Agenda and draft minutes

Local Spending Board - East & West Molesey - Thursday, 12th September, 2019 7.00 pm, NEW

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To Appoint a Chairman for the 2019/20 Municipal Year

Minutes:

The East and West Molesey Local Spending Board appointed S.J. Selleck as  Chairman for the Municipal Year 2019/20.

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Declarations of Interest

All Members present are required to declare, at this point in the meeting or as soon as possible thereafter

 

(i) any disclosable pecuniary interests and / or

(ii) other interests arising under the Code of Conduct

 

in respect of any item(s) of business being considered at this meeting.

Minutes:

In respect of the bid submitted by Mole Hall Community Trust, whilst not a disclosable pecuniary interest or any other interest under the Code of Conduct, M. Axton wished that it be noted that the Molesey Residents’ Association had contributed towards the initial funding for this project.

 

In respect of the bid submitted by St Paul’s Church, whilst not a disclosable pecuniary interest or any other interest under the Code of Conduct,             S.J. Selleck wished that it be noted that he was acquainted with several trustees of St Paul’s Church.

 

 

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Minutes of the Meeting held on 19 March 2018 pdf icon PDF 118 KB

Minutes:

The Minutes of the meeting of the East and West Local Spending Board held on 19 March 2018 were agreed as a correct record and signed by the Chairman.

Matters of Report

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2019-20 Local Spending Applications for the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Funds for East and West Molesey pdf icon PDF 83 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The East and West Molesey Local Spending Board considered a report that summarised the four applications received by the Council which sought Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) funds: 

 

·         Hurst Park Primary School, which was seeking £12,500. The application was in respect of funding for the installation of an outdoor shelter facility.

 

·         Mole Hall Community Trust, which was seeking £1,320. The application was in respect of funding for the upgrade of clock controllers located across Molesey.

 

·         St Paul’s Church, which was seeking £4,000. The application was in respect of funding towards the repair to the Church’s perimeter wall.

 

·         Patient Participant Group, which was seeking £1,680. The application was in respect of funding for an upgraded portable defibrillator.

 

Members noted that the legislation stated that the funds must be allocated to projects that met the following criteria:

 

·         the provision, improvement, replacement, operation or maintenance of infrastructure; or

 

·         anything else that was concerned with addressing the demands that development placed on an area.

 

Applicants had been invited to the meeting to present their respective application.

 

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Hurst Park Primary School - Outdoor Sail pdf icon PDF 185 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The East and West Molesey Local Spending Board welcomed Ms. J. Jenkins, representative of Hurst Park Primary School to the meeting. Ms. Jenkins presented the application and provided Members with background information in respect of funding for a new outdoor shelter facility.

 

In response to a question, regarding whether the school had approached Surrey County Council (SCC) for funding, Ms. Jenkins informed the Board, that as with previous applications, there had been difficulties receiving funding from SCC and expectations had not been met.

 

Members were supportive of the application and on consideration of the application, the Local Spending Board

 

Resolved that £12,500 be awarded to Hurst Park Primary School, in respect of funding for a new outdoor shelter facility.

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Mole Hall Community Trust - Clock Controllers pdf icon PDF 192 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

As there were no representatives present for the application, the Chairman provided Members with background information in respect of funding for the upgrade of three existing clocks located in Molesey.

 

Members were of the view that the application was in line with the criteria of CIL funding, that the clocks had been a public amenity for over the last 17 years and were now considered part of the local scenery in Molesey.

 

Members were supportive of the application and on consideration of the application, the Local Spending Board

 

Resolved that £1,320 be awarded to Mole Hall Community Trust, in respect of funding for new electronic clock controller mechanisms for three existing external public clocks at Central Avenue, Walton Road and Creek Road, Molesey.

4/19(c)

St Paul's Church - Perimeter Wall Repair pdf icon PDF 93 KB

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Minutes:

The East and West Molesey Local Spending Board welcomed Mr. P. Aron and Mr. D. Lanaway, representatives of St Paul’s Church to the meeting. Mr. Lanaway provided Members with background information in respect of funding for repairing the Church’s perimeter wall.

 

Mr. Aron explained that the Church was a community building and was used on a regular basis by a various number of groups including resident groups, Molesey Guides and that the Molesey History Society and it was in everyone’s interest to maintain and preserve the Church and perimeter wall.

 

Members were supportive of the application and on consideration of the application, the Local Spending Board

 

Resolved that £4,000 be awarded to St Paul’s Church, in respect of funding for repairing the Church’s perimeter wall.

 

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Patient Participation Group - Defibrillator pdf icon PDF 342 KB

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Minutes:

The East and West Molesey Local Spending Board welcomed Mr. F. Morozgalski and Mrs. V. Young, representatives of the Patient Participant Group to the meeting. Mr. Morozgalski presented the application and provided Members with background information in respect of funding for procuring a defibrillator for the Vine Medical Centre, Molesey.

 

Mrs. Young explained to the Local Spending Board that along with the Vine Medical Centre, that the local community would also benefit from having a defibrillator as the model requested could be used outside the premises in the street/local area. Members asked the applicant to explore the possibility of the defibrillator being placed outside the surgery so that it could be accessed outside of surgery hours.

 

Members were supportive of the application and on consideration of the application, the Local Spending Board

 

Resolved that £1,680 be awarded to the Patient Participant Group in respect of funding for a new defibrillator for the Vine Medical Centre Practice in Molesey.