Full Council Meeting 17 Jan 2023 19:30 - 22:00 at Village Hall The Teams meeting link is available within the meeting agenda at Parish Council Meeting Agenda (eynsham-pc.gov.uk) To receive apologies for absence. To receive Declarations of Interest in agenda items - To receive any disclosable declarations of interest from Members in relation to any items to be considered at the meeting in accordance with the Council’s Code of Conduct. Minutes To approve and sign as a true record the minutes of the Full Council meeting of 20 December 2022. To approve and sign as a true record the minutes of the Traffic Working Group of 20 December 2022 and consider the recommendations contained therein. To approve and sign as a true record the minutes of the Planning Committee of 13 December 2022 and note the delegated decisions contained therein. Public Participation - To receive submissions from members of the public for a period of 15 minutes. Members of the public may make representations on any matters, for no more than 5 minutes each in accordance with Standing Orders para 3. The meeting will adjourn for this item. To receive an update report from Eynsham’s West Oxfordshire District Councillors and Oxfordshire County Councillor - To receive a short verbal update from Eynsham’s District and County Councillors. The meeting will adjourn for this item. Finance To approve payment of accounts.2023-01-17_6a_Payment of Accounts To approve bank reconciliation. To review the income and expenditure for the year to date. 2023-01-17_6c_Detailed Income & Expenditure Dec2022 2023-01-17_6c_Summary Income & Expenditure Dec2022 I.T. To receive an update on laptop requirements. To consider a quote by Cloudy I.T. for replacement laptops, improved internet connection and agree actions. Planning To consider the following planning applications:- 22/03325/FUL - All Views, 67 Old Witney Road - Demolition of existing outbuildings - Erection of Two Bedroom Chalet Bungalow with off street parking. R3.0164/22 - Land West of Cuckoo lane and adjacent to the A40, Eynsham - Details pursuant to condition 36 (Lighting Details) of planning permission 19/01095/ADJ and 19/01725/CC3REG (R3.0057/19) 22/03289/FUL - Twelve Acre Farm - Erection of an equine wash bay and replacement stable block. 22/03484/OUT - Land West of Derrymerrye Farm Old Witney Road - Outline planning application (with all matters reserved) for residential development of up to 180 dwellings together with open space, landscaping, parking and all associated infrastructure and engineering works. To review the planning applications log and note recent decisions. To receive an update on the West Eynsham Strategic Development Area (SDA). Consider a draft response to the West Eynsham SDA Masterplan Addendum and agree actions. To resolve to pursue a new Burial Ground in West Eynsham SDA, write to landowners and agree actions. To review the Master Project List and Dashboard Report - To receive reports from Councillors representing the Council on outside bodies/meetings. To receive short verbal updates from Councillors who were assigned as representatives on outside bodies/meetings at the previous Annual Parish Council Meeting. To note the dates of the next Parish Council meetings (all at 7.30pm in the Village Hall unless otherwise indicated):- Amenities & Estates Committee meeting – 24 January 2023 Traffic Working Group meeting – 31 January 2023, 6.45pm Planning Committee meeting – 31 January 2023 Amenities & Estates Committee meeting – 14 February 2023 Full Council meeting – 21 February 2023 EXCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC AND PRESS: At the conclusion of this part of the agenda, the Chair will move that, considering the confidential nature of the business to be discussed, the public, press and broadcast media be excluded for the remainder of the meeting in accordance with the Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960. Bartholomew Lease To receive the Clerk’s report to the Council. To resolve that the disposal of land transaction complies with the Local Government Act 1972 s127 and the Local Government Act 1972: General Disposal Consent (England) 2003 that:- the local authority considers that the purpose for which the land is to be disposed is likely to contribute to the achievement of the promotion or improvement of social well-being; and the difference between the unrestricted value of the land to be disposed of and the consideration for the disposal does not exceed £2,000,000.