"On expiry of the Development Agreement Benchmark’s exclusivity in respect of the undeveloped parts of the Sands Development will lapse. Officers will speedily create a new vision and development programme to maximise the opportunity of regeneration development for the remaining sites at North Bay.As part of this report it is recommended that officers are authorised to undertake a full assessment of the options available and report back to Cabinet"
Could someone please explain why there is a freezing cold person sat in a hut selling OAT tickets when there is a perfectly suitable location 100 metres up the hill ... that could be used as an overflow/aftershow venue.. subject to community engagement.
"But each year, the Mona Lisa, which is threatened by a crack, is taken down from the wall and removed from its glass case for a fleeting check."
"As part of the assessment of the bestway deliver future development of the remaining sites at North Bay officers will bring forward a consultation plan which will involve Ward Councillors and the Overview and Scrutiny Board."
"The expiry of the Development Agreement will not bring to an end Benchmark’s existing leases. Those parts of the Sands Development which have already been developed and drawn down by Benchmark will remain with Benchmark. The Council will therefore have a continuing relationship with Benchmark through its long leases of the Beach Management Centre and chalets,the Marston’s pub and restaurant and hotel phase.The Council has retained the freehold interest of these developed sitesin addition to the Water Park. The supplemental agreement and thirty-five year lease with Benchmark relating to the Water Park will also continue."
"Within the scope of the scheme of delegation to officers, officers will also undertake certain works to improve the appearance of some of the sites which will remain in the Council’s ownership including the hoardings at the former Atlantis site."
"Meanwhile, activists have constructed a nine-metre (30ft) bamboo protest tower"
"It will be noted fromthe private and confidential correspondence from Benchmark that an extension to the Development Agreement has been requested. The advice of Council’s external advisers as set out in the confidential appendixto this report is the agreement should be allowed to expire. No formal decision is required from Cabinet as the agreement is due to expire by effluxion of time on 31 December 2020"
"This has allowed net 20/162 capital receipts projected from the sale of Ryndle Crescent, which was historically linked to the financing of the Scarborough Leisure Village, to be removed from the plan."
"As you are well aware the North Bay Residents Association, in progress (as we have no Parish Representation subject to 'devolution' ) would like to inform you that the Indoor Pool at Ryndle Crescent, subject to 'Benchmark as preferred developer', would like to propose a Community Asset Transfer of the old Indoor Pool at Ryndle Crescent to be used as a community hub/business, exhibition space, ballroom, cultural and arts & crafts centre to hold local North Bay community events. ( A bit like the Corner Cafe used to do)"
"Yes, the statement at 3.2.16 refers to Indoor Pool site. Whilst the Indoor Pool site remains identified for future redevelopment, it is uncertain when a capital receipt will materialise and therefore it has prudently been removed from impending capital receipt projection"
For clarity, where an asset has been identified for redevelopment, such as the Indoor Pool site, it is excluded from being available for asset transfer under the Community Asset Transfer policy."