Council assembly to agree the revised Canada Water Area Action Plan for publication and submission to the Secretary of State provided no substantive changes are necessary following consultation.
(See pages 20 - 38 of the main agenda and supplemental agenda 1, pages 1 - 171)
Councillors Mark Glover, Helen Hayes and Andy Simmons declared a personal interest in this item and left the room whilst it was discussed and voted upon.
This report was considered after the guillotine had fallen, therefore in accordance with council assembly procedure rule 1.12 (3) & (4), the report was afforded up to a maximum of 15 minutes.
In accordance with council assembly procedure rule 2.11 (1), Councillor Fiona Colley, cabinet member for regeneration and corporate strategy, moved the report.
Following debate (Councillors Dan Garfield, Anood Al-Samerai and Nick Dolezal), Councillors David Hubber and Nick Dolezal made points of personal explanation.
During the the debate on this item Councillor Nick Stanton declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in this item as reference was made in the debate to a planning committee that the company he works for had been instructed to act. He therefore withdrew for the remainder of the debate and vote on the item.
At 10.22pm the Mayor announced that the time allocated to this report had expired and the meeting would move to the vote.
The recommendations contained within the report were put to the vote and declared to be carried.
1. That the publication/submission draft Revised Canada Water Area Action Plan (RCWAAP) (Appendix A of the report), proposed changes to the adopted policies map (Appendix B of the report), the sustainability appraisal (Appendix C of the report), the equalities analysis (Appendix D of the report), the consultation plan (Appendix E of the report6), the consultation report (Appendix F of the report) and the Appropriate Assessment (Appendix G of the report) be noted.
2. That the publication/submission draft RCWAAP be approved for publication and submission to the Secretary of State, provided no substantive changes are necessary following consultation.
3. That any minor non-substantive amendments resulting from the meeting or consultation on the publication/submission draft RCWAAP be delegated to the director of planning in consultation with the cabinet member for regeneration and corporate strategy prior to its submission to the Secretary of State.
Note: The cabinet recommendation had not been amended, therefore in accordance with the budget and policy framework procedure rule 2 (e), the decision can be implemented with immediate effect.
In accordance with council assembly procedure rule 1.15(5) Councillor Stephen Govier requested that his abstention from the vote on this item be recorded in the minutes.