Agenda and minutes

Tuesday, 12th December, 2017 6.30 pm

Venue: Civic Centre, High Road, Wood Green, N22 8LE. View directions

Contact: Ayshe Simsek, Principal Committee Co-ordinator 


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The chair of the meeting has the discretion to terminate or suspend filming or recording, if in his or her opinion continuation of the filming, recording or reporting would disrupt or prejudice the proceedings, infringe the rights of any individual or may lead to the breach of a legal obligation by the Council.

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The Leader referred to agenda item 1, as shown on the agenda  in respect of filming at the meeting and Members noted this information.



To receive any apologies for absence.

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Apologies for absence were submitted from Councillor Goldberg.


Urgent Business

The Chair will consider the admission of any late items of Urgent Business. (Late items of Urgent Business will be considered under the agenda item where they appear. New items of Urgent Business will be dealt with under Item  18 below. New items of exempt business will be dealt with at Item 21 below).

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There were no items of urgent business put forward.


Declarations of Interest

A Member with a disclosable pecuniary interest or a prejudicial interest in a matter who attends a meeting of the authority at which the matter is considered:


(i) must disclose the interest at the start of the meeting or when the interest becomes apparent, and

(ii) may not participate in any discussion or vote on the matter and must withdraw from the meeting room.


A Member who discloses at a meeting a disclosable pecuniary interest which is not registered in the Register of Members’ Interests or the subject of a pending notification must notify the Monitoring Officer of the interest within 28 days of the disclosure.


Disclosable pecuniary interests, personal interests and prejudicial interests are defined at Paragraphs 5-7 and Appendix A of the Members’ Code of Conduct.

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Councillor Demirci, Cabinet Member for Corporate Resources, declared a personal interest in item 11, Disposal of Fairfax Hall, Portland Gardens N4 under the Community Asset Transfer Policy.


Notice of Intention to Conduct Business in Private, any Representations Received and the Response to any such Representations

On occasions part of the Cabinet meeting will be held in private and will not be open to the public if an item is being considered that is likely to lead to the disclosure of exempt or confidential information. In accordance with the Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to Information) (England) Regulations 2012 (the “Regulations”), members of the public can make representations about why that part of the meeting should be open to the public.


This agenda contains exempt items as set out at Item [19] : Exclusion of the Press and Public.  No representations with regard to these have been received.


This is the formal 5 clear day notice under the Regulations to confirm that this Cabinet meeting will be partly held in private for the reasons set out in this Agenda.



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There were no representations relating to items on the exempt part of the agenda.


Minutes pdf icon PDF 221 KB

To confirm and sign the minutes of the meeting held on the 14 November 2017 as a correct record.

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The minutes of the meetings held on the 14th of November were agreed as a correct  record of the meeting.



To consider any requests received in accordance with Standing Orders.


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Deputation 1 – Unison – Chris Taylor


Mr Taylor spoke, on behalf of Unison, in opposition to the closure of Osborne Grove Nursing Home. Mr Taylor expressed that management were using the earliest opportunity, following the CQC [Care Quality Commission] “requires improvement” rating, to close Osborne Grove Nursing Home and to re - provide the nursing facility with an external provider. The new staff would be employed on lower wages and lower working conditions. Mr Taylor expressed that to close Osborne Grove Nursing Home would leave staff, who were mainly women and from a BAME background, without employment. Furthermore, the closure would lead to vulnerable residents having to be moved, causing undue distress and disruption to their daily lives. Mr Taylor expressed that this action was not needed, if the residential nursing home was likely to be to be re-opened, providing nursing care beds.


Mr Taylor contended that the CQC had not required the Council to close Osborne Grove Nursing Home and there had been significant improvements made, since the earlier CQC inspection findings. In Mr Taylor’s view, the CQC findings on the failings of the home, were related to senior management and governance failures. Mr Taylor, on behalf of Unison, contended that the issues with staff at the home had been exaggerated.


Mr Taylor referred to the CQC report from February 2017 where the only standard at the home rated as “good” was for caring. This was the standard that related mostly to the actions of the front line staff in the Nursing Home. He spoke favourably of staff interactions with clients and carers. He felt that there was no reason why the Nursing Home could not remain open, continuing to take forward the improvements made.


