Quarley Parish Council Minutes - 16th January 2018
Minutes of the Quarley Parish Council Meeting held on Tuesday 16th January 2018 at Quarley Village Hall at 7.30 pm.
OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING.
HIGHWAYS –The Chairman stated that she has again reported the various potholes in the parish on the HCC Portal. Some of the residents have cut their overgrown hedges. The Chairman has taken photographs of a gully that is proud of the road and has send them to County Councillor Mrs Z Brooks.
The recent heavy rain has collected under the A303 bridge and the road is flooded. It has been some time since this happened and will be reported to Highways.
– The Clerk had no news to report, there has been no further contact from the
Solar Farm Company.
ETWALL SIGN – Cllr Mrs A Thorne reported that the Etwall Sign has still not been replaced. The Clerk will contact TVBC again.
TELEPHONE BOX –The broken glass in the telephone box has been reported to BT. BT gave notice several months ago that the telephone box is to be removed, this has not happened. BT were not able to give an up-date on its removal.
Balance Brought Forward 1/4/2017
Hire of Hall
Grass Cutting and Ditch Clearing
TEST VALLEY COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE REVIEW.
Test Valley Community Governance Review- Proposed Parish Boundary Changes
part of the TVBC Community Governance Review, Borough and Parish boundary
anomalies are being considered and Quarley is duty bound to ask residents if
adjustments should be made to local Parish boundary anomalies. TVBC Consider that the
main factors justifying Parish boundary amendments should:
The two boundary issues
Quarley has, relate to dwellings situated on the western boundary of the Parish
with Grateley and the finger of land to the north of Cholderton Lane, which
contains properties very close to the centre of our village: this area is in
Quarley Parish Council is proposing to ask that the area in which the houses to the west of the Parish lie, be transferred to Grateley Parish. A move that we know has the support of the residents involved.
What the Parish Council
wishes to know are the views of the residents of the houses which lie to the
north of Cholderton Road, i.e. the area shown edged red on the attached plan.
We would be grateful if you could place a tick against whichever of the following three options you support:
Whiting reported that to date 12 replies have been received, 8 would like to
transfer to Quarley, 3 have expressed apprehension and 1 leave current boundary
as it is. It is hoped that additional replies will be received over the coming
Whiting discussed the way forward as most of replies were to transfer to
Quarley. A submission will be sent to TVBC asking for the Quarley Parish
Boundary to be extended to include the Quarley properties currently in Amport
CLLR MR W
MARSHALL – Reported that he has received complaints form residents regarding
horses being ridden across the Village Green. The Chairman suggested that this
is raised with the Village Hall.
Cllr Mr W
Marshall reported that the hedge on the Grateley Road from the Dolls House
towards Grateley needed a further cut.
CLLR MRS J
FERGUSON – Reported that it is the Great British Spring Clean on the 2nd
– 4th March 2018.The Parish Council discussed this and would hold a
working party to clear from Lains Farm to the A303 junction as this is
Cllr Mrs J
Ferguson reported that the Church is struggling to raise funds towards its
upkeep and asked if the Parish Council would consider increasing its annual
grant. Cllr Mrs J Furguson declared an interest and took no part in the
Council discussed this request, and all agreed to increase the annual grant to
the PCC to £250 from April 2018. Proposed by Cllr W Marshall and seconded by
Cllr R Whiting.
Chairman gave her apologies for the April Meeting.
OF THE MEETING
OF THE NEXT MEETING
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