Agenda item - Heritage Assets Register Options

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Agenda item

Heritage Assets Register Options

Report of the Executive Director for Economy, Environment, and Culture (Copy Attached).

 

Decision:

RESOLVED: That the Committee:

 

1. Notes the options for establishing a register of heritage assets owned by the council.

 

2. Agrees the preferred option for officers to prepare a Register of council-owned Heritage Assets (not including buildings) based on the list of current Listed Buildings and Local List against a timetable to be agreed in consultation with the Executive Director and joint Chairs. Further, for officers to ensure the lists are up to date; and officer leads (in each service) to ensure asset owning staff and contractors are aware of the importance of the assets.

 

Minutes:

53.1 Liz Hobden introduced the report starting on page 367 of the Agenda.

 

53.2 Councillor Grimshaw was informed that community groups can submit applications to the list of Heritage Assets, and there is a clear criteria of what counts, and that the Council wouldn’t intend to sell any Heritage Assets, and would offered to a museum if they were not repairable.

 

RESOLVED: That the Committee:

 

1. Notes the options for establishing a register of heritage assets owned by the council.

 

2. Agrees the preferred option for officers to prepare a Register of council-owned Heritage Assets (not including buildings) based on the list of current Listed Buildings and Local List against a timetable to be agreed in consultation with the Executive Director and joint Chairs. Further, for officers to ensure the lists are up to date; and officer leads (in each service) to ensure asset owning staff and contractors are aware of the importance of the assets.

 

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