Agenda

Scrutiny Co-ordination Committee
Wednesday, 6th January, 2021 10.30 am

Venue: This meeting will be held remotely. The meeting can be viewed live by pasting this link into your browser: https://youtu.be/eCGafnQ5hYk

Contact: Suzanne Bennett/Liz Knight, Governance Services - Telephone: 024 7697 2299/2644  E-mail:  suzanne.bennett@coventry.gov.uk/liz.knight@coventry.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

Public Business

1.

Apologies and Substitutions

2.

Declarations of Interest

3.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 265 KB

3a

To agree the minutes of the previous meeting held on 25 November, 2020

3b

Matters Arising

4.

Consideration of Call in - Stage 2 - Introduction of Parking Charges at War Memorial Park - Consideration of Objections Following a Period of Consultation. pdf icon PDF 212 KB

Briefing Note of the Director of Streetscene and Regulatory Services

 

The Scrutiny Co-ordination Committee will consider the call in indicated below.  In accordance with the Constitution, at least one of those Members must be in attendance at the meeting for consideration of their call in.

 

Cabinet Member for Policing and Equalities – 3 December, 2020

 

Cabinet Member, Councillor A S Khan, who has been invited to attend this meeting.

 

The report of the Director of Streetscene and Regulatory Services is attached as an appendix to the Briefing Note.

 

The Cabinet Member has agreed to:-

 

1.  Consider the objections to the proposed introduction of parking charges.

 

2.  Subject to Recommendation 1, approve the implementation of the charging structure at the War Memorial Park as detailed in Appendix 2 to this report, noting that this will be undertaken by making of the said variation Order

 

Decision called in by Councillor A Andrews, R Bailey and G Ridley

 

Their reason for the call in :-

 

“Whilst the principle of introducing charges at the War Memorial Park was approved at a meeting held on the 25th February 2020, the public consultation was not held until October 2020. At the Cabinet Member meeting held on December 2020, insufficient information and data was presented to the Cabinet Member in relation to the potential impact of displacement parking in local residential roads.

 

We would like to consider this matter in further depth including with officers from our highways team.”

 

 

 

Additional documents:

5.

Scrutiny Co-ordination Committee Work Programme and Outstanding issues 2020/2021 pdf icon PDF 272 KB

Report of the Director of Law and Governance

6.

Any Other Items of Public Business

Any other items of public business which the Chair decides to take as a matter of urgency because of the special circumstances involved.

Private Business

Nil