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213.

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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Apologies for absence had been received from Councillors Brown, Cohen, Heywood, Knell, Morris, Plancey, A Sachdev, M Sachdev, L Silver and Worster.

 

The Mayor noted that the volume of business on the agenda and in the interests of efficiency suggested that the most current or swiftly despatched items be moved up the agenda and similar items be grouped.  

It was moved by Councillor Bright and seconded by Councillor Graham that items 16, 23, 12, 17, 13, 18, 24, 19, 25, 20, 26, 8, 10, 14, 21, 27, 9, 11, 15, 22, 28, 29 and 30 be taken immediately after item 7 (Crown Road).

 

The motion was put to the vote and AGREED.

214.

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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Councillor Bright declared a pecuniary interest in the Leader’s Report item regarding Elstree Film Studios as a Council-appointed, remunerated  Director to the Studios Board.

215.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 277 KB

To confirm and sign the ATTACHED minutes of the Council meeting held on 18 July 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 Council meeting held on 18 July 2018 be approved and signed as a correct record.

 

216.

Announcements by the Mayor

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

 

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The Mayor reported that over £800 had been raised for her charities at a Curry Night on 17 September 2018 and that she had a fundraising Quiz Night planned for November.  The Mayor reminded Councillors that the Civic Service would be on 7 October 2018.

217.

Questions from Members of the Public pdf icon PDF 120 KB

To deal with the ATTACHED 5 questions received from members of the public in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 10.

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5 questions had been received from members of the public.

 

Mr Allen asked a question about community safety. The Leader responded that in the year to date all religiously motivated hate crimes totalled 90 incidents, which was 10% down from last year. Hertsmere Council would continue to promote religious tolerance and community cohesion, as per the Leader’s recent meeting with the Oliver Dowden MP. In a supplementary question, Mr Allen requested the Leader to write, on behalf of the Council and the electorate, to the National Labour Party Leader for assurance on the safety of the Jewish community. The Leader confirmed he would do so.

Councillor Newmark moved and Councillor RZ Butler seconded, under rule 10.7, that the matter of the question be referred to the Executive.

Following a vote, the motion was LOST.

 

Ms O’Brien had submitted a question regarding Elmfield Road. In Ms O’Brien’s absence, the Mayor asked that a written reply be sent.

 

Mr Glover asked a question regarding a Travelodge in Radlett. The Finance & Property Portfolioholder replied the current status was that no further action would be taken at this time to implement the scheme for the redevelopment of Newberries Car Park approved by Council on 10 January 2016. In the interim Council officers had maintained periodic contact with all interested parties. In a supplementary question, Mr Glover queried the press release by Travelodge regarding the site. The Portfolioholder confirmed the position remained as he had stated.

 

Ms Freedman asked a question about consultation on new housing developments. The Leader responded that the Council policy entitled Statement of Community Involvement set the way in which the Council engaged with all its stakeholders. For example, for the Local Plan consultation there was a multi-layered approach which included exhibitions, social media, press and direct mailing. In a supplementary question, Ms Freedman asked for support for Potters Bar Golf Course’s cultural, social and environmental significance. The Leader concurred on the value of the Course to local residents but outlined how the call for sites was a legal requirement of the Local Plan process.

 

Ms Reyes asked a question about Reviva’s recycling activity. The Leader responded that the relevant planning control for waste management was a County Council matter and as such Hertsmere Council had no powers to control any activities on the site, that being the case he would ask County Councillor Clapper to look into the matter. In a supplementary question, Ms Reyes asked for further clarification and about the movement of lorries on the site. The Leader clarified that it was a matter for County Council Officers to address.

Councillor Newmark moved and Councillor RZ Butler seconded, under rule 10.7, that the matter of the question be referred to the Planning Committee. Following a vote, the motion was LOST.

218.

DECISION REPORT: Public Health Act 1925 pdf icon PDF 83 KB

The ATTACHED report recommends the adoption of Section 76 of the Public Health Act 1925 with effect from 26 October 2018.

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The meeting considered report C/18/35 regarding adoption of Section 76 of the Public Health Act 1925.

 

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

 

Following a debate and votes, the report recommendations were AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that Section 76 of the Public Health Act 1925 be adopted with effect from 26 October 2018 to allow the normal controls over licensed hackney carriages and private hire vehicles to be extended to railway stations in the borough of Hertsmere.

The meeting was adjourned for 10 minutes during the course of the following item.

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219.

DECISION REPORT: Crown Road Additional Funding pdf icon PDF 251 KB

The ATTACHED report seeks approval for additional capital funding requirement resulting from the completed tender process.

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The meeting considered report C/18/34 regarding additional funding for Crown Road.

