Agenda, decisions and minutes

Executive
Thursday, 2nd January, 2020 10.30 am

Venue: Committee Room 1 - City Hall, Bradford. View directions

Contact: Jill Bell / Yusuf Patel 

Items
No. Item

52.

DISCLOSURES OF INTEREST

(Members Code of Conduct - Part 4A of the Constitution)

 

To receive disclosures of interests from members and co-opted members on matters to be considered at the meeting. The disclosure must include the nature of the interest.

 

An interest must also be disclosed in the meeting when it becomes apparent to the member during the meeting.

 

Notes:

 

(1)       Members may remain in the meeting and take part fully in discussion and voting unless the interest is a disclosable pecuniary interest or an interest which the Member feels would call into question their compliance with the wider principles set out in the Code of Conduct.  Disclosable pecuniary interests relate to the Member concerned or their spouse/partner.

 

(2)       Members in arrears of Council Tax by more than two months must not vote in decisions on, or which might affect, budget calculations, and must disclose at the meeting that this restriction applies to them.  A failure to comply with these requirements is a criminal offence under section 106 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992. 

 

(3)       Members are also welcome to disclose interests which are not disclosable pecuniary interests but which they consider should be made in the interest of clarity.

 

(4)       Officers must disclose interests in accordance with Council Standing Order 44.

 

Minutes:

The following declarations of interest were received:

 

(i)        The Leader, Councillor Hinchcliffe declared an interest in the items relating to the Housing Strategy for Bradford district 2020-2030 (Minute 60) and Bradford Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Strategy 2020-2025 (Minute 61) as she was the owner of an empty home as a result of inheritance, and she left the meeting during consideration and voting on both of the items

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(ii)       The following Members of the Executive had also been granted dispensations under the Localism Act 2011 in relation to declared Disclosable Pecuniary Interests relating to employment, sponsorship and land for the purposes of speaking and voting at this meeting in relation to the Budget Consultation item (Minute 56):

 

Employment

 

Councillor Imran Khan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sponsorship

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Councillor Farley

 

 

 

 

 

 

Councillor Hinchcliffe

 

 

 

 

 

 

Councillor Jabar

 

 

 

 

 

 

Councillor Imran Khan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Land

Councillor Farley

 

 

 

 

 

 

Councillor Ferriby

 

 

 

 

 

 

Councillor Hinchcliffe

 

 

 

 

 

 

Councillor Jabar

 

 

 

 

 

 

Councillor Imran Khan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(iii)   The following members disclosed a personal interest in the item on the agenda relating to the Budget  2020-21 and of the nature and description indicated by each category:

 

Members with a spouse, partner or close relative in the employment of the Council

 

Councillor Jabar

Councillor Imran Khan

 

 

Members employed by or who have a spouse, partner or close relative employed by a voluntary organisation/public body funded by the Council.

 

Councillor Imran Khan 

 

 

Members who occupied land or who had a spouse, partner or relative who did or who were directors of companies or sat on the management committee of an organisation that occupies land under a lease or licence granted by the Council.

 

Councillor I Khan

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

 

 

Members of other public authorities.

 

Airedale Partnership

Councillor Ross Shaw 

 

Bradford Business Improvement District

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

Bradford Economic Partnership

Cllr Hinchcliffe

Cllr Ross-Shaw

 

City Regions Board (LGA)

Councillor Hinchcliffe

 

Drake and Tonson Foundation

Cllr Farley

 

Haworth Exhibition Trust

Cllr Farley

 

Ilkley Business Improvement Board

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

Key Cities

Councillor Hinchcliffe

Councillor Imran Khan 

 

Leeds Bradford International Airport – Consultative Committee

Councillor Ross-Shaw 

 

Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership

Councillor Hinchcliffe 

 

Nell Bank Outdoor Education Centre

Councillor Ferriby 

 

Sir Titus Salt Trust

Councillor Hinchcliffe

 

University of Bradford -  Court

Councillor Hinchcliffe

 

West Yorkshire Combined Authority   

Councillor Hinchcliffe 

Councillor Imran Khan  (alternate)

