt Quiz was well organised and enjoyed by all who
took part. The weather was kind for the ‘Bring and Share’ picnic and the
live music was excellent.
Cllr Mr M Venables
reported that lighting the beacon on Quarley Hill went without a hitch, the
evening was clear with a full moon. Several other beacons could be seen from
The Clerk reported that
County Councillor Mrs P West gave a grant of £500 towards the cost of the
beacon and gas, this was split between Quarley and Grateley Parish Councils.
MEMBERSHIP OF HAMPSHIRE
ASSOCIATION OF LOCAL COUNCILS (HALC) - The Chairman reported that a compromise
has been reached and the Parish Councils not belonging to HALC can attend the
Test Valley Association of Local Council meetings for a subscription of £10 a
year. The Parish Council will be able to be kept up to date with current
The Parish Council had NO
OBJECTIONS to this planning application but made a comment that the 1 metre gap
between the building and the boundary must be adhered to.
On the date of the
meeting the decision for the retrospective planning application for the boundary
fence, bike shed/store and parking area - 3 Christopher Court had not yet been
made by the planners.
The Planning Application
for Quarley Manor is to go to the Planning Committee - No further news to
ISSUED IN JUNE 2012
PLAN/VILLAGE DESIGN STATEMENT
OF THE MEETING
OF THE NEXT MEETING
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