 

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

 

An amendment was moved by Councillor Newmark and seconded by Councillor R Butler, as follows:

“1.1  That the Council approves a limited additional capital funding tranche not to exceed £80,000 (the estimated cost of air handling and meeting planning conditions) for the Crown Road Development, to be funded from capital resources as set out in section 7 of the report. 

1.2  Any additional savings required as a consequence of the revised cost estimates will be achieved by scaling down the size of the project and utilising single storey units.”

Following a debate and votes, the amendment was LOST.

 

Following a debate and votes on the original motion, the report recommendations were AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that the additional capital funding requirement of £352,000 for the Crown Road Development as recommended by the Executive on 12th September 2018 (Agenda Item EX 18/66) be approved, to be funded from capital resources as set out in section 7 of the report.

220.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Residents Survey 2018 submitted to 18 July 2018 Full Council pdf icon PDF 444 KB

The ATTACHED report sets out the outcome of the Residents Survey 2018 for noting.

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The meeting considered report C/18/29 detailing the results of the 2018 Residents Survey.

 

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

 

Following a debate and votes, the report recommendations were AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that the report and results of the Survey be noted.

Councillor Keates left the meeting during the following item.

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221.

Report of the Leader of the Council pdf icon PDF 79 KB

The Leader will make an oral report on the ATTACHED list of items. 

 

The Constitution provides for a maximum of 45 minutes for questions and answers, once the Leader has made their report. Within those 45 minutes the Leader of the largest Opposition Group may speak immediately after the Leader, on matters related to the Leader’s report, for the same length of time as the Leader’s presentation or for 10 minutes, whichever is the greater.

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Leader’s Report

 

The Leader spoke and responded to Members’ questions on the following topics, as listed on the agenda.

 

There had been two Executive meetings since the last report:

 

Executive on 25 July 2018

 

1.     Recommendations from Scrutiny Committees

 

Operations Review Committee – Physical Access Security Review and Fly Tipping Review

 

The Executive received the recommendations arising from both of these reviews and expressed their appreciation to the Review Members and Officers involved for their hard work on these topics.

 

2.     Executive Quarterly Review of Elstree Studios for Quarter 1 of 2018/19

 

This regular review was part of the governance agreement between the Council and Elstree Studios and allowed the Executive to carry out its delegated authority on behalf of the Council. The report presented to the Executive showed that the Studios was in a healthy financial position.

 

3.     Revenue and Capital Outturn 2017/18

 

A progress report to review the Council’s financial position for 2017/18 as at the end of March 2018.

 

4.     Bushey Country Club – Meanwhile Use

 

The Executive agreed to grant a five-year lease to SMM (UK) starting on 1st November.  This enabled the Council to secure a ‘meanwhile use’ for local residents’ benefit and at the same time mitigate the ongoing revenue costs to the Council. 

 

Executive on 12 September 2018

 

1.     Business Rates Pooling and 75% Rates Retention Pilot for 2019/20

 

Executive agreed to submit applications to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government to form a business pool with other like‑minded Hertfordshire authorities to achieve optimum retention of business rates across the County for the benefit of taxpayers. 

 

2.     2020 Vision Performance Report for Quarter 1 of 2018/19

 

The Executive examined the Council’s performance statistics for the first Quarter of 2018/19, which showed just over 73% of the targets were classed as green (target achieved or exceeded).

 

3.     Customer Services Strategy 2018 to 2023

 

The Executive approved the revised draft Strategy for 2018-2023.  The development of the new Strategy formed an important part of the Council’s wider aspiration for digital transformation and, in this context, a report recommending an upgrade of the Customer Relationship Management system would be coming to the Executive in November.

 

4.     Building Cleaning Contract

 

The Executive awarded a contract to Cleantec Services that would enable the Council to maintain a consistent standard of cleaning of its buildings for up to six years.

 

5.     Crown Road Award of Contract

 

This item had been considered earlier on the agenda.

 

 

Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) on 18 September 2018

 

1.     HCC: Strategic Overview and Opportunities for Engagement

 

Hertfordshire County Council presented on the statutory and strategic services delivered across Hertfordshire. The county council faced their own challenges with reduced funding, strategic leadership for growth and infrastructure and the demographic change in population, which is leading to increased demand on services and housing.

 

2.     Making the Most of Herts Help

 

Herts Help was a one-point of contact for a huge network of community organisations in Hertfordshire. It assisted the public with finding  ...  view the full minutes text for item 221.

222.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Urgent decisions exempt from Call-in to 25 April 2018 Full Council

To note that, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution, an Urgent Decision Exempt from Call-in was submitted to 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. A second Urgent Decision Exempt from Call-in decision was also made in respect of the Award of Construction Framework Contracts, the reason for urgency being to avoid any delay in a significant scheme.

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The meeting noted that, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution, an Urgent Decision Exempt from Call-in was submitted to 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. A second Urgent Decision Exempt from Call-in decision was also made in respect of the Award of Construction Framework Contracts, the reason for urgency being to avoid any delay in a significant scheme.

