Decisions

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Decisions published

07/11/2019 - Application for the use of Oak Meadow - Carols in the Park - 21 December 2019 ref: 4187    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 07/11/2019 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 08/11/2019

Effective from: 15/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application from Churches Together in Cheadle Hulme to hold a Carols in the Park event at Oak Meadow Park on Saturday, 21 December 2019.

Wards affected: Cheadle Hulme South;

Lead officer: Jacky Budd


07/11/2019 - Application for the Use of Bramhall Park - Outdoor Theatre Summer 2020 ref: 4186    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 07/11/2019 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 08/11/2019

Effective from: 15/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application from the Bramall Hall to hold outdoor theatre productions at Bramhall Park as follows:-

 

·         ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ by Illyria Productions on Friday, 26 June 2020.

·         ‘Mr Stink’ by David Walliams by Heartbreak Theatre Productions on Sunday, 26 July 2020 and Sunday, August 30, 2020.

Wards affected: Bramhall North; Bramhall South & Woodford; Cheadle Hulme South;

Lead officer: Alison Farthing


04/11/2019 - Park Event Application - Thornfield Park ref: 4192    For Determination

Decision Maker: Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Made at meeting: 04/11/2019 - Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Decision published: 08/11/2019

Effective from: 15/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee has approved a request from the owner and operator of ‘Kafiene’, a bespoke mobile coffee van, to set up in Thornfield Park serving barista style coffee and hot drinks to park visitors, subject to the production of appropriate papers, health and safety documentation, and fees and charges.

Wards affected: Heatons North;

Lead officer: Wayne Bardsley


07/11/2019 - Ward Flexibility Funding - Walk Ride The Cheadles ref: 4185    For Determination

Decision Maker: Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 07/11/2019 - Bramhall & Cheadle Hulme South Area Committee

Decision published: 08/11/2019

Effective from: 15/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application from Walk Ride The Cheadles for a grant of £297 from the Ward Flexibility Budget (Cheadle Hulme South ward allocation) towards the cost of a community carol service event.

Wards affected: Cheadle Hulme South;

Lead officer: Damian Eaton


04/11/2019 - Greg Street, Reddish - Experimental Traffic Regulation Order ref: 4190    For Determination

Decision Maker: Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Made at meeting: 04/11/2019 - Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Decision published: 08/11/2019

Effective from: 15/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee was minded to approve the following Traffic Regulation Order on Greg Street, Reddish, at an approximate cost of £860, to be funded from the Area Committee’s Delegated Budget (Reddish South Ward allocation):-

 

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.

 

The Area Committee has 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 and approval has also been given to the placement of bollards, as detailed in the report, which do not form part of the Traffic Regulation Order at a cost of £1,500.

 

 

Wards affected: Reddish South;

Lead officer: Max Townsend


04/11/2019 - Windmill Lane, Reddish - Bus Stop Clearway Markings ref: 4191    For Determination

Decision Maker: Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Made at meeting: 04/11/2019 - Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Decision published: 08/11/2019

Effective from: 15/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee has approved the placement of two Bus Clearway Markings on Windmill Lane, Reddish, as shown on drawing number NM19-6293-001 attached to the report, at an approximate cost of £600 to be funded from the Area Committee’s Budget (Reddish North Ward allocation).

Wards affected: Reddish North;

Lead officer: Max Townsend


04/11/2019 - Park Use Application - Parkrun at Mersey Vale Nature Park 2020 ref: 4193    For Determination

Decision Maker: Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Made at meeting: 04/11/2019 - Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Decision published: 08/11/2019

Effective from: 15/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee has approved an application from Burnage Parkrun to hold its free, weekly Parkrun at Mersey Vale Nature Park from the week commencing Saturday 4 January 2020 until Saturday 30 January 2021, subject to the organiser providing appropriate papers including event plans, health and safety documentation; licences and/or insurances.

