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Rabbi Hughes said prayers.

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550.

Communications and Apologies for Absence

(a)      Communications by the Mayor (if any) relating to business on the agenda.

(b)      Apologies for absence.

(c)      Any motions by Members relating to the order of business on the agenda.

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Minutes:

Apologies for absence had been received from Councillors Lambert, A Sachdev and Spencer and apologies for lateness from Councillor Vince.

 

The Mayor noted that a number of items of business had been deferred to this meeting, as a result of the previous meetings not completing its business, and whilst it was important that all the items on the agenda were dealt with, some items had a direct impact on the efficient and effective operation of the Council. To avoid the Council being disadvantaged by not dealing with these matters tonight, it was the Mayor’s suggestion to vary the order of business by bringing forward items requiring decision and taking similar items together.

 

It was moved by Councillor Bright and seconded by Councillor Graham

that items 19, 20, 21 and 22 be taken immediately after item 5, followed by items 6, 11, 18, 17, 7, 8, 12, 23, 9, 13, 24, 10, 14, 25, 15, 16, 26 and 27.

 

The motion was put to the vote and AGREED.

Councillors Merchant and Vince arrived during the above item.

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551.

Declarations of Interest (if any)

Members are required to declare any Disclosable Pecuniary Interests they or their spouse/partner have in any matter which is to be considered at this meeting. Members must also declare any other pecuniary or non-pecuniary interests they have in any matter to be considered at this meeting. The responsibility for declaring an interest rests solely with the member concerned. 

 

Members must clearly state to the meeting the existence and nature of any Disclosable Pecuniary Interest, other pecuniary interest or non-pecuniary interest and the agenda item(s) to which it/they apply.

 

Disclosable Pecuniary Interests are prescribed by the Relevant Authorities (Disclosable Pecuniary Interests) Regulations 2012 as follows:

 

a. Employment, office, trade, profession or vocation

Any employment, office, trade, profession or vocation carried on for profit or gain.

 

b. Sponsorship

Any payment or provision of any other financial benefit (other than from the relevant authority) made or provided within the relevant period in respect of any expenses incurred by a member in carrying out duties as a member, or towards your election expenses. This includes any payment or financial benefit from a trade union within the meaning of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992.

 

c. Contracts

Any contract which is made between the relevant person (or a body in which the relevant person has a beneficial interest) and the relevant authority— (a) under which goods or services are to be provided or works are to be executed; and (b) which has not been fully discharged.

 

d. Land

Any beneficial interest in land which is within the area of the relevant authority.

 

e. Licences

Any beneficial interest in land which is within the area of the relevant authority.

 

f. Corporate tenancies

Any tenancy where (to the member’s knowledge) - (a) the landlord is the relevant authority; and (b) the tenant is a body in which the relevant person has a beneficial interest.

 

g. Securities

Any beneficial interest in securities of a body where – (a) that body (to the member’s knowledge) has a place of business or land in the area of the relevant authority; and (b) either (i) the total nominal value of the securities exceeds £25,000 or one hundredth of the total issued share capital of that body; or (ii) if the share capital of that body is of more than one class, the total nominal value of the shares of any one class in which the relevant person has a beneficial interest exceeds one hundredth of the total issued share capital of that class.

 

In cases of Disclosable Pecuniary Interest, Members must withdraw from the meeting room while the matter is being considered.

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Minutes:

During the Leader’s Report item, Councillor Bright declared an interest as a Council-appointed director of Elstree Film Studios Board.

552.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 179 KB

To confirm and sign the minutes of the Council meeting on 28 February 2018.

 

In accordance with the Constitution no discussion shall take place upon the minutes, except upon their accuracy.

 

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RESOLVED that the minutes of the meeting held on 28 February 2018 be approved and signed as a correct record.

 

553.

Announcements by the Mayor

To receive such announcements as the Mayor may decide to make to the Council.

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The Mayor announced that the Commonwealth Day competition had been won by a pupil from Purcell School and that the Charity Football tournament had raised over £800. The Civic Dinner and Awards evening had been successful and he was delighted to have presented awards to seven worthy recipients.

