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Unregistered VW parked in highway PLUS two others, 23rd January

As above plus 2 x vehicles covered so not know if these are taxed MOT or insured

Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 14 Sea Lane, Hayle
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Unregistered VW parked in highway PLUS two others, 23rd January

As above plus 2 x vehicles covered so not know if these are taxed MOT or insured

Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 14 Sea Lane, Hayle
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Road Closure Order - Penpol Road, Hayle: Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic: Location: ...

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Road Closure Order - Penpol Road, Hayle:

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic:
Location: Penpol Road, Hayle
Timing: 21st February 2022 to 25th February 2022 (24 hours)
Contact: Wales & West Utilities Ltd - Tel: 01209 211468
The above closure has been approved. Please click the following link to view a map and associated documents:
https://one.network/?tm=127192369



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HAYLE TOWN COUNCIL RESOURCE COMMITTEE MEETING THURSDAY 27 JANUARY 2022 7.30 p.m. HAYLE DAY CARE CENTRE Dear Councillor You...

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HAYLE TOWN COUNCIL

RESOURCE COMMITTEE MEETING

THURSDAY 27 JANUARY 2022

7.30 p.m.

HAYLE DAY CARE CENTRE

Dear Councillor

You are summoned to attend the Resource Committee Meeting of Hayle Town Council, to be held at Hayle Day Care Centre commencing at 7.30pm on Thursday 27 January 2022.
The following agenda will then be discussed.


Eleanor Giggal
Town Clerk
21 January 2022 (Office) 01736 755005

Members of the Public are welcome to attend. Members of the public are invited to ‘book’ a place prior to the meeting. If you wish to book a place, please email the council office info@hayletowncouncil.net by 11a.m. on the day of the meeting. Masks should be worn, sanitiser will be provided and seats for members and the public will be suitably spaced.

AGENDA

1 TO RECEIVE APOLOGIES

2 TO RECEIVE DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST AND REQUESTS FOR DISPENSATIONS

3 TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE RESOURCE COMMITTEE MEETING 9 DECEMBER 2021

4 TO CONSIDER APPLICATIONS FOR GRANTS AND DONATIONS (4TH TRANCHE):
a) Woodland Wellbeing
b) Friends of St Erth School
c) Hayle Christmas Lights
d) Regenerative Food and Farming CIC
e) Heyl Town Band
f) Ronnie Richards Memorial Charity



5 CORRESPONDENCE
a) To consider and note letters of thanks from recipients of grants

6 TO NOTE THE FINANCIAL QUARTERLY REPORT FOR THE PERIOD OCTOBER TO DECEMBER 2021 INC.

7 TO APPROVE THE RELEASE OF THE 3rd and 4th QUARTERLY PAYMENT TO HAYLE YOUTH PROJECT

8 TO REVIEW THE FOLLOWING POLICY DOCUMENTS, IN LINE WITH CURRENT GUIDANCE, ADVICE FROM THE COUNCIL’S APPOINTED INTERNAL AUDITOR AND/OR AS A RESULT TO CHANGES IN OTHER COUNCIL POLICY DOCUMENTS AND RECENT RESOLUTIONS:
a) Standing Orders, last reviewed March 2021
b) Financial Regulations, last reviewed March 2021

9 TO RECEIVE AND APPROVE THE FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS (CORPORATE) RISK MANAGEMENT SCHEDULE

10 TO CONSIDER PROCURING PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT TO ASSIST WITH THE TOWN COUNCIL’S APPLICATION TO THE LEVELLING UP FUND, AND, IF SUPPORTED, TO APPROVE EXPENDITURE AND DETERMINE APPROPRIATE BUDGETHEAD (As discussed briefly at Full Council, 20 January 2022)

11 TO RESOLVE TO EXCLUDE MEMBERS OF THE PRESS AND PUBLIC FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEM, AS PUBLICITY WOULD PREJUDICE THE PUBLIC INTEREST BY REASON OF THE CONFIDENTIAL NATURE OF THE BUSINESS TO BE TRANSACTED (IF NECESSARY)
(PUBLIC BODIES [ADMISSION TO MEETINGS] ACT 1960)

12 TO NOTE THE A) RECENT SECURITY ISSUES AT THE TOWN COUNCIL OFFICES B) THE LOSS OF ASSETS (MINOR), C) THE ACTIONS TAKEN TO DATE AND D) TO AGREE TO WRITE THE ASSETS OFF FOR THE ACCOUNTING RECORDS


TO CONFIRM THE DATE OF THE NEXT MEETING: 28 APRIL 2022



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*NOTICE OF CASUAL VACANCIES – HAYLE TOWN COUNCIL* Elections for the casual vacancies in the West Ward have not been required to...

