Broadwindsor Group Parish Council – AGM

Broadwindsor’s Group Parish Council held their AGM earlier tonight, 9th May at Drimpton Village Hall.

Rowland Hibbard was re-elected as Chair & Jacqui Sewell was elected as Vice Chair.

Representatives were also appointed for:

  1. Broadwindsor School
  2. Blackdown, Comrades Hall and Drimpton Village Hall Committees
  3. Broadwindsor Community Sports Field
  4. Broadwindsor Allotment Group
  5. Footpaths Officer
  6. DAPTC Western Area Committee
  7. Other Representation?

Responsiblities were delegated for:

  1. MUGA
  2. Hursey Common
  3. Hursey Sports Field

Planning Applications submitted:

  • P/HOU/2022/00750, Hurst Farm Bungalow, School Lane, Blackdown, Dorset, DT8 3LE
  • PHOU/2022/02617, Island House, High Street, Broadwindsor, DT8 3QP (No link available)

Planning results:

  • P/TRC/2022/01701, 8 Kings Court, Broadwindsor, DT8 3QA (Tree Works): No Objection
  • P/HOU/2022/01638, Old Village Hall, Red Lane Junction to Junction at Seaborough Court, Seaborough, DT8 3QY: Granted
  • P/HOU/2022/00383, 6A Fullers, Broadwindsor, DT8 3PY: Refused

Broadwindsor Allotment Group received a £500.00 grant towards an Eco/Composting Toilet and Skip Hire.

Draft minutes of the meeting will be available soon HERE, together with previous Minutes of Meetings,

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Rescheduled: Broadwindsor Group Parish Council Meeting – Monday, 21st March 2022

Unfortunately due to COVID-19, next week’s Parish Council meeting has had to be rescheduled to Monday 21 March at Blackdown Village Hall. Sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused. Do get in touch if you have any questions or concerns about this change.

Broadwindsor Group Parish Council are holding a face to face meeting in Blackdown Hall at 7.30pm on Monday, 14th March 2022All are welcome to attend. Only in person as there is no live streaming of this meeting at the time of publishing.

The full agenda is available to download & view HERE. The Draft Minutes of last month’s meeting and Minutes of previous Group Parish Council meetings can be found online HERE

Item 4.  Matters Arising:  This is currently blank on the agenda but one would expect some comment/discussion re: the war conflict happening presently in the Ukraine.

Item 8.  Annual Parish Meeting: The Date, Venue and Content will be agreed.

Item 10. Planning Applications:
a. Applications Received and Circulated for Consultation:
P/HOU/2022/01177, Ashleigh, Chard Road, Drimpton, DT8 3RF
P/VOC/2022/01368, Hillside, Stony Knaps, Winsham, TA20 4NY

c. Results:
P/NMA/2022/01035, Hillside, Stony Knaps, Winsham, TA20 4N (Amendment to planning permission WD/D/18/000053): Refused
P/TRT/2022/00039, Chestnut Cottage, Chard Road, Drimpton, DT8 3RF: Consent (Tree Works)
P/LBC/2021/04144, Rose Cottage, B3165 School Lane, Blackdown, DT8 3LE: Granted
P/HOU/2021/01463, Wood Farm, Wood Lane, Kittwhistle, DT8 3LG: Granted
WD/D/20/001756, Broadwindsor Craft and Design Centre, Redlands Lane, Broadwindsor, DT8 3PX: Refused

Item 11. Broadwindsor Community Pub Update.
(Latest update on Broadwindsor.org is HERE.)

Item 12. Lewesdon Hill Project Update: from Cllr. Andrew Frampton.
(More HERE.)

Item 13. Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations Update: from BFG Chairman, Adrian Gray.
a. Broadwindsor Fun Group, Request to Plant Tree.
(Latest BFG news HERE.)

Item 15. Allotments: Renewals due.

Updates from other groups lead to –

Item 20. Matters of Interest and Information:
a. Items for next Agenda from Members of the Council
b. Items for next Agenda from Members of the Public

Item 21. Public Participation:
Residents are invited to give their views and ask questions of the Parish Council on any outstanding issues on this Agenda or raise issues for future consideration.

