Decisions

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Decisions published

22/07/2021 - EXCEPTIONS TO FINANCIAL REGULATIONS APPLIED DURING 2020/21 UNDER DIRECTOR OF FINANCE DELEGATED AUTHORITY ref: 4323    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Governance and Audit Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2021 - Governance and Audit Committee

Decision published: 23/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved-

 

That the use of exceptions under Financial Regulation 1.7 as detailed in Document “H” be noted.

 

                                                            (Chris Chapman – 01274 433656)

 


22/07/2021 - INTERNAL AUDIT ANNUAL REPORT 2020/21 ref: 4322    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Governance and Audit Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2021 - Governance and Audit Committee

Decision published: 23/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

That the work carried out by Internal Audit during 2020/21 be recognised and supported.

 

                                    (Mark St Romaine – 01274 432888)

 


22/07/2021 - INFORMATION GOVERNANCE PERFORMANCE AND ACTIVITY REPORT ref: 4321    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Governance and Audit Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2021 - Governance and Audit Committee

Decision published: 23/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved -

 

That the performance and activity information contained within the report (Document “F”) be noted.

 

                                                            (Tracey Banfield – 01274 434794)

                                                            (Harry Singh – 01274 437256)

 

 


22/07/2021 - REGULATION OF INVESTIGATORY POWERS ACT 2000 (RIPA 2000) - LEVEL OF USE (QUARTERLY RECORDS) ref: 4320    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Governance and Audit Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2021 - Governance and Audit Committee

Decision published: 23/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved-

 

(1)  That the contents of the report be noted.

 

(2)  That the Councils continued compliance with RIPA be noted.

 

(3)  That the importance of the training arranged be acknowledged.

 

(4)   That the IPCO (Investigatory Powers Commissioners Office) advice regarding a Human Rights Act 1998 process be implemented by RiCMO (RIPA Coordinator and Monitoring Officer)  and that a review of the RIPA Policy in relation to the Human Rights Act 1998 process be considered by the Committee in January 2022.

 

Action:  City Solicitor

 

                                                          (Richard Winter – 01274 434292)

 


22/07/2021 - COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE REVIEW FOR A NEW LOCAL COUNCIL IN THE WINDHILL AND BOLTON WOODS AREA ref: 4319    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Governance and Audit Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2021 - Governance and Audit Committee

Decision published: 23/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved-

 

That the following be referred to Council:

 

“That the Governance and Audit Committee do not support the proposal of a new Local Council being set up in the Windhill and Bolton Woods area due to the low turn out of representations as detailed in 3.5 of Document “D” and also with regard residents in Polling district 28F who didn’t identify themselves as living in Windhill and Bolton Woods. The council must have regard to the need to secure that community governance reflects the identities and interests of the community in that area and is effective and convenient.”

 

Action: City Solicitor

 

                                                            (Damian Fisher – 01274 437062)


22/07/2021 - STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS 2020/21 - AN UPDATE ref: 4324    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Governance and Audit Committee

Made at meeting: 22/07/2021 - Governance and Audit Committee

Decision published: 23/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved -

 

That the Committee:

 

(a)          Notes the report.

 

(b)          Notes the challenges in meeting statutory deadlines.

 

(c)          Notes the change to the Council’s accounting policy

           regarding the treatment of Accruals of Income and

           Expenditure. The policy will be amended to disclose a de-

           minimus level for accruals set at £1,000 for 2020/21, as

           values beneath this are not considered to be material to

           the Councils financial affairs.

 

 

                                                         (Chris Chapman – 01274 433656)

 

 


13/07/2021 - END FIRE AND REHIRE ref: 4318    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 13/07/2021 - Council

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 13/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved:

 

This council notes:

 

  • The increased use by employers in the UK of fire and rehire tactics, forcing their staff to accept worse terms/conditions, leaving many having to work longer hours and for lower pay.

 

  • That while the prime minister has called the practice “unacceptable” he has continually refused to take action to outlaw the practice, raising concerns that he will not intervene in this race to the bottom by some employers.

 

This council therefore believes actions are required to ensure local residents are protected against such unscrupulous employers and agrees to:

 

• Ask the Leader of the Council to write to the Prime Minister demanding he outlaw fire and rehire and act now to keep his promise to local residents to protect their employment terms and conditions.

