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Meeting of the Environment and Leisure Overview and Scrutiny Committee held on 14/11/2006
Work Programme



APPENDIX B
work programme for THE EXECUTIVE FOR NOTING
BY THE ENVIRONMENT AND LEISURE overview and scrutiny Committee – 19th SEPTEMBER14th NOVEMBER 2006
ITEM
STATUS
EARLIEST DATE
LEAD OFFICER
Planning & Major Projects
      1. Local Development Framework
Core Strategy submitted to Secretary of State 31st July 2006. Post submission consultation from 1st August to 15th September 2006. Examination scheduled for January 2007. Housing DPD issues and options considered by Members in April 2006. Consultation on the issues and options from 7th July to 25th August 2006. Consultation on the preferred options for the Housing DPD is likely to take place in February/March 2007.
Winter 2006
P Hartley
2. South East Plan and Western CorridorPart I of South East Plan was submitted in July 2005. Part II, which includes the Sub-Regional Strategies and the District Housing Allocations was submitted on 31st March 2006. Consultation took place between 31st March and 23rd June 2006. The Council’s formal comments were submitted following a joint Community/Environment O&S meeting on 5th June and Council on 27th June 2006. The Examination in Public will take place between 28th November 2006 and 30th March 2007. The Council has been invited to appear on three hearing days when matters relating to protection of biodiversity, the Thames Basin Heaths SPA and the capacity of areas in Surrey beyond the sub-regional areas will be considered. The Council will also be represented at the three technical meetings that will deal specifically with detailed issues relating to the Thames Basin Heaths SPA.
Autumn 2006
P Hartley
      3. Dunsfold AAP
On hold until Core Strategy and Housing DPD completed.
Summer 2007
P Hartley
4. Affordable HousingBeing considered as part of Housing DPD - see Local Development Framework above.
Autumn 2006
J Swanton/ P Hartley
Environment
      5. Waste & Recycling
The reformed Waste Management SIG has met on several occasions and will continue to do so in order to oversee the implementation of the Alternate Weekly Collection system (AWC). The first phase of AWC for approximately one third of Waverley households commenced in April, with the second phase at the end of June. The remainder of Waverley will be joining the scheme at the end of summer/autumn.
Implementation reported through SIG on an ongoing basis
P Maudsley
6. Food Safety Enforcement PlanA detailed work plan to cover food safety enforcement for which the Environmental Health section is responsible. To include the rationale for targeted inspection and circumstances for taking specified enforcement action.
Autumn 2006
V Buckroyd
      7. Graffiti in Waverley
A report on the first year of operation of a graffiti removal service in Waverley and proposals for continuing this in the future.
Autumn 2006
P Maudsley
Leisure, Culture, Tourism
8. Review of Bye Laws On hold
On hold
R Pellow
      9. Museum of Farnham Garden Classroom
Officers are investigating opportunities to attract external funding to support the development of refurbishing and improving the garden classroom.
Autumn 2006
J Maskery
      10. Leisure Centre Procurement Strategy
Development of a strategy with the Leisure SIG overseeing the process. Anticipated reports to ELOS, Corporate O&S, Executive and Council (for adoption) in the Autumn.
Autumn 2006
J Maskery

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