Agenda

Venue: St Alphege CE Infant School, Oxford Street, Whitstable CT5 1DA

Contact: Vanessa Montgomery, 01227 862 009, Email: democracy@canterbury.gov.uk 

Items
No. Item

1.

Meet and Greet Session

Meet and greet session, with formal business starting 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 20 November 2019 pdf icon PDF 74 KB

To agree the minutes of the previous meeting.

5.

Parking Strategy Review and Proposed Changes to Charges and Conditions in Council Car Parks pdf icon PDF 89 KB

To consider the report of Richard Moore, Head of Transportation and Environment.

Additional documents:

6.

Local Authority Trading Company specification for street cleansing pdf icon PDF 197 KB

To note the report of David Ford, Director of Commissioned Services.

 

(Report to follow)

7.

Question and Answer Session

This item will last a maximum of 20 minutes.

8.

Future Items

To note the following items, and to discuss possible further items for the coming year:

 

·         Annual on-street parking review - March 2020

·         Maintenance of Tankerton Slopes update – March 2020

 

 

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

 

You can see the items requested since the start of this council here.

 

9.

Monitoring Sheet pdf icon PDF 52 KB

To note updates relating to the recommendations of previous Forums, contained in the Monitoring Sheet.

 

10.

Date of next meeting

Wednesday 18 March 2020.

11.

Any other urgent business to be heard in public

12.

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.