554.

Questions from Members of the Public pdf icon PDF 54 KB

11 questions have been received from members of the public in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 10.

 

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Minutes:

Eleven questions were received from members of the public and responded to as follows:

 

PQ12 from Ms Crossan – “Regards outline planning application 17/2493/OUT - St Albans Council has been transparent about the number of brown field sites available for development, I would like to know how many available sites are there in Borehamwood?”

 

The Planning and Localism Portfolioholder responded that the Council’s brownfield land register, viewable online, contained details of brownfield sites considered appropriate for residential development in accordance with the criteria set out in the Brownfield Land Regulations 2017.  This included 18 sites on the register in Borehamwood out of a total of 38 within Hertsmere.

 

A supplementary question was asked regarding the Local Plan’s aim to maintain adequate supply of housing land via brownfield sites in principal towns, but why then was a school being proposed for Green Belt rather than brownfield. The Mayor ruled that this was a County matter and not related to the original question.

 

PQ13 from Ms Crossan – “Regards outline planning application 17/2493/OUT - What is the importance of the AAP?”

 

The Planning & Localism Portfolioholder responded that Paragraphs 4.11 and 4.12 of the Plan identified the need for a new primary school in Borehamwood and the parameters for delivering a school within the Elstree Way Corridor, were an alternative site not to be found. Planning application 17/2493/OUT reflected this.  

 

A supplementary question was asked regarding health and education facilities along Elstree Way Corridor and how would the proposed school be suitable given its distant location. The Portfolioholder responded that County, as the responsible authority, had posited the need and evidence.

 

PQ14 from Mr North – “Ref: Planning Application 17/2493/OUT. The AAP was modified to reduce the levels of car parking that will be allowed for residential development in the Elstree Way Corridor to discourage car ownership. A two form entry school is for attendance by children too young to make their own way to school. As the school is specifically for residents of the Elstree Way Corridoor and is intended to be sited outside that Corridor, what transportation provision will be made for those families without cars?”

 

The Planning & Localism Portfolioholder responded that transportation options would be addressed through a School Travel Plan, as a legal requirement of any planning permission. This would be drawn up in consultation with Hertfordshire County Council’s Safe and Sustainable Journeys Team.

 

A supplementary question was asked regarding Maxwell Park Community Centre and Hertsmere Council’s guarantee that it would not be developed for residential use. The Portfolioholder responded that when in the past it was mooted that the Centre could be closed, the Portfolioholder and Leader of the Council had campaigned against it alongside residents. The County owned the site so the Portfolioholder would continue to campaign to keep the much-valued Centre open.

 

PQ15  from Ms Smith – “re planning application 17/2493/OUT - Please can you supply the facts and figures to support the need for a new primary school in North Borehamwood i.e. how many people  ...  view the full minutes text for item 554.

555.

DECISION REPORT: Funding Approval for Bushey Country Club and Community Centre Operational Expenses 2018/19 pdf icon PDF 109 KB

The ATTACHED report sets out operational expenditure for approval.

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The meeting considered report C/18/13 on operational expenditure.

 

It was moved by Councillor Graham and seconded by Councillor Morris that the recommendations set out in the report be agreed.

 

The motion was put to the vote and it was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that the budgetary provision of up to £194K for ongoing expenditure for Bushey Country Club and Community Centre (BCC&CC) for the financial year 2018/19 to be funded as set out in paragraph 7 of the report be approved.

556.

DECISION REPORT: Housing Enforcement Policy pdf icon PDF 66 KB

The ATTACHED report sets out the Housing Enforcement Policy for approval and inclusion in the Policy Framework.

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The meeting considered report C/18/16 setting out the Housing Enforcement Policy.

 

It was moved by Councillor Heywood and seconded by Councillor Quilty that the recommendations set out in the report be agreed.

