Decisions for issue Fees and Charges 2022-23
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Fees and Charges 2022-23
1) That the Committee recommends to Policy & Resources Committee that it approves the proposed fees and charges for 2022/23 as set out within the report and its appendices except that the reports and appendices shall be amended so that the following fees are increased by the percentage shown:
· All ‘Highways’, ‘Developer-Led Highway Works (including S278/38 agreements)’, ‘Transport Note/Statement/Assessment Scoping and Other Pre-Application Advice’, ‘Travel Plans’, ‘Construction Traffic Management Plans (CTMP)’, ‘Scaffold Licence’, ‘Skip Licence’ ‘Building Materials’, and ‘Objects on the Highway’ fees and charges in Appendix 1 increase – 10%
All ‘Flyering Licences’ fees and charges in Appendix 4
increase – 25%
2) That the Committee recommends to Policy & Resources Committee that it approves the proposed fees and charges for 2022/23 as set out within the report and its appendices except that the reports and appendices shall be amended to include a proposal for cycle hangar charges, in line with other local authorities and in order to generate income to invest in rolling out more cycle hangars across the city.
3) That the Committee delegates authority to the Executive Director of Economy, Environment & Culture (in relation to paragraphs 3.4-3.23), the Executive Director of Housing, Neighbourhoods & Communities (in relation to paragraphs 3.24 - 3.26) and to the Executive Director of Governance, People & Resources (in relation to paragraphs 3.27 – 3.33) to change fees and charges as notified and set by central Government during the year.
4) That the Committee asks for a report to come to a future meeting of the Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee exploring differential parking charges for high-emitting vehicles.
5) That the Committee requests that officers conduct a review of the nature of motorcycle parking in Controlled Parking Zones and Council-owned car parks, with charging options presented to a future meeting of the Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee.