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480.

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 Goldstein, Kelly and Wayne.

481.

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.

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Councillor Bright declared an Other Pecuniary Interest in Agenda Item 12 as a Council-appointed Director of Elstree Film Studios.

Councillor Clapper declared an Other Pecuniary Interest in Agenda Item 12 as a Director of Elstree Film Studios.

Councillor Morris declared an Other Pecuniary Interest in Agenda Item 12 as a Director of Elstree Film Studios.

Councillor P Hodgson-Jones declared a Non-Pecuniary Interest in Agenda Item 15 and had a dispensation from the Chief Executive to speak and remain but not vote on the item.

Councillor Graham declared a Non-Pecuniary Interest in Agenda Item 15 and had a dispensation from the Chief Executive to speak but not vote on the item, as he had formerly been a director of Hertsmere Development Limited during the time period covered by the report.

Councillor A Sachdev declared a Non-Pecuniary Interest in Agenda Item 15 and had a dispensation from the Chief Executive to speak but not vote on the item.

Councillor Cohen declared a Non-Pecuniary Interest as a Director of Hertsmere Development Limited in Agenda Item 15 and had a dispensation from the Chief Executive to speak but not vote on the item.

Councillor Choudhury declared a Personal Interest in Agenda Item 9 as a Council-appointed nominee to the Police and Crime Commissioners Panel.

482.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 260 KB

To confirm and sign the ATTACHED minutes of the Council meeting held on 23 January 2019.

 

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

 

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Minutes:

RESOLVED that the minutes of the Council meeting held on 23 January 2019 be approved and signed as a correct record.

483.

Announcements by the Mayor

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

 

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Minutes:

The Mayor thanked all those who had joined her at the Holocaust Memorial. She reminded the Chamber of the upcoming Commonwealth Day flag-raising event and the Annual Civic Dinner.

484.

Questions from Members of the Public pdf icon PDF 66 KB

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

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Six questions had been received from members of the public.

 

[PQ2019-07] Ms Evans of Barnet had submitted a question regarding statistics on Freedom of Information requests. The Leader of the Council responded that records had been kept since 2017 and on average almost a 1000 requests were received in a year, which cost about £50k to process. In that period there had been less than a handful of requests from councillors. In a supplementary question, Ms Evans asked why a councillor needed to submit such requests. The Leader replied that such requests had no additional cost implications as the information would have to be provided whatever route the councillor took, but agreed that councillors additionally had direct access to Council officers and greater access to information than the public.

 

[PQ2019-08] Ms Reyes of Borehamwood had submitted a question regarding application 18/1921/CLE. The Planning and Localism Portfolioholdre replied that the Council’s view was that the use was not lawful in planning terms. In reaching this decision the Local Planning Authority did not reach a view as to whether the use might be acceptable in planning terms and the decision, in itself, did not place a requirement on the applicant to cease the use. It was hoped the landowner would remove any unlawful use but as this had not happened, the Council was considering whether formal enforcement action was expedient. In a supplementary question, Ms Reyes asked why enforcement action had not been taken in a previous instance of unapproved waste storage. The Portfolioholder replied that enforcement action was reliant on a number of legal aspects and whether the case would be answered.

 

[PQ2019-09] In the absence of the questioner, the Mayor asked that a reply be sent to them.

 

[PQ2019-10] Mr Reeve of Potters Bar had submitted a question regarding guidance on ethics for election candidates. The Leader of the Council responded that the Electoral Commission provided guidance on the conduct of elections, and advice was also available from the Returning Officer and their staff. In a supplementary question, Mr Reeve asked about candidates who might be facing fraud charges. The Leader replied that the matter was not within his purview.

 

[PQ2019-11] Mr Gray of Potters Bar had submitted a question regarding bus services. The Environment and Transport Portfolioholder replied that the County Council was responsible for funding bus services. In a supplementary question, Mr Gray asked that no Potters Bar services be cancelled given the new homes being built. The Portfolioholder replied that Mr Gray should contact County Council as it had responsibility for bus services.

 

[PQ2019-12] In the absence of the questioner, the Mayor asked that a reply be sent to them.

