Agenda item - RPMT Annual Plan and Review - 2022/23

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Agenda item

RPMT Annual Plan and Review - 2022/23

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

 

Decision:

RESOLVED: That the Committee –

 

(i)             Noted the difficult circumstances facing the Trust as it moves forward into 2022/23 as a result of successive lockdowns and visitor restrictions over the course of the past year;

 

(ii)            Approved the annual service plan for 2022/23 as set out in Appendix 1.

 

Minutes:

80.1 Mark Croston introduced the report starting on page 101 of the Agenda.

 

80.2 Councillor Appich was informed that:

 

·       A hybrid working model would be to rationalise office space by hot desking and working from home where appropriate.

·       Major Exhibitions are planned 3 or 4 years ahead of schedule.

·       There are business plans for the organisation as a whole and for key audiences.

·       There is now a dedicated Garden Team for museums, and gardens will be treated as another site in future.

·       There is a projected loss of £1.5 million for 2022/23.

·       A second loan is being organised which will see the trust through to next year.

 

80.3 Councillor Shanks was informed that:

 

·       There are joint tickets available with the i360, and in the past have done 3 way tickets with the i360 and the Sea Life centre.

·       Opening hours are being assessed to save costs after the Pandemic.

 

RESOLVED: That the Committee –

 

(i)             Noted the difficult circumstances facing the Trust as it moves forward into 2022/23 as a result of successive lockdowns and visitor restrictions over the course of the past year;

 

(ii)            Approved the annual service plan for 2022/23 as set out in Appendix 1.

 

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