Issue details

Libraries Registration and Archives Transformation

To seek a decision on the proposed charitable trust model of delivery for Library, Registration and Archive services for implementation following public consultation.

Decision type: Key

Reason Key: Affects more than two Electoral Divisions;

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Division affected: (All Division);

Notice of proposed decision first published: 04/05/2015

Decision due: 1 Jun 2015 by Cabinet
Reason: IN order that the proposed decision can conform to all statutory and local governance procedures.

To seek a decision on the proposed charitable trust model of delivery for Library, Registration and Archive services for implementation following public consultation

Lead director: Barbara Cooper, Angela Slaven

Department: Growth, Environment & Transport

Contact: James Pearson, Service Improvement Programme Manager Tel: 03000 414923 Email: James.Pearson@kent.gov.uk, Angela Slaven, Interim Director Preventative Services Email: angela.slaven@kent.gov.uk Tel: 01622 221696.

Consultees

The matter was discussed at GED Cabinet Committee in September 2014 and the proposal to move to public consultation was endorsed. A further report summarising the outcome of the public consultation, the implications for finance, HR and property as well as the proposed next steps will be discussed at GED Cabinet Committee on 20th May 2015.
In addition a twelve week public consultation took place from 12th January until 8th April 2015.


Financial implications: Angela Slaven/James Pearson Libraries, Registration and Archives Phone number: +443000414923 Email: angela.slaven@kent.gov.uk james.pearson@kent.gov.uk Lead Director: Barbara Cooper Corporate Director Growth, Environment and Transport Phone number: +443000415981 Email: barbara.cooper@kent.gov.uk

Legal implications: 15/00047

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