The covering report and a table of recommendations are attached to the main agenda. The full report, including all of the appendices, will be printed in a supplementary pack. The background papers will be published in a separate background papers pack.
The Head of Planning, Regeneration and Leisure presented the Leisure and Culture Strategy for Members’ consideration.
Members were informed that included in the Leisure and Culture Strategy was an overarching document that set out the vision, aims and objectives for Leisure and Culture services across the Council until 2032. It was reported that the Leisure and Culture Strategy included the recommendations that had been drawn from three further strategies that underpinned the main strategy. These were reported as being the Arts and Culture Strategy, the Parks and Open Spaces Strategy and the Built Facilities Strategy. It was highlighted that the second resolution included within the report contained recommendations that officers could start work on immediately and had no additional financial implications to the Council.
Members stated that this was a very important report whichprovided a strategic plan for the Council for the future.
1) the Leisure and Culture Strategy be endorsed and;
2) delegated authority be given to the Head of Planning,
Regeneration and Leisure Services following consultation with the Portfolio Holder for Leisure, Culture and Climate Change to implement the following Recommendations 1, 2, 9,10,11,12,13, 15,16,17,20 22, 24,25, 31, 32, 33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40 a, 41, 42, 43, 44 45 46 as set out in the Leisure and Culture Strategy.