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Constitution Change July 2019

Meeting: 24/07/2019 - Full Council (Item 81)

81 Reports of Committees pdf icon PDF 96 KB

a)     To resolve that the public be excluded from the meeting during the discussion of any items considered while the public were excluded by the relevant committee because it is likely that if members of the public were present there would be disclosure to them of exempt information as defined in the respective paragraphs of Schedule 12A to the Local Government Act 1972 referred to in the minutes of the relevant committee.

b)     To receive and consider the recommendations and any decisions of the following committees.

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Notes:

 

1.     The Mayor will call over the minutes and members will rise and indicate those items which they wish to have discussed.

2.     No discussion shall take place at this stage upon part II minutes covered by the resolution 9a) above. Any such discussion shall be deferred to item X on the agenda.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Mayor having called over the minutes set out in the agenda, the under mentioned minutes were reserved for discussion.

Meeting

Minute

Councillor

Cabinet, 8th July 2019

184 – Lower Tier Residential Development

Beaver

Cabinet, 8th July 2019

185 – Proposed Variation of the Anti Social Behaviour Public Spaces Protection Order

Foster

Cabinet, 8th July 2019

187 – Final Accounts

Lee

Cabinet, 8th July 2019

188 – Corporate Plan Retrospective Report on Performance During 2018/19 and Proposed Performance Indicator Targets for 2019/20.

Lee

 

Minute 182 of Cabinet on 8th July 2019, Constitution Change July 2019, was a matter on which the Council was required to make a decision. Under rule 13.3, the minutes were approved without being called for discussion.

Minute 183 of Cabinet on 8th July 2019, Sex Establishments Policy Review, was a matter on which the Council was required to make a decision. Under rule 13.3, the minutes were approved without being called for discussion.

Minute 191 of Cabinet on 8th July 2019, Annual Treasury Management Outturn Report 2018/19, was a matter on which the Council was required to make a decision. Under rule 13.3, the minutes were approved without being called for discussion.

Councillors debated minutes 184, 185, 187, 188 and of Cabinet on 8th July 2019. These matters did not require approval of Full Council.

No motions for reference to Overview and Scrutiny Committee or reference back to Cabinet were approved in respect of the items reserved for discussion and they were therefore received.

(The Mayor declared the meeting closed at 9.47pm)

 


Meeting: 08/07/2019 - Cabinet (Item 182)

182 Constitution Change July 2019 pdf icon PDF 115 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Chief Legal Officer submitted a report to amend the Council’s Constitution.

The amendments that the Chief Legal Officer suggested are as a result of a conflict of interest by members of the Standards Committee in considering a standards complaint necessitating changes to Part 2 of the Constitution.

Members of Working Arrangement Group were consulted and are supportive of the change.

Under rule 13.3 the recommendations of the report were agreed without being called for discussion.

RESOLVED:

To recommend that the amendment to the Council’s Constitution be adopted by Full Council.

Reasons for the decision:

The Council's Constitution is the basis for the Council's Corporate Governance.

 


 


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