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An Agenda for the next Meeting of the Parish Council to be held on 4th March 2019 is set out below.


A Meeting of Burnham Without Parish Council will be held at Watchfield Village Hall, Watchfield on Monday, 4th March 2019 at 7.00 p.m.

(Members of the public wishing to raise any matter under the heading “Opportunity for Public Participation” may do so between 7.00 p.m. and 7.15 p.m.)


1. Apologies

2. Disclosures of Interest.

3. Minutes of the Meeting of the Council held on 21st January 2019 to be presented and signed (previously circulated)

4.  Planning applications a) - to consider 12/19/00002 – Change of use of agricultural barn to B8 use for storage of bagged salt, Elm Tree Farm, Bristol Road, Edithmead – E. Withers (if received by date of meeting) together with any new applications received by the date of the Meeting.

b) To note that the District Council granted planning permission for the following application since the last Meeting

12/18/00015 - Formation of 10 hardstanding pitches for touring caravans to be used all year round, Green Acre Caravan Park, Bristol Road, Edithmead – M. Johnson.

5. Financial Issues – a) Authorisation for payment; b) Changes to the Burnham Joint Burial Board Committee – see report.

6. Watchfield Village Hall – to receive any update on the proposed redevelopment scheme.

7. Highways – a) Rights of Way; b) Highway maintenance issues; c) Barrier, end of Edithmead Lane; d) shared SID scheme; e) refurbishment of fingerpost signs; f) Poples Bow – damaged bank; g) A38 Reflective bollards; h) any other highways matter.

8. Bus Service 67 – to consider any update since the last Meeting.

9. Meetings – to consider any feedback from other meetings since 22nd January 2019.

10. Date and time of next Ordinary Meeting – xx May 2019

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 Clerk of the Council

25th February 2019                                                                01278 789859


The Press and Public are welcome to attend this Meeting

Members are reminded that the Council has a general duty to consider the following matters in the exercise of any of its functions: Equal Opportunities (race, gender, sexual orientation, marital status and any disability), Crime and Disorder, Health and Safety and Human Rights.