Sunday, 3 July 2016

FPG Report on TL - The End of the Beginning 28 6 16

LRA – Transform Leatherhead                                                  28 June 2016

“The end of the beginning”
Introduction
This will be my last report re the above as I have handed over my responsibilities as representative of LRA on the Community Reference Group (CRG) to Martyn Williams.

As anticipated, the CRG meeting on 15th June 2016 was the last one in its present form and frequency.

We received copies of the ‘Final Stage 3 Consultation report: Final Draft Masterplan’ and the ‘Final Report Subject to MVDC Executive Approval’ prior to the Executive Committee seeing them but were confidential until on the website. They remain confidential until published on the website, which is expected shortly.

The reports have gone to the Scrutiny Committee and you can find the Agenda Item 4 as follows:
 http://www.molevalley.gov.uk > search ‘Scrutiny Committee’ > Scrutiny Committee > Scrutiny Committee Agendas & Minutes > Scrutiny Committee Meeting 5th July 2016 > Item 4 ‘Transform Leatherhead ……etc

This agenda Item 4 covers all the relevant matters but refers to the TL Reports without including them.  I recommend that you read this.

Comments

Timing - Assuming the Scrutiny Committee on 5th July approves the Recommendations in Agenda Item 4 then they will go to the Executive Committee on 19th July, which has the authority to determine the Recommendations (Except one Recommendation which needs the approval of the whole Council).

Stage 3 Consultation – There were between 1200 & 1500 visits to the Public Exhibitions.  There were 2600 Unique visits to the website, mainly (60%) from the under 44 years old (split evenly between male and female. The Positioning Statement receiving most votes was: “Friendly, vibrant and lively, Leatherhead is a modern market town where people of all ages can shop, eat, relax and have fun by the riverside”. – no comment!

Delivery - The Scrutiny Item focuses on the delivery process.  They are recommending the appointment of a Development Partner, and, if agreed, would it to develop Claire and James House site first.



Church Street – Work is progressing on the building to house Waitrose with the fitting out planned for October/November. Detailed design work for the Public realm is being undertaken by W S Atkins and it is intended that the choice of surface materials (for footways, carriageway, parking areas and kerbs) will be used throughout the TL project.

Roads  - MVDC and SCC are working closely to obtain funding for the necessary alteration to the gyratory road system to improve flow and access.  Positive vibes have been received re their application for substantial funding via the LEP (C2C).

Future of CRG

MVDC, having found the Reference Groups to be very helpful in refining their plans, wishes to continue with the concept of the Members’ and Community Reference Groups. Frequency will probably be quarterly plus any meeting to discuss specific large projects.

Referendum

At the CRG meeting, on 15th June, I asked whether the referendum would affect the progress of TL next stage.  Nick Gray responded that he did not think the outcome would affect progress. This is understandable relating to the necessary work on Claire and James House and the Swan Centre. However, my opinion is that it could well have an impact on other spending.


John W Wilson

MW Report on Local Plan 28 6 16

LRA-FPG - Notes of a meeting held on Friday 10th June with Guy Davies of MVDC Planning Dept.
re the formulation of the Local Plan.
Present from FPG:          John Wilson and Martyn Williams.
Guy Davies is the co-ordinating officer for this exercise.
Guy is producing the Local Development Scheme. The principles to be adopted have changed since the last one. Previously the government (HMG) would accept that excess demand in one area could be diverted to other “growth” areas. Now each area has to meet its own demand for space. The only mitigating circumstances are where national planning policies make that difficult. In the case of MVDC that is likely to be the amount of land that is protected by the “Green Belt”.
The Process  (Target dates in brackets)
1.       MVDC are at the very start of the process, which is expected to take about two years.
2.       MVDC will call for owners of sites on ‘Brownfield Land’ (previously developed land) to offer them to be considered for development. (Summer 2016)
3.       MVDC will use outside consultants to prepare Spatial Strategy Options, i.e. to identify what the likely demand for space will be over the plan period (15 years). (Winter 2016/17)
4.       There will almost certainly be a deficit of available land relative to identified demand.  MVDC will then need to decide whether the deficit is justifiable to HMG or whether it needs to find more land. It is likely to be the latter.  If so MVDC will then call for other sites,  which might include change of use of existing buildings and release of low-grade “Green Belt” land. (Winter 2016/17)
5.       MVDC will then appraise all supply options to ascertain their feasibility.  The plan will then be formulated combining the likely demand where it can be met by supply and why the full demand cannot be met (if that is the case) because of national policies. (Summer 2017)
6.       The plan is then reviewed by an HMG appointed inspector. (Summer 2018).
7.       If approved it is then adopted. (Autumn 2018)
Comment
It is inevitable that much of proposed development will be in the north of the District as 2/3 of the District’s built up area is in the north in Leatherhead/Bookham/Fetcham/Ashtead and this was part of the existing Core Strategy.
HMG regulations dictate the minimum local consultation that any local authority must undertake, but it is open to any authority to do more.  MVDC are still deciding how much consultation and in what form, but were pleased with the “Transform” exercise and are likely to opt for more consultation rather than less and are likely to focus on social media to involve the younger elements of the population.
LRA is an acknowledged consultee and it and others will be advised in due course as to how we can become involved in the process.
LEPs have no involvement in the Local Plan formulation process.
Further Information
For further information on the Local Development Scheme click on this hyperlink: http://www.molevalley.gov.uk/index.cfm?articleid=29392 .  To refer to the existing Core Strategy 2009 click on this hyperlink:   http://molevalley-consult.limehouse.co.uk/portal/cs/cs_-_adopted_oct_2009/core_strategy_-_adopted_october_2009_1?pointId=906692

