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Decisions published

25/01/2022 - The Shorncliffe Trust ref: 2605    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Shorncliffe in the Great War

A printed booklet that will raise awareness of the districts Military history and a new legacy archive that has been donated to the Shorncliffe Trust

 

Decision Maker: Ward member for East Folkestone (1)

Decision published: 31/03/2022

Effective from: 25/01/2022

Decision:

 

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £500 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To support organisations who keep the history of Folkestone in the forefront of the community.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


25/01/2022 - The Shorncliffe Trust ref: 2602    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Shorncliffe in the Great War

A printed booklet that will raise awareness of the districts Military history and a new legacy archive that has been donated to the Shorncliffe Trust.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for East Folkestone (2)

Decision published: 31/03/2022

Effective from: 25/01/2022

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £354 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To support organisations who keep the history of Folkestone in the forefront of the community.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


25/01/2022 - Custom Folkestone ref: 2601    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

The Locavore Growing Project (Community Garden)

Material and tools for the Locavore Community Garden

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for East Folkestone (2)

Decision published: 31/03/2022

Effective from: 25/01/2022

Decision:

 

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £121 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To support local organisations that value community, ecology and promoting healthy living.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


25/01/2022 - The Shorncliffe Trust ref: 2606    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Shorncliffe in the Great War

A printed booklet that will raise awareness of the districts Military history and a new legacy archive that has been donated to the Shorncliffe Trust

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Folkestone Central (2)

Decision published: 31/03/2022

Effective from: 25/01/2022

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £200 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To support organisations who keep the history of Folkestone in the forefront of the community.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


13/12/2021 - The Folkestone Hub CIC ref: 2568    Recommendations Approved

Wellbeing Centre - Setting up a wellbeing centre, that provides a space to run sessions like our Cuppa and Craft. Our main ethos is Reclaim, reuse and upcycle. Household rubbish and wood that is collected or dropped off for free. We repair and fix electronics to use in the community.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Hythe (3)

Decision published: 10/03/2022

Effective from: 13/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 561 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

The project tackles isolation and loneliness and at the same time provides an opportunity to reclaim, reuse and upcycle.

 

 

Lead officer: Jemma West


01/01/2022 - Custom Folkestone C.I.C. ref: 2559    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

The Locavore Growing Project (Community Garden) – Materials and tools for the Locavore Community Garden.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for East Folkestone (3)

Decision published: 04/03/2022

Effective from: 01/01/2022

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £1050 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

Giving access to books easily for children in one of the most deprived

areas of Folkestone – working through Martello Primary School. Books

are incredibly important for children to improve their reading skills and

imagination in all things.

Lead officer: Jemma West


23/01/2022 - New Romney In Bloom ref: 2535    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

New Romney In Bloom – To purchase, install and plant up (compost/plants/feed) planters

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for New Romney (2)

Decision published: 09/02/2022

Effective from: 23/01/2022

Decision:

 

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £1000 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

This group has made a huge impact on the look of the town making it an attractive place to visit.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


20/01/2022 - Lyminge Primary School ref: 2540    Recommendations Approved

 

Name and description of project:

 

Development of Forest School and Environmental Area – Storage shed and equipment to develop the forest school and environmental areas of school. Assisting the mental wellbeing and learning for the children.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for North Downs West (2)

Decision published: 09/02/2022

Effective from: 20/01/2022

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £250 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

We believe that understanding the natural environment is very important, particularly at the present moment.  Lyminge Primary School have progressed successfully so far with the support of staff and parents, but additional funding is required to purchase the equipment and materials for further developing the areas, including each classes design. Already they are seeing benefits for the children, with more engagement and understanding of the importance of understanding nature and encouraging children to take time away from electronics to enjoy it.

The funding would demonstrate that investing in the environment and nature is a worthwhile thing to do and will help the children appreciate that is also worth their time and investment.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


20/01/2022 - Lyminge Primary School ref: 2539    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Development of Forest School and Environmental Area – Storage shed and equipment to develop the forest school and environmental areas of school. Assisting the mental wellbeing and learning for the children.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for North Downs West (1)

Decision published: 09/02/2022

Effective from: 20/01/2022

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £250 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

We believe that understanding the natural environment is very important, particularly at the present moment.  Lyminge Primary School have progressed successfully so far with the support of staff and parents, but additional funding is required to purchase the equipment and materials for further developing the areas, including each classes design. Already they are seeing benefits for the children, with more engagement and understanding of the importance of understanding nature and encouraging children to take time away from electronics to enjoy it.

