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:

democraticservices@warwickshire.gov.uk

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3805Wide Area Network (WAN) ConnectivityThe WMPSN contract for delivery of the Wide Area Network which Warwickshire signed up to with Virgin Media Business in 2013 will be coming to an end in November 2020, after which time we will no longer be able to receive any services under this contract. It is therefore necessary to agree a new contract.Resources DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Deputy Leader (Finance and Property)15/Mar/19
3820(Fire & Rescue and Community Safety ) Approval for Increasing Fees and Charges within the Environment Services Business UnitIt is a requirement of the County Council's Constitution that Portfolio Holders approve increases to fees and charges on behalf of the County Council. This report seeks that the Portfolio Holder for Fire & Rescue and Community Safety approves the increases in fees and charges as set out in the report.Communities DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Fire & Rescue and Community Safety15/Mar/19
3798School Term Dates 2020/21To set the term dates for all maintained schools in Warwickshire for 2020/21 academic year.Communities DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Education & Learning15/Mar/19
3818Irrecoverable Debts – Transport and Planning

Proposed Decision to be taken by the Portfolio Holder for Transport and Planning to write off an irrecoverable debt

Resources DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Transport & Planning15/Mar/19
3809(Environment and Heritage and Culture) Approval for Increasing Fees and Charges within the Environment Services Business UnitIt is a requirement of the County Council's Constitution that Portfolio Holders approve increases to fees and charges on behalf of the County Council. This report seeks that the Portfolio Holder for Environment and Heritage & Culture approves the increases in fees and charges as set out in the report.Communities DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Environment and Heritage & Culture15/Mar/19
3816Irrecoverable Debts – Customer and TransformationProposed Decision to be taken by the Portfolio Holder for Customer and Transformation to write off two irrecoverable debtsResources DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Customer & Transformation15/Mar/19
3834(Exempt) Leader - Irrecoverable Social Care DebtA report on an irrecoverable social care debt over £50,000 that requires Leader approval for write-offResources DirectorateLeader15/Mar/19
3839Addition of Refurbishment of shower/toilet blocks at Marle Hall to the capital programmeThis report concerns the addition of two separate amounts to Capital Programme for refurbishment work at Marle Hall Outdoor Education Centre.Communities DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Deputy Leader (Finance and Property)15/Mar/19
3683Proposed Puffin crossing on Murray Road near to Railway TerraceAs part of the School Safety Zones programme a puffin crossing is proposed on Murray Road near to Railway Terrace. As part of the works the existing road hump will be removed. A section of parking near to Abbey Street junction will be removed to facilitate the relocation of a bus stop and shelter. In addition the bus stop near to Railway Terrace will be relocated.Communities DirectoratePortfolio Holder - Transport & Planning15/Mar/19
3746Development of Work Programme for 2019/20Items for the work programme to be discussed by the Corporate Parenting PanelCommunities DirectorateCorporate Parenting Panel18/Mar/19