 

ACTION: Leader of Council / Chief Executive


13/07/2021 - SUPPORT OUR LOCAL NHS HEROES ref: 4317    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 13/07/2021 - Council

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 13/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

Council notes that:

  • The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the tremendous work of council and NHS staff. They all deserve to be properly and fairly rewarded for their efforts.
  • Airedale NHS Foundation Trust created a wholly-owned subsidiary, AGH Solutions (AGHS), in 2018. Workers who were transferred over from the Trust into AGHS in 2018 remain on the NHS “Agenda For Change” (AFC) contract, while many new starters and indeed all staff (including those who were TUPED) that register on Bank (i.e. overtime shifts), are paid on the lower AGHS rates, despite doing the same job:

 

Example Pay Comparison (2020 - 2021)

AGHS Grade A Pay

NHS Band 2

Basic Pay: £9.00ph 

Basic Pay: £9.89ph

Saturday Pay: £9.00ph

Saturday Pay: £14.14ph

Sunday Pay: £9.00ph 

Sunday Pay: £18.29ph

 

  • The GMB trade union entered into a formal dispute over pay, terms and conditions with AGHS in November 2020, after members repeatedly voted to reject the pay proposals submitted by AGHS, all of which have been significantly less than the NHS pay rates. Members are demanding that AGHS align all staff with the NHS AFC contract.

 

Council believes that:

 

  • Equal work deserves equal pay.
  • No one working in the NHS should receive less than the minimum pay, terms and conditions set out in the NHS AFC contract.
  • The GMB demand for harmonisation is reasonable and fair.

Council resolves to:

 

  • Publicly support the workers in their campaign at Airedale Hospital to achieve harmonisation between AGHS and NHS AFC pay, terms and conditions.

  • Write to the board of directors of both AGHS and Airedale NHS Foundation Trust, informing them of our support for the staff in their campaign for equal pay and calling on them to agree to its reasonable and fair demands.
  • Urge everyone to get round the table to talk to resolve this inequality.
  • Refer the matter to Health & Social Care Overview & Scrutiny Committee.

 

ACTION:  Chief Executive (write to AGHS & Airedale NHS Foundation Trust) / City Solicitor (referral to Health & Social Care O&S Committee)

 

 

 


13/07/2021 - CLEAN AIR ZONE ref: 4306    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 13/07/2021 - Council

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 13/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

Council notes that:

·         The Government published its national Clean Air Strategy in 2019. This commits the UK to setting some air pollution goals more ambitious than the EU and reducing particulate matter emissions by 46% by 2030.

 

·         The piece of legislation entitled Environment Act 1995 (City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council) Air Quality Direction 2020 (publishing.service.gov.uk) legally directs Bradford Council to provide a charging Clean Air Zone to improve air quality.

 

·         We all want cleaner air across the district.

 

·         The Clean Air Zone Framework issued by the Department for Transport clearly states “Clean Air Zone proposals are not required to include a charging zone”, unless otherwise directed by Government, as Bradford has been. 

 

·         The Clean Air Zone Framework is voluntary code for those local authorities who are not operating under a Government directive.  Given our poor air quality and its impact on our children’s health, DEFRA has issued a Government directive compelling Bradford to introduce a charging Clean Air Zone.

 

·         Research has shown that air pollution can affect children before they’re even born. Currently more than one in five children in Bradford has a wheezing disorder.

 

·         The Government directive from the Minister states that having considered all the data of the district the following action now needs to be taken.  The following is the exact wording on the legal order:

            “Class C Charging Clean Air Zone

            To be implemented as soon as possible and at least in time to bring   forward compliance to 2022”

 

·         Government has directed that Bradford will have a Class C CAZ which means that residents’ privately owned vehicles will not be subject to any charge. 

 

·         Bradford has secured the biggest funding deal of any local authority in the country from Government and we are therefore providing the most generous support packages for businesses upgrading to cleaner, CAZ-compliant vehicles. The Government’s CAZ Framework is clear that daily charges should be set at a level to encourage vehicle owners to upgrade their vehicles to CAZ standard.

 

  • The Council has consulted widely with residents, businesses and other organisations on the CAZ through a variety of channels, including a series of in person events, online events, question and answer sessions, written submissions, a dedicated webpage and a wider publicity campaign.

 

  • During Covid working patterns have changed nationally with much more home working and this is a pattern that is likely to continue in the future, however in November 2020 Bradford traffic levels went back to 100% of what they were pre-COVID.

