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Status:
Implemented
Business Item
Resilient Coasts Project
Ref.
ES/1162
Is a Key Decision:
Yes
Decision Type:
Committee
Decision Maker:
Cabinet
Date of Decision
Tue 7 Jun 2022
Show on Forward Plan
Yes
Description
Report of the Cabinet Member with responsibility for Planning and Coastal Management
Matter for Decision (to consider...)

1. Give an overview of the Resilience Coasts project

 

2. Update and inform the cabinet members

 

3. That Cabinet approve the Outline Business Case for the Resilient Coasts Project.

 

4. That Cabinet accept the role as lead authority and the financial responsibility and scrutiny of £9.1m, supported by the additional scrutiny of GYBC's Environment Committee.

Service Area
Planning & Coastal Management
Service Area 2
Contact for Background Papers:

Karen Thomas

Head of Coastal Partnership East

karen.thomas@eastsuffolk.gov.uk

07920 411955

Background Papers:
See attached report.
Is Decision District Wide
Yes
Decision Made

1. That the Resilient Coast Outline Business Case, attached at Appendix A of report ES/1162, be accepted as a basis for a £9.1m programme of innovative coastal adaptation along the East Suffolk and Great Yarmouth coastal frontages. 

 

2. That it be acknowledged that the Outline Business Case approval by the Environment Agency will release the allocation of funding to East Suffolk Council and the Cabinet’s approval of the Outline Business Case is therefore required by the Environment Agency to release funds. 

 

3. That the role as lead authority and the financial responsibility and scrutiny of £9.1m, supported by the additional scrutiny of Great Yarmouth Borough Council's Environment Committee, be accepted. 

Reason for Decision

The Council agreeing to lead the project and approve the outline business case will allow the partnership to progress the Resilient Coast Project and attract £8.4M external funding into East Suffolk Council and Great Yarmouth Borough Council for the most at-risk coastal communities and environments.

 


Alternative Options Considered and Rejected

1. To proceed with the Resilient Coasts Project with Great Yarmouth Borough Council as the Lead authority

 

2,. To not proceed with the Resilient Coasts Project 

Any Declarations of Interest Declared
None.
Any Dispensation Granted
None.

Decision Criteria

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Wards

Aldeburgh and Leiston; Beccles and Worlingham; Bungay and Wainford; Carlford and Fynn Valley; Carlton and Whitton; Carlton Colville; Deben; Eastern Felixstowe; Framlingham; Gunton and St Margarets; Halesworth and Blything; Harbour and Normanston; Kelsale and Yoxford; Kesgrave; Kessingland; Kirkley and Pakefield; Lothingland; Martlesham and Purdis Farm; Melton; Orwell and Villages; Oulton Broad; Rendlesham and Orford; Rushmere St Andrew; Saxmundham; Southwold; Western Felixstowe; Wickham Market; Woodbridge; Wrentham, Wangford and Westleton

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Date & Time CreatedUser Full NameStatus DescriptionDetails
 Page 2 of 5, items 11 to 20 of 43.
18/05/2022 12:02:10Matt MakinWard AddedEastern Felixstowe
18/05/2022 12:02:10Matt MakinWard AddedFramlingham
18/05/2022 12:02:10Matt MakinWard AddedGunton and St Margarets
18/05/2022 12:02:10Matt MakinWard AddedHalesworth and Blything
18/05/2022 12:02:10Matt MakinWard AddedHarbour and Normanston
18/05/2022 12:02:10Matt MakinWard AddedKelsale and Yoxford
18/05/2022 12:02:10Matt MakinWard AddedKesgrave
18/05/2022 12:02:10Matt MakinWard AddedKessingland
18/05/2022 12:02:10Matt MakinWard AddedKirkley and Pakefield
18/05/2022 12:02:10Matt MakinWard AddedLothingland

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