Agenda

Full Council - Thursday, 1st April, 2021 10.00 am


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Contact: William Ward  Council Governance Officer

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1.

Retiring Members

To pay tribute to the following Members, who are not seeking re-election at the forthcoming Municipal Elections, for their hard work to the Council and the local community they represent: -

 

Councillor Charlesworth

Councillor Daniel Griffin

Councillor David Griffin

Councillor C Johnson

Councillor Murray

Councillor Phillips

Councillor Saunders

 

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2.

Declarations of Interests

To receive any declarations of interest of a pecuniary or non-pecuniary nature from Members in respect of the items on this agenda (other than those recorded within the Minutes submitted for consideration at this meeting).

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3.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 486 KB

To approve as a correct record the minutes of the meetings of the Council held on the 4th and 25th February, 2021.

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4.

Communications

To consider any communications to be submitted by the Mayor or the Chief Executive.

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Item for Decision

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5.

Appointment to Outside Bodies

Shaw Lands Trust

 

Proposed – Councillors Mitchell, Hayward, Richardson and Williams and Mr T Sheard.

 

Welcome to Yorkshire

 

Proposed - Cabinet Spokesperson for Place (Regeneration and Culture)

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6.

Date of Annual Council Meeting

Proposed – that the Annual Council Meeting be held at 3.00 pm on Thursday 20th May, 2021 (moved from 6.00 pm on Friday 21st May, 2021)

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Recommendations to Council

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All reports detailed below are subject to Health and Well Being Board and Cabinet recommendation and are available to download from the Council’s website.  The chair of the Health and Well Being Board and Cabinet Spokesperson for the Service in question will respond to any comments or amendments concerning these minutes.

 

Health and Well Being Board – 4th February, 2021

7.

Health and Well Being Board - Updated Terms of Reference pdf icon PDF 350 KB

RECOMMENDED TO COUNCIL that the revised Terms of Reference be approved.

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Cabinet – 24th March, 2021

8.

Council Plan 2021-2024 and Associated Performance Framework (Cab.24.3.2021/9) pdf icon PDF 354 KB

RECOMMENDED TO FULL COUNCIL:

 

(i)            That the publication of the new Council Plan be approved; and

(ii)              That the approach for the revised accompanying performance framework be agreed.

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9.

Implementation of the 2021/22 Pay Policy Statement (Cab.24.3.2021/11) pdf icon PDF 226 KB

RECOMMENDED TO FULL COUNCIL that approval is given to implement the 2021/22 Pay Policy Statement contained at Appendix 1 with effect from 1 April 2021.

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Minutes of the Regulatory Boards

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10.

Audit and Governance Committee - 20th January, 2021 pdf icon PDF 246 KB

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11.

Planning Regulatory Board - 23rd February, 2021 pdf icon PDF 263 KB

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12.

General Licensing Panel - Various pdf icon PDF 211 KB

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13.

Appeals, Awards and Standards - Various pdf icon PDF 90 KB

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Minutes of the Health and Wellbeing Board

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14.

Health and Wellbeing Board - 4th February, 2021 pdf icon PDF 155 KB

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Minutes of the Scrutiny Committees

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15.

Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Thriving and Vibrant Economy Workstream) - 9th February, 2021 pdf icon PDF 148 KB

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Overview and Scrutiny Committee (People Achieving Their Potential Workstream) - 9th March, 2021 pdf icon PDF 151 KB

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Minutes of the Area Councils

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17.

Central Area Council - 11th January, 2021 pdf icon PDF 145 KB

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18.

Dearne Area Council - 18th January, 2021 pdf icon PDF 168 KB

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19.

North East Area Council - 28th January, 2021 pdf icon PDF 40 KB

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North Area Council - 1st February, 2021 pdf icon PDF 145 KB

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21.

Penistone Area Council - 11th February, 2021 pdf icon PDF 156 KB

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South Area Council - 12th February, 2021 pdf icon PDF 42 KB

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Minutes of the Cabinet Meetings

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23.

Cabinet Meeting - 27th January, 2021 pdf icon PDF 255 KB

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24.

