Agenda Wollaston Parish Council meeting October 2022

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14/10/2022

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WOLLASTON PARISH COUNCIL
Meeting of the Council

Attendees are reminded that in accordance with the Public Bodies (Admissions to Meetings) Act 1960 and Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, this meeting may be recorded.

Notice is hereby given regarding a Meeting of the Parish Council of Wollaston which is to be held on THURSDAY 20 OCTOBER 2022 which commences at 7pm at The Oasis Building, High Street, Wollaston for the purpose of transacting the following business, namely:-

1. Open Meeting (15 minutes).

2. Councillors Reports North Northants Council.

3. To receive and accept apologies for absence.

4. To receive declaration of interest related to business on the agenda.

5. Confirmation of the minutes of Meeting of the Parish Council held on Thursday 21 July 2022.

6. Clerk’s Report (DS) (Appendix 1).
• To RESOLVE whether resident at 6 Hazeldene can lay slabs to side of house on open space.
• To RESOLVE whether resident at 6 Hazeldene can purchase additional land on open space.
• POLICIES : To review and approve Records Retention Policy and Tree Management Policy.

7. Finances
• To RESOLVE to approve receipts for July 2022 (Appendix 2).
• TO RESOLVE to approve receipts for August 2022 (Appendix 3).
• To RESOLVE to approve receipts for September 2022 (Appendix 4).
• To RESOLVE to approve payments for August 2022 (Appendix 5).
• To RESOLVE to approve payments for September 2022 (Appendix 6).
• To RESOLVE to approve payments for October 2022 to include grant payments (Appendix 7).
• To RESOLVE to approve second quarter budget to 30 September 2022 (Appendix 8)
• Report from external auditor. Audit completed and published (Appendix 9).
• To RESOLVE whether or not to opt out of the Local Audit (Smaller Authorities) Regulations 2015 appointment of external auditor.
• To RESOLVE to transfer monies to PC account from savings account for Community Centre and Preschool plans, search fees and other initial costs.

8. Planning (PJ)
• Applications from August, September and October status update and response (PJ) (Appendix 10).
(a) Any other planning business
• S106 developer contributions report, Hookhams Path (Appendix 11).
• Community Centre and Preschool Update (PJ/JM).

9. Reports:
(a) Playing Field & Parks Management Committee update (TS) (Draft Minutes, Appendix 12).
(b) Environmental, Highways & Street Lights (TS):
• Update regarding Cemetery grounds maintenance.
• Discussion regarding Millennium Trees and agree next steps relating to tree damage.
• Discussion regarding Green Canopy project and 5 x Silver Birch trees available (LA).
(c) Street Dr Report (TS) (Appendix 13).
(d) Footpaths update (MM).
(e) Village Hall update (GC).
(f) Crime and Community Safety update (MM).
(g) Community Events update:
• Promote adverts for Wollaston Together magazine.
• Support for Events.

10. Update from Chairman (LA).

11. Confirmation of date of next Parish Council meeting, Thursday 17 November 2022.

D. Styles

Wollaston Parish Council Clerk, Responsible Financial Officer.
Dated this 14 day of October 2022.

OCTOBER 2022
CLERK’S REPORT – Appendix 1
Social Media:
• Updates from North Northants Council leader, Jason Smithers.
• Updates from Neighbourhood Watch, Northants Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.
• Street Dr report posted.
• Update from NNC circulated regarding issues of bin collections.
• Thanks to NNC Highways for line painting in the village.
• Mini road sweeper has been in village clearing road gutters from dead weeds.
• Warning dangers regarding nitrous oxide/laughing gas canister use.
• Suggestions regarding Electric Car Charging Points – slip road on London Road.
• Bloor Homes – register your interest for housing at Summers Grange.
• Reminder no dogs in the play areas, St Mary’s play area.
• A45 road closures.
• Join an Independent Advisory Group to shape policing in Northants.
• Various fraud and crime updates.
Village:
• Gigaclear continues installation of ducts for fibre broadband to village.
• Vegetation cut back at Rotten Row, Hinwick Road industrial unit opposite Green Street, Cemetery slope up Cobbs Lane, Village Hall front hedge, London Road slipway hedge and Park Street strim.
• Residents have kindly cut back vegetation overhanging path St Michael’s Lane/Queens Road/College Street.
• Clerk working with resident at College Street to cut back vegetation on corner of College Street/St. Michael’s Lane and rear of parking spaces along St. Michael’s Lane.
• Various requests regarding internment at the Cemetery, referred to NNC.
• Traffic lights at Hookhams Path 17 October to 18 November.