485.

DECISION REPORT: Budget-related items - Setting the Revenue Budget 2019-20 pdf icon PDF 211 KB

The ATTACHED report asks the Council to approve the Revenue Budget for 2019-20.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The meeting considered a report C/19/06 outlining the proposed Revenue Budget 2019/20.

 

It was moved by Councillor Graham and seconded by Councillor P Hodgson-Jones that the recommendations set out in the report be agreed.

 

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

 

RESOLVED that

 

1.1       the proposed revenue budget for the financial year 2019/20 of £11,545k (£11,860k 2018/19) as set out in Appendix 1 (section 1, section 10 and appendix B) to the report be approved.

 

1.2       the comments of the Policy Review Committee following consultation with the Committee (jointly with the Operations Review Committee and all Members) at their meeting on 28 January 2019 on the draft budget proposals (section 13 of appendix 1 of the report) be noted.

 

1.3       the advice of the Chief Finance Officer including the adequacy of reserves as set out in section 12 of appendix 1 of the report be noted.

 

1.4       the revised Medium Term Financial Plan (MTFP) be approved as set out in the report’s section 9 of appendix 1 and Appendix C, which shows a total future budgetary gap over the three-year financial period from 2020/21 to 2022/23 of £1,078k unless an appropriate course of action is taken to eradicate this gap.

 

1.5       the schedules of attached fees and charges for 2019/20 be approved as set out in Appendix E of the report as part of the annual revenue budget process.

 

For: Councillors Barker, Batten, Bright, Brown, Choudhury, Clapper,

Cohen, Davis, Donne, Eni, Graham, Heywood, P Hodgson-Jones, S

Hodgson-Jones, Keates, Knell, Lambert, Lyon, Merchant, Morris,

Plancey, Quilty, Rutledge, A Sachdev, M Sachdev, G Silver, L Silver,

Spencer, Swerling, Turner, West and Worster (32).

Against: Councillors R Butler, RZ Butler, Newmark and Vince (4).

Abstentions: None (0).

486.

DECISION REPORT: Budget-related items - Setting the Capital Budget 2019-20 pdf icon PDF 220 KB

The ATTACHED report asks the Council to approve the Capital Budget for 2019-20 to 2021-22.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The meeting considered a report C/19/07 outlining the proposed Capital Budget 2019 to 2022.

 

It was moved by Councillor Graham and seconded by Councillor P Hodgson-Jones that the recommendations set out in the report be agreed.

 

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

 

RESOLVED that

 

1.1       the proposed four-year capital programme 2018/19 to 2021/22 amounting to £18,691k (£13,194k for 2018/19, £3,124k for 2019/20, £1,684k for 2020/21 and £689k for 2021/22) and the recommendations of the Executive as set out in Appendix 1 (section 1, section 10 and appendix A of the report) be approved.

 

1.2       the comments of the Asset Management Panel from their meeting of 11 December 2018 (section 13 of appendix 1 of the report) be noted.

 

1.3       the comments of the Policy Review Committee following consultation with the Committee (jointly with the Operations Review Committee and all Members) at their meeting on 28 January 2019 on the draft capital programme (section 13 of appendix 1 of the report) be noted.

 

1.4       the Capital Strategy 2019 (Section 12 of Appendix 1 and Appendix C of the report), which has been reviewed and updated to reflect the draft capital programme and also now reflects the changes required by the Prudential Code 2017, be approved.

 

For: Councillors Barker, Batten, Bright, Brown, R Butler, RZ Butler, Choudhury, Clapper, Cohen, Davis, Donne, Eni, Graham, Heywood, P Hodgson-Jones, S Hodgson-Jones, Keates, Knell, Lambert, Lyon, Merchant, Morris, Newmark, Plancey, Quilty, Rutledge, A Sachdev, M Sachdev, G Silver, L Silver, Spencer, Swerling, Turner, Vince, West and Worster (36).

Against: None (0).

Abstentions: None (0).

487.

