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Asset Strategy 2016/2019

Meeting: 03/08/2016 - Pennines Township Committee (Item 23)

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Minutes:

The Director of Economy advised of the adoption by the Cabinet of an amended Asset Strategy for 2016-2019, presenting the Strategy document which provides the framework by which the Council intends to manage its property assets during the financial years 2016-2019.

 

DECIDED – That the report and the Asset Strategy be noted.

Eligible for call-in: No


Meeting: 27/07/2016 - Rochdale North Township Committee (Item 25)

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Minutes:

The Township Committee considered a report of the Director of Economy that presented the Council’s Asset Strategy 2016 – 2019, further to its approval by the Council’s Cabinet on 6th June 2016.

 

The Council’s previous Asset Strategy expired on 31st March 2016. Over the three year lifespan of this Strategy there had been greater focus on property management activities and this had led to some significant changes and improvements and some of the achievements and improvements were summarised at Section 5 of the revised draft Strategy.

 

The revised Strategy presented replaced the previous Strategy and built on its achievements. It considered the challenges that the authority was likely to face over its three year lifespan and how asset management might support service delivery. The Strategy sought to establish the benefits the Council would wish to achieve from its property portfolio and recommended the overall direction of travel for property management activity. It provided a framework of objectives to support decisions affecting the management of assets and identifies a series of work streams and actions designed to develop the property portfolio and its contribution to Council objectives during the next three years.

 

DECIDED – That the report be noted.

Eligible for Call-in: No.


Meeting: 27/07/2016 - Heywood Township Committee (Item 20)

20 Asset Strategy 2016/2019 pdf icon PDF 152 KB

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Minutes:

The Township Committee considered a report of the Director of Economy that presented the Council’s Asset Strategy 2016 – 2019, further to its approval by the Council’s Cabinet on 6th June 2016.

 

The Council’s previous Asset Strategy expired on 31st March 2016. Over the three year lifespan of this Strategy there had been greater focus on property management activities and this had led to some significant changes and improvements and some of the achievements and improvements were summarised at Section 5 of the revised draft Strategy.

 

The revised Strategy presented replaced the previous Strategy and built on its achievements. It considered the challenges that the authority was likely to face over its three year lifespan and how asset management might support service delivery. The Strategy sought to establish the benefits the Council would wish to achieve from its property portfolio and recommended the overall direction of travel for property management activity. It provided a framework of objectives to support decisions affecting the management of assets and identifies a series of work streams and actions designed to develop the property portfolio and its contribution to Council objectives during the next three years.

 

DECIDED – That the report be noted.

Eligible for Call-in: No.

 


Meeting: 21/07/2016 - Middleton Township Committee (Item 22)

22 Asset Strategy 2016/2019 pdf icon PDF 152 KB

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Minutes:

The Township Committee considered the report of the Director of Economy which advised members of the Cabinet’s adoption of an amended Asset Strategy for 2016-2019.

 

The revised Strategy was designed to replace the current Strategy and build on its achievements. It considered the challenges the authority is likely to face over the next three years and how asset management might support service delivery. It sought to establish the benefits the Council wished to achieve from its property and recommended the overall direction of travel for property management activity. The revised Strategy provides a clear framework of objectives to support decisions affecting the management of assets and has identified a series of work streams and actions designed to develop the property portfolio and its contribution to Council objectives during the next three years.

 

DECIDED – that the approved Asset Strategy, which provides the framework by which the Council intends to manage its property assets during the financial years 2016-2019 be noted.

Eligible for call-in - no