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*NOTICE OF CASUAL VACANCIES – HAYLE TOWN COUNCIL*

Elections for the casual vacancies in the West Ward have not been required to take place and the Town Council can now proceed to fill the vacancies by co-option.
Any eligible person who wishes to be considered for co-option should either email or write to the Town Clerk at the address shown below, providing personal details and stating the reasons they wish to be considered for co-option, by no later than noon on 15 February 2022 Candidates will be invited to attend an interview on the evening of 24 February 2022.

Town Clerk
Hayle Town Council
Hayle Community Centre
58 Queensway
Hayle
TR27 4NX
01736 755005
info@hayletowncouncil.net



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NOTICE OF CASUAL VACANCIES – HAYLE TOWN COUNCIL Elections for the casual vacancies in the West Ward have not been required to t...

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NOTICE OF CASUAL VACANCIES – HAYLE TOWN COUNCIL

Elections for the casual vacancies in the West Ward have not been required to take place and the Town Council can now proceed to fill the vacancies by co-option.
Any eligible person who wishes to be considered for co-option should either email or write to the Town Clerk at the address shown below, providing personal details and stating the reasons they wish to be considered for co-option, by no later than noon on 15 February 2022 Candidates will be invited to attend an interview on the evening of 24 February 2022.

Town Clerk
Hayle Town Council
Hayle Community Centre
58 Queensway
Hayle
TR27 4NX
01736 755005
info@hayletowncouncil.net

There are currently two vacancies for Town Councillors, both in the West Ward. As these vacancies have arisen between the ordinary round of elections (normally every 4 years) they are classed as a Casual Vacancies.

Term of Office

The next round of Ordinary Parish Council Elections is scheduled to take place in May 2025. The successful candidate should expect to serve up to the fourth day after the ordinary day of elections.

Qualifications for Candidature

To be qualified to be elected a member of the Parish Council a person be a British or Commonwealth citizen, citizen of the Republic of Ireland, or European Union citizen, who has attained the age of 18 years of age and is:
• registered as a local government elector for the parish;
• and/or who has during the whole of the twelve months preceding the appointment occupied as owner or tenant any land or other premises in the parish;
• and/or his/her principal or only place of work during that twelve months has been in the parish; and/or
• has during those twelve months resided in the parish or within 4.8 kilometres (3 miles) of it.

Candidates are advised to confirm as many of the relevant qualifications as apply.

There are certain disqualifications for election, of which the main (S.80 of the Local Government Act 1972) are:
• holding a paid office under the authority;
• bankruptcy;
• having been sentenced to a term of imprisonment (whether suspended or not) of not less than three months, without the option of a fine during the five years preceding the election; and
• being disqualified under any enactment relating to corrupt or illegal practices.

Co-option of Parish Councillor – Procedure for Council Meeting

Each candidate will be interviewed and after all of the interviews the Councillors will vote to select the preferred councillors.
If there are more applications than candidates for the vacancies and no one of them at the first count receives a majority over the aggregate votes given to the rest, steps will be taken to strike off the candidate with the least number of votes and the remainder will then be put to the vote again; this process will, if necessary, be repeated until an absolute majority is obtained. The Chair may have to exercise his casting vote.
After the vote has been taken, the Chairman will declare the two candidates who received the highest number of votes, duly elected.

Acceptance of Office

A person elected to the office of Town Councillor shall before or at the first meeting of the Town Council after their election or if the Council at the that meeting allows, before or at a later meeting fixed by the Council, make in the presence of a member of the Council or of the proper officer of the Council a declaration of Acceptance of Office. Failure to do so will mean their office will become vacant (local Government Act 1972, Section 83).
What is a Parish or Town Council?
Parish and Town Councils are one and the same. They are statutory bodies and are local authorities in their own right. They have a range of statutory powers and so act within a body of legislation. They are the most local level of government and are sometimes described as the tier of local government most closest to the people.
Such councils can represent the concerns and aspirations of a genuine local community. They are not a voluntary organisation, a charity, nor anything to do with the Church. Town Councils are different in that their Chairman can take on the role of Mayor - a figure head for the town and a focus for civic pride.
Hayle Town Council is considered a larger council and delivers a wide range of services, many of which have been devolved from Cornwall Council, and otherwise may have been lost, such as public conveniences, the library and information service, CCTV and we also run other local facilities, including the Outdoor Swimming Pool, Hayle Community Centre, Hayle Recreation Ground, King George V Memorial Walk, allotments and other open spaces. We also give grants to local community groups
The range of powers of local councils continues to change and grow and are many and varied including:
• the purchase of land and buildings
• providing and maintaining village greens
• provision of recreational facilities
• crime prevention measures including provision of CCTV and traffic calming
• provision of grants to local organisations
Parish and Town Councils are funded through the council tax, although income can be raised through the services they provide or through delegation of funding.
Parish and Town Councils are strictly audited every year. Councillors must adhere to a code of conduct and complete a register of interests. This means that they are fully accountable to the public and assures the community that decisions are always taken in the public interest.



