Issue details

Response for Committee following motion at full Council on the following points -
(b) by way of report to Prosperous Communities Committee, examine the merits of becoming a local authority member of the Keep Britain Tidy Network, and identify which of the campaign’s including Love Parks and Charity Bins, could be introduced in the District;
(d) by way of report to Prosperous Communities Committee, investigate whether promoting take-up of the DEFRA voluntary code amongst our fast food businesses and local business partnerships is appropriate and investigate the resource and capacity implications, of seeking their sponsorship for the introduction of a Charity Bin scheme and for a public education programme. Prosperous Communities Committee are charged with making a formal decision in respect of this aspect of the motion.

Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Decision due: 2 Nov 2021 by Prosperous Communities Committee

Lead director: Chief Executive

Contact: Ady Selby, Director of Commercial & Operational Services Email: ady.selby@west-lindsey.gov.uk.

Agenda items

Documents

  • Membership of Keep Briain Today and implementation of DEFRA voluntary Code of Conduct