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Supply and Mangement of Allotments Scrutiny Review »
Supply and Mangement of Allotments Scrutiny Review
Brighton & Hove- Publicly Accessible Toilets »
maintaining the provisiob of publicly accessible toilets in Brighton and Hove
Sporting Rights Deed. »
Scrutiny Review into the Ilkley Moor Sporting Rights Deed.
Tell Us Once for Bereavement Service »
A review into the operation of Tell Us Once Bereavement Service in Sunderland
Scrutiny Review of Affordable Warmth »
Environment Select Committee's review of Affordable Warmth
Scrutiny Review of Energy Supply »
Corporate & Social Inclusion Select Committee review of energy supply
Scrutiny Report: Street Lighting »
Review ways of reducing street lighting to save energy and money.
Scrutiny Review of Countryside Access Service »
To assess the value for money represented by the Countryside Access service provided by the Council on behalf of the County Council.
The Future of Suffolk's Heritage Services »
To consider revised proposals for heritage services in light of previous recommendations from scrutiny.
How can Stoke-on-Trent better use its vast areas of greenspace
Development of Renewable Energy Technologies in County Durham »
The review examined the environmental, economic and social benefits to County Durham of investing in renewable energy.
Birmingham City Council: Refresh of the Municipal Waste Management Strategy »
The Review constitutes a refresh of the City Council's Municipal Waste Management Strategy.
A Review of Future Waste Contract Services in South Staffordshire »
Members of the Environmental and Public Health Protection Services Scrutiny Panel at South Staffordshire Council undertook a review of the future waste management contract.
Review of unauthorised disposal of building waste at Rosevale Caravan Park, Scarborough »
This review which started as a Councillor Call for Action set out to identify broader lessons for developers, contractors and enforcement authorities from this serious breach of environmental and planning regulations
Creation of a New Heritage Organisation »
Pre-decision scrutiny of proposals for heritage in Suffolk (stage 1).
EIT Review of Care for Your Area »
Efficiency, Improvement and Transformation Review
London Borough of Redbridge Environment & Highways Scrutiny Review of Household Emissions (2009) »
To focus on the Council’s role in influencing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from private households in the borough.
Winter preparedness »
Reasons for the many complaints about failure of heating and hot water systems.
Litter and fly-tipping »
Review into how litter and fly tipping are managed
ALLOTMENTS STRATEGY »
To update the position on allotments following earlier scrutiny panel recommendations on the subject and to examine the Council’s legal responsibilities and schemes to encourage allotment usage
Brighton & Hove- Scrutiny Review into Renewable Energy Potential »
The purpose of the Panel was to look at how to raise support for the renewable energy sector and the uptake of renewable energy in the city. The Panel was chaired by Doctor Adrian Smith, a Senior Fellow of the University of Sussex, along with Councillors Pete West, Warrren Morgan and David Watkins.
The Panel's main themes included looking at the national and regional policies and opportunities for renewable energy, looking at other authorities for good practice, considering the successes and barriers that had been experienced by renewable energy installers in Brighton and Hove, and how the Council could encourage the growth of renewable energy.
Cleaner Town Centres »
Merton’s town centres and shopping parades act as focal points for the surrounding community, whether that be for transport, shopping or entertainment. They are some of the most frequently visited areas in our borough and often a common component of any trip to the borough by an outside visitor. They therefore act as a ‘shop window’ for Merton. The task group identified several key themes when seeking to put forward proposals, including process improvement and greater partnership working.
County Farms »
Cambridgeshire has the largest county farms estate in the country. The Committee scrutinised the performance of the Estate (particularly financial returns) and whether it should be retained.
efficient household waste management and the environment »
The task group was set up at the request of Cabinet in order to investigate the proposed use of wheeled bins for the collection of household waste. The task group agreed a broader remit in order to look at all aspects of domestic waste collection, taking into account value for money and environmental considerations rather than focussing on wheeled bins.
Fly Tipping Scrutiny »
One of the hot issues that emerged from campaigning in the lead up to the May 2010 elections was fly-tipping. Not only is fly-tipping incredibly unsightly and unhealthy, it is also extremely costly to the Council. For these reasons the LWSC decided to undertake a short review of fly-tipping services. Members interviewed frontline staff and organised a site visit to several strategic locations where fly-tipping is persistent to see the problem first hand.