OUTWOOD IN SURREY "The Village with the Mill"
OUTWOOD PARISH COUNCIL
Minutes of the Council Meeting held on Tuesday 12th November 2019
at the Church Room
Present Cllrs J Howard, N Wyer, B.Gosling, and M Baldock. Parish Clerk: L Charlesworth
Also present: Cllr Bourne ; Mr I Frow and Mr N Shaw; Mrs F Mellington and Mrs L Peacock.
12/1101 Apologies Cllr R Yeldham and Cllr Fitzgerald
12/1102 Minutes One alteration to the minutes under National Trust. They were then approved and signed.
12/1103 Declarations None
12/1104County Councillor Not present and no report
12/1105 District Councillor Cllr Bourne reported that he is co-chairing a committee looking at what needs to be done to rectify TDC’s significant financial difficulty.
12/1105 NT The NT are carrying out a survey of ponds on the estate; no date has been set yet for the Wassail.
Latest Toftrees application (2019/1686) also discussed and more detailed objection sent
12/1108MUGA/Wells Field More quotations for grass-cutting in 2020 to be sought – Cllr Wyer to contact. MUGA committee volunteers have recently cleaned the surface.
12/1109Training Cllrs Gosling and Baldock reported on the SSALC AGM on 15th October in Dorking
12/1110 Sustainability Fi Mellington advised of the Village Meeting on 25th November in Lloyd Hall , A speaker from 10/10 Climate Action to inform on possible environmental initiatives and projects for consideration. The sub-committee is now officially called the Outwood Climate change group. Some help with the website is required. Facebook group already set up. A feasibility study may be possible to help the Lloyd Hall in becoming more energy efficient.
12/1111 SCC Transport Services Survey completed
12/1112Law and Order Police – apologies received.
Neighbourhood Watch –Cars off Miller’s Lane broken in to.
Speedwatch – Mr N Shaw presented a report on recent activity.
12/1113Reports Highways and Speed Limits – Street sign ordered for Dayseys Hill
Lloyd Hall – Cllr Gosling reported on the LHMC’s difficulty with their cleaning contract. Next LHMC meeting 14th November.
Aviation and Transport-NMB meting regarding route 4. Cllr Gosling to attend GACC meeting on Friday 15th November
Community matters- There are some concerns about the possible development of the Castle site. VE Day celebrations 8th May 2020; Village party with hog roast and bbq and music from the period; clerk to request permission to light beacon.
12/1114 Finance 121114/1 The payments list was approved.
121114/2 Report from Clerk accepted.
12/1115 Next agenda Donation towards VE Day celebration costs
The Castle Inn
12/1116 Next Meeting The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 14th January 2020
Signed…………………………………. 14th January 2019