St Mabyn Village News

News from the village of St.Mabyn in North Cornwall...

Wednesday, July 30, 2008


Notes from the agreed Minutes of the Meeting of St Mabyn Parish Council Tuesday, 3rd June 2008
7 Cllrs attended the meeting. Charlotte Barry was co-opted on to the Parish Council and Cllr K Brown was elected as Vice Chairman for the forthcoming year.
Chapel Field, St Mabyn: The Chairman made some enquiries, following reports of human waste being spread onto the land at Chapel field, these proved to be erroneous.
Planning Applications / Planning Matters:
The Walled garden, Tredethy, Hellandbridge –
Erection of 11 No holiday cottages. No Objections / Support and repeat previous comments for this site, as returned with Application No. 2008/00074, that the Parish Council considered the height of the wall should be further reduced and the new proposed entrance was too close to the main road junction.
Goosey Cottage, Becoven Farm, St Mabyn –
Installation of two sets of solar water heating panels together with installation of a twin stainless steel flue for pellet fired room heater / water heater. No Objections / Support.
Planning Decisions received from North Cornwall District Council:
2008/00513 Mr & Mrs P Wilson, Little Trevisquite, – Alteration and extension – Approved.
2008/00536 Mr & Mrs Flynn, Trelinden, Rectory Lane – Erection of extension – Approved.
Planning Matters:
Site Meeting for 2008/00183 Midas Homes Limited, land between Chapel Lane and Chestnut Drive, St Mabyn – Erection of 35 dwellings. Councillors who attended the site meeting on Thursday, 29th May 2008 reported on issues raised. The main concern was the entrance to the proposed site and the intention of Midas to reduce the width of the existing carriageway in this area of the village, and the removal of the hedgerow and trees.
CCC Local Maintenance Project 2008/2009: Matters relating to the footpath from the lay-by at Longstone to Menkee were reported. A handrail has been suggested.
Parish Seats: The refurbishment of the seat at Highates had been completed.
The seat at Greenwix had been cleaned and was to be re-coated. The concrete base had also been cleared of moss etc. The seat in the Burial Ground requires cleaning.
A resident on Wadebridge Road continues to report damage to their hedge by farm vehicles - an ongoing problem each year.
Date of next Meeting: Tuesday, 5th August 2008


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