{meta} Agenda for Council on Wednesday, 17 July 2019, 9.30 am

Agenda

Venue: Council Chamber, Salford Civic Centre, Chorley Road, Swinton

Contact: Mike Relph, Senior Democratic Services Advisor 

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Items
No. Item

1.

Minute's silence and reflection for the victims of the Srebrenica Massacre July 1995

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2.

Any announcements or special business (including the submission of any urgent business) introduced by the Chair.

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3.

Apologies for absence

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4.

Declaration of Interests

Disclosure by Members of “Disclosable Pecuniary Interests” (as defined by The Relevant Authorities (Disclosable Pecuniary Interests) Regulations 2012), and Members’ “Personal Interests” in accordance with paragraph 12.1 of Salford City Council’s Code of Conduct for Members.  

 

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9.40 AM

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5.

Minutes of meeting held on 18 May 2019 pdf icon PDF 454 KB

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9.45 AM

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6.

Public Questions

1. From Mrs Carol Boyce

 

“ What are Salford City Council going to do to ensure Boddan Lodge Over 60’s Club Monton Green, can continue to serve the older people of Salford and to make positive contributions to their health, wellbeing and social support networks?”

 

2. From Mr Paul Wilson

 

" Why have ward Councillors,  the Council and the Neighbourhood Manager not facilitated the reinstatement of the Community Committee as promised, so that the residents of Swinton South (like other wards in the city) have a Community Committee that meets in the evenings at least every other month."

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10.15 AM

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7.

Receipt of Petitions/Communications

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10.20 AM

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8.

EU Elections 23 June 2019 and New Walkden South Election 20 June 2019 Results pdf icon PDF 57 KB

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9.

Notification/Appointment of Cabinet 2019/20 pdf icon PDF 47 KB

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10.

Membership of Committees and Panels 2019/20 pdf icon PDF 92 KB

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11.

Appointment of Representatives to Outside Bodies 2019/20 pdf icon PDF 147 KB

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12.

Appointment of Independent Persons to Assist Monitoring Officer pdf icon PDF 57 KB

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13.

Service Re-alignment, Public Health and Leadership Changes pdf icon PDF 267 KB

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14.

Review of AGMA Constitution pdf icon PDF 66 KB

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10.35 AM

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15.

Notice of Motion - Climate Emergency Declaration

To be moved by Councillor Kate Lewis and seconded by Councillor Sharmina August:-

 

Climate Emergency Declaration

 

Salford City Council notes the findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report ‘Global warming of 1.5°C’ published on 8 October 2018, in particular:

 

o   That human activities are estimated to have already caused approximately 1.0°C of global warming above pre-industrial levels;

o   That if we continue at the current rate, we are likely to surpass the Paris Agreement target of 1.5°C as early as 2030;

o   That at the current level of commitments, the world is on course for 3°C of warming with irreversible and catastrophic consequences for humans and the natural world.

 

The City Council believes that:

 

·        That the impacts of global temperature rise above 1.5°C, are so severe that governments at all levels must work together and make this their top priority.

·         As well as large-scale improvements in health and wellbeing around the world, bold climate action can deliver economic benefits in terms of new jobs, economic savings and market opportunities.

 

Therefore, Salford City Council agrees:

 

·         To declare a ‘climate emergency’.

·         To establish a new task and finish group, with a remit to:

o   Seek advice from experts to develop a 5 Year carbon budget and set a challenging target date of 2038 for carbon neutrality in Salford;

o   Consider systematically the climate change impact of each area of the Council’s activities;

o   Make recommendations and set an ambitious timescale for reducing these impacts;

o   To assess the feasibility of requiring all risk and procurement assessments to include Carbon Emission Appraisals, including presenting alternative approaches which reduce emissions wherever possible.

o   Report to full Council with the actions the Council needs to take to address this emergency.

·         To task a Director level officer with responsibility for reducing as rapidly as possible, the carbon emissions resulting from the Council’s activities.

·         To equip all our staff with an awareness of the CO2 costs and impacts of everyday activities, and the ability and motivation to reduce emissions through widespread Carbon Literacy

·         To produce a report to the next Full Council on the level of investment in the fossil fuel industry that our pensions plan and other investments have.

·         That the City Mayor will write to the Prime Minister to inform her that Salford City Council has declared a climate emergency and ask her to provide the resources and powers necessary to deal with it.

 

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INTERVAL 10.50 AM

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11.00 AM

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16.

Statement of the Elected City Mayor

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Please note in relation to items 17, 18, 19, 20   and 21 below, it is requested that, wherever possible, any questions are submitted in writing and e-mailed to the Democratic Services Section at decisionmakingandscrutiny@salford.gov.uk by no later than 48 hours before the meeting (i.e. by 9.30 am on Monday, 15 July 2019).

 

11.20 AM

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17.

General Questions or Comments to the Elected City Mayor

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11.40 AM

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18.

General Questions or Comments to Cabinet Members on the discharge of responsibilities within their portfolios

·         Cllr Paula Boshell - Statutory Deputy City Mayor 

·         Cllr John Merry - Deputy City Mayor and Lead Member for

Children’s and Young People’s Services

·         Cllr Bill Hinds - Lead Member for Finance and Support Services

·         Cllr Tracy Kelly - Lead Member for Housing and Neighbourhoods 

·         Cllr David Lancaster - Lead Member for Environment

            and Community Safety

·         Cllr Derek Antrobus - Lead Member for Planning

            and Sustainable Development

·         Cllr Gina Reynolds - Lead Member for Adult Services,

Health and Wellbeing

·         Cllr John Ferguson - Lead Member for Workforce

              and Industrial Relations

 

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12.10 AM

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19.

General Questions or Comments to Chairs of Scrutiny Panels

·         Cllr David Jolley - Overview and Scrutiny Board

·         Cllr Adrian Brocklehurst - Children’s Scrutiny Panel

·         Cllr Tanya Burch - Community and Neighbourhoods Scrutiny Panel

·         Cllr Margaret Morris - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Panel

·         Cllr Kate Lewis - Growth and Prosperity Scrutiny Panel

 

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12.20 PM

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20.

General Questions or Comments on the discharge of functions of Joint Authorities and Outside Bodies

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21.

Scheduled Reports from Board Members pdf icon PDF 109 KB

The following reports are submitted for information with the intention they be noted. Members who have any questions, or require further information on the contents of these reports, are in the first instance advised to contact the representatives respectively indicated:-

 

·         ForHousing Board (Cllrs Bellamy and Dawson)

·         Windsor Albion Co-operative (Cllr Gina Reynolds)

·         Stadium Joint Venture Company (Cllrs Boshell and Lancaster)

·         Working Class Movement Library (Cllr Ferguson) (to follow/be tabled)

 

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SCHEDULED FINISH 12.30 pm

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