Decisions

Decisions published

03/07/2024 - Asset of Community Value (Duke of Wellington Pub Willingham) ref: 12489    Recommendations Approved

The purpose of this decision is to decide whether the land/building should be included as an asset of community value (“ACV”) on the Council’s register of ACVs.

 

On 15 May 2024 a nomination was received from Willingham Parish Council in respect of The Duke of Wellington Public House, 55 Church Street, Willingham, CB24 5HS.

 

Following consideration of the nomination, Notice of Nomination was sent to Cllrs Bill Handley and Daniel Lentell (for the district Ward of Over & Willingham), to the Parish Council acknowledging their nomination and to the owners, occupiers. The nomination was publicised through the weekly bulletin and the Lead Member for Communities was notified.

Decision Maker: Communications and Communities Service Manager

Decision published: 03/07/2024

Effective from: 03/07/2024

Decision:

Officers have considered the nomination along with the feedback from consultations and are satisfied that the non-ancillary use of the asset as detailed in the nomination form and accompanying map did further the social well-being or cultural recreational or sporting interests of the local Community in the recent past.  It is also considered realistic to think that there is a time in the next five years when there could be non-ancillary use of the asset that would further (whether or not in the same way as before) the social well-being or social interests of the local community. Therefore, it can be accepted, in accordance with Section 88 (2) of the Localism Act 2011.

Wards affected: Over & Willingham;

Lead officer: Emma Dyer


03/07/2024 - Asset of Community Value (Chequers Pub) ref: 12488    Recommendations Approved

The purpose of this decision is to decide whether the land/building should be included as an asset of community value (“ACV”) on the Council’s register of ACVs.

 

On 10 May 2024 a nomination was received from Cottenham Parish Council in respect of The Chequers Public House, 297 High Street, Cottenham, CB24 8QP.

 

Following consideration of the nomination, Notice of Nomination was sent to Cllrs Eileen Wilson and Annika Osborne, (for the district Ward of Cottenham), to the Parish Council acknowledging their nomination and to the owners and occupiers. The nomination was publicised through the weekly bulletin and the Lead Member for Communities was notified.

Decision Maker: Communications and Communities Service Manager

Decision published: 03/07/2024

Effective from: 03/07/2024

Decision:

Officers have considered the nomination along with the feedback received following issue of Notices of Nomination and are satisfied that the non-ancillary and current use of the asset as detailed in the nomination form and Land Registry title plan does further the social well-being, or cultural recreational or sporting interests of the local community.  It is also considered realistic to think there can continue to be non-ancillary use of the asset which will further the social interests of the local community. Therefore, it can be accepted, in accordance with Section 88 (1) of the Localism Act 2011.

Wards affected: Cottenham;

Lead officer: Emma Dyer


03/07/2024 - Assets of Community Value (Ickleton Lion) ref: 12487    Recommendations Approved

The purpose of this decision is to decide whether the land/building should be included as an asset of community value (“ACV”) on the Council’s register of ACVs.

 

On 28 May 2024 a nomination was received from Ickleton Parish Council in respect of The Ickleton Lion, 9 Abbey Street, Ickleton, CB10 1SS. This is a re-nomination of an asset that is due to be removed from the list on 10 July 2024 in accordance with the legislation following expiry of the listing.

 

Following consideration of the nomination, Notice of Nomination was sent to Cllr Peter McDonald (for the district Ward of Duxford), to the Parish Council acknowledging their nomination and to the owners. The nomination was publicised through the weekly bulletin and the Lead Member for Communities was notified.

Decision Maker: Communications and Communities Service Manager

Decision published: 03/07/2024

Effective from: 03/07/2024

Decision:

Officers have considered the nomination along with the feedback received following issue of Notices of Nomination and are satisfied that the non-ancillary use of the asset as detailed in the nomination form and accompanying map did further the social well-being or cultural recreational or sporting interests of the local Community in the recent past.  It is also considered realistic to think that there is a time in the next five years when there could be non-ancillary use of the asset that would further (whether or not in the same way as before) the social well-being or social interests of the local community, Therefore, it can be accepted, in accordance with Section 88 (2) of the Localism Act 2011.

Wards affected: Duxford;

Lead officer: Emma Dyer


03/07/2024 - Assets of Community Value (Cottenham Community Centre) ref: 12486    Recommendations Approved

The purpose of this decision is to decide whether the land/building should be included as an asset of community value (“ACV”) on the Council’s register of ACVs.

 

On 10 May 2024 a nomination was received from Cottenham Parish Council in respect of Cottenham Community Centre, 250a High Street, Cottenham, Cambridge CB24 8RZ.

 

Following consideration of the nomination, Notice of Nomination was sent to Cllrs Eileen Wilson and Annika Osborne, (for the district Ward of Cottenham), to the Parish Council acknowledging their nomination and to the owners and leaseholders. The nomination was publicised through the weekly bulletin and the Lead Member for Communities was notified.

Decision Maker: Communications and Communities Service Manager

Decision published: 03/07/2024

Effective from: 03/07/2024

Decision:

Officers have considered the nomination along with the feedback received following issue of Notices of Nomination and are satisfied that the non-ancillary and current use of the asset as detailed in the nomination form and Land Registry title plan does further the social well-being, or cultural recreational or sporting interests of the local community.  It is also considered realistic to think there can continue to be non-ancillary use of the asset which will further the social interests of the local community. Therefore, it can be accepted, in accordance with Section 88 (1) of the Localism Act 2011.

Wards affected: Cottenham;

Lead officer: Emma Dyer


01/07/2024 - Community Chest Grants ref: 12485    Recommendations Approved

On 27 June 2024 the Grants Advisory Committee reviewed all Community Chest applications received between 7 April 2024 and 7 June 2024.

 

Six applications were brought forward in ‘Appendix A’ of the meeting reports pack.

 

After consideration of these applications, the Committee recommended to the Lead Cabinet Member for Resources that:

 

1.     Gamlingay Leisure (Community Gym & MUGA) (WRCVRSKT) be approved and funded at the full amount requested of £1,750

 

2.     Linton Village Cricket Club (DDCXTMDV) be approved and funded at the full amount requested of £2,000

 

 

3.     The Cade Pavilion Management Committee (JWCKZHLB) requesting £2,000 is not funded -please see the ‘Other options considered and reasons for rejection’ section.

 

4.     Weston Colville Reading Room and Recreation Ground (BDZDXRRF) be approved and funded at the full amount requested of £1870.60

 

5.     Cambridge Online (HGLBVTBR) be approved and funded at the full amount requested of £2,000

 

6.     Cambourne Church (QDJLVXNV) be approved and funded at the full amount requested of £1,200

Decision Maker: Lead Cabinet member for Resources

Decision published: 02/07/2024

Effective from: 11/07/2024

Decision:

To accept the recommendations of the Grants Advisory Committee (see above).

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Emma Dyer


28/06/2024 - Electric Vehicle Charge Point Grant scheme - Application from Caxton Parish Council (KPGFLMGS) ref: 12484    Recommendations Approved

To approve the grant of £5,000 to Caxton Parish Council towards capital costs of the installation of an electric vehicle charge point at Caxton Village Hall, as set out in detail within the report to Grants Advisory Committee dated 27th June 2024.

Decision Maker: Lead Cabinet member for Resources

Decision published: 28/06/2024

Effective from: 06/07/2024

Decision:

To grant £5,000 to Caxton Parish Council

Wards affected: Caxton & Papworth;

Lead officer: Luke Waddington