DECISION REPORT: Budget-related items - Council Tax Setting and Collection Fund Levies 2019/20 pdf icon PDF 293 KB

To consider the ATTACHED report to approve the Council Tax Setting and Collection Fund Levies 2019-20.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The meeting considered a report C/19/09 on Council Tax Setting and collection fund levies for 2019/20.

 

It was moved by Councillor Graham and seconded by Councillor P Hodgson-Jones that the recommendations, as set out in the report, be agreed.

 

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

 

RESOLVED that

 

1.1       the average Band D equivalent council tax levy for 2019/20 be increased by £5.

 

1.2       the total Council Tax levies for 2019/20 (see table 2 of the report), which amount to £8,554,230 be utilised as follows:

           An amount of £7,319,668 is utilised to balance the Council’s 2019/20 General Fund budget.

           An amount of £ 1,234,562 is used to pay Town and Parish Council requirements.

 

1.3       the special expenses as proposed in paragraph 6.4 (table 4) of the report, be incorporated in the Council Tax setting.

 

1.4       the Empty Homes Premium be raised to 100% from its current 50% with effect from 1 April 2019 for the long-term empty properties as explained in Section 7 of the report.

 

For: Councillors Barker, Batten, Bright, Brown, Choudhury, Clapper, Cohen, Davis, Donne, Eni, Graham, Heywood, P Hodgson-Jones, S Hodgson-Jones, Keates, Knell, Lambert, Lyon, Merchant, Morris, Plancey, Quilty, Rutledge, A Sachdev, M Sachdev, G Silver, L Silver, Spencer, Swerling, Turner, West and Worster (32).

Against: None (0).

Abstentions: R Butler, RZ Butler, Newmark and Vince (4).

488.

DECISION REPORT: Budget-related items - Setting the Council Tax 2019/20 pdf icon PDF 189 KB

To consider the ATTACHED report to approve the Council Tax Setting 2019-20.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The meeting considered report C/19/10 proposing the Council Tax for 2019/20.

 

During the debate on this item, Councillor Choudhury declared a Personal Interest as a Council-appointed nominee to the Police and Crime Commissioners Panel.

 

It was moved by Councillor Graham and seconded by Councillor P Hodgson-Jones that the recommendation as set out in the report and the amended Appendix circulated in the Supplementary Papers be agreed.

 

Following a debate and vote, the report recommendation was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that the Council Tax for 2019/20 to be levied by Hertsmere Borough Council (as billing authority) be adopted as set out in the amended Appendix A of the report, as circulated in the Supplementary Papers.

 

For: Councillors Barker, Batten, Bright, Brown, Choudhury, Clapper, Cohen, Davis, Donne, Eni, Graham, Heywood, P Hodgson-Jones, S Hodgson-Jones, Keates, Knell, Lambert, Lyon, Merchant, Morris, Plancey, Quilty, Rutledge, A Sachdev, M Sachdev, G Silver, L Silver, Spencer, Swerling, Turner, West and Worster (32).

Against: None (0).

Abstentions: R Butler, RZ Butler, Newmark and Vince (4).

489.

DECISION REPORT: Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2019/20 and Prudential Indicators 2019/20 to 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 185 KB

To consider the ATTACHED report requiring the approval of the Treasury Management Strategy Statement 209/20 and Prudential Indicators 2019/20 to 2021/22.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The meeting considered report C/19/08 on the Treasury Management Strategy.

 

It was moved by Councillor Graham and seconded by Councillor P Hodgson-Jones that the recommendations as set out in the report be agreed.

 

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

 

RESOLVED that

 

1.1.      the Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2019/20 (Appendix 1 of the report), including the Prudential indicators 2019/20 to 2021/22, the Minimum Revenue Provision (MRP) policy statement (paragraph 4.5 of Appendix 1 of the report) and the Annual Investment Strategy (Section 6, Appendix 1 of the report), as recommended by the Audit Committee at its meeting on the 30 January 2019, be approved.

 

1.2.      the Treasury Management Strategy and Prudential Indicators Mid Year Review 2018/19 (Appendix 2 of the report) be noted, as recommended by the Audit Committee at its meeting on the 25 October 2018.

