Decisions

Use the below search options at the bottom of the page to find information regarding recent executive decisions that have been taken by the council’s executive decision making bodies, such as the Cabinet Meeting, individual Cabinet Members, Area Committees or the Council Meeting itself.

Decisions published

31/07/2020 - Peak Bank, Bredbury ref: 4568    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport

Decision published: 04/08/2020

Effective from: 11/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport has considered a proposal to amend the current Experimental ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ Traffic Regulation Order on Peak Bank and School Brow, Bredbury to a permanent Traffic Regulation Order, and has subsequently given approval the following Permanent Traffic Regulation Order:-

 

Proposed “No Waiting At Any Time”

 

School Brow (North East Side)

From a point 10 metres south east of the projected southern kerbline of Peak Bank, for a distance of 47 metres in a north westerly direction

 

Peak Bank (North Side)

From the intersection of the north eastern kerbline of School Brow for a distance of 15 metres in a north easterly direction

 

Peak Bank (South Side)

From the intersection of the north eastern kerbline of School Brow for a distance of 16.5 metres in a north easterly direction.

Wards affected: Bredbury Green & Romiley;

Lead officer: Julie Pelham


07/05/2020 - Strategic Investment - Document 1 ref: 4555    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Head of Service & Monitoring Officer (Legal, Democratic Governance and Estate and Asset Management)

Decision published: 03/08/2020

Effective from: 07/05/2020

Decision:

On 22 April 2020, the Cabinet Member for Resources, Commissioning & Governance gave approval to a series of recommendations in relation to strategic investment in an asset of strategic economic and financial importance to Manchester, Greater Manchester and the North West and which provided a significant number of jobs to local residents.  This was published as Executive Decision Reference CMDRCG2.

 

In accordance with the delegations provided for in the ‘not for publication’ report supporting that decision, the Head of Legal and Democratic Governance has now executed and completed the necessary documents to put into effect that decision.

Lead officer: Vicki Bates


21/07/2020 - Statement of Community Involvement: Covid 19 addendum ref: 4530    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration

Decision published: 03/08/2020

Effective from: 21/07/2020

Decision:

The Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act (2004) (as amended) requires the Council to publish a Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) detailing how they will engage local communities and other interested parties in producing their Local Plan and determining planning applications. The Council is required to consult in accordance with its adopted SCI when preparing Local Plan or other development plan documents.


An addendum is now required proposing changes to the SCI to reflect temporary changes to national regulations in response to Covid-19 as well as other regulatory or national guidance changes since the SCI was last updated in 2015.

 

The Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration has given approval to a proposal to undertake a 2 week consultation with statutory consultees to be followed by a 4 week general consultation in relation to a proposed addendum to the Council’s adopted Statement of Community Involvement.

 

Any proposal to approve and adopt the proposed addendum following the consultation would be a matter remitted to the Council Meeting.

Lead officer: Richard Wood


27/07/2020 - Waste Disposal Levy Allocation Methodology Agreement ref: 4554    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Head of Service & Monitoring Officer (Legal, Democratic Governance and Estate and Asset Management)

Decision published: 03/08/2020

Effective from: 27/07/2020

Decision:

At the Council Meeting on 30 September 2017 it was agreed that the:-

 

·         the Council Meeting approve and seek the endorsement of the revised Levy Apportionment Methodology Agreement, which was to be applied in full from 2019/20 with transitional arrangements in place during 2018/19; and

·         that authority be delegated to the Corporate Director of Place Management and Regeneration, the Borough Treasurer and the Head of Legal and Democratic Governance Services in consultation with the Leader and the Cabinet Member for Communities and Housing to approve and/ or make any minor amendments to the final Levy Apportionment Methodology Agreement, and to enter into and finalise the Agreement, the transitional arrangements, and any associated documentation relating thereto.

Between 31 October 2019 and 26 November 2019, agreement was obtained from the Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration, the Borough Treasurer and the Head of Legal and Democratic Governance Services in consultation with the Leader and the Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport approved the minor amendments to the draft final Levy Apportionment Methodology Agreement.  This was published as a joint Officer Decision on with the references ODPL75, ODBT11 & ODSHLDGEA2.

