26 April 2016 – Agenda

SUMMONS TO ATTEND A
MEETING OF THAME TOWN COUNCIL

TO: All Members of Thame Town Council

VENUE: Upper Chamber, Thame Town Hall

DATE: Tuesday 26 April 2016

TIME: 7.30 pm (maximum two hours)

Cllrs B Austin, D Bretherton, D Butler, N Champken-Woods, P Cowell,
M Deacock, N Dixon, D Dodds, M Dyer, L Emery, H Fickling, C Jones,
P Lambert, A Midwinter, M Stiles and T Wyse

Graham Hunt
Clerk of the Council

Date: 20 April 2016

 

A G E N D A

 

1 Apologies for Absence

 

2 Declarations of Interest and Dispensations

To notify of any items that appear in the agenda in which there may be an interest that has not been recorded in the Member’s Register of Interest; and confirmation of any relevant dispensations.

 

3 Civic Announcements

To receive the report of the Mayor and any such communications as the Mayor may wish to lay before the Council.

 

4 Public Participation and Public Questions

To consider applications from members of the public to address the Committee (5 minutes maximum), in respect of any item of business included in the agenda. Applications to speak must have been received by the Town Clerk no later than 5pm on the last working day preceding the meeting.

To consider questions from members of the public (who live, work or run a business in the Parish). Written questions must have been received by the Town Clerk no later than 4pm on the last working day preceding the meeting.

 

5 River Thame Conservation Trust

To receive a presentation from the River Thame Conservation Trust.

 

6 P15/S2166/RM – Land West of Thame Park Road, Thame
Amendment No. 2

To consider further amendments to the planning application for Site D, some of which are in response to our previous comments on 2 February 2016, and in particular, to consider the alignment of the proposed riverside path.

 

7 Report from County Councillor N Carter

To receive the report of County Councillor N Carter (5 minutes maximum).

 

8 Reports from South Oxfordshire District Councillors

To receive reports from Cllrs N Champken-Woods, D Dodds and J Matelot Green (Maximum of 5 minutes each).

 

9 Notices of Motion

To consider any motions in the order in which they were notified.

 

10 Members Questions (under Standing Order 11)

A Member may ask the Mayor any questions concerning the business of the Council.

 

11 Minutes

To approve as a correct record the Minutes of the Council Meetings held on 1 March 2016 and 15 March 2016.

 

12 Personnel Committee

To note the minutes and consider any recommendations arising from the meeting on 19 April 2016.

 

13 Policy & Resources Committee

To note the minutes and consider any recommendations arising from the meeting on 19 April 2016.

 

14 Community, Leisure & Recreation Committee

To note the minutes and consider any recommendations arising from the meeting on 12 April 2016.

 

15 Planning & Environment Committee

To note the minutes of the Planning & Environment Committee held on 15 March 2016 and 5 April 2016.

 

16 Annual Town Meeting

To note the minutes of the Annual Town meeting held on 22 March 2016.

 

17 Town Mayor Designate

To appoint the Town Mayor Designate for 2016-17.

 

18 Deputy Town Mayor Designate

To appoint the Deputy Town Mayor Designate for 2016-17.

 

19 Carnival

Further to the discussion on a Town Council float at the Community, Leisure and Recreation Committee, to establish further volunteers to assist with the project.

 

20 Risk Management Policy

To adopt the updated Risk Management Policy.

 

21 Rugby Club Funding

To consider the allocation of s106 funds (subject to further SODC procedure) to Chinnor Rugby Football Club.

 

22 Branding and Website

To receive a verbal update.

 

23 Saturday Surgery

To review the Saturday Surgery trial.

 

24 Freedom Parade – 8 May 2016

To receive a verbal update.

 

25 Church Farm Archaeological Finds

To consider next steps in relation to the Church Farm Archaeological Finds.

 

26 Monitoring of 2 hour On-Street Parking

To consider a proposal that the Car Park Attendants extend their role to include sampled checking of 2 hour on-street parking, to provide evidence for subsequent police action.