MW/JWW

MW Report to Committee 28 6 16

LRA-FPG - Notes of a meeting held on Friday 10th June with Guy Davies of MVDC Planning Dept.
re the formulation of the Local Plan.
Present from FPG:          John Wilson and Martyn Williams.
Guy Davies is the co-ordinating officer for this exercise.
Guy is producing the Local Development Scheme. The principles to be adopted have changed since the last one. Previously the government (HMG) would accept that excess demand in one area could be diverted to other “growth” areas. Now each area has to meet its own demand for space. The only mitigating circumstances are where national planning policies make that difficult. In the case of MVDC that is likely to be the amount of land that is protected by the “Green Belt”.
The Process  (Target dates in brackets)
1.       MVDC are at the very start of the process, which is expected to take about two years.
2.       MVDC will call for owners of sites on ‘Brownfield Land’ (previously developed land) to offer them to be considered for development. (Summer 2016)
3.       MVDC will use outside consultants to prepare Spatial Strategy Options, i.e. to identify what the likely demand for space will be over the plan period (15 years). (Winter 2016/17)
4.       There will almost certainly be a deficit of available land relative to identified demand.  MVDC will then need to decide whether the deficit is justifiable to HMG or whether it needs to find more land. It is likely to be the latter.  If so MVDC will then call for other sites,  which might include change of use of existing buildings and release of low-grade “Green Belt” land. (Winter 2016/17)
5.       MVDC will then appraise all supply options to ascertain their feasibility.  The plan will then be formulated combining the likely demand where it can be met by supply and why the full demand cannot be met (if that is the case) because of national policies. (Summer 2017)
6.       The plan is then reviewed by an HMG appointed inspector. (Summer 2018).
7.       If approved it is then adopted. (Autumn 2018)
Comment
It is inevitable that much of proposed development will be in the north of the District as 2/3 of the District’s built up area is in the north in Leatherhead/Bookham/Fetcham/Ashtead and this was part of the existing Core Strategy.
HMG regulations dictate the minimum local consultation that any local authority must undertake, but it is open to any authority to do more.  MVDC are still deciding how much consultation and in what form, but were pleased with the “Transform” exercise and are likely to opt for more consultation rather than less and are likely to focus on social media to involve the younger elements of the population.
LRA is an acknowledged consultee and it and others will be advised in due course as to how we can become involved in the process.
LEPs have no involvement in the Local Plan formulation process.
Further Information
For further information on the Local Development Scheme click on this hyperlink: http://www.molevalley.gov.uk/index.cfm?articleid=29392 .  To refer to the existing Core Strategy 2009 click on this hyperlink:   http://molevalley-consult.limehouse.co.uk/portal/cs/cs_-_adopted_oct_2009/core_strategy_-_adopted_october_2009_1?pointId=906692

MW/JWW

Friday, 24 June 2016

Agenda for Meeting 4th July 2016

LEATHERHEAD RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION

            COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD ON MONDAY 4th July 2016 AT 7.30PM AT THE LETHERHEAD INSTITUTE ROOM G6

AGENDA
            Are there any questions to come under AOB?
1.    Apologies for absence

2.    Minutes of meeting held on 6th June 2016

3.    Matters arising from meeting not covered elsewhere on the Agenda

4.    Chairman’s Report (CB)

5.    Reports from sub-committees

a.    Environment(CA)
b.    ForwardPlanning (MW)
c.    Health (HP)
d.    Highways (HC)
e.    Membership  and Leach Grove(PS)
f.     Planning (FS)  
g.    Newsletter (CA + JWW) last date for copy is 8 July.