 

Council resolves:

·         To comply with the law as laid out in the legal order directed by Government which is entitled, “Environment Act 1995 (City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council) Air Quality Direction 2020 (publishing.service.gov.uk) signed by Environment Minister Rebecca Pow and continue to work with businesses who wish to upgrade their vehicles and take advantage of the incentives offered.

 

·         To publish the current air quality monitoring data and how it compares with the figures taken in 2018 and publish the target figures.

 

·         To continue to listen to the concerns of businesses, hauliers, taxi drivers and residents.

 

·         To continue to work with Leeds, Bath, Portsmouth, Nottingham, Sheffield, Southampton, Birmingham and others to learn lessons and seek, as well as provide, advice.

 

·         To back the Labour Group’s request of Government to permit Bradford to reduce the charge for non-compliant taxis to £7 instead of the planned £12.50 (the government’s own charge per vehicle is included in this).

 

·         To invite the author of the legal order, Environment Minister Rebecca Pow, to visit Bradford district once the restrictions ease so that she can talk to councillors of all parties about the directive for the Clean Air Zone.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place / Chief Executive (Invitation to the Environment Minister)


13/07/2021 - CREATING AN ACCESSIBLE FOOTPATH NETWORK ref: 4305    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 13/07/2021 - Council

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 13/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

·         This Council notes the huge benefit to the health of residents from being able to access open spaces and fresh air.

 

·         This Council notes the £250,000 investment in maintaining our open and green spaces through the pandemic in the last budget and the ongoing work improving the accessibility of such spaces across the district.

 

·         This Council believes the District should be a place where people can choose to walk and that walking should be easy, enjoyable and accessible to everyone.

 

·         This Council recommits to removing the barriers that currently prevent many people from enjoying the benefits of walking and to improving the accessibility of the footpath network for people with limited mobility and for wheelchair users.

 

The Council instructs the Strategic Director of Place to:

 

·         Work towards ensuring that footpaths, access land and managed green spaces in its ownership are as accessible as possible, and report progress annually to the Local Access Forum and Regeneration & Environment Scrutiny Committee.

 

·         Ensure that the work done to improve accessibility is done appropriately to the environment, avoiding excessive “urbanisation” of the countryside.

 

·         Via the Local Access Forum, work with other organisations such as the Disabled Ramblers Association and the Ramblers Association to support their work in support of the British Standard 5709:2006 on Gaps, Gates and Stiles which requires the least restrictive option for all potential users, including people with disabilities or limited mobility, where a path crosses a boundary and specifies high-quality standards where barriers are justified.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place


13/07/2021 - CREATING AN ACCESSIBLE FOOTPATH NETWORK ref: 4304    For Determination

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 13/07/2021 - Council

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 13/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

Council notes:

 

·         The recent pandemic and the effects it has had on the lives, health and wellbeing of the citizens of the Bradford district and looks forward to the strongest possible recovery.

 

·         Council repeats its thanks for the work of all its officers and staff, partner organisations and volunteers in dealing with the unprecedented situation.

 

·         Council believes that we should review the district’s response to the pandemic to learn what went well, and what less so, in order to be prepared for any similar threats in the future, and to identify residual problems and long term effects needing to be addressed as we move out of the current crisis.

 

·         Council instructs the Health and Wellbeing Board to commission such a review, focusing on areas where the council and partners had some freedom to make choices, but including the results of external factors such as legislation.

 

·         We will then send the findings from our district to the national inquiry into the country’s Covid response as and when the Government starts the exercise.

 

ACTION: Director of Public Health / Chief Executive / City Solicitor (Referral to Health & Wellbeing Board)

 

 


13/07/2021 - PETITIONS (Standing Order 11) ref: 4299    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 13/07/2021 - Council

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 13/07/2021

Decision:

Former Keighley College land keep as green space     Keighley Central

 

Resolved -

 

That the petition be referred to the Executive.

 

ACTION:       City Solicitor / Strategic Director Corporate Resources


13/07/2021 - FUNDING FOR A REGENERATION OPPORTUNITY, SQUIRE LANE AND THE 2025 CITY OF CULTURE BID ref: 4303    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 13/07/2021 - Council

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 13/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

That recommendation B, C and D as set out in Not for Publication Document “E” be approved.

 

ACTION: Director of Finance

                                                            (Chris Chapman – 01274 433656)

 

 

 

 

 

 


13/07/2021 - NOTICES OF MOTION (Standing Order 17) ref: 4302    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 13/07/2021 - Council

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 13/07/2021

Decision:

 Resolved –

 

Council notes:

·         Culture provides a significant social and economic contribution to the life of our district. From grassroots arts groups through to multibillion pound industries, arts and culture is a vital part of our daily lives and our economy.

