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Councillor Brain was confirmed as Chair.
Welcome, introductions and apologies for absence
The Chair led the welcome and introductions.
There were no apologies for absence.
Declarations of Interest
To note any declarations of interest from the Councillors. They are asked to indicate the relevant agenda item, the nature of the interest and in particular whether it is a disclosable pecuniary interest.
Any declarations of interest made at the meeting which is not on the register of interests should be notified to the Monitoring Officer for inclusion.
There were no declarations of interest.
To consider any public forum statements submitted.
The deadline for the receipt of statements is:
12 noon on Monday 17 October 2016.
To confirm and agree the decisions made in principal at the Neighbourhood Partnership meeting dated 27th September 2016.
The Neighbourhood Committee referred to the Dundry View Neighbourhood Partnership meeting update paper reference 27th September 2016.
1. The Neighbourhood Committee RESOLVED:
To approve the recommendations from the Dundry View Funding panel for the allocation of Small Grants Funding agreed in principle at the Neighbourhood Partnership meeting on 27 September 2016 as follows:
a. Award Blenheim Scouts Raven Marching Band £630 towards the purchase of instruments for the band.
b. Award Zion Community Arts BS13 Theatre Company £1200 towards the production of a winter performance.
c. Award Hartcliffe Club for Young People’s respect scheme £350 towards Art, publicity and part transport.
d. Award Malago Valley Conservation Group £425 to improve the woods pathway and extension.
e. Award the Grovers £600 towards their autumn event
f. Award £3000 to Transition Skate to provide Premium Memberships for local young people.
g. Award The Friends of Church Road £1500 towards improving a popular cut through to Walnut Walk.
h. Award HHEAG £780 towards outing Isolation through their stalls at sheltered housing across Dundry View.
2. The Neighbourhood Committee RESOLVED:
To approve the recommendations from the Highways theme group agreed in principle at the Neighbourhood Partnership meeting on 27 September 2016 as follows:
a. Agree the Highway’s scheme for 2017/18 for Dundry View will be Cheddar Grove and Roundabout and the Highways theme group will recommend the final scheme to the partnership after further discussion with the Highways Officer on various options.
b. Agree to fund the expansion if the pavement at Church Road pinch point as a minor piece of work.
c. Agree to fund 50% of the Walnut walk lane improvement from the Minor works budget (£1500)