6.    Ashtead & Leatherhead Local – please think about what YOU could write!

7.    AOB – Fun activities for fund raising

8.    Date of next meeting: Monday 5th September 2016


If members have any problems they wish the Committee to discuss, please contact the Chairman (See “Contact” on the website) or in person at The Institute at 7.15pm before the Committee starts its meeting at 7.30pm.

Thursday, 16 June 2016

Invasive Species Month

Locally at leatherhead we have 2 dates for Himalayan Balsam pulling,
  • Monday 4th, 10am to 4pm.
  • Wednesday 6th July 2016, 10am to 4pm.
It's very easy to pull up and quite satisfying!
For more information and to register your interest please email Caroline Cardew-Smith by clicking here

Saturday, 4 June 2016

LEATHERHEAD OPEN GARDENS 2016

LEATHERHEAD OPEN GARDENS

Sunday 12th June , 11am - 5pm

==========================================
Leatherhead Residents' Association

LRA and FLPC present
14 Gardens to Visit:
4 in Givons Grove
5 & 9 Elm Drive
12 Windmill Drive,   5 Heymede
Oaklands Randalls Road
11 & 15 St Marys Road
Grange Road, 1 Oaks Close
16 Byron Place

Full details in ticket programme
Purchase a programme early in order to
plan your visit

 £5  Tickets available from
* Bartons Bookshop
* WA Truelove Funeral Directors
* The Parish Church Office (Wed-Fri mornings)
* On the day: Randalls Road Car Park & the Parish Church

Teas, coffee, sandwiches, cake, scones
available from Parish Church 12.30 - 5.00

Commencing at Randalls Road Car Park at 11am:
 ticket holders have the option to Ride a Vintage Bus to 5 Gardens


Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Agenda for 6 June 2016 Meeting

LEATHERHEAD RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION

            
MEETING TO BE HELD ON MONDAY 6th June 2016 AT 7.30PM AT THE LETHERHEAD INSTITUTE ROOM G6

AGENDA
            Are there any questions to come under AOB?
1    Apologies for absence

      Minutes of meeting held on 9th May 2016

3  Matters arising from meeting not covered elsewhere on the Agenda:  Town Notice Board, 3 July Duck Race, LRA meetings for remainder of year; Parking – use of High Street; Approval for amendments to Articles concerning CLG status

  .  Chairman’s Report (CB) Cow Parades (!); HC Lengthman’s Scheme;

5   Reports from sub-committees

a.    Environment (CA) OpenGardens plans
b.    ForwardPlanning (MW)
c.    Health (HP)
d.    Highways (HC)
e.    Membership  (PS)
f.     Planning and LeachGrove (FS)  

6    Newsletter (CA + JWW) will cover Open Gardens, parking; input by 21 June 

      Ashtead & Leatherhead Local – article on Open Gardens

  AOB 

9    Date of next meeting: Monday 4th July 2016


If members have any problems they wish the Committee to discuss, please contact the Chairman (See “Contact” on the website) or in person at The Institute at 7.15pm before the Committee starts its meeting at 7.30pm

Thursday, 28 April 2016

Agenda for Meeting 9 May 2016

LEATHERHEAD RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION
CLOSED COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD ON MONDAY  9TH May  2016 at 7.30PM AT THE LETHERHEAD INSTITUTE ROOM G6
AGENDA

Although this is a Closed Committee Meeting, if any Member has an issue he wishes the Committee to discuss, would he please contact the Chairman (See “Contact” on the website) or in person at The Institute at 7.15pm before the Committee starts its meeting at 7.30pm
           
1.    Apologies for absence: Paula Sabine, Fran Smith

2.    Minutes of meeting held on 7th March 2016

3.    Matters arising from meeting not covered elsewhere on the Agenda

4.    Chairman’s Report (CB)

5.    Reports from sub-committees
a.    Environment (CA)
b.    Forward Planning (MW)
c.    Health (HP)
d.    Highways (HC)
e.    Membership (PS)
f.     Planning (FS)
g.    Newsletter (CA + JWW)

6.    Ashtead & Leatherhead Local Article

7.    AOB


8.    Date of next meeting: Monday 6th June 2016.   Following that, the next meeting with be the Open meeting on Monday 4th July 2016.

Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Agenda for AGM Meeting 4 April 2016



ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING


TO BE HELD ON MONDAY 4 APRIL 2016 AT 6.45pm 

AT THE ABRAHAM DIXON HALL, LETHERHEAD INSTITUTE


AGENDA


1    Apologies for absence

2    Minutes of the AGM meeting held on Monday 13 April 2015

3    Matters arising

4    Chairman's Annual Report


6    Approval of new Articles of Association (Constitution)
      Click here for letter of explanation
       Click here to read Articles in full (13 pages)

7    Appointment of Auditor

8    Appointment of Secretary

9    Election of Officers

10   Re-election of Committee and election of new committee members (all nominations to be submitted to the Secretary no later than 3 days before the meeting).


                                                                 END OF AGM
             (Date of next Executive Members' Meeting:  Monday 9 May 2016
at Letherhead Institute, Room G6)
______________________________________



                       EU REFERENDUM DEBATE AT 7.30-9.00pm                 

Speakers:  Rt. Hon. Sir Richard Ottaway and Mr. Anthony Scholefield

Followed by written questions to the speakers










Sunday, 28 February 2016

Agenda 7 March 2016


LEATHERHEAD RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD ON
MONDAY 7 MARCH 2016 AT 7.30PM
AT THE LETHERHEAD INSTITUTE ROOM G6

AGENDA

Apologies for Absence

Minutes of meeting held on Monday 1 February 2016

Matters arising from meeting not covered elsewhere on the Agenda
    (a) LRA new Constitution (Articles of Association (MW)
    (b) Speakers for AGM and organisation  of meeting (CB/JWW)
    (c) AGM - Election of Officers (CB)
    (d) Notice Boards (CB)
    (e) Jobs List (CB)

Chairman's Report (CB)

Reports from sub-committees:
     (a)  Environment - Report (CA)
           (i) 4(d) Open Gardens
     (b)   Forward Planning - Report (JWW)
           (i) 5(a) Transform Leatherhead
     (c)   Health - Report (HP)
           (i) 5(a) North Leatherhead Regeneration Group Meeting
     (d)   Highways - Report (HC)
     (e)   Membership (PS)
     (f)    Planning - Report (FS)
           (i) 5(a) MO/2015 1601 Land at Farthings, Randalls Road - Planning Mtg 3 Feb.

Newsletter (JWW/CA) (a) Interim Newsletter

Ashtead & Leatherhead Local: Copy by 12 March please

AOB: (a) Elm Road Parking
     (b) Job Descriptions
     (c) Tree Officer

9   Date of next meetings:  The AGM will be on Monday 4 April in the Abraham Dixon Hall and there will be an EU Debate - Speakers:  Sir Richard Ottaway and Anthony Scholefield.
Next Executive Committee Meeting will be on Monday 9 May.

If members have any problem s they wish the Committee to discuss, please contact the Chairman (See "Contact" on the website) or in person at The Institute at 7.15pm before the Committee starts its meeting at 7.30pm


   



Monday, 21 December 2015

Agenda LRA Meeting 4 January 2016


LEATHERHEAD RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD
ON MONDAY 4 JANUARY 2016 AT 7.30PM
AT LETHERHEAD INSTITUTE ROOM G6

AGENDA
                                        Are there any questions to come under AOB?

1   Apologies for absence

2   Minutes of Meeting held on 7 December 2015

3   Matters arising from meeting not covered elsewhere on the Agenda
     3(a) Case for Change (Report - Working Group)
     3(b) Cross Rail (TH)

4   Chairman's Report

5   Reports from sub-committees:

     (a) Environment (Report)(CA)
     (b) Forward Planning (Report)(JWW)
     (c) Health
     (d) Highways
     (e) Membership & Publicity
     (f) Planning (Report)(FS)

6   Newsletter - Copy to Joint Editors Cheryl Allen/John Wilson by 12 January 2016 please.

7   Ashtead & Leatherhead Local - Contribution for February by 12 January 2016 please.

8   AOB:

     THE SOCIAL WILL FOLLOW AFTER THE SHORT MEETING ABOVE

9   Date of Next Meeting: The next meeting on Monday 1 February 2016 will be a CLOSED  Meeting.
    
 An OPEN Extraordinary General Meeting will be held on Monday 7 March 2016, followed by an Executive Committee Meeting at Letherhead Institute - Room G6.


