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Housing, Neighbourhoods and Leisure Committee 01-JUL-2015

1 July 2015 at 6:30pm in the Council Chamber

Civic Offices, Bridge Street, Reading RG1 2LU

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Amy Bryan. Contact Committee Services Team

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pdf icon Agenda [82kb]

pdf icon All Papers [401kb]

Agenda

ItemDescriptionWard AffectedReport
1.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

Councillors to declare any disclosable pecuniary interests they may have in relation to the items for consideration.

  
2.MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE HOUSING NEIGHBOURHOODS AND LEISURE COMMITTEE HELD ON 18 MARCH 2015 pdf icon Item 2 [45kb]
3.

MINUTES OF OTHER BODIES

Community Safety Partnership - 11 March 2015

 

 pdf icon Item 3 [44kb]
4.

PETITIONS

Petitions submitted pursuant to Standing Order 36 in relation to matters falling within the Committee's Powers & Duties which have been received by Head of Legal & Democratic Services no later than four clear working days before the meeting.

  
5.

QUESTIONS FROM MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC AND COUNCILLORS

Questions submitted pursuant to Standing Order 36 in relation to matters falling within the Committee's Powers & Duties which have been submitted in writing and received by the Head of Legal & Democratic Services no later than four clear working days before the meeting.

  
6.

DECISION BOOK REFERENCES

To consider any requests received by the Monitoring Officer pursuant to Standing Order 42, for consideration of matters falling within the Committee's Powers & Duties which have been the subject of Decision Book reports.

  
7.

WASTE (ENGLAND & WALES) REGULATIONS 2011 - OUTCOME OF THE TECHNICALLY, ENVIRONMENTALLY AND ECONOMICALLY PRACTICABLE (TEEP) TESTS FOR THE CURRENT COLLECTION METHODS FOR SOME RECYCLABLE MATERIALS

This report considers certain implications of The Waste Regulations that came into effect on 1 January 2015 and the outcome of the TEEP test on the current collection arrangements for certain recyclable materials.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 7 [52kb]
8.

WEE LOCAL PROJECT FUND APPLICATION: KERBSIDE COLLECTION OF SMALL ELECTRICAL ITEMS

This report provides an update on the trial scheme to collect small electrical items from all households in the borough that receive a kerbside recycling collection and the timetable for implementation.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 8 [31kb]
9.

PETITION REQUESTING A COMMUNAL BIN AT AMITY STREET AND CHOLMELEY ROAD - UPDATE

This report provides an update on the consultation following the petition to provide communal bins at Amity Street and Cholmeley Road.

PARK

pdf icon Item 9 Appendix [104kb]

pdf icon Item 9 Petition [33kb]

10.

WILDFLOWER VERGES - RESPONSE TO THE PLANTLIFE GUIDE TO THE GOOD ROAD VERGE MANAGEMENT INITIATIVE

This report provides an update to the investigation as to whether the Council should sign up to the Plantlife wildflower conservation initiative.

BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 10 [24kb]
11.

CONTROL OF DOGS IN READING OLD CEMETERY

Item requested by Councillor White in accordance with Committee Procedure Rule 36C (3).

This report considers a recent request to allow dogs on leads in Reading Old Cemetery.

PARK & BOROUGHWIDEpdf icon Item 11 [39kb]

 

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