The funding would demonstrate that investing in the environment and nature is a worthwhile thing to do and will help the children appreciate that is also worth their time and investment.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


21/01/2022 - St Peter & St Paul's Church ref: 2538    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Notice boards inside the church – The grant will be used to purchase and install 5 new noticeboards inside the church

 

Decision Maker: Ward member for Romney Marsh (1)

Decision published: 09/02/2022

Effective from: 21/01/2022

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 400 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

I have studied the application and costings. The claim is for 5 boards @ £400 total plus £100 installation. I am happy to grant £400 with the church funding £100.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


26/01/2022 - Shepway Brass Academy ref: 2537    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Shepway Brass Pandemic Recovery – to be spent on tuition – hoping to start rebuilding membership

 

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Hythe (2)

Decision published: 09/02/2022

Effective from: 26/01/2022

Decision:

 

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £500 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

SBA provide a service that extends access to music learning in the community, which enriches the lives of local residents

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


25/01/2022 - New Romney Country Fayre ref: 2536    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

New Romney Country Fayre – Contribution to the cost of programme printing for the event

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for New Romney (2)

Decision published: 09/02/2022

Effective from: 25/01/2022

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £500 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

This event brings over 5000 people to the historic town of New Romney and is good for the whole community

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


25/01/2022 - Teach Me Courses ref: 2534    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Creating Creativity in the Community – Encouraging art and creativity to all ages and abilities in the community but in particular those who have learning difficulties or mental health issues to encourage wellbeing through creativity

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for New Romney (2)

Decision published: 09/02/2022

Effective from: 25/01/2022

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £1000 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

This group do invaluable work within the community

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


26/01/2022 - Romney Marsh Art Society ref: 2533    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Art on Display – The grant will be spent on new display screens to enable the annual art exhibition/festival to take place in 2022 at the Marsh Academy

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for New Romney (2)

Decision published: 09/02/2022

Effective from: 26/01/2022

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 500 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To help cover the cost for displace boards for exhibitions

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


25/01/2022 - Elham Primary School ref: 2532    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Noticeboard – To install a noticeboard that will inform the community of events taking place at the school

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for North Downs East (3)

Decision published: 09/02/2022

Effective from: 25/01/2022

Decision:

 

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £566.08 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

The noticeboard will be there for parents and members of the community to inform them of events and to display fortnightly newsletters regarding the schools activites.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


25/01/2022 - Elham Primary School ref: 2531    Recommendations Approved

 

Name and description of project:

 

Science Week Planetarium – To hire a planetarium for the final day of Science Week

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for North Downs East (3)

Decision published: 09/02/2022

Effective from: 25/01/2022

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £580 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To be able to provide a week of fun learning especially after the restrictions and difficulties the children have faced over the past 18 months, as well as come together as a community inviting local businesses, organisations and visitors to join us.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


28/01/2022 - Stanford Parish Council ref: 2521    Recommendations Approved

DEFIBRILLATORS FOR THE VILLAGES OF WESTENHANGER AND

STANFORD

 

TO PURCHASE TWO DEFIBRILLATORS AND THEIR CABINETS TO BE AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC ACCESS.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for North Downs West (1)

Decision published: 28/01/2022

Effective from: 28/01/2022

Decision:

To provide funding of £300 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To provide easily accessible public defibrillators to those living and working in Stanford and Westenhanger. The villages are separated by a rail line with pedestrian access only. One of the defibrillators will be located at the Railway Station and therefore will serve passengers accessing the Station.

 

Lead officer: Amandeep Khroud


28/01/2022 - Stanford Parish Council ref: 2520    Recommendations Approved

DEFIBRILLATORS FOR THE VILLAGES OF WESTENHANGER AND

STANFORD

 

TO PURCHASE TWO DEFIBRILLATORS AND THEIR CABINETS TO BE AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC ACCESS.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for North Downs West (2)

Decision published: 28/01/2022

Effective from: 28/01/2022

Decision:

 

To provide funding of £300 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To provide easily accessible public defibrillators to those living and working in Stanford and Westenhanger. The villages are separated by a rail line with pedestrian access only. One of the defibrillators will be located at the Railway Station and therefore will serve passengers accessing the Station.

 

Lead officer: Amandeep Khroud


27/01/2022 - FOLKESTONE & HYTHE DISTRICT HIGH STREETS FUND ref: 2519    Recommendations Approved

This report sets out the detail of applications recommended for approved funding via the Folkestone and Hythe High Street Fund initiative and seeks confirmation for the grant award.

