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72.

Chair's Announcement

Minutes:

The Chair of the Council, Councillor Sue Livings, asked that a minutes silence be held following the deaths of John McCree and Harry Talbot. They were both Councillors and Chairs of Harlow Council.

73.

Apologies for Absence

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillors Ian Beckett, Karen Clempner and Mike Garnett.

74.

Declarations of Interest

Councillors’ declarations of interest (if any) in relation to any items on the agenda.

Minutes:

Councillor Bill Pryor declared that, in accordance with Section 106 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992 he would not be voting on Agenda Item 13f, General Fund Budget 2016/17.

 

Councillors Simon Carter, Bob Davis and John Strachan each declared a non-pecuniary interest in items 13 d-j, as they received one-off honorariums for work carried out in 2016 during the mobilisation of HTS in their roles as Council appointed members of the HTS Board.

75.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 45 KB

To agree the minutes of the meeting held on 14 December 2017.

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the minutes of the meeting held on 14 December 2017 are agreed as a correct record and signed by the Chair, subject to the inclusion Councillor Jean Clark on the list of attendees.

76.

Communications from the Chair

Minutes:

The Chair thanked Councillor Maggie Hulcoop for covering for her whilst she was in hospital.

 

Councillor Livings advised that she had attended various events including Open 18 Art Exhibition and the Harlow Holocaust remembrance service.

 

The Chair reminded Councillors of her Civic Dinner which is being held on 23 March 2018 and advised that she is currently trying to arrange a Sculpture Tour to show other dignitaries, all of Harlow’s treasured sculptures.

77.

Election of Leader of the Council

The Chair will call for nominations for appointment of Leader of the Council (if there is more than one nomination, there will be a vote in the usual way).

 

The Chair will declare the successful nominee to be elected.

Minutes:

Councillor Mark Wilkinson proposed and Councillor Jean Clark seconded the nomination of Councillor Emma Toal.

 

RESOLVED that Councillor Emma Toal is elected as Leader of the Council.

78.

Appointment to the Cabinet

The Chair will call for the Leader to announce his/her Deputy Leader and appointments to the Cabinet.

Minutes:

Councillor Emma Toal announced her Cabinet as follows:

 

Councillor Mark Ingall                   Deputy Leader and Portfolio Holder for Youth and Community.

Councillor Mike Danvers              Portfolio Holder for Resources.

Councillor Tony Durcan             Portfolio Holder for Regeneration and Enterprise.

Councillor Waida Forman            Portfolio Holder for Governance

Councillor Danny Purton            Portfolio Holder for Environment.

Councillor Mark Wilkinson          Portfolio holder for Housing.

79.

Appointment to Committees, Sub-Committees and Panels pdf icon PDF 43 KB

The Chair will call for nominations to vacant positions on the list of Appointments to Committees, Sub-Committees.

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED that:

 

A     Councillors are appointed as members/substitute members of Council Committees, sub Committees and Panels as appended to the minutes.

 

B    Chair and Vice-Chairs of Committees, Sub Committees and Panels are appointed as appended to the minutes.

80.

Appointment of Council Representatives on Outside Bodies pdf icon PDF 54 KB

The Chair will call for nominations for appointment to vacant positions on the list ofCouncil representatives on outside bodies.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

RESOLVED that the Council representatives nominated for appointment to the outside bodies are agreed as appended to the minutes.

 

81.

Petitions from the Public

Minutes:

None.

82.

Questions from the Public

Minutes:

None.

83.

Questions from Councillors

Minutes:

None.

84.

Motions from Councillors

84a

Houses of Multiple Occupation

Proposed by Councillor Danny Purton (seconded by Councillor Mike Danvers):

 

This Council will oppose the conversion of family homes into Houses of Multiple Occupation where it threatens social cohesion, and will use whatever means necessary including enforcement of covenants to defend our communities.

 

We recognise the housing needs of all sections of the community and will accept appropriate HMO conversions where it is not opposed by neighbouring residents.

 

We call on the Council to bring forward a procedure which will guide officers in the implementation of this policy.

