Decisions

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Decisions published

17/03/2020 - Ketton Conservation Area ref: 611    Recommendations Approved

To consider revisions to the Ketton Conservation Areas following its appraisal and consultation on proposed changes.

1.



Decision Maker: Chief Executive

Decision published: 31/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020

Decision:

That Cabinet considers and approves the Ketton Conservation Area Appraisal and proposed boundary changes including the designation of Geeston as a conservation area and incorporating the following boundary changes:
• To designate a new Conservation Area in Geeston, forming a smaller character zone of Ketton.
• To extend the conservation area to include the former railway station building, Station Road.
• To extend the conservation area to include ‘The Paddock’ and adjacent outbuilding on Hunts Lane and Nos. 1-3 Hunts Lane
• To extend the conservation area to include the field between No.6 and No.8 High Street.
• To extend the conservation area to include all of the outbuildings at Home Farm, off High Street.
• To extend the conservation area to include the avenue of Trees at Edmonds Drive, Aldgate.
• To extend the conservation area to include all the property boundary associated with No.11 and No. 12 Aldgate
• To rationalise the boundary of the conservation area at The Dovecote, adjacent Manor Barn, High Street in accordance with existing property boundary to include the immediate land surrounding it which forms part of the setting of the building.

2. That Cabinet authorises the Deputy Director for Places, in consultation with the relevant Cabinet Member portfolio to approve minor amendments to the content of the appraisal (such as updates to policy) or minor changes to the conservation area maps.

Lead officer: Mrs Helen Briggs


17/03/2020 - Highways Capital Maintenance – Surface Dressing Programme 2020/21 ref: 610    Recommendations Approved

It is recommended that the road surface programme approved and be funded from the highway capital maintenance allocation for 2020/21. This contributes to the Council’s statutory duty to highway maintenance and road safety.

Decision Maker: Chief Executive

Decision published: 31/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020

Decision:

Approve the road surface dressing programme, funded from the highways capital maintenance allocation for 2020/21.

Lead officer: Mrs Helen Briggs


17/03/2020 - Policy for the adoption and management of closed Churchyards & Cemeteries. ref: 609    Recommendations Approved

The Council is required to adopt and safely manage closed cemeteries and churchyards that have been subject to statutory closure orders and transfer requests in accordance with Section 215 of the Local Government Act 1972. This Report presents a policy of control, attached as appendix A, that affirms the future process by which this obligation will be executed.


Decision Maker: Chief Executive

Decision published: 31/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020

Decision:

To approve the adoption of the Closed Churchyards & Cemeteries Adoption & Management Policy.

Lead officer: Mrs Helen Briggs


17/03/2020 - Planning Enforcement Policy ref: 608    Recommendations Approved

The report was prepared to update Members on the proposed changes to the Planning Enforcement policy which is 6 years old and due for revision.

It is recommended that the Cabinet adopts the updated Enforcement Policy to ensure that the Council is able to priorities the investigation of breaches of planning control in an efficient manner making best use of the teams resources.


Decision Maker: Chief Executive

Decision published: 31/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020

Decision:

Approval and adoption of the updated Planning Enforcement Policy

Lead officer: Mrs Helen Briggs


21/03/2020 - Nursery Discount Policy for 2020/21-COVID-19 ref: 607    Recommendations Approved

TO APPROVE THE NURSERY DISCOUNT POLICY FOR 2020/21 IN ACCORDANCE WITH CENTRAL GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19.

The Government had provided for a nursery discount scheme for 2020/21 in response to the coronavirus. A policy has been devised under delegation to ensure the prompt award of the discount


Decision Maker: Strategic Director for Resources

Decision published: 31/03/2020

Effective from: 21/03/2020

Decision:

Cabinet authorised (report number 97/2017) that the Strategic Director (Finance), in consultation with the Cabinet member with portfolio for Growth, Trading Services and Resources to determine, finalise and review the Discretionary Revaluation Rate Relief Policy and other rate relief schemes in line with guidance issued by the Government and further local schemes relating to Non-Domestic Rate Relief as advised.
*The Portfolio Holder for Revenues/Benefits is now the Deputy Leader

