2022 Nov Targets resolved for 2022-23

Carlby Targets for 2022 -2023 -2024 

as from 15th Nov 2022

On-going work

a. Seek to ensure that planning applications continue to be assessed within the principle and detail of the Carlby Neighbourhood Development Plan, with particular reference to maintaining Carlby’s ragstone heritage 
b. Carry out regular inspection, with necessary repairs and maintenance, of assets i.e., bus shelters, notice boards, defibrillator, emergency equipment, village sign; ensure that grit bins are filled as required
c. Ensure green spaces are cut timeously and effectively 
d. Continue improving the engagement of the PC with villagers via village organisations, encourage financial planning amongst grant applicants, annually update the PC’s own 3-year financial plan; 
e. Continue to press authorities about on-going issues - state of roads and footpaths, dog fouling, with emphasis on achieving measures for a safer crossing of main road at bus shelter 
f. Ensure that Council proceedings and procedures accord with regulatory requirements and protocols e.g., DPA, Good Councillors Guide, Standing Orders (as guided by the Clerk) 
g. Arrange appropriate training for new councillors via LALC 
h. Continue to press on reducing speeding through the village; take part in village speed-watch initiative when appropriate arrangements can be made
i. Assess the effectiveness of our Neighbourhood Development Plan to consider updating, in light of planning development decision 
j. Complete acquisition of village green and other green spaces currently managed by Persimmon, with follow up actions as detailed in Council minute 21/22-146
k. Where appropriate and possible, encourage “greening” policies/actions in Carlby, in support of local or county initiatives
l. Examine the cost and feasibility of repairs to the Bourne/Stamford bus shelters 
m. Maintain opposition to the proposed Mallard Pass development and encourage others to do so
n. Support village activities for HM’s coronation if requested
Resolved 15th November 2022 full PC meeting, update as required via PC.
Cllr Ian Dair is the sponsor