Other:
• Certificate in Local Council Administration 30 assignments loaded up and sent to assessor. Feedback received. Clerk to resubmit 5 assignments.
• Chair kindly delivered documents to Northants archives for safe storage and historic Playing Field & Parks Management Committee minutes.
• Cllr Boddington Building – a two-way conversation with communities training attended.
• Cllr Jones – Planning nuts and bolts training attended.
• Clerk to attend Assets of Community Value online training Friday 21 October 2022, 10am to 12pm – to be rescheduled.
• Contacted by a company called Recoup regarding what plastic is collected on litter picks near the river Nene. Referred to Great Doddington PC as they have a village litter pick group who collect near the river.
REMEMBRANCE DAY PARADE AND SERVICE – Sunday 13 November 2022
• Dr Marten have agreed the parade can congregate and set off from their car park on High Street. Road closure applied for. Uniformed organisations contacted, await response. Jenny McPhee from the Salvation Army will be the lead for the event. Band and bugle player organised. Decision to be made regarding who will organise everyone in the car park and readings from the armed forces. Marshals to be organised. Councillors and partner to attend. Invite past councillors and ward councillors.

Receipts July 2022

A B C D F
DATE RECEIVED FROM DESCRIPTION NET AMOUNT VAT ELEMENT TOTAL AMOUNT
11.07.22 Lloyds Bank *1823 Monthly interest 0.88 0 0.88
TOTAL: 0.88 0.00 0.88

Receipts August 2022

A B C D F
DATE RECEIVED FROM DESCRIPTION NET AMOUNT VAT ELEMENT TOTAL AMOUNT
01.08.2022 Nationwide Building Society S106 monies Pyghtles/Neale Close 21/22 3278.41 0 3278.41
03.08.2022 Huws Gray Ltd Refund village heritage sign materials 65.18 16.30 81.48
09.08.2022 Lloyds Bank *1823 Interest accrued 2.99 0 2.99
TOTAL: 3346.58 16.30 3362.88

Receipts Sept 22

A B C D F
DATE RECEIVED FROM DESCRIPTION NET AMOUNT VAT ELEMENT TOTAL AMOUNT
09.09.2022 Lloyds Bank *1823 Monthly interest 3.77 0 3.77
28.09.2022 Wollaston Cricket Club Premiership Lawncare invoice for field maintenance 2226.00 0 2226.00
29.09.2022 B. MacKilop Refund accidental damage to PF walkway fence 137.00 0 137.00
TOTAL: 2366.77 0.00 2366.77

August 2022 Payments

A. B. C. D. E. F. G.
PAYMENT PAYEE DESCRIPTION NETT OF VAT VAT ELEMENT TOTAL LEGISLATION

DD01 EON PF Floodlight energy supply 20.99 1.05 22.04 OS Act 1906 ss12
BACS0545 Miss Debra Styles August 2022 salary 1013.37 0.00 1013.37 LGA 1972 s112
BACS0546 HMRC NI contribution employer, employee, employee tax 87.09 0.00 87.09 LGA 1972 s112
DD02 Aviva Pension Pension contribution, employer, employee 72.76 0.00 72.76 LGA 1972 s112
DD03 Tesco Mobile Monthly SIM only fee, office mobile 7.50 0.00 7.50 LGA 1972 s112
BACS0547 Whitestar Systems Ltd Website monitoring and support 35.00 0.00 35.00 LGA 1972 S112
BACS0548 Oxford Innovation Ltd Office hire, catering, internet monthly fee, final 243.65 48.73 292.38 LGA 1972 S112
BACS0549 Hayeswood Landscapes Village grass cut 1304.42 260.88 1565.30 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
BACS0550 Frostwood Home & Garden Affix bin to ground at playing field play area 85.00 0.00 85.00 OS Act 1906 ss 12
BACS0551 Barton Petroleum Tractor fuel (£15.01 money on account) 161.50 8.49 169.99 OS Act 1906 ss 12
BACS0552 sjn Property Maintenance 2 x culvert clear @ Pocket Park 40.00 0.00 40.00 OS Act 1906 ss 12
BACS0553 Mr P Jones, Imperial Carpentry Supply & fit 2 x heritage village signs 352.00 0.00 352.00 OS Act 1906 ss 12
BACS0555 Granwax Products Ltd Floor cleaner refurbished floor at VH 2 x 5L + carriage 25.70 5.14 30.84 S137 VH Grant
BACS0556 Mr P Jones, Imperial Carpentry Repair to damaged footpath fence and post 137.00 0.00 137.00 OS Act 1906 ss 12
BACS0557 Geoxphere Ltd Annual subscription to Parish Online 160.00 32.00 192.00 LGA 1972 s143
BACS0558 Playground Supplies Ltd Wet pour repair to basket swing, St. Marys 230.00 46.00 276.00 OS Act 1906 ss12
GRAND TOTAL: 3975.98 402.29 4378.27