Mr Taylor further questioned how meaningful the consultation had been, given that only one option of closure had been put forward.


The decision to close Osborne Grove would consequently make staff redundant and this action conflicted with employment law, including TUPE. Mr Taylor called for Cabinet, to not close Osborne Grove. He appealed for this Nursing Home to be either run by the Council or be managed in partnership with the NHS, keeping vulnerable residents living in the Home whilst continuing improvements.


Mr Taylor further reflected that, if an elderly resident was living in a house that was not good, the Council would work to improve this. Therefore, Mr Taylor felt that the same principle should apply to Osborne Grove.


The Leader sought Mr Taylor’s view on the current overspend of £1m on the home, in light of the care quality issues and the pressing financial issues. Mr Taylor questioned whether this money was well spent as there were basic failures identified in the home which, in his view, were compounded by lack of management oversight and inconsistent audits. Mr Taylor contended that with improved processes and proper management oversight, issues at the home could have been resolved without the high level of financial investment. Also the cost of the home had increased  ...  view the full minutes text for item 122.


Matters Referred to Cabinet by the Overview and Scrutiny Committee

Cabinet will be asked to note the Environment and Community Scrutiny Panel   Review  on the  Fear of Crime and will be asked to agree the responses to the Scrutiny recommendations.


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Cabinet were asked to consider the Environment and Community Scrutiny Panel Review on the Fear of Crime which was introduced by Councillor Gallagher and considered the responses to the Scrutiny recommendations, outlined by Cllr Ayisi.



Cabinet Response to Scrutiny Review on Fear of Crime pdf icon PDF 86 KB

[Report of the Interim Director for Commercial and Operations. To be introduced by the  Cabinet Member for Communities.]Cabinet to provide a response to the recommendations arising from the Environment and Community Safety  Scrutiny Panel’s review on the Fear of Crime.

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Councillor Tim Gallagher introduced the Scrutiny Review on the Fear of Crime which he had inherited as the Chair of the Scrutiny Panel for Environment and Community Safety. He thanked Councillor Gunes, and her Panel for their considerable work on the review which was put forward for consideration and response by Cabinet.


Cllr Gallagher highlighted the key findings and recommendations of the review which were:


·         The relationship between crime and fear of crime was not straight forward and it was important that these were treated as related but distinct issues.

·         Haringey residents had some of the highest levels of fear of crime amongst London Boroughs. These levels were higher than many boroughs with similar characteristics to Haringey but with higher levels of recorded crime.

·         The Panel took evidence from a number of sources and range of interventions were discussed and identified.

·         Further clarity was needed on which interventions could be more successful so there was key recommendation for CSP [ Community Safety Partnership] to do more work on this identification.

·         It was further proposed that an action plan is compiled, taking forward effective interventions. As this action did not fall in the remit of Cabinet, it was hoped this would be considered by the CSP, going forward.

·         The Panel welcomed the proposed Housing in Multiple Occupation Additional licensing scheme, which was currently out to consultation, and will have an impact on anti- social behaviour and fear of crime.



Overall, Cllr Gallagher was pleased that a majority of the recommendations were proposed for agreement and hoped this issue remained a priority for the borough, going forward.


Cllr Ayisi, Cabinet Member for Communities responded, by thanking Cllr Gunes for leading and compiling this Scrutiny review. The recommendations put forward, were consistent with the existing and emerging Community Safety Strategy. Cllr Ayisi was pleased that the recommendations, not only related to crime/antisocial behaviour but involved services such as those contained in the portfolio of the Cabinet Member for Environment i.e. street lighting and HMO licensing. This was important, given tackling crime and the fear of crime should involve wider council service actions.


In respect of the scrutiny recommendations, the Cabinet Member explained that those which were partially agreed, reflected that work was ongoing. The recommendations which were fully agreed reflected that the required actions were already in place or soon to be actioned.


The Cabinet Member thanked the Panel and looked forward to working with them to ensure the fear of crime in the borough is reduced.