 

1.3.      the Treasury Management Annual Outturn Report and Actual Prudential Indicators 2017/18 (Appendix 3 of the report) be noted, as recommended by the Audit Committee at its meeting on the 30 July 2018.

490.

DECISION REPORT: Pay Policy Statement pdf icon PDF 90 KB

The ATTACHED report recommends approval of the Pay Policy Statement 2019/20.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The meeting considered report C/19/11 on the annual Pay Policy Statement.

 

It was moved by Councillor Rutledge and seconded by Councillor Choudhury that the recommendation as set out in the report be agreed.

 

Following a debate and vote, the report recommendation was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that the Pay Policy Statement 2019/20, attached at Appendix A to the report, be approved.

491.

DECISION REPORT: Appointment of Independent Non-Executive Directors to the Elstree Film Studios Board pdf icon PDF 156 KB

The ATTACHED report recommends the appointment of Non-Executive Directors.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The meeting considered report C/19/12 about expanding the membership of the Board of Elstree Film Studios by appointing independent Non-Executive Directors.

 

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

 

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

 

RESOLVED that

 

1.1       the persons named in Appendix 1 to the report be appointed to the office of Non-Executive Directors of Elstree Film Studios Limited such appointments to take effect on and from the date of the annual meeting of Council in 2019.

 

1.2       pending the date of the annual meeting of Council in 2019 the persons named in Appendix 1 to the report be permitted to attend Board Meetings of Elstree Film Studio Limited in the capacity of observers provided they have first entered into a confidentiality agreement with the Elstree Film Studios Limited and the Council. Remuneration for such attendance to be paid pro-rata in accordance with the annual rate set out in paragraph 6.1 of the report.

492.

DECISION REPORT: South West Herts Collaboration Memorandum of Understanding pdf icon PDF 103 KB

The ATTACHED report recommends the adoption of the South West Herts Collaboration Memorandum of Understanding.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The meeting considered report C/19/13 about the work underway on the South West Herts Collaboration’s Memorandum of Understanding.

 

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

 

Following a debate and vote, the report recommendation was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that the contents of the Memorandum of Understanding (Appendix 1 of the report) be noted and its adoption be approved.

493.

DECISION REPORT: Neighbourhood Plans pdf icon PDF 149 KB

The ATTACHED report recommends delegating responsibility for procedural arrangements for neighbourhood plans to Officers.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The meeting considered report C/19/14 about delegating authority to Officers to exercise the Council’s function on some matters related to neighbourhood plans.

 

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

 

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

 

RESOLVED that

 

a.         the Head of Planning and Economic Development be authorised, following consultation with the Portfolio Holder for Planning and Localism, to undertake all necessary procedural arrangements for neighbourhood plans including any designation of future applications for Neighbourhood Areas, as well as the making of representations on draft Neighbourhood Plans including those in adjoining local authority areas.

 

b.         the Constitution be amended accordingly.

The meeting agreed to continue to 10.30pm.

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494.

DECISION REPORT: Hertsmere Development Limited Progress Update Report pdf icon PDF 77 KB

The ATTACHED report provides a progress update on Hertsmere Development Limited for noting.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The meeting considered report C/19/15 about the progress of Hertsmere Development Limited.

 

It was moved by Councillor Newmark and seconded by Councillor Graham that the recommendation as set out in the report be agreed.

 

An amendment, derived from bullet points 1.3 and 1.5 in Appendix 1 to the report, was moved by Councillor Graham and seconded by Councillor Bright as follows:

“Independent industry Non-Executive Directors be appointed to the HDL Board, in the near future, to ensure the Board is enriched with the necessary expertise and experience.

The appointment of Councillor Paul Hodgson-Jones as the Chairman of HDL following the recent resignation from Councillor John Graham as a Director and the Chairman of the Board.”

 

Following a debate and vote, the amendment was AGREED.