 

The motion was put to the vote and it was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that the Housing Enforcement Policy, as set out in Appendix A of the report be approved and adopted as part of the Council’s Policy Framework.

557.

DECISION REPORT: The Public Health Act 1925 pdf icon PDF 63 KB

The ATTACHED report recommends the adoption of Section 76 of the Public Health Act 1925 which would allow the normal controls over licensed hackney carriages and private hire vehicles to be extended to railway stations in the borough of Hertsmere.

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The meeting considered report C/18/14.

 

It was moved by Councillor Donne and seconded by Councillor Davis that the recommendations set out in the report be agreed.

 

The motion was put to the vote and it was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that Section 76 of the Public Health Act 1925 b adopted, which would allow the normal controls over licensed hackney carriages and private hire vehicles to be extended to railway stations in the borough of Hertsmere.

558.

DECISION REPORT: Housing benefit (subsidy) assurance process from 2018/19 onwards pdf icon PDF 107 KB

The ATTACHED report seeks approval for appointing an independent accountant for the Housing Benefit (Subsidy) assurance process.

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The meeting considered report C/18/15 regarding the appointment of an independent accountant for the Housing Benefit (Subsidy) assurance process.

 

It was moved by Councillor Graham and seconded by Councillor Heywood that the recommendations set out in the report be agreed.

 

The motion was put to the vote and it was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that in accordance with section 10.1.9 of the Contract Procedures, for the reasons contained within the report, to an exception to these rules to allow a contract to be awarded to Ernst and Young LLP for the Housing Benefit Subsidy Assurance Process (HBAP) for five years from 2018/2019 and in accordance with the processes set out in Appendix 1 of the report and any other relevant guidance issued by the Department for Work and Pensions, be approved.

559.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 28 February 2018 Full Council: Report of the Chairman of the Operation Review Committee (to 24 January 2018 Full Council) pdf icon PDF 44 KB

The Chairman of the Operation Review Committee will make an oral report on the list of items ENCLOSED. The Constitution provides for a maximum of 30 minutes debate after he has completed his report.

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Minutes:

The Chair of Operations Review gave a verbal oral report on the work of the Review Committees. Operations Review met on 29 November and noted the quarterly Financial Monitoring report.  Officers reported that the Council was a high performer for debt management. The Committee noted that whilst benefit overpayments could be deducted at source this was not possible for those who move out of the area, so some debts on the system were due to debtors having moved out of the borough. The year-end Revenue forecast continued to be favourable.

 

It also received the annual presentation from the Housing Portfolio holder. It heard that no one was listed under “Category A” urgent housing needs as of October 2017, and that overall 61% of the homeless cases were in Borehamwood, partly due to claimants being priced out by those from London.  The Portfolioholder agreed to help the Committee obtain a single contact point for local housing associations to help Members liaise on casework.  She also helpfully suggested that colleagues contact her direct if they had concerns with the standards of Housing Associations services.

 

The meeting had requested a briefing on Section 106 and Community Infrastructure Levy income. The Committee commented that £5m Levy income was unspent and suggested advertising the funds to the public, for example via social media or a consultancy. The Committee was advised that Officers would be promoting the funds and were considering writing to all the Borough schools to invite bids. The Committee remarked that most infrastructure projects tended to be costly and that the current Levy funds were very small for such projects. So it could be argued that the funds should be built up until sufficient to fund an infrastructure project. On the other hand the Committee was mindful that there should also be a balance between growing the funds and spending it, given there was no refund mechanism for developers on unspent Levy monies.

 

The Committee continued to monitor procurement and has requested brief descriptions of contracts in future reports.

 

Operations Review met again on the 17 January.  It received the annual PCSO service update. The service’s biggest workload is around anti-social behaviour and providing reassurance to the community. The service focuses on community engagement and uses various methods according to efficacy eg Facebook, Owl alerts, Hertsmere Together events, coffee mornings. The Committee asked if resourcing levels were sufficient and were told the service could deal with the workload. It also asked if turning-off streetlights at night increased crime levels and was advised that it did not - in fact in some areas it had reduced burglary levels. The Committee commented that the PCSO service was helpful and supportive, for example in Bushey and Potters Bar and was pleased to see the service continued to go from strength to strength.

