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198.

Minutes

Minutes of the meeting held on 13 June 2018 (previously circulated).

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RESOLVED that the minutes of the meeting held on 13 June 2018 be signed as a correct record.

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199.

Items Requiring Urgent Attention

Items which in the opinion of the Chair should be considered at the meeting as matters of urgency.

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There was no item raised as a matter of urgency.

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200.

Announcements

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The Chair welcomed Mrs Mayes who was attending the meeting in her capacity as a Co-opted Member of the Council's Standards Committee to observe and monitor compliance with the Council’s ethical governance framework.

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201.

Petitions

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There was no petition received from a Member of the Public or the Council.

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202.

Question(s) from Members of the Council pdf icon PDF 76 KB

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In accordance with the Cabinet Procedure Rules, the relevant Cabinet Member responded to one question from a Member of the Council on the use of ‘consequence booths’ in schools.

 

[NB: A copy of the question and answer is appended to these minutes and are also available on the Council’s Website at http://www.devon.gov.uk/dcc/committee/mingifs.html]

KEY DECISIONS

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203.

Sherford Main Street (interim scheme): Approval to Obtain Tenders pdf icon PDF 989 KB

Report of the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment (PTE/18/22) on the interim scheme for Sherford Main Street and the approval to obtain tenders process, attached.

 

An Impact Assessment is also attached.

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Minutes:

The Chair reported that this item would be deferred.

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204.

A Gateway to Northern Devon – A361/A39 North Devon Link Road: South Molton to Bideford pdf icon PDF 12 MB

Report of the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment (PTE/18/23) seeking approval to go to planning, tender and acquire land through negotiation/CPO in relation to A361/A39 North Devon Link Road:  South Molton to Bideford, attached.

 

An Impact Assessment is also attached.

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Minutes:

(Councillors Biederman, Connett and Hannaford attended in accordance with Standing Order 25(2) and spoke to this item).

 

The Cabinet considered the Report of the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment (PTE/18/23) seeking approval of various matters in relation to the A361/A39 North Devon Link Road:  South Molton to Bideford, circulated prior to the meeting in accordance with regulation 7(4) of the Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to Information) (England) Regulations 2012.

 

The Report followed the Cabinet paper dated October 2017 regarding the A361/A39 North Devon Link Road (NDLR) project, reporting on the outcome of the Outline Business Case (OBC) submission and progress made to delivering the Scheme. The Report sought approval to proceed with a planning application, land acquisition, tender and preparation of a Full Business Case to the Department for Transport (DfT).

 

Previous reports had documented scheme progress up to the submission of the OBC. The Cabinet noted that background detail on the project prior to the OBC submission could be found on the scheme website at: https://new.devon.gov.uk/ndlr/project-documents

 

The scheme to improve the North Devon Link Road (NDLR) was summarised in Table 1 and comprised 7.5km of widening (between Portmore Roundabout to Landkey Junction, Landkey Junction to Swimbridge and Swimbridge to Filleigh Cutting) and to upgrade the performance of the NDLR between South Molton and Barnstaple (16km) and various junction improvements (Buckleigh Road, Heywood Road, Westleigh, Bishop’s Tawton, Landkey, West Buckland, Hacche Lane and Borner’s Bridge) and to support sites identified for housing and employment opportunities in South Molton, Barnstaple and Bideford.

 

The Report also outlined the current position in respect of planning and the outcome of the

Pre-Application Screening Request which meant a planning application for Portmore Roundabout to Filleigh Cutting would be submitted in October 2018 and improvements to the remaining six junctions would be under permitted development.

 

Cabinet noted that private land would be required for the scheme and all identified landowners had been contacted and / or visited. It was intended that, where possible, land would be acquired through negotiation. However, the Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) process would run in parallel with negotiations.

 

The tender documents would comprise two packages: the road widening works and the junctions. The tender process would begin in late 2018 and run through to mid 2020 ready for the submission of the Full Business Case. This would allow construction to start in late 2020. Construction would be phased over a 3 year period with works grouped and phased to minimise disruption.