 

·         Culture supports livelihoods. The arts and culture industry has grown £390 million in one year to contribute £10.8 billion per year to the national economy, £2.8 billion a year to the Treasury through taxation and generating a further £23 billion and 363,700 jobs a year.

 

·         Culture funding delivers a substantial return on investment – our investment in Culture since 2019 when we committed to bidding has levered in £5,131,928 into the Bradford district and if the bid is successful it is expected to provide a 25 to 1 return based on previous winners.

 

·         Winning the UK City of Culture bid is projected to: bring 1.1m additional visitors to the district in 2025; including the programme, capital investment and tourism the economic impact in the 2025 year alone will be up to £250m; and deliver an increase of 3,000 jobs in the cultural and creative industries by 2030.

 

·         The City of Culture designation has become a hugely significant prize for cities and is recognised for the transformational impact of the year but also the legacy. The position and profile is felt not just nationally but internationally.

 

·         Culture builds communities. It is a vital part of our daily lives, it celebrates what makes us human, supports a shared experience and enhances our connection with others.

 

·         Culture and art is a means of personal transformation – it raises aspirations, teaches us new skills, empathy and understanding and, for young people in particular, it deepens their education and broadens their horizons.

 

·         As the UK’s sixth largest city and one of the youngest cities in Europe with around a quarter of our population aged under 16, Bradford is perfectly placed to be a ground breaking City of Culture creating high-calibre new opportunities for the next generation.

 

·         From homegrown arts organisations to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Saltaire, to landmark theatres and internationally acclaimed events, we have a thriving arts scene. But our district has huge untapped potential with masses of talent that needs the investment to match, so to achieve City of Culture accreditation will be a game changer with a lasting legacy for the district.

 

·         Our celebrated cultural assets across the district are loved by residents and visitors alike.  From the Bronte Parsonage in Haworth to the Alhambra Theatre in the city centre, from Kings Hall in Ilkley to Cliffe Castle in Keighley and all points in between.  We want to show them off to the world.

 

This Council:

·         Wholeheartedly supports the district’s 2025 UK City of Culture bid and its ambitious programme to deliver a positive lasting legacy for people and businesses.

 

·         Thanks the arts and culture organisations of all sizes across the district who are making a difference in our communities and are at the heart of the exciting UK City of Culture bid.

 

·         Confirms our commitment to put culture at the heart of our district’s regeneration and to support inclusive economic growth so that as many people as possible can contribute and share in the benefits.

 

·         To go all out to attract volunteers from all communities across the district to contribute, and exchange and share new experiences, to foster increased community pride and cohesion, whilst benefiting every corner of the district.

 

·         To motivate and assist the youthful population of the district and fully integrate / overlap the development of young people using the district’s expertise at delivering innovations in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics, through partnerships involving the Council, educational establishments, local communities and anyone else who wishes to make a positive contribution, to deliver added value for their lives ahead, during and long beyond the district’s involvement in the City of Culture, also providing an economic legacy until well into the future.

 

·         To identify untapped potential and open up the district’s hidden gems to the world.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place

 

 


13/07/2021 - RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE EXECUTIVE AND COMMITTEES (Standing Order 15) ref: 4301    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 13/07/2021 - Council

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 13/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

That the Annual Treasury Management Report 2020/2021 (Governance and Audit Committee Document “A”) be adopted.

 

ACTION: Director of Finance

                                                                           (David Willis – 01274 432361)

                                                            (Lynsey Simenton – 07582 102779)

 

 


13/07/2021 - MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEES AND JOINT COMMITTEES (Standing Order 4) ref: 4300    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 13/07/2021 - Council

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 13/07/2021

Decision:

Standards Committee

Resolved –


That Councillor Lal replaces Councillor Dodds as Chair of the
Standards Committee and that Councillor Ibrar Hussain be added as
a Member.

 

ACTION: City Solicitor


15/07/2021 - 2020/21 BRADFORD SOUTH CONNECTING PEOPLE GRANTS ref: 4315    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Bradford South Area Committee

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

(1)       That the wide range of applications from groups, organisations            and individuals across Bradford South be noted and welcomed.

 

(2)       That the Bradford South Area Co-ordinator’s Office continues to ensure the effective allocation of the Youth and Community Chest budget and other funding by providing appropriate advice and support to applicants.

