Alternatively, you can visit the Officer Decisions for information on officer delegated decisions that have been taken by council officers. Show Key decisions only. Cabinet was reminded that, in MarchTunbridge Wells Borough and Kent County Councils commissioned transport consultants, Jacobs, to undertake a traffic study of the North Farm Estate to identify some short, medium and long term solutions to the current congestion issues on the estate.
The Report puts forward some short term measures that could be implemented within the current financial year and some medium and longer term options which would require further detailed consideration, testing black busty escort adelaide de work.
Members tunbeidge informed that work was seeking ltr tampa florida fwb underway to secure agreed Section funding together with Kent County Council Members Highway Funding to implement the short term measures. The medium and long term options would be submitted to a future meeting of Cabinet. Members were assured that further partnership work would continue and that work would be undertaken in relation to medium and longer term options.
The Head of Policy and Partnerships stated that although the meeting next week was primarily for other matters, the subject could be raised following that meeting. The Head of Economic Development informed members that the t Transportation Board was also considering the report at their meeting 3 October.
Councillor Atwood requested that budget expenditure be monitored and a report be submitted to a future Cabinet meeting on the initiatives. That it be agreed, in principle, that opportunities be taken to secure Section contributions from any further development within the North Farm Estate, in order to fund the short term measures outlined within the report and, in the future, any agreed medium and longer term options identified following further work.
Cabinet considered the Forward Plan published on 6 September The Senior Committee Administrator informed Cabinet of the following changes:.
He informed members that an extra Cabinet meeting may need to be arranged to re-distribute the work load. Members agreed to discuss this outside of the meeting. Members agreed to be flexible with the submission of this report. Councillor Ransley informed Cabinet that in relation to the North Cofield nc milf personals Traffic Study, the implementation of the short term measures were the responsibility of Kent County Council including the Section Agreements.
To consider the procurement of software that would upgrade the cash receipting system to meet mandatory payment card industry standards. BVP re: type and quantity of technology to install. All Home Counties Bereavement Service users.
Three options were considered by Cabinet, these were outlined within the report. Project proposals had been received by two specialist companies and estimated costs were provided. Members were minded to approve Option 3.
Members noted that the budget provision that was in place was tknbridge and needed to be increased as shown within the report. It was noted that CAMEO scheme credits will need to be purchased until the mercury abatement became operational.
In her presentation of the report Councillor Mrs Mayhew summarised the observations of the Environment, Housing and Health Scrutiny Select Committee following their consideration of the report at their meeting on 13 September. A tunbrjdge focus was the need to provide the best possible service in a cost effective manner to our customers and consideration of the charges that would be levied. Cabinet endorsed the recommendations and the potential other services which the Crematorium and Cemetery could provide; Councillor Cunningham stated that it was a good scheme and the people prostitutes in elizabeth nj Tunbridge Wells deserve this service.
Councillor Barrington-King recognised that there was a legal requirement to complete the works.
He highlighted the importance of developing a robust Business Plan which delivered additional porn chat bots for customers. Councillor Scholes asked that he be involved in the development of the proposed services; officers assured Councillor Scholes that he would be involved in the process.
Councillor Atwood asked for confirmation from the Section Officer if the estimated cost was based on a discounted cash flow. In response, the Section Officer confirmed that it was in fact a straight cost. That the Head of Environment and Street Scene be authorised to issue tenders for the pollution abatement project works set out in paragraph 5.
That a future report be submitted to Cabinet to ewlls approval for the award of the contract for the pollution abatement project.
That the full cost of purchasing CAMEO scheme credits is recovered in the cremation fee in order to keep this cost neutral until the mercury abatement equipment is operational; and. That the proposals new lodi milf escorts develop a business plan to provide a better range of accessible services and increase income streams to the Council be noted. In November and February, the Cabinet will be asked to approve a further stage of consultation on these documents.
Cabinet was asked ryoal agree two changes to its programme for preparing planning policy documents as part sells its Local Development Framework.
This would allow sufficient time to consider the implications of recent events at why wollongong is famous for prostitution national and local levels for local planning policy. The remaining stages would then remain as currently programmed. Cabinet was informed that the LDS would come into effect on 26 September Cabinet had questions about the abolition of the South East Ezcort and the 6, housing target it sets for the Borough.
They asked about the consequences of submitting the Core Strategy Review for examination with a different target or no target once the Royql Bill is enacted perhaps at the end of this year. The Court of Appeal in May this year found that it would be unlawful for Councils to assume that the Regional Plans including the South East Plan will be revoked until they escorr are.
This means that if we submit the Core Strategy Review with a housing target below 6, while the South East Plan is still in place there would be a risk that the Core Strategy Review could be declared unsound.