1.    To note the Scrutiny Review into the Fear of Crime set out in Appendix 2.


2.    To agree the response to the recommendations of the review set out in the Appendix 1.


Reason for Decision


The Overview and Scrutiny Committee recommendations flow from its extensive investigation and report. They set out a reasonable and measured set of requests which, where they are within the full gift of the Council are recommended for agreement. Where they rely on others the recommendation is partial agreement.


Alternative  ...  view the full minutes text for item 124.


Outcome of consultation and decision on proposal relating to Osborne Grove Nursing Home pdf icon PDF 88 KB

[Report of the Director for Adult Social Care. To be introduced by the Cabinet Member for Adult Social care and Culture.] Consultation has taken place from 17th July to 12th November 2017 on the proposal to close Osborne Grove Nursing Home following concerns about the quality of care and safety of residents. This report presents to Cabinet the feedback from consultation and other engagement with stakeholders and asks for a decision on the proposal.

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The Cabinet Member for Adults and Social Care introduced the report, which proposed the closure of the Osborne Grove Nursing Home due to significant concerns about the quality and safety of the care being provided to the residents at the Home.


In response to questions from Cllr Arthur, Connor, and Brabazon, the following information was noted:


·         There was concern across North Central London on the availability of Nursing Care beds and this continues to be an issue.


·         Since CQC [Care Quality Commission] rated Pricilla Wakefield House as “require improvements”, the Council had only placed one resident there. This was due to very exceptional circumstances to do with the family themselves wanting this place.


·         In relation to the consideration of the options appraisal, the Council were following the required process in firstly dealing with the outcome of the consultation before considering the options appraisal.


·         The higher order issue, concerned the quality of care at home. The Director for Adult Social care reminded the meeting of her statutory duty of care for the residents at Osborne Grove Nursing Home. The Director was directly accountable for the Nursing Home and regularly considered the detail around the standard of care provided to residents by staff. It was important to note, that staff performance could not be judged on demeanour and first impressions of their interaction with clients. There was a need to consider how the nutritional needs and assessed clinical needs of the clients were being addressed on a daily basis and if identified issues/concerns by staff were progressed upwards through the management line. The embargo on admissions, which had been in place for over a year, reflected the position in relation to staff as this could not be lifted because of concern about care and safety of patients.


·         The Director provided assurance that independent advocates would be employed to support and provide a voice for the clients in the closure process. The director understood the concerns of a move being traumatic for clients but evidence showed that moving to a better standard of care would mean their health improves. Therefore, there was a need to balance considerations.


·         The £1m overspend on Osborne Grove Nursing Home had arisen due to a number of reasons: the loss of contributions from CCG who have not made block contracts with the home due to the Embargo on placements put in place through the Establishment concerns process , the loss of direct contribution from clients that would have funded their care at the Home, and the additional cost of specialist staff employed because of poor staff practices. There had been significant effort to improve staffing practices. However, despite management oversight, there was still evidence of poor staff practice.


·         The interim Chief Financial Officer confirmed that the Nursing Home incurred revenue cost which could not be capitalised. The equipment at Osborne Grove was unlikely to suit capitalisation as it was small in size. Therefore, capitalisation would not make an impact on the budget overspend.


·         The Assistant Director for Commissioning  ...  view the full minutes text for item 125.


Disposal of Fairfax Hall, Portland Gardens N4 under the Community Asset Transfer Policy pdf icon PDF 384 KB

[Report of the Assistant Director  for Economic Development and Growth. To be introduced by the Leader of the Council.]Cabinet to consider the sale of the Fairfax Hall property currently occupied by the Kurdish Community Centre to the Kurdish Community Centre (KCC).

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(Clerks note - Councillor Demirci left the meeting at this point, following a declaration of a personal interest at the start of the meeting).


The Leader of the Council introduced the report which sought approval for the disposal of the Council’s freehold interest in the Kurdish Community Centre. This proposal was guided by the principles of the Council’s Community Asset Transfer policy, safeguarding the building for future community use.


The Kurdish Community Centre made a significant contribution to the community and the organisation had already funded and completed significant improvements to the building. They had further been continuing to fundraise, over a number of years, to acquire the building.


