Agenda – full council July 2017

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The July meeting of Cinderford Town Council will be held at The Council Chamber, Cinderford, on Tuesday 11th July 2017, commencing at 7 p.m. The business will be as listed below.

  1. To receive apologies for absence.
  2. Declarations of Interest – to receive any declarations of interest in any matter to be discussed at the meeting.  Members and Officers are requested to identify the nature of the interest.
  3. Public Participation Session – To provide the opportunity for Members of the Public to raise questions or comment on items on the Agenda. (This session is limited to 15 minutes, with a maximum of 3 minutes per person).
  4. Louise John – Regeneration Update.
  5. To confirm the Minutes of the Meeting held on Tuesday, 13th June 2017 (copies herewith).
  6. Any Urgent Business (at the discretion of the Chairman)
  7. GCC – development of former St. Whites School site.
  8. GCC – Road Closure – A48 Minsterworth – 11th – 23rd September (Nights).
  9. Cinderford YMCA – Request for donation.
  10. Cllr Witham – Vacant shops/Town promotion.
  11. GAPTC – AGM and Annual Report.
  12. To agree date for Belle Vue/Finance and Playing Fields Meetings.
  13. Correspondence.
  14. Members Reports (to be submitted electronically to the Clerk for attachment to produced Minutes).
  15. Planning Applications (see attached).
  16. Accounts for Payment.
  17. Date of Meeting – Tuesday 12th September 2017. (August – recess).

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

2 replies on “Agenda – full council July 2017”

  • Why is the council discussing development of St Whites school when it
    comes under the remit of Ruspidge & Soudley parish council?

    William acland
    • Hi William, Gloucestershire County Council has written to both councils. Previously Cllr Morgan has arranged a meeting for both councils and County officers asking them to make consideration for the complaints we’ve both received in the past. We presume County wants both councils to be involved in the consultation as it is right on the border and affects residents in both areas.

      Chris Witham Administrator

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