Decisions

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Decisions published

06/10/2022 - Carers’ Strategy 2022-2027 ref: 5717    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 06/10/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 07/10/2022

Effective from: 15/10/2022

Decision:

Cabinet approval was sought for the new Solihull Carers’ Strategy 2022-2027.

 

Members were advised that the new place-based strategy for the Solihull area, was to be jointly approved by Solihull Council and the Birmingham and Solihull Integrated Care Board. It would not be considered an approved strategy until both organisations had formally approved it. The new strategy had been developed with carers of all ages, alongside health and voluntary sector partners.

 

The aim was to set out clearly and concisely the current position of carers in Solihull, the valuable contribution they make to care and support in the borough, and the priorities for development of support services for them over the next 5 years.

An outline delivery plan was included, to be developed into a detailed delivery plan for each year after approval of the strategy. This would include specific outcomes and delivery timelines as well as lead officers for each action. The delivery plan would remain a live document to take account of new requirements, such as the impact of pending reforms for adult social care and health, and emerging data from the 2021 census and ongoing surveys.

 

Members welcomed the strategy and acknowledged the work that had gone in to preparing it. It was essential that the work carers of all ages did was recognised and they were supported, with safety valves in place to offer short breaks/respite care and support for their mental health and wellbeing. The work of community groups and neighbours in supporting carers also needed to be recognised. The point was raised that some carers were unable to work full time, due to their carering responsibilities, and relied on universal credit. It was therefore important to be mindful of how any changes to universal credit could affect these carers.

 

 

RESOLVED

(i)  That Cabinet approves the Solihull Carers’ Strategy 2022-27; and

 

(ii)  That Cabinet agrees to delegate responsibility to the Director for Adult Social Care and Director for Children’s Services to work with relevant health partners to implement action plan refreshes as necessary in order to deliver the ambitions of the strategy.

 

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Karen Murphy


06/10/2022 - Kingshurst Village Centre Regeneration ref: 5720    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 06/10/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 07/10/2022

Effective from: 15/10/2022

Decision:

Cabinet approval was sought to undertake early demolition works at Kingshurst Village Centre and to accept external funding to support the project in the event that recent funding applications were successful.

 

The report detailed the proposals under consideration and the three options that had been considered, as detailed in the report. Members were advised that Option 1 - Appoint Willmott Dixon to undertake an early works package was recommended (section 4.6 of the report) for the following reasons:

 

• It limited the delay to main contract works and reduced exposure to construction cost risk through further site investigations, service disconnections and diversions prior to main contract works;

 

• The site would be completely void from November 2022. Demolition of the site and establishment of fencing thereafter would dramatically reduce ASB;

 

• The properties were still subject to business and council tax rates (with a 100% levy payable from December). Service disconnections and demolition would cease these payments; and 

 

• No additional costs would be incurred for accelerating the programme and undertaking these works.

 

Upon receiving the report Members sought clarification on a number of points which Officers responded to. Officers confirmed that the Council had not heard whether funding bids detailed in the report had been successful, but as detailed in 6.3 of the report funding was in place to proceed with the works Cabinet were being asked to approve as set out in the recommendation. Which were in line with procurement rules. Members were not being asked to change the base nature of the scheme. A further report would be presented to Cabinet in the coming months which would provide a business case and details of the final scheme.

 

RESOLVED:

 

(i) That approval be given to proceed with early demolition works at Kingshurst Village Centre through the Council’s contract with Willmott Dixon (WD), as set out in the body of the report;

 

(ii) That it be approved that the cost of the work be funded as set out at paragraph 6.3 of the report; and

 

(iii) That authority be granted to the Director of Economy and Infrastructure and the Director of Resources and Deputy Chief Executive, in conjunction with the Leader of the Council, to sign any contractual arrangements associated with the award of grants from the Brownfield Land Release Fund and/or the Levelling Up Fund, should either or both of these bids be successful.

 

Wards affected: Kingshurst and Fordbridge; Smith's Wood;

Lead officer: Perry Wardle


06/10/2022 - COUNCIL TAX REDUCTION SCHEME 2023/24 ref: 5727    Recommmend Forward to Council

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 06/10/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 07/10/2022

Effective from: 15/10/2022

Decision:

The Cabinet was provided with an update on Solihull Council’s Council Tax Reduction (CTR) Scheme from April 2023.

 

Members were reminded that each year Full Council had to approve the Council’s CTR scheme and that from April 2017 the Council decided that all working age residents who were liable for council tax should pay a minimum of 15% towards their council tax irrespective of income. Pensioners were protected from any changes to local schemes and were not affected by this change.

