Decisions

Decision records have been maintained since October 2010 when the system was implemented. For details of specific decisions taken before this time please contact Democratic Services.

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Decisions published

03/10/2022 - Allocation of Cheltenham Zero Community Fund Grants ref: 2810    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member Climate Emergency

Decision published: 03/10/2022

Effective from: 11/10/2022

Decision:

To award individual grants of up to £10,000, with a maximum total value of £50,000, to the following community groups and voluntary organisations:

 

 

£5,616 – Hester’s Way Partnership –220 new lights fitted at two premises, reducing the carbon output by an estimated 5,012kg a year and reducing costs by 65%.

 

£1,815 - 1st Prestbury Scouts Group – Replacement windows for those in need of repair with double glazed alternatives, to reduce energy use in the building.

 

£6,400 – Christ Church Cheltenham – Modernised lighting at Christ Church to save energy and benefit both church groups and other community users.

 

£8,000 – East Glos Club Ltd – Work to retrofit and install LED lighting in the squash and tennis courts to produce substantial energy savings.

 

£7,771 – 10th Cheltenham Scout Group – Improvements to the energy efficiency of the scout hut in Pittville Park, to reduce heat loss, improve insulation and replace lighting.

 

£10,000 – Cheltenham Festivals - the council is working with the festivals to explore a range of energy efficient measures to reduce carbon emissions across their events.

 

Lead officer: Laura Tapping


23/09/2022 - Amend the COVID-19 Additional Relief Fund (CARF) Scheme ref: 2809    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Director of Finance, Assets and Regeneration - Paul Jones

Decision published: 30/09/2022

Effective from: 23/09/2022

Decision:

To amend the COVID-19 Additional Relief Fund (CARF) Scheme.

Lead officer: Jayne Gilpin


23/09/2022 - COVID-19 Additional Relief Fund (CARF) Scheme ref: 2807    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member Finance, Assets and Regeneration

Decision published: 29/09/2022

Effective from: 07/10/2022

Lead officer: Jayne Gilpin


28/09/2022 - To approve appointment of Anthony Collins LLP to provide legal advice for proposed Shurdington Road development ref: 2806    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Finance and Assets and Deputy Section 151 Officer - Gemma Bell

Decision published: 28/09/2022

Effective from: 28/09/2022

Decision:

To approve the appointment of Anthony Collins LLP solicitors to provide legal services for the proposed development at Shurdington Road, Leckhampton, Cheltenham (S106 developer led, off the shelf deal) to provide 5 homes comprising 4 x affordable rent homes and 1 x shared ownership home.  The scope of services will include legal advice with respect to the purchase contract, transfer agreement, review of the S106 Agreement and Deed of Variation if applicable, preparation of a shared ownership lease and ongoing plot sale, plus any other issue that arises where advice and input ins required.

Lead officer: Gemma Bell


14/06/2022 - Waiver relating to Renewal of Underground Water main-Pipeline Logisitics ref: 2804    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Finance and Assets and Deputy Section 151 Officer - Gemma Bell

Decision published: 20/09/2022

Effective from: 14/06/2022

Decision:

To approve a waiver under Contract Rule 6.1 to accept the quote of £19, 270 from Pipeline Logisitcs for the renewal of underground water main at the cemetery and crematorium

Lead officer: Gemma Bell


22/09/2022 - To appoint BWB to undertake archaeology and heritage consultancy on land at West Cheltenham ref: 2805    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Managing Director of Place and Growth - Tim Atkins

Decision published: 21/01/2021

Effective from: 22/09/2022

Decision:

To appoiint BWB to undertake archaeology and heritage consultancy (trail trenching) under appointment dated 14th Octiber 2020 on land at West Cheltenham (Golden Valley Development) for a fee of £64,453.90 which is 43.1% of £149,545 whereby Northern Trust and Midlands Land Portfolio Ltd are liable for the remainder.