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Meeting of the Corporate Overview and Scrutiny Committee held on 19/09/2001
Work Programme



APPENDIX B

WORK PROGRAMME FOR OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY COMMITTEES
SEPTEMBER 2001

CORPORATE OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY COMMITTEE
ItemStatusLead Officer
Review of Support Services for Members (including IT support and training, presentation facilities at public meetings, member car parking provision, accommodation and office facilities, members’ allowances and other facilities currently available to members).Scoping report approved on 3/4/01. Interim report on review to Committee on 25/6/01Roger Standing
COMMUNITY OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY COMMITTEE

ItemStatusLead Officer
Government Response to the Green Paper (including Starter Homes Initiative, Social Rent Reforms and Arms Length Companies)Considered at Committee on 22/2/01 and further reports on issues arisingJohn Swanton
Affordable Housing (including Key Workers)Housing Needs Survey results now received. Joint Workshop with Environment O and S but with all members invited, to take place on 30th October 2001John Swanton/Louise Goodfellow
Vulnerable TenantsConsidered on 5/4/01 – status report to November meetingDavid January/Louise Goodfellow
Future Health Provision in WaverleyConsidered on 5/4/01 – further report in due courseJohn Swanton
Community TransportConsidered on 5/4/01 – further report received on 4/6/01. Progress report in November.John Swanton

ENVIRONMENT OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY COMMITTEE

Planning and Major Developments

ItemStatusLead Officer
Planning Code – OverviewScoping Report to Committee on 2/4/01. Full report received from DA, currently being considered by the Sub-Group. Sub-Group set up to consider Planning Code of Conduct, questionnaire circulated to all members. Responses due back by 31st August. Report expected at November meeting of Committee once progress made by Sub-Group.Sara Whitmarsh/Steve Thwaites/Anne Bott
Godalming Key SiteFollowing the withdrawal of WWF, the developer for this site has been assembling a new proposal. Discussions on the property aspects are still progressing. The planning issues will follow. This is expected to be later in 2001.Roger Standing
Affordable Housing (also under Community O and S)Joint working with Community O and S. Workshop planned, to which all members of the council invited, as well as reps from police and health authority, to take place on 30th October 2001.Daniel Hawes/Louise Goodfellow
Future of Dunsfold AirfieldNow that the legal issues surrounding the present planning status of the site have been settled, BAE Systems are still considering their future proposals.Roger Standing

Environment

Integration of Waste and Recyclable CollectionScoping report to Committee on 5/6/01. Waste Management Review SIG established – to meet on 18/9/01 and report back to next applicable meeting of Environment O and SMartin Shorten/Louise Goodfellow
LA21 StrategyAnnual update and six month interim item on Action Plans to be presented to this Committee in advance of the Executive.Su Gilfrin

Cultural and Leisure Provision and Youth

Under consideration by WBC/SCC Partnership Committee
Services to Young PeopleOn hold - awaiting outcome of Surrey County Council discussions on Area Committees.Steve Tilbury
Drop-In Centre – FarnhamRichard Gates, Portfolio Holder for Leisure, to meet with Steve Tilbury.Steve Tilbury
TourismYear Two Fundamental Service Review – anticipate to be able to report early in 2002Steve Tilbury
Museum of FarnhamYear Two Fundamental Service Review. Received legal advice. Service Review Group considering a range of options – anticipate completing review by the end of the year, to be able to report early in 2002Steve Tilbury
The MaltingsFollowing failure of Maltings lottery bid, report to be presented to November meetingSteve Tilbury
Countryside ReviewOptions for the Review being consideredLouise Goodfellow
Sandy Hill Youth FacilityDiscussions continuing with Rushmoor Borough Council and PavilionRoger Standing
Godalming Leisure Needs(a) Godalming Skate Park agreed and currently out to tender with a view to implementation as soon as possible.
(b) Broadwater Park – ‘Parklife’ report expected in the near future – to feed through to this Committee.
Steve Tilbury

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