Agenda and decisions

Venue: Committee Room 2 and 3, Trafford Town Hall, Talbot Road, Stretford, M32 0TH.. View directions

Contact: Jo Maloney  Governance Officer

Items
No. Item

2.

QUESTIONS FROM MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

A maximum of 15 minutes will be allocated to public questions submitted in writing to Democratic Services (democratic.services@trafford.gov.uk) by 4 p.m. on the working day prior to the meeting. Questions must be relevant to items appearing on the agenda and will be submitted in the order in which they were received.          

3.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

Members to give notice of any interest and the nature of that interest relating to any item on the agenda in accordance with the adopted Code of Conduct.

4.

MINUTES pdf icon PDF 279 KB

To receive and, if so determined, to approve as a correct record the Minutes of the meeting held on 25th November 2019.

5.

MATTERS FROM COUNCIL OR OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY COMMITTEES (IF ANY)

To consider any matters referred by the Council or by the Overview and Scrutiny Committees.

6.

GMCA PROPOSED FRANCHISING SCHEME FOR BUSES pdf icon PDF 374 KB

To consider a report of the Executive Member for Housing and Regeneration.

Decision:

1. That the consultation being carried out by GMCA, ‘Doing Buses Differently’, be noted

 

2. That the potential benefits to Trafford of the proposed franchising scheme be noted.

 

3. That the consultation response as attached to the report as Appendix 1be approved.

 

4. That authority be delegated to the Corporate Director of Place to make minor amendments to the response as necessary.

 

5. That it be approved that the decision be deemed to be urgent and not subject to call-in, for the reasons set out in the report.

7.

GRANT FUNDING FOR THE PREVENTION AND REDUCTION OF SERIOUS VIOLENCE pdf icon PDF 343 KB

To consider a report of the Executive Member for Public Safety, Governance & Reform.

Decision:

That the proposal be approved to commence implementation of Trafford’s Community Safety Partnership Action Plan, utilising the funding detailed in the report.

8.

TRAFFORD HOUSING TRUST AND TRAFFORD COUNCIL DEVELOPMENT: JOINT VENTURE (JV) - TAMWORTH PHASE II DEVELOPMENT pdf icon PDF 317 KB

To consider a report of the Executive Member for Housing and Regeneration.

Decision:

1. That the establishment be approved of a Joint Venture between Trafford Housing Trust and Trafford Council on the terms set out in this report.

 

2. That the Leader, Chief Executive and Corporate Director for Place be nominated as Directors of the Joint Venture.

 

3. That authority be delegated to the Corporate Director for Place, in consultation with the Corporate Director for Governance and Community Strategy to agree minor changes to the terms and finalise the Joint Venture Agreement.

 

4. That authority be delegated to the Corporate Director for Governance and Community Strategy to enter into and complete all legal documents necessary to establish the joint venture.

 

5. That it be noted that the Joint Venture will proceed with theselection and appointment of a multidisciplinary design team to the JV for the delivery of Tamworth Phase II.

 

6. That it be noted that a further report will be presented to the Investment Management Board with the final business case to seek approval for Council investment in the scheme.

9.

GREATER MANCHESTER'S CLEAN AIR PLAN - TACKLING NITROGEN DIOXIDE EXCEEDANCES AT THE ROADSIDE - UPDATE pdf icon PDF 337 KB

To consider a report of the Executive Member for Environment, Air Quality and Climate Change.

Decision:

1. That progress made to date be noted.

2. That the ministerial direction be noted under the Environment Act 1995 (Greater Manchester) Air Quality Direction 2019 which requires all ten of the Greater Manchester local authorities to implement a charging Clean Air Zone Class C across the region.

3. That the need be agreed to continue to proceed towards developing the implementation and contract arrangements of a charging Clean Air Zone in Greater Manchester utilising the initial tranche of £36m of funding as required by the ministerial direction / feedback.

4. That authority be delegated to the Corporate Director, Place to determine the preparatory implementation and contract arrangements that need to be undertaken utilising the initial tranche of £36m of funding to deliver the CAZ and other GM CAP measures, as set out at paragraph 3.11 of the report.

5. That it be noted that the report to determine the timings for commencing the consultation will be received in the Spring of 2020.

6.That the outstanding need be noted to secure a clear response from the Government on clean vehicles funding asks.

7. That it be noted that Highways England have not been directed to act in relation to tackling NO2 exceedances in the same way as the Greater Manchester local authorities, and that this will leave some publicly accessible areas of GM adjacent to trunk roads managed by Highways England, with NO2 exceedances that are not being addressed by the Highways England plan.

8. That authority be delegated to the Corporate Director, Place to agree the final content and submission of the documents listed in Appendix One to the report for formal submission to JAQU and note their Publication status.

9. That authority be delegated to the Corporate Director, Place to determine any further technical reports for formal submission to JAQU.

10. That it be noted that the Executive Member for Environment, Air Quality and Climate Change will co-sign a letter from the GM Authorities to the Transport Secretary asking them to bring forward the launch of a statutory consultation to strengthen rules on vehicle idling.

10.

CORPORATE PLAN 2019/20 QUARTER 2 REPORT pdf icon PDF 367 KB

To consider a report of the Executive Member for Public Safety, Governance & Reform.

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