Dave Amies – Chairman – The Post Office , Ryhall
Adrian Gombault – Vice Chairman – Elm Tree Cottage, Belmesthorpe
David Wilby – County Councillor – Orchard House Essendine Road, Ryhall Stamford PE9 4HE email@example.com
CLERK : Sarah Gresty, Tar Cottage, Ryhall Heath, Ryhall PE9 4EF 077189 00848 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryhall Parish Council Website www.ryhallparishcouncil.co.uk
JunNotes from Minutes of the Ryhall Parish Council Meeting held at Ryhall
Village Hall on Monday 20th June 2022 .
A full copy can be found on the website.
Tree Warden. Angela Glover, the Climate Change Representative, had agreed to do visual inspections on trees on a regular basis.
Allotment Representative will remain as Cllr Nick Bellairs
RCC Community-led Good Neighbours Schemes. Information Presentation by Paul Dunn, RCC Transport Inspector Action: Paul Dunn to provide more information on set-up requirements and RPC to canvass need in the parish.
Mallard Pass Solar Farm Sue Holloway gave the meeting an update. Residents were urged not to send in comments using the MPSF feedback forms but to use email and copy in County Councillors David Wilby and Rick Wilson, leader of RCC Cllr. Lucy Stephenson, Alicia Kearns MP and the Action Group. Details available on the Action Group website.
Ryhall Meadows Playing Fields Jo Gresty, Chairman of Meadows Playing Field Management Association, outlined the proposed revision of the charity’s constitution and update of the Charity’s relationship with Ryhall Parish Council.
Resolution Proposal by Cllr. Bellairs: The Charity trustees to update the charity’s and enter into a clear, sustainable and legally unambiguous agreement with RPC for the future funding and management of the playing fields. Seconded Cllr Nebel, Cllr Davis abstained, remaining unanimous in favour -RESOLVED.
Resolution Proposal by Cllr. Bellairs To appoint a solicitor to draw up a Lease the costs of which would be the responsibility of RPC as land owner. Seconded Cllr. Rolfe and unanimous in favour – RESOLVED.
RCC Corporate Strategy 2022-27 and 5 Year Housing supply – Cllr.
Nebel wanted to alert the Parish council to the assessment of Rutland’s housing supply as of 31 March 2022 which has been completed and shows that the supply is 4.1 years. Details can be found here: www.rutland.gov.uk/my-services/planning-and-building-control/planning/the-local-plan/housing-supply.
While this is an improvement on the position of 30 September 2021, the County Council is still unable to demonstrate a robust five-year supply of housing as required in national policy.
Consequently, decisions on planning applications involving the provision of housing will be tilted in favour of sustainable development, in accordance with Paragraph 11 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). This means that planning permission should be granted unless any adverse impacts of doing so would significantly and demonstrably outweigh the benefits, when assessed against the policies in the NPPF taken as a whole.
Dates of Meetings for 2022 commencing at 19:00 held in Ryhall Village Hall unless otherwise stated 25 Jul, 19 Sept, Oct TBC, 21 Nov.
2023: 16 Jan, 20 Feb, 20 Mar, 17 Apr (Annual Parish), 15 May, 26 Jun, 17 July