Item 22. The date of the next meeting will be agreed then the meeting will then close.

The press and public are invited to attend.  Under the Openess of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, members of the public may now film, photograph and make audio recordings of the proceedings of the formal Council meeting, though not, under current legislation, of the Public Participation session, as this is not part of the formal agenda of the meeting. Recording activity should be respectful to the conduct of the meeting and behavious that disrupts the meeting (such as oral commentary) will not be permitted.  Any member of the public shall not speak for more than five minutes.  A question asked by a member of the public during Public Participation shall not require a response or debate during the meeting though the Chairman may direct that a written response will be provided subsequent to the meeting.

There are 14 Elected Councillors (Blackdown Vacancy) – Click HERE to identify them.
Your District Councillor is Simon Christopher (Read his February Report HERE.)
Your representative in the House of Commons is: Christopher Loder, MP.

To contact the Editor, please email info@broadwindsor.org.

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Broadwindsor Group Parish Council – Online Meeting Monday 14th February 2022

Broadwindsor Group Parish Council are holding an informal meeting online using the Zoom platform at 7.30pm on Monday 14th February 2022All are welcome to attend.

The full agenda is available to download HERE. The Draft Minutes of last month’s meeting and Minutes of previous Group Parish Council meetings can be found online HERE

The meeting can be accessed HERE.
The Meeting ID: 894 4360 7180
Zoom is Free! – Sign Up and get it HERE.

Item 5. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
Residents are invited to give their views and ask questions of the Parish Council on issues on this Agenda.

  • a. Report from Councillor Christopher, Dorset Council
  • b. Report from Dorset Police
  • c. Cooption to Broadwindsor Group Parish Council, Blackdown Ward, Update

Item 6. CORRESPONDENCE AND NOTICES:

  • a. Dorset Council, Dorset’s Draft Enhanced Partnership Plan and Scheme
  • b. Lytchett Matravers Parish Council, Dorset Council Planning Department
  • c. Bridport and District Citizens Advice, Request for Grant
  • d. Broadwindsor Group Parish Community Land Trust, Request for Grant

9. PLANNING APPLICATIONS:

a. Applications Received and Circulated for Consultation

Item d. will address Dorset Council Planning Department Procedures.

There will be updates delivered on:

  • 10.BROADWINDSOR COMMUNITY PUB
  • 11. LEWESDON HILL PROJECT
  • 12. QUEEN’S PLATINUM JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS
  • 13. CLIMATE CHANGE EMERGENCY –  Working Group Update
  • 14. ALLOTMENTSReview of Contract for Renewals
  • 15. WELCOME PACKS.

Item 19. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
Residents are invited to give their views and ask questions of the Parish Council on any outstanding issues on this Agenda or raise issues for future consideration.

The date of the next meeting will be agreed then the meeting will then close.

The full agenda is available to download HERE.

The press and public are invited to attend.  Under the Openess of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, members of the public may now film, photograph and make audio recordings of the proceedings of the formal Council meeting, though not, under current legislation, of the Public Participation session, as this is not part of the formal agenda of the meeting. Recording activity should be respectful to the conduct of the meeting and behavious that disrupts the meeting (such as oral commentary) will not be permitted.  Any member of the public shall not speak for more than five minutes.  A question asked by a member of the public during Public Participation shall not require a response or debate during the meeting though the Chairman may direct that a written response will be provided subsequent to the meeting.

There are 14 Elected Councillors (Blackdown Vacancy) – Click HERE to identify them.

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Girl Guides Plant Over 600 Trees

At the weekend, along with girls & leaders from Bothenhampton Guides, Charmouth Guides & West Dorset Rangers, the Broadwindsor Guides planted over 600 trees as part of the Queens canopy, by kind permission of the landowners at Downbarn Farm in Mosterton.
This also reinstated a county boundary (Dorset/Somerset) Hedgerow that was removed by previous land owners in the 1930’s.
They first learnt about the different types of trees and the benefits of planting new trees/hedges.