 

Following a vote, the original recommendation as amended was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that

 

i.              the progress update of Hertsmere Development Limited (HDL), the

wholly-owned subsidiary of the Council, as explained in Appendices 1 and A of the report, be noted.

ii.            independent industry Non-Executive Directors be appointed to the HDL Board, in the near future, to ensure the Board is enriched with the necessary expertise and experience.

iii.           the appointment of Councillor Paul Hodgson-Jones as the Chairman of HDL be approved following the recent resignation from Councillor John Graham as a Director and the Chairman of the Board.

495.

DECISION REPORT: Workforce Strategy 2019 to 2021 pdf icon PDF 149 KB

The ATTACHED report recommends approval of the Workforce Strategy 2019-21.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The meeting considered report C/19/16 on the updated Workforce Strategy.

 

It was moved by Councillor Rutledge and seconded by Councillor Choudhury that the recommendation set out in the report be agreed.

 

Following a debate and vote, the report recommendation was AGREED.

 

RESOLVED that the Workforce Strategy 2019-2021 recommended by the Personnel Committee on 12 December 2018, attached as Appendix A to the report, be approved.

Councillor RZ Butler proposed, and Councillor R Butler seconded, that an Extraordinary Meeting of the Council be held to consider all outstanding business. Following a vote the proposal was lost.

Additional documents:

As it was after 10.30pm, the meeting agreed to refer any outstanding business to the next ordinary Full Council meeting.

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496.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 23 January 2019 Full Council: Report of Committee Chairs to November 2019 Full Council pdf icon PDF 73 KB

The Chairs of Licensing and Audit Committees will make oral reports 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.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was not reached before the meeting closed, so consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Full Council.

497.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 23 January 2019 Full Council: Report of Operations Review Committee Chair to November 2019 Full Council pdf icon PDF 72 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.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was not reached before the meeting closed, so consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Full Council.

498.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 23 January 2019 Full Council: Updates from Outside Bodies to November 2019 Full Council

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

 

·       Elstree and Borehamwood Museum - Councillor G Silver

·       Hertfordshire Waste Partnership - Councillor Quilty

·       Arsenal Steering Group - Councillor Clapper

·       Oakmere Youth & Community Centre Management Committee

       Councillor Lyon.

 

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

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was not reached before the meeting closed, so consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Full Council.

499.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 23 January 2019 Full Council: Report of the Chair of Operations Review Committee to January 2019 Full Council pdf icon PDF 74 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.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was not reached before the meeting closed, so consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Full Council.

500.

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS from 23 January 2019 Full Council: Updates from Outside Bodies to January 2019 Full Council

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

·       Hertfordshire Police and Crime Panel - Councillor Choudhury

·       Elstree & Borehamwood and District Community Association –Councillor Heywood

·       Clayton Centre - Councillor P Hodgson-Jones

·       Potters Bar Historical Society – Councillor Lyon.

 

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

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was not reached before the meeting closed, so consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Full Council.

501.

Report of the Leader of the Council pdf icon PDF 115 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.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was not reached before the meeting closed, so consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Full Council.

502.

Reports of Committee Chairs pdf icon PDF 71 KB

The Chair of the Audit Committee will make oral reports 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.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was not reached before the meeting closed, so consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Full Council.

503.

Report of the Chair of the Operations Review Committee pdf icon PDF 97 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.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was not reached before the meeting closed, so consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Full Council.

504.

Updates from Outside Bodies

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

 

·       Hertfordshire Sustainability Forum –Councillor Quilty

·       Community Hertsmere - Councillor Clapper

·       Bushey Manor Field Trust - Councillor Rutledge

·       Borehamwood and Elstree Town Twinning Association - Councillor Turner.

 

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

Additional documents:

Minutes:

This item was not reached before the meeting closed, so consideration of it was referred to the next ordinary meeting of the Full Council.

505.

Questions from Members of the Council pdf icon PDF 67 KB

To deal with the ATTACHED eight Questions received from Members in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 11.

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Minutes:

The questions were not reached within the time limit provided in the Council Procedure Rules and therefore fell.

506.

Date of Next Meeting

The next meeting is scheduled for 24 April 2019.

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Minutes:

The next meeting of the Full Council was scheduled for 24 April 2019.