The next meeting of Crewkerne Town Council, to be held with remote viewing on Zoom at 6.45 pm on Monday June 29th, contains a full agenda. Main points on the agenda include Item 7b) In respect of planning reference 18/01737/OUT, land south of Kit Hill, to discuss the appeal decision and to see if there any grounds to challenge it. Crewkerne Town Council have been opposed to the housing development of up to 150 dwellings on the arable land, since the beginning, stating that the application for outline planning permission, was not acceptable in its current form.
Town councillors will also discuss maintenance of the George Reynolds Centre, Covid-19 risk assessments – to consider under what conditions, the town hall ground floor and public toilets in Falkland Square could be reopened, and how to deploy the covid safety signage, provided by South Somerset District Council in the ‘opening the high street safely initiative.’
The council meeting will also include many other items of interest and reports from the county and district councillors, town clerk, youth service and correspondence to consider a request for a mountain biking area, additional benches at the Henhayes recreation ground and two letters of objection received regarding the planned community orchard at Barn Street recreation ground. The full agenda for the meeting can be viewed on the town council’s website. Anyone who would like to attend the meeting or speak in the Open Forum, is asked to please email email@example.com