Agenda, decisions and minutes

Executive
Tuesday, 5th January, 2021 10.30 am

Venue: Committee Room 1 - City Hall, Bradford

Contact: Jill Bell / Yusuf Patel 

Items
No. Item

183.

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:

In the interest of clarity the following declarations were received:

 

(i)            The Leader and Councillor Ross-Shaw declared an interest in the item relating to the Bradford Economic Recovery Plan (Minute 188) as serving Board Members.

 

(ii)          Councillor Ross-Shaw  also declared an interest in the item relating to the Towns Fund Programme (Minute 189) as he is a serving member on the respective Boards.

 

ACTION: City Solicitor

184.

MINUTES

Recommended –

 

That the minutes of the meeting held on Tuesday 24 November 2020 be signed as a correct record (previously circulated).

 

(Jill Bell / Yusuf Patel - 01274 434580 434579)

 

Minutes:

Resolved –

 

That the minutes of the meeting held on Tuesday 24 November 2020 be signed as a correct record.

 

 

185.

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 / Yusuf Patel - 01274 434580 434579)

Minutes:

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

 

186.

RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE EXECUTIVE

The following recommendation has been received from the meeting of Full Council  held on Tuesday 8 December 2020:

 

Keighley Carnegie Library

 

Resolved –

 

That the petition be referred to the Executive.

 

                                                       (Jill Bell / Yusuf Patel - 01274 434580 434579)

 

Minutes:

The following recommendation had been received from the meeting of Full Council  held on Tuesday 8 December 2020:

 

Keighley Carnegie Library

 

Resolved –

 

That the petition be referred to the Executive.

 

Note: The Leader stated that this matter already formed part of the agenda for this meeting and will be considered at the appropriate juncture.

 

187.

LEADER'S OPENING REMARKS

Minutes:

Yesterday evening the Government announced a further national lockdown in an attempt to curb Covid infection rates.  Although Bradford district was in a better position , given the high infection rates nationally, there was no room for complacency and therefore another concerted effort was now required to ensure rates remained low and everyone had to play their part.  Since the onset of the pandemic, the district had recorded 780 deaths and this was a tragedy for all those affected and this was brought home recently with the death of a well respected and much loved Councillor, Councillor Abid Hussain who sadly passed away over the Christmas period.  Councillor Abid Hussain served as Lord Mayor and proudly served the Keighley Central ward for many years, helping the vulnerable and making a difference.  He was kind and well mannered and will be sadly missed as a friend and colleague.  The Leader expressed her sincere condolences to his family at this difficult time and she urged that people follow the Government advice and stay at home.

 

Councillor Poulsen also placed on record her condolences on the passing of Councillor Abid Hussain.

REGENERATION, PLANNING & TRANSPORT PORTFOLIO

(Councillor Ross-Shaw)

188.

THE BRADFORD DISTRICT ECONOMIC RECOVERY PLAN pdf icon PDF 571 KB

The Assistant Director, Office of the Chief Executive will submit a report (Document “CV”) which provides an overview of the Bradford District Economic Recovery plan that has been developed by the Bradford District Economic Recovery Board. The Economic Recovery Board is a partnership board, chaired by Professor Zahir Irani, Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Bradford with membership from across the business community, public sector partners, education and voluntary sectors.

 

The recovery plan assesses the impacts of the COVID pandemic on Bradford District’s local economy and sets out the actions we need to take now and over the next two years to accelerate our recovery from Covid-19 by sustaining employment and boosting productivity whilst continuing to build a more inclusive, sustainable and resilient economy for the subsequent period.

 

Executive are asked to note the work carried out by Professor Zahir Irani and partners on the Economic Recovery Board in developing the Economic Recovery Plan. Executive are recommended to ask the Economic Partnership to lead on taking forward this plan for the whole District. In doing this, the partnership will work with other relevant boards including the Bradford District Sustainable Development Partnership, the Bradford District Culture Partnership and the Bradford District Skills Partnership. 

 

Recommended –

 

It is recommended that:

 

(1)       Executive would like to thank Professor Zahir Irani and the Economic Recovery Board members for their valuable contribution to this crucial area of work

 

(2)       Executive note the approach to Economic Recovery outlined in this report and the accompanying Bradford District Economic Recovery Plan.

 

(3)       Recommend that the Economic Partnership takes the lead in     taking this plan forward and uses the plan to inform the District’s    approach to economic recovery supported by other appropriate partnership boards including the Skills Partnership and the        Sustainable Development Partnership.

