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£500,000 to be set aside for sports hub

By timesecholife on in All News, Uttoxeter news

A council is aiming to set aside £500,000 to help support a sports hub in an East Staffordshire town. Within its latest Corporate Plan for the financial year of 2022/23, East Staffordshire Borough Council (ESBC) has stated that it aims to: “Support partners in progressing the Uttoxeter Sports Hub including receipt of six-monthly progress report from partners and exploring opportunities for financial assistance.”

A council is aiming to set aside £500,000 to help support a sports hub in an East Staffordshire town.

Within its latest Corporate Plan for the financial year of 2022/23, East Staffordshire Borough Council (ESBC) has stated that it aims to: “Support partners in progressing the Uttoxeter Sports Hub including receipt of six-monthly progress report from partners and exploring opportunities for financial assistance.”

Within the Corporate Plan report, under a ‘Capital Programme (New Projects)’ heading for the financial year 2023/24, it states that ESBC are set to put aside £500,000 for: “Support for Uttoxeter Sports Hub.”

Also within the report under ‘Highlights from 2021/22,’ the report author states: “There is a longstanding aspiration from within the area to facilitate a Sports Hub at the Uttoxeter Quarry site.

The council has continued to provide support to key partners in this project, the county council and
Staffordshire FA, with updates on the progress being received from the partners as necessary throughout the year.”

Meanwhile, under ‘Objectives for 2022/23’ within the same report, the author states: “The development of the Uttoxeter Sports Hub is a development the council will continue to
support its partners with. Members will again receive six-monthly updates from its key
partners, such as Staffordshire County Council and Staffordshire FA, to encourage progression of the project, in addition to investigating any opportunities to provide financial assistance to
expedite the delivery of the site as a Sports Hub.”

The news comes as ESBC has now rubber stamped their Corporate Plan for 2022/23.

The refreshed Corporate Plan was given the go ahead at the ESBC meeting on Monday, March 21.

A spokesman for the council said: “It sets out the way in which the council will deliver, develop and improve its services and work to support our communities over the next 12 months.

The refreshed plan contains a combination of transformational objectives seeking to change and regenerate the borough, as well as service indicators to monitor the delivery of key everyday council services.”

Councillor George Allen, leader of ESBC said: “I’m delighted that the Corporate Plan has been approved for the year ahead.

It’s important we monitor the delivery of our key day to day services, such as benefits processing, bin collection and planning applications, as these impact people’s daily lives.”

The newly adopted Corporate Plan can be viewed in full on the council’s website at:www.eaststaffsbc.gov.uk/performance-management/corporate-plan

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