 

The final version of the agreement has now been received from the Chief Legal Officer at the Greater Manchester Combined Authority for entering into and execution.

 

The Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration, the Borough Treasurer and the Head of Legal and Democratic Governance, in consultation with the Leader of the Council and the Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport, have agreed that the Head of Legal and Democratic Governance may now enter into the final Waste Disposal Levy Allocation Methodology Agreement on behalf of the Council.

Lead officer: Vicki Bates


23/06/2020 - Strategic Investment - Documents 2 & 3 ref: 4556    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Strategic Head of Service & Monitoring Officer (Legal, Democratic Governance and Estate and Asset Management)

Decision published: 03/08/2020

Effective from: 23/06/2020

Decision:

On 22 April 2020, the Cabinet Member for Resources, Commissioning & Governance gave approval to a series of recommendations in relation to strategic investment in an asset of strategic economic and financial importance to Manchester, Greater Manchester and the North West and which provided a significant number of jobs to local residents.  This was published as Executive Decision Reference CMDRCG2.

 

On 7 May 2020, the Head of Legal and Democratic Governance exercised the delegations afforded by that decision to execute and complete documents to put into effect that decision (Officer Decision reference ODSHLDGEA3)

 

In accordance with the delegations provided for in the ‘not for publication’ report supporting that decision, the Head of Legal and Democratic Governance has now executed and completed additional and necessary documents to put into effect that decision.

Lead officer: Vicki Bates


26/11/2019 - Waste Management Levy Allocation Methodology Agreement ref: 4550    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration

Decision published: 01/08/2020

Effective from: 26/11/2019

Decision:

The Waste Management Levy Allocation Methodology Agreement (LAMA) is the agreed method by which the costs attached to the Operating contract (primarily the acceptance, processing and disposal of residual waste, recyclables, pulpables, and green waste) are distributed between the constituent Districts.

A decision to enter into the LAMA was agreed at the Council Meeting on 30 November 2017 and authority to agree minor amendments and enter into the agreement was delegated to the Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration, the Borough Treasurer and Head of Legal Services in consultation with the Leader of the Council and the Cabinet Member for Communities and Housing (now Sustainable Stockport).

The Corporate Director for Place Management and Regeneration, the Borough Treasurer and Head of Legal Services, in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport have now given approval to the draft of the agreement appended to the report (including the amendments detailed in Section 2.2 of the report) and have accepted this as the new agreement between Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council, the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and the constituent Districts.

Lead officer: Vicki Bates


28/07/2020 - GM Unlocking Clean Energy – Stockport’s Solar PV schemes ref: 4563    For Determination

To provide an update on the Greater Manchester Unlocking Clean Energy bid for European Structural Investment Fund (ESIF) monies to support local clean energy generation.

To provide an outline of project proposals in Stockport.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 28/07/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 29/07/2020

Effective from: 05/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet has considered an update on the Greater Manchester Unlocking Clean Energy bid for European Structural Investment Fund monies to support local clean energy generation as part of the Council’s emerging Climate Action Now draft plan and has:-

 

(1) Noted the report.

 

(2) Delegated authority to the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration and the Corporate Director for Corporate and Support Services, in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Economy & Regeneration, to:-

 

(a) take all necessary steps to implement the strategy in this report, reporting back as necessary and appropriate to the Cabinet;

 

(b) enter into contracts, procurement and funding agreements, as required, with Energy Systems Catapult and partner authorities within the GM Unlocking Clean Energy Consortium, in order to deliver Stockport’s proposed projects; and

 

(c) receive and administer European Structural Investment Fund monies in respect of Stockport’s Unlocking Clean Energy in Greater Manchester projects.

 

(3) Delegated authority to the Corporate Director for Place Management & Regeneration and the Corporate Director for Corporate and Support Services  in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Resources, Commissioning & Governance, to source the necessary capital match funding to the ESIF.