 

Officers advised Members that no changes were being proposed or revisions to the Council’s CTR scheme for April 2023, and the reasons for this included: -

 

a)  The support for customers was based on each individual’s ability to pay and this means tested approach was fair and equitable;

 

(b) Pensioners continued to be protected under the original scheme rules;

 

(c) Collection rates for CTR customers had been achieved in 2017/18, 2018/19 and 2019/20 and 2021/22. (The collection rate for 2020/21 was less than the pre-Covid collection target and was as a result of the Council’s decision to not undertake any recovery action from March 2020 to July 2020); and

 

(d) The Council provided a variety of support mechanisms as detailed in section 3 of the report. These support mechanisms were available for any CTR claimant who was suffering financial hardship as a result of their council tax liability. The support mechanisms were in place to offer longer term solutions to help claimants with money management.

 

The report also detailed caseload, collection rates and support mechanisms.

 

On receiving the report there was some debate regarding the scheme. Some Members acknowledged that the Council’s scheme was better than others but questioned with the cost-of-living crisis and the impact this would have on residents was this the best approach to take. Financial hardship also had a mental health cost, and this should not be overlooked.

 

It was acknowledged that challenging times lay ahead. It was also important not to overlook the work done by the Financial Inclusion Team, which offered much wider support than just help with the council tax. The scheme helped identify people in need of wider support. Changing the scheme would come at a cost, but not necessarily improve things.

 

 

RESOLVED:

That Full Council be recommended to approve the Council’s Council Tax Reduction Scheme for 2023/24

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Joanne Robinson


06/10/2022 - Update on Children’s Services financial position for 2022/23 (in year) and the implications for the forthcoming Medium Term Financial Strategy (MTFS) ref: 5718    Information Only

To set out the current year and future forecasts for financial pressures within Children’s Services to inform the forthcoming update to the Medium Term Financial Strategy.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 06/10/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 07/10/2022

Effective from: 15/10/2022

Decision:

The Cabinet was provided with an update on the Children’s Services Directorate / Portfolio financial position and implications for the forthcoming MTFS.

 

Members were advised that the Children’s Services Directorate / Portfolio was facing unprecedented pressures in several business areas. The financial impact of these pressures was unmanageable within the Directorate / Portfolio. While some one-off funds had been secured, the short and medium-term implications of responding to the Joint Targeted Area Inspection (JTAI) and subsequent Improvement Notice issued by the Secretary of State, the National Panel Review into the deaths of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson and findings of further independent reviews in Solihull were considerable. The work thus far was highly necessary to safeguard and support the vulnerable children, young people, and families in the borough as the Council continued its improvement journey and established a preventative offer.

 

The report outlined the high-level implications of the current visible pressures and covered:

(a) 2022/23 Early Financial Forecast.

(b) Children’s Contingency Reserve forecast position

(c) MTFS 2023/24 to 2025/26 pressures

 

Whilst the position was an early draft that would need further iteration, the figures provided an indication of the scale of the current position and the MTFS implications.  The content of the report would feed through into the Budget Strategy Group and be considered alongside other budgetary pressures in other Portfolios, and general inflationary pressures, which would need to be managed within the overall affordability level.

 

Upon receiving the report Members thanked Officers for providing a detailed report. The shortfall in social workers was a concern and one which some Members felt needed to be addressed by national government, as the problem was too big for local government to solve alone, and it was a national problem.

 

Clarification was sought in relation to the progress of Family Hubs as these were an important preventative measure. Members were advised that although capital funding had been provided, which was welcome, Officers were undertaking further work in relation to the revenue costs required over a five-year period to run the Hubs.

 

It was noted that potential funding could be available from Fairer Future Funding, and it was important that Health colleagues recognised the role they needed to play in supporting this area of work.

 

Given the important role early help had to play the Cabinet Member for Children and Education put forward an amendment to allow the allocation of £192,000 from the Budget Strategy reserve to support the implementation of Early Help Level 2.

 

 

 

RESOLVED:

(i)  That the financial position for the 2022/23 financial year and the implications for the 2023/24 - 2025/26 MTFS be noted; and

 

(ii)  That it be noted that the Children’s Services pressures have been reported to:

 

(a) 12th September – Children’s Services, Education & Skills Scrutiny Board

(b) 3rd October – Resources & Delivering Value Scrutiny Board.

 

(iii)  That the allocation of £192,000 from the Budget Strategy Reserve in 2022/23 to support the implementation of Early Help Level 2 be approved.

