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Issue details

Transfer and Transformation of Haxby Hall Care Home

Purpose of Report: In order to ensure the long term future of Haxby Hall care home and the provision of good quality care this report will seek consent to undertake a series of land transactions and developments.

Members will be asked to approve a number of land transactions.
These will include the lease of Haxby hall site, acquisition of land for the development of new ambulance station.

-       This item has been withdrawn pending a response to consultation from the Yorkshire Ambulance Service on the proposals, this item will return to the Forward Plan as soon as possible.

Decision type: Key

Reason Key: Cabinet Decision - a 'Key Issue' - decision leading to savings or expenditure of £500,000 or above;

Decision status: Withdrawn

Wards affected: Haxby and Wigginton Ward;

Notice of proposed decision first published: 22/07/2019

Decision due: 29/08/19 by Executive
Reason: This item has been withdrawn pending a response to consultation from the Yorkshire Ambulance Service on the proposals, this item will return to the Forward Plan as soon as possible.

Lead member: Executive Member for Health and Adult Social Care

Lead director: Corporate Director of Health, Housing and Adult Social Care

Department: Directorate of Health, Housing and Adult Social Care

Contact: Vicky Japes x3382 Email: vicky.japes@york.gov.uk.

Consultation process

Consultation and communication has been ongoing with staff at Haxby Hall. Initial consultation was undertaken with residents and families at Haxby Hall. The proposals have been discussed at a number of Haxby Town council meetings, neighbouring residents have been consulted. Discussions are ongoing with Yorkshire Ambulance Service and Yorkshire Housing.

Documents

  • Transfer and Transformation of Haxby Hall Care Home  

 

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