Minutes:

Councillor Danny Purton (seconded by Councillor Danvers) advised his colleagues that he would be withdrawing the motion as it was originally written to address the absence of a Corporate Policy. However he is now satisfied that the Council is moving towards a solution in the shortest possible time.

85.

References from Cabinet and Committees

85a

Referral from Licensing Committee - Tinted Windows in Private Hire Vehicles pdf icon PDF 166 KB

The Licensing Committee recommended to Full Council that the Licensed Vehicle Standards regarding tinted windows in Private Hire Vehicles be amended to permit tinted glass windows, provided that they are only supplied as standard by the original vehicle manufacturer and comply with current vehicle Construction and Use Regulations 1986 (as amended) with respect to the fitting of tinted, opaque, darkened or privacy glass windows. Do-it-yourself window tint film kits are not permissible.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The above Committee recommended to Full Council that the Licensed Vehicle Standards regarding tinted windows in Private Hire Vehicles be amended to permit tinted glass windows, provided that they are only supplied as standard by the original vehicle manufacturer and comply with current vehicle Construction and Use Regulations 1986 (as amended) with respect to the fitting of tinted, opaque, darkened or privacy glass windows. Do-it-yourself window tint film kits are not permissible.

 

Proposed by Councillor Laine Shears (seconded by Councillor Edna Stevens) it was:

 

            RESOLVED that the above recommendation be approved.

 

85b

Referral from Licensing Committee - Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Enforcement Policy pdf icon PDF 107 KB

The Licensing Committee recommended to Full Council that the revised and updated Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Enforcement Policy, as set out in Appendix 2 of the report, be approved, subject to the following amendments under the heading of ‘Licensing Sub-Committee’:

 

A       The fourth bullet point under ‘where cases are referred to the Licensing Sub-Committee, the Licensing Team will:’ be amended to read:

 

‘Allow the licence holder (with or without representation) the opportunity to address the Sub-Committee to present his/her case and provide supporting evidence.’;

 

B       The final paragraph to read:

 

‘In situations where immediate action is required to secure public safety, or the licensing authority is unable to convene a Licensing Sub-Committee within a reasonable time, the  Environment and Licensing Manager shall, under delegated authority and in consultation with the Chair or Vice-Chair of the Licensing Committee, take action.’

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The above Committee recommended to Full Council that the revised and updated Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Enforcement Policy, as set out in Appendix 2 of the report, be approved, subject to the following amendments under the heading of ‘Licensing Sub-Committee’:

 

A     The fourth bullet point under ‘where cases are referred to the Licensing Sub-Committee, the Licensing Team will:’ be amended to read:

 

‘Allow the licence holder (with or without representation) the opportunity to address the Sub-Committee to present his/her case and provide supporting evidence.’;

 

B    The final paragraph to read:

 

‘In situations where immediate action is required to secure public safety, or the licensing authority is unable to convene a Licensing Sub-Committee within a reasonable time, the  Environment and Licensing Manager shall, under delegated authority and in consultation with the Chair or Vice-Chair of the Licensing Committee, take action.’

 

Proposed by Councillor Lanie Shears (seconded by Councillor Edna Stevens) it was:

 

RESOLVED that the above recommendations be approved.

 

85c

Referral from Licensing Committee - Driver Assessment pdf icon PDF 146 KB

The Licensing Committee recommended to Full Council that proposals for additional providers of driver assessment in accord with DVSA criteria for the purposes of Hackney Carriage and private hire driver licensing, as set out in paragraph 7 of the report, be approved.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The above Committee recommended to Full Council that proposals for additional providers of driver assessment in accord with DVSA criteria for the purposes of Hackney Carriage and private hire driver licensing, as set out in paragraph 7 of the report, be approved

 

Proposed by Councillor Laine Shears (seconded by Councillor Edna Stevens) it was:

 

            RESOLVED that the above recommendation be approved.

 

85d

Referral from Cabinet - Corporate Plan 2018/19 pdf icon PDF 122 KB

Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

 

A     The update to the Corporate Plan 2018/19, attached as Appendix A to the report, be adopted.

