[Wetlandscommittee] Wetlands Meeting Actions September 2019 [EXT]

Lorraine Moore lorraine.moore at sanger.ac.uk
Tue Oct 22 15:20:42 BST 2019

Hi Steve

Many thanks for the amendment.

Dear All

Please find attached revised minutes of the Wetlands Conservation Group meeting 17th September 2019.

Best wishes


Lorraine Moore
Facilities & Estates
Hinxton Hall Ltd
Wellcome Trust Genome Campus
Telephone:  (01223) 492303

-----Original Message-----
From: Dr S.T.Trudgill <stt21 at cam.ac.uk> 
Sent: 21 October 2019 16:06
To: Lorraine Moore <lorraine.moore at sanger.ac.uk>
Cc: 'wetlandscommittee at sanger.ac.uk' <wetlandscommittee at sanger.ac.uk>
Subject: Re: [Wetlandscommittee] Wetlands Meeting Actions September 2019 [EXT]

Thanks Lorraine

Can I offer this rewrite of 1.1. which now includes the correction of couple of errors, (its Graham Fagg as Chair not Stagg), clarifications and updates since we met. I'd be pleased if you could replace this (as attached Word document and below) in the minutes.

As all aware, sadly Willy Brown had passed away and two councillors resigned from the Hinxton Parish Council.  Ceri Williams, Sam Nichols and Rupert Kirkby have been proposed to fill these vacancies [update:  
and have now been elected] to Hinxton Parish Council.  ST will be retiring in May 2020 but would still like to attend the Wetlands meeting ex-officio (see also 1.2., below).  Graham Fagg will Chair the Parish Council and Dick Jones will continue on the Parish Council for the time being. Continuity Planning will include Weir Management at the Mill to control water levels, (submitted as a Section 106 request but so far rejected by Wellcome as it was not a direct consequence of the planning). Further 106 request now submitted includes new Village Hall and recreation facilities and wildlife areas (see also 8.2., below) as well as traffic mitigation.

For the new agreement on footpaths and access drawn up after the installation of the new iron bridge, it initially appeared that Hinxton Parish Council could have a contingent liability for repairs but a re-drafted agreement has now been received which states clearly that this is not the case and the Bidwells/Wellcome will cover repairs and maintenance due to deterioration.

For the wooden bridge near the Hinxton-Ickleton level crossing, a new new path has been created from the north end of the bridge to the level crossing so that when that bridge deteriorates it can be removed without loss of access to the footpath network.

Dr. Steve Trudgill
Emeritus Fellow Robinson College
Cambridge CB3 9AN 01223 339100

On 2019-10-21 10:51, Lorraine Moore wrote:
> Dear All
> Please find attached minutes of the last Wetlands Conservations Group 
> Meeting held on the 17th September 2019.
> Best regards
> Lorraine
> Lorraine Moore
> Facilities & Estates
> Hinxton Hall Ltd
> Wellcome Trust Genome Campus
> Telephone: (01223) 492303
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