Lead officer: Mr Saverio Della Rocca


21/03/2020 - Expanded Retail Discount Policy updated for 2020/21- ref: 606    Recommendations Approved

TO APPROVE THE EXPANDED RETAIL DISCOUNT POLICY FROM 2020/21 IN ACCORDANCE WITH CENTRAL GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

The Government provided a retail discount scheme for occupied retail properties with a rateable value of less than 51,000 for each of the years 2019/20 and 2020/21. The Government have increased the discount for 2020/21 to 100%, included more businesses and removed the RV limit.
A policy has been approved under delegation and has been updated to reflect the change

Decision Maker: Strategic Director for Resources

Decision published: 31/03/2020

Effective from: 21/03/2020

Decision:

APPROVAL OF THE EXPANDED RETAIL DISCOUNT POLICY FROM 2020/21 IN ACCORDANCE WITH CENTRAL GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19.

Lead officer: Mr Saverio Della Rocca


17/03/2020 - PROGRESS UPDATE ON ST GEORGE'S BARRACKS ref: 605    Recommendations Approved

The purpose of this report is to provide Cabinet with a progress report on the St George’s project.

Decision Maker: Chief Executive

Decision published: 20/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020

Decision:

That the progress update in respect of the St George’s Project be noted

Lead officer: Mrs Helen Briggs


17/03/2020 - HIGHWAY CAPITAL MAINTENANCE PROGRAMMES ref: 603    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 17/03/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 19/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020

Decision:

Rutland County Council

 

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RECORD OF OFFICER DECISIONS

 

In accordance with The Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, this document records decisions that would otherwise have been taken by the relevant local government body, or a committee, sub-committee of that body or joint committee in which that body participates but have been delegated to an officer of that body.

 

17th March 2020

 

DECISION TAKER (name and title)

 

Name: Helen Briggs

 

Title: Chief Executive Officer

 

DELEGATION GIVEN UNDER

           

Text Box: X            A specific express authorisation (at a meeting, include date and name of meeting):

            Cabinet – 17th March 2020. Consultation with Cabinet Members to enable a delegated decision to be taken under the urgent delegation below

 

Text Box: X            Under general authorisation (in the constitution or other document stating        what section applies) Part 3 – Scheme of Delegation (section 11.10.5) ‘To take any urgent action necessary in the event of a civil emergency and deal with matters relating to civil protection/emergency planning arising from the Council’s powers and duties under the appropriate legislation’. 

 

 

THE EFFECT OF THE DECISION

           

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Update purposes

 

ARE YOU FOLLOWING A PROCESS TO COME TO THE RESULTED ACTION OR ARE YOU MAKING A CHOICE BETWEEN TWO OR MORE ALTERNATIVES?

            Following a process – No further action required

Text Box: X
 

            Choosing between alternatives

 

IS THE RECORD OF THE DECISION, INCLUDING THE DATE, DECISION AND REASONS ALREADY PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANY OTHER STATUTORY REQUIREMENT?

Text Box: X

            Yes (on the forward plan) – No further action required

 

            No

 

 

TITLE OF DECISION:

Highways Capital Maintenance – Surface Dressing Programme 2020/21

 

PURPOSE OF THE DECISION

To approve the road surface dressing programme for 2020/21 which will be funded from the 2020/21 highway maintenance capital maintenance allocation.

 

DECISION DETAIL

Approve the road surface dressing programme, funded from the highways capital maintenance allocation for 2020/21.

 

REASON FOR THE DECISION

It is recommended that the road surface programme approved and be funded from the highway capital maintenance allocation for 2020/21.  This contributes to the Council’s statutory duty to highway maintenance and road safety. 

 

OTHER OPTIONS CONSIDERED AND REJECTED

N/A

 

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT BODY DECLARATION OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST OF MEMBERS GIVEN IF AUTHORISATION WAS GIVEN AT A MEETING

None

 

 

 

SUMMARY OF EXEMPT OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION NOT DISCLOSED

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

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Date: 17/03/2020

 


17/03/2020 - POLICY FOR THE ADOPTION AND MANAGEMENT OF CLOSED CEMETERIES AND CHURCHYARDS ref: 602    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 17/03/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 19/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020

Decision:

Rutland County Council

 

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RECORD OF OFFICER DECISIONS

 

In accordance with The Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, this document records decisions that would otherwise have been taken by the relevant local government body, or a committee, sub-committee of that body or joint committee in which that body participates but have been delegated to an officer of that body.

