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To seek the Cabinet Member’s approval to
formalise the Council’s commitment to stage the Woodland
Festival for a further period of three years from 2022 to 2024
inclusive and to approve a suite of special event car parking
charges for the Derbyshire County Council Woodland Festival,
Elvaston Castle Country Park in September 2022.
Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Infrastructure and Environment
Decision published: 13/05/2022
Effective from: 21/05/2022
That the Cabinet Member:
a) Approves the Council’s commitment to arrange the Woodland Festival each September during 2022, 2023 and 2024.
b) Approves the suite of special event car parking charges, as set out in the report, at the Derbyshire County Council Woodland Festival at Elvaston Castle Country Park on 17 and 18 September 2022.
c) Notes that a further report will be prepared for consideration during 2022-23 that sets out proposals for introducing new commercial arrangements for the 2023 Woodland Festival.
Lead officer: Justine Spencer
To ask the Cabinet member to confirm the
nominations of persons to serve as local authority school
Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Education
Decision published: 12/05/2022
Effective from: 20/05/2022
That Cabinet Member confirm that the
nominations for persons to serve as local authority governors as
set out in Appendix 2
Lead officer: Maria Thomas
The purpose of this report is to seek approval
for the outline spending plans for Derbyshire County
Council’s allocation of the Household Support Fund Grant
Extension of £5.4m. The report also seeks permission for the
delegation of authority to the Director of Public Health in
consultation with the Chief Financial Officer and the Executive
Director of Children’s Services. This will allow the Council
to respond flexibly and effectively to any challenges, risks and
opportunities that occur during the grant period and maintain our
ability to swiftly distribute funds to vulnerable
Decision Maker: Council Leader
Decision published: 11/05/2022
Effective from: 19/05/2022
Lead officer: Dean Wallace
To obtain approval for the submission of a
package of transport actions to Chesterfield Borough Council for
its consideration and inclusion within an Action Plan to maintain
air quality levels in accordance with National Air Quality
objective level within the declared A619 Brimington Air Quality
Management Area. Also, to approve the acceptance of a £30,000
contribution from the Chesterfield Borough Council Community
Infrastructure Levy towards implementation of Action 1 as set out
in this report.
Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Highways, Assets and Transport
Decision published: 04/05/2022
That the Cabinet Member:
a)Approves the submission of the actions set out in this report to Chesterfield Borough Council to be considered for inclusion within the A619 Brimington Air Quality Management Area Action Plan.
b)Approves the acceptance of a £30,000 contribution from the Chesterfield Borough Council Community Infrastructure Levy towards implementation of Action 1.
Lead officer: Alan Marsden