Rkyal would then revert to our adopted Core Strategy, but its status may be more open to challenge and we may have incurred ificant costs associated with the examination. The Planning Policy Manager explained that the purpose of the timetable changes were to allow the Council more time to consider the implications of these issues more fully. Councillor Ransley stated that research was needed into which areas of the borough the Council could build on.
Members congratulated the Planning Policy Manager for her excellent report. That Cabinet consider the Core Strategy Review publication document on 17 November ly 13 Octoberand to publish it for comment on 28 November Submission to the Secretary of State would take place at the end of February. The remaining stages would remain as currently programmed in the LDS, February.
Reason: to allow more time for a detailed consideration of emerging evidence on transport and flooding and to further consider escort service springfield mo sites; and b for the Council as landowner to consider the availability or otherwise of the Civic Site for planning purposes.
Changes shown in Appendix B to the report. That the tunhridge LDS would escprt into effect on 26 September Reason: Regulations require that the local royao resolves to bring the LDS into effect provided that the Secretary of State does not direct otherwise. The report submitted to Tunbeidge outlined the main points that arose from the Royal Tunbridge Wells Urban Area Parking Study and highlighted the objectives needed to achieve a robust strategy for the future. Members were reminded that Looking for homewood experience 20 20 Brett Associates were appointed by the Borough Council to prepare an Urban Area Parking Study in a bid to improve the quality and approach to parking stock within the area with options to transform the stock into one which was fit for purpose, appropriately located and sufficient in quantum.
Cabinet was informed that to achieve the aim of the Study, four objectives would need to be met, namely:. The of the study were highlighted to Cabinet, together with the scenario options. Councillor Ransley informed them that this was not a strategy but a study identifying statistics and considerations of future options. They did request that they be consulted on the of the consultation when that was available.
Cabinet was happy with their decision.
The Head of Service stated that John Street was part of the Regeneration Company project and presuming that it would be re-developed it would be taken out of the scenario; however, there would be some form of car parking retained on John Street and this was identified in the do something scenario to the bottom of the table in Appendix D to the report. Councillor Cunningham asked when the study would be released for consultation.
In response, the Head of Service informed members that the consultation period would be a six week period and would commence on 1 October In response to another question from Councillor Cunningham, the Head of Service assured Cabinet that businesses would be consulted through the various business forums ladies seeking nsa nashville tennessee 37215 the Council engage with. The Chief Executive asked that the recommendations within the study be incorporated into the budget strategy.
Cabinet and the Head of Finance and Governance agreed with this. The recommendation in the report was formally moved by the Leader of the Council and seconded by Councillor Scholes.
These priorities underpinned the de and delivery of council services, the prioritisation and allocation of resources and the achievement of value for money. The new refresh of the strategy set out high level strategic objectives, projects and outcomes, and a comprehensive delivery framework. Councillor Cunningham formally seconded the motion. Under Council Procedure Rule He asked did the Leader and other members share this view? The Leader replied that he did not.
The Leader of the Council moved the motion standing in his name which femme escorte ville quebec formally seconded by Councillor Jukes who reserved his right to speak until later in the debate.
The decision to go ahead with this consultation had been taken at a meeting of wflls full Council although not all members had been happy with that approach, the main criticisms being that the consultation could be deemed to have been premature, that the questions to be posed were too open ended, and that there were no defined options for the public to port coquitlam escort and either accept or reject.
During the debate a of comments were made by members and some of the main points are summarised below:. There is no evidence that people want this civic and cultural site redeveloped and handed over to retail. There are other options and may be it should be aells.
The report is totally unreliable. It was pushed through with no democratic oversight of the questions. As the amendment had no seconder the Mayor advised that it could not be put before the Council for debate.
Councillor Chapelard moved an amendment which deleted all of the words after the first sentence and added the following words :. With this aim the Council will publish the full, unredacted Tunbridge Wells Regeneration Company shareholders agreement so that all the facts are in the public domain. An alternative form of wording put to the meeting by Councillor Chapelard was not accepted as a valid amendment either, for largely horny male phone chat same reason.
In replying to the debate, escorts newton abbot Leader welcomed the many useful comments made by members and stressed that he and his Cabinet clearly recognised the need to ensure an appropriate model of modernisation and improvement in Tunbridge Wells. He also recognised that there was a great deal more to be done before any major redevelopment could be considered in any depth. In accordance with Council Procedure Rule 5.
Members voting in favour of the motion:. Furthermore, this Council undertakes to take of the wide ranging and diverse views expressed in this report together with the views expressed directly by members of the public, by Councillors, utnbridge in other relevant reports wflls documents, before taking any further decisions concerning the future of the Civic Complex. Members of the Council paused for a period of silent reflection. The Mayor made the following announcements :.
The Mayor thanked all those who had attended and supported Feganswellss nominated charity. She also thanked the officers and others who had taken part in a 27 mile charity walk to raise money for Fegans. Date range:. Title contains:.