 

West Yorkshire Combined Authority Inclusive Growth and Public Policy

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

West Yorkshire Combined Authority West Yorkshire & York Investment Panel

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

West Yorkshire Combined Authority Business Innovation and Growth Panel

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

West Yorkshire Combined Authority Business Investment Panel

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

West Yorkshire Combined Authority Employment Skills Panel

Councillor Hinchcliffe

Councillor Imran Khan

 

West Yorkshire Combined Authority Governance and Audit

Councillor Hinchcliffe

Councillor Imran Khan (alternate)

 

West Yorkshire Combined Authority Green Economy Panel

Councillor Ferriby

 

West Yorkshire Combined Authority City Region Partnership

Councillor Hinchcliffe

 

West Yorkshire Combined Authority Place Panel

Councillor Hinchcliffe

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

West Yorkshire Joint Services Committee

Councillor Hinchcliffe

Councillor Imran Khan

 

Wrose Carnival Management Committee

Councillor Hinchcliffe

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

Yorkshire Libraries and Information

Cllr Ferriby

 

Parish Councillors

 

Councillor Hinchcliffe

Councillor Ross-Shaw

 

Members who sit on the management committee/ trustee of  ...  view the full minutes text for item 52.

53.

MINUTES

Recommended –

 

That the minutes of the meeting held on 8 October and 5 November 2019 be signed as a correct record (previously circulated).

 

(Jill Bell  - 01274 434580)

 

Minutes:

Recommended –

 

That the minutes of the meeting held on 8 October and 5 November 2019 be signed as a correct record.

 

ACTION: City Solicitor

 

54.

INSPECTION OF REPORTS AND BACKGROUND PAPERS

(Access to Information Procedure Rules – Part 3B of the Constitution)

 

Reports and background papers for agenda items may be inspected by contacting the person shown after each agenda item.  Certain reports and background papers may be restricted. 

 

Any request to remove the restriction on a report or background paper should be made to the relevant Strategic Director or Assistant Director whose name is shown on the front page of the report. 

 

If that request is refused, there is a right of appeal to this meeting. 

 

Please contact the officer shown below in advance of the meeting if you wish to appeal. 

 

(Jill Bell - 01274 434580)

Minutes:

There were no appeals submitted by the public to review decisions to restrict documents.

55.

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE EXECUTIVE

To note any recommendations to the Executive that may be the subject of report to a future meeting.  (Schedule to be tabled at the meeting). 

 

 (Jill Bell - 01274 434580)

 

Minutes:

There were no recommendations to the Executive.

LEADER OF COUNCIL & CORPORATE

(Councillor Hinchcliffe)

56.

PROPOSED FINANCIAL PLAN UPDATED 2020/21

The report of the Director of Finance (Document “AB”) sets out the update on budget decisions and Council Tax including new proposals for consultation with the public, interested parties, staff and Trade Unions for 2020/21.

 

Recommended -

 

That Executive, having considered the Council’s public sector equality duty as set out above:

 

(a)  Approve for consultation as required with the public, interested parties, staff and Trade Unions the new budget proposals for 2020/21 set out at Appendix E to Document AB

 

(b)  Approve for consultation as required with the public, interested parties, staff and Trade Unions the proposed recurrent spending included in the financial estimates as set out in Appendix C and the non recurrent spending plans in Appendix D to Document AB

 

(c)  Approve for consultation the proposed new capital schemes PCS1 to PCS16 as set out in section 8 of Document AB

 

(d)  Note the proposed use of reserves as set out in Appendix G to Document AB

 

(e)  Approve the consultation mechanisms and processes set out in section 9 to Document AB

 

(f)   Approve for consultation the extension of the Council Tax Support for care leavers aged 22-25 with a discount of 50% on their Council Tax bill from 1 April 2020

 

(g)  Approve for consultation the extension of transitional support from 1 April 2020 for those households adversely affected by more than £17 per week in respect of the Council Tax Reduction Scheme. This transitional support to be reviewed during 2020.