 

(3)       That the Committee approves that the membership of the Bradford South Grants Advisory Group (GAG), be the Chair, Deputy Chair and Opposition Spokesperson of the Bradford South Area Committee, for the municipal year 2021-22.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place

 

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Corporate

(Mick Charlton - 01274 431155)

 


15/07/2021 - CLEANER STREETS, PARKS AND OPEN SPACES GRANTS 1 APRIL 2020 TO 31 MARCH 2021 ref: 4314    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Bradford South Area Committee

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved–

 

(1)       That the wide range of applications from groups, organisations            and individuals across Bradford South be noted and welcomed.

 

(2)       That the Bradford South Area Co-ordinator’s Office           continues to ensure the effective allocation of such grants       and other funding by providing appropriate advice and support to    applicants.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place

 

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Corporate

 

(Mick Charlton - 01274 431155)

 


15/07/2021 - UPDATE ON THE STEERSIDE PARTNERSHIP AND RESPONSE TO NUISANCE USE OF QUAD BIKES AND MOTORCYCLES IN BRADFORD SOUTH ref: 4313    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Bradford South Area Committee

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

That the work of the Steerside Partnership to tackle vehicle nuisance in Bradford South be welcomed and supported.

 

ACTION: No Action

 

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Corporate

 

(Michael Churley - 01274 432816)

 

 


15/07/2021 - ANNUAL UPDATE ON ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION, TRAINING AND PUBLICITY IN THE BRADFORD DISTRICT ref: 4312    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Bradford South Area Committee

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved–

 

(1)       That the comprehensive update be welcomed and that the         excellent work done by the Road Safety Team be commended.

           

(2)       That this Area Committees continues to support an evidence    based approach to determining Road Safety priorities.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place

 

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration & Environment

 

(Becky James - 01274 437409/ 07929 747447)

 

 


15/07/2021 - BRADFORD SOUTH VARIOUS SITES TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER 2021-22 ref: 4311    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Bradford South Area Committee

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

(1)       That the list of sites recommended for inclusion in the 2021/22 Bradford South Various Sites Traffic Regulation Order attached as            Appendix 1 to Document “B” be approved, subject to the addition         of waiting restrictions at the rear of 463 Great Horton Road.

 

(2)       That approval be given to prepare and advertise the Traffic        Regulation Order.

 

(3)       That any valid objections to the advertised Traffic Regulation   Order be submitted to this Area Committee for consideration or in the event of there being no valid objections the Traffic Regulation Order be sealed and implemented as advertised.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place

 

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration & Environment

 

(Andrew Smith – 01274 434674)

 


15/07/2021 - OBJECTIONS RECEIVED TO THE TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER FOR WAITING RESTRICTIONS ON VARIOUS ROADS IN THE BRADFORD SOUTH CONSTITUENCY ref: 4310    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Bradford South Area Committee

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

(1)          That the objections be overruled and the Order be sealed           and implemented as advertised.

 

(2)          That approval be given to incorporate a further length of             waiting restriction at the rear of Great Horton Road as part of the 2021/22 Bradford South Various Traffic Regulation Order.

 

(3)          That the objectors be informed accordingly.

 

ACTION: Strategic Director Place

 

Overview & Scrutiny Committee: Regeneration & Environment

 

(Andrew Smith 01274 434674)

 

 


15/07/2021 - VERBAL UPDATE ON COVID AND THE COUNCIL'S RESPONSE ref: 4309    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Bradford South Area Committee

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

That the verbal update from the Director of Public Health be noted.

 

ACTION: No Action


15/07/2021 - FUTURE MEETING DATES OF THE AREA COMMITTEE 2021/2022 ref: 4316    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Bradford South Area Committee

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

 

Resolved –

 

That it be noted that the remaining meetings of the Bradford South Area Committee will be held on the following dates:

 

Thursday 30 September 2021 @ 1700 City Hall Bradford

Thursday 28 October 2021 @ 1700 City Hall Bradford

Thursday 2 December 2021 @ 1700 City Hall Bradford

Thursday 27 January 2022 @ 1700 City Hall Bradford

Thursday 17 March 2022 @ 1700 City Hall Bradford

 

ACTION: City Solicitor

 

(Yusuf Patel – 07970 411923)

 

 

 


15/07/2021 - APPOINTMENT OF DEPUTY CHAIR (Standing Order 35) ref: 4308    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Bradford South Area Committee

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

That Councillor S Khan be appointed Deputy Chair of the Bradford South Area Committee for the Municipal Year 2021/2022.

