Decision details

Appropriation of the former Roundmead Day Centre, Chelmsley Wood

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Is Key decision?: Yes

Is subject to call in?: Yes

Purpose:

To approve the appropriation of the former Roundmead Day Centre, Chelmsley Wood, from the General Fund to the Housing Revenue Account, in order to facilitate the vacant possession of the Kingshurst Village Centre regeneration site.


Decisions:

The Cabinet was invited to approve the appropriation of the former Roundmead Day Centre, Chelmsley Wood, from the General Fund to the Housing Revenue Account, in order to facilitate the vacant possession of the Kingshurst Village Centre regeneration site.

 

The report provided Members with the background to the proposal and the options which had been considered which were set out in section 4 of the report.

 

The property was owned by the Council and had been declared surplus by Adult Care and Support. The building had been used briefly during the Covid pandemic, however all operations had now ceased and the building was once again void.

 

The use of the property for the relocation of the CCTV control centre would support the delivery of the Kingshurst Village Centre regeneration programme, and would bring a vacant building back into beneficial use.

 

 

RESOLVED:

(i)  That the use of the vacant former Roundmead Day Centre as the preferred option for the relocation of the Kingshurst CCTV control centre, in order to support the Kingshurst Village Centre site assembly process be approved; and

 

(ii)  That the appropriation of the property from the General Fund to the Housing Revenue Account on the terms set out in the report be approved.

 

Report author: David Waterson

Publication date: 16/07/2021

Date of decision: 15/07/2021

Decided at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Cabinet

Effective from: 24/07/2021

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