BIN RETURNED, BACS0554 not paid
BACS0554 Glasdon UK Ltd Supply replacement bin to St Marys & liner 212.45 42.49 254.94 OS Act 1906 ss 12

VH payments to be deducted from £5K grant

September 2022 Payments Appendix 6

A. B. C. D. E. F. G.
PAYMENT PAYEE DESCRIPTION NETT OF VAT VAT ELEMENT TOTAL LEGISLATION

DD01 EON PF Floodlight energy supply to tennis courts 35.33 1.77 37.10 OS Act 1906 ss12
BACS0558 Glasdon Uk Ltd Replacement bin 212.45 42.49 254.94 Litter Act 1983, ss 5(1)
BACS0559 Miss Debra Styles September 2022 salary 995.75 0.00 995.75 LGA 1972 s112
BACS0560 HMRC Employer NI employee NI Tax contributions 79.18 0.00 79.18 LGA 1972 s112
DD02 AVIVA Pensions Employer and Employee contributions 72.76 0.00 72.76 LGA 1972 s112
DD03 Tesco Mobile Office mobile monthly fee 7.50 0.00 7.50 LGA 1972 S112
BACS0561i Whitestar Systems Ltd Website monitoring and support 35.00 0.00 35.00 LGA 1972 S112
BACS0561ii Whitestar Systems Ltd Website, change to show death of H.M. Queen 60.00 0.00 60.00 LGA 1972 s112
BACS0562a Hayeswood Landscapes Village grass cut August 22 1304.42 260.88 1565.30 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
BACS0562b Hayeswood Landscapes London Road slip road, hedge cut back to path 200.00 40.00 240.00 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
BACS0562c Hayeswood Landscapes PF car park and access road hedge cut back 750.00 150.00 900.00 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
BACS0562d Hayeswood Landscapes Village tidy, Hinwick Rd, Park St, Village Hall cut backs 500.00 100.00 600.00 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
BACS0563 PKF Littlejohn LLP Annual external audit AGAR 400.00 80.00 480.00 LGA 1972 S111
BACS0564 Amazon Debit card purchase Local Council Administration book 141.68 0.00 141.68 LGA 1972 s112
BACS0565 Northants Pest Control PF annual contract for pest control 400.00 0.00 400.00 OS Act 1906 ss 12
BACS0566 B&M HM Queen’s memorial photoframes x 2 & table cloth 6.39 1.60 7.99 LGA 1972, s111
BACS0566 Flowers by Lisa HM Queens memorial wreath 60.00 0.00 60.00 LGA 1972, s111
BACS0567 North Northants Council 2x recyling bins, 1x wheelie bin 3 months collection fee 159.25 0.00 159.25 OS Act 1906, ss 9 & 10
BACS0568 n power Parish Council street lighting energy 6 months 544.93 27.25 572.18 Highways Act 1980, S301
BACS0569 NPS Shoes New office, hire & deposit at Nags Head 1000.00 200.00 1200.00 LGA 1972 S112
BACS0570 Hygiene Depot Bags for large bins at PF, 2 x rolls 38.55 7.71 46.26 OS Act 1906, ss 9 & 10
BACS0571 Wickes Rushden 2 x 750ml tins black metal paint 25.00 5.00 30.00 OS Act 1906, ss 9 & 10
7028.19 916.70 7944.89