The Leader referred to the safeguards in place, following the proposed transfer of the freehold. These were set out at paragraph 4.7 and included:


·         A covenant to ensure that no redevelopment of the site and building can take place.


·         A covenant restricting use of the site and building to community use only.


·         An option that the Council would have first right of refusal to re-purchase the site if the organisation is no longer able to manage or maintain the condition of the site and building. If this happens at any point in time in the future, then the re-purchase price would be at the same consideration sum that Yek-Kurd CIC paid the Council plus an on a RPI increase.




1.    To declare the Kurdish Community Centre site (as shown in the red line Plan in Appendix 1) surplus to requirements.


2.    To authorise the disposal of the Council’s freehold interest in the Kurdish Community Centre site to Yek-Kurd CIC for a sum of £593,000 (Five Hundred and Ninety-Three Thousand Pounds) for the reasons set out paragraph 4 of this Report and on the terms and conditions set out in Appendix 2 of this Report.


Reasons for decision


The Kurdish Community Centre have long expressed a desire to acquire the freehold of the Kurdish Community Centre site. In the event that the Council would support such a position the organisation has systematically fundraised to enable them to purchase the building with the aim of continuing to provide social and economically beneficial services to the Kurdish Community and run the Centre for general Community Wellbeing.

The Cabinet on 3rd July 2017 approved a Community Asset Transfer (CAT) Policy which generally supports the transfer of Community Buildings on a leasehold basis where it can be shown that:

a)    there is a social and economic benefit,

b)    where communities can be enabled to take a long term interest in the building

c)    organisations can be better enabled to take attract long term funding


In preparation for the acquisition, a separate community asset company, Yek-Kurd CIC has been set up KCC. The Community Interest Statement states that:


 “the company will carry on its activities for the benefit of the community, or a section of the community. The company’s activities will provide benefit to Kurdish people living in London and the United Kingdom. Yek-Kurd aims  ...  view the full minutes text for item 126.


Quarterly Budget Monitoring Report pdf icon PDF 746 KB

[Report of the Interim Chief Finance Officer. To be introduced by the Cabinet Member for  Finance and Health.] Cabinet will  be provided with an update on the budget performance for the year to date and likely financial outturn position for 2017/18.

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The Cabinet Member for Finance and Health introduced the report which set out the 2017/18 quarter 2 financial position for the Council; including the Revenue, Capital, Housing Revenue Account(HRA) and Dedicated Schools Grant(DSG) Budgets.


The Cabinet Member for Finance and Health summarised the quarter 2 position as follows:

·         An overspend of £6.6m General Fund

·         An underspend £200k on the HRA [ Housing Revenue Account]

·         Priority 1 budget position as a significant improvement with a fall in projected overspend of £1m

·         Priority 2 has a worsening budget position of £2m in the budget position which could lead to an overspend of up to £3,4m for this financial year.

·         Services projecting that 49% of 2017/18 of savings will be achieved – This was a worsening from 67% position reported in quarter 1 but still in line with assessment for the MTFS which had 67% of savings rated as amber or red.



In response to questions from Councillor Morris the following information was noted:


  • Cabinet Member for Children and Families provided assurance that the Children’s Service always ensure the safety of children is the priority when making or putting forward savings.


  • In respect of reported Children’s Centre under -occupancy, the Cabinet Member underlined that this was in reference to vacancies for childcare rather than use of the Children Centre by the community. This information was provided at the recent Children’s Scrutiny Panel and could be sent through to Councillor Morris. The Children’s service was working with Children’s centres to ensure that as many children that were eligible, are taking up the child care places.


  • The Priority X overspend, included the cost of corporate project management provision to Osborne Grove and section 7.27 explained the legacy issues around the under provision for staff salaries


  • In relation to the delivery of savings, officers would still need to assess risk around the savings but the finance team will work on having a greater grip to enable the delivery of savings and guard against double counting. The savings which were not achieved would be transferred to the 18/19 budget year and there will be consideration of alternative savings to replace some savings which were not deliverable.







