Everleigh Parish Council – Agenda 14th March 2023


Parish Council Meeting
Dear Sir/Madam

I hereby give you notice that a Council Meeting of the above named Parish Council will be held in Collingbourne Ducis Village Hall at 7.00pm on 14 March 2023.

All members of the Council are hereby summoned to attend for the purpose of considering and resolving upon the business to be transacted at the meeting as set out hereunder.

Members of the Public who wish to ask questions regarding items on the agenda are to notify the Clerk in writing at philip.gill101@ntlworld.com at least 48 hours before the meeting. Moreover, it would be appreciated if attendees could notify the Clerk of their attendance to philip.gill101@ntlworld.com at least 48 hours before the meeting.

Dated this 7 March 2023

Signed: Philip Gill


  1. Chairman’s Announcements. To note
  2. To Record any Apologies for Absence.
  3. Declaration of Interest in Items on the Agenda and Granting of Dispensations. To receive any Declarations of Interest on any agenda item to be discussed and to consider dispensation requests.
  4. Co-option. To consider co-option applications as received.
  5. Minutes of Previous Meetings.
    5.1 To confirm and sign the minutes of the Meeting of the Parish Council Meeting held on 13 December 2022.
    5.2 Matters Arising. To consider any matters arising.
  6. General Public. To take questions.
  7. Wilts Cllr Report. To consider report from Wilts County Cllr
  8. Police Report. To consider report and to note that PC Howard Oakley is now covering our area (Ludgershall & Rural).
  9. Correspondence. To consider as received.
  10. Forecast of Events. To review Forecast of Events for 2023. Lead: Cllr Bottomley
  11. Planning
    11.1 To consider the Planning Applications as received from Wilts Council.
    11.1.1 PL/2022/02731. Full planning permission for change of use of existing agricultural barns to B8 / E(g)(iii), retention of existing building for use as covered cycle/car parking; associated additional parking; turning; landscaping and the repositioning of access Lower House Farm, Everleigh, Wilts, SN8 3EU. Review Wilts Council Decision Notice issued on 6 July 2022. Lead: Cllr Bottomley.
  12. Property. To receive a report and consider any necessary action.
    12.1 Grass Cutting. To receive update. Lead: Cllr K Wheeler-Mallows
    12.2 Play Area.
    12.2.1 To receive update and plan for Playground Work Party Sat 15 Apr. Lead: Cllr Earle
    12.2.2 To receive and consider Annual RoSPA Report. Lead: Cllr Earle.
    12.3 Street Scene Minor Works. To receive update. Lead: Cllr K Wheeler-Mallows.
  13. Finance:
    13.1 To receive Current Liquidity statement and bank reconciliation.
    13.2 To authorise cheques for payment and those cheques issued since last meeting.
    13.2.1 Bank Tfr H Waight (To replace cancelled cheque 764) £75.00.
    13.2.2 Bank Tfr Landmarc (Play Area Rent 20 Feb 23.) £45.00
    13.2.3 767 P Gill Clerk’s Sal & Exps Jan-Mar 23) £376.71
    13.2.4 768 HMRC (Clerk’s PAYE Jan- Mar 23) £94.00
    13.3 To note payments received
    13.3.1 Nil
    13.4 . Future Projects – Everleigh Enhancement. To receive updates on the status of the projects below:
    13.4.1 Flower Planters. Cllr Earle had previously reported that the annual plants had been lifted and that the spring bulbs had been planted.
    Action: Cllr Earle.
    13.4.2 Future Aspirations. Lead: Cllr Bottomley

14 Village Events.
14.1 Litter Pick Sat 11 Mar 23. To receive post event update. Lead: Cllr Bottomley
14.2 King’s Coronation Sat 6 May 23. To receive event update. Lead: Cllr Bottomley.

15 Highways. To consider maintenance requests for raising to Highway Footway Improvement Groups (LHFIG’s).
15.1 Everleigh Footpath 8. To receive Update. Lead: Cllr Bottomley.
15.2 Everleigh Footpath 15. To review the situation. Lead: Cllr Bottomley.

16 Date of Future Meetings. To confirm the date of the next meeting as 7.00 pm on Tuesday 16 May 2023 at Collingbourne Ducis Village Hall.

Note: Members are reminded that the Council has a general duty to consider the following matters in the exercise of any of its functions: Crime & Disorder, Equal Opportunities (race, gender, sexual orientation, marital status and any disability), Freedom of Information, Health & Safety and Human Rights.