October 2022 Payments
A. B. C. D. E. F. G.
PAYMENT PAYEE DESCRIPTION NETT OF VAT VAT ELEMENT TOTAL LEGISLATION
BACS0572 B&M Purchase flowers village displays 10.75 2.69 13.44 OS Act 1906 ss 12
BACS0572 B&M Office supplies, toilet roll, soaps, towels, kettle 28.52 7.13 35.65 LGA 1972 S112
BACS0573 Mr A. Threadgold 2 x 750ml tins black paint for street signs refurb 25.00 5.00 30.00 OS Act 1906 ss12
DD04 ICO Annual data protection fee 35.00 0.00 35.00 LGA 1972 s112
BACS0574 P. Jones Carpentry Install and mount St Marys play area sign 70.00 0.00 70.00 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
DD01vii EON PF Floodlight energy supply 35.09 1.75 36.84 OS Act 1906 ss12
BACS0575 Miss Debra Styles October 2022 salary 939.34 0.00 939.34 LGA 1972 s112
BACS0576 HMRC Employer NI employee NI Tax payment 62.28 0.00 62.28 LGA 1972 s112
DD02vii Aviva Pensions Employer/Employee contributions 72.76 0.00 72.76 LGA 1972 s112
DD03VII Tesco Mobile Office mobile sim only monthly fee 7.50 0.00 7.50 LGA 1972 s 112
BACS0577 Whitestar Ltd Website monitoring and support 35.00 0.00 35.00 LGA 1972 S112
BACS0578 Hayeswood Landscapes Village grass cut and weed spray 1999.42 399.88 2399.30 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
BACS0579 Premiership Lawncare Renovation of Cricket Square, loam 1950.00 390.00 2340.00 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
BACS0579 Premiership Lawncare Renovation of Cricket Square, seed 276.00 0.00 276.00 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
BACS0580 Wilby Trees Ltd Tree safety audit fee 1295.00 259.00 1554.00 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
BACS0581 Seagrave Inspection Serv Ltd Annual audit play area – Pyghtles 180.00 36.00 216.00 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
BACS0582 A Luck Emergency repair storage area at PF 272.00 0.00 272.00 OS Act 1906 ss 9 & 10
BACS0583 EON Energy Solutions Street light quarterly maintenance fee 54.52 10.90 65.42 OS Act 1906 ss 12
BACS0584 npower quarterly stret light charges July to Sept 224.16 11.21 235.37 OS Act 1906 ss 12
BACS0585 GJ Wilcox (Agri) Ltd Annual weed and feed PF 1160.00 232.00 1392.00 OS Act 1906 ss12
BACS0586 NCALC Training fees, Comm Conversation & Planning 76.00 15.20 91.20 LGA 1972 ss 143
Comm Grants
BACS0587 Wollaston Youth Club Grant – equipment, TV, footballs, Wii games 167.00 0.00 167.00 s137
BACS0588 2nd Wollaston Scout Grp Grant – equipment allotment plot 167.00 0.00 167.00 s137
BACS0589 Busy Bees Preschool Grant – stationery and art supplies 167.00 0.00 167.00 s137
BACS0590 Cogenhoe & Whiston PC Village Hopper running costs grant 200.00 0.00 200.00 s137
BACS0591 Wollaston comm Library Grant – shelving units 1000.00 0.00 1000.00 s137
BACS0592 1st Responders Grant – Assisting in community emergency care 100.00 0.00 100.00 s137
BACS0593 Methodist Church Day Care Grant 200.00 0.00 200.00 s137
BACS0594 St. Marys Church Grant – new LED floodlight lamps and energy costs 1050.00 0.00 1050.00 s137
GRAND TOTAL: 11859.34 1370.76 13230.10
NOVEMBER
BACS0595 NPS Shoes Office rental minus 1 week for Nov 2022 184.62 46.15 230.77 LGA 1972 S112
due by 03.11.22

WOLLASTON PARISH COUNCIL – BUDGET 22/23 2022/2023 Jun-22 Sep-22

ITEM
RECEIPTS
1 PRECEPT 83328 83328 83328
2 GRANTS 800 0 0
2a GRANT CC A509 VERGES 995 995 995
2b CAPITAL CARRY OVER PF PLAY EQUIP 8000 0 0
3 BANK INTEREST 850 2 10
4 SPORTS ASSOC 400 0 3777
5 CRICKET CLUB 470 1551 3278
6 S106 PYGHTLES/NEALE CL 4000 0 0
7 S106 HOOKHAMS PATH 0 0 0
8 SUNDRY/INSURANCE RECLAIMS 50 5308 5510
9 TOTAL INCOME 98893 91184 96898
PAYMENTS
10 CLERKS SALARY/EXPENSES 14835 3461 6917
10a Pension payments/previous plan 1000 0 0
11 GEN ADMIN/OFFICE COSTS 5704 1642 3859
11a INSURANCE PREMIUM 650 598 598
11b AUDIT 800 0 360
11c SUBSCRIPTIONS 1200 0 1202
12 COMMUNITY GRANTS/S137 10100 1344 1370
14 ST LIGHTING 1200 55 654
14 GRASS CUTTING 17,043 4608 8521
17a S106 PYGHTLES/NEALE CL 0 0
15 PLAYING FIELD & PLAY AREAS MAINTENANCE 12200 2168 4186
15A PLAYING FIELD/PLAY AREAS CAPITAL 17138 21981 21981
16 SPORTS ASSOCIATION 400 364 364
17 CRICKET CLUB 470 1959 2023
18 ELECTION COSTS 3000 0 0
19 MAINTENANCE/PURCHASES/CONTINGENCY 14291 3644 5331
20a S106 PYGHTLES/NEALE CL 0 0 0
20b S106 HOOKHAMS PATH 0 0 0
21 INSURANCE RECLAIM 0 7651 7651
22 TOTAL EXPENDITURE 100031 49475 65017
23 NETT BALANCE REQD FROM RESERVES 0 0
BREAKDOWN OF 15 (GRANTS)
12i YOUTH ORGANISATIONS 500 0 0
12ii EVENTS COMMITTEE 1000 1000 1000
12iii VILLAGE HOPPER 200 0 0
12iv VILLAGE HALL 5000 275 300
12v VILLAGE HUB 1000 0 0
12vi WOLLASTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY 1000 0 0
12vii 1ST RESPONDERS, DAY CARE GRANT 300 0 0
12viii OTHER COMMUNITY GRANTS 600 0 0
12ix CHURCH FLOODLIGHTS 500 0 0
12x S137 70 70
TOTAL GRANTS AS ABOVE 10100 1345 1370

