Medway Elects
Development of Queens Court

5 March 2009

Motion

Members received a report presenting an outline business case for the disposal of the Queens Court site in Rainham and development of affordable supported housing for people with learning disability and complex needs, alongside a development of general housing units. The report included an exempt schedule.

The portfolio holder for adult services, Councillor Mason, supported by the portfolio holder for community services, Councillor Doe, proposed the recommendation in the report.

On being put to the vote, the motion was carried.

Vote Result

Votes by Councillor

For For For 43

The following councillors voted in favour of the motion:

Against Against Against 7

The following councillors voted against the motion:

Absent Absent Absent 5

The following councillors were absent from the vote:

To view the list of councillors who voted in favour or against the motion, those who abstained and those who were absent, click on the appropriate heading.

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