Minutes of CC Feb 2019

Minutes of Carmunnock Community Council
Monday 4th Febuary 2019
Castlemilk Hall 7.00pm
Present: John Lawless, Ashley Montague, Derek Scott, , Angus MacDonald, Marion Begg, Robert Cochrane,
Councillor Margaret Morgan and PC MacIntyre.
Apologies: Alex Tomeny

Police Report: No reports of assaults or drug related crime. There was one report of a road traffic incident
which led to an attempt break in, the police are still looking into but have strong leads on the suspects.
Minutes of last meeting: proposed by Derek and seconded by Marion.

The city council now put the information for the community councils online at:
1. The matters that are concerned with community councils are;
 Implementation Of The Scheme Of Establishment For Community Councils 2018. It Is Important For
All Community Councillors To Read And/Or Be Made Aware Of This Notice Of The Changes To The
Core Governance And Support Arrangements For Community Councils. [We have agreed and signed
the new constitution].
 Community Council Development Session – Saturday 23rd February 2019
 Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 – Extension of Process for the Notification of Applications for
Temporary Public Entertainment Licences for Certain Events in the City’s Parks
 Consultation Invite – Glasgow Strategic Development Frameworks – River Clyde & Govan-Partick –
Deadline 8th February 2019
 The Community and Renewable Energy Scheme is open for applications – Deadline for Applications –
25th February 2019
 Public Petitions Review – Respond By 8th March 2019
 Licensing Board’s – Gambling Policy Consultation – Respond by 8th March 2019
 Universal Credit – Glasgow Roll Out – Information and Advice for Information and Circulation
 Uncovering the Environment – Project at the University of Dundee
 Community Council Information Pack – Opening of New Pharmacies
 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – Guidance for Community Councils
 Requests for Community Council Minutes and Accounts
 Participation Requests
 Factsheets 2017 and 2011 Census Profiles for Wards – Reposted 24th May 2017
John received a invitation to the 2019 Royal Garden Party. John will contact other community run groups to
see if anyone would like to attend.
We also received an invitation to attend the Community Resident Public Processions Review Group.

 No income has been received nor any outgoings.
 Current balances are as of 4th Febuary;
General Funds £268.14.
Legal Expenses Fund £2539.00.

Planning and Licensing.
Bedrock has put in a pre-application notice to have a new industrial process on Waterbank Farm. This
crushing plant will take used building materials, clean them and recycle them. A similar application was
refused in 2011. Robert has listed several objections to new aspect at bedrock:
1. Bedrock is still on the Green belt and didn’t gain approval for their original use of land.
2. the land has already been greatly altered, the crushing plant will distort the land even more.
3. it isn’t clear where the dirty water would go, with the agriculture land around the plant this could
cause harm.
4. the pre-application outlines then would have around 100,000 tonnes of building materials coming in
and out of the plant each year. This equates to around 96 vehicles a week traveling into the plant. As
there is no official agreement between the community council and Bedrock around not driving
through the village this could cause major traffic problems within, and around, the village.
Robert must wait until a full application is put forward in order to outline our complaints. He will also
contact the Scottish National Trust as they supported the village with the 2011 application objections.
Roads and Lighting
 The light at the bottom of Bankhead Road is still not working as well as a light on Cameron Crescent.
John has reported these on the MyGlasgow app.
 Councillor Morgan is going to investigate the lack of painted road lines at Hillcrest and Kittockside.
 Councillor Morgan is also going to look into who owns the old walkway between the Dickie Houses
and Picketlaw Drive in order to find out who is responsible for cutting back the hedges.
 No new information regarding 20mph speed limit.
Linn Area Committee
 Marion, Ashley and John had a meeting with Glasgow City Council members on how to move further
with the funding application for the park. We have found out we can get a maximum of £7,000 from
the Linn Area Committee and £5,000 from the Windpark Trust due to match funding.
 Derek is going to get in contact with other groups within the village in order to apply for more
funding for the village from the Linn Area Committee and Windpark Trust.

 The newsletter will be produced in May.
 The AGM will be held in the third week of May, all welcome.
 Robert looked into the lack of fibre broadband in the village and has found out that a new cabinet
has been installed partially resolving the issue as it has allowed residents at the bottom of the village
to gain fibre broadband.
 The Carmunnock Clean Up will be on the 27th of April. Hopefully this time of year will allow for a
larger turnout.
 John has contacted the council regarding the wooden fence that is off at the low green and they are
going to come and look at it.
 One case of fly tipping at Pedmyre Lane, john reported this.
 Some purple bins weren’t collected, John and Robert have reported this.
Next meeting
4th March 7pm