PLANNING APPLICATIONS REPORT
AUG/SEPT/OCT 2022 @ 14.10.22
APPL NO ADDRESS DESCRIPTION PC RESPONSE TO NNC STATUS
NCC 20/00017/WASFUL Land at 30-50 Doddington Road Proposed development: Industrial/
Commercial Building (Use Class B1, B2, B8 including non-hazardous waste transfer, storage, and recycling) and storage yard PC – objection, responded 06.05.200

Comments by 15.05.2020 Objection 11.06.2020
(Consultation Response – NCC, EA)
Letters of objection re-submitted
EA concerns not yet fulfilled
Planning have received no update but await to see what the applicant intends to do now no updates as @ Oct 2022.

NW/21/01080/HSC Scott Bader UK Hazardous Substances Consent to store an inventory of hazardous substances at the Scott Bader site in Wollaston PC Response: Objection, insufficient information, agree with H&S Executive that qualified specialist risk assessor to be engaged. New Comm Centre to be built nearby, PC raises concerns. HSE Committee can only begin considerations 24.03.22.

Request extension to 16 January 2022 expiration. H&S Executive initially responded, applicant been asked to extend time to 30 April 22.
Debbie Kirk updated PC that holding letter from HSE will be sent by 11 November 2022. This is awaited.
NW/22/00375/FUL 89 Hinwick Road Demolition of rear conservatory and part two storey side and part single storey side extension PC response: Wrote to planning regarding concerns of loss of parking on site.

Respond by 02 July 2022 Application refused 19 July 2022.
NW/22 /00453/FUL 38 The Pyghtles First floor extension (above ground floor front projection) with adjustments to general external wall finishes PC Response: No objection

Respond by 18 July 2022 Application permitted 04 August2022
NW/22/00395/FUL 8 Francis Dickins Close Proposed single storey rear extension, conversion of rear of garage to utility room and internal alterations PC Response: No objection

Respond by 21 July 2022 Application permitted 18 August 2022
NW/22/00463/LBC
NW/22/00462/FUL 1 Church Lane List Building Consent/Proposed conversion of existing woodstore to utility, conversion of existing double garage to gym/home office, alterations to entrance porch, replacement rendering to (south/south-west) Victorian wing, replacement windows and French doors to kitchen, replacement WC window, along with external changes to the rear courtyard, raised patio and rainwater goods PC response to LBC
PC response to FUL

No objections, for conservation officer.

Respond by 23 July 2022 Awaiting Decision
NW/22/00469/FUL 6 Roses Close Conversion of garage to habitable accommodation and removal of garage door and infilling with bricks and a new window and internal door PC Response – raised query regarding loss of parking. Await response.

Respond by 25 July 2022 Application permitted 19 August 2022
NW/22/00492/LBC 23 Hickmire Listed building consent to convert and subdivide an existing studio into habitable accommodation consisting of additional bedroom & 2 ensuite bathrooms & changes to the glazing installed on easter elevation to form 2 sets of french door with full length glazing on either side PC Response: No objections.