 

(4)       That these plans are progressed for the whole District, working             with the Keighley and Shipley Towns Fund Boards and other          partnerships.

 

Overview and Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration and Economy

 

(Mark Clayton – 01274 434558)

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Assistant Director, Office of the Chief Executive submitted a report (Document “CV”) which provided an overview of the Bradford District Economic Recovery plan that had been developed by the Bradford District Economic Recovery Board. The Economic Recovery Board is a partnership board, chaired by Professor Zahir Irani, Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Bradford with membership from across the business community, public sector partners, education and voluntary sectors.

 

The recovery plan assessed the impacts of the COVID pandemic on Bradford District’s local economy and set out the actions we need to take now and over the next two years to accelerate our recovery from Covid-19 by sustaining employment and boosting productivity whilst continuing to build a more inclusive, sustainable and resilient economy for the subsequent period.

 

Executive were asked to note the work carried out by Professor Zahir Irani and partners on the Economic Recovery Board in developing the Economic Recovery Plan. Executive were recommended to ask the Economic Partnership to lead on taking forward this plan for the whole District. In doing this, the partnership would work with other relevant boards including the Bradford District Sustainable Development Partnership, the Bradford District Culture Partnership and the Bradford District Skills Partnership. 

 

Professor Zahir Irani was present at the meeting and stated that the pandemic had occurred at a time of real change with Brexit and climate change at the forefront.  The recession that had followed the pandemic had resulted in a  large contraction of the economy, as well as creating an educational, health and societal crisis.

 

In the Bradford context unemployment rates had seen a marked increase and with our larger young population and black and minority ethnic communities, the Bradford district was seeing a disproportionate impact.  To this end, together with the low skills base there was a need to address digital and physical connectivity.  As well as addressing these issues there was a need to recognise, enhance and promote the architectural assets of the district and really project Bradford as a place of growth and opportunity.

 

One of the key aims of the recovery board would be to boost all sectors of the economy and ensure that equality, diversity and inclusivity were important facets in this.  So this was a strong plan informed by a number of key factors and one which had received good feedback from esteemed business leaders.

 

The Leader in welcoming the work thus far stated that she was encouraged by the level of business engagement and the endorsement of the plan by business leaders.

 

A representative from the West Yorkshire Combined Authority was also present and in endorsing the plan, stressed the synergy between the Bradford Economic Recovery Plan and the regional plan, and that many common themes ran between the two plans.

 

The Leader stressed the need for Government to fund economic recovery on a more sustainable footing and one which encompassed a better regional approach.

 

Portfolio Holders echoed their support for the economic recovery plan and the benefits it would  ...  view the full minutes text for item 188.

189.

TOWNS FUND PROGRAMME FOR KEIGHLEY AND SHIPLEY pdf icon PDF 165 KB

Keighley and Shipley were selected by government as two of 101 places across England eligible for up to £25m investment through the Towns Fund. The Towns Fund constitutes a transformational programme of activity and investment in town and high street regeneration; promoting the distinctive offer of each place.

 

The Strategic Director of Place will submit a report (Document “CW”) which provides an update to the Executive in relation to the Towns Fund; it sets out the progress to date and key milestones.

 

Recommended –

 

Executive is recommended to:

 

(1)       Thank the Chairs and Members of both Boards for their continued       hard work in developing the Town Investment Plans.

 

(2)       Welcome the exciting opportunity for investment in town and high       street regeneration for Keighley and Shipley.

 

(3)       Delegate authority to the Strategic Director of Place in       consultation with the Leader to consider and make decisions on          recommendations from the Town Deal Boards.

 

(4)       Delegate authority to the Strategic Director of Place in       consultation with the Leader to approve and submit the Town   Investment Plans by 29 January 2021

 

(5)       Delegate authority to the Strategic Director of Place in       consultation with the City Solicitor, Director of Finance and IT and   the Leader to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the             Heads of Terms as described in this report should the Town      Investment Plans be successful.

 

(6)       Acknowledge and endorse the work and progress that has taken         place to date.

 

(7)       Approve the Terms of Reference for Shipley and Keighley Town           Deal Boards (Appendix 3 to Document “CW”).

 

(8)       Approve the Board Composition for Shipley and Keighley Town           Deal Boards (Appendix 4 to Document “CW”).

 

(9)       Approve the Town Deal Boundary for Shipley and Keighley        (Appendix 5 to Document “CW”) and

 

(10)     Approve the Council’s role as accountable body for the Town    Investment Plans.

