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Meetings, Minutes & Agendas
To comply with PCC guidelines and to ensure public awareness additional planning meetings may be called. Notification will be posted on the village notice boards.
Meetings are open to residents, who may only address the meeting with the Chairman’s prior consent.
If you wish to address the Council in Welsh please make your intentions known at the time of your request, which should be made prior to the meeting date.
* Although KCC works in conjunction with PCC as consultants, it has no authority to grant planning permission.
Copies of Minutes can be made available after approval, on request.
*D = Meeting at Dolfor, *S = Meeting at Sarn
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The monthly meetings of Kerry Community Council scheduled for the forthcoming months will now be conducted via email and telephone as Cllrs and Clerk work from home.
will give 7 days’ notice of issues under discussion during the Lockdown
period to allow public comment prior to the scheduled meeting dates.
Anyone wishing to make comment please contact the Clerk as above.
To keep you informed and to maintain a sense of normality, minutes will be posted at the end of each month.
Copies of Minutes can be viewed on KCC notice boards, on our web-site, kerrycommunitycouncil.gov.uk
and our Facebook page.
Local Government (Wales) Measure 2011, Section 116
Notice of Co-Option
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the KERRY COMMUNITY COUNCIL intends to Co-opt TWO members to fill the vacancies that exist in the office of Councillor for the KERRY Ward
of interest are being sought from members of the public who meet the
following qualifications and are interested in representing their
community on the aforementioned Community Council. You must be a
British, Commonwealth, Irish or a European Union citizen and be 18 years
of age or over; and meet at least one of the following criteria:
· registered as a local government elector for the area named above; or
· during the whole of the last 12 months occupied as owner or tenant land or other premises in the community named above; or
· your principal or only place of work during the last 12 months has been in the community named above; or
· you have during the whole of the last 12 months resided in the Community or within 4.8 kilometres of it.
you wish to be considered for co-option for the vacant seats or want
more information regarding the role of a Community Councillor please
contact the Proper Officer, Clerk to the Council Community
Mrs Angela Feltham,
Bryn Gethin,Tregynon, Newtown. Powys.SY16 3PJ.
Phone. 01686 650747. firstname.lastname@example.org
people are disqualified from standing, and these include paid officers
of the community council, anyone subject to bankruptcy restriction
orders and those subject to recent sentences of imprisonment.
P = PlanninMg Meeting
30/08/2017 P 27/09/2017
19th April 1920
25 November 1919
11 November 1919
Chairman’s Report 2018/2019
First of all I would like to thank you all for your help and respect as your Chairman for the past 12 months. There is however one person I would like to point out, namely our Clerk, Angela for the way she sets out our papers and the help she gives me to make the Chairman’s job as easy as possible.
During the year we have lost Councillors through work commitments and moving out of the area, but now at the start of 2019 we do have a full council going forward.
We have had a considerable amount of work to go through, so I will pick up just a couple of events.
In planning we have had a couple of chicken enterprises requesting extensions etc. but the meeting for planning application to housing and roads up Common Road aroused the most interest.
These meetings were attended by a number of members of the public which in my mind is a very good thing to hear what local people think and I find it very enlightening.
The only very poor decision made by PCC was to go ahead with double yellow lines in the village, which I still cannot see has made any difference to the traffic at all.
The double yellow lines in front of the old people’s bungalow I feel to be an absolute disgrace.
The two big things I think we have to deal with this year are to keep Dolfor Village in our Council and the upkeep and running of the Kerry Public Toilets, which seem to be a bigger headache each year.
Cllr. M. Morgan (Chairman.)