 

17th March 2020

 

DECISION TAKER (name and title)

 

Name: Helen Briggs

 

Title: Chief Executive Officer

 

DELEGATION GIVEN UNDER

           

Text Box: X            A specific express authorisation (at a meeting, include date and name of meeting):

            Cabinet – 17th March 2020. Consultation with Cabinet Members to enable a delegated decision to be taken under the urgent delegation below

           

 

Text Box: X            Under general authorisation (in the constitution or other document stating        what section applies) Part 3 – Scheme of Delegation (section 11.10.5) ‘To take any urgent action necessary in the event of a civil emergency and deal with matters relating to civil protection/emergency planning arising from the Council’s powers and duties under the appropriate legislation’. 

 

THE EFFECT OF THE DECISION

           

Grant a permission or Licence

Affect the rights of an individual

Text Box: XAward a contract or incur expenditure which materially affects the council’s    financial position

 

Update purposes

 

ARE YOU FOLLOWING A PROCESS TO COME TO THE RESULTED ACTION OR ARE YOU MAKING A CHOICE BETWEEN TWO OR MORE ALTERNATIVES?

            Following a process – No further action required

Text Box: X
 

            Choosing between alternatives

 

IS THE RECORD OF THE DECISION, INCLUDING THE DATE, DECISION AND REASONS ALREADY PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANY OTHER STATUTORY REQUIREMENT?

Text Box: X

            Yes (on the forward plan) – No further action required

 

            No

 

 

 

TITLE OF DECISION:

Policy for the adoption and management of closed Churchyards & Cemeteries.

 

PURPOSE OF THE DECISION

The Council is required to adopt and safely manage closed cemeteries and churchyards that have been subject to statutory closure orders and transfer requests in accordance with Section 215 of the Local Government Act 1972. This Report presents a policy of control, attached as appendix A, that affirms the future process by which this obligation will be executed.

 

DECISION DETAIL

To approve the adoption of the Closed Churchyards & Cemeteries Adoption & Management Policy.

 

REASON FOR THE DECISION

The council is required to appropriately address the management and adoption of closed cemeteries and churchyards in accordance with statutory and regulatory requirements. Prudently that is done in the context of a formal and adopted policy which is now presented for approval.

 

 

OTHER OPTIONS CONSIDERED AND REJECTED

Once the Council is served a Notice under Section 215 acceptance is required. This is not something that the Council is able to refuse

 

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT BODY DECLARATION OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST OF MEMBERS GIVEN IF AUTHORISATION WAS GIVEN AT A MEETING

None

 

 

SUMMARY OF EXEMPT OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION NOT DISCLOSED

N/A

 

 

 

 

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Date: 17/03/2020

 


17/03/2020 - PLANNING ENFORCEMENT POLICY ref: 601    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 17/03/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 19/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020

Decision:

Rutland County Council

 

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RECORD OF OFFICER DECISIONS

 

In accordance with The Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, this document records decisions that would otherwise have been taken by the relevant local government body, or a committee, sub-committee of that body or joint committee in which that body participates but have been delegated to an officer of that body.

 

17th March 2020

 

DECISION TAKER (name and title)

 

Name: Helen Briggs

 

Title: Chief Executive Officer

 

DELEGATION GIVEN UNDER

           

Text Box: X            A specific express authorisation (at a meeting, include date and name of meeting):

            Cabinet – 17th March 2020. Consultation with Cabinet Members to enable a delegated decision to be taken under the urgent delegation below

 

Text Box: X            Under general authorisation (in the constitution or other document stating        what section applies) Part 3 – Scheme of Delegation (section 11.10.5) ‘To take any urgent action necessary in the event of a civil emergency and deal with matters relating to civil protection/emergency planning arising from the Council’s powers and duties under the appropriate legislation’. 