 

(NOTE: This item includes a ‘not for publication’ appendix that has been circulated to members of the Cabinet only).

Wards affected: Bredbury & Woodley; Brinnington & Central;

Lead officer: Paul Richards


28/07/2020 - 2020/21 Quarter 1 Budget Monitoring Update ref: 4558    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 28/07/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 29/07/2020

Effective from: 05/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet has considered the Quarter 1 revenue forecast outturn that incorporated the business as usual forecast with an update on the financial impact of COVID19, and has:-

 

·         Approved the virements to the Revenue Budget;

·         Noted the Cash Limit and Non-Cash Limit forecast positions for 2020/21 as at Quarter 1;

·         Noted the HRA, DSG and Collection Fund forecast positions for 2020/21 as at Quarter 1;

·         Noted the forecast position for the 2020/21 Capital Programme; and

·         Noted the changes to the Capital Programme and re-phasing of schemes during Quarter 1.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Jonathan Davies


28/07/2020 - Life Leisure Application for Additional Funding to Enable Reopening of Leisure Centres ref: 4565    For Determination

To seek Cabinet approval for additional funding to be granted to Life Leisure for Quarter 2 2020/21 to enable some Council-owned leisure centres to reopen to the public in August 2020..

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 28/07/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 29/07/2020

Effective from: 05/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet has given approval to the provision of additional funding to enable the reopening of leisure centres on the basis and terms identified in the ‘not for publication’ report; and the associated delegations to the Corporate Directors for Place Management and Regeneration and Corporate and Support Services, in consultation with the Cabinet Members for Sustainable Stockport and Resources, Commissioning & Governance, as also detailed in the report.

 

(NOTE: The report associated with this item was ‘not for publication’ and has therefore been circulated to members of the Cabinet only).

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Peter Ashworth


28/07/2020 - Annual Treasury Management Report 2019/20 ref: 4557    For Determination

The Council is required through regulations issued under the Local Government Act 2003 to produce an annual treasury report reviewing treasury management activities and the actual prudential and treasury indicators for 2019/20. This report meets the requirements of both the CIPFA Code of Practice on Treasury Management (the Code) and the CIPFA Prudential Code for Capital Finance in Local Authorities (the Prudential Code).

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 28/07/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 29/07/2020

Effective from: 05/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet considered the Annual Report on the functioning of the Council’s Treasury Management functions for 2019/20 and recommended to the Council Meeting that it:-

 

·         Approve the actual 2019/20 prudential and treasury indicators in this report;

·         Note the annual treasury management report for 2019/20; and

·         Note that changes have been made to the Council’s Treasury Management Policy Statement and Practices during 2019/20 to accommodate the requirements of the revised CIPFA Codes published in December 2017.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Lorna Soufian


28/07/2020 - Highway Structures Maintenance Policy Statement ref: 4562    For Determination

The document explains the way in which Stockport Council manages its highways structures in accordance with Section C of Well-Managed Highways Infrastructure. The policy indicates how structures are inspected, assessed, prioritised and maintained, and how the relevant data is stored and utilised.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 28/07/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 29/07/2020

Effective from: 05/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet has given approval to the adoption of the Highway Structures Maintenance Policy Statement.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Sue Stevenson


28/07/2020 - St Thomas's Development ref: 4564    For Determination

To approve revenue funding for detailed design work to feed in to a Planning Application and Listed Building Consent for the former St Thomas’s Hospital site.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 28/07/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 29/07/2020

Effective from: 05/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet has considered a proposal to transform the former St Thomas’ hospital site into a new intergenerational community by bringing forward an exemplar scheme that would deliver 67 new affordable homes alongside a new Intermediate Care facility.  The Cabinet has then:-

 

(1) Endorsed the principles of this key regeneration scheme for Town Centre West and the wider Borough and support the proposal to progress the scheme to RIBA Stage 4 design.