           

Three public consultations were undertaken prior to the submission of the OBC, all of which showed considerable support for a scheme, the results of which were summarised in Section 3 of the 2017 Cabinet Report.

 

The NDLR scheme had been allocated £83.1m from the DfT Local Majors Fund which was subject to a final decision by the DfT in 2020.  The grant award was capital in nature, and any revenue costs would need to be met from existing resources. The total funding of £93.115m was being met  ...  view the full minutes text for item 204.

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205.

South West Exeter Housing Infrastructure Fund Bid pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Report of the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment (PTE/18/24), seeking approval to submit a bid to the Housing Infrastructure Fund, attached.

 

 

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Minutes:

(Councillors Atkinson, Biederman, Connett, Dewhirst and Hannaford attended in accordance with Standing Order 25(2) and spoke to this item).

 

The Cabinet considered the Report of the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment (PTE/18/24), seeking approval to submit a bid to the Housing Infrastructure Fund, circulated prior to the meeting in accordance with regulation 7(4) of the Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to Information) (England) Regulations 2012.

 

The Report outlined that a successful Expression of Interest was submitted to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) in September 2017 for funding from the Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF) towards infrastructure to support development at South West Exeter, with a package totalling £44.7 million.  In March 2018, the Council was advised the Expression of Interest was successful and was invited to submit a full bid.  The Report, therefore, sought approval to proceed with submitting a full bid to the MHCLG in time for the 10 September 2018 deadline.

 

The Report outlined the purpose of the HIF which was a Government capital grant scheme of £4.8 billion which had been identified to support the delivery of infrastructure related to the building of new homes. 

 

It also explained the South West Exeter area in terms of its strategic allocation of 2,500 dwellings and 5 hectares of employment on the edge of Exeter, which also spanned two administrative areas – Teignbridge District Council and Exeter City Council.  The site was complex, straddling a key arterial road (the A379), was close to the Exe Estuary Special Protection Area and multiple land ownerships. 

 

There were two streams to the HIF – marginal viability funding and forward funding, the former allowed lower tier authorities to bid for up to £10 million to unlock development and the forward funding stream was for higher tier authorities and allowed bids of up to £250 million.

 

The table within the Report identified the infrastructure expected to be included in the final submission for the HIF bid, which included pedestrian/cycle bridge to provide a crossing of the A379 (£2.5m), servicing of school site to enable delivery of the approved Free School (£2m), electricity upgrade – new primary sub-station to provide additional capacity (£2m), contributions towards Marsh Barton Rail Station (£2m), three new signal junctions on the A379 and widening of 1.5km of highway (£10m), southern spine road through multiple landownerships to unlock all parcels south of the A379 and provide an early public transport corridor (£12m), capacity upgrade to ‘Devon Hotel’ roundabout on the A379 to deliver sufficient capacity for development and maintain access to large development site (£2.5m), realignment of Chudleigh Road and new signal junction to address a safety concern and unlock development to the north of the A379 (£6m), provision of foul drainage along the A379 (£2m), Alphington Village enhancements (£0.5m), new access roundabout on the A379 (£2.5m) and Suitable Alternative Natural Green Space (SANGS) to mitigate the impact on the Exe Estuary (£2.7m), totalling £46.7m (with further work being undertaken to progress design and more  ...  view the full minutes text for item 205.

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206.

Exeter, Upper Northbrook Surface Water Flood Improvements pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Report of the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment (PTE/18/25) seeking approval of the Exeter, Northbrook Upper Flood Improvement Scheme, attached.

 

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Minutes:

(Councillors Biederman, Connett and Hannaford attended in accordance with Standing Order 25(2) and spoke to this item).

 

The Cabinet considered the Report of the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment (PTE/18/25) seeking approval of the Exeter, Northbrook Upper Flood Improvement Scheme, circulated prior to the meeting in accordance with regulation 7(4) of the Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to Information) (England) Regulations 2012.

 

The Report highlighted the history of flooding in the upper Northbrook area of Exeter and the ongoing high risk of future flood events.  It also detailed the proposed scheme options that aimed to significantly reduce the ongoing risk of flooding.

