Decision Maker: Cabinet
Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: No
Is subject to call in?: Yes
To receive authority to draw down Section 106 contributions from the Kingley Gate development – ref LU/355/10.
These sums are provided for the management and maintenance of the community facilities including changing facilities, sports pitches, play areas and public open space provided on site and as a contribution for a community building to be delivered by Littlehampton Town Council at Eldon Way, Wick, Littlehampton.
RESOLVED - That
1. Subject to the various Section 106 sums being received, approval be given to the drawing down of the following sums to fund the Council’s ongoing maintenance commitments on receipt of the sums on transfer of the facilities:
· Public open space sum £ 334,798 - plus indexation
· Play areas sums £ 24,000 - plus indexation
· Playing fields sum £ 24,144.00 – plus indexation
· Changing facilities sum £16,324 - plus indexation
Total - £399,266 plus indexation
2. Additional annual revenue expenditure of up to £30,000 be approved plus indexation in respect of the Council’s maintenance commitments for the public open space areas, play area and changing facilities as outlined in 1 above. This to include the extension of an existing temporary post in the Greenspace service to use the 5% management sum; and
3. Approval be given to the transfer of the Community Facilities commuted sum of £263,464.37 (heldby ADC) to Littlehampton Town Council by way of a Deed of Agreement toward construction of the replacement community facility building known as the Keystone building at Eldon Way, Littlehampton.
Report author: Joe Russell-Wells
Publication date: 16/11/2020
Date of decision: 16/11/2020
Decided at meeting: 16/11/2020 - Cabinet
Effective from: 26/11/2020