 

 

THE EFFECT OF THE DECISION

           

Grant a permission or Licence

Text Box: x

Affect the rights of an individual

Award a contract or incur expenditure which materially affects the council’s    financial position

 

Update purposes

 

ARE YOU FOLLOWING A PROCESS TO COME TO THE RESULTED ACTION OR ARE YOU MAKING A CHOICE BETWEEN TWO OR MORE ALTERNATIVES?

            Following a process – No further action required

Text Box: X
 

            Choosing between alternatives

 

IS THE RECORD OF THE DECISION, INCLUDING THE DATE, DECISION AND REASONS ALREADY PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANY OTHER STATUTORY REQUIREMENT?

Text Box: X

            Yes (on the forward plan) – No further action required

 

            No

 

 

 

TITLE OF DECISION:

Planning Enforcement Policy

 

PURPOSE OF THE DECISION

The report was prepared to update Members on the proposed changes to the Planning Enforcement policy which is 6 years old and dude for revision.

 

 

DECISION DETAIL

To approve and adopt the updated Planning Enforcement Policy

 

 

REASON FOR THE DECISION

It is recommended that the Cabinet adopts the updated Enforcement Policy to ensure that the Council is able to priorities the investigation of breaches of planning control in an efficient manner making best use of the teams resources.

 

 

OTHER OPTIONS CONSIDERED AND REJECTED

The alternative option would be to continue with the existing policy.  Given this is now six years’ old there is a need to make the planning enforcement policy meets current national guidance and legislation so the alternative option has been discounted.

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT BODY DECLARATION OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST OF MEMBERS GIVEN IF AUTHORISATION WAS GIVEN AT A MEETING

None

 

 

 

SUMMARY OF EXEMPT OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION NOT DISCLOSED

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

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Date: 17/03/2020

 


17/03/2020 - KETTON CONSERVATION PLAN ref: 600    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 17/03/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 19/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020

Decision:

Rutland County Council

 

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RECORD OF OFFICER DECISIONS

 

In accordance with The Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, this document records decisions that would otherwise have been taken by the relevant local government body, or a committee, sub-committee of that body or joint committee in which that body participates but have been delegated to an officer of that body.

 

17th March 2020

 

DECISION TAKER (name and title)

 

Name: Helen Briggs

 

Title: Chief Executive Officer

 

DELEGATION GIVEN UNDER

           

Text Box: X            A specific express authorisation (at a meeting, include date and name of meeting):

            Cabinet 17th March 2020. Consultation with Cabinet Members to enable a delegated decision to be taken under the urgent delegation below

           

 

Text Box: X            Under general authorisation (in the constitution or other document stating        what section applies) Part 3 – Scheme of Delegation (section 11.10.5) ‘To take any urgent action necessary in the event of a civil emergency and deal with matters relating to civil protection/emergency planning arising from the Council’s powers and duties under the appropriate legislation’. 

 

THE EFFECT OF THE DECISION

           

Grant a permission or Licence

Affect the rights of an individual

Text Box: XAward a contract or incur expenditure which materially affects the council’s    financial position

 

Update purposes

 

ARE YOU FOLLOWING A PROCESS TO COME TO THE RESULTED ACTION OR ARE YOU MAKING A CHOICE BETWEEN TWO OR MORE ALTERNATIVES?

            Following a process – No further action required

Text Box: X
 

            Choosing between alternatives

 

IS THE RECORD OF THE DECISION, INCLUDING THE DATE, DECISION AND REASONS ALREADY PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANY OTHER STATUTORY REQUIREMENT?

Text Box: X

            Yes (on the forward plan) – No further action required

 

            No

 

 

 

TITLE OF DECISION:

Ketton Conservation Area

 

 

PURPOSE OF THE DECISION

To consider revisions to the Ketton Conservation Areas following its appraisal and consultation on proposed changes.

 

DECISION DETAIL

1.    That Cabinet considers and approves the Ketton Conservation Area Appraisal and proposed boundary changes including the designation of Geeston as a conservation are and incorporating the following boundary changes:

  • To designate a new Conservation Area in Geeston, forming a smaller character zone of Ketton.
  • To extend the conservation area to include the former railway station building, Station Road.
  • To extend the conservation area to include ‘The Paddock’ and adjacent outbuilding on Hunts Lane and Nos. 1-3 Hunts Lane
  • To extend the conservation area to include the field between No.6 and No.8 High Street.
  • To extend the conservation area to include all of the outbuildings at Home Farm, off High Street.
  • To extend the conservation area to include the avenue of Trees at Edmonds Drive, Aldgate.

