Agenda and decisions

Cabinet
Wednesday, 9th September, 2020 5.00 pm

Venue: Online

Contact: Dereck Francis  Tel: 01902 555835 or Email: dereck.francis@wolverhampton.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for absence

2.

Declaration of interests

3.

Minutes of the previous joint meeting of Cabinet and Cabinet (Resources) Panel - 29 July 2020 pdf icon PDF 349 KB

[For approval]

4.

Matters arising

[To consider any matters arising from the minutes of the previous meeting]

5.

Relighting Our City: City of Wolverhampton Council Recovery Commitment pdf icon PDF 302 KB

[To approve the Relighting Our City framework which outlines the Council's commitment to support the city to reset, recover and relight from the Coronavirus pandemic]

Additional documents:

Decision:

1.      That Council be recommended to approve the Relighting Our City, the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Covid-19 recovery commitment.

 

2.      That it be noted that the Relighting Our City priorities were developed after extensive engagement with over 2,500 local people to ensure that the Council’s recovery planning is reflective of the City’s needs.

 

3.      That it be noted that a presentation detailing the Council’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic was received by Scrutiny Board on the 16 June 2020.

6.

Extension of the Public Spaces Protection Order - Dog Control pdf icon PDF 316 KB

[To approve the extension of the PSPO for a further three years from 1 October 2020]

Additional documents:

Decision:

1.      That the renewal of the dog control Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) be approved.

 

2.      That a three-year extension to the requirements and prohibitions set out in the PSPO of 19 July 2017 such that a three year city-wide dog control order applies to the Wolverhampton City Council area (expiring October 2023) requiring a person in control of a dog (or dogs) save for assistance dogs be approved:

 

Requirements

 

i.        To keep their dog(s) on a lead when alongside the major arterial roads in the City and on certain areas of land at Northycote Farm.

ii.       To keep dog(s) on a lead within a 100 metre radius of any school or academy (catering for pupils 0 to 16 years.)

iii.     On the instruction of any police officer, police community support officer or officer of the Council (producing identification), to put any dog in their control on a lead.

 

Prohibitions

 

A three year city-wide dog control order applies to the Wolverhampton City Council area (expiring October 2023) prohibiting those in control of a dog (or dogs) save for assistance dogs from:

 

iv   Allowing dogs to enter specified fenced children’s play areas and public park tennis courts in the City of Wolverhampton Council area.

 

v.      Allowing their dogs to foul in public places and a requirement on those in control of dogs to remove any faecal matter immediately from public spaces.

 

3.      That it be noted that in light of the above, and taking into account the responses to the latest consultation exercise, there would be a review of the PSPO prior to its expiry no later than 1 April 2023.