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1 Economy Transport and Environment Shaping Services for the Future March 2015

2 Waste, Planning and Environment Frances Martin Waste, Planning and Environment

3 Shaping Hampshire's Future Reducing waste, and maximising its use as a resource Planning for appropriate development and necessary infrastructure Building a more resilient environment, whilst protecting the natural character of Hampshire

4 WP&E 2015/16 Budget (£60 million)

5 Progress so far.. YearTarget percentageValue %£2.25m * %£0.17m By April %£4.9m By April %£5.5m (£2.54 Waste contract) (£3m other) Beyond Similar percentage?? Total £12.82m Savings need to be sustainable in context of what’s required after 2017 * Waste contract excluded Number of staff in the service has halved in 5 years to around 80 now

6 Waste management in Hampshire costs £100 million Approx. two thirds of the cost is disposal, remaining one third collection (district and boroughs) Dispose of c. 750,000 tonnes (2013/14) of waste per year Less than 6% goes to landfill Network of 24 household waste recycling centres dealing with over 200,000 tonnes of waste Net expenditure £35.8m (34% of ETE’s revenue budget). Reducing costs through changes to our contract with Veolia and by diverting more waste from landfill. Reducing waste, and maximising its use as a resource

7 Household Waste Recycling Centres Composting

8 Material Recovery Facilities Energy Recovery Incinerators

9 HCC is the statutory Minerals and Waste Planning Authority, and decides all planning applications on minerals and waste issues across Hampshire. Manages all the County Council’s own planning applications for schools and its own estate. Responds to major national and local schemes to ensure Hampshire gets the infrastructure it needs, Planning, managing and collecting the contributions by developers for infrastructure which is needed to support the community. Planning has a net revenue cost of £1.2 million Planning for appropriate development and necessary infrastructure

10 National Infrastructure Projects Mineral and waste Planning authority

11 Influencing local plans Strategic infrastructure

12 Building a more resilient environment, whilst protecting the natural character of Hampshire The County Council is the Lead Local Flood Authority for Hampshire 86% of Hampshire is rural with one third within a national park or an area of outstanding natural beauty. Specialist environmental services help maintain and improve the unique character of Hampshire’s environment, such as ecology and archaeology. We generate income from selling these services to other organisations. Our net revenue expenditure is £0.6 million.

13 Flood and water management Protecting and enhancing the environment

14 Archaeology Ecology

15 15 Your chance to influence Waste, Planning and Environment services in Hampshire Identifying your highest priorities

16 Future provision of household waste recycling centres (HWRCs) With reduced budgets, please rank the following in order of importance: 25 a.Free access to HWRCS b.Opening times c.Number of sites d.Waste acceptance policy

17 Reducing and Preventing Waste With reduced budgets, please rank the following in order of importance: 25 a.Community champions b.Community recycling points c.Community re-use and repair of bulky waste d.Community management of HWRCs

18 Infrastructure planning and development With reduced budgets, please rank the following in order of importance: 25 a.Deciding planning applications b.Enforcement and monitoring c.Influencing district applications d.Community infrastructure planning

19 Future provision of environmental services With reduced budgets, please rank the following in order of importance: 25 a.Flood alleviation b.Environmental data collection c.Mitigating and adapting to climate change d.Maintain and improving environment

20 Economy Transport and Environment Shaping Services for the Future

21 Next steps for local councils Steven Lugg Chief Executive of Hampshire’s Association of Local Councils

22 Economy Transport and Environment Shaping Services for the Future

23 Closing remarks Cllr Woodward Executive Member for Economy, Transport and Environment


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