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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3841(Exempt) Building Acquisition Nuneaton
Approve the proposal to provide funds to assist with the acquisition of a building in Nuneaton in order to support the regeneration of the town centre using money from the Capital Investment Fund
Communities DirectorateCabinet11/Apr/19
3740SEND & Inclusion StrategyThe Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) and Inclusion Strategy sets out the framework for delivering our high aspirations for learners with SEND. It replaces the Vulnerable Learners Strategy 2015-2018.Communities DirectorateCabinet11/Apr/19
3739Education and Learning (Schools) Capital Programme 2019/20 Additions to the Education and Learning (Schools) Capital Programme 2019/20 and Approval of Statutory ProposalsCommunities DirectorateCabinet11/Apr/19
3854Council Investment Funds - Criteria for the Allocation of ResourcesThe 2019/20 budget included two new funds - a £2 million Early Intervention, Prevention and Community Capacity Fund and a £2.8 million Children's Transformation Fund. In addition a new capital strategy was approved that included the high level approach to the allocation of the Capital Investment Fund. This report sets out, for Cabinet's approval, the proposed approach to the allocation of the approved funding to individual projects/programmes.Resources DirectorateCabinet11/Apr/19
3846Resources and waste strategy for England - Consultations
The Resources and waste strategy for England was published in December 2018. Government has released three key consultations to inform the strategy. 
Communities DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Environment and Heritage & Culture12/Apr/19
3855Objections to installation of traffic signals at A425 Banbury Road / Warwick School access, WarwickThe purpose of this report is to present objections that have been received to the installation of traffic signals on Banbury Road, Warwick, to fulfil a planning condition associated with the relocation of the Kings High SchoolCommunities DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Transport & Planning12/Apr/19
3836Change of Age Range at Northlands Primary SchoolRequest for permission to consult on a change of age range at Northlands Primary School with effect from September 2019.Communities DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Education & Learning12/Apr/19
3771Proposed Zebra Crossing - Welsh Road West, SouthamA proposed zebra crossing is being consulted upon for Welsh Road West, near to St James Road in Southam. This proposal is being promoted as a Safer Routes to School initiative to enable school children to cross Welsh Road West, where there are two schools within the vicinity safely. Communities DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Transport & Planning12/Apr/19
3872Resources and Waste Strategy for England - Response to Consultations. (Made Under Urgency Procedure)

A report seeking Portfolio Holder approval to responses to be submitted to government consultations.

 

Note that this decision will be made under the Council's Urgency procedure. 

Communities DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Environment and Heritage & Culture26/Apr/19
3863Children 0-14 Unintentional Injuries

The Health and Wellbeing Board will receive an update from the multi-agency steering group on progress against the high level of unintentional injuries and hospital admissions for 0-14 year olds.

People DirectorateHealth and Wellbeing Board01/May/19