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Agenda

Venue: Durrington Village Hall, High Street, Durrington, Wiltshire, SP4 8AD

Contact: Tara Shannon  Democratic Services Officer

Items
Note No. Item

6.00pm

1.

Election of Chair 2019/2020

To elect a new Chair for 2019/2020.

 

Supporting documents:

2.

Election of Vice Chair for 2019/2020

To elect a Vice-Chair for 2019/2020.

 

6.05pm

3.

Welcome and Introductions

To welcome those present to the meeting.

 

4.

Apologies for Absence

To receive any apologies for absence.

 

5.

Minutes

To approve and sign as a correct record the minutes of the meetings held on 21 March 2019.

 

Supporting documents:

6.

Declarations of Interest

To receive any declarations of disclosable interests or dispensations granted by the Standards Committee.

6.10pm

7.

Appointments to Outside Bodies and Working Groups 2019/2020

To consider the Area Board representatives to Outside Bodies and Memberships of Working Groups as detailed in the attached reports.

 

To appoint representatives to the following Outside Bodies for 2019/2020:

 

·         Amesbury LYN

·         Amesbury Safe Places and Dementia Action Alliance

o   These now fall under the remit of the Health and Wellbeing Group

·         Amesbury Tenants Panel

o   This now falls under the remit of the Health and Wellbeing Group

·         Stonehenge World Heritage Site Steering Group

 

To appoint representatives to the following Working Groups for 2019/2020:

 

·         Amesbury Community Area Transport Group (CATG)

·         LYN Management Group

·         Amesbury Health and Wellbeing Group

 

To confirm the H&WBG funding allocated for the Older Person’s Champion (£1000) could be used to fund other activities and events that the H&WB group find to be important to them.

 

 

Supporting documents:

6.15pm

8.

Chairman's Announcements

To receive the following announcements through the Chairman (written briefing notes are available in the full agenda pack, or online):

 

·         Winter Weather preparations

Wiltshire Council will once again be running the Parish Emergency Assistance Scheme (PEAS) which gives local Town and Parish Councils the opportunity to get hold of vital kit which can be used during adverse weather events. The application form is now available from weather.team@wiltshire.gov.uk. We kindly ask that any requests for equipment are made by the end of August 2019.

 

The weather team can help you develop plans and also help with the provision of certain items to help make parishes more resilient when extreme weather arrives.

 

·         Healthier communities

A new project by Wiltshire Council to help residents on a low income improve their health by becoming more active was launched in May.

 

Wiltshire Council’s Healthier Communities project will target ten areas across Calne, Chippenham, Salisbury, Trowbridge and Melksham and will provide estate-based sport and physical activity opportunities to residents living in identified locations. Residents from each community will be invited to take part and shape future provision.

 

·         Highways improvements and traffic survey requests

Wiltshire Council is changing the way highway improvements and traffic surveys are requested by members of the public and through Town and Parish Councils. The current process requires updating to improve the customer experience and to reduce the steps involved. The proposed new system will foster a closer working relationship with town and parish councils, whilst providing a better and more informed experience for members of the public.

 

Details and links can be found in the attached agenda report.

 

·         Global Warming and Climate Change Emergency Task Group

Cllr Graham Wright to update the meeting on the above task group.

 

 

Supporting documents:

6.25pm

9.

Updates from Partners and Town/Parish Councils

To receive updates from the Town and Parish Council Representatives, and from other partner organisations.

 

·         Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

o   Deputy PCC Jerry Herbert

·         Police

o   Inspector Liz Coles – Wiltshire Police

o   Military Defence Police

·         Fire and Rescue Service

·         Town and Parish Councils

o   Shrewton Parish Council – written report attached

·         Lovells – SFA and Army Rebasing

·         MOD

·         NHS Wiltshire CCG

·         HealthWatch Wiltshire

 

Supporting documents:

6.45pm

10.

Welcome to Durrington!

To receive a presentation from Cllr J P Todd, Chair of Durrington Town Council.

 

 

6.55pm

11.

Boundary Review Update

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has decided to hold a period of further limited consultation prior to publication of its final recommendations. Their proposals involve revised divisions in South and South East Wiltshire. To view the revised divisions or to have your say please visit: https://consultation.lgbce.org.uk/node/14518/. The consultation closes on 29 July 2019.

 

To receive an update on the above from Cllr Richard Clewer.

 

 

7.05pm

12.

Safe and Well

To receive a presentation from Natasha Campbell-Bell, Safe & Well Advisor, Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and rescue Service.

 

7.15pm

13.

Health & Wellbeing Group

·         To receive an update from Jacqui Abbott, CEM, on the success of Beat the Street.

 

·         Update on the Provision of Doctors in the Amesbury Area:

o   To receive an update from Tracey Strachan,  Deputy Director of Primary Care for the CCG.

 

·         To receive an update from Cllr Graham Wright on the Amesbury Health and Wellbeing Group.

 

The notes of the last Health and Wellbeing Group are attached for information.

 

·         To consider the following applications for Health and Wellbeing funding:

 

o   Celebrating Age Wiltshire, £1500.

o   Jan Tidd - Farley’s Malone, £3000.

 

Supporting documents:

7.40pm

14.

Community Area Grants

a)    Overview and Criteria

b)   Previous Grants Awarded

c)    Applications:

 

To determine the applications for Community Area Grant funding:

 

·         Berwick St James Chairman, £1306.00, towards a Berwick St James Shipping Container Storage Facility.

·         God Unlimited, £5000.00, towards the expansion of Outdoor Therapy Services 2020

·         Buzz Action Foundation, £1000.00, towards Roadshow Equipment.

·         Assuon Foundation Trust, £965.00, towards the Amesbury Area Cultural Diversity Education Programme.

 

To note the following applications, already awarded under delegated powers:

 

·         Figheldean Village Community Events, £967.22, towards Figheldean Fun Day.

·         Langford Parish Hall, £5000.00, improvements to fire escape and main entrance access.

 

Supporting documents:

8.00pm

15.

Local Youth Network Update and Youth Activities Grant Applications

To receive any updates from the Local Youth Network.

 

To consider the following applications for youth grant funding:

 

·         The Newbourne Players, £750 towards The Newbourne Players Youth Group.

 

To note the following application, already awarded under delegated powers:

 

·         Cllr Led Initiative, Cllr Darren Henry, £1,200.00 towards Amesbury Local Youth Network Co-ordination and Events.

 

 

Supporting documents:

8.10pm

16.

Update from the Community Area Transport Group (CATG)

To consider an update and recommendations from the Community Area Transport Group (CATG) in relation to the funding available towards Local Transport Projects.

 

The Minutes of the latest CATG meeting will be published as a supplement when available.

 

 

Supporting documents:

17.

Urgent items

Any other items of business which the Chairman agrees to consider as a matter of urgency.

8.20pm

18.

Future Meeting Dates, Evaluation and Close

The next meeting of the Amesbury Area Board will be held on Thursday 12 September 2019, 7.00pm at Amesbury Library, Smithfield St, Amesbury, Salisbury SP4 7AL.

 

 

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