 

B    Authority be delegated to the Acting Managing Director, in consultation with the Deputy Leader of the Council, to make minor and inconsequential amendments to the Corporate Plan.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

 

A     The update to the Corporate Plan 2018/19, attached as Appendix A to the report, be adopted.

 

B    Authority be delegated to the Acting Managing Director, in consultation with the Deputy Leader of the Council, to make minor and inconsequential amendments to the Corporate Plan.

 

Proposed by Councillor Emma Toal (seconded by Councillor Mike Danvers) it was:

 

            RESOLVED the above recommendations be approved.

85e

Referral from Cabinet - Medium Term Financial Strategy 2018/19 pdf icon PDF 265 KB

Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

 

A     That the Medium Term Financial Strategy for 2018/19 to 2020/21 be adopted.

 

B    That the planned Council Tax freeze for 2018/19 as set out in the Medium Term Financial Plan be approved.

 

C    That the proposals in relation to reserves as set out in the report at paragraphs 23 to 29 and contained within Section 8 of the Medium Term Financial Strategy be approved.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

 

A     That the Medium Term Financial Strategy for 2018/19 to 2020/21 be adopted.

 

B    That the planned Council Tax freeze for 2018/19 as set out in the Medium Term Financial Plan be approved.

 

C    That the proposals in relation to reserves as set out in the report at paragraphs 23 to 29 and contained within Section 8 of the Medium Term Financial Strategy be approved

 

Proposed by Councillor Emma Toal (seconded by Councillor Mike Danvers) it was:

 

            RESOLVED the above recommendations be approved.

 

85f

Referral from Cabinet - General Fund Budget 2018/19 pdf icon PDF 376 KB

Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

 

A     The General Fund estimates for 2018/19, as set out in Appendix A to the report, be approved.

 

B    The proposed transfers between the General Fund and Earmarked Reserves, referred to in paragraphs 19 and 21 of the report and set out in Appendix C to the report, be approved.

 

C    The proposed Fees and Charges, as set out in Appendix E to the report, be approved.

 

D    The Pay Policy Statement, as set out in Appendix G to the report, be approved.

 

E     The Council’s Band D Council Tax for 2018/19 be set at £272.28 representing a Council Tax freeze for the forthcoming year.

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

 

A     The General Fund estimates for 2018/19, as set out in Appendix A to the report, be approved.

 

B    The proposed transfers between the General Fund and Earmarked Reserves, referred to in paragraphs 19 and 21 of the report and set out in Appendix C to the report, be approved.

 

C    The proposed Fees and Charges, as set out in Appendix E to the report, be approved.

 

D    The Pay Policy Statement, as set out in Appendix G to the report, be approved.

 

E     The Council’s Band D Council Tax for 2018/19 be set at £272.28 representing a Council Tax freeze for the forthcoming year.

 

As required under The Local Authorities (Standing Orders (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2014 the vote was recorded. Details of the vote are listed below.

 

Proposed by Councillor Emma Toal (seconded by Councillor Mike Danvers) it was:

 

            RESOLVED the above recommendations be approved.

Recorded Vote
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  • 85g

    Referral from Cabinet - Housing Revenue Account Business Plan 2017- 2047 pdf icon PDF 216 KB

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    A     The Housing Revenue Account (HRA) Business Plan, as set out in Appendix A to the report, be approved, subject to the following amendments.

     

                  i.        The fourth bullet point of paragraph 2.4 to read “Huge housing growth potential, with space for up to 16,000 new homes in and around Harlow in the current local plan period, with the potential for more in the future within the Gilston Park development, along with a Garden Town project underway.”

     

                ii.        The fifth bullet point of paragraph 2.4 to read “£250m investment in Harlow Enterprise Zone, building on Harlow’s ICT (Information and Communications Technology) and manufacturing legacy, and creating up to 5,000 new jobs.”

     

    B    Authority be delegated to the Acting Managing Director, in consultation with the Portfolio Holder for Housing, to make minor amendments to the Plan, if necessary, following consultation.

