DUNHOLME VILLAGE

DUNHOLME PARISH COUNCIL

DUNHOLME PARISH COUNCIL


Dunholme Parish Council:-

 

Dunholme Parish is in the district of West Lindsey and the county of Lincolnshire.
The Parish Council has nine elected Councillors

 

For information contact: -


Dunholme Parish Council Contact Details


Clerk: Mrs Laura Richardson


Address: 20 Monckton Way, Dunholme, Lincoln, LN2 3QL


Telephone Number: 01673 862738


Email Address dunholmepc@btinternet.com


Website address: www.parishes.lincolnshire.gov.uk/dunholme


The Next Parish Council Meeting is the Annual Parish Meeting:-

 


Wednesday 12th July 2017 at 7:30pm


 in the Jubilee Room of the Village Hall.

 

If you have any issues you wish to bring to Councillors attention or any ideas you would like to put forward, why not come along and join in. 


* PARISH COUNCIL NOTICES *

The monthly parish council meeting was held on Wednesday 14th June 2017 in the Jubilee Room of the Village Hall.  Seven Parish Councillors and three members of the public were in attendance.

 

 The Council have welcomed back Mrs Mandy Murphy as a Parish Councillor – Mrs Murphy was on the Parish Council around 5 years ago and is back to assist with the ins and outs of the village. 

 

 Planning

Applications Received

136214 – 37 Lincoln Road - Planning application for extension and alterations to existing

dwelling including converting existing garage.

135913 – Land of Cliff Road, Welton - Application for approval of reserved matters        access, appearance, landscaping, layout and scale) for residential development of 63no. dwellings- following outline planning permission 131492

136225 – Land North of Honeyholes Lane - Reserved matters application for erection of    49no. dwellings, sports facility and additional car parking - following outline planning

permission 131087 allowed on appeal 26 February 2016.

136068 – Rear of Village Hall, Dunholme - Planning application for the erection of three new tennis courts and air dome enclosure with fencing.

Applications Granted

136123 – 37 Ryland Road - Planning application for two storey side extension to existing house with single storey element at rear

135908 – Stonehaven, 37 Lincoln Road - Planning application for first floor bedroom extension and ground floor utility room extension

136007 – 7 Paynell - Planning application for demolition of conservatory and erection of single storey rear extension.

Appeal Dismissed

APP/N2535/W/17/3167823 – 116 Lincoln Road - The development proposed is erection of 7 no. dwellings with ancillary garages and formation of access.

Applications Refused

135790 – Land North of Honeyholes Lane - Planning application to erect 64no. dwellings with roads, garages and residential parking, including community parking and public open spaces.

Tennis Buddies

The planning application for the new tennis courts and the air dome have been submitted to West Lindsey District Council and should go before the Planning Committee during July 2017.  This is the first exciting step in this process to give the village a tennis academy with a high standard of courts to use.

 

 Play area Improvements

The introduction of new play equipment to Kennington Close play area has been put on hold due to a more demanding priority.  It has been decided that Allwood Road play area is going to be fenced around to ensure that children and families are safe from vehicles and dog mess when being used.  This park is very busy after school and parents have raised their concerns.  Cllrs Pache and Mrs Fuller shall be looking into the costs involved and will bring a recommendation to a future meeting for discussion.

It has also been decided to fence around the play equipment on Kennington Close play area to ensure that the area played in by children and families are free from dog mess.  Recommendations for this will also be discussed at a future meeting.

 

 Oak Wood

It has been brought to the Parish Councils attention that people are spraying weeds in Oak Wood and dumping their garden waste.  Please ensure that this stops immediately as it is then the job of the Parish Council to get the waste cleared and as it is not Highways land they will not clear on the Councils behalf.

With regards to spraying – this should not be done as it can be hazardous to animals and children in the area.  If you have any concerns regarding the weeds in the wood, please contact the Clerk who will pass any comments onto the Council for any maintenance work required.

