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Agenda

Venue: Antrobus House, 39 Salisbury Road, Amesbury, SP4 7HH

Contact: Tara Shannon  Democratic Services Officer

Items
Note No. Item

6.30pm

1.

Refreshments, Networking and Information

Time to view displays, stands and information on the climate emergency.

 

7.00pm

2.

Welcome and Introductions

To welcome those present to the meeting.

 

7.05pm

3.

Chairman's Announcements

·         New Fly-Tipping Campaign – We’re Targeting Fly Tippers

The new We're Targeting Fly-tippers (WTF) campaign aims to combat the scourge of fly-tipping by offering residents a reward of up to £200 in high street vouchers if they report information that leads to the successful prosecution of an offender or the payment of a Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN). Email peter.white@wiltshire.gov.uk with as many details as possible to report fly-tipping.

·         British Telecom Proposed Payphones Removal Consultation

The council has received notification from BT regarding consultation on its current programme of proposed public payphone removals. BT propose to remove payphones with low usage levels following a full consultation. Wiltshire Council will also carry out a consultation. Responses received by 14 January 2020 will be included in our return to BT. Please see the agenda report for full details and email Mary Moore, Economic Development and Planning, on mary.moore@wiltshire.gov.uk  to comment.

·         Community Governance Review

Wiltshire Council are undertaking a Community Governance Review, which is a process to provide the opportunity to review and make changes to governance arrangements to town and parish councils. For further information and to comment please go to http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/council-democracy-cgr.

·         Wiltshire Green Pledge

Earlier this year Wiltshire Council pledged to be carbon neutral by 2030, and its councillors have agreed to seek to make the county of Wiltshire carbon neutral by 2030.

To help with this, The Green Pledge has been launched which is asking people to commit to making small changes that can have a big positive impact on the environment.

Please go to http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/green-economy-climate-emergency to make a pledge.

 

 

Supporting documents:

7.10pm

4.

The Climate Emergency and Wiltshire Council

To receive a presentation from Cllr Richard Clewer on the Climate Emergency and Wiltshire Council.

 

7.25pm

5.

"Put Your Cards on the Table" Climate Emergency Workshop

“Put Your Cards on the Table” Climate Emergency Workshop with presentation from Cllr Graham Wright (Chair, Global Warming and Climate Emergency Task Group) and Bill Jarvis (Extinction Rebellion).

 

8.15pm

6.

Close of Workshop

To close the Climate Change workshop and open area board business as usual session.

 

7.

Apologies for Absence

To receive any apologies for absence.

 

8.

Minutes

To approve and sign as a correct record the minutes of the meetings held on 12 September 2019.

 

Supporting documents:

9.

Declarations of Interest

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

8.20pm

10.

Partner Updates

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

 

·         Communities Together/ Military Civilian Integration/Army Basing

·         Police

·         Fire and Rescue Service

·         Town and Parish Councils

·         Mark Verbinnen to update on the need for roof repairs at Amesbury’s St Mary and St Melor church

·         NHS Wiltshire CCG

·         HealthWatch Wiltshire

Supporting documents:

8.30pm

11.

Update from the Community Area Transport Group (CATG)

To consider any updates and recommendations from the Community Area Transport Group (CATG).

 

The minutes of the latest CATG meeting on Friday 18 October are attached for information.

Supporting documents:

8.35pm

12.

Health & Wellbeing Group

To receive any updates from the HWBG and consider any applications for HWB funding.

 

·         HWB application, transport to Stonehenge event

 

The notes of the HWBG meeting on 11 November are attached for information.

 

Supporting documents:

8.40pm

13.

Community Area Grants

To determine the applications for Community Area Grant funding.

 

·         Stonehenge Striders Running Group, £703.37, towards setting up a local running group.

·         Shrewton, £1535.00, towards the repair of St Marys steps.

 

Supporting documents:

14.

Urgent items

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

8.45pm

15.

Future Meeting Dates and Close

The next meeting of the Amesbury Area Board will be held on Thursday 16 January 2020, 7.00pm at Sharp Hall, 234 Watson Rd, Larkhill, Salisbury SP4 8RB.

 

 

 

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