Crewkerne Town Council meetings are continuing to be held remotely on Zoom, with the next one scheduled for 6.45 pm on Monday July 13th. The Planning and Highways Committee will consider new planning applications: 20/01714/HOU – Removal of existing boundary wall and erection of replacement close boarded fence at 56 Winyards View, note an application to carry out tree surgery works for two trees at 11 Aspen Way and the Appeal Reference APP/R3325/D/20/3250567 in respect of application 19/03158/HOU; 65 South Street.
Councillors will also receive the Clerk’s update report, Matters of Report and the following planning decision notices from South Somerset District Council;
20/01483/TCA Old Bincombe Poples Well Crewkerne Somerset TA18 7ES Notification of intent to fell No 1 Tree within a Conservation Area, Decided.
20/01084/HOU 3 Sycamore Drive Crewkerne TA18 7BT Erection of a single storey flat roof garden room extension, Approved.
20/01041/LBC 37 Court Barton Crewkerne TA18 7HP Listed Building consent for the installation of a new extract ventilation to kitchen and bathroom and breathable plaster isolation system to damp walls (varying heights) Approved. 20/01016/TCA Bincombe Orchard Poples Well Crewkerne Somerset TA18 7ES Notification of intent to carry out tree surgery works to No 3 trees within a Conservation Area, Decided.
20/00856/FUL 24 Abbey Street Crewkerne TA18 7HY 20/00857/LBC Change of use from D1 primary school to C3 residential. Associated repair and renovation works and erection of an orangery to the rear elevation, Approved. 20/00430/OUT Land South Of Cloudshill Hewish Lane Crewkerne Somerset Outline application with all matters reserved save for access for the erection of 2No. dwellings & associated garages and new vehicular and pedestrian access, Approved.
Councillors will reconvene as Full Council after the planning and highways meeting. Items on the Agenda, include GRC air conditioning, MTIG Capital Priority Projects and SSDC Community Grant funding priorities, Christmas lighting up night and Christmas market and Barn Street Recreation Ground with a report from Cllr. Charles Aslett on the current ineffectiveness of the ‘no dogs’ policy and consideration of options to make the policy more effective. Members of the public who wish to attend the council meetings are kindly requested to contact the Town Council office on 01460 74001 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org when they will be given joining details.