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868.

Apologies for Absence

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Apologies for absence were received from Councillors Chalk, McDonald, Walker, Ward and Willis.

869.

Declarations of Interest

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·           Councillor Arscott

Development Control Committee – 6th March 2019

Minute 755 (18/02211/FUL – Park Road Methodist Church) – Non-pecuniary interest: Surveyor mentioned in report is known to him.

 

People Scrutiny Committee – 9th April 2019

Minute 849 (Safeguarding Report); Minute 850 (Annual Education Report); Minute 852 (Schools Progress report) – non-pecuniary – Governor at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School (Assisi Trust);

 

·           Councillor Borton

 

Development Control Committee – 6th March 2019

Minute 757 (18/01122/FUL – Mariner House, 157 High Street) – Non-pecuniary interest: Resident of Mariner House is known to her.

 

People Scrutiny Committee – 9th April 2019

Minute 851 (Revenue & Capital Monitoring) – non-pecuniary – works for DWP, dealing with Universal Credit claimants;

Minute 853 (Scrutiny Committee updates – section 3 of report – EPUT) – daughter is a nurse at Basildon mental health unit;

 

Council – 17th April 2019

Item 9: Petition – Footpath across central reservation in Prittlewell Chase – non-pecuniary interest – lives in one of the roads mentioned but has not signed the petition;

 

·           Councillor Boyd

 

People Scrutiny Committee – 9th April 2019

Interest in the called in / referred items; attended pursuant to the dispensation agreed at Council on 19th July 2012, under S.33 of the Localism Act 2011;

Minute 852 (Schools Progress Report) - disqualifying non-pecuniary interest; attended pursuant to the dispensation agreed at Council on 19th July 2012, under S.33 of the Localism Act 2011;

 

·           Councillor Bright

 

Place Scrutiny Committee – 8th April 2019

Minute 841 (In-depth Scrutiny Project - Re-imagining the Town Centre in the context of the vision for Southend 2050 - Draft Final Report) – Non-pecuniary interest: Lives in High Street, Southend;

 

Council – 17th April 2019

Item 8 – Petition: High Street 2 hours free parking – non-pecuniary interest – has a business in the High Street;

 

 

 

·           Councillor Buckley

 

Cabinet Committee – 7th March 2019

Minute 764 (Objections to traffic regulation orders – Wells Avenue) – non-pecuniary interest – lobbied for parking controls in the road;

 

·           Councillor Burton

 

People Scrutiny Committee – 9th April 2019

Minutes 849 (Safeguarding Report); Minute 850 (Annual Education Report); Minute 852 (Schools Progress report) – non-pecuniary – Director of English and Maths at USP (formally SEEVIC) College and Southend schools are feeder schools;

 

·           Councillor Burzotta

 

Place Scrutiny Committee – 8th April 2019

Minute 841 (In-depth Scrutiny Project - Re-imagining the Town Centre in the context of the vision for Southend 2050 - Draft Final Report) – Non-pecuniary interest: Family business interest in the Borough;

 

Policy & Resources Scrutiny Committee – 10th April 2019

Minute 865 (In-depth Scrutiny Project) – non-pecuniary interest – family business within the borough;

 

·           Councillor Courtenay

 

Policy & Resources Scrutiny Committee – 10th April 2019

Cabinet Member - Interest in the referred items; attended pursuant to the dispensation agreed at Council on 19th July 2012, under S.33 of the Localism Act 2011;

 

·           Councillor Cox

 

Cabinet Committee – 7th March 2019

Minute 764 (Objections to Traffic Regulation  ...  view the full minutes text for item 869.

870.

Communications

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Councillor George

 

The Council welcomed Councillor Stephen George, newly elected Member for the Milton Ward.

871.

Questions from Members of the Public pdf icon PDF 62 KB

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The relevant Cabinet Members responded to written questions received from the public.

872.

Questions from Members of the Council pdf icon PDF 84 KB

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The relevant Cabinet Members responded to written questions received from Councillors Aylen, Wexham, Burton, Borton, Dent and Bright.

873.

Minutes of the Council meeting held on Thursday 21st February 2019 pdf icon PDF 163 KB

Minutes attached

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Resolved:-

 

That the Minutes of the Meeting held on Thursday 21st February 2019, be confirmed as a correct record and signed.

874.

Petition - Against New Parking Charges pdf icon PDF 36 KB

Prayer of the Petition attached

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Councillor Ayling presented a petition on behalf of local residents against the introduction of the new parking charges of £2.90 for a minimum of two hours.

 

Resolved:


That in accordance with Standing Order 15.7 the petition be referred to the Cabinet.

875.

Petition - High Street 2 hours free parking pdf icon PDF 55 KB

Prayer of the Petition attached

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Councillor Ayling presented a petition on behalf of local residents requesting the implementation of two hours free parking in the High Street.

 

Resolved:


That in accordance with Standing Order 15.7 the petition be referred to the Cabinet.

 

876.

Petition - Footpath across central reservation in Prittlewell Chase pdf icon PDF 32 KB

Prayer of the Petition attached

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Councillor Davidson presented a petition on behalf of local residents requesting the installation of a footpath across the grassed central reservation in Prittlewell Chase.

 

Resolved:


That in accordance with Standing Order 15.7 the petition be referred to the Cabinet Committee.

 

877.

