Decisions

Decisions published

04/12/2018 - Macclesfield Leisure Centre Redevelopment ref: 2204    Recommendations Approved

Decision maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/12/2018 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/12/2018

Effective from: 14/12/2018

Decision:

Cabinet considered a report which sought approval for the Council to enter into a contract for works at Macclesfield Leisure Centre. The works related to the swimming pool village change facility, spa, fitness studio spaces and customer reception.

 

Councillor L Durham spoke in support of the proposal as a local ward member.

 

RESOLVED

 

That Cabinet delegates authority to the Executive Director of Place, in consultation with the Director of Legal Services and the S151 Officer, to enter into a contract to deliver works at Macclesfield Leisure Centre.

 


04/12/2018 - Havannah Primary School - Proposed Change to Age Range ref: 2206    Recommendations Approved

Decision maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/12/2018 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/12/2018

Effective from: 14/12/2018

Decision:

Cabinet considered a request from the Governors of Havannah Primary School, Congleton for a permanent change to the age range of the school from 4-11 to age 3-11, to take effect from January 2019.

 

Following a four week representation period, no objections to the proposal had been received.

 

RESOLVED

 

That Cabinet approves the proposed change in age range for Havannah Primary School, Congleton from 4-11 year olds to 3-11 year olds for implementation from January 2019, having given due consideration to the response to the statutory public notice.

 

 

At the conclusion of the meeting, the Chairman thanked everyone for their attendance and wished them a Happy Christmas.

 


04/12/2018 - Public Realm Improvements Castle Street Macclesfield - Authority to Enter into a Contract ref: 2203    Recommendations Approved

Decision maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/12/2018 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/12/2018

Effective from: 14/12/2018

Decision:

Cabinet considered a report which sought approval to award a contract to improve the public realm on Castle Street, Macclesfield. The package of works, which had been approved by the Portfolio Holder for Housing, Planning and Regeneration, included widened footways, tactile paving, provision for limited tree planting and engraved text and public art to promote Macclesfield’s culture, heritage and local distinctiveness. 

 

RESOLVED

 

That Cabinet

 

1.    delegates authority to the Executive Director of Place, in consultation with the Director of Legal Services and the S151 Officer, to enter into contractual arrangements to deliver works to improve the public realm on Castle Street Macclesfield, following a compliant procurement process;

 

2.    notes the package of works approved by the Portfolio Holder for Housing, Planning and Regeneration for Castle Street; and

 

3.    notes the requirement to close temporarily part of Churchill Way Car Park to accommodate a site compound for the duration of construction works subject to any required statutory processes.

 


04/12/2018 - Cheshire East Air Quality Strategy 2018 Update ref: 2205    Recommendations Approved

Decision maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 04/12/2018 - Cabinet

Decision published: 06/12/2018

Effective from: 14/12/2018

Decision:

Cabinet considered a report recommending the approval of the Cheshire East Air Quality Strategy. The purpose of the Strategy was to ensure that air quality was taken into account in all relevant decisions of the Council.

 

In response to concerns expressed by Councillor S Corcoran regarding poor air quality levels in Middlewich Road, Sandbach, and the health implications for children walking to school, the Portfolio Holder for Housing, Planning and Regeneration confirmed that air quality levels in Middlewich Road were being monitored and were currently below the level at which they would be considered unsafe.

 

RESOLVED

 

That the Air Quality Strategy be approved.

 


04/12/2018 - Social Franchise Award Round 5 - Connected Communities Centres ref: 2202    Recommendations Approved

To determine the award of Connected Communities Centre social franchisee status to eight applicants which meet the criteria approved by Cheshire East Council

Decision maker: Portfolio Holder for Adult Social Care and Integration

Decision published: 04/12/2018

Effective from: 12/12/2018

Decision:

That

 

1.   the Connected Communities Centre status be awarded to the following venues:

 

·         Booth Lane Methodist Church, Middlewich, Cledford

·         Changing Lives Community Centre, Crewe East

·         Stapeley Village Hall, Nantwich South & Stapeley

·         Victoria Hall, Middlewich Town 

·         Alsager Library

·         Middlewich Library

·         Nantwich Library

·         Sandbach Library

 

2.   a grant of a maximum of £5,000 over 2 years be awarded to reserve the use of facilities for the delivery of early intervention and prevention services to Changing Lives Community Centre, Victoria Hall, Booth Lane Methodist Church and Stapeley Village Hall.  The libraries will not receive the social franchise grant.

Wards affected: Alsager; Crewe East; Middlewich; Nantwich South and Stapeley; Sandbach Town;

Lead officer: Dawn Clark


30/11/2018 - Brownfield Land Register ref: 2201    Recommendations Approved

The Council published its first Brownfield Land Register in December 2017. It is a legal requirement for local planning authorities to prepare, publish and update, at least once a year, a Brownfield Land Register. Agreement is sought to publish the Council’s first update of the Brownfield Land Register by the statutory deadline of 31 December 2018. The purpose of brownfield registers is to provide up-to-date, publicly available information on brownfield land that is suitable for housing. 

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Decision maker: Portfolio Holder for Housing, Planning and Regeneration

Decision published: 30/11/2018

Effective from: 08/12/2018

Decision:

That the Cheshire East Brownfield Land Register be approved and published by 31 December 2018.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Jeremy Owens