 

(2) Noted that a Planning Application will be submitted and an application made for Listed Building Consent based on the outcomes of the detailed design work

 

(3) Approved revenue costs of £370,000 to undertake the next stage of design for the Academy of Living Well and associated Highway improvement designs.

 

(4) Noted that further approval will be sought for the Capital Funding to deliver the Academy of Living Well once Planning Permission has been secured and the build cost has been finalised.

 

(NOTE: This item includes a ‘not for publication’ appendix that has been circulated to members of the Cabinet only).

Wards affected: Brinnington & Central;

Lead officer: Paul Richards


28/07/2020 - 2019-20 Complaints Report ref: 4559    For Determination

The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of complaints, as at the 4th quarter (January - March). The report also compares complaints received in 2019/20 with the previous year’s complaints.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 28/07/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 29/07/2020

Effective from: 05/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet considered and noted performance in relation to complaints as at the end of 2019/20, including a comparison with the previous year and any lessons learnt from these complaints.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Anwar Majothi


28/07/2020 - Stockport Secondary Special Free School ref: 4561    For Determination

The borough does not currently have enough places for secondary aged students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). The government has made the offer for Local Authorities to bid for SEND Free Schools. Stockport, alongside of 66 other authorities, took up this invitation to bid

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 28/07/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 29/07/2020

Effective from: 05/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet has considered the current insufficiency of places for secondary aged students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in Stockport and noted the offer made by the government for local authorities to bid for SEND Free Schools.  The Cabinet has noted that the Council has taken up the invitation to bid and has given approval to the proosal that the Department for Eduction sponsor an approved Multi-Academy Trust to run a Secondary Special Free School in Stockport.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Stephen Nyakatawa, Karen Topham


28/07/2020 - Clean Air Local Authority update ref: 4560    For Determination

To set out the progress that has been made following the Government’s response to Greater Manchester’s Outline Business Case to tackle Nitrogen Dioxide Exceedances at the Roadside (OBC), and the implications of pandemic management policies (the extent of which are not yet fully understood) for the 10 Greater Manchester (GM) local authorities in relation to the schedule of work and statutory consultation on the Clean Air Plan and the link to taxi and private hire common minimum licensing standards (MLS).

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 28/07/2020 - Cabinet

Decision published: 29/07/2020

Effective from: 05/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet has considered the Clean Air Local Authority update setting out the progress that has been made following the Government’s response to Greater Manchester’s Outline Business Case to tackle Nitrogen Dioxide Exceedances at the Roadside, and has:-

 

·         Noted the progress of the Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan;

·         Noted the progress in the development of the Clean Commercial Vehicle and Hardship funds;

·         Noted the initial funding award of £41m for clean vehicle funds to award grants or loans to eligible businesses;

·         Noted the Government has accepted the need for vehicle replacement funds for Hackney Carriages, and Light Goods Vehicles, but has requested further development of shared evidence on the needs within that complex sector before responding and does not support the sustainable journeys measure.

·         Noted that TfGM is seeking confirmation that the funding award for Bus Retrofit is a continuation of Clean Bus Technology Funds to be distributed as soon as possible as per previous arrangements;

·         Noted the government will not support electric vehicle charging infrastructure through Clean Air monies but have committed to work with GM on securing funding from OLEV;

·         Agreed the position that the GM Local Authorities will move to a statutory public consultation on the GM Clean Air Plan as soon as reasonably practicable;

·         Further agreed the position that the GM Local Authorities’ decision to commence a public consultation should be taken once there is a clear timeframe for exiting lockdown and moving to the next phase of the COVID-19 response;

·         Noted the implementation of a GM CAZ is delayed to 2022 with a revised implementation date to be confirmed in the consultation commencement report;

·         Noted the DfT’s positioning paper “Decarbonising Transport – Setting the Challenge”;

·         Noted the assessment of the possible impacts of COVID-19 to inform a technical briefing note for decision makers; and

·         Noted that the GM local Authorities intend to consult on GM’s proposed MLS, alongside the Clean Air Plan consultation and agree the position for consultation, on when taxi/PHV fleets should be Zero Emission Capable.

