Agenda and draft minutes

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Contact: Democratic Services Officer 

Items
No. Item

P1

Apologies for absence

To consider apologies and reasons for absence.

 

Committee Members who are unable to attend the meeting should notify the Democratic Services Officer (nicky.cayley@witney-tc.gov.uk) prior to the meeting, stating the reason for absence.

 

Standing Order 309a)(v) permits the appointment of substitute Councillors to a Committee whose  ...  view the full agenda text for item P1

Minutes:

An apology for her absence was received from Cllr Gwatkin.

 

P2

Declarations of Interest

Members are reminded to declare any disclosable pecuniary interests in any of the items under consideration at this meeting in accordance with the Town Council’s code of conduct.

 

 

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest in matters to be discussed at the meeting.

 

P3

Public Participation

The meeting will adjourn for this item.

 

Members of the public may speak for a maximum of five minutes each during the period of public participation, in line with Standing Order 42.  Matters raised shall relate to the following items on the agenda.

 

 

Minutes:

There were no members of the public present.

 

P4

Planning Applications pdf icon PDF 9 KB

To receive and consider a schedule of Planning Applications from West Oxfordshire District Council.

 

Minutes:

The Committee received and considered a schedule of planning applications received from West Oxfordshire District Council.

 

RESOLVED:          that the comments, as per the attached schedule, be forwarded to West Oxfordshire District Council.

 

P5

Appeal Decision - Appeal Ref: APP/D3125/X/20/3257288, Birdlip Close, Witney OX28 5GE pdf icon PDF 230 KB

To receive and consider notification of an appeal decision for 4 Birdlip Close, Witney.

Minutes:

The Committee received an appeal decision for 4 Birdlip Close on the erection of a fence.  Members were interested that in fact the appeal appeared to have been upheld on a technicality.  Officer advised that this should be noted as such applications were becoming more frequent and there was a  ...  view the full minutes text for item P5