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Decisions published

20/03/2020 - Clean Air Zone programme additional spend request ref: 767    Recommendations Approved

The Cabinet decision made in 2018 gave officers delegated authority to accept the funding award of up to £2m. It is necessary to take this decision, noted above, as the forecast spend through to the additional Cabinet approval exceeds that delegated authority by £476k.

Decision Maker: Executive Director: Resources

Decision published: 25/03/2020

Effective from: 20/03/2020


•In March 2018 Cabinet authorised the receipt and spending of up to £2m grant funding from JAQU (the Joint Air Quality Unit) for the Clean Air Zone Feasibility Study. Due to the additional work required by Central Government before approval of a final scheme can be granted, the project forecast now exceeds this. Additional funding is therefore required to continue developing the Full Business Case, due for submission in September 2020. JAQU have confirmed the provision of additional funding, however, pending further approval being sought at the next Cabinet on the 9th April 2020, it is necessary to make this decision to cover funding up to that point.
•This will take the total spend to date up to £2.5m. The additional spend not covered by the Cabinet approval is estimated as £476,000, and the Executive Director of Resources – Head of Paid Service has delegated authority to approve this. The decision is to approve both the receipt of these funds from JAQU and the spend up to the next Cabinet approval.
•The Cabinet report will then include a request for additional spend to take the project through to the completion of the Full Business Case and also to begin implementation of the medium zone which will be a further £12m.

Lead officer: Sarah Wilson

18/03/2020 - Approval to complete land payments for the AVTM MetroBus project ref: 766    Recommendations Approved

After approximately three years of construction, the AVTM MetroBus scheme commenced operation in September 2018. The majority of the land over which the scheme was built was used under powers of license granted by the Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) 2013.
* Now that construction is complete and the final land take of the project has been confirmed, the final payments for land used can be made through the fifth and final TWAO General Vesting Declaration process.

Decision Maker: Executive Director: Growth and Regeneration

Decision published: 25/03/2020

Effective from: 18/03/2020


That the Executive Director for Growth and Regeneration, in exercising the powers delegated to him by Cabinet in October 2014, approves that payments be made to all landowners whose Full and Final payment requests are approved by Carter Jonas, to a maximum of £1,381.522.

Lead officer: Louise Baker

13/02/2020 - Primary and secondary school admission arrangements and co-ordinated scheme for the 2021/2022 academic year ref: 765    Recommendations Approved

The admission arrangements are largely unchanged. However, minor changes to wording/phrasing have been written in line with guidance from the DfE.
Reduction in pupil admission numbers at Nova Primary School and Summerhill Infant school was made in calibration with the school in response to falling birth rates and the resulting drop in demand for primary school places.

Decision Maker: Director: Educational Improvement

Decision published: 19/03/2020

Effective from: 13/02/2020


To agree the proposed school admission arrangements and co-ordinated schemes for primary and secondary schools for the 2021/2022 academic year.
To agree the proposals to reduce the Published Admission Number (PAN) at the following schools:
•Nova Primary School – From 60 to 30
•Summerhill Infant School – From 90 to 60

Lead officer: Alison Hurley

17/03/2020 - Policy to determine application for a Banning Order ref: 764    Recommendations Approved

Part 2, Chapter 2 of the Housing and Planning Act 2016 enables Local Authorities to apply to the First-tier Tribunal to impose a banning order on a landlord following conviction for a banning order offence.
The Council is required to have in place its own policy on when to pursue a banning order.

Decision Maker: Director: Housing and Landlord Services

Decision published: 18/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020


Agreeing to the Policy to determine application for a Banning Order.

Lead officer: Louise Baker