 

Decision Maker: Leader of the Council

Decision published: 27/01/2022

Effective from: 04/02/2022

Decision:

 

DECISION:

 

1.          To receive and note Report C/21/76.

2.          To approve the recommended High Street Fund grant applications as summarised this report.

 

 

 

Reasons for decision:

 

The Leader is asked to agree to the recommendations of the Decision Panel on grant awards, as set out below, because agreement is needed on these applications to the Folkestone & Hythe District High Streets Fund.

 

Lead officer: Katharine Harvey


25/01/2022 - CONSIDERATION OF OBJECTIONS TO TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER FOR THE EXTENSION OF CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE G1 ref: 2518    Recommendations Approved

This report considers the objections received in respect of the proposed Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) for an extension of the controlled parking zone (CPZ) in the East Cliff area, Folkestone.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Transport and Digital Transformation

Decision published: 25/01/2022

Effective from: 02/02/2022

Decision:

1.    To receive and note Report C/21/74.

 

 

2.    That officers proceed with making the TRO with slight changes in Warren Road and Southbourne Road to accommodate some of the wishes of objectors.

 

3.    That each household within the zone be restricted to two resident permits. That each tenant in multiple tenancy homes also be eligible to apply for up to two permits provided a tenancy agreement is submitted.

 

4.    That the number of residents’ visitors’ permits per household be limited to 100 in any year but this limit be extended in exceptional circumstances.

 

5.    That residents and businesses with more than one car be entitled to buy a shared permit for the number of vehicles registered to them.

 

6.    That the fees for permits replicate current arrangements for existing schemes in the district as follows:

 

Residents’ Permit                                       £30 per year

Additional resident permit                       £30 per year

Shared Resident permit                           £30 per year

Resident Visitor permit                             £5.20 per day (book of 5)

Business permit                                         £60 per year

Replacement lost or stolen permit        £5.20

Special permit (Health & care workers)            Free

 

7.    That all permit charges be subject to an annual review.

 

8.    That the eligibility criteria be:

·         Resident permit

            The applicant’s usual place of residence should be in the CPZ

The vehicle is either a passenger vehicle or a goods vehicle of a height less than 3.2 metres (10ft 6ins) and length less than 6.5 metres (21ft 4ins) a gross weight not exceeding 5 tonnes. That officers discretion be applied in exceptional cases.

·         Resident visitor permits

            Applicant’s usual place of residence should be in the CPZ

·         Business permit

            The business operates from an address within the CPZ

The vehicle is essential for the efficient operation of the business

 

  1. That the extended zone be reviewed 12 months after implementation.

 

 


Reasons for decision:

 

The Cabinet Member for Transport is asked to agree the recommendations set out below because:

a)         The majority of residents within the proposed extended zone have indicated they do experience parking difficulties and are in favour of parking controls especially since the recent introduction of the East Cliff Gardens zone.

b)         Parking controls will help to address the commuter/long-stay parking and traffic flow problems experienced by many of the local residents especially during peak times.

 

Lead officer: Andy Blaszkowicz


21/01/2022 - Folkestone & Hythe District Discretionary COVID Additional Restrictions Grant - Revised Eligibility Criteria ref: 2517    Recommendations Approved

This report sets out proposals for how Folkestone & Hythe district council will use recent government funding awarded to the Additional Restrictions Grant scheme to support local businesses severely affected by the COVID Omicron variant from December 2021.

 

Decision Maker: Leader of the Council

Decision published: 21/01/2022

Effective from: 21/01/2022

Decision:

1.            To adopt the criteria and approach outlined in this report for the Folkestone & Hythe COVID Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) scheme following the recent financial award made by Government in response to the impact pf the COVID Omicron variant.

2.            To agree that the final decision to award Additional Restrictions Grants and any subsequent changes required to the eligibility criteria is delegated to the Director of Place in consultation with the Leader.

 

 

 


Reasons for decision:

 

The Leader is asked to agree because the government requires local authorities to set out the approach and criteria to be adopted for making Additional Restrictions Grant scheme awards to businesses in their district.

 

Lead officer: Ewan Green


17/01/2022 - CONTAIN OUTBREAK MANAGEMENT FUND (COMF) ALLOCATIONS ref: 2516    Recommendations Approved

This report seeks approval for the Contain Outbreak Management Fund (COMF) which the Council has been awarded from a combination of funding allocations from central government and Kent County Council.

Decision Maker: Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Communities

Decision published: 17/01/2022

Effective from: 25/01/2022

Decision:

 

DECISION:

 

1.        To receive and note report C/21/63.

2.        To approve the allocation of funding as set out in Section 2 of the report.

3.        To agree that the Director of Place, in consultation with the Leader of the Council and the Director of Corporate Services, be authorised to make amendments to the allocations as required.

