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Meeting of the Environment and Leisure Overview and Scrutiny Committee held on 14/03/2006
Minutes




MINUTES of the MEETING of the ENVIRONMENT AND LEISURE OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY COMMITTEE held on 14TH MARCH 2006


(To be read in conjunction with the Agenda for the Meeting)

*Mr J R Sandy (Chairman) *Mrs S R Jacobs
Mrs M V M Hunt (Vice Chairman) *Dr P M Marriott
Mr M H W Band *Mrs P N Mitchell
*Dr J F A Blowers *Mr J M Savage
*Mr M W Byham *Mrs J A Slyfield
* Mr R D Frost Ms M Taylor
*Mr P D Harmer *Mr A E B Taylor-Smith
* Mrs P Hibbert *Mr R C Terry
*Mrs L S R Hodgson
*Present

156. INFORMAL PUBLIC QUESTION TIME

There were no informal questions from members of the public.

157. MINUTES

The minutes of the meetings held on 17th January and 31st January 2006 were agreed.

158. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE AND SUBSTITUTIONS
159. DISCLOSURE OF INTERESTS

Members declared the following personal interests:

Mrs P N MitchellItem 8 – Community Partnerships Funding Waverley BC representative on Milford and Villages Day Centre
Mr J R SandyItem 8 – Community Partnerships Funding His wife is a volunteer at Godalming Museum
Mr J M SavageItem 8 – Community Partnerships Funding His wife is involved with Cranleigh Health Check
Ms S JacobsItem 8 – Community Partnerships Funding A supporter of the Farnham Maltings
Dr J F A BlowersItem 8 – Community Partnerships Funding Waverley BC representative on Godalming Museum
Waverley BC representative on Sport Godalming
Waverley BC representative on Milford Villages Day Centre
Waverley BC representative on JSJ Trust
Mr P D HarmerItem 6.2 – SCC Highways Department input into Development Control decisions Is a Member of Surrey County Council


160. QUESTIONS BY MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

There were no questions from members of the public.

161. ANNOUNCEMENTS

162. EXECUTIVE FOUR MONTH ROLLING PROGRAMME (Agenda Item 6.0)
[Wards Affected: All]

163. COMMITTEE WORK PROGRAMME IN DEPTH REVIEWS (Agenda Item 6.1)
[Wards Affected: All]

RESOLVED that the Committee’s in-depth review programme be noted. 164. SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT INPUT INTO DEVELOPMENT CONTROL DECISIONS – SCOPING REPORT (Agenda Item 6.2)
[Wards Affected: All]
Take account of changes resulting form Surrey County Council’s business review;
Explore the issue of the relationships between Planning and Highways in Surrey and how the Highways function is organised;
The Highways department should take a cumulative view of the impact of developments on a wider area;
Examine Surrey County Council’s involvement in site visits – some concern there is too much reliance on desktop assessments; and
The position of the police - need to explore who is responsible for enforcement. 1. agrees the key questions to be addressed by the review as set out in the report, with the additions above; and

2. the review be conducted in accordance with the process and outline timetable set out in the report.

165. BEST VALUE AND LOCAL PERFORMANCE INDICATORS – THIRD QUARTER (Agenda Item 7)
[Wards Affected: All]

166. COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS FUND 2006/7 – MAIN GRANT APPLICATIONS (Agenda Item 8)
[Wards Affected: All]

1. supports the recommendations in the report with the addition of the Thorburn Watercolour, provided that other pledges were forthcoming; and

2. pass the above comments to the Executive to assist with its determination of the level of grant for each organisation.

167. REPORT FROM THE WASTE MANAGEMENT SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP (Agenda Item 9)
[Wards Affected: All]

166. NEW JOINT MUNICIPAL WASTE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY (Agenda Item 10)
[Wards Affected: All]
The meeting concluded at 10.07 pm
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