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Feedback from the Gleadless Valley Masterplan Community Consultation, Proposed Changes to the Masterplan and an Outline of the Key Delegations Needed for Implementation of the Masterplan.

To share the community feedback from the consultation on the draft Masterplan for Gleadless Valley, outline what is supported by the community and if there are any areas where there is a less support from those most affected in the community.

 

To set out any changes that are proposed and the impact of any the changes in achieving the outcomes for Gleadless Valley.

 

Corporate Executive Members note the contents of the financial plan and the risks associated with it.

 

To confirm the homes that will be demolished on Gleadless Valley as part of the masterplan.

 

To confirm the homes that will be remodelled on Gleadless Valley as part of the masterplan.

 

To seek delegated authority for the Director of Housing to make changes to the Masterplan and publish a final Masterplan by July 2022.

 

That authority be delegated to the Director of Housing in consultation with the Corporate Executive Member for Neighbourhoods and Community Safety / the Leaders Scheme of Delegation to:

 

  • Agree the arrangements for stopping the letting of empty properties and when to begin the clearance process in accordance with the phasing programme to be determined.

 

  • Agree the arrangements for awarding priority for rehousing in line with the Allocations Policy for those residents affected by demolition or remodelling in line and the phasing programme to be agreed.

 

  • Agree a Local Lettings Policy that will give preference to residents with a demolition priority to enable them to stay within the area. 

 

That where tenants and residents are displaced under these phased schemes, (1) discretionary home-loss payments are made under Section 32 of the Land Compensation Act 1973 to secure tenants who have been in occupation for 12 months at the time of displacement, and (2) discretionary payments to cover any removal expenses are made under section 26 of the Housing Act 1985.

 

That the Head of Regeneration and Property Services be authorised to (1) negotiate and agree terms for the acquisition of dwellings listed not owned by the City Council and, (2) to instruct the Director of Legal and Governance to complete the necessary legal documentation in respect of the acquisition of such properties within their agreed phase.

 

That the Head of Regeneration and Property Services Property be authorised to make home-loss payments to owner occupiers and tenants of private landlords who have been in occupation for twelve months at the time of the displacement, under Section 32 of the Land Compensation Act 1973 and to make other necessary payments of compensation to owners of property being repurchased.

 

That the Regeneration and Property Services be authorised to (1) negotiate the surrender of any commercial leases including electrical substations, telecommunications and other service equipment as required (2) to instruct the Director of Legal and Governance to complete the necessary legal documentation.

 

Decision type: Key

Reason Key: Expenditure/savings > £500,000;

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Notice of proposed decision first published: 11/03/2022

Scrutiny Committee: Safer and Stronger Communities Scrutiny Committee;

Decision due: 24 Mar 2022 by Co-operative Executive

Lead director: Michael Crofts

Department: Place

Contact: Jill Hurst Email: jill.hurst@sheffield.gov.uk Tel: 27 36622.

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