TARRINGTON PARISH COUNCIL
MINUTES OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MEETING OF THE PARISH COUNCIL ON MONDAY 1ST JUNE 2020, HELD ONLINE VIA ZOOM AT 7.30PM
Chairman: Cllr Janette Ward
Councillors: Paul Grey (Vice Chairman), Robert Hodges, Ian Howard, Phil Avery and
In attendance: Jennifer Eva – Parish Clerk.
- APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE … no apologies were received.
- DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST … Cllr Hodges declared an interest in items 7.7.4 and 7.7.10.
- MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING – 25th May 2020
RESOLVED: to approve the minutes as an accurate record of the meeting.
In agreement with all members it was agreed change the running order of the agenda to enable comments by members of the public to be considered following the initial NDP discussion.
- NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN (NDP)
Members considered the analysis and review of the NDP consultation responses by Consultant David Nicholson and his recommended changes to the draft plan.
Members agreed to an additional wording amendment as per the analysis document – page 13, item 1 Policy TAR8: use of “minimum”: to remove the specification of six units as the Parish Council has already supported a pending application for 9 units. It will be for Herefordshire Council to determine the maximum number of dwellings for that site.
RESOLVED: to agree to all recommended changes to the draft plan with the above amendment.
- OPEN SESSION
Two members of the public spoke in response to the Council’s amendment as above (6 dwellings) –
one person agreed with the Council’s amendment, whereas the other person thought it should
- VILLAGE WEBSITE
Members considered two invoices for payment in support of the Village website and received a breakdown in costings from the website administrator.
15.1 Renewal of SSL certificate … £70.00
15.2 Hosting and support costs … £10.00 (annual term)
RESOLVED: to approve both invoices as the Village website is a valuable asset to the Parish.
- SALE OF THE TARRINGTON ARMS PUBLIC HOUSE
Members received a verbal update from Cllr Hodges about the sale of the Tarrington Arms which was recently advertised in the Hereford Times newspaper. The advertisement described how community groups are able to express an interest if they wish to bid for the pub .
Cllr Hodges confirmed that there is interest within the Parish to save the pub and a group of local people are forming a group with the intention of preparing a bid. Due to the deadline for expressions of interest (16th June 2020) it will not provide enough time for the group to become properly constituted.
It was agreed to call another extraordinary Parish Council meeting within the next two weeks to discuss this further.
There being no further business the Chairman closed the meeting at 8:06pm
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