Issue details

Active Lifestyle and Sports Strategy - Refresh - KEY/2AUG21/02

A review of the Active Lifestyles and Sports Strategy following the impact of Covid-19 and services across the city. Since the strategy was adopted in 2018/19 there have been significant developments with the culture and leisure services being delivered by new operators, the demise of certain stakeholders and a stronger importance of working with public health so they are aligned with physical activity for residents health and wellbeing, both physically and mentally.

Decision type: Key

Reason Key: Significantly affecting two or more electoral wards;

Decision status: Abandoned

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Notice of proposed decision first published: 02/07/2021

Decision due: April 2022 by Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Housing, Culture and Communities

Lead member: Councillor Steve Allen, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Housing and Communities

Lead director: Executive Director People Services PCC & CCC

Department: People Services

Contact: Jamie Fenton, Culture and Leisure Development Manager Email:; Tel: 07976382756.

Consultation process

Currently in early stages of the review, working with Cambridgeshires Active Partnership, Living Sport a outline plan of a steering group and consultation will be delivered. This will also align with Sport England’s new 10 year strategy which is being launched in 2021 along with a new funding framework.

Relevant Scrutiny Committee: Communities Scrutiny Committee


  • Current Strategy will be used as a good starting point, this will have statistics updated, a new steering group developed and a new way to evidence actions/outcomes by stakeholders