Wards affected: Heatons South;

Lead officer: Wayne Bardsley


06/11/2019 - Park Use Application - Middlewood Way Half Marathon - 16 February 2020 ref: 4184    For Determination

Decision Maker: Marple Area Committee

Made at meeting: 06/11/2019 - Marple Area Committee

Decision published: 08/11/2019

Effective from: 15/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee has given approval to an application from Crazy Legs Events for the use of the Middlewood Way on Sunday, 16 February 2020 for a half-marathon event subject to the applicant agreeing to make arrangements for the clearing of any litter associated with the holding of the event upon its completion.

Wards affected: Marple South & High Lane;

Lead officer: Wayne Bardsley


04/11/2019 - Application for Ward Flexibility - Make a Difference Community Group ref: 4189    For Determination

Decision Maker: Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Made at meeting: 04/11/2019 - Heatons & Reddish Area Committee

Decision published: 08/11/2019

Effective from: 15/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee has approved Ward Flexibility Funding of £400 to Make a Difference towards the cost of an event at Heaton Norris Community Centre for Black History Month, to be funded as follows:-

 

Heatons South Ward - £100

Reddish North Ward - £50

Reddish South Ward - £250

 

 

Lead officer: David Clee


05/11/2019 - Appointment of Councillor to lay a wreath at Hazel Grove War Memorial on Sunday, 10 November 2019 ref: 4183    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Stepping Hill Area Committee

Made at meeting: 05/11/2019 - Stepping Hill Area Committee

Decision published: 06/11/2019

Effective from: 07/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee has appointed Councillor Charles Gibson to lay a wreath on behalf of the Council at the Hazel Grove War Memorial on 10 November 2019.

Lead officer: Jonathan Vali


05/11/2019 - Street Lighting Nelson Street ref: 4182    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Stepping Hill Area Committee

Made at meeting: 05/11/2019 - Stepping Hill Area Committee

Decision published: 06/11/2019

Effective from: 13/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee has approved the upgrading of three street lighting columns along the front of Nelson Street using a decorative LED lantern at a cost of £2,263.41 to be funded from the Area Committee Delegated Budget (Hazel Grove Ward allocation).

Wards affected: Hazel Grove;

Lead officer: Andy Jopling


05/11/2019 - Road Safety around Schools - The Fairway ref: 4180    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Stepping Hill Area Committee

Made at meeting: 05/11/2019 - Stepping Hill Area Committee

Decision published: 06/11/2019

Effective from: 13/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee considered the outcome of a further public consultation on proposals for additional road calming measures on The Fairway, Offerton and agreed that:-

 

(1)          the outcome of the consultation exercise be noted;

 

(2)          the scheme measures as shown on drawing no. D/0305/2400/001-02 and the additional proposals as shown in Drawing No. D/0305-32/2400/001-01 be approved forimplementation as funding allows;

 

(3)          approval be given to the legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Order and subject to no objections being received within 21 days from the advertisement date the Orders being made:

 

Revocation Of ‘No Waiting, Monday – Friday, 8.15 – 9am, 3.00 – 3.45pm School Term Time Only’

 

The Fairway, Offerton – North west side

 

From a point 14.5 metres north-east of the projected north-easterly kerbline of Dovedale Road at its northern junction for a distance of 42.5 metres in a north-easterly direction.

 

The Fairway, Offerton – South east side

 

From a point 13 metres north-east of the projected north-easterly kerbline of Radford Close for a distance of 134 metres in a north-easterly direction.

 

Proposed ‘No Waiting, Monday – Friday, 8.15 – 9am, 3.00 – 3.45pm’

 

The Fairway, Offerton – North west side

 

From a point 14.5 metres north-east of the projected north-easterly kerbline of Dovedale Road at its northern junction for a distance of 59.5 metres in a north-easterly direction.

 

The Fairway, Offerton – South east side

 

From a point 13 metres north-east of the projected north-easterly kerbline of Radford Close for a distance of 143.5 metres in a north-easterly direction.

