Decisions

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Decisions published

30/10/2020 - Public Space Protection Order on Dog Fouling ref: 1070    Recommendations Approved

To approve the Public Spaces Protection Order for dog fouling (Gedling Borough Council) 2020.

Decision Maker: Director of Health and Community Wellbeing

Decision published: 13/11/2020

Effective from: 30/10/2020

Decision:

THAT:

 

1)         The Director for Health and Community Wellbeing approves the making of the Public Space Protection Order for dog fouling (Gedling Borough Council) 2020 in the form at Appendix 1.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: David Wakelin


29/10/2020 - Response to Government White Paper – ‘Planning For The Future’ ref: 1065    Recommendations Approved

To gain portfolio holder endorsement of Gedling Borough Council’s proposed response attached as Appendix A to the Government consultation on the White Paper ‘Planning For The Future’ on changes to the planning system.

Decision Maker: Portfolio Holder for Growth and Regeneration

Decision published: 06/11/2020

Effective from: 29/10/2020

Decision:

It is recommended that the Portfolio Holder endorses the proposed response to the consultation attached as Appendix A.

Lead officer: Jo Gray


30/10/2020 - Change to Council Services due to Tier 3 COVID-19 Restrictions ref: 1066    Recommendations Approved

To update the Leader as to the changes necessary to Council services as a result of Gedling Borough’s move to Tier 3 – Very High Risk status from 30th October 2020.

To seek authorisation from the Leader to close the Bonington Theatre bar, and the bar at the Richard Herrod Centre from 30 October 2020 in accordance with the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Local Covid-19 Alert Level)(Very High)(England) Regulations 2020/1105 (“the Regulations”).

To seek approval of the reduction in service in Community Centres and Leisure Centres in accordance with the Regulations and additional local restrictions agreed by local leaders and government for Nottinghamshire (“additional local restrictions”).
To seek approval to close the indoor Café area at Café 1899 and move to a takeaway service from the premises, from 30th October 2020 in line with additional local restrictions and guidance.

Decision Maker: Leader of the Council

Decision published: 30/10/2020

Effective from: 30/10/2020

Decision:

THAT the Leader of the Council:

 

1)    Authorises the temporary closure, until further notice of the Richard Herrod Centre Bar and the Bonington Theatre Bar from 30 October 2020.

 

2)    Authorises the temporary closure, until further notice of the indoor café area at Café 1899 from 30th October 2020, with takeaway services continuing to be provided from the hatch at the premises.

 

3)    Delegates authority to the Director responsible for Leisure Services and Parks and Street Care to authorise any operational measures or decisions necessary to facilitate the temporary closure of the facilities at the Richard Herrod Centre, the Bonington Theatre Bar and Café 1899.

 

4)    Authorises, from 30th October 2020, the cessation, until further notice, of indoor group exercise classes at Council Leisure Centres, in line with additional local restrictions and government guidance.

 

5)    Delegates authority to the Director responsible for Leisure Services to authorise any operational measure necessary to facilitate the cancelling of group exercise classes at Council Leisure Centres, in line with additional local restrictions and government guidance; and

 

6)    Delegates authority to the Director responsible for Community Relations to make any operational decisions necessary to ensure the use of Community Centres is in accordance with the Regulations, additional local restrictions and government guidance, as detailed in this report.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Chief Executive


25/11/2019 - Sale of land adjacent 33 Richey Close, Arnold ref: 817    For Determination

To seek approval to sell the land adjacent 33 Richey Close, Arnold (the Land) shown hatched pink on the plan at Appendix 1.

Decision Maker: Portfolio Holder for Resources and Reputation

Decision published: 21/10/2020

Effective from: 25/11/2019

Decision:

THAT:
1)Approval is given to sell the Land to the Purchaser for the Price for use as garden land. The Purchaser shall be required to erect and maintain a fence along the boundary of the Land within 6 months of completion. The Purchaser will be responsible for the Council’s fees

Lead officer: Emma Wimble