Decisions

Decisions published

07/07/2022 - Parking Modernisation and Environment Plan ref: 4080    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 07/07/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 08/08/2022

Effective from: 15/07/2022

Decision:

heCouncillor Mark Shayer presented this report to Cabinet.  Councillor Shayer advised Cabinet that section 4.9 of the plan had been withdrawn and 4.9 would address electric cars as a flat rate and all other permits would be raised in line with inflation.

 

Cabinet discussed:

 

a)     

As part of the consultation process, Plymouth City Council would be writing to partner’s such as the City Centre Company, Waterfront Partnership and disability groups. As part of the statutory consultation process Plymouth City Council would be required to advertise in local media and place notices onto lampposts across the areas it would be affecting. 17 other bodies would be consulted prior to going to public consultation;

 

b)     

If parking on street and have time left, you could drive to another onstreet location – looking to introduce a 24 hour stay in long stay car parks and looking to increase spaces of parking bays;

 

c)     

Plymouth City Council supported its travel and hospitality sector with parking and provided discounts to their customers. Work had been underway to transfer this transaction online through the hotels and guest houses;

 

d)     

People using parking in the city could use the Ring-go app to extend their stay time;

 

e)     

A trial for motorhome parking had taken place in partnership with the continental ferry operator, there had been many letters of commendation from this trial and in general motorhome parking for the city would be further looked into at the end of the summer season.   

 

f)      

Councillor Drean confirmed that he would look at the over subscribing of areas and the eligibility criteria for new permits and renewals for residential permits

 

Cabinet agreed to:-

 

1.     

To undertake consultation on the proposals as set out within this report, except 4.9 and to provide a report to Cabinet on conclusion of the consultation.

 

 

 

 


07/07/2022 - Plymouth Crematorium - Capital Budget Variation ref: 4079    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 07/07/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 08/08/2022

Effective from: 15/07/2022

Decision:

Councillor Pat Patel, Cabinet Member for Customer Services, Culture, Leisure and Sport presented this item to Cabinet. 

 

Councillor Chris Penberthy, Chair of Performance, Finance and Customer Focus Overview and Scrutiny Committee presented recommendations from the Committee for Cabinets consideration and included:

 

1.     

Cabinet were encouraged to act swiftly in signing a design and build contract for the construction of the Crematorium works;

 

2.     

The full updated business case for the Crematorium project was submitted to the Performance, Finance and Customer Focus Overview and Scrutiny Committee to be discussed under part 2;

 

3.     

A governance board was established by Cabinet with cross party membership as a matter of urgency for the Crematorium project.

 

4.     

A ‘lessons learnt’ exercise in terms of internal processes (skills development, internal project management of major developments, etc) is initiated in order to inform future major capital projects undertaken by the Council;

 

5.     

The cross party work to review the capital programme agreed as part of budget setting should review the impact of rising costs and scheduling on all capital programme activity in light of lessons being learnt from the crematorium project;

 

6.     

That the Crematorium project is added as a standing item to the Performance, Finance and Customer Focus Overview and Scrutiny Panel until the work is successfully completed and the facility in full use;

 

7.     

At the 12 September 2022 Performance, Finance and Customer Focus Overview and Scrutiny Panel, a focus upon Government guidance and regulation specifically regarding council operated crematoria and budget management is held under part 2;

 

8.     

A site visit is scheduled for Members to see the scale of the site and works on the ground.

 

Cabinet agreed to:-

 

1.     

That Cabinet agree a virement of £13.352m from the existing FM Corporate Estate capital resources to finance the Plymouth Crematorium scheme.

 

2.     

That Cabinet note that the virement from the FM budget will ensure that overall capital commitments can be constrained within the existing level of the Capital Programme pending the usual review of the Programme as part of the 2023/24 budget process

 

 

 


07/07/2022 - UK Shared Prosperity Fund ref: 4078    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 07/07/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 08/08/2022

Effective from: 15/07/2022

Decision:

Councillor Shayer, Deputy Leader of the Council presented this item to Cabinet.

 

Cabinet agreed to:-

 

1)     

Endorses the approach taken by Plymouth City Council towards the UK Shared Prosperity Fund;

 

2)     

Agrees to accept the UKSPF funds from Government and act as the accountable body with responsibility to distribute the funds.

3)     

Delegates approval and sign-off of the Investment Plan for submission to Government to the Chief Executive in consultation with the Leader of the Council.

 


07/07/2022 - Skills 4 Plymouth Strategic Plan ref: 4077    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 07/07/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 08/08/2022

Effective from: 15/07/2022

Decision:

Councillor Charlotte Carlyle, Cabinet Member for Education, Skills and Children and Young People presented the report to Cabinet. 

 

Cabinet agreed to:-

 

1. Approve the Skills 4 Plymouth strategic plan

 

2. Delegate oversight, strategic direction and delivery of the Skills 4 Plymouth strategic                      plan and action plan to the Employment and Skills Board


29/07/2022 - UK Shared Prosperity Fund ref: 4076    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Delegated Decisions

Made at meeting: 29/07/2022 - Delegated Decisions

Decision published: 08/08/2022

Effective from: 29/07/2022



27/07/2022 - Kings Tamerton EfW S106 Funding ref: 4074    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Delegated Decisions

Made at meeting: 27/07/2022 - Delegated Decisions

Decision published: 27/07/2022

Effective from: 04/08/2022