They worked really well, met new friends and thoroughly enjoyed hot chocolate and cake to warm them up!

Well done to all involved!

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Work Starts At Comrades Hall – Monday 10th January

Work begins on Monday, 10th January at the Comrades Hall to replace the central heating system. An air source heat pump system is being installed to replace the current old oil-fired system. In addition, they are installing 36 solar panels (PVs) across 3 roof surfaces.

The electricity generated will power the daytime use in the Hall, with the surplus directed to heating the water, and any remaining surplus after that sent to the National Grid. These installations will greatly reduce the carbon footprint of our village hall. This work is being funded largely thanks to grant funding awarded by The National Lottery Community Fund and Low Carbon Dorset.

Obviously there will be disruption to normal hall usage while this work is taking place, but please be assured that  Post Office services and Comrades Arms sessions will still take place as usual, and that any existing hall bookings will be able to go ahead.

Please direct any enquiries to Chairman, David Leader: 01308 868275.
Thank you.

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Broadwindsor Parish Group Council Meeting – Monday, 13th December 2021

An Informal Meeting of the Broadwindsor Group Parish Council will be held at 7.30 pm on Monday 13 December 2021 . This will be an online Meeting using Zoom:

You are invited to join them online for festive drinks, nibbles and chat from 7.00 pm on 13th December, the meeting will then begin at 7.30 pm. All welcome!

The full agenda is available to download HERE.
Minutes of previous Group Parish Council meetings can be found online HERE.

Public participation is only permitted at item 5, where Residents are invited to give their views and ask questions of the Parish Council on issues on this Agenda and at item 18 where Residents are invited to give their views and ask questions of the Parish Council on any outstanding issues on this Agenda or raise issues for future consideration.

Correspndance at Item 6 includes a delay in the Comrades Hall Committee’s Planning application: Installation of solar array to roof and air source heat pump & to replace the public shelter – P/FUL/2021/01358.

Item 8 deals with Accounts:

a. To receive the Finance Report (Balance £49,039.34 as of 30 November 2021)
b. To receive the Internal Audit Report

c. Budget and Precept Planning 2022/2023

d. To approve payment of £700.00 for Blackdown Village Hall (CIL Project)

e. To approve payments of £894.78 each to Comrades Hall, Drimpton Village Hall, Blackdown Village
Hall, Broadwindsor Community Shop and Broadwindsor Community Pub (CIL Projects)

f. To approve payment of £132.00 for Focus (HS) Limited (Internal Audits)

g. To approve payment of £19.20 for Total Web Solutions (Storage)

h. To approve payment of £6.26 for HMRC (NI)

i. To approve payment of £456.00 for R Rawlings (Grit Bin Removal and Installation)

j. To approve payment of £90.02 for Clerk (Expenses November and December 2021)

There are a number of Planning Applications (Item 9) for BGPC to discuss:

And several results:

  • P/HOU/2021/04305, Ashleigh, Three Ashes to Greenham Lane, Horn Ash, TA18 8QB: Granted
  • P/FUL/2021/03204, The Old Stables and Grooms Cottage, Seaborough, DT8 3QY: Granted
  • P/TRT/2021/03836, 4 Quarry Mead, Burstock, DT8 3LL: Granted
  • P/PABA/2021/0 3639, Land at Common Hill Broadwindsor DT8 3LN: Prior Approval Required
  • P/FUL/2021/02788, Dorset Farms, Littlewindsor Farm Junction, Littlewindsor to Junction B3066, DT8
    3QU: Withdrawn

Other topics include updates on:

  • Broadwindsor Community Pub – more HERE.
  • Lewesdon Hill Project – more HERE.
  • Our Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations.
  • Affordable Housing – more HERE.
  • Climate Change.
  • Allotments.
  • Highways.

The full agenda is available to download HERE.