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Mark Glynn


23/07/2020 - Park Event Application: The Big Kids Circus, Woodbank Memorial Park - 23-27 September 2020 ref: 4549    For Determination

Decision Maker: Central Stockport Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/07/2020 - Central Stockport Area Committee

Decision published: 24/07/2020

Effective from: 31/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has approved an application from Big Kid Entertainment Ltd to hold its event (a non-animal circus) in Woodbank Memorial Park between 23-27 September 2020, subject to all appropriate paperwork and licences being obtained and submitted to the Council at least one week prior to the event taking place

 

 

Lead officer: Richard Daniels


22/07/2020 - Local Initiative Report - Marple Memorial Park, Art Project Hard-standing Area ref: 4543    For Determination

Decision Maker: Marple Area Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2020 - Marple Area Committee

Decision published: 24/07/2020

Effective from: 31/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval for the cost of the proposed scheme to create a compacted accessible hard-standing area behind the former Bowling Pavilion within Marple Memorial Park to access the planned artwork panel at a cost of £774.37 to be funded by the Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (£387.19 from the Marple North ward and £387.18 from the Marple South ward budget allocations)

Wards affected: Marple North;

Lead officer: Wayne Bardsley


22/07/2020 - Ward Flexibility Funding - Compstall Community Council ref: 4542    For Determination

Decision Maker: Marple Area Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2020 - Marple Area Committee

Decision published: 24/07/2020

Effective from: 31/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received from Compstall Community Council for a grant of £730 from the Ward Flexibility Budget towards the cost of setting up a website for the community of Compstall and which would be shared with other groups in the village who don’t have such a medium.  

Lead officer: Charles Yankiah


23/07/2020 - Ward Flexibility Funding - Blue Plaque for Ivan Mauger MBE OBE ref: 4544    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/07/2020 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 24/07/2020

Effective from: 31/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to the allocation of £600 from the Ward Flexibility Budget (Bramhall South & Woodford ward allocation)for the manufacture and installation of a blue plaque at 446 Chester Road, Woodford in recognition of Ivan Mauger MBE OBE.

Wards affected: Bramhall South & Woodford;

Lead officer: Damian Eaton


23/07/2020 - Simpson Strret, Stockport - Traffic Regulation Order ref: 4548    For Determination

Decision Maker: Central Stockport Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/07/2020 - Central Stockport Area Committee

Decision published: 24/07/2020

Effective from: 31/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee was minded to approve the statutory legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Order on Simpson Street, Stockport to be funded from the Network Management budget:-

 

Revoke No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Simpson Street

 

North east side from a point 10 metres north west of the north westerly kerb line

of Royal George Street in a north westerly direction for a distance of 17 metres.

 

South west Side from a point 57 metres north west of the north westerly kerb line of Royal George Street for a distance of 6 metres in a north westerly direction; then 6 metres in a south westerly direction (following the kerb line).

 

South side from the north westerly cul-de-sac limit for a distance of 11 metres;

then 6 metres in a south easterly direction following the kerb line.

 

Introduce No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Simpson Street

 

North west side from a point 10 metres south west of the south westerly kerb line of Royal George Street in a south westerly direction for a distance of 17 metres (to tie in with existing).

 

South east side from a point 55 metres south west of the south westerly kerb line of Royal George Street for a distance of 6 metres in a south westerly direction; then 6 metres in a southerly direction (following the kerb line).

 

South easterly side from the south westerly cul-de-sac limit for a distance of 11 metres in a north easterly direction; then 6 metres in an easterly direction following the kerb line.

 

The Area Committee further approved the statutory legal advertising of the Traffic Regulation Order and, subject to no objections being received within twenty one days from the advertisement date, the Order be made.