 

 

 

Reasons for decision:

 

Cabinet is asked to agree the recommendations below in order that the COMF be fully utilised across the district.

 


17/12/2021 - 2nd Sandgate Scout Group ref: 2515    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Replacement camping equipment

New camping equipment for use by the whole Group. New tents, dining shelters and cooking equipment

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Sandgate and West Folkestone (1)

Decision published: 24/12/2021

Effective from: 17/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £300 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To provide better facilities for young people to get them out and about in the open air and support their mental and physical health

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


17/12/2021 - 2nd Sandgate Scout Group ref: 2514    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Replacement camping equipment

New camping equipment for use by the whole Group. New tents, dining shelters and cooking equipment

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Sandgate and West Folkestone (2)

Decision published: 24/12/2021

Effective from: 17/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £300 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

The funding will purchase new tents, dining shelters, lighting and cooking

 equipment to allow the group to get children out together camping and having

 fun together. Which after the last two years seems exactly right!

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


21/12/2021 - Sandgate Society ref: 2513    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Disabled Access to Promenade at Sandgate

The grant will be spend on installing a ramp from Castle Road Car Park in Sandgate to the beach promenade to enable wheelchair users and cyclists to access the seafront from the car park.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Sandgate and West Folkestone (2)

Decision published: 23/12/2021

Effective from: 21/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £1247.50 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

The stepped access from Castle Road car park to the seafront has long been

a hazard to wheelchairs, buggies and cyclists. I’m delighted that we can finally

provide step-free access.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


21/12/2021 - Sandgate Society ref: 2512    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Disabled Access to Promenade at Sandgate

The grant will be spend on installing a ramp from the Castle Road Car Park in Sandgate to the beach promenade to enable wheelchair users and cyclists to access the seafront from the car park.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Sandgate and West Folkestone (1)

Decision published: 23/12/2021

Effective from: 21/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £1247.50 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To enable wheelchair users and cyclists to access the seafront from the car park, making the district more disability friendly and accessible in support of the aims of the Disability Discrimination Act 2005 and the Equality Act 2010

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


09/12/2021 - 1st New Romney Scout Group ref: 2511    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

First Aid Equipment / Safety Equipment

Fast Opening Individual First Aid Kit Bag Waist/Leg (4 off)

Super Bright head torches (6 off)

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for New Romney (1)

Decision published: 22/12/2021

Effective from: 09/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 273.82 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

The Scouting Group helps many young people within our local community and across the globe to develop a range of positive life skills. The applicant – 1st New Romney Scout Group Explorer Young Leader Section is no exception. The funding will enable the Explorer Young Leader Section to carry out training activities and to also to help train young members within the group attain their First Aid skills and expedition night hikes with map reading and compass bearing skills.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


07/12/2021 - Romney Resource Centre ref: 2510    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Welfare and Counselling Spaces

A refresh of our Counselling and Welfare rooms, to create a nicer environment and safe space for young people, parents and families to access one to one emotional support.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for New Romney (1)

Decision published: 22/12/2021

Effective from: 07/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 500 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

The Romney Resource Centre provides essential help for some of the most vulnerable members (and their families) within our community so the creation of a nicer environment for young people, parents and families to access one to one emotional support will help the organisation deliver its services The funding will facilitate redecoration, soft furnishing and calming art work to create a safe space for young people to feel able to open up and is a positive endorsement of the organisation’s life-changing work.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


18/11/2021 - Hythe Triangle Community Garden ref: 2509    Recommendations Approved

 

Name and description of project:

 

Boundary Wall

Repairs and partial rebuild of the Grade II listed wall which forms the boundary of the Hythe Triangle Community Garden

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Hythe (2)

Decision published: 22/12/2021

Effective from: 18/11/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 1000 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

The triangle is an important asset to the people of Hythe; it’s a place where the community can come together to connect with each other, nature, and Hythe’s history. These funds will help ensure its future as a focal point for local people.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


29/11/2021 - Hythe Town Concert Band ref: 2506    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

HTCB Band Hut Roof Replacement

Replacement roof for Hythe Town Concert Band’s hut, used to store the band’s music library, some instruments, and equipment such as event music stands and banners/

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Hythe (2)

Decision published: 20/12/2021

Effective from: 29/11/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 500 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

The Hythe Town Concert band offers an opportunity for our community to come together around music – to learn, play and enjoy. I see this as a valuable contribution to helping our arts and culture flourish in Hythe.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


