Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Arts Leisure & Culture Select Committee Minutes

Date:
Wednesday, 26th March, 2008
Time:
1.00pm
Place:
First Floor Committee Room, Town Hall, High Street, Stockton-on-Tees
 
Please note: all Minutes are subject to approval at the next Meeting

Attendance Details

Present:
Cllr Mrs Jean O'Donnell (Chairman), Cllr Dick Cains, Cllr Mrs Sylvia Walmsley, Cllr Mick Womphrey, Cllr Mrs Womphrey
Officers:
P. Mennear, M. Jones (LD)
In Attendance:
A. Slater (British Waterways)
Apologies for absence:
Cllr Hilary Aggio, Cllr Ken Dixon, Cllr Jackie Earl, Cllr Mrs Kath Nelson, Cllr Andrew Sherris
Item Description Decision
Public
ALC
48/07
DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
 
ALC
49/07
MINUTES OF MEETING HELD 28TH FEBRUARY 2008
CONCLUDED that the minutes of the meeting held 28th February 2008 be agreed as a correct record.
ALC
50/07
MINUTES OF THE MEETING HELD 5TH MARCH 2008
CONCLUDED that the minutes of the meeting held 5th March 2008 be agreed as a correct record.
ALC
51/07
REVIEW OF RIVER BASED LEISURE FACILITIES
CONCLUDED that the Review of River Based Leisure Facilities Final Report be forwarded to Cabinet for consideration.
1.00pm/1.45pm

Preamble

ItemPreamble
ALC
48/07
There were no declarations of interest made at the meeting.
ALC
49/07
Consideration was given to the content of the minutes of the meeting held 28th February 2008.
ALC
50/07
Consideration was given to the content of the minutes of the meeting held 5th March 2008.
ALC
51/07
Members were presented with the draft final report for the Review of River Based Leisure Facilities.

The Chairman noted the contents of the draft report and gave Members the opportunity to make comments and ask questions. Members then agreed to forward the report to Cabinet for consideration.

All Members of the Committee thanked officers for their assistance in compiling the Committee's report, and in particular the support received from Alan Slater throughout the Committee's work. Members believed that the report provided a positive way forward for the future regeneration of the river.

A. Slater (British Waterways) gave an update on HMS Kellington, stating that the vessel had been subject to more vandalism in recent weeks.

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