 

The Planning and Localism Portfolio Holder gave his annual update. This included the Local Plan review, the consultation for which was well underway. Consultation responses had shown an understanding for the need for growth  ...  view the full minutes text for item 559.

560.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 28 February 2018 Full Council: Report of the Chairman of the Operations Review Committee (to 28 February 2018 Full Council) pdf icon PDF 44 KB

The Chair of the Operations Review Committee will make an oral report on the list of items ENCLOSED. The Constitution provides for a maximum of 30 minutes debate after he has completed his report.

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The Chair of Operations Review gave a verbal report on the work of the Review Committees. Policy Review Committee met on 29 January 2018 to consider the Revenue and Capital Budget proposals. All Councillors were invited to the meeting so that they could also participate in the consultation.

 

Attendees received a detailed presentation on the budgets and were updated on the changes introduced by the Government such as the move from Business Rates being uprated by the lower CPI rather than RPI inflation rate and the removal of the Revenue Support Grant in 2019/20.

 

The Policy Review Committee also met on the 26 February 2018 to consider the proposed ICT Strategy which represents a potential step change towards Cloud-Computing. The Committee also noted that the Financial Strategy was being positively incorporated in the Capital and Revenue programmes.  The meeting also agreed to undertake a brief review of the Housing Allocations Policy, the Empty Homes Strategy and the Homelessness Strategy to ensure their integration. The Portfolioholder’s progress update on Streetmarkets was deferred to May 2018.

 

Operations Review Committee met on the 21 February 2018 to receive the Quarterly Financial Monitoring update which reassured the Committee that overall the Council’s finances were in good health with favourable year-end projected. A presentation was given on the proposals for substantial investment in Hertsmere Leisure venues to refresh the existing facilities and thereby help build on attendance rates.  The Committee commented on the need to ensure value for money was achieved by such investment.

 

The Environment and Transport Portfolioholder gave his annual update on his area of responsibility, including well-received information on regenerating parks across Hertsmere, plans for ‘waste from energy’ in the county and Hertsmere’s contract to manage Three Rivers parking service. Lastly, the Committee considered its findings on the physical security access review and revisited the Infrastructure Scrutiny project with the aim of helping to inform the Local Plan.

561.

Report of the Chairman of the Operation Review Committee

To note there have been no Review Committee meetings since 28 February 2018 Full Council.

 

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The Operations Review Chair reported that there had been no Review Committee meetings since 28 February 2018 Full Council.

562.

Report of the Leader of the Council and other Committee Chairman pdf icon PDF 51 KB

The Leader and other Committee Chairmen will make an oral report on the list of items enclosed.  The Constitution provides for a maximum of 45 minutes debate after the Leader has completed his report.

 

Members are requested to bring their copies of the minutes of the Executive meetings on which the Leader will report – 21 March  2018 and 18 April 2018.

 

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Minutes:

The Leader spoke on the following list of topics, which had been circulated to Members prior to the meeting. The Housing Enforcement and Bushey items were considered earlier in the meeting and not discussed under this item. Discussion ensued and the Leader and Executive Members responded to Members’ questions.

 

Executive meetings

 

There had been two Executive meetings since the last report, held on Wednesday 21st March and Wednesday 18th April.

 

21st March 2018

1.       ICT Strategy 2018 to 2023

 

The Executive was pleased to approve the updated ICT Strategy for the period 2018 to 2023. Exploiting opportunities from evolving technologies and gaining maximum efficiencies through investment in IT infrastructure, as outlined in the new Strategy, placed the Council in a strong position and will provide a firm foundation for future change.

 

2.       Housing Enforcement Policy

 

This item was already considered earlier in the meeting.

 

3.       Bushey Country Club and Community Centre

 

This item was already considered earlier in the meeting.