The press and public are invited to attend.  Under the Openess of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, members of the public may now film, photograph and make audio recordings of the proceedings of the formal Council meeting, though not, under current legislation, of the Public Participation session, as this is not part of the formal agenda of the meeting. Recording activity should be respectful to the conduct of the meeting and behavious that disrupts the meeting (such as oral commentary) will not be permitted.  Any member of the public shall not speak for more than five minutes.  A question asked by a member of the public during Public Participation shall not require a response or debate during the meeting though the Chairman may direct that a written response will be provided subsequent to the meeting.

There are currently 14 Elected Councillors (Broadwindsor Ward vacancy) – Click HERE to identify them.

The contents of this post are compiled by Wendy Shields, with information taken from the Broadwindsor Group Parish Council’s website.

 

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BGPC Return To Zoom Meetings – Monday, 8th November

An Informal Meeting of Broadwindsor Group Parish Council will be held at 7.30 pm on Monday 8th November 2021. This will be an online Meeting using Zoom:

The full agenda is available to download HERE.
Minutes of previous Group Parish Council meetings can be found online HERE.

Following apologies for absence, any disclosures, the minutes of the last meeting being approved and any matters arising, there is:

Item 5. Public Participation Residents are invited to give their views and ask questions of the Parish Council on issues on this Agenda.
   a. Report from Councillor Christopher, Dorset Council.

   b. Report from Dorset Police.

   c. Broadwindsor Group Parish Vacancy, Broadwindsor Ward.

Item 6. Correspondance and Notices:

   a. Broadwindsor Resident, Planning Policy and Hursey Common

   b. Dorset Council, Dorset’s EV Chargepoint Installation Programme

Item 9 deals with Planning applications:

a. Applications Received and Circulated for Consultation:
   P/LBC/2021/04144, Rose Cottage, School Lane, Kittwhistle, Blackdown, DT8 3LE

   P/FUL/2021/03204, The Old Stables and Grooms Cottage, Seaborough, DT8 3QY

   P/FUL/2021/03608, Land to the West of Higher Way

   P/FUL/2021/02965, Pipe House, Kittwhistle, DT8 3LG

   P/HOU/2021/04305, Ashleigh, Three Ashes to Greenham Lane, Horn Ash, TA18 8QB

b. Other Applications
   P/TRT/2021/03836
, Hursey Common, Main Street, Hursey, DT8 3LN

Item 10. Broadwindsor Community Pub.
Item 11. Lewesdon Hill Project.

Item 12. Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations.

Item 13. Broadwindsor Group Parish Welcome Packs

Item 14. Bridport Local Area Partnership (BLAP).

Item 15. Climate Change Emergency
Working Group Update

After an update from the Allotment Group, Item 17. addresses Highways:
   a. Report from the Footpaths Officer

   b. Verge Management in the Grouped Parish Area

   c. Review of Speed Limits in Grouped Parish Area

   d. Village Signage

Prior to the date of the next meeting being decided, Item 20. Public Participation invites Residents to give their views and ask questions of the Parish Council on any outstanding issues on this Agenda or raise issues for future consideration.

The full agenda is available to download HERE.

The press and public are invited to attend.  Under the Openess of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, members of the public may now film, photograph and make audio recordings of the proceedings of the formal Council meeting, though not, under current legislation, of the Public Participation session, as this is not part of the formal agenda of the meeting. Recording activity should be respectful to the conduct of the meeting and behavious that disrupts the meeting (such as oral commentary) will not be permitted.  Any member of the public shall not speak for more than five minutes.  A question asked by a member of the public during Public Participation shall not require a response or debate during the meeting though the Chairman may direct that a written response will be provided subsequent to the meeting.

There are currently 14 Elected Councillors (Broadwindsor Ward vacancy) – Click HERE to identify them.


The contents of this post are compiled by Wendy Shields, with information taken from the Broadwindsor Group Parish Council’s website.