 

The DCC Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (2011), established that Exeter had the largest number of properties at risk of surface water flooding, within the County, therefore detailed investigations and hydraulic modelling had been undertaken for Exeter. The results (and other evidence) showed that works in Exeter could be fully justified.

 

The complex nature of surface water flooding mechanisms and numerous locations of works required meant a phased delivery of flood improvement works over forthcoming years would be required. The Report therefore covered phase one of the proposed works (Upper Northbrook catchment, mainly in Beacon Lane and the Georges Close area of Whipton and Old Tiverton Road), as shown in Annex 1.

 

A number of improvements at various locations upstream of the residential areas were being proposed to reduce runoff, attenuate flows and restrict the residual flows through the built-up area.  This included work at Beacon Lane (Annex 2 of the report outlined the detail), Georges Close, Whipton (Annex 3) and Old Tiverton Road (See Annex 4).

 

A business case promoting the scheme to the Environment Agency would be submitted to request funding support from Defra’s Flood Defence Grant in Aid and Local Levy with the remaining funding provided by contributions sought from South West Water, and Exeter City Council, as well as by DCC’s own dedicated flood risk budgets. 

 

All the flood improvements mentioned in the Report would be developed in accordance with the Equality and Environmental Assessments produced in support of the Devon Local Flood Risk Management Strategy.  All elements of the scheme had been assessed at the appropriate stage using the corporate, integrated assessment tool, with relevant equality and environmental impacts identified and acted on as necessary.

 

An environmental appraisal of the proposals indicated that, with appropriate mitigation, there would be limited impact upon landscape, historic and ecological interests. 

 

The matter having been debated and the options and/or alternatives and other relevant factors (e.g. financial, sustainability, carbon impact, risk management, equality and legal considerations and Public Health impact) set out in the Head of Service’s Report and/or referred to above having been considered:

 

It was MOVED by Councillor Croad, SECONDED by Councillor Hart, and

 

RESOLVED

 

(a) That the Exeter, Northbrook Upper Flood Improvement Scheme at an estimated cost of £450,000, be approved, but noting the scheme will not proceed until all funding is secured; and

 

(b) that authority to acquire title and/or rights  ...  view the full minutes text for item 206.

MATTERS REFERRED

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207.

Treasury Management Stewardship Annual Report: Approval to Annual Report (following consideration by the Corporate Infrastructure and Regulatory Services Scrutiny Committee) pdf icon PDF 90 KB

Report of the County Treasurer (CT/18/48), previously considered and endorsed by the Corporate Infrastructure and Regulatory Scrutiny Committee held on 12 June 2018 (Minute *74 refers), attached.     

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(Councillors Atkinson, Connett and Hannaford attended in accordance with Standing Order 25(2) and spoke to this item).

 

The Cabinet considered the Report of the County Treasurer (CT/18/48) outlining the Treasury Management action taken during the last financial year (in line with the CIPFA Code of Practice previously adopted by the Council) which had also been considered and endorsed by the Corporate Infrastructure and Regulatory Services Scrutiny Committee on 12 June 2018 (Minute *74 refers).

 

The Annual Report set out the outturn position, reviewing performance and informing Members of any key matters arising from the Council’s Treasury and Debt Management activities during the 2017/18 Medium Term Financial Strategy.

 

The Report revealed that no long term or short-term borrowing had been undertaken during 2017/18 and it was not envisaged that any new long-term borrowing would be required over the next three-year period (but this would be reviewed annually). Also, there had been no opportunities during 2017/18 to repay outstanding debt without incurring substantial premium penalties, which would negate the benefit of repaying the debt. In terms of investment income, £1.35 million was achieved in 2017/18 against a full year budget of £750,000 which represented a return of 0.74%, including the Property Fund investment.

 

The Cabinet noted that successful prudent management of the Council’s short-term cash reserves had delivered a surplus of £600,000 for the 2017/18 financial year.