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Tim Browne, Paul Johnson


06/10/2022 - Refugee Resettlement and Newly Arrived Communities ref: 5672    Recommendations Approved

To inform Cabinet about the current response to refugee resettlement and welcoming of new communities to the borough, including advising on the current and emerging issues and challenges. Additional advising on the potential benefits to the local economy and communities from investing in a successful approach to resettlement, inclusion and integration

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 06/10/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 07/10/2022

Effective from: 15/10/2022

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Austin Rodriguez


06/10/2022 - Solihull Connected Refresh – Draft Transport Strategy ref: 5719    Recommendations Approved

To update cabinet on progress with drawing up a new transport strategy for Solihull borough, give an overview of work done to date and to seek cabinet's approval to carry out public and stakeholder consultation on the draft document.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 06/10/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 07/10/2022

Effective from: 15/10/2022

Decision:

The Cabinet was provided with an update on the refresh of the Solihull Connected transport strategy and asked to approve a public consultation on the draft document.

 

Members were advised that three options had been considered do nothing, review/refresh or develop an entirely new strategy. A ‘refreshed’ Solihull Connected remained the preferred option, as the principles, objectives and structure of the current document remained valid within the context of recently issued advice and guidance.

 

The adopted 2016 Solihull Connected provided a transport strategy that acknowledged the importance of providing a more balanced multi-modal approach to movement. However, increased emphasis needed to be given within the document towards the promotion and priority of active travel and public transport modes, which would be delivered through the development of a Public Transport Vision and greater embedding of the principles of the recently adopted Cycling & Walking Strategy.

 

Solihull Connected 2016 also highlighted that a different approach should be taken to policy and infrastructure delivery in different areas of the borough, to consider the variation in demography and geography across Solihull. It currently included six area strategies. The principle of having area strategies that were tailored to different parts of the borough was still considered to be sound; however, it was proposed that these area strategies be complemented by Town / Local Centre Access Strategies, which would translate the policy and principles of access into specific measures for implementation in such centres.

 

Members welcomed the Strategy and supported the principles which lay behind the Strategy. A number of points of clarification were sought which Officers responded to.

 

RESOLVED:

(i)  That the commencement of a public consultation on the Draft Transport Strategy, and supporting documentation, in accordance with the approach set out in paragraphs 3.37 to 3.41 of the report be approved; and

 

(ii)  That it be agreed that delegated authority be given to the Director of Economy and Infrastructure, in consultation with the Leader of the Council, to make any necessary changes to the Draft Strategy, and / or supporting documentation, prior to commencement of the consultation.

 

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: David Balme


04/10/2022 - Questions and Deputations ref: 5723    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 04/10/2022 - CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Decision published: 05/10/2022

Effective from: 04/10/2022

Decision:

There were no questions or deputations received.


04/10/2022 - Declarations of Interest ref: 5722    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 04/10/2022 - CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Decision published: 05/10/2022

Effective from: 04/10/2022

Decision:

None declared.


04/10/2022 - Apologies and Substitutions ref: 5721    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 04/10/2022 - CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Decision published: 05/10/2022

Effective from: 04/10/2022

Decision:

There were no apologies or substitutions received.


04/10/2022 - REVENUE AND CAPITAL MONITORING 2022/23 AS AT 31st July 2022 ref: 5726    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 04/10/2022 - CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Decision published: 05/10/2022

Effective from: 13/10/2022

Decision:

The Cabinet Member:

a)  Considered and endorsed the 2022/23 revenue and capital financial monitoring forecast as at 31st July 2022.

b)  Considered the Portfolio’s progress against the latest 3-year savings targets in the Medium-Term Financial Strategy (MTFS) as at 31st July 2022.

c)  Approved the budget movement of £574,000 from the Bridge Assessments capital budget to the Fillongley Road Bridge capital budget to reflect the updated allocation of available funding.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Wayne Farrington


04/10/2022 - BLYTHE VALLEY PARK TO MONKSPATH AND DORRIDGE ref: 5724    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 04/10/2022 - CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Decision published: 05/10/2022

Effective from: 13/10/2022

Decision:

The Cabinet Member

a)  Noted the contents of the report relating to the consultation undertaken between 4th July 2022 and 5th August 2022

b)  Approved the future construction of phases 1 and 2 and will receive a report on phases 4 and 3 (in that order of priority) to review the schemes if further funding is secured.

c)  Approved the closure of Gate Lane on a temporary trial basis, for a minimum of 12 months, to monitor and evaluate impacts.