Respond by 04 August 2022 Application permitted 25 August 2022
NW/22/00523/LDP 1 Little Lane Replacement of roof tiling, battens & felt owing to general poor condition. Colour of tiles to be amended to grey (Redland mini Stonewold flat concrete roof slae – slate grey). Height & pitch of roof to remain consistent with existing. Soffits, fascia & guttering to be replace. Central chimney stack removal which is currently redundant & supported by steel beam in loft space. Other 2 chimney stacks in use and will remain PC Response: No objections. For conservation officer

Respond by: 13 August 2022 Application permitted 02 September 2022
NW/22/00525/FUL 92 London Road Erection of 4 new dwellings, retention of existing dwelling (92 London Rd) with internal & external changes proposed. Proposals include new access, parking & landscaping PC Response: Agrees with highways to extend access and establish whether there is a land grab on small parcel of land to front right of access road and concerns regarding removal of trees, TPO to be applied

Respond by 15 August 2022 Application permitted 05 October 2022
NW/22/00544/FUL Wollaston Inn 87 London Rd Change of use from outbuildings and dwelling (C3 use) to offices (E (g)(i) use) to carry out any operational or administrative functions (the pub to remain an operational pub) PC Response: No objections

Respond by 27 August 2022. Application permitted 29 September 2022.
NW/22/00576/FUL 20 Hookhams Path Removal of existing single storey utility room to side, and part 2 storey and part single storey side extension, new rear patio with steps and wall PC Response: No objections

Respond by 10 September 2022 Application permitted 13 October 2022
NW/22/00661/FUL 81 High Street Proposed single storey extension to replace existing single storey structure PC Response: No objections

Respond by 14 October 2022 Awaiting Decision
NN/22/00641/REM 190 Hinwick Road Reserved matters application (appearance, landscaping, layout scale) pursuant to outline planning permission WP/22/00528/OUT for 2 storey detached dwellings PC Response: No objections

Respond by 16 October 2022 Awaiting Decision
NW/22/00684/FUL 89 Hinwick Road Single storey side extension (mobility accessible) to replace detached garage and single storey rear extension (mobility accessible) with demolition of existing conservatory PC Response:

Respond by 22 October 2022. Awaiting Decision
NW/22/00707/FUL 59 Priory Road Two storey side extension and first floor side extension and lean to roof above an existing single storey front projection PC Response:

Respond by 29 October 2022. Awaiting Decision
NW/22/00691/LDP Wollaston Hall High St Cert lawful dev, annex for manufacture of separate product group (Crestapol) built on side of existing production building (NPP). Mixture of 2 storey with plant deck section & single storey section. Building will be braced steel frame. Upper floors open grill decking. Extension to have insulated profiled metal sheeting roof & wall cladding. Foundations likely to be deepened traditional pad foundations. Ground floor slab anticipated to be ground-bearing in-situ concrete slab. New concrete apron will be created between annex and site’s existing arterial road PC Comments: Awaiting Decision

Hookhams Path S106 developer contributions Report

The following details have been taken from the S106 agreement dated 25 March 2022

Allotments – £36,140 to provide additional allotment plots payable prior to the first occupation of 60% of dwellings
Cycle Route – £25,000 towards the proposed Irchester to Wolllaston cycle route payable prior to the first occupation of the 60th dwelling.
Early Years – £348,048 towards additional early years infrastructure payable 25% prior to first occupation / 50% prior to 50% occupation / 25% prior to 75% occupation
Library – £21,072 to provide additional new or extended / improved facilities payable prior to 30% of occupation
Primary Health Care – £49,823 towards infrastructure to support and ensure new population has access to healthcare payable prior to 30% of occupation.
Playing Pitches – £136,608 towards additional playing pitches / showers / changing rooms. Payable 50% prior to the first 50% occupation / 50% prior to the first 80% occupation.
Senior School – £340,351 to provide additional capacity, payable 25% prior to first occupation/ 50% prior 50% occupation/ 25% prior to 75% occupation,
SPA – £29,061 to mitigate effect of Upper Nene Valley payable prior to first occupation.
Sports Hall – £53,126 towards Village Hall improvement and provision of indoor sports, payable prior to the first 60% occupation.
Village Hall and Nursery Land – provision of 0.3 ha of land off Irchester Road as indicated in Plan 2
From commencement of development to reserve the Village Hall and Nursery land for period of 10 years for the provision of a Nursery and Village Hall (see part 6 of S106 agreement)
Village Hall means a building to be provided on the village hall land and nursery for use as a flexible building

WOLLASTON PARISH COUNCIL
PLAYING FIELD & PARKS MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
DRAFT MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD ON
Tuesday 11 October 2022, 7.00pm
At The Hill, Wollaston

