Agenda

Venue: Council Chamber - Deanes. View directions

Contact: Democratic Services Team 

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Items
No. Item

1.

The Deputy Mayor for the ensuing year 2019/20

(1)          The Mayor will declare that Councillor O Cubitt was elected (at Part 1 of the Annual Full Council Meeting on 9th May 2019) to be Deputy Mayor, having been proposed by Councillor Godesen and seconded by Councillor Potter.

 

(2)          The Deputy Mayor will leave the Chamber with the Mayoral Events Co-ordinator and the Chief Executive for robing (in the foyer of the Council Chamber) and the Chief Executive will invest the Deputy Mayor with the Deputy Mayor’s Badge of office.

 

(3)          On returning, the Deputy Mayor will read and sign the Declaration of Acceptance of Office.

2.

Apologies for absence

3.

Declarations of interest

4.

Minutes of the meeting held on 28 March 2019 pdf icon PDF 431 KB

The Chair will move that the minutes of the meeting be signed as a correct record. The only part of the minutes that can be discussed is their accuracy.

5.

Announcements

6.

Election of Leader of the Council

To elect a Leader of the Council for a four year term expiring on the day of the post-election annual meeting which follows his/her election as Leader.

 

7.

Membership of Cabinet

To note those Councillors appointed by the Leader as Members of the Cabinet including the Deputy Leader.

 

8.

Officer Scheme of Delegation pdf icon PDF 215 KB

To agree the Officer Scheme of Delegation

 

Report of the Monitoring Officer

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9.

Allocation of seats to political groups pdf icon PDF 246 KB

To advise Council of the calculations relating to the allocation of seats in accordance with the Local Government and Housing Act 1989 following the borough elections on 2 May 2019.

 

10.

Appointment of Committees

To appoint Members of the Council to the following Committees for the Council year 2019/20 in accordance with the wishes of political groups, together with standing panels of substitute members:

 

1) Scrutiny Committee

2) Economic Planning and Housing Committee

3) Community Environment and Partnerships Committee

4) Manydown Overview Committee

5) Development Control Committee

6) Licensing Committee

7) Human Resources Committee

8) Audit and Accounts Committee

9) Standards Committee

10) Investigating and Disciplinary Committee (IDC)

 

11.

Election of Committee Chairs

To elect Chairmen of the following Committees for the Council year 2019/20 in accordance with the Committee Procedure Rules:

 

1) Scrutiny Committee

2) Economic Planning and Housing Committee

3) Community Environment and Partnerships Committee

4) Manydown Overview Committee

5) Development Control Committee

6) Licensing Committee

7) Human Resources Committee

8) Audit and Accounts Committee

9) Standards Committee

10) Investigating and Disciplinary Committee (IDC)

 

Note: Vice-Chairs will be appointed by Committees at their first available meeting after the annual meeting of the Council.

 

12.

Appointment to Joint Bodies

To make appointments to the following:-

 

Joint Manydown Committee

 

To appoint 4 Members.

 

The Membership to comprise of Cabinet Members and Members from the following Wards, Buckskin, North Oakley and North Waltham, Sherborne St John, Winklebury, Kempshott and Rooksdown.

 

For information the current Members are Councillors Izett, Eachus, Freeman and T Robinson.

 

Crime and Disorder Joint Scrutiny Committee

 

To appoint 3 Members to a joint Scrutiny Committee following the merger of the 3 community safety partnerships (Hart, Rushmoor and Basingstoke and Deane).

 

The membership to consist of 2 Conservatives and 1 Labour Councillor, to provide balance across the 3 authorities.

 

For information the current Member is Councillor M Taylor.

 

13.

Appointments to Outside bodies pdf icon PDF 128 KB

To make appointments to Outside Bodies. (As in previous years it is hoped that a largely agreed list of appointments will be available to Full Council on 16th May 2019, with votes only required where agreement has not been reached).

 

14.

Questions from members of the public

To receive and answer any questions from the public.

(Questions must be received in writing by Democratic Services no later than noon on Tuesday 14 May 2019)

15.

Petitions

To receive petitions.

(Notice of petitions must be received in writing by Democratic Services, no later than noon on Tuesday 14 May 2019)

16.

Arrangement for dealing with complaints against Councillors pdf icon PDF 234 KB

Recommendation from the Standards Committee held on 27 March 2019

 

1)        That the term of office for Independent Standard Assessors be set at  two years with one two year period of extension.

 

2)        That the term of office for Independent Persons be set at two years with one two year period of extension.

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17.

Adoption of Local Development Scheme for Local Plan Review pdf icon PDF 435 KB

Subject to a recommendation from the Cabinet Meeting held on 14 May 2019.

Additional documents:

18.

Notice of Motion - Ice Rink in Basingstoke

Mover:            Councillor Harvey

Seconder:      Councillor K Taylor

 

Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council is unequivocally committed to the provision of a new Ice Rink as a part of its, and its partner New River Retail, plans for a new leisure park, a rink big enough to accommodate the Basingstoke Bison. In the short to medium term the Council also commits to securing the provision of a temporary ice rink in the Borough.

 

19.

Questions from Members of the Council on notice

20.

Questions to Chair of Cabinet and/or a committee

To receive questions from members in relation to the minutes of the meetings detailed below:

 

Committee

Meeting Date

Economic Planning Housing Committee

7 March 2019

Community Environment Partnerships Committee

13 March 2019

Human Resources Committee

18 March 2019

Audit and Accounts Committee

25 March 2019

Standards Committee

27 March 2019

Council

28 March 2019

Development Control Committee

3 April 2019

 

21.

Exclusion of press and public

To consider whether, in view of the nature of the remaining items on the agenda, any of them are likely to involve the disclosure of exempt or confidential information within the terms of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972

22.

Confidential/exempt items for information