 

ACTION: City Solicitor

(Yusuf Patel – 07970 411923)

 


15/07/2021 - APPOINTMENT OF CHAIR (Standing Order 35) ref: 4307    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford South Area Committee

Made at meeting: 15/07/2021 - Bradford South Area Committee

Decision published: 16/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

That Councillor Dodds be appointed Chair of the Bradford South Area Committee for the Municipal Year 2021/2022.

 

ACTION: City Solicitor

(Yusuf Patel – 07970 411923)


14/07/2021 - GRANTS ALLOCATIONS 2019/21 ref: 4296    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford East Area Committee

Made at meeting: 14/07/2021 - Bradford East Area Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved-

 

(1)      That, in view of the passage of time from its original decision, the Bradford East Area Committee confirmsthat the Bradford East Area Co-ordinator, has under delegated powers, responsibility for making decisions on all grant applications administered by the Bradford East Area Co-ordinator’s Office, after seeking guidance from the Grants Advisory Group.

 

(2)      That the Committee approves thatthe membership of the Bradford East Grants Advisory Group (GAG) which includes the Chair, Deputy Chair and the Opposition Spokesperson (Councillor Stubbs) of the Bradford East Area Committee, for the municipal year 2021-22.

 

(3)       That the Bradford East Area Committee requests that the Bradford East Area Co-ordinator’s Office continues to ensure the effective allocation of all grant funding by providing appropriate support and advice to applicants.

 

Action:  Strategic Director, Place

 

                                                          (Louise Williams – 01274 431066)

 

(Corporate Overview and Scrutiny Committee)

 


14/07/2021 - ANNUL UPDATE ON ROAD SAFETY EDUCATION, TRAINING AND PUBLICITY IN THE BRADFORD DISTRICT ref: 4295    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford East Area Committee

Made at meeting: 14/07/2021 - Bradford East Area Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved -

 

(1)       That an evidence based approach to determining Road Safety

           priorities continue to be supported.

 

(2)        That a Police representative attend a future meeting of the Committee to explain the work being undertaken to tackle anti-social driving.

 

Action:  Strategic Director, Place

 

                                                (Becky James – 01274 437409)

 

(Regeneration and Environment Overview and Scrutiny)

 


14/07/2021 - BRADFORD EAST VARIOUS SITES TRAFFIC REGULATION ORDER 2021-22 ref: 4294    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford East Area Committee

Made at meeting: 14/07/2021 - Bradford East Area Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved -

 

(1)That the Bradford East Area Committee approves the list of

     Sites recommended for inclusion in the 2021/22 Bradford East

     Various Sites Traffic Regulation Order attached as Appendix 1

     subject to the addition of Poplars Park Road.

 

(2)That approval be given to prepare and advertise the Traffic

     Regulation Order.

 

(3)That any valid objections to the advertised Traffic Regulation

     Order be submitted to this Area Committee for consideration

     or in the event of there being no valid objections the Traffic

     Regulation Order be sealed and implemented as advertised.

 

Action:  Strategic Director, Place

 

 

                                                                        (Andrew Smith – 434674)

 

(Regeneration and Environment Overview and Scrutiny)

 


14/07/2021 - STREET DEDICATION - NAME A NEW STREET OFF FAGLEY ROAD - JINNAH MEWS ref: 4293    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford East Area Committee

Made at meeting: 14/07/2021 - Bradford East Area Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved -

 

That the street name ‘Jinnah Mews’  at the site of former 132 Fagley Road, Bradford be approved.

 

Action:  Strategic Director, Place

 

(Regeneration and Environment Overview and Scrutiny Committee)

 

                                                            (Adrian Walker – 01274 431237


14/07/2021 - APPOINTMENT OF DEPUTY CHAIR (Standing Order 35) ref: 4298    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford East Area Committee

Made at meeting: 14/07/2021 - Bradford East Area Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

That Councillor Zafar Iqbal be appointed Deputy Chair of the Bradford East Area Committee for the Municipal Year 2021/2022.

 

Action:  City Solicitor


14/07/2021 - APPOINTMENT OF CHAIR (Standing Order 35) ref: 4297    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Bradford East Area Committee

Made at meeting: 14/07/2021 - Bradford East Area Committee

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

Resolved –

 

That Councillor Hassan Khan be appointed Chair of the Bradford East Area Committee for the Municipal Year 2021/2022.

 

Action:  City Solicitor