If members have any problems they wish the Committee to discuss, please contact the Chairman (See "Contact" on the website) or in person at The Institute at 7.15pm before the Committee starts its meeting at 7.30pm.









Friday, 27 November 2015

Agenda for LRA Meeting 7 December 2015


LEATHERHEAD RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD ON
MONDAY 7 DECEMBER 2015 AT 7.30PM AT
THE LETHERHEAD INSTITUTE ROOM G6

AGENDA

Are there any questions to come under AOB?

1 Apologies for absence

2 Minutes of meeting held on 2 November 2015
   a) 5ii) Leach Wood Grove - to be amended

3 Matters arising from meeting not covered elsewhere on the Agenda:
   a) Case for Change to LRA Structure (Report) MW
   b) Crossrail 2 (TH)

4 Chairman's Report

5 Reports from sub-committees:
    a) Environment (Report) (CA)
    b) Forward Planning (Report) (JW)
    c) Health (PW)
        i) Surrey Downs CCG request to meet Resident Associations and to contribute to the LRA Newsletter. .
    d) Highways (Report) (HC)
        i) Church Street
    e) Membership & Publicity (CB)
    f)  Planning (Report) (FS)

6 Newsletter - copy to JW/CA by 12 January 2016 please

7 Ashtead & Leatherhead Local - contributions for 12 December 2015 & January 2016.

8  AOB:
     a) MVDC Infrastructure Consultation
     b) Leach Grove Wood (FS)
     c) January Social

9 Date of next meeting: Monday 4 January 2026 at Letherhead Institute, Room G6
   After a short business meeting, drinks and nibbles will be available for Road Stewards,Distributors and Members to meet socially.

If members have any problems they wish the Committee to discuss, please contact the Chairman (See "Contact" on the website) or in person at The Institute at 7.15pm before the Executive Committee starts its meeting at 7.30pm.

 





Sunday, 25 October 2015

LRA Agenda for Meeting Monday 2 November 2015 at 7.30pm

                                 LEATHERHEAD RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION


EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD ON MONDAY 2 NOVEMBER 2015 AT
                      7.30PM AT THE LETHERHEAD INSTITUTE ROOM G6 
                                                    
                                                        AGENDA
                                            
                             Are there any questions to come under AOB?


1.  Apologies for absence


2.  Minutes of meeting held on Monday 5 October 2015


3.  Matters arising from meeting not covered elsewhere on the Agenda


4.  Chairman's Report
    
     (i) Companies Limited by Guarantee


5.  Reports from sub-committees:
    
    (a) Environment (CA)
    (b) Forward Planning (JWW)
    (c) Health (HP)
         (i) email from British Heart Foundation re free Public Access Defibrillators (PADs).
    (d) Highways (HC)
    (e) Membership & Publicity (HP)
         (i)   Website - to be brought forward to the New Year
         (ii )  New Membership Form
         (iii)  Flyer for canvassing new members
         (iv)  Location of Posters
    (g) Planning (FS)


6.  Newsletter: The next Newsletter will be coming out in February/March 2016.  Copy by end of January please.


7.  Ashtead & Leatherhead Local: Copy by 12 November for publication l December please.


8   AOB: (i) Sub-committee numbers (to be brought forward to a further meeting).


9.  Date of next meeting:  Monday 7 December 2015, Room G6 Letherhead Institute.
The Christmas Social will be brought forward to the January 2016 meeting.


If members have any problems they wish the Committee to discuss, please contact the Chairman (See "Contact" on the website) or in person at The Institute at 7.15pm before the Committee starts its meeting at 7.30pm.











Saturday, 24 October 2015

A Christmas Lunch

Christmas Lunch Party

 The LRA Committee is pleased to announce that a booking has been made for a Christmas Lunch to be held at the Rialto Lounge Restaurant & Wine Bar on Friday 4th December at 12.30.