 

 

 

Overview and Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration and Environment

 

(Lorraine Wright - 07970 730328)

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Keighley and Shipley were selected by government as two of 101 places across England eligible for up to £25m investment through the Towns Fund. The Towns Fund constitutes a transformational programme of activity and investment in town and high street regeneration; promoting the distinctive offer of each place.

 

The Strategic Director of Place submitted a report (Document “CW”) which provided an update to the Executive in relation to the Towns Fund; it set out the progress to date and key milestones.

 

The Regeneration, Planning  and Transport Portfolio Holder in welcoming the exciting potential the Towns Fund Programme would bring,  stated that the Council had mirrored its support by ensuring there was match funding in the budget.

 

The respective Chairs of the Programme Boards were present at the meeting to lend their support to the work that will be undertaken. 

 

The Chair of the Shipley Board stated although the timescales were very compressed, a lot of progress had been made in a short space of time and that the backing of the community was essential, as well as helping traders in the process.

 

The Chair of the Keighley Board commented that there was so many positives in the district and although challenges remained, the programme would make a real difference.

 

The Leader of the largest opposition group was present at the meeting and in welcoming the funding stressed the need for a level playing field and the importance of supporting projects for smaller groups, as well as keeping ward councillors updated on progress.

 

The Portfolio Holder stated that although the timescales had been tight, good progress had been made with ward members briefed on developments.

 

Resolved –

 

(1)       That the Chairs and Members of both Boards be thanked for their         continued hard work in developing the Town Investment     Plans.

 

(2)       That the Executive welcomes the exciting opportunity for investment in town and high street regeneration for Keighley and Shipley.

 

(3)       That authority be delegated to the Strategic Director Place in      consultation with the Leader to consider and make decisions on      recommendations from the Town Deal Boards.

 

(4)       That authority be delegated to the Strategic Director Place in      consultation with the Leader to approve and submit the Town          Investment Plans by 29 January 2021

 

(5)       That authority be delegated to the Strategic Director Place in      consultation with the City Solicitor, Director of Finance and IT and         the Leader to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the    Heads of Terms as described in Document “CW” should the Town             Investment Plans be successful.

 

(6)       That  the work and progress that has taken place to date be        acknowledged and endorsed.

 

(7)       That the Terms of Reference for Shipley and Keighley Town Deal Boards ( as set out in Appendix 3 to Document “CW”) be approved.

 

(8)       That  the Board Composition for Shipley and Keighley Town      Deal Boards ( as set out in Appendix 4 to Document “CW”) be      approved.

 

(9)       That the Town Deal Boundary for Shipley and Keighley (as set out  ...  view the full minutes text for item 189.

LEADER OF COUNCIL & CORPORATE

(Councillor Hinchcliffe)

190.

AN UPDATE ON BRADFORD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT COUNCIL'S PREPARATIONS FOR BREXIT pdf icon PDF 222 KB

The Leader will submit a report (Document “CX”) which provides an update on District wide preparations for Brexit including a no deal Brexit.

 

The Brexit transition period ends on 31 December 2020. From 1 January, the UK will no longer be part of the EU single market, customs union or any trade deals negotiated by the EU. Negotiations continue on a new trade deal, but, regardless of whether or not we leave the EU with a trade deal, substantial changes affecting all sectors of society will occur from 1 January as a result of leaving the EU. 

 

Recommended –

 

That Executive note this update.

 

Overview and Scrutiny Committee: Corporate

 

(Phil Witcherley / Kevin Brain  - 01274 431241/ 2982)

Minutes:

The Leader submitted a report (Document “CX”) which provided an update on District wide preparations for Brexit including a no deal Brexit.

 

The Brexit transition period ended on 31 December 2020. From 1 January, the UK is no longer part of the EU single market, customs union or any trade deals negotiated by the EU. Negotiations had continued on a new trade deal, but, regardless of whether or not we left the EU with a trade deal, substantial changes affecting all sectors of society will occur from 1 January as a result of leaving the EU. 

 

The work done in the district around settled status was particularly highlighted and that the Home Office had recognised the sterling work done in Bradford.

 

The Chief Executive stressed that the Chamber of Commerce had welcomed the deal that had been negotiated and that a number of work streams were on-going to take the work forward.

 

Resolved –

 

That this update be noted.

 

ACTION: No Action

 

Overview and Scrutiny Committee: Corporate

 

 

 

 

191.

CALCULATION OF BRADFORD'S COUNCIL TAX BASE AND BUSINESS RATES BASE FOR 2021-22 pdf icon PDF 188 KB

The Director of Finance will submit a report (Document “CY”) which estimates the Council’s Council Tax and Business Rates bases for 2021-22. These bases in turn determine the amount of taxation raised in 2021-22.

