Agenda item - Greater Brighton Economic Board – Admission of New Member to the Board

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Greater Brighton Economic Board – Admission of New Member to the Board

Report of the Chair, Greater Brighton Officer Programme Board

Decision:

1)            That subject to agreement from Full Council at Adur District Council and Worthing Borough Council, the Board officially approves that Arun District Council joins the GBEJC.

 

2)            That the Board agree to amend the Board’s Heads of Terms at Appendix 1.

Minutes:

13.1      The Board considered a report of the Chair, Greater Brighton Office Programme Board that sought approval that Arun District Council joins the GBEJC subject to agreement from Full Council at Adur District Council and Worthing Borough Council. The report was supplemented by a presentation by Arun District Council proving an overview and information on the region.

 

13.2      Henry Powell noted that Arun District Council was within the CWS area and expressed support for the proposed magenta bypass route that would promote business growth by approximately 8%, something that was very much needed in the area.

 

13.3      Councillor Mac Cafferty asked for the ways in which Arun could help the Greater Brighton region in delivering the housing requirement desperately needed.

 

13.4      Councillor Walsh clarified that Arun accounted for a sizable amount of the allocation of housing delivery in the CWS area and had more empty space that some of the other areas along the coast. Councillor Walsh added that the allocation was in its Local Plan and therefore, Arun would make every effort to deliver that amount.

 

13.5      RESOLVED-

 

1)            That subject to agreement from Full Council at Adur District Council and Worthing Borough Council, the Board officially approves that Arun District Council joins the GBEJC.

 

2)            That the Board agree to amend the Board’s Heads of Terms at Appendix 1.

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