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    A     The Housing Revenue Account (HRA) Business Plan, as set out in Appendix A to the report, be approved, subject to the following amendments.

     

                        (i)        The fourth bullet point of paragraph 2.4 to read “Huge housing growth potential, with space for up to 16,000 new homes in and around Harlow in the current local plan period, with the potential for more in the future within the Gilston Park development, along with a Garden Town project underway.”

     

                      (ii)        The fifth bullet point of paragraph 2.4 to read “£250m investment in Harlow Enterprise Zone, building on Harlow’s ICT (Information and Communications Technology) and manufacturing legacy, and creating up to 5,000 new jobs.”

     

    B    Authority be delegated to the Acting Managing Director, in consultation with the Portfolio Holder for Housing, to make minor amendments to the Plan, if necessary, following consultation.

     

    Proposed by Councillor Emma Toal (seconded by Councillor Mike Danvers) it was:

     

                RESOLVED the above recommendations be approved.

     

    85h

    Referral from Cabinet - Housing Revenue Account Budget 2018/19 pdf icon PDF 369 KB

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    A     The rent reductions for individual dwellings as set out in paragraph 31 of the report are effective from 2 April 2018. This equates to an average weekly rent of £90.74 a statutory reduction of one percent.

     

    B    Service charges for individual dwellings, as set out in paragraphs 23 to 30 of the report are effective from 2 April 2018 for tenants and 1 April 2018 for leaseholders. This equates to an average weekly service charge to tenants of £2.03.

     

    C    Heating charges as set out in paragraphs 32 to 41 of the report are effective from 2 April 2018 for tenants and 1 April 2018 for leaseholders. Average weekly general needs charges are £6.53per week (leaseholders £13.60 per week, equivalent) and, for sheltered accommodation, £5.25 per week.

     

    D    Garage rents are increased by five percent, to £9.68 per week (for a standard garage) and proportionate increases for other garages, car ports and car spaces, from 2 April 2018, as set out in paragraphs 42 and 43 of the report.

     

    E     Housing related support charges are as set out in paragraphs 16 to 22 and Table 1 of the report be approvedfor service users effective from 1 April 2018.

     

    F     Service charges in respect of communal window cleaning in sheltered and general needs properties and communal cleaning at Sumners Farm Close be unpooled from rent with effect from 2 April 2018, as set out in Paragraph 21 of the report.

     

    G    Other charges set out in paragraphs 44 to 46 of the report be approved with effect from 1 April 2018.

     

    H    The growth and savings outlined in paragraphs 49 and 50 of the report in respect of 2018/19 are approved.

     

    I       The Housing Revenue Account (HRA) budget as set out at Appendix A to the report be approved.

     

    J     A minimum HRA working balance will be £4 million with £2.5 million at 31 March 2018 being the minimum level and with an additional £1.5 million added as an allowance towards any additional expenditure required as a result of the Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry. The initial report is due to be published in 2018/19.

     

    Minutes:

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    A     The rent reductions for individual dwellings as set out in paragraph 31 of the report are effective from 2 April 2018. This equates to an average weekly rent of £90.74 a statutory reduction of one percent.

     

    B    Service charges for individual dwellings, as set out in paragraphs 23 to 30 of the report are effective from 2 April 2018 for tenants and 1 April 2018 for leaseholders. This equates to an average weekly service charge to tenants of £2.03.

     

    C    Heating charges as set out in paragraphs 32 to 41 of the report are effective from 2 April 2018 for tenants and 1 April 2018 for leaseholders. Average weekly general needs charges are £6.53per week (leaseholders £13.60 per week, equivalent) and, for sheltered accommodation, £5.25 per week.

     

    D    Garage rents are increased by five percent, to £9.68 per week (for a standard garage) and proportionate increases for other garages, car ports and car spaces, from 2 April 2018, as set out in paragraphs 42 and 43 of the report.

     

    E     Housing related support charges are as set out in paragraphs 16 to 22 and Table 1 of the report be approvedfor service users effective from 1 April 2018.