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Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence – Voices for Change

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HAYLE TOWN COUNCIL COUNCIL MEETING 7.15PM
THURSDAY 20 JANUARY 2022
HAYLE DAY CARE CENTRE
Dear Councillor
You are summoned to attend a meeting of Hayle Town Council which will be held at Hayle Day Care Centre Thursday 20 January 2022 commencing at 7.15pm with a Public Participation Session to discuss the business set out in the agenda below.

Eleanor Giggal 01736 755005
Town Clerk (Office)
13 January 2022

Members of the Public are welcome to attend. However, the meeting is restricted to 40 people, including councillors and officers, in the hall under COVID 19 regulations. Therefore, members of the public are invited to ‘book’ a place prior to the meeting. If you wish to book a place, please email the council office info@hayletowncouncil.net by 11a.m. on the day of the meeting. Mask wearing is encouraged, sanitiser will be provided and seats for members and the public will be suitably spaced. Please note that refreshments are not available, please bring a drink if required.

AGENDA

1 CHAIRMAN’S ANNOUNCEMENTS (For Information Only)

2 TO RECEIVE APOLOGIES

3 TO RECEIVE DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST AND REQUESTS FOR DISPENSATIONS

4 TO APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE FULL COUNCIL MEETING 6 JANUARY 2022

5 TO DISCUSS MATTERS WHICH WERE RAISED DURING PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

6 REPORTS OF OTHER COMMITTEES FOR APPROVAL

7 TO RECEIVE A PRESENTATION FROM MARNA BLUNDY AND KEITH JUDKINS OF WEST CORNWALL HEALTHWATCH

8 PLANNING MATTERS
a) To consider the proposed changes to Phase 3 of the consented scheme at High Lanes. Craig Rowe Of Gilbert and Goode will be in attendance.
b) To consider Planning Applications as listed on Appendix A: PA21/12280 ; PA21/12248
PA21/07042 ; PA22/00028 ; PA21/12039 ; PA21/12411 ; PA21/12659 ; PA21/12671 ;
PA21/12802 ; PA21/12746 ; PA21/12339 ; PA22/00056 ; PA22/00057 ; PA22/00132
and PA22/00031
c) To note the results of previous applications: none

9 CONSULTATIONS
a) Cornwall Council Draft Budget 2022/2023: lets talk.cornwall.gov.uk / budget-22-23
b) Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service Community Risk Management Plan 2022-2026: letstalk.cornwall.gov.uk/community-risk-management-plan-2022-2026
c) Cornwall Council’s Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence – Voices for Change: letstalk.cornwall.gov.uk/voices-for-change

10 FOOTPATHS
a) Maintenance Update

11 TO RESOLVE TO EXCLUDE MEMBERS OF THE PRESS AND PUBLIC FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEM, AS PUBLICITY WOULD PREJUDICE THE PUBLIC INTEREST BY REASON OF THE CONFIDENTIAL NATURE OF THE BUSINESS TO BE TRANSACTED (IF NECESSARY)
(PUBLIC BODIES [ADMISSION TO MEETINGS] ACT 1960)

12 TO CONSIDER THE RECOMMENDATION(S) OF THE COUNCIL RELOCATION WORKING PARTY, FROM THE MEETING OF 13 JANUARY 2022, RELATING TO THE OFFER FOR THE COMMUNITY CENTRE AND OPTIONS FOR THE PROGRESSION OF THE RELOCATION SCHEME


DATE OF NEXT MEETING OF HAYLE TOWN COUNCIL

3 FEBRUARY 2022


Your opportunity to help us develop strategies and services to prevent and respond to Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly We particularly value the experiences and opinions of those who are experts from their own experience and are

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*Town Team Meeting!* Please see the discussion agenda below for the Town Team Meeting on Wednesday 12th January 2022 at 7pm. T...

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*Town Team Meeting!*

Please see the discussion agenda below for the Town Team Meeting on Wednesday 12th January 2022 at 7pm.

To join the meeting, please follow the link below:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89603732151?pwd=YTZZSDdRNTdhVEJsdUxhdG5qQ2dFZz09

We look forward to seeing you then!

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Overgrown hedge, 21st January

Hanging branches into roadway
Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 13a Grist Lane, Angarrack
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