Issue - meetings

Review of Pets Corner

Meeting: 23/02/2017 - Cabinet (Item 120)

120 Referral from Cabinet Overview Working Group - Long-term Sustainability of Pets' Corner pdf icon PDF 19 KB

Additional documents:

Decision:

RESOLVED that:

 

A     The current subsidy for Pets’ Corner of £195,000 in 2017/18 and £198,500 in 2018/19 is maintained and notes the Overview Working Group’s opinion that funding of some scale will be required beyond 2018/19, albeit in a potentially diminishing level.

 

B    Pets’ Corner develop a number of initiatives to increase income targets in order to reduce the level of Council subsidy in the future.

Minutes:

Cabinet received a report referred to it by the Cabinet Overview Working Group on the long-term sustainability of Pets’ Corner.

 

Proposed by Councillor Tony Durcan (seconded by Councillor Jon Clempner) it was:

 

RESOLVED that:

 

A     The current subsidy for Pets’ Corner of £195,000 in 2017/18 and £198,500 in 2018/19 is maintained and notes the Overview Working Group’s opinion that funding of some scale will be required beyond 2018/19, albeit in a potentially diminishing level.

 

B    Pets’ Corner develop a number of initiatives to increase income targets in order to reduce the level of Council subsidy in the future.


Meeting: 07/02/2017 - Cabinet Overview Working Group (Item 31)

31 Review of Pets Corner pdf icon PDF 177 KB

Minutes:

Jane Greer, Head of Community Wellbeing, gave a presentation on the progress made by the Pets Corner Working Group.

 

            RESOLVED that the report would be submitted to Cabinet with the following amendment.

 

A

Overview Working Group notes the progress made by the Pets’ Corner Working Group.

 

B

Overview Working Group recommends to Cabinet that the current subsidy of £195,000 in 2017/18 and £198,500 in 2018/19 is maintained and notes the Overview Working Group’s opinion that funding of some scale will be required beyond 2018/19, albeit in a potentially diminishing level.

 

C

The Overview Working Group recommends to Cabinet that Pets’ Corner develop a number of initiatives to increase income targets in order to reduce the level Council subsidy in the future.