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Parish Council agenda published

Llanymynech & Pant Parish Council has published this week’s meeting agenda and reminds local people that they are welcome to attend.

This week’s Parish Council Meeting includes a number of important topics on the agenda including the co-option of a new Parish Councillor and the relisting of the village shop in Pant as an Asset of Community Value.

The meeting will be held on Thursday, 26th November 2023 commencing at 7.15pm
at Pant Memorial Hall.


  1. (a) APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE. To receive any Apologies for absence.
    (b) REPORTS – Police Report.
    Shropshire Council Report – Cllr Vince Hunt.
    (c) PUBLIC PARTICIPATION. Members of the public are here given an opportunity to make representations to the Parish Council on items on the agenda or of public interest.
    Council in Session
    2 DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST OR BIAS. In accordance with section 29 of the Localism Act 2011 Members are personally responsible for deciding whether or not they should disclose an interest where a matter arises which directly relates to them. They should not participate in any discussion nor vote on the matter and must not remain in the room unless granted a Dispensation to do so.
    3 CASUAL VACANCY. The Casual Vacancy is now open for co-option.
    4 PLANNING. To comment on or note the following applications:
    23/00152/FUL – Llwyntidman Lodge, Maesbrook. Refurbishment of existing house with improvements, along with a new roof and a two story extension.
    23/00092/FUL – Land south of Station Rd, Pant. Erection of 1 detached dwelling, double garage and associated external works and access.
    Permission granted for 22/03414/FUL Bron Fyrnwy, Llanymynech – extension.
    5 HIGHWAY MATTERS. Matters relating to the A483 and other roads in the parish.
    6 MINUTES to confirm Minutes of the meeting held on the 25.11.22 (attached)
    a) Consideration of Budget and to set the Precept for 2023/24 spreadsheets attached.
    b) To note the statement of expenditure v budget to December 2022 to be tabled.
    c) To authorise payments totalling £2,284.25
    d) Report on Bank Mandate.
    10 PANT VILLAGE SHOP. Nomination of Asset of Community Value.
    11 WARM SPACES. Update on community initiative
    12 UKRAINIAN REFUGEE SUPPORT. Report since last meeting.
    13 BOUNDARY REVIEW. Consultation on Review of Electoral Boundaries.
    14 COUNCILLOR or CLERK REPORTS ON LOCAL ISSUES. To bring any items to the
    notice of the Council, or reports on training or meetings attended.
    15 ITEMS FOR FUTURE AGENDAS. Cllrs opportunity to request items for next Agenda
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