Decisions

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Decisions published

26/03/2024 - In-house CCTV Monitoring Business Case (Key Decision) ref: 885    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 26/03/2024 - Cabinet

Decision published: 27/03/2024

Effective from: 04/04/2024

Decision:

AGREED that Cabinet:

 

a)        approve the creation of a new CCTV Control Centre as set out in the exempt Appendix;

 

b)       formally give notice of termination to the CCTV Partnership; and

 

c)        allocate £30k from the Capital Feasibility Reserve in order for the full business case proposal to be developed in line with Towns Fund Requirements and report back to Cabinet on the outcome of such, with detailed financial implications of the Capital costs.


26/03/2024 - Growth Investment Fund ref: 878    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 26/03/2024 - Cabinet

Decision published: 27/03/2024

Effective from: 04/04/2024

Decision:

AGREED that Cabinet approve the formal closure of the scheme.


26/03/2024 - Growth Investment Fund ref: 886    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 26/03/2024 - Cabinet

Decision published: 27/03/2024

Effective from: 26/03/2024


26/03/2024 - Newark Long Term Town Fund Update and Associated Feasibility Work ref: 884    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 26/03/2024 - Cabinet

Decision published: 27/03/2024

Effective from: 04/04/2024

Decision:

AGREED that Cabinet approve a revenue budget of up to £145,000 from the Change Management Reserve to progress to the next stage of feasibility works for the St Marks Project.


26/03/2024 - Sherwood Levelling Up 3 Update - Ollerton and Clipstone (Key Decision) ref: 883    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 26/03/2024 - Cabinet

Decision published: 27/03/2024

Effective from: 04/04/2024

Decision:

AGREED that Cabinet:

 

a)    note and welcome the progress on the LUF 3 projects:

 

Ollerton

 

b)      to add the requisite budget to the Council’s Capital Programme as detailed in the exempt Appendix to cover the full costs of the acquisition and ongoing holding of the former Lloyds Bank Building until such time as the building is absorbed into the delivery of the Ollerton Town Centre LUF 3 scheme;

 

c)      to require presentation to a future Cabinet of a final Business Case for the Ollerton Town Centre Regeneration, including updates on funding, risk, any Council commitments (capital and revenue), programme, delivery route (procurement) and a request to include the project within the Council’s capital programme;

 

d)       delegate to the Portfolio Holders for Strategy, Performance & Finance and Sustainable Economic Growth in consultation with the Director – Resources and Director - Planning & Growth, authority to negotiate and enter legal options to purchase in accordance with the requirements of the Council’s Acquisitions and Disposals Policy the land holdings required for the Ollerton Town Centre scheme (from Ollerton & Boughton Town Council and Johal Ltd) for the Maximum Offers detailed at Exempt Appendix A, subject to planning permission and a decision from Cabinet to implement the scheme.

 

e)        delegate to the Director - Resources, in consultation with the Director - Planning & Growth, Business Manager - Corporate Property and Portfolio Holders for Strategy, Performance & Finance and Sustainable Economic Growth, authorisation to negotiate and seek formal commitments from Nottinghamshire County Council to secure a financial commitment for the Minimum amount in Exempt Appendix A and Tesco to secure ongoing commitment to the Public Transport Hub and car parking provision for patrons of this development and the wider Town Centre.

 

Clipstone

 

f)         to require presentation to a future Cabinet of a final Business Case for the Clipstone Mansfield Road Regeneration project (Phases 2 and 3), including updates on funding, risk, any Council commitments (capital and revenue), programme, delivery route (procurement) and a request to include the project within the Council’s capital programme;