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Chris Loder MP Responds Via Social Media

West Dorset MP, Chris Loder turned to social media to put his response to why he voted against Amendment 45, allowing raw sewage to be dumped into our rivers (read more HERE).  His reply read:

“Last week, I voted to put a duty on water companies to monitor water quality upstream and downstream of storm overflow which they don’t do today, as part of the Environment Bill. This will also give the government the power to direct water companies who fail to provide or adhere to management plans designed to reduce the release of raw sewage in storm overflows. It’s a major step forward and a huge improvement on what is in place today.
But why can’t we just ban this practice straightaway?… Sewage discharge into our water courses has occurred for many years. I despise it, but it is important for us to understand what would happen if we completely banned it with no emergency outlet.
Such discharge typically occurs when existing infrastructure isn’t sufficient to cope with surface water run-off during periods of heavy rain. The whole reason the emergency system of storm outflows exist is to prevent dirty water from entering properties or contaminating drinking water supplies, which when we have a Victorian water system built for a much smaller population, we have a pressure point.
If the vote went through as it was, this amendment would have likely forced complete renewal, costing billions of pounds which would have forced many water companies into bankruptcy, with a considerable cost to each of us.
My vote in the House of Commons was to improve the accountability of water companies to the British people, and to improve water quality for the benefit of everyone through forcing careful planning and long-term improvement to our sewage infrastructure.
But I do agree that more could have been done which is one of the reasons I hope that MPs lobbying behind the scenes will go to clamp down very hard, especially if it is found that water companies are discharging unnecessarily.

It is also worth everyone noting that Parliament is doing its work and this Environment Bill has not completed its legislative path through parliament yet and it will likely have further improvements as it completes its legislative process and becomes law.”

PLEASE CONTACT CHRIS LODER MP AT: hello@chrisloder.co.uk

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Chris Loder MP Allows Raw Sewage Dumping Into Our Rivers

While the U.K. prepares to host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow on 31 October, last week MPs voted on Amendment 45.

“Lords’ Amendment 45 to the Environment Bill would have placed a legal duty on water companies in England and Wales “to make improvements to their sewerage systems and demonstrate progressive reductions in the harm caused by discharges of untreated sewage.”

“Despite the horrendous environmental impact of the disgusting practice, shortly before the vote, the Conservative Environment Secretary George Eustice recommended to his fellow MPs that they should reject it.”

“And, owing largely to the government’s 80 seat majority, the amendment was indeed defeated – by a margin of 268 MPs to 204.”

EvolvePolitics

 

West Country Bylines published an article two days ago with the following information from Evolve.  They extracted the names of those MPs in our region whose vote was against the Amendment.  Chris Loder MP was one who voted against the Amendment.

TO ASK CHRIS LODER WHY – PLEASE CONTACT CHRIS LODER MP AT: hello@chrisloder.co.uk

Those who voted against the Amendment:

  • Steve Double – St Austell
  • George Eustice – Camborne and Redruth
  • Liam Fox – North Somerset
  • Marcus Fysh – Yeovil
  • James Heappey – Wells
  • Simon Jupp – East Devon

Chris Loder – West Dorset

  • Cherilyn Mackrory – Truro and Falmouth
  • Anthony Mangnall – Totnes
  • Scott Mann – North Cornwall
  • Anne Marie Morris – Newton Abbot
  • Sheryll Murray – South East Cornwall
  • Neil Parish – Tiverton and Honiton
  • John Penrose – Weston-super-Mare
  • Rebecca Powe – Taunton Deane
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg – North East Somerset
  • Selaine Saxby – North Devon
  • Gary Streeter – South West Devon
  • Mel Stride – Central Devon
  • Robert Syms – Poole
  • Michael Tomlinson – Mid Dorset and North Poole
  • David Warburton – Somerton and Frome

TO ASK CHRIS LODER WHY – PLEASE CONTACT CHRIS LODER MP AT: hello@chrisloder.co.uk

Those who voted against Raw Sewage Dumping:

  • Ben Bradshaw, Labour – Exeter
  • Simon Hoare, Conservative – North Dorset
  • Luke Pollard, Labour – Plymouth Sutton and Devonport
  • Derek Thomas, Conservative – St Ives

TO ASK CHRIS LODER WHY – PLEASE CONTACT CHRIS LODER MP AT: hello@chrisloder.co.uk

The full list of MPs (all Conservative) and how they voted can be found HERE. If you do not see your MP’s name, they did not vote.