Wards affected: Offerton;

Lead officer: Pam Hibbert


05/11/2019 - Broadway, Offerton ref: 4181    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Stepping Hill Area Committee

Made at meeting: 05/11/2019 - Stepping Hill Area Committee

Decision published: 06/11/2019

Effective from: 13/11/2019

Decision:

The Area Committee has approved a proposal for the construction of a walkway over a grass verge on Broadway in Offerton and the replacement street nameplate on Knypersely Avenue at a cost of £960 to be funded from the Area Committee Delegated Budget (Offerton Ward).

Wards affected: Offerton;

Lead officer: Max Townsend


18/09/2019 - Electrical rewire and boiler replacement works at Etchells Primary School ref: 4102    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Deputy Chief Executive

Decision published: 28/10/2019

Effective from: 18/09/2019

Decision:

The Deputy Chief Executive has approved the awarding of a contract for electrical rewire and boiler replacement works at Etchells Primary School to Copeland Group Limited.

 

Estates and Asset Management undertake planned reviews of the condition of the Council’s estates and assets. As part of this process, a need has been identified for electrical rewire and boiler works within a number of schools.

The funding for the works is from the Capital Maintenance Allocation for 2019/20.

The Council engaged with STaR Procurement to establish the most effective way to appoint a consultant. A competitive tender was adopted, using the ABC Framework with further competition. This process included assessment based on Quality, Cost and Social Value Benefit. A total of six contractors were invited to tender for the works.

Two contractors responded to the tender. Under the terms of the framework, there is a requirement for at least one contractor to respond; therefore, the response is compliant with the framework terms. Following scoring Copeland Group Limited are the preferred supplier.

 

(Note: the report contains information ‘not for publication’)

Lead officer: Charlotte Cordingley


08/08/2019 - Feasibility study at Thorn Grove Primary School for replacement of existing 1 form entry school to 2 form entry ref: 4101    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Deputy Chief Executive

Decision published: 28/10/2019

Effective from: 08/08/2019

Decision:

The Deputy Chief Executive has awarded a contract to Bowker Sadler Partnership Ltd to carry out feasibility and design work in relation to the possible expansion or replacement of Thorn Grove Primary School.

 

The Estates and Asset Management (EAM) team are in the process of undertaking the feasibilities for the Marple Area review with the support of to the appointment of external Design Consultants. One of these is for a feasibility study at Thorn Grove Primary School, Woodstock Avenue, Cheadle Hulme, for replacement of existing 1 form entry school to 2 form entry. Options to extend or replace. Scheme with costings and programme required.

An initial briefing process has been undertaken involving the Head of Thorn Grove Primary, SMBC Education, Robertson Asset Management and the EAM Design Technical Services Management. This process has formulated a feasibility brief for the external consultants to work to.

7 Consultancy firms were identified from a pre-selected list with 2 practices tendering for the feasibility at Thorn Grove together with separate quotes for feasibilities at Rose Hill and All Saints Marple. (See separate ODR’s for Rose Hill and All Saints Marple Primaries).

Both consultant quotes were valid and assessed by EAM Design Technical Services and Robertson Asset Management. It was agreed with STaR that the proposals would not be marked on social value due to the limited options for implementation during feasibility. That said comments were requested and given by the two consultancies. Both submissions were assessed on cost and quality. The successful consultant was Bowker Sadler Partnership Ltd.

 

(Note: the report contains information ‘not for publication’)

Lead officer: Charlotte Cordingley


09/08/2019 - Award of Construction Contract for Electrical Rewiring works at Banks Lane Infant School. ref: 4098    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Deputy Chief Executive

Decision published: 28/10/2019

Effective from: 09/08/2019

Decision:

The Deputy Chief Executive has approved the awarding of a contract to Dodd Group Limited for electrical rewiring works at Banks Lane Infant School.

Estates and Asset Management undertake planned reviews of the condition of the Council’s estates and assets. As part of this process, a need has been identified for rewiring works within a number of schools.

For this project, the Council engaged with STaR Procurement to establish the most effective way to appoint a consultant. A competitive tender was adopted, using the ABC Framework with further competition. This process included assessment based on Quality, Cost and Social Value Benefit.

