DRAFT Minutes of Virtual Extraordinary Meeting – We 10 June 2020 at 6.30pm

  1. Apologies for Non-participation: Norman Lamb (NL), Stewart Walker (SW), Peter Smith (PS)
    Absent: Sue Blagden (SB)
    Participating:
    Philip Marwood (PM) [Chairman], Alan Mitchell [Vice Chairman], Pauline Durant (PD) [RFO], John Harrison (JH), Ruth Russell (RR), Bruce Skinner (BS) [Clerk]
    Members of the Public: Despite having been invited to participate, no members of the public accepted the invitation.
    n.b. The total available duration for the meeting was constrained by the terms of the Parish Council’s use of Zoom to 40 minutes.
  2. Purpose of Meeting
    a) To discuss and make any observations regarding Listed Building Consent Application 20/00462/LBC & Planning Application 20/00461/HOUSE viz:
    Erection of single storey lean to extension to front (east) elevation to form loggia (revised scheme to refusal 19/00682/HOUSE dated 01.08.2019) at 25 Beckside, Settrington
    Attendees had been requested to familiarise themselves with the Application before the meeting via: https:#planningregister.ryedale.co.uk/caonline-applications/
    b) In order to accommodate the meeting constraints resulting from the current Coronavirus situation, to empower the clerk and/or the RFO as officers of the council to do anything expedient and necessary to ensure the continuous business of the council, and to deal with mandatory undertakings in order to prevent the authority from incurring liability during the period that the delegation is applicable. Where possible, the clerk or RFO will consult with the chairman and/or vice-chairman in the decision making, but it is the officer that is the decision maker.
  3. Outcome
    a)  After discussion, the meeting Resolved that it had no ‘Observations’ to make regarding the Planning Applications 20/00462/LBC & 20/00461/HOUSE, and to advise RDC accordingly
    b) It was Resolved: To empower the clerk and/or the RFO as officers of the council to do anything expedient and necessary to ensure the continuous business of the council, and to deal with mandatory undertakings in order to prevent the authority from incurring liability during the period that the delegation is applicable. Where possible, the clerk or RFO will consult with the chairman and/or vice-chairman in the decision making, but it is the officer that is the decision maker.

With the completion of the Agenda, the meeting closed at approximately 6.45 p.m.