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Decisions published

18/11/2021 - Transport Capital Programme 2021/22: Budget Update Report 2 ref: 4315    Recommendations Approved

This report details budget changes within the agreed 2021/22 transport capital programme that are required so the programme continues to reflect current priorities, budgets match expenditure and that take-up of available grant funding is maximised.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Neighbourhoods (Deputy Leader - Councillor Amanda Chadderton)

Decision published: 29/11/2021

Effective from: 07/12/2021

Decision:

RESOLVED - That:
Agree the required budget adjustments as outlined below and in Appendix A to this report so that the programme continues to reflect current priorities, budgets match expenditure and that take-up of available grant funding is maximised.

Lead officer: Eleanor Sykes


24/11/2021 - Proposed Experimental Prohibition of Waiting Order - B6175 Burnley Lane, Chadderton ref: 4314    Recommendations Approved

The purpose of this report is to consider the implementation of an Experimental Prohibition of Waiting Order to supplement existing traffic calming measures in place on Burnley Lane, Chadderton which are being abused due to inconsiderate parking.

Decision Maker: Deputy Chief Executive – Helen Lockwood

Decision published: 25/11/2021

Effective from: 03/12/2021

Decision:

RESOLVED - That:
the Experimental Prohibition of Waiting Order associated with the scheme are approved, in accordance with the schedule at the end of this report

Lead officer: Gary Sutcliffe


24/11/2021 - Proposed Revocation of Taxi Rank and Introduction of Limited Waiting - Farrow Street East, Shaw ref: 4313    Recommendations Approved

The purpose of this report is to consider the introduction of a limited waiting bay to replace an existing taxi rank on Farrow Street East, Shaw.

Decision Maker: Deputy Chief Executive – Helen Lockwood

Decision published: 25/11/2021

Effective from: 03/12/2021

Decision:

RESOLVED - That:
a limited waiting restriction is introduced in accordance with the plan and schedule at the end of this report

Lead officer: Andrew Cowell


24/11/2021 - Proposed Traffic Calming Measures and 20mph Speed Limit - Propps Hall Drive, Failsworth ref: 4312    Recommendations Approved

The purpose of this report is to consider the implementation of traffic calming measures, Zebra crossing and 20mph speed limit on Propps Hall Drive, Failsworth

Decision Maker: Deputy Chief Executive – Helen Lockwood

Decision published: 25/11/2021

Effective from: 03/12/2021

Decision:

RESOLVED - That:
the traffic calming measures, zebra crossing and 20mph speed limit associated with the scheme are approved, in accordance with the drawings and schedules at the end of this report

Lead officer: Jeannette Whitney


29/06/2021 - Implementation of 2021/22 fees for Adult Social Care and Health services ref: 4311    Recommendations Approved

To set the fees for 2021/22 CQC regulated provision in Oldham in respect of adult health and social care funded services such as Residential and Nursing Homes and Domiciliary Care.
A report was considered and subsequently approved in May authorising the proposed rates to consult with the commissioned market in Oldham.
The report provides analysis of the feedback received through the consultation, outlines the recommended approach to implementing the fees for 2021/22 and recommends further consideration of the nursing premium in relation to fees for the residential sector.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Health and Social Care (Councillor Zahid Chauhan)

Decision published: 23/11/2021

Effective from: 01/12/2021

Decision:

RESOLVED - That:
Implement the proposed fee increases:
•Non-residential increase 2.5%
•Residential increase 3%
The recommended option is 2; to implement the proposed fees increases of 2.5% for non-residential and 3% for residential provision in borough. This is based on extensive analysis having been undertaken which sits alongside the strategic relevance review undertaken in 2020/21 and the care home commissioning approach to take place by Autumn 2021. Responses to the sector will be provided advising them on what the next steps are and when elements such as the dementia and nursing premiums will be reviewed.

Lead officer: Claire Hooley