 

4.       Executive Quarterly Review of Elstree Studios – Quarter 3 of 2017/18

 

The Leader declared an interest in Elstree Film Studios as a Council-appointed Director of the Board and stated this review was part of the governance agreement between the Council and Elstree Studios.  The report presented the Executive with the position for Quarter 3 (October to December 2017) which included the management accounts for this period and updates on the Studios ‘backlot’, the Andrew Mitchell building roof replacement and health and safety.

 

18th April 2018

1.       Housing Allocation Policy Review

 

The Executive approved the revised Housing Allocation Policy for recommendation to full Council for adoption.  This item would come to the Council in July.

 

2.       Footpath Network at Meadow Park – Contract Award

 

A scheme to develop Meadow Park, Borehamwood was approved by the Executive in November 2017, the biggest such spend in a generation.  The scheme involved a full programme of improvement works and, as part of the agreed phased delivery approach, the Executive agreed to award a contract to KB Industries UK for footpath surfacing at the Park.  It was anticipated that the works would be completed by the end of July this year.

 

3.       Vehicle Maintenance Contract

 

The Executive approved a contract for maintenance of the Council’s fleet of refuse vehicles at the waste depot in Potters Bar.  The contract was awarded to Go Plant Limited who provided the best overall bid against the published evaluation criteria.  The five-year contract commences on 1st August 2018 and contained an option for a two-year extension.

 

4.       Building Control – Delegation of Non-Delegable Functions to LA1

 

In accordance with the business case for the building control collaborative venture (approved by the Executive in March 2016), the Executive agreed that Three Rivers District Council should be given delegated power to undertake those limited number of building control functions that could not lawfully be delegated to HBCL (Hertfordshire Building Control Limited). This enabled Three Rivers District Council to undertake these ‘non-delegable’ functions on behalf of all the other partner authorities, including  ...  view the full minutes text for item 562.

RESOLVED that the meeting continue to 10.30pm.

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563.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 28 February 2018 Full Council: Hertsmere Electoral Review (to 24 January 2018 Full Council) pdf icon PDF 95 KB

To note the ATTACHED report on the conclusion of the review of Hertsmere Borough Council’s electoral arrangements.

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The meeting considered report C/18/04 on the review of Hertsmere Borough Council’s electoral arrangements by the Local Government Boundary Committee for England and the forthcoming review of Polling Districts and Polling Places.

 

It was moved by Councillor Bright and seconded by Councillor Cohen that the recommendations set out in the report be agreed.

 

The motion was put to the vote and it was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that

i)        the final recommendations of the Local Government Boundary Commission for England in relation to the review of the Council’s electoral arrangements together with the consequential recommendations in relation to the electoral arrangements of Elstree and Borehamwood Town Council, be noted.

ii)        the forthcoming review of Polling Districts and Polling Places in time for the Borough, Town and Parish Council elections in May 2019, be noted.

564.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 28 February 2018 Full Council: Updates from Outside Bodies (to 24 January 2018 Full Council)

VERBAL updates are to be provided by Members serving as representatives on the following outside bodies:

·       Home-start Watford & Three Rivers and Home-start Herts (Councillor West)

·       St Albans and Hertsmere Women’s Refuge (Councillor M Sachdev)

·       Ashfield School Foundation (Councillor L Silver).

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The following Members, appointed as representatives of the Council on outside bodies, made a report on the activities of their respective organisations:

 

·       Home-start Watford & Three Rivers and Home-start Herts – Councillor West.

·       St Albans and Hertsmere Women’s Refuge - Councillor M Sachdev.

·       Ashfield School Foundation - Councillor L Silver.

565.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 28 February 2018 Full Council: Updates from Outside Bodies (to 28 February 2018 Full Council)

VERBAL updates are to be provided by Members serving as representatives on the following outside bodies:

·       Affinity Sutton Residents Area Panel - Councillor Heywood

·       Hertfordshire Community Covenant Board - Councillor S Hodgson-Jones

·       Hertsmere Community Transport - Councillor Clapper

·       Potters Bar Town Twinning - Councillor Knell.

