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Wyke Area Committee
16 Sep 2020 - 14:00 to 16:00
Scheduled
  • Documents
  • Attendance
  • Visitors
  • Declarations of Interests

Documents

Agenda

Standard Items
1 Apologies
To receive apologies for those Members who are unable to attend the meeting.
2 Declarations of Interest
To remind Members of the need to record the existence and nature of any Personal and Discloseable Pecuniary interest in items on the agenda, in accordance with the Member Code of Conduct.

(Members Code of Conduct - Part D1 of the Constitution)
To approve the minutes as a true and correct record.
4 Public Questions
Written questions may be submitted by members of the public.  Unwritten questions will be taken only at the discretion of the Chair in accordance with paragraph 38.2 in part C1 of the Council’s Constitution. Questions will be answered at the meeting if possible, otherwise written replies will be sent. 
As the agenda is to be considered in accordance with the Council's formal committee procedures rather than a public forum, the public present will not be able to participate in the Committee's discussions on the following items. 

A MAXIMUM OF 15 MINUTES WILL BE ALLOWED FOR QUESTIONS.
 
Public Items
To update the Committee on neighbourhood policing and community safety related issues.

One objection has been received in response to the recently advertised proposals to introduce additional double yellow line, no waiting at any time, parking restrictions on parts of the Pearson Park perimeter road as shown in Appendix A (drawing No. TDT/1468).

This report seeks a decision from the Wyke Area Committee on how, in view of the objection, the scheme should be progressed.

The purpose of this briefing paper is to update Members of the Wyke Area Committee on the regeneration projects delivered by Major Projects and Place.

To enable the Committee to receive the referral and determine any action, as required.

The purpose of this short report is to update Members on progress made to date and also highlights a number of collaborative projects that were being developed and could be restarted gradually once we move out of lockdown.

The report will also reference those areas of work that have been impacted because of the virus and how those have impacted on our aims and objectives.

The paper is an update to a previous paper provided to the Wyke Area Committee in September 2019 in relation to the regeneration work and developments that have occurred in the Wyke Area and the neighbouring River Hull Corridor (RHC) areas of the city.

This paper sets out the current status for the potential introduction and funding for a new rail halt in the Bricknell Avenue Area.

One of the outcomes of the pandemic is that it has highlighted the number of residents with little or no gardens and that parks and open spaces are a vital asset in addressing this – this briefing paper has been requested to review thecurrent provision and seek Member direction going forward.

To provide a quarterly performance report relating to waste collection, recycling, street cleansing and grounds maintenance performance.

To update the Wyke Area Committee on the balances within the three Housing Area budgets for the Wyke Area to allow the Committee to fulfil their responsibility of monitoring these budgets.

 

To present the Area Committee with a summary of the findings from the 2019 Adult Health and Wellbeing Survey for their area.

To advise the Committee of the 2020-21 budgets for the Wyke Area in relation to the Ward Budgets and Section 106 monies.

To provide an update to the Wyke Area Committee on Ward activity across the Area.

18 pdf Resolution List (138Kb)
To review the progress of outstanding actions.
19 pdf Work Programme (138Kb)
To review the Committee Work Programme.
Exempt Items
20 No Exempt Items
THERE ARE NO EXEMPT ITEMS ON THIS AGENDA

Attendance

Declarations of Interests

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