Cabinet Meeting - 10th February, 2021 pdf icon PDF 371 KB

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Cabinet Meeting - 24th February, 2021 pdf icon PDF 122 KB

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Cabinet Meeting - 10th March, 2021 pdf icon PDF 203 KB

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(NB. No Cabinet decisions have been called in from these meetings)

27.

Questions relating to Joint Authority, Police and Crime Panel and Combined Authority Business

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Minutes of the South Yorkshire Pensions Authority, South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority, Sheffield City Region Combined Authority, and Police and Crime Panel

 

Any Member of the Council shall have the opportunity to comment on any matters referred to in the following minutes.

 

The relevant representatives shall then be given the opportunity to respond to any comments made by Members on those minutes.

 

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South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority - 11th January, 2021 pdf icon PDF 312 KB

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South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority (Draft) - 22nd February, 2021 pdf icon PDF 358 KB

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30.

South Yorkshire Pensions Authority (Draft) - 21st January, 2021 pdf icon PDF 158 KB

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31.

Sheffield City Region Mayoral Authority Combined Authority Board (Draft) - 25th January, 2021 pdf icon PDF 412 KB

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Police and Crime Panel (Draft) - 3rd February, 2021 pdf icon PDF 209 KB

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33.

Questions by Elected Members

To consider any questions which may have been received from Elected Members and which are asked pursuant to Standing Order No. 11.

 

(a)  Councillor Eastwood

 

‘We know the weather is very unpredictable, and the gritters have been out more than usual and filling the yellow bins, they are doing a fantastic job keeping us safe on the main roads.

 

Do we have enough salt to keep the roads safe, and enough finances to keep going throughout the winter months?’

 

(b)  Councillor Wilson

 

‘There has been a huge rise in dog ownership across the country since the start of the pandemic. This has undoubtedly led to increased use of the council's dog waste bins by responsible dog owners.


What is the council's policy when these waste bins need replacing?

 

(c)  Councillor Lodge

 

‘Could the Cabinet Member responsible provide an update on the progress of a Borough-wide poverty needs assessment?

 

(d)  Councillor Fielding

 

‘The Noise Assessment for the Penny Pie Park Gyratory was published in September 2018 and identified that 56 homes around the former park would suffer such significant adverse effects of noise from the operation of the new gyratory that they would be legally entitled under the Noise Insulation Regulations for noise mitigation measures to be provided by the Council.

 

Can the Cabinet member please advise, two and a half years after this assessment was published, how many residents of the affected houses have been informed that their homes will suffer significant adverse effects of noise or consulted about what mitigation measures they will be entitled to and told when they can expect the mitigation measures such as additional glazing and mechanical forced ventilation to be installed in their homes?’

 

(e)  Councillor Frost

‘I regularly cycle on the TPT to Oxspring and on to Dunford Bridge but the trail is usually inaccessible in Winter due to the amount of standing water and mud.  After the recent dry spell, I travelled up the TPT and found that from Wigfield Farm to the M1 bridge extensive works had been carried out to improve the drainage, prune trees and lay hardstanding.  This meant not only cycles could travel more easily but people with disabilities as well.

Are the improvements to be continued to the Silkstone Tunnels and what other areas are to be improved in this way in the borough?’

(f)   Councillor Lodge

 

‘A recent survey of social workers across the UK, found that 70% of respondents believed that the Covid-19 Pandemic has had an impact on their mental health. What support has been put in place locally to support social workers in Adults and Children’s services?

 

(g)  Councillor Kitching

 

‘There have been tragic news headlines recently about the abduction and murder of Sarah Everard while she was walking home. I recognise the fear felt by most women when walking dark streets alone at night.

While I appreciate that the police and central government have a huge role to play, what specifically is this Council doing to protect women in  ...  view the full agenda text for item 33.

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Question by a Member of the Public - for Information Only pdf icon PDF 66 KB

To note the following questions received from a Member of the public together with the responses provided by the appropriate Cabinet Spokespersons.

 

1          Mr J R - Staincross

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