·       To extend the conservation area to include all the property boundary associated with No.11 and No. 12 Aldgate

  • To rationalise the boundary of the conservation area at The Dovecote, adjacent Manor Barn, High Street in accordance with existing property boundary to include the immediate land surrounding it which forms part of the setting of the building. 

2.       That Cabinet authorises the Deputy Director for Places, in consultation with the relevant Cabinet Member portfolio to approve minor amendments to the content of the appraisal (such as updates to policy) or minor changes to the conservation area maps.

 

 

REASON FOR THE DECISION

Officers consider that this is a comprehensive appraisal to update the Ketton Conservation Area.  It clearly defines its special interest and puts forward proposals for enhancement. It provides a thorough and robust evidence base that can be used to inform the development management process.

 

 

OTHER OPTIONS CONSIDERED AND REJECTED

An alternative option would be not to extend the conservation area and retain the boundary as existing. This would be contrary to the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 and would not fully recognise, preserve and enhance the areas of Denton which are of historic and architectural interest. It would constitute a missed opportunity to include areas which are of sufficient architectural quality to merit protection.  These alterations will ensure that the boundary is robust and justifies its status as an area of special historic and architectural importance.

 

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT BODY DECLARATION OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST OF MEMBERS GIVEN IF AUTHORISATION WAS GIVEN AT A MEETING

Councillor G Brown declared that he may be biased and pre-determined in this item as the Ward Member for Ketton. He would therefore, not take part in the discussion and nor would he participate in any agreement.

 

SUMMARY OF EXEMPT OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION NOT DISCLOSED

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

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Date: 17/03/2020

 


17/03/2020 - AGRESSO DELEGATION ref: 597    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 17/03/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 19/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020

Decision:

Rutland County Council

 

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RECORD OF OFFICER DECISIONS

 

In accordance with The Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, this document records decisions that would otherwise have been taken by the relevant local government body, or a committee, sub-committee of that body or joint committee in which that body participates but have been delegated to an officer of that body.

 

17th March 2020

 

DECISION TAKER (name and title)

 

Name: Helen Briggs

 

Title: Chief Executive Officer

 

DELEGATION GIVEN UNDER

           

Text Box: X            A specific express authorisation (at a meeting, include date and name of meeting):

            Cabinet – 17th March 202.  Consultation with Cabinet Members to enable a      delegated decision to be taken under the urgent delegation below

 

Text Box: X            Under general authorisation (in the constitution or other document stating        what section applies) Part 3 – Scheme of Delegation (section 11.10.5) ‘To take any urgent action necessary in the event of a civil emergency and deal with matters relating to civil protection/emergency planning arising from the Council’s powers and duties under the appropriate legislation’. 

 

 

THE EFFECT OF THE DECISION

           

Grant a permission or Licence

Affect the rights of an individual

Text Box: XAward a contract or incur expenditure which materially affects the council’s    financial position

 

Update purposes

 

ARE YOU FOLLOWING A PROCESS TO COME TO THE RESULTED ACTION OR ARE YOU MAKING A CHOICE BETWEEN TWO OR MORE ALTERNATIVES?

            Following a process – No further action required

Text Box: X
 

            Choosing between alternatives

 

IS THE RECORD OF THE DECISION, INCLUDING THE DATE, DECISION AND REASONS ALREADY PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANY OTHER STATUTORY REQUIREMENT?

Text Box: X

            Yes (on the forward plan) – No further action required

 

            No

 

 

TITLE OF DECISION:

Extension of Delegation of Business World Finance System

PURPOSE OF THE DECISION

In February 2016, Cabinet gave approval for the Director for Resources to delegate the provision, support and maintenance of the Resource Management System (‘Business World’) to Herefordshire Council for an initial 5-year period (the agreement expires December 2021).  In November 2017, the Council also asked Herefordshire to deliver its payroll service.  This was covered under a separate agreement.