 

The matter having been debated and the options and/or alternatives and other relevant factors (e.g. financial and legal considerations) set out in the County Treasurer's Report and/or referred to above having been considered:

 

It was MOVED by Councillor Hart, SECONDED by Councillor McInnes, and

 

RESOLVED that the Annual Treasury Management Stewardship Report be endorsed and welcomed.

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208.

Children's Scrutiny Committee - Children & Young People’s Emotional Health & Wellbeing Task Group (Minute 64) pdf icon PDF 540 KB

At its meeting on 4 June 2018 (minute 64 refers), the Children’s Scrutiny Committee received the Report of the Scrutiny Task Group relating to the Children and Young Peoples Emotional Health and Wellbeing.

 

The Committee RESOLVED

 

(a) that the report and intention of the recommendations be endorsed; and

 

(b) that the Chair of the Children and Young People’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing Task Group work with Officers to review the phrasing of the recommendations to ensure that they are ‘SMART’ (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound) before being commended to the Cabinet’.

 

Recommendation

 

Cabinet note that Officers have already met with Scrutiny Members to propose the following SMART actions in response to the recommendations, appended to this agenda, and Cabinet endorses both the Scrutiny recommendations and accompanying action plan.

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(Councillors Biederman, Channon, Connett and Hannaford attended in accordance with Standing Order 25(2) and spoke to this item).

 

The Cabinet noted that at its meeting on 4 June 2018 (minute *64 refers), the Children’s Scrutiny Committee received and considered the Report of the Scrutiny Task Group relating to the Children and Young Peoples Emotional Health and Wellbeing.

 

The Committee RESOLVED

 

(a) that the report and intention of the recommendations be endorsed; and

 

(b) that the Chair of the Children and Young People’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing Task Group work with Officers to review the phrasing of the recommendations to ensure that they are ‘SMART’ (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound) before being commended to the Cabinet’.

 

Cabinet noted that Officers had met with Scrutiny Members to propose the SMART action plan, which had been circulated with the agenda for this meeting. They further noted the importance of the early intervention agenda.

 

It was MOVED by Councillor McInnes SECONDED by Councillor Hart and

 

RESOLVED thatCabinet note that Officers have already met with Scrutiny Members to propose the SMART actions in response to the recommendations, appended to this agenda, and Cabinet endorses both the Scrutiny recommendations and accompanying action plan.

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209.

Health and Adult Care Scrutiny Committee - Better Care Fund Task Group (Minute 66) pdf icon PDF 2 MB

In considering the Report of the Scrutiny Task Group on the Better Care Fund (Minute 66), the Health and Adult Care Scrutiny Committee at its meeting on 7 June 2018 had RESOLVED 

 

(a) that the Cabinet, Northern, Eastern and Western (NEW) Devon CCG and South Devon and Torbay CCG be requested to endorse the Report and adopt the recommendations detailed; and

 

(b) that the Cabinet and the Clinical Commissioning Groups be asked to provide a unified response and report back on progress to the November meeting of this Committee.

 

Recommendations

 

(a) Cabinet welcomes the report from the Task Group on the Better Care Fund which provides great insight into the complexities and opportunities around the BCF, recognises the hard work of operational and commissioning staff across the authority and the NHS in delivering integrated care in Devon and makes clear recommendations for further improvement; and

 

(b) Cabinet is recommended to endorse the report and agree that council officers will coordinate a single integrated response across all partners for the November meeting.

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(Councillors Ackland, Biederman, Connett, Hannaford and Randall-Johnson attended in accordance with Standing Order 25(2) and spoke to this item).

 

The Cabinet considered the Report of the Scrutiny Task Group on the Better Care Fund (Minute *66) and noted that the Health and Adult Care Scrutiny Committee had, at its meeting on 7 June 2018, RESOLVED

 

(a) that the Cabinet, Northern, Eastern and Western (NEW) Devon CCG and South Devon and Torbay CCG be requested to endorse the Report and adopt the recommendations detailed; and

 

(b) that the Cabinet and the Clinical Commissioning Groups be asked to provide a unified response and report back on progress to the November meeting of this Committee.