11/12/2021 - Brookland Parish Council ref: 2504    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Keeping Brookland Tidy

The grant will be spent on a new dual purpose waste bin to hold litter and dog waste both hygienically and securely behind a lid/flap.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Walland and Dengemarsh (2)

Decision published: 20/12/2021

Effective from: 11/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

To provide funding of £340 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision

Residents of the whole village can benefit from an improvement in the management of dog and general waste on the High Street.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


13/12/2021 - Saltwood Lads Club ref: 2508    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

The Lads Club Development Project

Soft landscaping at the rear of the building to include the planting of 2 new trees

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Hythe Rural (2)

Decision published: 20/12/2021

Effective from: 13/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 580 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To provide soft landscaping to the rear of the Lads’ Club + purchase & planting of two trees – to benefit the local community and wildlife

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


13/12/2021 - Friends of Lympne School ref: 2507    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Sensory room and Sensory garden

The sensory room plus garden are in desperate need of renovating, as well as new sensory items, seating and plants to create calm areas for all children.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Hythe Rural (2)

Decision published: 20/12/2021

Effective from: 13/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 417.56 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To provide chairs, beanbags, lights, blinds and a rug for a Sensory Room to benefit pupils at Lympne School

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


12/12/2021 - Hythe Triangle Community Garden ref: 2505    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Boundary Wall

Repairs and partial rebuild of the Grade II listed wall which formes the boundary of the Hythe Triangle Community Garden

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Hythe (1)

Decision published: 20/12/2021

Effective from: 12/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £500 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

A good community project which seeks to retain and enhance Hythe’s heritage while involving local people.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


09/12/2021 - Channel Rotary ref: 2503    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

The Channel Triathlon

 

The Triathlon has a Swim from Sunnt Sands, Transition on the East Cliff (proposed) Bike to Acrise and the Run through the Coastal Park. This is the 5th year. It has built a strong support by athletes and funds for local charity.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Sandgate and West Folkestone (2)

Decision published: 15/12/2021

Effective from: 09/12/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 250 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

I’m pleased to support an important local event that raises £10,000’s for charity, brings visitors and prestige to the area and passes through Sandgate and West Folkestone.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


23/11/2021 - Folkestone Rescue ref: 2502    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Folkestone Rescue Ltd. Assistance with buying kit and equipment for lifeguard lookout station.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Folkestone Harbour (1)

Decision published: 15/12/2021

Effective from: 23/11/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 500 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


10/11/2021 - Pebbles Dementia Cafe ref: 2501    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Provisions and Christmas Event and for Musical Puppeteers. Rental charge for St Peter’s Church Hall x monthly respire car – 2-4 hours once per month commencing in January 2022, Covid-19 PPE requirements

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Walland and Dengemarsh (1)

Decision published: 07/12/2021

Effective from: 10/11/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 500 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

Gives coastal elderly residents a fun day

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


27/11/2021 - Saltwood Lads Club ref: 2500    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Soft landscaping at the rear of the building to include the planting of 2 new trees.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Hythe Rural (1)

Decision published: 07/12/2021

Effective from: 27/11/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 280 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

The lad’s club in Saltwood has been serving the community for many years helping many groups which includes the mother and toddler group and beavers, cubs and scouts.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


11/11/2021 - Hythe Triangle ref: 2499    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

Repairs and partial rebuild of the Grade II listed wall which forms the boundary of the Hythe Triangle Community Garden

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Hythe (3)

Decision published: 01/12/2021

Effective from: 11/11/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 300 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

Towards the skilled work that will be needed to repair the wall which is part of the listed structure.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


03/11/2021 - CARM ref: 2498    Recommendations Approved

 

Name and description of project:

 

CARM – Caring Around Romney Marsh – a Christmas dinner for Lydd Meeting Point members and helpers

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Walland and Dengemarsh (1)

Decision published: 01/12/2021

Effective from: 03/11/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 500 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

To give my elderly residents a Xmas lunch

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law


03/11/2021 - Lympne School ref: 2497    Recommendations Approved

Name and description of project:

 

The sensory room plus garden are in desperate need of renovating, as well as new sensory items, seating and plants to create calm areas for all children.

 

Decision Maker: Ward Member for Hythe Rural (1)

Decision published: 01/12/2021

Effective from: 03/11/2021

Decision:

DECISION:

 

To provide funding of £ 750 to the above project.

 

 

Reason for decision:

 

I wish to support this project to renovate the Sensory room and Garden I

believe it is very important that the council support this project.

 

Lead officer: Assistant Director - Governance and Law