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Broadwindsor Parish Group Council Meeting – Monday, 11th October 2021

A face-to-face meeting of the Parish Council will be held at 7.30 pm on Monday 11th October 2021 at Drimpton Village Hall.  SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES WILL BE IN PLACE. All are welcome to attend.

The full agenda is available to download HERE. Minutes of previous Group Parish Council meetings can be found online HERE.

Item 4. Matters Arising – a tribute will be made to former councillor of the Drimpton Ward, Brian Hedditch.

Item 5. Public Participation will involve reports from:

  • Councillor Christopher, Dorset Council.
  • Dorset Police.
  • Mick Massey, Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations, Broadwindsor Fun Group.

Item 6. Correspondance and Notices address:

  • a. Dorset Council, Application for a Definitive Map Modification Order – T650 Stoke Abbott Parish
    More can be read HERE.
  • b. Broadwindsor Residents, Lewesdon Hill Signage and Cross Keys Crossroads
  • c. Dorset Council – Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2022-2032 Consultation
  • d. Broadwindsor Resident, Sponsorship of Grass Cutting

Item 8. Accounts this month:

  • a. To receive the Finance Report (Balance £49,955.09 as of 30 September 2021)
  • b. To receive and note the External Auditor Report and Certificate for 2020/2021
  • c. To approve payment of £232.25 to Robin Moses (Drimpton Telephone Box Repairs)
  • d. To approve payment of £240.00 for PKF Littlejohn (External Audit)
  • e. To approve payment of £40.00 for N Chandler (Allotment Deposit)
  • f. To approve payment of £21.60 for Total Web Solutions (Storage)
  • g. To approve payment of £600.00 for Broadwindsor Group Parish Community Land Trust (Grant for Administrative Costs)
  • h. To approve payment of £6.26 for HMRC (NI)
  • i. To approve payment of £1,042.20 for the Clerk (Salary Adjustment, July, August & September 2021)
  • j. To approve payment of £285.00 for Toby Emmott (Hursey Common Maintenance)
  • k. To approve payment of £1800.00 for Broadwindsor Community Pub (Grant)

Item 9. Planning Applications:
a. Applications Received and Circulated for Consultation


b. Other Applications

  • P/PABA/2021/03639, Common Hill, Broadwindsor, DT8 3LN (Prior Approval) TPO/2021/0042, Hursey Common, Common Hill, Broadwindsor, DT8 3LN

Item 10 will deliver an updated Report & Review of the Business Plan for Broadwindsor’s Community Pub Proposal. You can find out more by visiting HERE.

Item 12 has the Council looking at Adopting a New Code of Conduct.

Item 13 will address the Proposal made by a village resident at last month’s meeting, to publicise the Council’s Draft Minutes.

Item 19 is an invitation for Residents to give their views and ask questions of the Parish Council on any outstanding
issues on this Agenda or raise issues for future consideration.

Item 22 – the meeting will close.

The full agenda is available to download HERE.

The press and public are invited to attend.  Under the Openess of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, members of the public may now film, photograph and make audio recordings of the proceedings of the formal Council meeting, though not, under current legislation, of the Public Participation session, as this is not part of the formal agenda of the meeting. Recording activity should be respectful to the conduct of the meeting and behavious that disrupts the meeting (such as oral commentary) will not be permitted.  Any member of the public shall not speak for more than five minutes.  A question asked by a member of the public during Public Participation shall not require a response or debate during the meeting though the Chairman may direct that a written response will be provided subsequent to the meeting.

There are currently 14 Elected Councillors (Broadwindsor Ward vacancy) – Click HERE to identify them.


The contents of this post are compiled by Wendy Shields, with information taken from the Broadwindsor Group Parish Council’s website.
Download the full agenda HERE.

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