223.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Urgent decisions exempt from Call-in to 18 July 2018 Full Council

No decisions had been taken with the approval of the Mayor as matters of urgency in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution – Overview and Scrutiny Procedure Rule 14(j).

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There were none to report.

224.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Special Urgency Quarterly Report to 25 April 2018 Full Council

To note, that the Isopad House Equity Share Units report, considered at 18 April 2018 Executive, was the subject of special urgency procedures and agreed in accordance with Rule 16 of the Constitution’s Access to Information Rules.

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The meeting noted that the Isopad House Equity Share Units report, considered at 18 April 2018 Executive, was the subject of special urgency procedures and agreed in accordance with Rule 16 of the Constitution’s Access to Information Rules.

225.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Special Urgency Quarterly Report to 18 July 2018 Full Council

The Leader reports that, in the last quarter, no key decisions had 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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There were none.

The meeting agreed to continue to 10.30pm.

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226.

Reports of Committee Chairs pdf icon PDF 211 KB

The Chair of Audit Committee will make an oral report on the ATTACHED list of items. 

 

The Constitution provides for a maximum of 15 minutes in total for this item, including responses to any questions arising

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The Vice-Chair of Audit Committee gave a verbal report on the work of the Audit Committee which met on 30 July 2018 and considered a report from the Shared Anti-Fraud Service. The Committee was advised that 18 cases had been investigated and closed. The Audited Statement of Accounts was also presented and approved by the Committee.

 

The External Auditor presented their audit findings and their audit opinion on the Statements, which was an Unqualified Opinion.

 

There were two further reports from the Shared Internal Audit Service. The first was a progress report on the delivery of the Council’s 2018/19 Internal Audit Plan and the second was the Service’s annual report, which explained that the Service had, despite challenges, delivered 94% of days commissioned by clients in 2017/18.

 

The Committee also considered the Treasury Management Annual Outturn report and Prudential Indicators 2017/18. The report provided details of the outturn position for treasury activities and highlighted compliance with the Council’s policies, as previously approved by Members. Separately a review of Treasury Management Practices was also presented to the Committee.

 

Lastly, the Committee received information on a review of Hertsmere’s strategic risks.  The Committee were reassured that the risks relating to Parking Services and Verge Maintenance had been withdrawn.

227.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Report of Chair of Operations Review Committee to 18 July 2018 Full Council pdf icon PDF 111 KB

The Chair of the Operations Review Committee will make an oral report on the ATTACHED list of items. 

 

The Constitution provides for a maximum of 15 minutes for the Chair to make their report and respond to any questions arising.

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The Chair of Operations Review gave a verbal oral report on the work of the Review Committees.

 

Operations Review Committee met on 30 April 2018. It considered the Quarterly Financial Monitoring report which outlined the positive year-end position for 2017-18.  This included both improved investment returns, budget underspends and higher collection rates for Council Tax. The Safety and Performance Portfolioholder gave his annual update on his area of responsibility, including community safety projects which engaged with schools and young people, performance monitoring, reducing sickness absence and new ICT systems.  In response to queries, the Committee was reassured of the joint working with the Constabulary to prevent knife crime and the use of PCSOs which Hertsmere Borough Council funded.

 

Operations Review Committee met again on 13 June 2018.  It endorsed the Flytipping Review Report for submission to the Executive, with special attention brought to the recommendations to prevent and deter as well as catch flytippers. The Committee also discussed areas for future scrutiny.  One area of interest was Debt Policy and how to improve collection rates.  Another area was mapping out our Partnerships, with the aim of preparing the ground for detailed work after the May 2019 elections.

 

Policy Review Committee met on 10 May 2018 and received a progress update on Streetmarkets from the Environment and Transport Portfolioholder. The Committee also noted the input of the Task and Finish Group which had provided oversight on the Housing Allocations Policy, Homelessness Strategy and Empty Homes Strategy.

 

Scrutiny Chairs met informally in June to plan workprogrammes for the coming year.

228.

Report of the Chair of the Operations Review Committee pdf icon PDF 114 KB

The Chair of the Operations Review Committee will make an oral report on the ATTACHED list of items. 

 

The Constitution provides for a maximum of 15 minutes for the Chair to make their report and respond to any questions arising.

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Minutes:

The Chair of Operations Review gave a verbal oral report on the work of the Review Committees.

 

Policy Review Committee met on 11 July 2018 and received an update on the Customer Service Strategy Review which had included provision for a new system and to improve accessibility for vulnerable clients. The second consultation phase of the Parking Strategy was also presented and highlighted the move to pay by phone and trials for virtual permits.