 

It was MOVED by Councillor Leadbetter SECONDED by Councillor Hart and

 

RESOLVED

 

(a) that Cabinet welcomes the Report from the Task Group on the Better Care Fund which provides great insight into the complexities and opportunities around the BCF, recognises the hard work of operational and commissioning staff across the authority and the NHS in delivering integrated care in Devon and makes clear recommendations for further improvement; and

 

(b) that Cabinet endorses the Report and that Council Officers be asked to coordinate a single integrated response across all partners for the November meeting of the Health and Adult Care Scrutiny Committee.

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Health and Adult Care Scrutiny Committee - Public Health Annual Report 2017/18 (Minute 62)

In considering the Public Health Annual Report 2017/18 (Minute 62), from the Chief Officer for Communities, Public Health, Environment and Prosperity, the Health and Adult Care Scrutiny Committee at its meeting on 7 June 2018 had RESOLVED 

 

‘that the Cabinet be called upon to continue to lobby Government (Department of Health and Social Care; and the Treasury) for a fair Public Health Grant for Devon and that all Devon MP’s be briefed accordingly’.   

 

Recommendations

 

That as part of the County Council’s continuing campaign for fair funding for Devon, the following further actions be taken:

 

(a) that the Leader of the Council writes to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care urging the Government to implement a fair funding formula for public health in Devon that will support the vital role of preventative care in relieving pressures on NHS acute services, and in improving the health and wellbeing, social and economic, of our society;

 

(b) that the County Council briefs Devon MPs, individually, on the case for fair public health funding in Devon and seeks their support to lobby Government on this matter, and;

 

(c) that the County Council investigates the opportunity for joint campaigning with similarly affected local authorities.

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(Councillors Biederman, Connett and Hannaford attended in accordance with Standing Order 25(2) and spoke to this item).

 

The Cabinet considered the reference from the Health and Adult Care Scrutiny Committee, who at its meeting on 7 June 2018, whilst considering the Public Health Annual Report 2017/18 (Minute *62) hadRESOLVED 

 

‘that the Cabinet be called upon to continue to lobby Government (Department of Health and Social Care; and the Treasury) for a fair Public Health Grant for Devon and that all Devon MP’s be briefed accordingly’.   

 

It was MOVED by Councillor Hart SECONDED by Councillor McInnes, and

 

RESOLVED that as part of the County Council’s continuing campaign for fair funding for Devon, the following further actions be taken:

 

(a) that the Leader of the Council writes to the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care urging the Government to implement a fair funding formula for public health in Devon that will support the vital role of preventative care in relieving pressures on NHS acute services, and in improving the health and wellbeing (including social and economic wellbeing) of our society;

 

(b) that the County Council briefs Devon MPs, individually, on the case for fair public health funding in Devon and seeks their support to lobby Government on this matter, and;

 

(c) that the County Council investigates the opportunity for joint campaigning with similarly affected local authorities.

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Corporate Infrastructure and Regulatory Services Scrutiny Committee - Air Quality and Congestion Task Group (Minute 72) pdf icon PDF 1 MB

In considering the Report of the Task Group on Air Quality and Congestion (Minute 72), the Corporate Infrastructure and Regulatory Services Scrutiny Committee at its meeting on 12 June 2018 had RESOLVED

 

‘that the Task Group and recommendations be commended to the Cabinet with a view to undertaking further work on this issue as appropriate’.

 

Recommendations

 

(a) that the Scrutiny Task Group be thanked for their report on Air Quality and Congestion;

 

(b) that  Cabinet welcomes the report and is pleased to see that the five recommendations outlined in the report follow a long-term behaviour change approach to tackling the identified challenges;

 

(c) recommendations 1,2 3, and 5 of the report be supported and the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment be asked to progress work to deliver on these.  The recommendations align with current Council strategy for tackling air quality and offer good value for money;

 

(d) on recommendation 4, the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment be asked to undertake a high-level evidence-based appraisal of the viability of a bus pass for young people.  However, it be noted that the Task Group report does not provide sufficient evidence to warrant such a scheme at the present.  Such a pass would be costly (in the region of £6m a year) and would target a group that already show some of the most sustainable travel behaviours across the whole population.

