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Agenda, decisions and minutes

Venue: Collingwood Room - Civic Offices. View directions

Contact: Democratic Services 

Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for Absence

Minutes:

There were no apologies given for this meeting.

2.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 165 KB

To confirm as a correct record the minutes of the meeting of Executive held on 10 July 2017.

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the minutes of the Executive held on the 10 July 2017 be confirmed and signed as a correct record.

3.

Executive Leader's Announcements

Minutes:

Cranleigh Road Appeal decision

The Executive Leader announced that further to the Council’s press release of the 15th August following the disappointing Appeal decision, the Executive will be receiving a report at the 9th October Executive meeting in relation to the implications for the Council’s five year housing land supply position.  The Executive Leader stated that the report will advise on the proposed measures to address any shortfall in housing supply given the decision.  He further stated that, in parallel, the Council is taking legal advice on the soundness of the appeal decision. 

 

The Executive Leader highlighted that the Council has followed the approach outlined in the Ministerial Statement which was made in December 2014, which advised local authorities to review their Local Plans in the light of new evidence on housing need, and that such evidence should not be simply seen as superseding housing numbers in existing Local Plans.

 

The Executive Leader stated that the report will be considered alongside the report on the draft Local Plan which is already scheduled for the October meeting of the Executive.

 

Welborne delivery Strategy

 

The Executive Leader announced that Members would recall that in July 2017 the Council issued a press release welcoming Buckland Development’s announcement that it had exchanged contracts on the acquisition of Dean Farm. 

 

The Executive Leader advised the meeting that the Executive will be receiving a report to the 9th October Executive meeting which will outline the consequential review of the Council’s Welborne Delivery Strategy, including the current delivery partner procurement process, in the light of this significant change in the land assembly of the site, following the implementation of the Council’s development strategy. 

 

Welborne Healthcare Provision

 

The Executive Leader advised the meeting that a press release had been released this evening in respect of the provision for healthcare for the residents of the new Welborne Garden Village.

 

The Executive Leader read the following press release:

 

“Residents of the new Welborne Garden Village will have a health and wellbeing hub on their doorstep within Welborne – that’s the message from Fareham Borough Council and lead NHS commissioner for Welborne, Fareham and Gosport Clinical Commissioning Group, after a recent productive meeting to agree how the authorities would work together.

 

Hampshire CCG Partnership Chief Executive Maggie MacIsaac and Chairman Dr David Chilvers met with Fareham Borough Council Executive Leader Cllr Seán Woodward and Chief Executive Officer Peter Grimwood to begin planning health and wellbeing services for the proposed new community of Welborne.
 
On the agenda for both sides was the growing demand for health services, the difficulty of recruiting new GPs and the innovative ways that technology could be used to help people better manage their own health and communicate with health professionals. Fareham is already one of the areas pioneering web consultations for GPs and a new 'Same Day' GP service will be available to 40,000 local people in the autumn to help manage the demands on local GP practices and cut waiting times for patients.
 
Dr David Chilvers, Chairman of the governing board for Fareham and Gosport CCG, said: "The CCG is committed to ensuring local people have a range of high quality, local health services to meet their needs. New technology, an ageing population and a shortage of GPs means that we have to change the way that care is provided in the future to ensure that we can deliver that commitment.
 
"We know that the way healthcare is delivered is changing so this is a fantastic opportunity to work with Fareham Borough Council and other partners to plan a hub which gives the future Welborne residents the best possible health and wellbeing support."   
 
Cllr Seán Woodward said "I am delighted that we have agreed a way forward with the CCG that will bring a health and wellbeing hub to Welborne. There are some exciting opportunities to develop innovative, hi-tech solutions in Welborne which we hope will be attractive to new residents.  
 
"We now expect to forge a strong partnership so that we can work together over the life of the development to get the right health services as the population grows.  We want to achieve this in partnership and consultation with local people and will be holding special Community Action Team meetings with our CCG colleagues to gain people's views on what I know will be an exciting, healthy future for Fareham."”