1.    To note the Q2 forecast revenue outturn for the General Fund of £6.6m overspend, including corporate items. (Section 5, Table 1 and Appendix 1);


2.    To note the net HRA forecast position of £0.2m underspend. (Section 5, Table 2 and Appendix 2);



3.    To note the latest capital position with forecast capital expenditure of £101.59m in 2017/18. (Section 7, Table 4);


4.    To note the risks and mitigating actions identified in the report in the context of the Council’s on-going budget management responsibilities/savings, as detailed in Appendices 3 (a) (g);



5.    To note the measures in place to reduce overspend in service areas; and


6.    To approve and note the budget virements set out in Appendix 4 of this report.

Reason for Decision

A strong financial management framework, including oversight by Members and senior management, is an essential part  ...  view the full minutes text for item 127.


Medium Term Financial Strategy 2018/19-2022/23 pdf icon PDF 901 KB

[Report of the Interim Chief Financial Officer. To be introduced by the Cabinet Member for Finance and Health.]The Cabinet will consider the Council’s Medium Term Financial Strategy 2018/19 - 2022/23 including the Capital Programme. These documents will be released for consultation and Scrutiny consideration .

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The Cabinet Member for Finance and Health introduced the report which set out the Medium Term Financial Strategy for 2018/19-2022/23 which now reflected and refined the priorities for the challenges that the Council and its residents and businesses faced. This was based on further reductions in resources over the next 5 years.


The Cabinet Member outlined that this report builds on the Medium Term Financial Strategy agreed last year. The Cabinet Member reiterated the present challenging financial period. There had been a 63% reduction in real terms to council budget at a time when more support was required to residents that were living longer with complex needs and at a time of increased homelessness. The Council had previously taken the decision to freeze Council Tax and this would continue. The levy for social care precept for adult social care to support pressures would be applied.


The Cabinet Member reminded the meeting that, in this financial year, the Council had accessed £8.8m of reserves to help smooth effects of cuts. The Council would also need to rely on reserves in 2018/19and it was proposed to access a further £7.5m. This was not sustainable long term solution but at the moment a reasonable step. The budget would therefore have a £15m gap which would need to tackled in the next and future financial years.


 In response to Councillor Morris questions:


  • Beyond 2018/19, the council tax figure in the report was modelled and subject to a decision by the next administration.


  • The budget assumes greater level of growth for adults than had been assumed in February 2017 budget. The Children’s budget was now protected but not assumed in Feb 2017 budget. There were only new savings assigned for P2 which the service feel is achievable but will be tested.


  • The Cabinet Member wanted to ensure back office savings were completed but where there was no impact on the efficiency of Council.
  • Overall the strategy focussed on transformation and growth and included efforts to support residents stay in their home longer and gave priority to intervention.
  • It was important to note, that by the end of the decade, the Council will rely on 86% of funding from local sources and this was why regeneration schemes were being taken forward to increase homes and businesses and in turn the income from council tax and business rates.


  • The Capital programme makes allowances for land acquisition with short term low rate borrowing methods used to fund this at the moment. The value of the acquisition will come back into the budget later on in those schemes.






  1. To note the initial budget proposals and financial planning assumptions set out in this report and note that they will be refined and updated after the provisional Local Government Finance Settlement is published in December;


  1. To consider and note that the draft 5 year MTFS 2018/19 to 2022/23 is to be reviewed at Cabinet in February 2018, and to be recommended for approval at Full Council’s meeting in February 2018  ...  view the full minutes text for item 128.


Disabled Facilities Grant Policy for Adaptations and Assistance in Haringey pdf icon PDF 112 KB

[Report of the Director for Adult Social Care Services. To be introduced by the Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Culture.]


The report outlines Haringey Council’s draft policy and approach to the delivery of its service to customers who require adaptations to their home. The draft Policy reflects legislation and statutory guidance and Cabinet is asked to approve the policy.

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The Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Culture advised that the report was deferred to the January Cabinet meeting to allow the Policy to be amended to incorporate some technical points in the document


This will ensure that the DFG policy has greater technical clarity to provide the framework and flexibility to support Haringey residents to remain in their own homes for as long as is practicable to do so.



Report to Award Contract(s) for the supply of Public Library Stock pdf icon PDF 141 KB

[Report of the interim Director for Transformation and Resources. To be introduced by the Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Culture.]


