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Meeting of Cutcombe Parish Council to be held on Thursday 23rd August 2018 at 7.30 pm in the Moorland Hall


  1. Public Question Time
  2. Apologies for Absence
  3. Declarations of interest
  4. Planning Applications:  6/15/18/103 Quarme Combe, Wheddon Cross: proposed extension to existing cattle shed


Minutes of the Parish Council Meeting held at 7.30pm on Thusday 23rd August 2018 at the Moorland Hall
Present: Councillors John Anson (Chairman), Linda Atkins, Eric Clarbull, John Davis, Eric Norman, Roger Webber, Parish Clerk Nic Kemp and one parishioner.
253.1   Public Question Time: items raised: (i) Short description and rationale of planning application at Quarme Combe by the applicant
253.2   Apologies for Absence: were accepted from Cllr Vivian White and Co Cllr Frances Nicholson.
253.3   Declarations of Interest:

Cllr Roger Webber


Personal: Owns land adjacent/opposite side of road


            Cllr Davis requested it be minuted he felt Cllr Webber had a prejudicial interest rather than personal.  Note – it is each councillor’s own responsibility to declare an interest.
253.4  Planning Application 6/15/18/103 Quarme Combe, Wheddon Cross: proposed extension to existing cattle shed.  Concerns over size of extension – 50% increase to existing building, potential for snow to accumulate in roof valley, proximity to road and potential for further development.  Support for application in terms of protecting waterways from slurry by covering feeding area, application not excessive in terms of planning, and screening already in place.  With two votes against, by majority the parish council supports the application.

There being no other business the meeting closed at 8.00 pm.
The next meeting of Cutcombe Parish Council will be held on Tuesday 18th September 2018 at 7.30pm in the Moorland Hall.

All are welcome to all meetings

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