Oakley School is the PSCN school for Tunbridge Wells. Its designated age range is 2-18 years. All other PSCN schools in Kent are designated up to age 19 years (ie include Year 14 - young people who turn 19 during the academic year). Oakley School has established a separate company which is an Independent Specialist College (Oakley College) for young adults aged 19-25 years. This takes young people who are aged 19 (i.e. Year 15). The anomaly of Oakley being the sole PSCN school without provision for Year 14 and the fact pupils have a one-year gap before they can enter Oakley College needs to be addressed.
Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Children, Young People and Education
Decision published: 03/07/2019
Effective from: 11/07/2019
Increase the age range of Oakley School, Tunbridge Wells from 2-18 to 2-19 and increase the designated number from 242-252 places.
Division affected: Tunbridge Wells South;
Lead officer: David Adams
Due to changes to the mix of co-mingled dry recyclable materials collected by both Tunbridge Wells Borough Council (TWBC) and Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council (TMBC) from 30th September 2019, Kent County Council (KCC) needs to source an alternative supplier to process this waste for recycling and re-processing.
The dry recyclable waste collected by the Borough Partnership cannot be incorporated into the existing contract as the composition of the material is different.
The Contract will be environmentally beneficial as the materials will be recycled therefore avoiding less desirable environmental impact.
Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Planning, Highways, Transport and Waste
Decision published: 01/07/2019
Effective from: 09/07/2019
As Cabinet Member for Planning, Highways, Transport and Waste I agree to award contractual arrangements for the disposal and processing of recycled materials collected by these two Waste Collection Authorities up to a 4-year contract period.
Division affected: (All Division);
Lead officer: David Beaver
The Approval to the Director of Infrastructure to progress with and enter into the necessary documentation to complete the acquisition of the aforementioned property in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Corporate and Democratic Services. The Decision will seek legal agreements to be actioned to complete the purchase of the relevant property.
Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Corporate and Democratic Services
Decision published: 26/06/2019
Effective from: 04/07/2019
Division affected: Maidstone South;
Lead officer: Henry Clark