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Two planning applications were considered by the council at the meeting on Thursday. Tennis Court at Red Hill House and a detached self build property adjacent Portway, Langport. The Parish council had no objections to both applications.

The Precept has been submitted to SSDC.

Previous Planning applications have been approved by District with conditions:
Erection of a small lean to extension of glass and wood and a structural stone buttress. The Dovcote, Heale Lane
The carrying out of internal alterations to form wc cloakroom, kitchen and utility room, including changing of internal doors Heale Wold, Heale Lane.
Prior approval for proposed change of use of agricultural barn to a flexible use B1. Perham Farm, Wick — Planning permission was not required for this application.

We have also approved a budget of £6000 (£3000 from the financial Year 19/20 and £3000 from financial year 20/21) for the purchase of 2 speed indicator devices (SIDs). We may also consider a reduction in speed limit through the High Street to 20MPH; however, there is still some work to be done on this at present.
There will also be a village clean-up held later in March which will involve volunteers coming forward to assist the clean-up of our village. This will be advertised shortly on the Website and possibly within the Curry Rivel News.
Curry Rivel Live will also take place this year on Saturday 25 July and members of the organising committee were present at Thursdays meeting to provide assurances that the team will run it the same as in previous years and that the site will be cleaned up after the event?

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