Decisions

Use the below search options at the bottom of the page to find information regarding recent decisions that have been taken by the Executive (at meetings or by individual Executive Members) since May 2013.

Officer decisions are also included in this section. Planning and Building Control decisions can be found in the planning section of the Council's website.

Decisions recommendations approved (subject to call-in)

26/07/2021 - GREATER MANCHESTER CLEAN AIR FINAL PLAN ref: 1042    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: Executive

Made at meeting: 26/07/2021 - Executive

Decision published: 29/07/2021

Effective from: 06/08/2021

Decision:

1. That the progress of the Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan be noted.

 

2. That the progress in the distribution of Bus Retrofit funding be noted.

 

3. That Ministers’ agreement be noted to include the sections of the A628/A57 in Tameside which form part of the Strategic Road Network within the Greater Manchester’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) and their request for Tameside MBC, TfGM and Highways England to establish the most appropriate solution for the charging mechanism to be applied on this section of the Strategic Road Network (SRN).

 

4. That it be recommended to Council that it approves the GM Clean Air Plan Policy, at Appendix 1 to the report, noting that the policy outlines the boundary, discounts, exemptions, daily charges of the Clean Air Zone as well as the financial support packages offered towards upgrading to a compliant vehicle, including the eligibility criteria to be applied.

 

5. That the Equalities Impact Assessment, as set out at Appendix 2 to the report, be agreed.

 

6. That the AECOM Consultation Report, as set out at Appendix 3 to the report, be agreed.

 

7. That agreement be given to the proposed Response to the Consultation at Appendix 4 to the report which has been prepared by TfGM on behalf of the ten GM local authorities.

 

8. That the Impacts of COVID-19 Report, as set out at Appendix 5 to the report, be agreed.

 

9. That the Modelling report of the final CAP package be agreed, as set out at Appendix 6 to the report, and in particular that the modelling outputs of the final plan scheme show the achievement of compliance with the legal limits for Nitrogen Dioxide in the shortest possible time and by 2024 at the latest as required by the Ministerial Direction.

 

10. That the economic implications of the CAP Report, as set out at Appendix 7 to the report, be agreed.

 

11. That the update be noted on the GM Minimum Licensing Standards, set out in section 3.1 of the report, and in particular that licensing conditions will not be used to support delivery of the GM Clean Air Plan.

 

12. That approval be given to a 6-week public consultation on the inclusion of motorhomes classified as MSP1 in the GM Clean Air Zone and on the inclusion of the A575 and A580 at Worsley commencing on 1 September 2021 and that authority be delegated to the Corporate Director, Place in consultation with the Director of Public Health, to approve the consultation materials.

 

13. That it be noted that the GM Clean Air Charging Authorities Committee has the authority to make the Charging Scheme Order which establishes the GM Charging Scheme in line with the agreed GM Clean Air Plan Policy.

 

14. That it be noted that the GM Charging Authorities Committee has the authority to vary the Charging Scheme Order if this is established as the most appropriate charging mechanism to be applied on sections of the A628/A57 part of the Strategic Road Network (SRN) in Tameside.

 

15. That it be noted that the Air Quality Administration Committee has the authority to agree the final form of the Operational Agreement for the Central Clean Air Service, and to authorise the making of the Agreement, on behalf of the ten GM local authorities.

 

16. That it be noted that the Air Quality Administration Committee has the authority to:

  1. establish and distribute the funds set out in the agreed GM Clean Air Plan policy;
  2. approve the assessment mechanism agreed with JAQU to ensure that Clean Air Funds can be adapted if necessary;
  3. keep the use of the funds under review and to determine any changes in the amounts allocated to each and their use and
  4. Monitor and evaluate the joint local charging scheme.

 

17. That the reallocation be approved of funding from the Try Before You Buy scheme to provide additional electric vehicle charging points dedicated for use by taxis.

 

18. That authority be delegated to the GM Charging Authorities Committee to determine the outcome of the consultation on both the inclusion of motorhomes classified as MSP1 within the scope of Clean Air Zone charges and on the inclusion in the GM Clean Air Zone of the A575 and A580 at Worsley following the conclusion of that consultation.

 

19. That the Clean Air Zone ANPR and signage locations, as set out at Appendix 10 to the report, be agreed.

 

20. That a delegation be agreed to the Corporate Director, Place in consultation with the Director of Public Health, to approve the submission of the Interim Full Business Case if required and the Full Business Case (FBC) to the Government's Joint Air Quality Unit to support the GM Clean Air Plan and any supplementary information to that Unit.


26/07/2021 - PLACES FOR EVERYONE PLAN (2021): APPROVAL OF PLACES FOR EVERYONE 2021 FOR REGULATION 19 CONSULTATION ref: 1041    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: Executive

Made at meeting: 26/07/2021 - Executive

Decision published: 29/07/2021

Effective from: 06/08/2021

Decision:

1. That the Places for Everyone: Publication Draft 2021 be approved, including strategic site allocations and Green Belt boundary amendments, and reference to the potential use of compulsory purchase powers to assist with site assembly, and the supporting background documents, for publication pursuant to Regulation 19 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 for an 8 week period for representations to begin not earlier than 9 August 2021.

 

2. That authority be delegated to the Corporate Director of Place, in consultation with the Executive Member for Housing and Regeneration, to approve the relevant Statement of Common Ground(s) required pursuant to the National Planning Policy Framework 2019.


26/07/2021 - HIGH NEEDS CAPITAL REPORT ref: 1040    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: Executive

Made at meeting: 26/07/2021 - Executive

Decision published: 29/07/2021

Effective from: 06/08/2021

Decision:

That the approach to consultation and feedback received be noted, and the proposals contained within the report be agreed as the detailed capital programme for 2021/22, specifically -

 

  1. Agree to the allocation of High Needs Capital Provision to carry out work to improve the facilities and expand provision for pupils with special education needs and disabilities (SEND) detailed in Appendix 1 to the report: Proposed Capital Projects, High Needs (SEND) Capital Provision Programme, Table 1.
  2. Note the completion of previous SEND Capital schemes in Appendix 2 to the report.

26/07/2021 - SECTION 75 FRAMEWORK PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT RELATING TO COMMISSIONING OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE USING THE BETTER CARE, HOSPITAL DISCHARGE AND LEARNING DISABILITIES FUNDS BETWEEN TRAFFORD CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP AND TRAFFORD COUNCIL ref: 1039    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: Executive

Made at meeting: 26/07/2021 - Executive

Decision published: 29/07/2021

Effective from: 06/08/2021

Decision:

1.  That the proposed scope of the s75 partnership agreement, including funding arrangements, as detailed in the report, be noted.

 

2. That the proposal to enter into a s75 partnership agreement with Trafford CCG and to formalise Better Care funding for 2021-22 be approved.

 

3. That authority be delegated to the Corporate Director for Adult Services, in consultation with the Corporate Director of Governance and Community Strategy, to finalise and complete the s75 Agreement on behalf of the Council.