     

    F     Service charges in respect of communal window cleaning in sheltered and general needs properties and communal cleaning at Sumners Farm Close be unpooled from rent with effect from 2 April 2018, as set out in Paragraph 21 of the report.

     

    G    Other charges set out in paragraphs 44 to 46 of the report be approved with effect from 1 April 2018.

     

    H    The growth and savings outlined in paragraphs 49 and 50 of the report in respect of 2018/19 are approved.

     

    I       The Housing Revenue Account (HRA) budget as set out at Appendix A to the report be approved.

     

    J     A minimum HRA working balance will be £4 million with £2.5 million at 31 March 2018 being the minimum level and with an additional £1.5 million added as an allowance towards any additional expenditure required as a result of the Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry. The initial report is due to be published in 2018/19.

     

    Proposed by Councillor Emma Toal (seconded by Councillor Mike Danvers) it was:

     

                RESOLVED the above recommendations be approved.

    85i

    Referral from Cabinet - Capital Programmes 2017/18 - 2022/23 pdf icon PDF 484 KB

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    Housing Capital Programme

     

    A     The Housing Capital programme 2018/19 as set out in Appendices A and B to the report, be approved.

     

    B    The forecast programme for the period 2019/20 to 2022/23, as set out in Appendices A and B to the report, be noted.

     

    C    The Housing Capital Programme 2017/18 revised outturn of £20,777,000 be approved.

     

    Non Housing Capital Programme

     

    D    The Non Housing Capital Programme for 2018/19, as set out in Appendices C and D to the report, be approved.

     

    E     The Non Housing Capital Programme forecast for 2019/20 to 2022/23, as set out in Appendices C and D to the report, be noted.

     

    F     Aggregate borrowing of £8,510,000 up to 31 March 2018, and a further £9,785,000, in 2018/19 to be approved to support the Non Housing Capital Programme.

     

    G    The revised Non Housing Capital Programme 2017/18, as set out in paragraphs 21 to 30 of the report, be approved.

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    Housing Capital Programme

     

    A     The Housing Capital programme 2018/19 as set out in Appendices A and B to the report, be approved.

     

    B    The forecast programme for the period 2019/20 to 2022/23, as set out in Appendices A and B to the report, be noted.

     

    C    The Housing Capital Programme 2017/18 revised outturn of £20,777,000 be approved.

     

    Non Housing Capital Programme

     

    D    The Non Housing Capital Programme for 2018/19, as set out in Appendices C and D to the report, be approved.

     

    E     The Non Housing Capital Programme forecast for 2019/20 to 2022/23, as set out in Appendices C and D to the report, be noted.

     

    F     Aggregate borrowing of £8,510,000 up to 31 March 2018, and a further £9,785,000, in 2018/19 to be approved to support the Non Housing Capital Programme.

     

    G    The revised Non Housing Capital Programme 2017/18, as set out in paragraphs 21 to 30 of the report, be approved.

     

    Councillor Simon Carter (seconded by Councillor Andrew Johnson) moved an amendment to the Capital Programmes circulated as part of the supplementary agenda.

     

    The amendment was lost

     

    A vote on the original recommendations was proposed by Councillor Emma Toal (seconded by Councillor Mike Danvers), it was:

     

                RESOLVED that the above recommendations be approved.

    85j

    Referral from Cabinet - Treasury Management Strategy 2018/19 pdf icon PDF 133 KB

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    A     The proposed revised Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2018/19 (attached as Appendix A) be approved for implementation with immediate effect, including specifically:

     

                  i.        The Prudential Indicators (set out in Annex C of the Statement).

     

                ii.        The Treasury Management Indicators (set out in paragraphs 65 to 69 of the Statement).

     

               iii.        The Borrowing Strategy (set out in paragraphs 26 to 38).

     

               iv.        The Investment Strategy (set out in paragraphs 39 to 61).

     

                v.        The Minimum Revenue Provision Statement (Annex D of the Statement).

     

               vi.        The reporting arrangements (Annex E of the Statement).

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    A     The proposed revised Treasury Management Strategy Statement 2018/19 (attached as Appendix A) be approved for implementation with immediate effect, including specifically:

     

                                (i)        The Prudential Indicators (set out in Annex C of the Statement).

