Agenda and decisions
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To approve and sign the minutes of the Decision Session held on 14 August 2019.
This report sets out a brief to the master developers of the York Central site on the aspirations of the Council as a key York Central partner, identifying some basic principles on what it hopes will be achieved in terms of the mix of business space, the range of occupiers who will bring their businesses to York and the environmental characteristics that the city needs.
a) The Brief to the Master Developers be endorsed and that officers and Members seek to influence the Council’s partners to seek the realisation of this vision through the careful choice of investors, developers and occupiers for the York Central site and the demonstration of benefit to all residents with a wide range of employment including social enterprises and small businesses.
b) The Leader of the Council be requested to write to the Government to seek exemption for York from permitted development rights for the conversion of offices to housing and hotel uses.
c) Reports on the future Industrial Strategy, Reserved Matters process and Sustainability be provided to the Executive Member.
Reason: To support inclusive and sustainable economic growth in York.
This report presents proposals to publish the updated Planning Enforcement Register online to enable easier public access to the information that it contains.
a) The publication of the Planning Enforcement Register online be approved
b) A six month update on the working of the online Planning Enforcement Register and outstanding enforcement cases be reported to the Executive Member
Reason: To ensure that the Local Planning complies with its duty under section 188 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and article 43 of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure (England) order 2015)
Any other business which the Executive Member considers urgent under the Local Government Act 1972.