           

Section A of this report estimates the Council Tax Base. This involves considering: total dwellings in the district; exemptions, discounts and the Council Tax Reduction Scheme among others items.

 

Section B estimates the Business Rates base, starting with the total rateable value of property used by businesses in the district.

 

Section C summarises the implications of the tax bases for the 2021-22 revenue budget.

 

Recommended –

 

(1)       That the number of Band D equivalent properties for 2021-22 for the whole of the Bradford Metropolitan District is fixed at 142,000 (as set out in Appendix A, line 13 of Document “CY”).

 

(2)       That the Council Tax Base for 2021-22 for each Parish (set out in Appendix B to Document “CY”) is approved.

 

(3)       Further that Bradford’s £6.4m share of the anticipated 2020-21 Council Tax deficit is approved, along with the Council’s ability to repay this across three future years; also that the latest Government announcement is to repay 75% of this. Also that the Police and Fire share of the deficit (as set out in 7.2 to Document “CY”) is noted.

 

(4)       That the latest estimate of the gross shares of Business Rates income for 2021-22, are noted (Appendix C, line w, x & y to Document “CY”). These are set out below:

 

50% is paid to Central Government - £62.5m

1% is paid to the West Yorkshire Fire Authority - £1.3m

49% is retained by the Council - £63.7m

 

(5)       That authority is delegated to the Section 151 officer in consultation with the Leader of the Council to make any necessary amendments to the Business Rates estimate arising from the completion of the 2021-22 NDR1 form and to include the amended figures in the 2021-22 Budget papers for Council.

 

Overview and Scrutiny Committee: Corporate

 

(James Hopwood - 01274) 432882)

 

Minutes:

The Director of Finance submitted a report (Document “CY”) which estimated the Council’s Council Tax and Business Rates bases for 2021-22. These bases in turn determine the amount of taxation raised in 2021-22.

           

Section A of the report estimated the Council Tax Base. This involves considering: total dwellings in the district; exemptions, discounts and the Council Tax Reduction Scheme among others items.

 

Section B estimated the Business Rates base, starting with the total rateable value of property used by businesses in the district.

 

Section C summarised the implications of the tax bases for the 2021-22 revenue budget.

 

The Director acknowledged that this was the first time that there had been a reduction in the Council Tax base.

 

Resolved –

 

(1)       That the number of Band D equivalent properties for 2021-22 for the whole of the Bradford Metropolitan District is fixed at 142,000 (as set out in Appendix A, line 12 of Document “CY”).

 

(2)       That the Council Tax Base for 2021-22 for each Parish (set out in Appendix B to Document “CY”) be approved.

 

(3)       Further that Bradford’s £6.4m share of the anticipated 2020-21 Council Tax deficit be approved, along with the Council’s ability to repay this across three future years; also that the latest Government announcement is to repay 75% of this. Also that the Police and Fire share of the deficit (as set out in 7.2 to Document “CY”) is noted.

 

(4)       That the latest estimate of the gross shares of Business Rates income for 2021-22, be noted (Appendix C, line w, x & y to Document “CY”). These are set out below:

 

50% is paid to Central Government - £62.5m

1% is paid to the West Yorkshire Fire Authority - £1.3m

49% is retained by the Council - £63.7m

 

(5)       That authority be delegated to the Section 151 officer in consultation with the Leader of the Council to make any necessary amendments to the Business Rates estimate arising from the completion of the 2021-22 NDR1 form and to include the amended figures in the 2021-22 Budget papers for Council.

 

ACTION: Director of Finance

 

Overview and Scrutiny Committee: Corporate

 

192.

STEETON WITH EASTBURN AND SILSDEN NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN pdf icon PDF 125 KB

The Strategic Director Place will submit a report (Document “CZ”) which sets out the Steeton with Eastburn and Silsden Neighbourhood Development Plan which has been prepared by the Steeton with Eastburn Parish Council and Silsden Town Council. The Plan has now been subject of an independent examination by Robert Bryan and his report confirms that the Plan, subject to the incorporation of a number of modifications meets the Basic Conditions outlined in legislation. He has recommended that the Plan proceeds to local referendum.

 

The report recommends that the Executive agree to all of the proposed modifications and that the modified plan proceeds to referendum. This will take place in May 2021.

 

Recommended –

 

 (1)      The submitted Steeton with Eastburn and Silsden Neighbourhood       Development Plan (Appendices 1a and 1b) is subject to the         modifications (Recommendations 1 to 18) as set out in the Examiner’s        Report (Appendix 2), together with any relevant factual changes required to ensure that it is up to date.

