Regeneration and Asset Management, Culture & Housing Cabinet Members – Minutes – 7 August 2013
1 (1) POLICY FOR MARKETS IN NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE – The Director of Places submitted a report which sought approval of a number of small changes to the Markets Policy.
The Council introduced a Markets Policy on 1 April 2012 which was to run as a pilot scheme. In March 2013 the Policy was reviewed, and everyone who had applied for a consent was asked how easy it was and if they thought it had helped them. A number of points had been raised during this consultation.
It was considered that the revised policy would be easier to use and if extended, it would also encourage special events and fairs to develop in our towns and villages, boosting local economies and bringing in more visitors
Resolved – That the revised policy be approved and adopted.
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2 (2) NORMANBY ENTERPRISE PARK UPDATE – The Director of Places submitted a report which confirmed completion of the land reclamation at Normanby Enterprise Park (NEP).
The report also sought consideration of the future development of Normanby Enterprise Park and Conesby Quarry and provided an update on recent commercial activity on Normanby Enterprise Park.
The preferred options were to continue to market the NEP site, pursue external funding for infrastructure, place the quarry on the market for sale, and continue with the reclamation of the land to the east of the speedway.
Further details were outlined within the report.
Resolved – (a) That the recommendations outlined in paragraph 4.1 of the report be approved.
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