The cabinet meeting at which the Princes Parade business case was to be discussed has been postponed.
Here is the email from the council: “As you are aware, the report relating to the business case for Princes Parade was due to be discussed by Overview and Scrutiny on 29 January and Cabinet on 30 January but given the level of interest the item had generated, the Leader of the Council has suggested a separate meeting be held specifically to consider the report.
Therefore, the Business Case for Princes Parade will now be considered at a Special meeting of Folkestone & Hythe District Council’s Cabinet on Wednesday 13 February 2019. The report will also be considered by the Overview and Scrutiny committee on Tuesday 12 February 2019.
The representations you have previously submitted regarding the consideration of the report in private will automatically be added to the agenda for these meetings, for both Committees to consider. Apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.”
Please put both dates in your diaries. Overview & Scrutiny will be at 7pm and cabinet at 5pm.
We are continuing to argue to the council that we should be allowed to attend the whole meeting and have access to all the agenda papers at least 5 working days ahead of the meeting.