Parish Council Meeting
Public viewing – the meeting will be streamed live on the Parish Council’s Facebook page: @ycmparishcouncil
In view of the on -going restrictions because of the Covid-19 anyone who attends in person will be expected to follow strict public health advice, details of which are set out below.
- Apologies for Absence
- Declaration of Interest
- Public Question Time (30 minutes)
(Anyone who wants to ask a question during the public question time session should contact the Parish Clerk by 12 noon on Tuesday 14 December 2021.)
- Community Speed Watch Update
- Reports from Borough and County Councillors
- Update on HS2 – Update on the work of the Stone Rail Head Crisis Group
- Minutes of the meeting held on 11 November 2021 – To approve the draft minutes (as previously circulated) and to consider any matters arising not covered elsewhere on the agenda.
- Action Plan – to agree the Council’s plan for 2022/23
- Community Action Group – minutes of the meeting held on 19 October 2021
- Play Inspection report
- Queen’s Jubilee – update on plans the next year’s celebration events
- Parish Clerk’s report:
- Budget – update and schedule of payments
- Update on actions taken
- Neighbourhood Plan – update on actions taken and to agree next steps
- Updates from Parish Councillors
- Planning – to consider any planning applications in the parish
- Date and time of next meeting
Public health advice when attending parish council meetings
- Anyone coming to a parish council meeting must have a lateral flow test, which must report a negative result.
- It is recommended that anyone coming to a parish council meeting has had at least two Covid-19 vaccinations
- Face masks must be worn when moving around the conference centre but can be removed when seated in the meeting.
- Social distancing must be maintained when in the conference centre; the room in which the meeting will be held will allow for seating that is in line with social distancing rules.
- Hand sanitiser will be available at the entrance of the conference centre and should be used on entering the building.