Minutes:

The report of the Director of Finance (Document “AB”) set out the update on budget decisions and Council Tax including new proposals for consultation with the public, interested parties, staff and Trade Unions for 2020/21.

 

An opposition member in attendance at the meeting welcomed the proposed use of £700,000 Public Health funding on on-going investment to support delivery of Health outcomes within and from libraries and asked whether this would result in a halt to reductions in library staff.  He also referred to the Ilkley 20mph zone and the fact that a child had been hit by a car on Grove Road and asked whether there were any plans to extend the 20 mph zone.  The member was thanked for his questions and advised that they would be responded to during the course of the meeting.

 

A representative of UNITE the Union attended the meeting and questioned why the budget covered a two year period stating that the union’s preference would be for a one year budget.  He was unaware that any consultation had taken place with the Union on the coming budget over the previous months.  He asked where the £21m investment in Children’s Services was to come from.

 

In response the Leader spoke in favour of a 3 year budget which would give more time to plan, transform and reconfigure services.  She added that in previous years changes had been asked for over a short period which had created issues and noted that all staff would like certainty about their future.

 

It was noted that on 15 October the Council received a petition in respect of Museums and Libraries and referred the petition to the Executive.  At the Executive on 5 November 2019 the Leader stated that it should be considered as part of the Budget consultation report at the December meeting and the petitioner be advised accordingly.  The December meeting of the Executive having been cancelled the budget report was being considered at this meeting and the petitioners had been invited to the meeting.  No representative of the petitioners attended the meeting. It was noted that the budget consultation would be considered by the Executive in February and that the petitioners would have the opportunity to attend the meeting.

 

The Healthy People and Places Portfolio Holder understood the concerns raised in the petition and referred to the years of austerity since 2010/11.   She emphasised the budget proposal to invest £700,000 from Public Health to support delivery of Health outcomes, support the libraries network and create a sustainable network for the future.  She noted that 700 residents had responded in the engagement process and the proposals would be brought forward at a future date.

 

The Leader in presenting and tabling the Labour Group’s Budget and Council Tax proposals for 2020/21, stated that between 2011/12 and 2019/20 the Council had taken measures to reduce costs and increase income amounting to £278m and that the authority’s spending power had been reduced by half over that period. She thanked  ...  view the full minutes text for item 56.

REGENERATION, PLANNING & TRANSPORT PORTFOLIO

(Councillor Ross-Shaw)

57.

EXCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC

Recommended –

 

That the public be excluded from the meeting during the discussion of  Not for Publication Appendix 2 to Document “AC” on the grounds that it is likely, in view of the nature of the proceedings, that if they were present, exempt information within paragraph 3 (financial or business affairs) of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972 (as amended) would be disclosed and it is considered that, in all the circumstances, the public interest in allowing the public to remain is outweighed by the public interest in excluding public access to the relevant part of the proceedings for the following reasons:

 

It is in the public interest in maintaining these exemptions because it is in the overriding interest of proper administration that Members are made fully aware of the financial and legal implications of any decision.

 

(Jill Bell – 01274 434580)

 

58.

ONE CITY PARK

The Strategic Director Place will submit a report (Document “AC” which contains Not For Publication Appendix 2) which updates Members on the outcome of the process to procure a Development Partner for the One City Park scheme as approved by the Executive Committee at its meeting on the 10th July 2018.

 

The report will also seek approval for the maximum financial commitment required to deliver this project to go into the budget process and upon approval of that budget for the Strategic Director of Place in collaboration with the Strategic Director Corporate Resources to enter into a Development Agreement with the preferred Development Partner to deliver the One City Park scheme.

 

Recommended –

 

(1)          That the procurement procedure undertaken be acknowledged and the appointment of Muse Developments Ltd., be confirmed as its preferred developer in accordance with the outcome of said procedure.

 

(2)          That the financial commitment up to the maximum funding commitment sum as referred to in Not For Publication Appendix 2 Section 4.2 to Document AC be entered into the Council’s budget programme to cover the cost of delivering the OCP scheme.