VOTING MEMBERS PRESENT
Messrs Jones, Mitchell, Perry, Savage (Chair), and Mrs Milroy (Vice Chair) – Miss D. Styles, Clerk.
MEMBERS/PUBLIC PRESENT
Mr W. Thompson.
APOLOGIES
Mr Cotter, Green, Silsby and Tew.
MINUTES
The minutes of the last meeting from 12 July 2022 were agreed unanimously and signed as a correct record. There was no meeting in September 2022 due to the death of Her Majesty, the Queen.
FINANCES
Finances were circulated to end of September 2022. Payments total £4,186 to the end of September. The budget shows an overspend on the energy charges for the floodlights at the tennis courts – consider a charge for these to recoup overspend. The mole contract will be looked at to see whether a call out charge will be cheaper than an annual contract. Cricket Club mowing monies to be paid October. Mr Savage will look through the tree safety inspection report and urgent works schedule and Clerk will obtain quotes for the works. There is still £185 on the Barton tractor fuel account.
PLAY EQUIPMENT AND ADULT GYM INSPECTION/MAINTENANCE
Mr Savage had inspected all equipment and handed over the inspection sheets to the Clerk. The play equipment at St. Marys should be repainted shortly and the springer seat and bench will be repaired/refurbished. A sign has been stolen on the site, the installation of which, has not been paid for yet. Stolen within a week of it being placed on site. The front bolt on the toddler swing at the Playing Field play equipment is missing. Mr Savage will remove the other one and try to find a match. Clerk to secure off the area and place a safety sign at the swings.
POCKET PARK
Mr Thompson was thanked for coming along to the meeting and for all the maintenance work he has carried out at the Pocket Park to keep it tidy. Locking and unlocking the front gate is going quite well. Clerk will ask Scott Bader about the renewal of the lease of the site.
SPORTS ASSOCIATION REPORT
Cricket finished well. The 1st team won division one and are back in the premier. The cup final match was lost and the T20 day match was lost. The 2nd team finished mid table. The 3rd team were relegated. Vets are struggling with take up. Good year for youth with the U 9’s winning tournaments. Good talented young players and girls coming in. The female coach is having a positive impact. More helpers coming in too. There is a growing demand for youth sport within the village. And there is a growing stability with football coaches now.
The football season is under way with youth football going well on Saturdays. The Clubhouse is now open Saturday mornings to bring in revenue. Ms Betteridge has taken on the role of treasurer permanently for the Sports Association. Once the accounts are finalised, Mr Perry will call a meeting to discuss how donations are to be dealt with and future planning. Mr Cotter reported the youth football club are in the process of setting up an FA Wildcats Centre which is a training only programme aimed at primary school aged girls to have fun, make friends and play football. No day/time/venue has been planned yet.
PURCHASES REQUIRED
Purchase root ball trees for front of site. Repaint of equipment at St. Marys coming in at £1,000 once completed, weather dependent. Urgent works to take place regarding tree safety report. Clerk had received 2 quotes for the car parking spaces to be marked on the car park. Mr Savage asked that a third quote be sought.
FIELD MAINTENANCE/MATTERS RELATING TO THE FIELD
The sewage issue has been resolved but there is still a smell in the changing rooms. A crack in the soil surface on the field has appeared by the septic tank. This could be due to the dry weather in the Summer, to monitor. The 2 x vandalised wooden picnic tables were reported to the Police and a crime number issued. Mr Savage will obtain an update. The ‘Bill Boddington’ seat is in the compound due to some damage. Mrs Milroy raised the issue of the use of the playing field for events. The Events Committee is trying to set up an event for the Summer after the success of the Jubilee Event and requests from the public for similar events. Discussions took place regarding use. The Sports Association has an agreement with the Parish Council for a 30 year lease of the Clubhouse until 01 March 2033. The playing field was conveyed to the Parish Council from the Duchy of Lancaster on 09 February 1950 for the sum of £650, being 10 acres of land to be used as an open space for the exercise, sport and recreation. It was agreed Mr Perry and Mr Jones would speak with Mr Silsby regarding the field and the league would be contacted about 1st team and 2nd team playing at home. An agreement for the use of the field would be ideal. A potential date for the summer fair event would be Sunday 25 June 2023, although residents were asking for the event to be held on a Saturday.
DATE OF NEXT MEETING
Tuesday 08 November 2022, 7pm, The Hill, Wollaston.
There being no further business the Chair thanked everyone for attending and closed the meeting at 8.15pm.