 

(2)       It is then subject to a local referendum.

 

(3)       Should the plan be successful at referendum, the plan should be          formally made via delegated decision by the Assistant Director            (Planning, Transportation & Highways) in consultation with the        Portfolio Holder (Regeneration, Planning & Transport) in line with         the agreed governance arrangements.

 

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration & Economy

 

(Andrew Marshall - 01274 434050)

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Strategic Director Place submitted a report (Document “CZ”) which set out the Steeton with Eastburn and Silsden Neighbourhood Development Plan which had been prepared by the Steeton with Eastburn Parish Council and Silsden Town Council. The Plan had been subject of an independent examination by Robert Bryan and his report confirmed that the Plan, subject to the incorporation of a number of modifications met the Basic Conditions outlined in legislation. He had recommended that the Plan proceeds to local referendum.

 

The report recommended that the Executive agree to all of the proposed modifications and that the modified plan proceeds to referendum. This will take place in May 2021.

 

A Silsden Town Councillor was present at the meeting and stated that the development plan had taken many years in the making; that the production of a joint plan was seen as a constructive way forward, saving on resources.  She also stated that the plan would benefit the localities immensely and enable the receipt of community infrastructure levy monies, and she thanked all parties for their input and looked forward to the next stage.

 

The Leader in welcoming the Plan, expressed her sincere thanks to the respective Parish and Town Councils for their hard work and input.

 

Resolved –

 

 (1)      That the submitted Steeton with Eastburn and Silsden Neighbourhood Development Plan (Appendices 1a and 1b to Document “CZ”) be subject to the modifications (Recommendations 1 to 18) as set out in the Examiner’s Report (Appendix 2 to Document “CZ”), together with any relevant factual changes required to ensure that it is up to date.

 

(2)       That it is then subject to a local referendum.

 

(3)       Should the plan be successful at referendum, the plan should be          formally made via delegated decision by the Assistant Director            (Planning, Transportation & Highways) in consultation with the        Portfolio Holder (Regeneration, Planning & Transport) in line with         the agreed governance arrangements.

 

ACTION:Strategic Director Place

 

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration & Economy

 

 

 

 

193.

RESPONSE TO PETITION ABOUT KEIGHLEY LIBRARY pdf icon PDF 102 KB

The Strategic Director Place will submit a report (Document “DA”) which asks the Executive  to note the information contained in this report in response to a petition about Keighley Library that was presented to Council on 8 December 2020.  

 

Recommended –

 

That the information presented in Document “DA” in relation to the petition about Keighley Library be noted.

 

Overview and Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration and Economy

 

(Christine May - 07970 829265)

 

 

Minutes:

The Strategic Director Place submitted a report (Document “DA”) which asked the Executive  to note the information contained in the report in response to a petition about Keighley Library that was presented to Council on 8 December 2020.   It was stressed that there was never a intention to close the library.

 

The lead petitioner was present at the meeting and stated that it was important to develop the library provision so that a holistic and firm foundation was there, and a sustainable platform for incorporating additional services into the library was key to its future survival.

 

The Strategic Director stressed that the lead petitioner had been invited to join the working group to represent the  Friends of Keighley Library to take key developments forward for the Library .

 

Resolved –

 

That the information presented in Document “DA” in relation to the petition about Keighley Library be noted.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place

 

Overview and Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration and Economy

 

 

 

194.

EXCLUSION OF THE PUBLIC

Recommended –

 

That the public be excluded from the meeting during the discussion of the Not for Publication Document “DB” 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 Paragraph 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.

 

(Yusuf Patel – 07970 411923)

 

Minutes:

Resolved –

 

That the public be excluded from the meeting during the discussion of the Not for Publication Document “DB” 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 Paragraph 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.

 

195.

ONE CITY PARK

The Strategic Director Corporate Resources will submit a report (Not For Publication Document “DB”) which provides an update on the One City Park development.

 

Recommended –

 

That the recommendations contained in Not For Publication Document “DB” be approved.

 

Overview and Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration and Economy

 

(Ben Middleton / Chris Chapman - 07582 101816 / 07971 725105)

Minutes:

The Strategic Directors of Place and Corporate Resources submitted a report (Not For Publication Document “DB”) which provided an update on the One City Park development.

 

Resolved –

 

That the recommendations contained in Not For Publication Document “DB” be approved.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Corporate Resources/ Director of Finance

 

Overview and Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration and Economy