Wards affected: Dorridge & Hockley Heath; Shirley South;

Lead officer: Kerry Westwood


04/10/2022 - West Midlands Bus Enhanced Partnership ref: 5725    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 04/10/2022 - CPH Environment and Infrastructure Decision Session

Decision published: 05/10/2022

Effective from: 13/10/2022

Decision:

The Cabinet Member:

a)  Noted the contents of the report and the draft Enhanced Partnership scheme document, as set out in Appendix A.

b)  Supported the 3 key changes relating to the revocation of the Solihull Advance Quality Partnership Scheme, Bus Service Improvement Plan funding programme and improved ticketing offer.

c)  Agreed to delegate authority to the Assistant Director for Highways and Environment to approve any future minor modifications to the Enhanced Partnership Plan or Scheme, as requested by Transport for West Midlands.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Paul Tovey


29/09/2022 - Revenue and Capital Monitoring 2022/23 as at 31 July 2022 ref: 5716    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Partnerships and Wellbeing

Made at meeting: 29/09/2022 - CPH Partnerships and Wellbeing

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 29/09/2022

Decision:

The Cabinet Portfolio Holder:-

(1)  Considered and endorsed the 2022/23 revenue and capital financial monitoring forecast as at 31 July 2022; and

(2)  Considered the Portfolio’s progress against the latest 3 year savings targets in the Medium Term Financial Strategy (MTFS) as at 31 July 2022.


29/09/2022 - Questions and Deputations ref: 5715    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Partnerships and Wellbeing

Made at meeting: 29/09/2022 - CPH Partnerships and Wellbeing

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 29/09/2022

Decision:

No questions or deputations received.


29/09/2022 - Declarations of Pecuniary or Conflicting Interests from Members ref: 5714    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Partnerships and Wellbeing

Made at meeting: 29/09/2022 - CPH Partnerships and Wellbeing

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 29/09/2022

Decision:

There were no declarations of pecuniary or conflicts of interest from Members.


29/09/2022 - Apologies ref: 5713    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Partnerships and Wellbeing

Made at meeting: 29/09/2022 - CPH Partnerships and Wellbeing

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 29/09/2022

Decision:

No apologies received.


28/09/2022 - Questions and Deputations ref: 5709    Information Only

Decision Maker: CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 28/09/2022 - CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 28/09/2022

Decision:

There were no questions or deputations.


28/09/2022 - Declarations of Interests ref: 5708    Information Only

Decision Maker: CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 28/09/2022 - CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 28/09/2022

Decision:

There were no declarations of interests.


28/09/2022 - Apologies and Substitutions ref: 5707    Information Only

Decision Maker: CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 28/09/2022 - CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 28/09/2022

Decision:

There were no apologies.


28/09/2022 - Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) Sector Development Reserve ref: 5711    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 28/09/2022 - CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 07/10/2022

Decision:

RESOLVED

The Cabinet Member for Communities and Leisure:

(i)  Approved in principle the use of the remainder of the Councils VCS Development Reserve between now and Spring 2024, to invest in the VCSE sectors to address the resilience and capacity of community groups and organisations. This included investing in the delivery of help and support to households experiencing hardship as a result of the increases in the cost of living.

(ii)  Approved the use of £29,850 from the VCS Development Reserve previously set aside for the Commonwealth Games Schools Community Programme to fund the current VCS priorities as outlined in the report.

(iii)  Approved, subject also to approval from Cabinet in accordance with the Financial Regulations, to re-designate £23,760 from the Commonwealth Games volunteers reserve to fund the VCS priorities as outlined in this report.

(iv)  Agreed to allocate £120,000 from the VCSE Development Reserve to establish a Solihull Community Grant as an extension to the successful Wellbeing and Recovery Grant established to support voluntary and community groups during the pandemic.

(v)  Agreed to delegate approval to the Assistant Director for Communities and Partnerships, in consultation with the Cabinet Member, to allocate up to £58,590 to enable community groups and organisations to utilise and deliver government grant funded activity such as the Household Support Fund and Holiday Activity & Food Programme. This would be until March 2024.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Sara Rooney


28/09/2022 - REVENUE AND CAPITAL MONITORING 2022/23 AS AT 31st JULY 2022 ref: 5712    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 28/09/2022 - CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 07/10/2022

Decision:

RESOLVED

The Cabinet Member for Communities and Leisure:

(i)  Considered and endorsed the 2022/23 revenue and capital financial monitoring forecast as at 31st July 2022.