 

Operations Review met on 26 July 2018 to receive the Financial Monitoring report, which showed some positive variances, for example through higher income. The Environment and Transport Portfolioholder provided an update on their work area. Hertsmere Leisure gave its mid-year progress report and said the planned refurbishment works were being prepared with minor adjustments to ensure the best use of funds.

 

Operations Review met again on 5 September 2018 for the annual Q&A Session with the Portfolioholder for Communications and Consultation, as well as the annual Elstree Film Studios report, which showed that utilisation was now at 98%, compared to 70% fifteen years ago.  This reflected popular shows such as Strictly Come Dancing, The Crown being booked long-term at The Studios, as well as supporting companies leasing space on-site.  The Committee was told that a continuous maintenance approach was helping to reduce costs and that £350k had been spent on capital additions.

 

Scrutiny Chairs had separately had their annual informal session with Executive Members to exchange views on future work areas and one of the topics that arose was scrutiny of unauthorised incursions.

229.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Outside Body Updates due at 18 July 2018 Full Council

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

-       Elstree Aerodrome Consultative Committee – Councillor Clapper

-       Clarion Housing Group – Resident Area Panel – Councillor Eni

-       Sixty Plus – Potters Bar and South Mimms – Councillor Knell

-       Wayside Jubilee Centre - Councillor S Hodgson-Jones.

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

 

-        Elstree Aerodrome Consultative Committee – Councillor Clapper

-        Clarion Housing Group – Resident Area Panel – Councillor Eni

-        Sixty Plus – Potters Bar and South Mimms – Councillor Barker on behalf of Councillor Knell.

-        Wayside Jubilee Centre - Councillor S Hodgson-Jones.

 

RESOLVED that the reports be noted.

230.

Updates from Outside Bodies

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

 

-       South Mimms Village Hall Management Committee - Councillor Wayne

-       Aldenham Country Park Advisory Panel - Councillor Keates

-       Hertfordshire Health Scrutiny Committee - Councillor Lambert

-       Hertfordshire Building Preservation Trust - Councillor Donne.

 

The Constitution provides for up to 2 minutes per update, followed by responses to any questions arising.

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

-        South Mimms Village Hall Management Committee - Councillor Wayne

-        Aldenham Country Park Advisory Panel - Councillor Keates

-        Hertfordshire Health Scrutiny Committee - Councillor Lambert

-        Hertfordshire Building Preservation Trust - Councillor Donne.

 

RESOLVED that the reports be noted.

Councillor Wayne left the meeting.

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Councillor Bright proposed that all outstanding business be referred to the next Ordinary Full Council meeting. Councillor R Butler proposed that an Extraordinary Meeting of the Council be held to consider all outstanding business. Following a vote of each proposal Councillor R Butler’s proposal fell and Councillor Bright’s proposal passed.

 

It was therefore resolved to defer all outstanding business to the next meeting of the Full Council.

231.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Councillor Questions submitted to 24 January 2018 Full Council pdf icon PDF 312 KB

20 Councillor Questions were submitted to January 2018 Full Council, as per the ATTACHED list of Questions and their corresponding answers.

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

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OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Councillor Questions submitted to 28 February 2018 Full Council pdf icon PDF 245 KB

5 Councillor Questions were submitted to February 2018 Full Council, as per the ATTACHED list of Questions and their corresponding answers.

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

233.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Councillor Questions submitted to 25 April 2018 Full Council pdf icon PDF 356 KB

7 Councillor Questions were submitted to April 2018 Full Council, as per the ATTACHED list of Questions and their corresponding answers.

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

234.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Councillor Questions submitted to 18 July 2018 Full Council pdf icon PDF 274 KB

13 Councillor Questions were submitted to July 2018 Full Council, as per the ATTACHED list of Questions and their corresponding answers.

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

235.

Questions from Members of the Council pdf icon PDF 64 KB

To deal with the ATTACHED 9 questions received from Members in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 11.

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The questions were not reached within the time limit.

236.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Notice of Motion submitted to 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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RESOLVED that consideration of this item take place at the next ordinary meeting of Council.

237.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Notices of Motion submitted 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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RESOLVED that consideration of this item take place at the next ordinary meeting of Council.

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OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Notices of Motion submitted to 25 April 2018 Full Council pdf icon PDF 75 KB

2 Notices of Motion, as ATTACHED, were submitted to April 2018 Full Council.

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

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OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 18 July 2018 Full Council: Notices of Motion submitted to 18 July 2018 Full Council pdf icon PDF 115 KB

1 Notice of Motion, ATTACHED, was submitted to 18 July 2018 Full Council.

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

240.

Notices of Motion

No Notices of Motions were received from Members.

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Minutes:

There was no business under this item.

241.

Date of Next Meeting

The next meeting is scheduled for 21 November 2018.

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The next meeting was scheduled for at 7.30pm on 21 November 2018.