Cllrs. Young, Whiteman, Barrass, Maynard, Cook, Langdown, Lloyd, Poole and Burley.
Ticehurst Tidy Up Team
Cllrs. Young,Pooleand Barrass
Cllrs. Langdown and Poole
To periodically review the plan and provide a contact number.Consideration for the provision of a defibrillator at Flimwell.
Cllrs. Maynard, Lloyd,Rigby,Burley, Barrass,Cook,Poole, Young and Krista
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To examine planning applications and make recommendations to Rother District Council.To comment on planning policy. To develop a local housing strategyto advise potential developers. To monitor the number of newproperties against the allocation numbers contained within the corestrategy. Committee has delegated powers to make comment to RDC and normally meets on a fortnightly basis – Thursdays 6pm.
To liaise between Bewl Water and residents bringing any matters to full Council when necessary.
Cllrs. Maynard, Luckhurstand Krista
New committee for regular footpath inspection and liaison with East Sussex County Council – Matthew Harper Rights of Way Officer at ESCC – It was also resolved to ask regular walkers to note any issues and report them through Cllr. Langdown.
Home Defenceand EmergencyPlan
Cllrs. Langdown and LloydCllr. Krista (School)
Linking with voluntary groups and organisations within the communities e.g.Youth Forum, TYPRP, Village Club, Police, Schools, Children’s Centre, Community Transport,The Priory, Village Halls.
Ticehurst Allotments, Stonegate Allotments, Flimwell Allotments To carry out twice yearly inspections with the Clerk and deal with the allocation of vacant plots to new tenants keeping the Clerk updated of change to any tenancies.
RALC & SSALCCllrs. Cook and Poole
Chair and Clerk are ex-officio members of all committees
To set the annual budget. Should meet every two months to monitor expenditure against budget.Recommendations should be put to the full Council for ratification.
To consider lighting - progression of replacement columns with old fashioned ones, regular playground inspections and consideration of additional facilities. Allotments, open spaces, trees, re-cycling, sustainable energy.
Working with architects and project managers to design and deliver a scheme for the village centre.
Meet regularly to consider areas that need attention.
Provide information for the web site, Notice Boards, Welcome Pack, Annual Assembly, and local council organisations e.g. SALC
Clerk to arrange a meeting with Rye Group. It was resolved that launching this Plan would be the most important issue to the Parish in the coming years. Local expertise would also be engaged to develop the plan. Group to report back to full Council for decisions and sanctioning of expenditure.