Committee details

Exmouth Queen's Drive Delivery Group

Purpose of committee

Membership:

From East Devon District Council;

Leader (Chair), Deputy Leader (Vice Chair), Portfolio Holders for Economy & Assets and Strategic Planning, Ward Members from Brixington (x1), Halsdon (x 1), Littleham (x 2), Town (x 2) and Withycombe Raleigh (x 1).

 

From Exmouth Town Council;

The Mayor and one further Councillor

 

Support officers;

Service Lead (Place, Assets & Commercialisation), Project Manager in Place, Assets and Commercialisation, Principal Planning Officer for West Team, Principal Solicitor, Regeneration Officer, Clerk of Exmouth Town Council

 

Meetings: A minimum of four times per year

 

Quorum: Four District Councillors

 

Terms of Reference

       To provide a reference group of district and town councillors with officer support to inform progress and to make recommendations to East Devon District Council’s Cabinet to enable it to take forward the successful delivery of Exmouth Queen’s Drive Redevelopment – phase 3;

       To provide a reference group of district and town councillors with officer support to make recommendations to East Devon District Council’s Cabinet on the development and management of the Ocean building.

       To receive briefings and reports from officers and to act as a point of reference for the successful delivery of Exmouth Queen’s Drive Redevelopment – phase 3;

       To monitor progress on achieving the delivery of the Exmouth Queen’s Drive Redevelopment – phase 3;

       To advise on and input to external expert and professional consultancy;

       To support further engagement of public and stakeholders;

       To promote best practice, help overcome barriers and promote optimal outcomes for the benefit of Exmouth in delivering the redevelopment programme;

       To promote the objectives and successes of Exmouth Queen’s Drive Redevelopment;

       To liaise with and share information with Exmouth Town Council.

 

To assist the Delivery Group they may, through the Chair, invite individuals with relevant expertise to attend on a ‘one-off’ basis to discuss a particular issue. The District Council will provide the secretariat service for the Delivery Group.

 

The Delivery Group will be open to the public (Part A) but may have a private part to the meeting (Part B) to discuss confidential and sensitive matters.

 

To ensure that there is public awareness of the Delivery Group’s activities, discussions and project progress, notes of meetings will be publicly available and published as part of the District Council’s Cabinet agendas.

 

The Delivery Group will be subject to review in two years’ time to assess need for continuation and/or whether any changes are appropriate.

 

Membership