Agenda

Venue: The Guildhall, St Peter's Place, Canterbury

Contact: Pippa Tritton, Email: democracy@canterbury.gov.uk, 01227 862 009 

Items
No. Item

1.

Meet and greet

This is a chance for the public to meet and talk to their councillors on an informal basis before the business of the meeting starts at 7pm.

2.

Apologies for absence

3.

Declarations of any interests by councillors or officers

Councillors are reminded that the code of conduct as set out in the constitution still applies at these meetings. This means you are required to make declarations relating disclosable pecuniary interests and other significant interests and that you should consider any other voluntary announcements you would like to make.

4.

Minutes of the meeting held on 9 September 2019 pdf icon PDF 70 KB

To agree the minutes of the previous meeting.

5.

Christmas attractions in Canterbury

Tracy Brunt, Events Officer has produced the following short note outlining 2019 Christmas attractions in Canterbury.

 

The Canterbury Christmas Lights Switch will take place on Friday 15th November at 4pm in Rose Square.   Around 3000 people attend this event which has live entertainment.   The Christmas Market will be partially open to provide the public with some festive food and drink.   The full market opens the following Friday 22nd until Christmas Eve.   This year there will be a helter skelter as well as Santa's Grotto alongside the stalls.    Canterbury on Ice in Dane John Gardens, opens on 29th November and will be open every day, except Christmas Day itself, until 1st January.   The Lord Mayor's Christmas Eve Carol Concert in aid of charity, takes place in the City Centre at 4pm and attracts 2.5K.


To note.

6.

A boards update pdf icon PDF 53 KB

An annual update on A Boards within the city centre.

 

To note.

7.

Subways update

Richard Moore, Head of Transportation and Environment  has produced the following update on subways.

 

The vinyl wrapping to the Wincheap subway was completed on 5 September 2019 and it has been extremely well received with many people stopping to admire the images of the city. As such we are now looking undertake a similar approach to the St Dunstan’s Street railway underpass, working with the St Dunstan’s Residents Association.

 

Unfortunately a number of areas of tiling on the Wincheap subway ramps have suffered from adhesion problems and a remedial plan has now been agreed with the contractor. Due to the need for dry weather conditions these will be undertaken in the spring.

 

To note. 

8.

Public question and answer session

This is a chance for the public to ask questions of their councillors. The will be a limit of 20 minutes allocated to this item.

9.

Monitoring Sheet pdf icon PDF 48 KB

Updates relating to recommendations of previous Forum meetings are contained in the monitoring sheet to note.

10.

Future agenda items

Councillors and members of the public can request items to be included on future agendas by email democracy@canterbury.gov.uk

 

To note the following items for future meetings of the Forum and to

discuss possible items for the coming year:

·       St George’s Street, Canterbury

·       Litter and flytipping

·       Annual parking Review – March 2020

·       Canterbury Castle update

·       Christmas attractions 2020

 

Councillors and members of the public can request items to be

included on future agendas by email democracy@canterbury.gov.uk

 

To see items requested in the past and what happened with those

please visit the Forum webpage here.

 

 

 

 

11.

Date of next meeting

7 pm, Monday 13 January 2019.

12.

Any other urgent business to be heard in public

13.

Any other urgent business to be heard following the exclusion of the press and public

It will be necessary to pass a resolution to exclude the press and public before business can be taken under this item.