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28/11/2018 - Non-Public Minutes ref: 553    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Freedom Applications Committee

Made at meeting: 28/11/2018 - Freedom Applications Committee

Decision published: 05/02/2019

Effective from: 28/11/2018

Decision:

RESOLVED – That the non-public minutes of the meeting held on 27 September 2018 be agreed as a correct record.


15/01/2019 - Cremator Replacement - City of London Cemetery and Crematorium ref: 550    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Port Health & Environmental Services Committee

Made at meeting: 15/01/2019 - Port Health & Environmental Services Committee

Decision published: 30/01/2019

Effective from: 15/01/2019

Decision:

The Committee received a report of the Director of Open Spaces which set out options for the removal and replacement of the old cremators at the City of London Cemetery and Crematorium.

 

The Director of Open Spaces presented the Committee with three viable options to remove the cremators, Members agreed that option 5 should be taken forward which proposed the removal of the old cremators and they be replaced with two new cremators complete with flue gas treatment plant.

 

RESOLVED - That the Committee:

 

  • Agree option 5 be taken forward and implemented; and that the total budget of £1,100,000 be approved.

 


15/01/2019 - Project to increase recycling on Middlesex Street estate ref: 549    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Port Health & Environmental Services Committee

Made at meeting: 15/01/2019 - Port Health & Environmental Services Committee

Decision published: 30/01/2019

Effective from: 15/01/2019

Decision:

The Committee received a report of the Director of the Built Environment which updated Members on improving recycling on Middlesex Street estate. This included incentivising residents to increase their recycling performance. 

 

A Member asked whether officers had information as to why the recycling performance at Middlesex Street estate was not better and queried whether incentivising people was the best method. In response, the Director of the Built Environment explained that some residents on the estate did recycle but not all and it was hoped that incentivising would assist in helping people buy into recycling in the long term, particularly amongst young people who could encourage their parents.

 

RESOLVED - That the Committee note the report.

 

 


 


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