This report asks for approval to extend the agreement for a further 10 years and to include payroll.  Whilst there is still time left on the existing agreement, moving to an alternative option would take up to 18 months and hence approval is being sought now.

 

DECISION DETAIL

That delegation be granted to the Director of Resources in consultation with the Portfolio Holder for Resources the decision to extend the delegation of the provision for support and maintenance of the Resource Management System (‘Business World’) including payroll services to Herefordshire County Council for 10 years and to formalise these arrangements through signing of a variation to the original agreement approved by Legal Services.

 

REASON FOR THE DECISION

The Council has an existing delegation agreement with Herefordshire Council which will expire on 31 March 2022.  The recommendation extends this delegation and will allow the Council to continue to enjoy the financial and non-financial benefits of services being delivered by another Council.

 

OTHER OPTIONS CONSIDERED AND REJECTED

Prior to making its original decision to delegate, the Council explored other options which remain valid today.  These options have been revisited and an assessment made that none is preferable to the option proposed. 

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT BODY DECLARATION OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST OF MEMBERS GIVEN IF AUTHORISATION WAS GIVEN AT A MEETING

None

 

SUMMARY OF EXEMPT OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION NOT DISCLOSED

N/A

 

 

 

 

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Date: 17/03/2020

 

Lead officer: Mr Saverio Della Rocca


17/03/2020 - APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE ref: 604    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 17/03/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 17/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020


17/03/2020 - PROGRESS UPDATE ON ST GEORGE'S BARRACKS ref: 599    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 17/03/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 17/03/2020

Effective from: 17/03/2020

Decision:

Rutland County Council

 

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RECORD OF OFFICER DECISIONS

 

In accordance with The Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations 2014, this document records decisions that would otherwise have been taken by the relevant local government body, or a committee, sub-committee of that body or joint committee in which that body participates but have been delegated to an officer of that body.

 

17th March 2020

 

DECISION TAKER (name and title)

 

Name: Helen Briggs

 

Title: Chief Executive Officer

 

DELEGATION GIVEN UNDER

           

Text Box: X            A specific express authorisation (at a meeting, include date and name of meeting):

            Cabinet – 17th March 2020. Consultation with Cabinet Members to enable a delegated decision to be taken under the urgent delegation below

 

Text Box: X            Under general authorisation (in the constitution or other document stating        what section applies) Part 3 – Scheme of Delegation (section 11.10.5) ‘To take any urgent action necessary in the event of a civil emergency and deal with matters relating to civil protection/emergency planning arising from the Council’s powers and duties under the appropriate legislation’. 

 

 

THE EFFECT OF THE DECISION

           

Grant a permission or Licence

Affect the rights of an individual

Award a contract or incur expenditure which materially affects the council’s    financial position

Text Box: XZ
 

Update purposes

 

ARE YOU FOLLOWING A PROCESS TO COME TO THE RESULTED ACTION OR ARE YOU MAKING A CHOICE BETWEEN TWO OR MORE ALTERNATIVES?

Text Box: X

            Following a process – No further action required

 

            Choosing between alternatives

 

IS THE RECORD OF THE DECISION, INCLUDING THE DATE, DECISION AND REASONS ALREADY PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANY OTHER STATUTORY REQUIREMENT?

Text Box: X

            Yes (on the forward plan) – No further action required

 

            No

 

 

TITLE OF DECISION:

PROGRESS UPDATE ON ST GEORGE'S BARRACKS

 

 

 

PURPOSE OF THE DECISION

The purpose of this report is to provide Cabinet with a progress report on the St

George’s project.

 

DECISION DETAIL

That the progress update in respect of the St George’s Project be noted

 

 

REASON FOR THE DECISION

N/A – for noting.

 

 

OTHER OPTIONS CONSIDERED AND REJECTED

N/A – for noting.

 

 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT BODY DECLARATION OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST OF MEMBERS GIVEN IF AUTHORISATION WAS GIVEN AT A MEETING

None

 

 

 

SUMMARY OF EXEMPT OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION NOT DISCLOSED

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

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Date: 17/03/2020