All Decisions

The majority of decisions of the Council, Licensing Board, Planning Committee and Standards Committee, which can be viewed on this page, will have been taken after 10 July 2013.



Decisions published

16/06/2022 - Revisions to the Local Development Scheme (LDS - Local Plan work programme) ref: 5113    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

This report sets out proposed changes to the work programme for updating the adopted Local Plan. 

 

In December 2021, Cabinet agreed a new Local Development Scheme (LDS).  The LDS needs to be updated, to reflect changes in circumstances affecting Local Plan progression.

 

The key elements of the Local Development Scheme (the Local Plan work programme), and the revised timetable, are set out in this report.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 16/06/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 20/06/2022

Effective from: 28/06/2022

Decision:

Cabinet agreed the proposals for the revised Local Development Scheme.

Lead officer: Adrian Verrall


16/06/2022 - Asset Management - Westbrook Loggia ref: 5111    Recommendations Approved

The Council commissioned a Feasibility Study for the Westbrook Loggia building. The Feasibility Study considers the opportunities for the redevelopment of the site, types of uses and is informed by evidence and community engagement. The full feasibility study was carried out in 2021 includes a Cost Plan Report and RIBA options appraisal.

 

Cabinet were asked to consider the report and recommendations for the next steps to be taken, to deliver a scheme on the Westbrook Loggia building.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 16/06/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 17/06/2022

Effective from: 25/06/2022

Decision:

Cabinet agreed to:

 

1.  Note the independent Feasibility Study in Annex 1, into the options for the Westbrook Loggia;

 

2.  Progress the Westbrook Loggia through the disposal framework identified in Option 2, with specific sale conditions relating to use, development timescales and buy back in the event of failure to deliver;

 

3.  Give delegated authority to the Disposal Surveyor in consultation with the Director of Property to market the property and negotiate relevant sale terms;

 

4.  Give delegated authority to the Director of Property in consultation with the Portfolio Holder to enter into a binding sale contract.


16/06/2022 - Approval of TLS, Resident Involvement Expenses and Incentive Policy ref: 5109    Recommendations Approved

Cabinet considered a report recommending the adoption the new Resident Involvement, Expenses and Incentives Policy for the Tenant and Leaseholder Services.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 16/06/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 17/06/2022

Effective from: 25/06/2022

Decision:

Cabinet agreed to:

 

1.  Approve the adoption of the new Resident Involvement Expenses and Incentives Policy.

Lead officer: Sally O'Sullivan


16/06/2022 - Approval of TLS, Resident Involvement Strategy 2022-2025 ref: 5108    Recommendations Approved

Cabinet considered a report recommending the adoption the Resident Involvement Strategy.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 16/06/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 17/06/2022

Effective from: 25/06/2022

Decision:

Cabinet agreed to:

 

1. Approve the adoption of the new Resident Involvement Strategy.

Lead officer: Sally O'Sullivan


16/06/2022 - Asset management - Ramsgate Market ref: 5107    Recommendations Approved

The council is proposing to carry out a full procurement exercise (not a PIN as previously) to secure a new operator at a fee of £250 per market (this is an already reduced rate and in line with what TDC charge other markets in the locality) 

 

In order to operate Street Trading from Ramsgate High Street, Queen Street and King Street, the Council should seek to remove the Street Trading and Hawking restriction for this area in order to designate the High Street as a Licenced Street for the purposes of Street Trading.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 16/06/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 17/06/2022

Effective from: 25/06/2022

Decision:

Cabinet agreed the following:

 

1.  To remove Street Trading and Hawking restrictions on the High Street, King Street and Queen Street, Ramsgate to facilitate an outdoor market;

 

2.  To give delegated authority to the Director of Law and Democracy to prepare and complete the relevant Agreement(s) on terms to be agreed.

 

Lead officer: Stuart Longbottom


16/06/2022 - Representation on Executive Appointed Outside Bodies for 2022/23 ref: 5110    Recommendations Approved

Council agreed the list of Executive outside bodies and the number of Councillors to be appointed to them, as described at paragraph 1.2 of the cabinet report, at its Annual meeting on 12 May 2022.

 

The Council appoints representatives to outside bodies in order to express the views of the Council to those bodies on the work they undertake, and to feed back to the Council issues emerging from those bodies that relate to Council activities.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 16/06/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 17/06/2022

Effective from: 25/06/2022

Decision:

Cabinet agreed the list of nominations to the Executive-related outside bodies as shown at Annex 1 to the cabinet report and as detailed below.

 

List of Executive Outside Bodies – for the year, 2022/23

Name of Outside Body

No. of

Reps

Nomination

British Ports Association

1

Cllr Ashbee

British Destinations Association (AGM, Annual Conference and Executive Meetings)

1

Cllr  Pugh

Community Safety Partnership

1

Cllr Kup

Domestic Violence Forum

1 + 1 sub

CllrJill Bayford

East Kent Opportunities Ltd

1

Cllr Ashbee

East Kent Spatial Development Company

1

Cllr Pugh

Kent Police and Crime Panel

1

Cllr Kup

Local Government Association Coastal Special Interest Group 

1

Cllr Pugh

Local Government Association District Councils’ Network

 

1

Cllr Ashbee

Local Government Association (General Assembly)

1

Cllr Ashbee

Local Government Association Strategic Aviation Specialist Interest Group 

1

Cllr Ashbee

Manston Skills and Employment (MSE) Board

1

Cllr Pugh

Margate Town Partnership

1

Cllr Pugh

South East England Councils

1

Cllr Ashbee

Supporting People in Kent Commissioning Body

1

Cllr Jill Bayford

Thanet (Ramsgate) Harbour Users’ Groups

1

+ reserve

Cllr Ashbee

Cllr Bob Bayford

Thanet Quality Bus Partnership

1

Cllr Wright

Tourism South East

1

Cllr Pugh

Your Leisure Thanet Sub Group

2

Cllr Ashbee

Cllr Bob Bayford

 


16/06/2022 - Approval to commence procurement activities of key government funded programmes ref: 5112    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Thanet District Council is the Accountable Body for the Margate Town Deal, Future High Street Fund and the Levelling Up Fund.  Cabinet is required to approve the commencement of all procurement exceeding £250,000, which will allow officers to be able to progress these during the course of the various programmes.

Decision Maker: Cabinet

Made at meeting: 16/06/2022 - Cabinet

Decision published: 17/06/2022

Effective from: 16/06/2022

Decision:

Cabinet agreed:

 

1.  To approve the commencement of procurement activities that exceed £250,000 for the Margate Town Deal, Ramsgate Levelling Up Fund and Future High Street Fund, funded from the DLUHC, as detailed at section 2.1;

 

2.  That the Director of Regeneration and Director of Law and Democracy are authorised to agree appropriate contracts for works and grant payments, based on approval from the Director of Finance.

 

Wards affected: Central Harbour Ward; Cliftonville East Ward; Cliftonville West Ward; Dane Valley Ward; Eastcliff Ward; Margate Central Ward; Newington Ward;

Lead officer: Louise Askew