 

 

Wards affected: Brinnington & Central;

Lead officer: Max Townsend


31/07/2020 - Objection Report - The Metropolitan Borough Council of Stockport (Hillcrest Road & Bridge Lane, Bramhall) (Prohibition and Restriction Of Waiting) (Revocation) Order 2020 ref: 4567    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport

Decision published: 04/08/2020

Effective from: 11/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport has considered a number of objections received to a proposed ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restriction and ‘No Waiting Monday-Friday 7am-9.30am & 4pm-6.30pm’ restriction on Hillcrest Road at its junction with Bridge Lane, Bramhall and has agreed that nothwithstanding the objections, the Order be made as advertised.

 

The Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee considered the proposals at its meeting on 20 July 2020 and supported the recommendation.

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/07/2020 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 24/07/2020

Effective from: 11/08/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has considered a number of objections received to a proposed ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restriction and ‘No Waiting Monday-Friday 7am-9.30am & 4pm-6.30pm’ restriction on Hillcrest Road at its junction with Bridge Lane, Bramhall and has agreed that nothwithstanding the objections, the Order be made as advertised.

Wards affected: Bramhall North;

Lead officer: Nicola Ryan


23/07/2020 - Bramhall Park Road - Grass verge protection ref: 4545    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/07/2020 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 24/07/2020

Effective from: 31/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to a proposal to install 47 wooden bollards on both sides of Bramhall Park Road, Bramhall from the junction of Broomhill Drive to the bridge at a cost of £5,824.05 to be funded from the Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Bramhall North ward allocation).

Wards affected: Bramhall North;

Lead officer: Eraina Smith


31/07/2020 - Objection Report - The Metropolitan Borough Council of Stockport (Ravenoak Road & Ravenoak Park Road, Cheadle Hulme) (Prohibition Of Waiting) Order 2020 ref: 4566    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport

Decision published: 04/08/2020

Effective from: 11/08/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport has considered a number of objections received to proposed ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restrictions on Ravenoak Park Road/ Ravenoak Road, Cheadle Hulme and has agreed that nothwithstanding the objections, the Order be made as advertised.

 

The Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee considered this matter at its meeting on 30 July 2020 and supported the recommendation.

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 23/07/2020 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 24/07/2020

Effective from: 11/08/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has considered a number of objections received to proposed ‘No Waiting at Any Time’ restrictions on Ravenoak Park Road/ Ravenoak Road, Cheadle Hulme and has agreed that nothwithstanding the objections, the Order be made as advertised.

Wards affected: Cheadle Hulme South;

Lead officer: Nicola Ryan


20/07/2020 - Greg Street, Reddish ref: 4536    For Determination

Decision Maker: Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Made at meeting: 20/07/2020 - Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Decision published: 22/07/2020

Effective from: 29/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has:-

 

(1) Given approval to the legal advertisement of the following traffic regulation order and, subject to the receipt of no objections within 21 days of the advertisement date, the subsequent making of the order at a cost of £800 to be funded from the Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Reddish South ward allocation):-

 

Revoke No Waiting and No Loading at Any Time (Experimental):

 

Greg Street

 

West side from a point 27 metres South of the Southerly property line of No. 250 for a distance of 60 metres in a Southerly direction.

 

Introduce No Waiting and No Loading at Any Time (Experimental):

 

Greg Street

 

East side from the Southerly property line of No. 250 for a distance of 120 metres in a Southerly direction.

 

(2) Given approval to the undertaking of a feasibility study at a cost of £750 to be funded from Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Reddish South ward allocartion) into providing engineered carriageway markings on that part of Greg Street from the junction at Hibbert Street to Reddish Road.

Lead officer: Max Townsend


21/07/2020 - Ward Flexibility Funding - The Gatley Flower Rangers (part of Gatley Village Partnership) ref: 4540    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cheadle Area Committee

Made at meeting: 21/07/2020 - Cheadle Area Committee

Decision published: 22/07/2020

Effective from: 29/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has approved Ward Flexibility Funding of £1,000 to The Gatley Flower Rangers (part of Gatley Village Partnership) for various flowers, plants and gardening equipment to help Gatley become a more attractive place for its residents and businesses by improving its green spaces, to be funded from the Cheadle and Gatley Ward allocation.

