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Agenda and minutes

Cabinet
Wednesday, 13th February, 2019 2.00 pm

Venue: Hollybank Room, Public Service Plaza, Civic Centre Road, Havant, Hants PO9 2AX

Contact: Penny Milne  Democratic Services Team Leader

Items
No. Item

128.

Apologies for Absence

To receive and record any apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies were received from Cllr Bowerman.

 

129.

Declarations of Interests

To receive and record any declarations of interest.

Minutes:

There were no declarations of interest.

 

130.

Chairman's Report

To receive any reports the Chairman wishes to make.

 

Minutes:

There were no matters that the Chairman wished to report.

 

131.

Cabinet Lead Delegated Decisions, Minutes from Meetings etc. pdf icon PDF 240 KB

RECOMMENDED that the following Delegated Decisions and Minutes of Meetings be noted:

 

(1)  Minutes of the meeting of the Portchester Crematorium Joint Management Committee held on 10 December 2018; and

(2)  Delegated Decision – Beach Hut Fees 19-20;

 

(3)  Delegated Decision – Garden Waste Collection Charges

 

(4)  Delegated Decision – Building Control IT System Preferred Bidder

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the following be noted:

 

(1)   Minutes of the meeting of the Portchester Crematorium Joint Management Committee held on 10 December 2018;

(2)   Delegated Decision – Beach Hut Fees 19-20;

 

(3)   Delegated Decision – Garden Waste Collection Charges; and

 

(4)   Delegated Decision – Building Control IT System Preferred Bidder

132.

Community Infrastructure Levy: Proposed Spending & Revision of CIL Spending Protocol pdf icon PDF 133 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Councillor Turner presented a report providing detail on the bids received following the CIL Bidding Process and seeking the approval of a revised CIL Spending Protocol.

 

She drew Cabinet’s attention to a revised recommendation to award St Faith’s Church Havant £21.5k towards making the church accessible to all.

 

Cabinet had mixed opinions around the merits of awarding CIL funding to St Faith’s Church.  Whilst Cabinet acknowledged that St Faith’s was viewed as the Civic Church for the Borough and open to all faiths, the Council’s policy on CIL spending precluded awarding funding to places of worship. 

 

Cabinet also discussed the merits of the proposed highways scheme for Hambledon Road, which some members did not feel was necessary.  During the discussion it was explained that highways works were often put forward by highways engineers and based upon identified needs.

 

Councillor Turner proposed the following amendment to the third recommendation:

 

iii) The Council invest the available Neighbourhood Portion funds as at 

     31 March 2018 outlined in Table D in the capital infrastructure     

     projects:

 

Title and bid reference number

Amount

Requested

Proposed Spend

Cumulative Amount

HIADS Ltd (Replacement Lobby) (D)

£45K

£22,500

£22,500

Age Concern Kitchen Renovation (F)

£27K

£22,962

£45,462

Bidbury Infants School Lighting Project (H)

£19K

£9,500

£54,962

Hayling Sports Centre Extension Feasibility (I)

£18K

£18,000

£72,962

Acorn Centre Extension (J)

£51K

£19,000

£91,962

Church Access Project: Making St Faith’s Accessible to All (C)

£21.5K

£21,500

£113,462

Table D: Current recommended spends and cumulative effect on Neighbourhood Portion if all spending options are supported

 

This proposal was duly seconded by Cllr Pike.

 

Following a vote this amendment was declared LOST, 2 Councillors voting FOR the amendment and 3 Councillors voting AGAINST the amendment.

 

The Leader proposed the recommendation as set out in the report, which was duly seconded by Cllr Turner.

 

Following a vote the recommendation was declared CARRIED, 4 Councillors voting FOR the recommendation and 1 Councillor voting AGAINST the recommendation.

 

It was therefore RECOMMENDED to full Council that:

 

(1) The Council invest the available 123 List CIL funds as at 31 March 2018 in 

      the capital infrastructure projects outlined in Table A:

 

 

Title and bid reference number

 

Amount

 

Cumulative amount

Langstone FCERM Scheme (1)

£575,000

£575,000

Hayling FCERM Strategy (2)

£0*

£575,000

Hooks Row - Shared Pedestrian and Cycle Link (16)

£115,000

£690,000

Park Road Corridor Feasibility (3)

£10,000

£700,000

Elmleigh Road - Pedestrian and Cycle Improvement (4)

£269,000

£969,000

Waterlooville Town Centre London Road Shared Cycleway (5)

£16,000

£985,000

Milton Road Roundabout - Accessibility and Safety (6)

£100,000

£1,085,000

Hambledon Road - Provision of Cycle Route (7)

£60,000

£1,145,000

Warblington Interchange - Feasibility (13)

£12,000

£1,157,000

 

Table A: Current recommended spends and cumulative effect on 123 CIL Pot if all spending options are supported

 

* Funds are not required for this round of CIL Spending but a future commitment is needed to support the spending of CIL Funds in accordance with Table C outlined below.  See also Paragraph 6.3

 

(2) To commit future 123 Pot funds to the  ...  view the full minutes text for item 132.

133.

Regeneration Programme Governance pdf icon PDF 156 KB

Minutes:

Councillor Pike presented a report to Cabinet seeking approval of a revised governance structure for the Regeneration Programme.

 

RESOLVED that the delivery of the Regeneration Programme in line with the attached revised governance structure in order to meet the objectives set out in the Opportunity Havant Regeneration Strategy 2018-2036 as adopted by the Council in November 2018 be AGREED.