 

(3)        That in the event that the maximum provision funding is approved by Council the Strategic Director of Place, in collaboration with the Strategic Director Corporate Resources complete a Development Agreement with Muse Development Ltd., as the Council’s Development Partner to deliver the One City Park Scheme. 

 

 

 (Simon Woodhurst - 01274 433789)

Minutes:

The Strategic Director Place submitted a report (Document “AC” which contains Not For Publication Appendix 2) which updated Members on the outcome of the process to procure a Development Partner for the One City Park scheme as approved by the Executive at its meeting on the 10 July 2018.

 

The report also sought approval for the maximum financial commitment required to deliver this project to go into the budget process and upon approval of that budget for the Strategic Director of Place in consultation with the Strategic Director Corporate Resources to enter into a Development Agreement with the preferred Development Partner to deliver the One City Park scheme. 

 

The Strategic Director of Place outlined the need for new Grade A office space in the city centre and noted that none had been delivered in the last 20 years.  He pointed out that this had restricted the city’s ability to expand local companies and attract new ones.  He was please to announce one of the Country’s leading names in mixed use development and urban regeneration, Muse as the preferred Development Partner.  It was reported that Muse had worked in partnership with a number of authorities such as Salford, Stockport, Manchester and Leeds. 

 

The Regeneration, Planning and Transport Portfolio Holder was pleased that Muse, a major national name in mixed use development was coming to Bradford which demonstrated its confidence in the District.  He emphasised the quality of the development which was worthy of One City Park, with high standards of sustainability taking into account the climate change agenda.  He was pleased that it would bring 500 direct jobs into the city centre and also generate secondary jobs.  

 

 

Resolved –

 

(1)          That the procurement procedure undertaken be acknowledged and the appointment of Muse Developments Ltd., be confirmed as its preferred developer in accordance with the outcome of said procedure.

 

(2)          That the financial commitment up to the maximum funding commitment sum as referred to in Not For Publication Appendix 2 Section 4.2 to Document AC be entered into the Council’s budget programme to cover the cost of delivering the OCP scheme.

 

(3)        That in the event that the maximum provision funding is approved by Council the Strategic Director of Place, in collaboration with the Strategic Director Corporate Resources complete a Development Agreement with Muse Development Ltd., as the Council’s Development Partner to deliver the One City Park Scheme. 

 

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place            

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration and Environment

59.

CONSIDERATION OF A PETITION IN RELATION TO THE PEDESTRIANISATION OF MARKET STREET, BRADFORD

A petition containing 1070 signatures was received by Full Council on 16 July 2019 and referred to Executive for consideration. This petition requested that the Council consider the possibility of pedestrianisation of Market Street in Bradford city centre for the benefit of businesses and people visiting Bradford City Centre.

 

The Strategic Director Place will submit a report (Document “AD”) that updates Executive on how the proposal to pedestrianise Market Street has been incorporated into the West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s Transforming Cities Fund bid in November 2019 and the outcomes of initial stakeholder engagement relating to this proposal.

 

Recommended –

 

That the lead petitioner be advised that the pedestrianisation scheme for Market Street forms part of the Active & Sustainable Travel proposal for Transforming Cities Funding bid. If this bid is successful in securing funding the Council will be developing proposals for Market Street throughout 2020. 

 

(Richard Gelder - 01274 437603)

Minutes:

A petition containing 1070 signatures was received by Full Council on 16 July 2019 and referred to Executive for consideration. This petition requested that the Council consider the possibility of pedestrianisation of Market Street in Bradford city centre for the benefit of businesses and people visiting Bradford City Centre.

 

The Strategic Director of Place submitted a report (Document “AD”) that updated Executive on how the proposal to pedestrianise Market Street had been incorporated into the West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s Transforming Cities Fund bid in November 2019 and the outcomes of initial stakeholder engagement relating to this proposal.

 

The Regeneration, Planning and Transport Portfolio Holder saw the proposal as an exciting opportunity that would improve links to other parts of the city centre.  He stressed that it was important to maintain quality bus access and noted that modelling had identified that improved bus times could be delivered and that access to bus services could be maintained.

