Forward Plan of Decisions

The forward plan provides information about all of the decisions that the Council has scheduled.

A formal agenda with reports and supporting documents for each meeting will be published on our website at least five working days before the date of a meeting. Where a report is to be considered in private, the reason for that is set out in the description of the decision. If you believe an item should be considered in public, contact the Democratic Services Team:

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3237THE WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (LONG ITCHINGTON VILLAGE) (30 AND 40 MPH SPEED LIMIT) (VARIATION NO. 1) ORDER 2017A report concerning changes to speed limits at Long ItchingtonCommunities GroupPrevious Portfolio Holder - Transport & Environment (May 2017 - May 2018)19/Jan/18
3257Approval for external Funding Bids to support service delivery within Heritage & EnvironmentSeeking Portfolio Holder approval for forthcoming external grant applications from Heritage & Environment.Communities GroupPrevious Portfolio Holder - Transport & Environment (May 2017 - May 2018)19/Jan/18
3292CSW Broadband Project - Bids for Funding
Following the successful and ongoing rollout of the fibre broadband network through the CSW Broadband project, two further funding opportunities have arisen:
  • European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) - to infill some of the most rural areas of Warwickshire and Solihull. Will be managed through the existing CSW Broadband contract through Change Control. Anticipated value £5m
  • Local Full Fibre Networks (LFFN) - to connect public buildings to a full-fibre network. As a consequence of this work, business and residential properties along the new fibre routes will be able to order a Fibre-to-the-Premise (FTTP) connection on a commercial basis. Anticipated value £12m. New procurement to be undertaken if the bid is successful
This is an urgent decision because of the timescales within which the bids have to be submitted. These are determined by the Government funding requirements and so are outside the control of WCC. 
Resources GroupLeader19/Jan/18
3252Addition of One Developer-funded Highway Scheme to the Capital Programme - Bus stop Shottery


That the Deputy Leader (Portfolio Holder for Finance and Property) gives approval to add the following scheme onto the WCC Capital Programme for 2017-18:

  • Upgrading of bus stop infrastructure on Alcester Road (Shottery) in Stratford-upon-Avon.  Approximate cost £14.5k.


Communities GroupPortfolio Holder - Deputy Leader (Finance and Property)19/Jan/18
3276Delayed Transfers of Care To provide an update to the Adult Social Care and Health OSC on the progress in implementing measures to reduce delayed transfers of care associated with provision of social care services.People GroupAdult Social Care & Health Overview & Scrutiny Committee24/Jan/18
3259Schools National Funding Formula 2018/19A new National Funding Formula comes into effect from 2018/19 and Members need to agreed how quickly the Local Authority moves to the new 'hard' formula taking into account consultation with schools and Schools Forum.Resources GroupCabinet25/Jan/18
3255Adult Transport PolicyPublic consultation on the proposed adult transport policy took place between the 20th September to 15th November 2017. A report to cabinet including details of the outcome of the consultation and any amendments to the proposed policy is being written for cabinet approval to implement the policy from 1st April 2018.  People GroupCabinet25/Jan/18
3236School Admission Arrangements – September 2019 entry and 2019/20 academic yearLocal Authorities are required to consult annually on admission arrangements in accordance with the School Admissions Code. Consultation must take place for a minimum of six weeks between 01 October and 31 January. Admission arrangements must then be determined (finalised) by 28 February and published by 15 March.
Communities GroupCabinet25/Jan/18
32202018/19 Budget Refresh - An UpdateThe report provides Members with the final information on which to base their 2017/18 budget proposals and asks Cabinet to release their recommended proposals to Council.Resources GroupCabinet25/Jan/18
3081Delivery of the Warwickshire Energy Plan: Establishing a Collective Fuel Switching Scheme

New information has become available from two sources:

1. the first 'white label' energy supply services aimed at helping to address fuel poverty have now been established with OFGEM licensed energy suppliers by other local authorities, and

2. more information relating to unfair tariffs and numbers of customers switching suppliers has been published.

This  information has been used in financial modelling to show a more accurate indication of the best, worst and current cases. The stress test figures for income generation, though still theoretical, are not as optimistic as the initial modelling shown in the January 2017 Cabinet Report. This information is brought to Cabinet for a decision on next steps. 

Resources GroupCabinet25/Jan/18