Scrutiny Board, Monday 15 February 2021
This meeting will be held at 6.30 pm. This will be a virtual meeting.
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FULL AGENDA AND REPORTS
You may find it convenient to use this copy of the agenda and reports in one document. Councillors may refer to the page numbers of this document when they consider the papers.
1 CHAIR'S ANNOUNCEMENTS
Mobile phones should be switched to silent.
2 APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
To receive apologies from Members who are unable to attend the meeting
3 DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
If a member of the Scrutiny Board or other member of the Council present at the meeting has a personal or prejudicial interest in any agenda item during this meeting they should declare its existence and nature publicly
4 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
a) For items on the agenda
b) For items not on the agenda
5 PREVIOUS MINUTES
To confirm the minutes of the Scrutiny Board meeting held on 25 January 2021
6 REVIEW OF SCRUTINY WORKING GROUPS
The report considers the relevance of each of the groups going forwards and recommends amendments as appropriate based on the progress so far and the changing environment the Council is working in.
7 MAKING BETTER USE OF THE CLIMATE AND ECOLOGICAL WORKING GROUP
This report reviews the intentions of the working group, its role within the organisation and considers how it can be most effectively contribute to the workings of the Council and achievement of the corporate priorities.
8 CORPORATE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT REPORT QUARTER 3 2020/2021
This report provides a summary of the high level actions and projects that support the delivery of the Corporate Plan 2020/23.
9 ACHIEVING LAND ACCESS TO DELIVER MULTI - USER PATHS
This paper details the various potential ways this access can be achieved and seeks a recommendation from Scrutiny Board that Cabinet delegate authority to allow the Deputy Chief Executive and project team to progress in the most expeditious way possible. In order to achieve land assembly, deliver the schemes and minimise risk to delays.
10 URGENT BUSINESS
To consider any other business which the Chair decides is urgent.