Cabinet, Monday, 21 May 2018

This meeting will be held in the Council Chamber, Mendip District Council, Shepton Mallet. The meeting will commence at 6.30 pm.

APPROVED MINUTES
Icon for pdf Approved Cabinet Minutes 21.05.18 [110.1KB]

AGENDA

1        CHAIR'S ANNOUNCEMENTS    

Mobile phones should be switched to silent.
An induction loop is fitted in the Council Chamber.  Anyone who is a hearing aid user should switch their hearing aid to position 'T'.
The Chair will explain the evacuation procedures in the event of an emergency.

2        APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE     

To receive apologies from Members who are unable to attend the meeting.

3        DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

4        PUBLIC PARTICIPATION   

a)    Items on the agenda
b)    Items not on the agenda

5        PREVIOUS MINUTES                      

To confirm the minutes of the Cabinet meeting held on 9 April 2018.
Icon for pdf Item 05 Previous Cabinet Minutes 09.04.18 [180.87KB]

6        CORPORATE ENFORCEMENT POLICY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME AND ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR (ASB) POLICY

This report aims to formalise the Council's powers in a revised all-encompassing overarching Corporate Enforcement Policy.  The accompanying Environmental & ASB Enforcement Policy sits below the Corporate Enforcement Policy as a functional stream policy. 
Icon for pdf Item 06a Revised Corporate Enforcement and Environmental Crime Enforcement Policy [271.22KB]
Icon for pdf Item 06b Revised Corporate Enforcement and Environmental Crime Enforcement Policy - Corporate Enforcement Policy [396.1KB]
Icon for pdf Item 06c Revised Corporate Enforcement and Environmental Crime Enforcement Policy - Environmental Crime Policy [435.94KB]

7        PLANNING ENFORCEMENT POLICY

This report brings forward the new Planning Enforcement Policy which is an updated version of the previous Local Planning Enforcement Plan.
Icon for pdf Item 07a Planning Enforcement Policy [98.32KB]
Icon for pdf Item 07b Planning Enforcement Policy - Appendix [395.44KB]

8          COMMERCIAL STRATEGY AND FRAMEWORK
This report presents a Commercial Strategy for the Council, which sets out the rationale for further developing its expertise and capacity in this area and outlines a framework for identifying and managing income generation opportunities.
Icon for pdf Item 08a Commercial Strategy and Framework [151.81KB]
Icon for pdf Item 08b Commercial Strategy and Framework - Appendix Strategy [604.79KB]

9        TRANSFORMATION

The Corporate Plan 2017-2020 recognises that the Council must continue on its journey of transformation.  The Commercial Strategy and Framework that Cabinet is recommended to adopt, also on this Agenda, supports this journey.
Icon for pdf Item 09 Transformation [91.59KB]

10      CAR PARKS CHARGES REVIEW 2018 - 2022

The purpose of this report is to seek Cabinet approval to a Car Park Charges Review 2018-2022 The Review includes a review of tariffs for individual car parks and season tickets/permits. 
Icon for pdf Item 10a Car Park Charges Review 2018-2022 [115.28KB]
Icon for pdf Item 10b Car Park Charges Review 2018-2022 Appendix 1 Review [684.61KB]
Icon for pdf Item 10c Car Park Charges Review 2018-2022 Appendix 2 Equality Impact Assessment Pricing Review [170.06KB]
Icon for pdf Item 10d Car Park Charges Review 2018-2022 Appendix 3 comments received [310.26KB]
Icon for pdf Item 10e Car Park Charges Review 2018-2022 Appendix 4 comments received [303.24KB]

11      2017/2018 QUARTER 4 BUDGET MONITORING AND OUTTURN REPORT

The report outlines the Budget Outturn position for 2017/18 and requests for Earmarked Reserves as part of the year end process.  The figures, once approved, will form an important element of the Statement of Accounts.
Icon for pdf Item 11 2017-18 Quarter 4 Budget Monitoring and Outturn Report [229.11KB]
Icon for pdf Item 11 2017-18 Quarter 4 Budget Monitoring and Outturn Report - appendix 1a [102.43KB]
Icon for pdf Item 11 2017-18 Quarter 4 Budget Monitoring and Outturn Report - appendix 1b [173.4KB]
Icon for pdf Item 11 2017-18 Quarter 4 Budget Monitoring and Outturn Report - appendix 2a [66.38KB]
Icon for pdf Item 11 2017-18 Quarter 4 Budget Monitoring and Outturn Report - appendix 2b [170.21KB]
Icon for pdf Item 11 2017-18 Quarter 4 Budget Monitoring and Outturn Report - appendix 3a [89.92KB]
Icon for pdf Item 11 2017-18 Quarter 4 Budget Monitoring and Outturn Report - appendix 3b [37.09KB]
Icon for pdf Item 11 2017-18 Quarter 4 Budget Monitoring and Outturn Report - appendix 3c [44.64KB]
Icon for pdf Item 11 2017-18 Quarter 4 Budget Monitoring and Outturn Report - appendix 4a [12.28KB]
Icon for pdf Item 11 2017-18 Quarter 4 Budget Monitoring and Outturn Report - appendix 4b [71.31KB]

12      CORPORATE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT REPORT QUARTER 4

This report provides a summary of the Council's Corporate Performance as at Quarter 4 2017/18.  It shows the year end status for the Corporate Strategy actions and projects and indicates which are complete, which will be closed and which will be carried forward to 2018/19, including any that will be rescoped.
Icon for pdf Item 12 Corporate Performance Management Report Quarter 4 [1.06MB]

13      REGULATION OF INVESTIGATORY POWERS ACT 2000 (RIPA)

The purpose of this report is to update Members on the Council's use of its Corporate Policies and Procedures on RIPA.
Icon for pdf Item 13 Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 RIPA [88.4KB]

14      THE BISHOP'S BARN - HERITAGE LOTTERY FUND BID

The purpose of this report is to seek Cabinet approval to submit a bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund ("HLF") for funding for the development phase of a 2-phased project that will repair, conserve and transform the Bishop's Barn into a busy community venue.
Icon for pdf Item 14 The Bishop's Barn - Heritage Lottery Fund Bid [176.47KB]

REPORTS FOR INFORMATION

15      PORTFOLIO HOLDER DECISIONS

To note any recent Portfolio Holder Decisions.

16      FORWARD PLAN           

To note the current Forward Plan.
Icon for pdf Item 16 Mendip District Council Forward Plan [365.53KB]

17      MINUTES FOR INFORMATION     

To note any draft minutes. 

18      URGENT BUSINESS

To consider any business that the Chair considers is urgent.