     

                              (ii)        The Treasury Management Indicators (set out in paragraphs 65 to 69 of the Statement).

     

                             (iii)        The Borrowing Strategy (set out in paragraphs 26 to 38).

     

                             (iv)        The Investment Strategy (set out in paragraphs 39 to 61).

     

                              (v)        The Minimum Revenue Provision Statement (Annex D of the Statement).

     

                             (vi)        The reporting arrangements (Annex E of the Statement).

     

    Proposed by Councillor Emma Toal (seconded by Councillor Mike Danvers) it was:

     

    RESOLVED that the above recommendations be approved.

    85k

    Referral from Cabinet - New Governance Arrangements for the Approval of the Council's Statement of Accounts pdf icon PDF 196 KB

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    A     The Constitution is amended, as set out in Appendices A and B to the original report, to give authority to the Audit and Standards Committee to approve the Annual Governance Statement and Statement of Accounts.

     

    B    The Constitution is amended, as set out in Appendix B, so that the Chair of the Audit and Standards Committee, rather than the Leader of the Council, is given the authority to sign-off the Annual Governance Statement and Statement of Accounts.

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    A     The Constitution is amended, as set out in Appendices A and B to the original report, to give authority to the Audit and Standards Committee to approve the Annual Governance Statement and Statement of Accounts.

     

    B    The Constitution is amended, as set out in Appendix B, so that the Chair of the Audit and Standards Committee, rather than the Leader of the Council, is given the authority to sign-off the Annual Governance Statement and Statement of Accounts.

     

    Proposed by Councillor Mike Danvers (seconded by Councillor Waida Forman) it was:

     

    RESOLVED that the above recommendations be approved.

    85l

    Referral from Cabinet - Working Groups, Parties and Panels pdf icon PDF 107 KB

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    A     The Constitution is amended as set out in Appendix A to the report, subject to the following additional wording to paragraph 4a “adhering to the principle of political balance where practicable.”

     

    B    The terms of reference of all Working Groups and Panels shall be included in the Constitution.

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Cabinet recommended to Full Council that:

     

    A     The Constitution is amended as set out in Appendix A to the report, subject to the following additional wording to paragraph 4a “adhering to the principle of political balance where practicable.”

     

    B    The terms of reference of all Working Groups and Panels shall be included in the Constitution.

     

    Proposed by Councillor Mike Danvers (seconded by Councillor Waida Forman) it was:

     

    RESOLVED that the above recommendations be approved.

     

    86.

    Reports from Officers

    86a

    Appointment of Managing Director pdf icon PDF 126 KB

    Minutes:

    Full Council considered a report to appoint Brian Keane as the permanent Managing Director of the Council, as well as its statutory Head of Paid Service, Returning Officer and Electoral Registration Officer

     

    Proposed by Councillor Emma Toal (seconded by Councillor Mark Ingall) it was:

     

    RESOLVED that:

     

    A     Brian Keane, Acting Managing Director, is appointed as the Council’s permanent Managing Director with immediate effect. This will include the duties of the Council’s statutory Head of Paid Service, Returning Officer and Electoral Registration Officer.

     

    B    Jane Greer, Head of Community Wellbeing, continues to act as Monitoring Officer until a Head of Governance is appointed.

     

    87.

    Minutes of Cabinet and Committee Meetings

    To note the following Cabinet and Committee minutes:

    Minutes:

                RESOLVED that the minutes of the following meetings are noted.

    87a

    Minutes of meeting Thursday, 7 December 2017 of Cabinet pdf icon PDF 44 KB

    87b

    Minutes of meeting Wednesday, 13 December 2017 of Development Management Committee pdf icon PDF 21 KB

    87c

    Minutes of meeting Wednesday, 17 January 2018 of Development Management Committee pdf icon PDF 30 KB

    87d

    Minutes of meeting Tuesday, 23 January 2018 of Licensing Committee pdf icon PDF 344 KB

    88.

    Matters of Urgent Business

    Minutes:

    None.