 

Resolved –

 

That the lead petitioner be advised that the pedestrianisation scheme for Market Street forms part of the Active & Sustainable Travel proposal for Transforming Cities Funding bid. If this bid is successful in securing funding the Council will be developing proposals for Market Street throughout 2020. 

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place            

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration and Environment

 

NOTE: having declared an interest in the following item (Housing Strategy for Bradford District) Councillor Hinchcliffe left the meeting during consideration and voting on the item.

 

 

Councillor I Khan in the Chair

60.

'A PLACE TO CALL HOME, A PLACE TO THRIVE, HOUSING STRATEGY FOR BRADFORD DISTRICT, 2020-2030' pdf icon PDF 106 KB

The report of the Strategic Director, Place (Document “AE”) presents the revised housing strategy, ‘A Place to Call Home, A Place to Thrive, Housing Strategy for Bradford District, 2020-2030’. The strategy sets out the vision, priorities, challenges and approach for meeting the housing needs of the residents of the district. The strategy is a high-level strategic document for the Council and its partners to follow when developing and delivering housing policies, plans, and delivery programmes. 

 

Recommended –

 

(1)       That the housing strategy, “A Place to Call Home, A Place

            To Thrive, Housing Strategy for the District, 2020-2030’ be           endorsed and recommended to full Council for approval.

 

(2)       That the support provided by partners in developing the strategy, be noted and the significant contribution that will be provided by housing and other partners in implementing the strategy be acknowledged.

 

(3)       That the importance of a strong and effective Housing Partnership which will play a vital role in monitoring, reviewing and reporting on measures contained within the strategy be noted.

 

(4)       That the Strategic Director of Place, in consultation with the        Portfolio Holder, is delegated authority to undertake

            monitoring   and implementation of this strategy.

 

(Yusuf Karolia - 01274 434362)

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The report of the Strategic Director, Place (Document “AE”) presented the revised housing strategy, ‘A Place to Call Home, A Place to Thrive, Housing Strategy for Bradford District, 2020-2030’. The strategy set out the vision, priorities, challenges and approach for meeting the housing needs of the residents of the district. The strategy was a high-level strategic document for the Council and its partners to follow when developing and delivering housing policies, plans, and delivery programmes. 

 

The Strategic Director stressed that the housing strategy was partner led, that considerable consultation had taken place and that it was built on a robust evidence base.  The Strategy recognised the challenges that Bradford faced such as the high proportion of heritage stock.  Qualitative and quantitative evidence had been used to produce the Strategy.

 

The Education, Employment and Skills Portfolio holder welcomed the report.

 

A member who attended the meeting was pleased to note that our approach to delivery included an intention to continue to work with government to resettle refugees.  He noted that there were 4,000 empty houses in the district however the Strategic Director pointed out that closing the gap between the number of long term empty homes in the district and the West Yorkshire Average was a key target in the Strategy.  It was also noted that the Empty Homes Action Plan had successfully received 3 awards in the last two years.

 

The Regeneration, Planning and Transport portfolio holder thanked officer and partners and members on the Regeneration and Environment Overview & Scrutiny Committee for their valued contribution.  He acknowledged the need for more quality homes in the right places and improved housing stock. 

 

Resolved –

 

(1)       That the housing strategy, “A Place to Call Home, A Place

            To Thrive, Housing Strategy for the District, 2020-2030’ be           endorsed and recommended to full Council for approval.

 

(2)       That the support provided by partners in developing the strategy, be noted and the significant contribution that will be provided by housing and other partners in implementing the strategy be acknowledged.

 

(3)       That the importance of a strong and effective Housing Partnership which will play a vital role in monitoring, reviewing and reporting on measures contained within the strategy be noted.

 

(4)       That the Strategic Director of Place, in consultation with the        Portfolio Holder, is delegated authority to undertake

            monitoring   and implementation of this strategy.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration and Environment               

 

61.