The purpose of the report is to recommend award of contract(s) to one or more suppliers for 3 principal areas of library stock: books for adults, books for children and audio-visual items, for a 3-5 year period.

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The Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Culture introduced the report which was continuing the Council investment in Libraries.


The report further sought approval to enter into call-off contract for the purchase of Library Stock with the preferred Contractors (Askews and Holts Library Services Ltd and Peters Book Selling Services) for a period of 3 years with an option to extend for a further 2 years as allowed under the Council Contracts Standing Order (CSO) 9.07.1(d) for a total contract value of not exceeding £1,000,000.




  1. That approval be given for the Council to enter into Call-off contracts with Askews and Holts Library Services Ltd and Peters Book Selling Services for purchase of library stock in accordance with CSO 7.01(b) as permitted under CSO 9.07.1(d) for a maximum value of £1,000,000.


  1. That the contract period is 1 January 2018 – 31 December 2020 (with option to extend for up to a further 2 years.

Reasons for decision

Library services contribute to key priorities 1, 2 & 3 by providing access to education, learning and employment opportunities through the resources they provide and staff expertise. They are at the heart of communities and help to foster a sense of place, helping to combat social isolation.


The purchase of stock is budgeted for and forms a fundamental part of Business as Usual. Library stock is a core element of the service. It provides communities and individuals with access to materials that facilitate learning for all ages, it supports educational attainment, helps to improve literacy levels and to get people into further education and the work place. It combats social isolation, for example though book groups and baby and toddler story times.


Failure to provide quality library stock impacts significantly on the levels of use and the ability of libraries to contribute to the Council’s priorities; it carries a reputational risk for the Council and compromises our ability to comply with the Public Libraries Act of 1964.


In order to ensure compliance with procurement legislation and ensure value for money, strategic procurement led a Mini Competition exercise in accordance with CSO 7.01(b). The ESPO Framework, Library Stock supply (ref 376F) was used. The tender was sent to six suppliers (industry leading suppliers) that were registered in the Framework Agreement. The Mini Competition was based on:

Price   50%
Quality 50%

The reason the above evaluation weighting was applied was to ensure the Council’s requirement for high quality, sensitive, accurate and critical data was met by the winning supplier/s.

The Pricing Schedule for each Lot was a shopping basket of 50 books (for Lots 1 and 2 and audio visual material for Lot 3), that suppliers were asked to bid for (net of discount of retail price).




The following is the summary of the outcome of the tender evaluation and clarification process for all Suppliers that tendered for the various Lots:

Lot 1



Price Score

Quality Score

Final Score


Askews and Holts Library Services Ltd





Supplier B  ...  view the full minutes text for item 130.


Minutes of Other Bodies pdf icon PDF 67 KB

To note the minutes of the following:


Cabinet Member signing 8 November 2017 – 10.30am

Cabinet Member signing 8 November 2017 – 11.00am

Cabinet Member signing 24  November 2017

Corporate Parenting Advisory Committee 19 October 2017




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To note the minutes of the following:


Cabinet Member signing 8 November 2017 – 10.30am

Cabinet Member signing 8 November 2017 – 11.00am

Cabinet Member signing 24 November 2017

Corporate Parenting Advisory Committee 19 October 2017



Significant and Delegated Actions pdf icon PDF 206 KB

To note the delegated and significant actions taken by Directors in November.

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To note the significant and delegated actions taken by Directors in November 2017.



New Items of Urgent Business

To consider any items admitted at Item 3 above.

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Exclusion of the Press and Public

Note from the Democratic Services &Scrutiny Manager


Item 20 and 21 allow for the consideration of exempt information in relation to items 15 &  3 respectively.




That the press and public be excluded from the remainder of the meeting as the items below contain exempt information, as defined under paragraph, 3  Part 1, schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972.



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That the press and public be excluded from the remainder of the meeting as the items below contain exempt information, as defined under paragraph, 3  Part 1, schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972.


Report to award contract(s) for the supply of Public Library Stock.

As per item 15.


As per item 130.


New Items of Exempt Urgent Business

To consider any items admitted at Item 3 above.


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