Tollerton, North Yorkshire

Tollerton in North Yorkshire

Tollerton - Parish Council

Clerk to the Council:  Sandra Windross

11 Dunroyal Close, Helperby, York, YO61 2NH

Tel:  07843528339      Email:

Next meeting May 2nd


You are summoned to attend the Annual Meeting of Tollerton Parish Council on

Tuesday 2nd  May 2023 commencing at 6.30pm at St. Michaels Church Hall

Members of the press and public are welcome to attend and listen to the proceedings.

Sandra Windross (Mrs)

Clerk to the Council   24 April 2023




            1.2 SIGNATURE OF Declaration of Office of Chairman


3.         PUBLIC FORUM

            An opportunity for members of the public to comment on Agenda Items



            To receive any declarations of interest not already declared under the Council's code of conduct or members Register of Disclosable Pecuniary interests and to receive and consider any applications for dispensation

6.          Minutes Of The Last Meeting

             To approve the minutes of the last Meeting held on 3 April 2023

7.          Receive information on the following ongoing issues and decide further action where necessary

             7.1        Dropped Kerb on the Green

7.2        Replacement Trees at Old Way

7.3        The Junction at Station Road/Alne Road

7.4        The Tree on the village green

7.5        Distribution of the Coronation Mugs

 8.          NYCC Matters

             8.1        To receive any updates and information on NYCC matters    

9.          Co-option of a Parish Councilor

10.        The Upgrade to the Childrens Playground

11.        The Emergency Community Plan

12.        Electricity supply to the Village Green

13.        Planning Matters

             13.1      To consider the following planning applications

ZB23/00802/CAT works to reduce the height of 3 trees in a conservation area at Sycamore Cottage Newton Road, Tollerton

13.2      To note the following planning applications granted/refused

             None at the time of publication of the Agenda


            14.1     To receive the year end accounts for approval

            14.2     To agree payment of accounts received

            14.3     To note account balances and reconciliations    

15.       To consider items of correspondence & agree necessary action, Councillors must have read and not simply received all correspondence to discuss:

            15.1     YLCA White Rose Updated forwarded 24.04.23

            15.2     YLCA Training Programme forwarded 13.4.23

`           15.3     Ripon Rotary Bike ride forwarded 14.4.23

            15.4     Community Renewals forwarded 13.4.23

            15.5     YLCA National Allotment Society forwarded 11.4.23

            15.6     YLCA Play Inspection Training forwarded 11.4.23

            15.7     YLCA Chief Executives bulletin forwarded 06.4.23

            15.8     YLCA Information Bulletins forwarded 06.4.23   

16.       To notify the clerk of matters for inclusion on the agenda of the next meeting

17.       To confirm the Date of next meeting –  6 June 2023

Public attendence at meetings

Any member of the public is welcome to attend for any part (or all) of the Meeting. Indeed we would welcome more public participation - a public session is held at the start of the meeting to enable individuals to raise matters of concern.
Please note that meetings start promptly at 7.30pm so arrive late and you may miss the opportunity.
If you wish to raise a point, which does not relate to an item on that evening's agenda, you are free to do so. However, the council's discussion of the point might have to be delayed until a subsequent meeting, as the council is unable to make a decision binding 'in law (this is particularly relevant to financial decisions) unless a specific item is included on the agenda.

Members of the council are always willing to discuss topics put forward by the public. Our agenda is prepared about a week before the next council meeting so you will need to inform the Clerk or the Chairman about 10 days prior to the meeting. Although this might seem a long time in advance, the council is required by law to publicise its agenda at least three clear days before each meeting.

Once the public session is over, members of the public are not entitled to speak during the formal business of the council unless specifically invited to do so by the meeting chairman. In certain circumstances the public may be asked to leave the meeting, this is at the Chairman's discretion.

Tollerton Parish Boundary

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