Agenda item

Financial Management Report

Minutes:

The Committee considered a report by the Local Area Manager (Agenda Item 6) setting out recommendations for expenditure from the Committee’s developer contributions.

 

RESOLVED –

 

It was recommended that;  

(1)  £70,369 was allocated to the new Kingfisher Grange Play Area, from developer contributions.

(2)  £74,938 was allocated to new Kestrel Park Play Area from developer contributions.

(3)  £76,242 was allocated to the new Heron open space kick about area from developer contributions.

(4)  £84,288 was allocated to the new Cleverly Rise Play area from developer contributions.

(5)  £500,000 was allocated to Bursledon Parish Council for the renovation of Long Lane Pavilion from developer contributions.

(6)  £65,000 was allocated to Bursledon Parish Council for play area refurbishment on Long Lane Recreation Ground from developer contributions.

(7)  £20,000 was allocated to Bursledon Parish Council for play area refurbishment on Woodlands Way from developer contributions.

(8)  £15,000 was allocated to Bursledon Parish Council for play area refurbishment on Pilands Wood Open Space from developer contributions.

(9)  £60,000 was allocated to Bursledon Parish Council for play area refurbishment on King George V Playing Fields from developer contributions.

(10)  £42,850 was allocated to Bursledon Parish Council for the refurbishment of the tennis courts on Long Lane from developer contributions.

(11)  £36,884 was allocated to Bursledon Parish Council for the installation of signs, benches and bins in the Bursledon area from developer contributions.

(12)  £100,000 was allocated to Hound Parish Council for the installation of a new play area at Station Road from developer contributions.

(13)  £20,000 was allocated to Hound Parish Council for the installation of new gym equipment at Station Road from developer contributions.

(14)  £20,000 was allocated to Hound Parish Council for the Ingleside Green project from developer contributions.

(15)  £10,000 was allocated to Hound Parish Council to install a new kitchen at Parish Hall from Developer Contributions.

(16)  £24,565 was allocated to Hound Parish Council for the installation of Hard Landscape of road and car park in the new cemetery from developer contributions.

(17)  £14,000 was allocated to the upgrade of Hamble Rail Trail from developer contributions.

(18)  £120,616 was allocated to Hamble Parish Council towards the Mount Pleasant re-development project from developer contributions.

(19)  £40,000 was allocated to Hamble Parish Council towards the new benches at Southern Quay from developer contributions.

(20)  £6,968 was allocated towards the Mini Wildlife Project in Hamble from developer contributions.

(21)  £10,000 was allocated towards the installation of replacement bins in Bursledon Hamble and Hound from developer contributions.

(22)  £10,000 was allocated towards the installation of replacement benches in Bursledon, Hamble and Hound from developer contributions.

(23)  The Committee approved the Bursledon, Hamble & Hound (BHH) Local Area Action Plan 2021/22 shown in Appendix 1 for adoption and publication.

(24)  £500 was allocated to Chapel Music to deliver their 9 music concerts at Royal Victoria Country Park. This will be funded from an annual revenue budget that BHH has allocated for community grants.

(25)  £500 was allocated to Hamble Squash Club for the renovation and redecoration of the toilets and entrance area from an annual revenue budget that BHH has allocated for community grants.

(26)  £500 was allocated to Bursledon Hamble and Hound Dementia Action Group to hire a dementia experience bus and print promotional flyers for a dementia awareness event at Royal Victoria Country Park.

(27)  £240,307 was allocated towards the Implementation of the BHH Art strategy from developer contributions.

(28)  It was noted that replacement bins on Hound Road and Ensign Way totalling £970 were funded by an existing revenue budget.

(29)  It was noted that £80 is allocated from an existing revenue budget for the ‘Funds for Prizes’ programme.

(30)  It was noted that £75 was allocated from an existing revenue budget to fix the information board at The Bunny.

(31)  The Committee approved £2,000 to fix the security fence around the emplacement on Hamble Shore from the reserves budget.

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