BRADFORD HOMELESSNESS AND ROUGH SLEEPING STRATEGY 2020 - 2025 pdf icon PDF 118 KB

The report of the Strategic Director Place (Document “AF”) outlines the development of a refreshed Homelessness and Rough Sleeping strategy for the district. The strategy sets out the vision, themes and priority actions identified for tackling homelessness and rough sleeping over the next five years. The strategy has been drafted as a high-level framework to guide and influence the policies and delivery programmes of partners and stakeholders.

 

Recommended -

 

(1)          That the Bradford Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Strategy 2020-2025 be endorsed.

 

(2)       That the support provided by partners in developing the strategy be noted, and the significant contribution that will be provided by housing, homelessness and other partners in implementing this strategy be acknowledged.

 

(3)       That Strategic Director Place, in consultation with the Portfolio Holder, is delegated authority to undertake monitoring and implementation of this strategy.

 

(Regeneration and Environment Overview & Scrutiny Committee)

(Sarah Holmes – 01274 432591)

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The report of the Strategic Director Place (Document “AF”) outlined the development of a refreshed Homelessness and Rough Sleeping strategy for the district. The strategy set out the vision, themes and priority actions identified for tackling homelessness and rough sleeping over the next five years. The strategy had been drafted as a high-level framework to guide and influence the policies and delivery programmes of partners and stakeholders.

 

The Strategic Director welcomed the input from the Regeneration & Environment  Overview and Scrutiny Committee and the Health and Wellbeing Board and noted the desire for all services to work collaboratively.  It was noted that a wide range of organisations had been involved in producing the strategy that had a strategic emphasis on partnership working and an ambition of striving to end homelessness and rough sleeping.

 

The Regeneration, Planning and Transport portfolio holder noted that every year since 2010 there had been more approaches to the Council from people who were either homeless or threatened with homelessness.  He added that this was a national scandal, the Council was doing what it could to address this and that encouraging results had been achieved through the Council funded pilot project.

 

Resolved -

 

(1)          That the Bradford Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Strategy 2020-2025 be endorsed.

 

(2)       That the support provided by partners in developing the strategy be noted, and the significant contribution that will be provided by housing, homelessness and other partners in implementing this strategy be acknowledged.

 

(3)       That Strategic Director Place, in consultation with the Portfolio Holder, is delegated authority to undertake monitoring and implementation of this strategy.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration and Environment   

 

 

Councillor Hinchcliffe in the Chair

62.

EXCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC

Recommended –

 

That the public be excluded from the meeting during the discussion of the Not for Publication Document “AG” on the grounds that it is likely, in view of the nature of the proceedings, that if they were present, exempt information within paragraph 3 (financial or business affairs) and 5 (legal privilege)  of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972 (as amended) would be disclosed and it is considered that, in all the circumstances, the public interest in allowing the public to remain is outweighed by the public interest in excluding public access to the relevant part of the proceedings for the following reasons:

 

It is in the public interest in maintaining these exemptions because it is in the overriding interest of proper administration that Members are made fully aware of the financial and legal implications of any decision.

 

(Jill Bell – 01274 434580)

 

Minutes:

Resolved –

 

That the public be excluded from the meeting during the discussion of the Not for Publication Document “AG” on the grounds that it is likely, in view of the nature of the proceedings, that if they were present, exempt information within paragraph 3 (financial or business affairs) and 5 (legal privilege)  of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972 (as amended) would be disclosed and it is considered that, in all the circumstances, the public interest in allowing the public to remain is outweighed by the public interest in excluding public access to the relevant part of the proceedings for the following reasons:

 

It is in the public interest in maintaining these exemptions because it is in the overriding interest of proper administration that Members are made fully aware of the financial and legal implications of any decision.

 

63.

YPO - STRATEGIC ACQUISITION

Members will be asked to consider the confidential report of the Strategic Director Corporate Services (Not for Publication Document “AG”).

 

Recommended –

 

That the recommendations contained in Not for Publication Document “AG” be approved.

 

                                                                        (Joanne Hyde – 01274 433656)

Minutes:

Members were asked to consider the confidential report of the Strategic Director Corporate Services (Not for Publication Document “AG”).

 

 

Resolved –

 

That the recommendations contained in Not for Publication Document “AG” be approved.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Corporate Services

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Corporate