Agenda Item: 5

MAIN REPORT

1) Purpose of the Report:

2) Contextual Information:

3) Key Issues:

4) Policy and Implementation Review:

5) Initial Data - Customer perception:

6) Initial Data - Quantitative:

 

Base Forecast

Actual Performance

% deviation

 

Tonnes

Tonnes

 

 

 

 

 

Garden Waste

24,837.20

25,328.70

1.98%

Amenity Waste

37,438.04

29,334.59

-21.64%

Asbestos

191.83

122.18

-36.31%

Rubble

15,426.61

13,010.34

-15.66%

Wood

4,994.85

4,379.66

-12.32%

 

 

 

 

Total

82,888.53

72,175.47

-12.92%

 

 

 

 

Overall tonnage reduction

 

10,713.06

 

 

 

 

 

% reduction

 

      12.92%

 

7) Flytipping:

8) Customer Complaints:

9) Legal Advice

10) Outline of Options:

The Trade Waste Controls review identified that the current policy has inadvertently impacted on a section of genuine HWRC users, ie commercial vehicle owners with a second vehicle who are not currently allowed a permit. Except in very limited circumstances, the policy takes no account of the alternative vehicle type or its ability or suitability for carrying waste. Therefore the following options were evaluated as potential amendments to the Permit Scheme policy.

11) Option Analysis / Comparison:

12) Conclusions:

13) Summary Recommendations:

CORPORATE OR LEGAL INFORMATION:

LINKS TO THE CORPORATE STRATEGY (to be completed)

     

Yes

No

Hampshire safer and more secure for all

       

Corporate Business plan link no (if appropriate)

       
         

Maximising well-being

       

Corporate Business plan link no (if appropriate)

       
         

Enhancing our quality of place

       

Corporate Business plan link no (if appropriate)

       
         

OTHER SIGNIFICANT LINKS:

Links to Previous member decisions:

Title

Ref

Date

     
     
     

Direct Links to Specific Legislation or Government Directives

Title

Date

   
   
   

Section 100 D - Local Government Act 1972 - background documents

 

    The following documents discuss facts or matters on which this report, or an important part of it, is based and have been relied upon to a material extent in the preparation of this report. (NB: the list excludes published works and any documents which disclose exempt or confidential information as defined in the Act.)

 

    Document

    Location

    None

 
   

1761Rpt/230/JP

COMPREHENSIVE RISK & IMPACT ASSESSMENT:

Assessment of the Race Relations (Amendment) Act has been considered in this review but no adverse impact has been identified.