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(Councillors Atkinson, Biederman, Connett, Dewhirst and Hannaford attended in accordance with Standing Order 25(2) and spoke to this item).

 

The Cabinet considered the Report of the Task Group on Air Quality and Congestion (Minute *72), and noted that the Corporate Infrastructure and Regulatory Services Scrutiny Committee had, at its meeting on 12 June 2018, RESOLVED

 

‘that the Task Group and recommendations be commended to the Cabinet with a view to undertaking further work on this issue as appropriate’.

 

It was MOVED by Councillor Croad, SECONDED by Councillor Hart and

 

RESOLVED

 

(a) that the Scrutiny Task Group be thanked for their Report on Air Quality and Congestion;

 

(b) that  Cabinet welcomes the Report and is pleased to see that the five recommendations outlined in the report follow a long-term behaviour change approach to tackling the identified challenges;

 

(c) recommendations 1,2 3, and 5 of the Report be supported and the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment be asked to progress work to deliver on these.  The recommendations align with current Council strategy for tackling air quality and offer good value for money;

 

(d) on recommendation 4, the Head of Planning, Transportation and Environment be asked to undertake a high-level evidence-based appraisal of the viability of a bus pass for young people.  However, it be noted that the Task Group Report does not provide sufficient evidence to warrant such a scheme at the present.  Such a pass would be costly (in the region of £6m a year) and would target a group that already show some of the most sustainable travel behaviours across the whole population.

STANDING ITEMS

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Question(s) from Members of the Public

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There was no question from a Member of the public.

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Minutes pdf icon PDF 86 KB

Minutes of the bodies shown below are circulated herewith for information or endorsement as indicated therein:

 

Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education -  5 June 2018

Devon Education Forum – 20 June 2018

Devon Audit Partnership -  20 June 2018

 

[NB: Minutes of County Council Committees are published on the Council’s Website:

Minutes of the Devon Education (Schools) Forum:  

Minutes of the South West Waste Partnership

Minutes of the Devon & Cornwall Police & Crime Panel

 

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It was MOVED by Councillor Hart, SECONDED by Councillor McInnes, and

 

RESOLVED that the Minutes of the following and any recommendations to Cabinet therein be approved:

 

Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education -  5 June 2018

Devon Education Forum – 20 June 2018

Devon Audit Partnership -  20 June 2018

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Delegated Action/Urgent Matters pdf icon PDF 37 KB

The Registers of Decisions taken by Members under the urgency provisions or delegated powers will be available for inspection at the meeting in line with the Council’s Constitution and Regulation 13 of the Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to Information) (England) Regulations 2012.  A summary of such decisions taken since the last meeting is attached.

 

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The Registers of Decisions taken by Members under the urgency provisions or delegated powers were available for inspection at the meeting in line with the Council’s Constitution and Regulation 13 of the Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to Information) (England) Regulations 2012; a summary of decisions taken since the last meeting had been published with the Agenda for this meeting. Decisions taken by Officers under any express authorisation of the Cabinet or other Committee or under any general authorisation within the Council’s Scheme of Delegation set out in Part 3 of the Council’s Constitution may be viewed at  https://new.devon.gov.uk/democracy/officer-decisions/

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Forward Plan pdf icon PDF 87 KB

In accordance with the Council’s Constitution, the Cabinet is requested to review the list of forthcoming business (previously circulated) and to determine which items are to be defined as key and/or framework decisions and included in the Plan from the date of this meeting.

 

[NB: The Forward Plan is available on the Council's website at:http://democracy.devon.gov.uk/mgListPlans.aspx?RPId=133&RD=0&bcr=1 ]

 

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In accordance with the Council’s Constitution, the Cabinet reviewed the Forward Plan and determined those items of business to be defined as key and framework decisions (including the addition of the Community Health and Care Services Award (Part 2) and included in the Plan from the date of this meeting onwards reflecting the requirements of the Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to Information) (England) Regulations 2012 (at http://democracy.devon.gov.uk/mgListPlans.aspx?RPId=133&RD=0)