Notice of key decisions

THE LOCAL AUTHORITIES (EXECUTIVE ARRANGEMENTS) (MEETINGS AND ACCESS TO INFORMATION (ENGLAND) REGULATIONS 2012

Notice of Key Decisions – General Exception

Regulation 9 of the Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to Information (England) Regulations 2012 requires 28 clear days notice to be published of the Council’s intention to make key decisions.

Regulation 10 (1) allows, that if it is impracticable for the Council to give the required 28 days notice, the decision may still be made if the Chairman of the Scrutiny Committee has been given notice in writing of the matter about which the decision is to be made, a copy of the notice is made available for inspection by the public and is published on the Council’s website, and at least 5 clear days have elapsed following the day on which the notice is made available for inspection by the public.

Notice is hereby given under Regulation 10 (3) of the Council’s intention to make a key decision at its Cabinet meeting on Thursday 20 February 2014, regarding:

A report on the Golf Course Redevelopment Project.

The reason publication in accordance with Regulation 9 was impracticable in this case was due to:

Cabinet having only selected their preferred option in relation to the Golf Course on the 23 January 2014. The item was added to the published forward plan as soon as practicable following Cabinet decision on 23 January 2014 and this additional notice will be added to our website and published on our notice board in reception. Consultation with residents in Amington is being planned ahead of the next Cabinet meeting to consider how best to engage with residents as this new project progresses.

Goodwin signiture

Anthony E. Goodwin
Chief Executive
Tamworth Borough Council