(ii)  Noted the Portfolio’s progress against the latest 3 year savings targets in the Medium Term Financial Strategy (MTFS) as at 31st July 2022.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Sean Castree


28/09/2022 - Domestic Abuse Update ref: 5710    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Made at meeting: 28/09/2022 - CPH Communities and Leisure Decision Session

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 07/10/2022

Decision:

RESOLVED

The Cabinet Member for Communities and Leisure noted the proposed intentions for the future provision of specialist community support for those aged 16 plus who were subjected to domestic abuse.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Caroline Murray


19/07/2022 - Declarations of Interests ref: 5700    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Made at meeting: 19/07/2022 - HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 19/07/2022

Decision:

None were declared.


19/07/2022 - Apologies ref: 5699    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Made at meeting: 19/07/2022 - HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 19/07/2022

Decision:

Apologies were received from Cllr Bob Sleigh OBE. Cllrs Caudwell, Howell, McCarthy and Wilson all joined the meeting remotely.


19/07/2022 - Minutes ref: 5702    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Made at meeting: 19/07/2022 - HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 19/07/2022

Decision:

The minutes of the meeting held on Monday 7th March 2022 were received and approved.


19/07/2022 - Key Issue Tracker ref: 5706    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Made at meeting: 19/07/2022 - HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 19/07/2022

Decision:

The meeting dealt with issue 2 on the tracker first. Cllr Pinwell reiterated the meetings desire to see a Skate Park at Heath Park. HS2 advised their position to date is that they will consider the request and make a judgement once they are in a position to do so as it could be supported through BBV’s community investment programme, so long as other funding/support from SMBC, or another route can be secured. Cllr Pinwell asked for a meeting outside of the IAG with officers from all sides to put together a plan so that when the time was right a proposal could be presented.

 

AGREED:

·  A meeting be convened to explore and refine plans for a Skate Park in Heath Park.

 

The meeting then looked at issue 3 on the tracker and Cllr Wilson asked whether tree planting across the borough would use saplings or mature trees. HS2 advised that saplings are preferred as they have a higher survival rate than mature trees and that site management takes place to ensure that saplings that don’t survive are replaced.


19/07/2022 - Highways Verbal Update ref: 5705    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Made at meeting: 19/07/2022 - HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 19/07/2022

Decision:

Paul Tovey updated members on the progress of applications made to the HS2 Road Safety Fund. SMBC have received confirmation that their Road Safety fund claims for Hampton in Arden Improvements (Phase 2) and the Balsall Common Pedestrian Crossing Improvements have been approved so they can invoice 60% now and 40% following completion of the works. Further information was requested for the other 3 schemes which would be sent back to HS2 later this week.

 


19/07/2022 - River Blythe and Balsall Common Viaducts ref: 5704    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Made at meeting: 19/07/2022 - HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 19/07/2022

Decision:

HS2 and Contractors presented the update as set out in pages 37-44 of the Agenda Pack.

 

AGREED:

·  That members of the HS2 IAG Group would receive a briefing on the proposed design of the River Blythe Viaduct ahead of the scheme going out to public consultation.


19/07/2022 - Main Programme Update ref: 5703    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Made at meeting: 19/07/2022 - HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 19/07/2022

Decision:

HS2 and Contractors presented the Main Programme Update as set out in pages 11-36 of the Agenda Pack. Members raised questions relating to communication plans for upcoming works, how long works would continue and where electrical infrastructure supporting the route would be located. 

 

AGREED:

·  It was agreed that an update on where the electrical infrastructure for the route would be sited would be included on the Main Programme Update at the next meeting.


19/07/2022 - Questions and Deputations ref: 5701    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Made at meeting: 19/07/2022 - HS2 Implementation Advisory Group

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 19/07/2022

Decision:

There were no questions or deputations. Cllr Pinwell as Chairman had received an email from a member of the public, who was unable to attend due to the extreme heat, raising concerns but this was now being dealt with outside of the meeting.


27/09/2022 - Questions and Deputations ref: 5686    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Climate Change, Planning & Housing Decision Session

Made at meeting: 27/09/2022 - CPH Climate Change, Planning & Housing Decision Session

Decision published: 28/09/2022

Effective from: 27/09/2022

Decision:

No Questions or Deputations were received.


27/09/2022 - Declarations of Interests ref: 5685    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: CPH Climate Change, Planning & Housing Decision Session

Made at meeting: 27/09/2022 - CPH Climate Change, Planning & Housing Decision Session

Decision published: 28/09/2022

Effective from: 27/09/2022

Decision:

No declarations of interest were received.


27/09/2022 - Apologies for Absence ref: 5684    For Determination

Decision Maker: CPH Climate Change, Planning & Housing Decision Session

Made at meeting: 27/09/2022 - CPH Climate Change, Planning & Housing Decision Session

Decision published: 27/09/2022

Effective from: 27/09/2022

Decision:

No apologies for absence were received.