STREET DOCTOR FAULT REPORT – AS AT 18/10/22

REPORT NUMBER FAULT DESCRIPTION REPORTED BY DATE ACTION TO BE TAKEN

3893699 VERGE BEING ERODED, TOP OF ROTTEN ROW TJS 16/10/2022 INVESTIGATING
3886228 POOR PAVEMENT CONDITION IN MAN. ROAD. TJS 12/10/2022 INVESTIGATING
3886217 TWO KERB STONES NEAR 78 HIGH ST. LOOSE TJS 12/10/2022 INVESTIGATING
3845000 SMALL DEEP POTHOLE OPP. 123 HINWICK RD. TJS 23/09/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 26 WEEKS
NNC INSPECT POTHOLE IN IRCHESTER RD. NEAR SCHOOL NNC 08/09/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 26 WEEKS
3744296 OVERGROWN TREE IN IRCHESTER ROAD DS 10/08/2022 TO CUT BACK IN AUTUMN 22
3702408 TREE DAMAGE TO PROPERTY IN HINWICK RD MRS. W. 24/07/2022 NNC PASS – WPC TO ACTION?
NNC INSPECT SIGN DEFECT ON A509 TO WELLINGBOROUGH NNC 19/07/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 28 DAYS
NNC INSPECT SIGNPOST FAULT IN IRCHESTER ROAD NNC 15/07/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 26 WEEKS
3673933 SIGN AS ABOVE, FACING HOOKHAMS PATH MM 13/07/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 26 WEEKS
3671059 OVERGROWN TREE OUTSIDE 163 HINWICK RD. ANON 12/07/2022 INVESTIGATING
3670956 AS ABOVE – DUPLICATE REPORT? ANON 12/07/2022 INVESTIGATING
3639151 WORN ROAD LINES THROUGHOUT VILLAGE TJS 01/07/2022 SOME ROADS DONE
NNC INSPECT 7 VARIOUS HIGHWAY/FOOTPATH PROBLEMS NNC JUNE SOME ROADS DONE
3552215 HOLE IN GRATING ON ISLAND, HINWICK ROAD TJS 25/05/2022 NOW FIXED
NNC INSPECT FOOTPATH PROBLEM, WINDMILL CLOSE? NNC 03/05/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 26 WEEKS
NNC INSPECT ROAD FLOODING PROBLEM SHEPHERDS HILL NNC 29/04/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 26 WEEKS
NNC INSPECT ROAD MARKING PROBLEM, TOP LITTLE LANE NNC 25/04/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 6 MONTHS
NNC INSPECT POTHOLE IN HINWICK ROAD NEAR NO. 171 NNC 24.03/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 28 DAYS
NNC INSPECT POTHOLE IN HIGH STREET NEAR. DOC SHOP NNC 24/03/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 26 WEEKS
NNC INSPECT 16 VARIOUS HIGHWAY FAULTS NNC MARCH SOME ROADS DONE
3351866 DAMAGED RAILINGS IN HIGH STREET TJS 28/02/2022 NOW OCT/NOV (15 MONTHS?)
NNC INSPECT POTHOLE/HIGHWAY PROBLEM, LONDON RD. NNC 17/02/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 26 WEEKS
NNC INSPECT POTHOLE/HIGHWAY PROBLEM, NEWTON RD. NNC 17/02/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 26 WEEKS
NNC INSPECT POTHOLES/POOR HIGHWAY CONDITION NNC 15/02/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 26 WEEKS
NNC INSPECT FOOTPATH PROBLEM NNC 08/02/2022 TO FIX WITHIN 26 WEEKS

WOLLASTON/GRENDON CRIME REPORT SEPTEMBER 2022
01/09/2022 – 31/09/2022
DATE TYPE ROAD WHAT HAPPENED
02/09/2022 CRIMINAL DAMAGE ROTTEN ROW SCRATCH TO VEHICLE
02-05/09/2022 BURGLARY BUSINESS DODDINGTON ROAD PERSONS GAIN ENTRY TO OFFICE UNCLEAR IF ANYTHIN TAKEN
01-10/09/2022 THEFT DUCK END THEFT OF MAIL FROM EXTERNAL MAILBOX
05-10/09/2022 THEFT THE MALTINGS THEFT OF MAIL FROM EXTERNAL MAILBOX
15/09/2022 VEHICLE CRIME LONDON ROAD LOCKED AND SEDURE VAN STOLEN
17/09/2022 CRIMINAL DAMAGE QUEENS ROAD CAR SCRATCHED
17/09/2022 THEFT x 2 NEWTON ROAD TWO MALES LEAVE WITHOUT PAYING FOR ITEMS
21-22/09/2022 THEFT WELLINGBOROUGH ROAD ENTRY GAINED THROUGH WORKSHOP WINDOW AND ITEMS REMOVED
23-24/09/2022 BURGLARY BUSINESS HOOKHAMS PARTH ATTEMPT THEFT OF DIESEL AND ATTEMPT ENTRY TO OFFICE
22/09/2022 CRIMINAL DAMAGE LONDON ROAD DAMAGE TO PICNIC TABLES
25/09/2022 THEFT NEWTON ROAD THEFT OF MEAT FROM SHOP