Minutes of the meeting of Licensing Sub-Committee A held on Friday, 1 March 2019 pdf icon PDF 95 KB

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Resolved:


That the minutes of this meeting be noted.

878.

Minutes of the meeting of Development Control Committee held on Wednesday, 6 March 2019 pdf icon PDF 94 KB

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Resolved:

 

That the minutes of this meeting be noted.

879.

Minutes of the meeting of Cabinet Committee held on Thursday, 7 March 2019 pdf icon PDF 59 KB

Minutes attached.

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Resolved:


That the minutes of this meeting be noted.

880.

Minutes of the meeting of Cabinet held on Tuesday, 12 March 2019 pdf icon PDF 120 KB

Minutes attached

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Resolved:

 

That the minutes of this meeting be noted and the Recommendations contained in Minute 770(6) and Minute 771(5), be approved.

881.

Minutes of the meeting of the Health and Wellbeing Board held on Wednesday, 20 March 2019 pdf icon PDF 66 KB

Minutes attached.

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Resolved:

 

That the minutes of this meeting be noted.

882.

Minutes of the meeting of Audit Committee held on Wednesday, 27 March 2019 pdf icon PDF 62 KB

Minutes attached.

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Resolved:


That the minutes of this meeting be noted.

883.

Minutes of the meeting of Licensing Sub-Committee B held on Friday, 29 March 2019 pdf icon PDF 52 KB

Minutes attached

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Resolved:

 

That the minutes of this meeting be noted.

884.

Minutes of the meeting of Development Control Committee held on Wednesday 3rd April 2019 pdf icon PDF 147 KB

Minutes to follow

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Resolved:


That the minutes of this meeting be noted.

885.

Minutes of the meeting of Appeals Committee B held on Friday 5th April 2019 pdf icon PDF 51 KB

Minutes to follow

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Resolved:


That the minutes of this meeting be noted.

886.

Minutes of the meeting of Place Scrutiny Committee held on Monday 8th April 2019 pdf icon PDF 61 KB

Minutes to follow

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Resolved:


That the minutes of this meeting be noted.

887.

Minutes of the meeting of People Scrutiny Committee held on Tuesday 9th April 2019 pdf icon PDF 107 KB

Minutes to follow

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Resolved:

 

That the minutes of this meeting be noted and the recommendation in Minute 848(6), be approved.

888.

Minutes of the meeting of Policy and Resources Scrutiny Committee held on Wednesday 10th April 2019 pdf icon PDF 99 KB

Minutes to follow

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During consideration of Minutes 862 and 866 (Transport Procurement) a requisition for a named vote having been made in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 12 to refer the matter back to Cabinet, the voting was as follows:

 

For reference back:

Cllrs Aylen, Ayling, Borton, Burton, Byford, Dent, George, Gilbert, Harp, Jones, Mulroney, Nevin, Norman, Robinson, Stafford, Terry, Van Looy, Wexham and Woodley (19)

 

Against reference back:

Cllrs Arscott, Boyd, Bright, Buck, Buckley, Burzotta, Courtenay, Cox, Davidson, Dear, Evans, Flewitt, Folkard, Garne, D Garston, J Garston, Habermel, Hadley, Holland, Lamb, McGlone, McMahon, Moring, Nelson, Phillips and Salter (26)

 

Abstentions: Cllr Jarvis (1)

 

Absent: Cllrs Chalk, McDonald, Walker, Ward and Willis (5)

 

The motion for reference back was not carried.

 

During consideration of Minute 863(5) (Commissioning Framework) a requisition for a named vote having been made in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 12 to refer the matter back to Cabinet, the voting was as follows:

 

For reference back:

Cllrs Aylen, Ayling, Borton, Burton, Byford, Dent, George, Gilbert, Harp, Jones, Mulroney, Nevin, Norman, Robinson, Stafford, Terry, Van Looy, Wexham and Woodley (19)

 

Against reference back:

Cllrs Arscott, Boyd, Bright, Buck, Buckley, Burzotta, Courtenay, Cox, Davidson, Dear, Evans, Flewitt, Folkard, Garne, D Garston, J Garston, Habermel, Hadley, Holland, Lamb, McGlone, McMahon, Moring, Nelson, Phillips and Salter (26)

 

Abstentions: Cllr Jarvis (1)

 

Absent: Cllrs Chalk, McDonald, Walker, Ward and Willis (5)

 

The motion for reference back was not carried.

 

Resolved:

 

That the minutes of this meeting be noted and the recommendations contained in Minutes 862 and 866 (Transport Procurement) and Minute 863(5), be approved.

 

 

889.

Retiring Councillors

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The Worshipful the Mayor extended his thanks and appreciation on behalf of the Council to Councillors Holland and Norman MBE who were not standing for re-election on 2nd May 2019 and to those Councillors who were standing but may not be returned.

890.

Exclusion of the Public

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Resolved:

 

That, under Section 100(A)(4) of the Local Government Act 1972, the public be excluded from the meeting for the item of business set out below, on the grounds that it would involve the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in Part 1 of Schedule 12A to the Act, and that the public interest in maintaining the exemption outweighs the public interest in disclosing the information.

891.

Transport Procurement - Confidential Matters

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During consideration of Minutes 862 and 866 (Transport Procurement) of the Policy & Resources Scrutiny Committee held on 10th April 2019 concerning the commercial aspects the Council moved into Part 2 so that the confidential matters could be discussed.  The Council moved back into Part 1 for the decision.

 

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