Lead officer: David Clee


20/07/2020 - Ward Flexibility Funding - Woodley Cricket Club ref: 4531    For Determination

Decision Maker: Werneth Area Committee

Made at meeting: 20/07/2020 - Werneth Area Committee

Decision published: 22/07/2020

Effective from: 29/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application received from the Woodley Cricket Club for a grant of £1,000 from the Ward Flexibility Budget towards the cost improvement to the clubhouse at the cricket club.

Wards affected: Bredbury & Woodley;

Lead officer: Damian Eaton


20/07/2020 - THE METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL OF STOCKPORT (HEATON MOOR ROAD, BROWNSVILLE ROAD, DERBY ROAD, ELMS ROAD & LYNTON ROAD, HEATON MOOR) (PROHIBITION OF WAITING) (REVOCATION) ORDER 2020 ref: 4534    For Determination

Decision Maker: Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Made at meeting: 20/07/2020 - Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Decision published: 22/07/2020

Effective from: 29/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has considered objections received to a proposed prohibition of waiting revocation order on Heaton Moor Road, Brownsville Road, Derby Road, Elms Road and Lynton Road, Heaton Moor and in the light of those objections has given approval for the following proposed amendment/s to the Order as follows: -

 

No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Lynton Road

 

Both sides from the North Westerly kerb line of Elms Road for a distance of 5 metres in a North Westerly direction.

Lead officer: Vicki Bates


21/07/2020 - Dial Park Primary School - Road Safety Around Schools ref: 4533    For Determination

Decision Maker: Stepping Hill Area Committee

Made at meeting: 21/07/2020 - Stepping Hill Area Committee

Decision published: 22/07/2020

Effective from: 29/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has considered a report detailing the findings of a consultation exercise in relation to a proposed road safety around schools scheme around Dial Park Primary School and has given approval to the  installation of dropped kerbs and tactile paving on Half Moon Lane; and installation of dropped kerbs, tactile paving and pencil bollards at the vehicular entrance to Dial Park Primary School and as detailed in the report, to be funded from the Road Safety around Schools programme budget allocation.

Wards affected: Offerton;

Lead officer: Pam Hibbert


21/07/2020 - Road Safety around Schools - St Philip's Catholic Primary School ref: 4532    For Determination

Decision Maker: Stepping Hill Area Committee

Made at meeting: 21/07/2020 - Stepping Hill Area Committee

Decision published: 22/07/2020

Effective from: 29/07/2020

Decision:

The Area Committee has considered the findings of a consultation exercise in relation to a proposed road safety around schools scheme around St Philip’s Catholic Primary School and has given approval to the following:-

 

(1) The legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Order and, subject to the receipt of no objections within 21 days of the advertisement date, the subsequent making of the orders:-

 

No Stopping Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm On School Keep Clear Markings

 

Location

Extent

Half Moon Lane

(North East Side)

From a point 81.5 metres north-west of the projected northerly kerbline of Teesdale Close, for a distance of 31.1 metres in a north-westerly direction. 

 

 

(2) The installation of signage; amendments to the existing guard rails; and implementation of dropped kerbs with associated tactile paving and pencil bollards associated with the above traffic regulation order and as detailed in the report.

 

Any costs associated with this decision are to be funded from the Road Safety around Schools programme budget allocation.

Wards affected: Offerton;

Lead officer: Pam Hibbert


15/07/2020 - Nomination of LA School Governors ref: 4539    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Children, Family Services & Education

Decision published: 22/07/2020

Effective from: 29/07/2020

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Children, Family Services & Education approved the nominated following persons to the governing board vacancies at the schools indicated :-

 

Nomination

Vacancy

 

 

Mr Robert Twigg

Norris Bank Primary

Cllr Colin MacAlister

High Lane Primary

Cllr John Taylor

Heaton School

Ms Selina Hanley

St Thomas’ Heaton Chapel

 

Lead officer: Stephen Nyakatawa