 

This press release is published on the Council’s website at http://fareham.gov.uk/latest_news/pr-040917-1.aspx

 

4.

Declarations of Interest

To receive any declarations of interest from members in accordance with Standing Orders and the Council’s Code of Conduct.

Minutes:

There were no Declarations of Interest made at this meeting.

5.

Petitions

Minutes:

There were no Petitions submitted at this meeting.

6.

Deputations

To receive any deputations, of which notice has been lodged.

Minutes:

There were no Deputations made at this meeting.

7.

Minutes / References from Other Committees

To receive any reference from the committees or panels held.

Minutes:

Health and Public Protection PDR Panel – 25 July 2017

Minute 8 – Biennial Review of Parking Enforcement Policy

 

The Panel considered a report by the Director of Operations on the Biennial Review of the Parking Enforcement Policy.

 

It was AGREED that the revised Parking Enforcement Policy, as shown in Appendix A to the report, be recommended to the Executive for approval.

 

A report on this matter is at item 9(1) of the Agenda.

8.

Leisure and Community

8(1)

Locks Heath Free Church - Matched Funding pdf icon PDF 148 KB

A report by the Director of Operations.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the Executive:

 

(a)  considers offering a matched funding grant of £40,000 to Locks Heath Free Church, in order to extend and refurbish the community facilities at their premises on Hunts Pond Road; and

 

(b)  agrees the award of funding, subject to agreeing satisfactory terms for community use to ensure that the facilities are made available for use by the community.

9.

Health and Public Protection

9(1)

Biennial Review of Parking Enforcement Policy pdf icon PDF 92 KB

A report by the Director of Operations.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the Executive approves the updated Fareham Parking Enforcement Policy, as detailed in Appendix A to this report.

10.

Policy and Resources

10(1)

Locks Heath Memorial Hall - Asset Disposal pdf icon PDF 97 KB

A report by the Director of Finance and Resources.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the Executive agrees that:

 

(a)  the Locks Heath Memorial Hall is declared surplus to the Council’s requirements;

 

(b)  an outline planning application is submitted for residential use of the site;

 

(c)  subject to the receipt of planning consent, the site is placed in the open market for potential purchasers to submit offers on a competitive basis; and

 

(d)  acceptance of an offer is delegated to the Director of Finance & Resources following consultation with the Executive Leader.

10(2)

Lease of space in the Civic Offices to West Hampshire NHS Clinical Commissioning Group pdf icon PDF 34 KB

A report by the Director of Finance and Resources.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Executive received an additional tabled Recommendation for consideration.

 

RESOLVED that the Executive approves:

 

(a)  the heads of terms, as provisionally agreed with the West Hampshire NHS Clinical Commissioning Group as shown on the Confidential Appendix A;

 

(b)  that delegated authority be given to the Director of Finance and Resources, following consultation with the Executive Leader to agree the final terms; and

 

(c)  to formally withdraw the Heads of Terms, as agreed by the Executive on the 12 October 2015, for the lease of part of floor 2 of the Civic Offices to Hampshire Constabulary.

10(3)

Local Service Agreements pdf icon PDF 229 KB

A report by the Director of Finance and Resources.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the Executive:

 

(a)  notes the Council’s performance for the 2016/17 financial year; and

 

(b)  agrees that the 10/10 survey results be reported annually.

10(4)

Old Portchester Parish Addresses pdf icon PDF 215 KB

A report by the Director of Finance and Resources.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Executive received a tabled amended report in respect of this item.

 

At the invitation of the Executive Leader, Councillor G Fazackarley addressed the Executive on this item.

 

RESOLVED that the Executive approves the proposal to request that Royal Mail consult on adding Portchester as a new locality to the addresses within the old Portchester Parish, subject to support being obtained from the MP for Fareham and Hampshire Chamber of Commerce by the Council.

 

 




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