 

 The Dunholme Distribution – E Shot

The Parish Council are always looking for ways of communicating with residents.  If this is something that you would be interested in receiving, please let the Clerk have your email address and it will be added to the distribution list.  Your email address will only be used by the Parish Council and will not be passed onto third parties.

 

 Clerks’ Contact Details

The Parish Council can be contacted via the normal email address dunholmepc@btinternet.com or by telephone on 01673 862738, Monday to Friday between the hours of 9:00 and 16:00.  There is an answer machine in place should your call not be able to be answered.

 

 The next meeting of Dunholme Parish Council will take place on Wednesday 12th July 2017 at 7:30pm in the Jubilee Room of the Village Hall.  This is the Annual Council Meeting.

 

 

 

Community Volunteer of the Year

At the Annual Parish Council meeting held in May 2017, David Rosier and Hugh Wykes received the Parish Councils volunteer of the year award for their work in the community over the past 12 months, specifically with regards to the village fete held last year for the Queen’s Birthday.

 

Community Lincs


 
Community Lincs can help you to save money on your heating oil bills through a bulk purchasing scheme. To find out more follow this link
http://www.communitylincs.com/bulk-oil-buying-scheme/

Community Lincs, Church Lane, Sleaford, Lincs. NG34 7DF
Registered Charity (no. 1046569)
Company Ltd by Guarantee (Reg No. 3053849)

Roy Pell
Community Enterprise Officer
Tel: 01529 301964
Fax: 01529 414267
Web Site:
http://www.communitylincs.com/

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Janet Wright officially opening the new sports pavilion June 2010


DUNHOLME PARISH COUNCIL


The Dunholme Parish councillors are elected to serve on the council every four years. 


Meetings are held every month except August and are held on the third Wednesday of each month in the Jubilee room of the Dunholme Village Hall starting at 7.30pm.  Members of the public may attend these meetings. The first 15 minutes are open to any parishioner to put questions to the council.  After that no discussion by the public is allowed while the meeting is in progress.

COUNCILLORS CURRENTLY SERVING
 

Cllr Amjum Sawhney(Chairman)


Cllr Simon Barrett 01673861797
(Vice-Chairman)


Cllr Frank Elkington 01673 862556


Cllr Tim Brumpton 01673866348


Cllr Simon Barrett


Cllr Matt Burre 01673 860494


Cllr Brian Lewis 01673 866658


Cllr Mrs Helen Nicholls


Cllr Genna McKay

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Lincolnshire County Councillor:- 

 Sue Rawlin 01673 885545


West Lindsey District Councillor:-

Cllr Diane Rodgers

Cllr Steve England

Cllr Malcolme Parish


NATIONAL GOVERNMENT

Your Member of Parliament is

Right Honorable Edward Leigh MP

Contact:
House of Commons
LONDON
SW1A 0AA
Tel 02072196480

Or in the constituancy:
28 Queen Steet
Market Rasen
Tel: 01673849003



Why not become a Parish Councillor?

All parish council seats are due for election in 2012 when local elections are held.

What is the role of a Parish Councillor?

 To represent the ward and the views of it's residents that he or she represents at grass roots level

 ·        To work in areas of community leadership

 ·        To plan, run, develop and monitor parish council business

 ·        To always work in the public interest

How long is a term of office?

Four years unless elected at a by-election when you would serve until the next scheduled election.

Will I have time to be a councillor?

Dunholme Parish Council meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (except August) at 7.30pm in the Village Hall.

How much will I get paid?

There is great reward to be gained by serving your community at grass roots level, though unfortunately there is no provision for a parish councillor to be paid. You may be reimbursed for expenses. There is a limit to how much may be claimed.

For further information on the legal qualifications and procedure for becoming a Parish Councillor please contact:

Mrs Laura Richardson
20 Monckton Way
Dunholme
Lincoln
LN2 3QL 
Tel:  01673 862738
e-mail: dunholmepc@btinternet.com