 

g)        delegate to the Portfolio Holders for Strategy, Performance & Finance and Sustainable Economic Growth in consultation with the Director – Resources and Director - Planning & Growth authorisation to negotiate and secure ongoing commitments from the Clipstone Miners Welfare Trust to ensure the District Council will have an ongoing role in the governance and management of any new Sports Facility associated with Phase 2 of the Mansfield Road Clipstone regeneration project;

h)       delegate to the Portfolio Holders for Strategy, Performance & Finance and Sustainable Economic Growth in consultation with the Director – Resources and Director - Planning & Growth authorisation to negotiate and seek formal commitments from Welbeck Estates for any land purchase or land swap to facilitate Phase 3 of the Mansfield Road Clipstone regeneration project, in accordance with the details provided at Exempt Appendix A; and

 

i)          to add to the Clipstone Road Mansfield budget an additional revenue of £250,000 to allow for further development of the Phase 2 and 3 projects through to RIBA Stage 3. The first £129,000 of this budget shall be funded by the Levelling Up Fund 3 Capacity Funded provided by Government with the residual drawdown (£121,000) being delegated to the Director of Resources & Deputy Chief Executive, in consultation with the Director for Planning & Growth upon receipt of LUF 3 funding from Government. 

Lead officer: Matt Lamb


26/03/2024 - 14 Market Place, Newark - Feasibility and Delivery (Key Decision) ref: 880    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 26/03/2024 - Cabinet

Decision published: 27/03/2024

Effective from: 04/04/2024

Decision:

AGREED that Cabinet:

 

a)        approve the refurbishment of the entire property to a shell and core finish noting the estimated capital cost for full refurbishment in the exempt Appendix; and

 

b)       a further report be brought to the Cabinet with options for future use, including an update on associated capital costs and financing.

Lead officer: Jak Whitney


26/03/2024 - Update on Jubilee Bridge Maintenance Costs (Key Decision) ref: 879    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 26/03/2024 - Cabinet

Decision published: 27/03/2024

Effective from: 04/04/2024

Decision:

AGREED that any decision on repairing the bridge be deferred to a future meeting of the Cabinet to enable officers to establish the responsibilities of the County Council in terms of adoption and maintenance.   

Lead officer: Eric Dyche


26/03/2024 - Statement of Community Involvement Review (Key Decision) ref: 881    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 26/03/2024 - Cabinet

Decision published: 27/03/2024

Effective from: 04/04/2024

Decision:

AGREED that Cabinet approve:

 

a)        the proposed amendments to the Statement of Community Involvement;

 

b)       public consultation be undertaken for 6-weeks on the proposed amendments for referral back to Cabinet for adoption; and

 

c)        Cabinet’s feedback on the nature of applications referred to the Planning Committee be communicated to the Chair of the Planning Committee for consideration.

Lead officer: Matthew Norton


26/03/2024 - Draft Affordable Housing Supplementary Planning Document and Planning Policy Work Programme (Key Decision) ref: 882    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 26/03/2024 - Cabinet

Decision published: 27/03/2024

Effective from: 04/04/2024

Decision:

That Cabinet agree the new work programme for Planning Policy set out in Section 2 and Appendix Bto the report.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Cara Clarkson


25/03/2024 - Use of Section 106 Community Facility contribution for improvements to Sherwood Avenue Sports Pavilion, Newark ref: 887    Recommendations Approved

To secure Portfolio Holder approval to use Section 106 contributions held by the District Council for improvements to the Sherwood Avenue  Sports Pavilion, Newark.

Decision Maker: Leader - Portfolio Holder Strategy, Performance & Finance

Decision published: 25/03/2024

Effective from: 29/03/2024

Decision:

AGREED that:

 

a)      the Section 106 contributions secured through AG1218 and held by the District Council for the maintenance, repair or enhancement of facilities at Sherwood Avenue Pavilion be paid to Newark Town Council, as owner of the building, to deliver a PV scheme to reduce Carbon emissions, to improve the energy efficiency of the building and to save future revenue costs; and

 

b)      the Council’s Capital Programme is increased by £17,993, financed by Section 106 AG1218 Community Facilities Contribution.

Lead officer: Cara Clarkson