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The following Members, appointed as representatives of the Council on outside bodies, made a report on the activities of their respective organisations:

 

·       Affinity Sutton Residents Area Panel - Councillor Heywood

·       Hertfordshire Community Covenant Board - Councillor S Hodgson-Jones

·       Hertsmere Community Transport - Councillor Clapper

·       Potters Bar Town Twinning - Councillor Knell.

 

566.

Updates from Outside Bodies

VERBAL updates are to be provided by Members serving as representatives on the following outside bodies:

 

CCTV Partnership - Councillors Choudhury.

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Minutes:

 

The following Members, appointed as representatives of the Council on outside bodies, made a report on the activities of their respective organisations:

 

·       CCTV Partnership - Councillor Choudhury.

567.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 28 February 2018 Full Council: Questions received from Members of the Council (to 24 January 2018 Full Council) pdf icon PDF 62 KB

20 questions were received from Members, as per the ATTACHED list, in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 11.

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As it was after 10.30pm when the meeting reached this item, consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Council.

 

RESOLVED that consideration of this item take place at the next ordinary meeting of Council.

568.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 28 February 2018 Full Council: Questions from Members of the Council (to 28 February 2018 Full Council) pdf icon PDF 49 KB

5 questions were received from Members in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 11.

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As it was after 10.30pm when the meeting reached this item, consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Council.

 

RESOLVED that consideration of this item take place at the next ordinary meeting of Council.

569.

Questions from Members of the Council pdf icon PDF 53 KB

7 questions ATTACHED have been received from Members in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 11.

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As it was after 10.30pm when the meeting reached this item, consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Council.

 

RESOLVED that consideration of this item take place at the next ordinary meeting of Council.

 

570.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 28 February 2018 Full Council: Notices of Motion (for 24 January 2018 Full Council)

To note that no Notices of Motions were received from Members for 24 January 2018 Full Council.

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As it was after 10.30pm when the meeting reached this item, consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Council.

 

RESOLVED that consideration of this item take place at the next ordinary meeting of Council.

 

571.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 28 February 2018 Full Council: Notice of Motions (to 28 February 2018 Full Council)

To note no Notices of Motion were received from Members for 28 February 2018 Full Council.

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As it was after 10.30pm when the meeting reached this item, consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Council.

 

RESOLVED that consideration of this item take place at the next ordinary meeting of Council.

 

572.

Notices of Motion pdf icon PDF 55 KB

2 Notices of Motion ATTACHED have been received from Members in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 12.

 

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As it was after 10.30pm when the meeting reached this item, consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Council.

 

RESOLVED that consideration of this item take place at the next ordinary meeting of Council.

573.

Urgent Decisions Exempt from Call-in

To note that, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution, an Urgent Decision Exempt from Call-in has been submitted to the 18 April 2018 Executive, regarding Isopad House equity share units. The matter was urgent as any delay would result in financial disadvantage to the Council.

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As it was after 10.30pm when the meeting reached this item, consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Council.

 

RESOLVED that consideration of this item take place at the next ordinary meeting of Council.

574.

Special Urgency Decisions Quarterly Report

The Leader reports that, in the last quarter, no key decisions have been taken in circumstances of Special Urgency, as set out in Rule 16 of the Constitution’s Access to Information rules.

 

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As it was after 10.30pm when the meeting reached this item, consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Council.

 

RESOLVED that consideration of this item take place at the next ordinary meeting of Council.

575.

Any Other Business

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It was moved by Councillor RZ Butler and seconded by Councillor R Butler that an Extraordinary meeting be held prior to Annual Council to deal with all unfinished agenda items.

 

The motion was put to the vote and LOST.

576.

Date of Next Meeting

The next scheduled meeting of the Council will take place on Wednesday 23 May 2018 at the Civic Offices, Elstree Way, Borehamwood.

 

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Minutes:

Noted that the next meeting was the Annual Council Meeting scheduled for 23 May 2018.