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Hever Parish Council meeting Thursday 26th November via zoom

7 pm Planning meeting

7.30pm Full Council meeting

AGENDA

To:   The Members of Hever Parish Council.  I hereby summon you to attend the meeting of Hever Parish Council to be held by ZOOM on 26TH NOVEMBER 2020 commencing at 7.30 pm for the transaction of business as set out below.

 

Signed;      Clerk              Date   19.11.20   *attachment

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Meeting ID: 957 5390 9251                                           Passcode: 109587

To assist in the speedy and efficient dispatch of business, please contact the Clerk in advance of the meeting if further factual information is required on an item on the Agenda.  * indicates attachment (please contact the Clerk if not received).

Please note the adopted procedure for virtual meetings (2020).

  1. To receive apologies and declarations of interest in respect of business specified

on the agenda (Chair).

  1. *To approve the accuracy of draft Minutes of the previous meeting (22.09.20 & 29.09.20)

(Chair).

  1. Public Forum (10 minutes)

The Council will receive statements and questions from the public (this is the only opportunity for members of the public to make a contribution during the meeting) and for members with pecuniary interests to speak on items on the Agenda.

Items for discussion / decision;

 

4i.     *Financial update. Receipts and payments since last update & accounts and

statement reconciliation (Clerk).

 

4ii.   * Budget setting for 1st April 2021 – 31st March 2022.  To consider

recommendations from finance Committee (JH, AH, JW, Clerk) and approval or

amendment.  See attachment.  In summary – proposal to reduce precept request by 0.5%.  Budget

to be decided at the latest at January 2021 meeting.

 

  1. To consider any grant applications received.
  • 5i) Request from member of public in Four Elms (who self-organised and funded a

pumpkin trail for local children) – for provision of prizes (to the max value of

£120) to run a socially distanced Christmas equivalent in the village with chocolate

“prize”.

  • 5ii) To underwrite (£500) drive in carol singing event at Hever Castle Golf club (live

streamed to homes) – HRA / Church / locals.

  • *5iii) HRA – £ 5,000 towards refurbishment of Hever village hall

 

  1. Hever central parking (JW). To discuss problems and potential solutions.
  2. Four Elms recreation ground – request from school to install green matting

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• Planning for the future – the planning white paper. Hever Parish Council response. October 2020

HPC response 2020

Notice of conclusion of audit (Annual Governance & Accountability return for the year ended 31 March 2020)

2020 AGAR part 3 2020 AGAR part 1 & 2

Draft minutes from Hever Parish Council meeting 22nd & 29th September 2020

2020 22nd Sept ZOOM HPC draft

THE DRAFT MINUTES OF THE EXTRA ORDINARY MEETING OF HEVER PARISH COUNCIL

extraordinary meeting of Hever Parish Council to be held by ZOOM on 29th SEPTEMBER 2020 commencing at 7.00

To:   The Members of Hever Parish Council.  I hereby summon you to attend the extraordinary meeting of Hever Parish Council to be held by ZOOM on 29th SEPTEMBER 2020 commencing at 7.00 pm for the transaction of business as set out below.

 

 

The Chairman has called this meeting following LGA 1972 Sch 12, paras 9 & 25.

 

Signed;      Clerk              Date   24.09.20  

To assist in the speedy and efficient dispatch of business, please contact the Clerk in advance of the meeting if further factual information is required on an item on the Agenda.

Please note the adopted procedure for virtual meetings (2020).

  1. To receive apologies and declarations of interest in respect of business specified on the agenda (Chair).
  2. Public Forum (5 minutes)

The Council will receive statements and questions from the public (this is the only opportunity for members of the public to make a contribution during the meeting) and for members with pecuniary interests to speak on items on the Agenda.

Items for discussion / decision;

 

  1. Councillor vacancy. Four Elms ward vacancy (Clerk / Chair). Those

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Hever Parish Council meeting agenda 22nd September 2020 ZOOM

2020 September HPC zoom agenda FINAL

Topic: Hever Parish Council planning meeting Sept 2020 Time: Sep 8, 2020 07:00 PM

Topic: Hever Parish Council planning meeting Sept 2020

Time: Sep 8, 2020 07:00 PM London

 

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Agenda (to be confirmed on 04.09) to include;

 

 

20/02266/FUL Hillside Uckfield Lane Hever KENT

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20/02255/HOUSE How Green South How Green Lane Hever KENT

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20/02058/HOUSE 2 Crouch Cottage Uckfield Lane Hever KENT

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What powers does Hever Parish Council have in planning applications?

What powers does Hever Parish Council have with respect to planning applications Aug 2020

Hever Parish Council comment to Sevenoaks District Council on Article 4 placed on land – Newhouse Farm Lane, Hever

Hever Parish Council support the Article 4 Directions placed by SDC on land bordering both Hever Parish and Edenbridge Town (Newhouse Farm Lane), with this being communicated to the current owners, the current tenants, the buyer, the buyer’s agent and the two companies marketing the land.  We would encourage restrictions to be continuous and renewed or extended in good time.

 

  • We believe this is justified in order to control works that could threaten the character of an area of acknowledged importance, to protect the wellbeing of the area, noting the exceptional circumstances of the location (Green Belt and directly on the boundary of the High Weald AONB) where the exercise of permitted development rights would harm local amenity, the historic environment and the proper planning of the area.   This rural landscape is characterised by rough grassland, an irregular patterns of small to medical scale fields punctuated with small woods and frequent narrow strips of woodland.

 

HPC supports the Direction to remove permitted development rights for;

 

  • Development consisting of minor operations
  • Development consisting of means of access to a highway:
  • Development consisting of temporary buildings and structures:
  • Development consisting of temporary use of land:
  • Development consisting of use of land as a caravan site:

 

  • We also welcome that SDC have shared their concerns regarding the way the site is being marketed to KCC Trading Standards who have passed it on further to Wandsworth Trading Standards due to the companies registered location.

 

  • We wish to stress the importance of continuous surveillance, particularly by SDC enforcement in respect of any future potential breaches of the conditions imposed by the Article 4 direction.

 

 

 

References;

SDC Supplementary Planning Documents Countryside Assessment October 2011

The High Weald AONB, Nov 2019

SDC Historic Environment Review Dec 2017

ENV001 Sevenoaks District Green Belt Assessment – Main Report (January 2017)

Four Elms traffic calming review 2019, summary

update Feb 2019 online

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