Two contractors responded to the tender. Following scoring Dodd Group Limited were identified as the preferred contractor.

(Note: the report contains information ‘not for publication’)

Lead officer: Charlotte Cordingley


08/08/2019 - Award of Construction Contract for Heating and Pipework replacement works at Banks Lane Infant School. ref: 4097    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Deputy Chief Executive

Decision published: 28/10/2019

Effective from: 08/08/2019

Decision:

The Deputy Chief Executive has approved the awarding of a contract to Dodds Group Limited for heating and pipework replacement works at Banks Lane Infant School.

Estates and Asset Management undertake planned reviews of the condition of the Council’s estates and assets. As part of this process, a need has been identified for the replacement of Heat Emitters, Radiators and all associated pipework within a number of schools.

This decision covers the appointment of a contractor to undertake heating and pipework replacement works at:

Banks Lane Infant School

The Council engaged with STaR Procurement to establish the most effective way to appoint a consultant. A competitive tender was adopted, using the ABC Framework with further competition. This process included assessment based on Quality, Cost and Social Value Benefit.

Three contractors responded to the tender. Following scoring Dodd Group Limited were the preferred supplier.

(Note: the report contains information ‘not for publication’)

Lead officer: Charlotte Cordingley


25/10/2019 - Lisburne Avenue & Marple Road, Offerton ref: 4157    For Determination

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport

Decision published: 28/10/2019

Effective from: 02/11/2019

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport has approved the legal advertising of the following Traffic Regulation Order and subject to no objections being received within twenty one days from the advertisement date the following orders can be made:

 

 

 No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Lisburne Avenue

 

Both sides from the South Westerly kerb line of Marple Road for a distance of 10 metres in a South Westerly direction.

 

Marple Road

 

South West side from a point 10 metres South East of the South Easterly kerb line of Lisburne Avenue to a point 10 metres North West of the North Westerly kerb line of Lisburne Avenue.

 

Not included in the Traffic Regulation Order, the provision of new street nameplates for Lisburne Avenue.

Wards affected: Offerton;

Lead officer: Max Townsend


25/10/2019 - Heaton Moor Improvements ref: 4158    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport

Decision published: 28/10/2019

Effective from: 02/11/2019

Decision:

The Cabinet Member for Sustainable Stockport approved Part II of the schedule below. The Traffic Regulation Orders will be legally advertised and subject to no objections being received twenty one days from the advertisement date the following orders can be made:

 

I). Introduce No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Elms Road

 

North West side from a point 10 metres South West of the South Westerly kerb line of Lynton Road to a point 10 metres North East of the North Easterly kerb line of Lynton Road

 

Lynton Road

 

South West side from the North Westerly kerb line of Elms Road for a distance of 5 metres in a North Westerly direction.

 

North East side from the North Westerly kerb line of Elms Road for a distance of 10 metres in a North Westerly direction.

 

II). Revoke No Waiting Monday to Saturday 8am – 6pm:

 

Heaton Moor Road

 

Both sides from a point 10 metres South West of the South Westerly kerb line Brownsville Road to a point 10 metres North East of the North Easterly kerb line of Brownsville Road.

 

Brownsville Road

 

Both sides from the North Westerly kerb line of Heaton Moor Road for a distance of 10 metres in a North Westerly direction.

 

Derby Road

 

Both sides from the South Easterly kerb line of Heaton Moor Road for a distance of 10 metres in a South Easterly direction.

 

 

Introduce No Waiting at Any Time:

 

Heaton Moor Road

 

Both sides from a point 10 metres South West of the South Westerly kerb line Brownsville Road to a point 10 metres North East of the North Easterly kerb line of Brownsville Road.

 

 

Brownsville Road

Both sides from the North Westerly kerb line of Heaton Moor Road for a distance of 10 metres in a North Westerly direction.

 

Derby Road

 

Both sides from the South Easterly kerb line of Heaton Moor Road for a distance of 10 metres in a South Easterly direction.

 

 

 

 

Wards affected: Heatons North;

Lead officer: Max Townsend