This meeting will provide an opportunity for LRA members to celebrate the holiday and socialise with other members at more leisure than is typically afforded after the Monday meetings or following Litter Picks or other activities.    The local chapter of the CPRE is also booked at the Rialto for Friday 4th and it should be a jolly afternoon chatting to them as well.

The Rialto has been chosen as the venue not only because the packed menu has a modest price of £20 for 3 courses or £17.50 for two but also because of its strong support for our town activities like the Duck Race and raffle prizes.

The Menu is below.   To book your place, please, either put an envelope (with £5 deposit per person) into the LRA postbox in the Institute or send a letter to The LRA Christmas Meal Organiser, Oaklands, 54 Randalls Road, Leatherhead, KT22 0AD.    (NB 7 days notice required for menu choice ) 

Menu for Christmas Lunch


Tuesday, 29 September 2015

LRA Agenda 29 September 2015


LEATHERHEAD RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION
OPEN COMMITTEE MEETING
MONDAY 5TH OCTOBER 2015 AT 7.30PM
 AT THE ABRAHAM DIXON HALL, LETHERHEAD INSTITUTE

AGENDA

Are there any questions to come under AOB?

Introduction:  Cllr. Howard Jones will be speaking on Transform Leatherhead and devoting his talk to his new role as Executive Member for Town Centres with his personal view on how he sees Leatherhead evolving.  Cllr. Jones will be happy to take questions.   

              (There will then be a short break before the LRA business)

1.  Apologies for absence

2.  Minutes of meeting held on 7 September 2015

3.  Matters arising from meeting not covered elsewhere on the Agenda

4.  Chairman's Report/Correspondence

5.  Reports from sub-committees:

     a) Environment
         (i) Leach Grove Wood
        (ii) Teazle Wood Charity Event
       (iii)  Clearance of cut down branches at station

     b)  Forward Planning

     c)  Health
           (i) Report from  SDCCG Governance Meeting 25 September
          (ii) Request from PPG

     d)  Highways
          (i) Exit from the Catholic Church car park on to Copthorne Road

     e)  Membership & Publicity
          (i) Changes to the web site to be b/f to November Meeting

     f)  Planning


     Reports will be linked to the Minutes on-line

6.  Newsletter - the next Newsletter will be coming out in February 2016.  Copy by end      
      of January please.

7.  Ashtead & Leatherhead Local - Article for next edition by 12 October.

8.  AOB (if previously notified)

9  Date of next meeting:  Monday 2 November 2015 Room G6 Letherhead Institute.


If Members have any problems they wish the Committee to discuss under AOB or privately, please contact the Chairman (See "Contact" on the website) or in person at The Institute at 7.15pm before the Committee starts its meeting at 7.30pm..
      





Thursday, 27 August 2015

LEATHERHEAD RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION
OPEN COMMITTEE MEETING
MONDAY 7th SEPTEMBER AT 7.30PM AT THE LEATHERHEAD INSTITUTE ROOM G6

  AGENDA

 Are there any questions to come under AOB?

1. Apologies for absence

2. Minutes of meeting held on 3 August 2015

3. Matters arising from meeting not covered elsewhere on the Agenda
       (a) Paul Beresford – when to speak
       (b) St. John’s Avenue – flashing lights (TH),
       (c) New Parking Notices in Elm Road Car Park (TH)
       (d) Flip Cargill’s party on 25 September

4. Chairman’s Report

5. John Howarth to speak on Insurance.

6. Reports from sub-committees
  a. Environment - CA
       (i) reply from Network Rail re litter clearance,
      (ii) reply from Paul Anderson re grass verge letter sent by CA

  b. Forward Planning - JWW
      (i)JWW report on feedback from document sent to Master Planners
      (ii) Supplement to Forward Planning Report

  c. Health - HP

  d. Highways - HC
      (i)New Parking restrictions – HC to send in report

  e. Membership & Publicity - HP
     (i) Meeting with web master – new design b/f Oct. Meeting

  f. Planning (FS)
     (i)Church Street – details of conditions (HJ)
    (ii) Reply from Paul Anderson re car parking spaces in Church Street car park
    (iii) Parking at rear of Parish Hall

7. Newsletter

8. Ashtead & Leatherhead Local

9. AOB

10. Date of next meeting: Monday 5 October 2015 Abraham Dixon Hall

 If members have any problems they wish the Committee to discuss, please contact the Chairman (See “Contact” on the website) or in person at The Institute at 7.15pm before the Committee starts its meeting at 7.30pm