Agenda and draft minutes

Full Council - Thursday, 29th July, 2021 10.00 am


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Venue: The Assembly Room - The Civic. View directions

Contact: William Ward  Council Governance Officer

Items
No. Item

54.

Mayor's Comments

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55.

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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56.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 288 KB

To approve as a correct record the minutes of the meeting of the Annual Council held on 20th May and the Ordinary Council held on the 27th May, 2021.

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57.

Communications

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

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58.

Review of Parliamentary Constituency Boundaries 2021-23 pdf icon PDF 218 KB

The Council will consider a report of the Executive Director Core Services providing a response on behalf of the Council to the Boundary Commission for England’s initial proposals for Parliamentary Constituency boundaries.

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59.

Appointments to Outside Bodies

Barnsley Business Innovation Centre

 

Proposed – Councillors Andrews BEM, Cheetham and Howard

 

Shaw Lands Trust

 

Proposed – 1 vacancy

 

Health and Well Being of Children in Care and Care Services Steering Group

 

Proposed – Cabinet Support Member for Children’s Services

 

Migration Yorkshire

 

Proposed – Councillor Sir Steve Houghton CBE (Chair - two year appointment)

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60.

Local Government Act 1972: Section 85: Absence from Meetings of the authority: Councillor Gardiner

To seek approval, in accordance with Section 85 of the Local Government Act 1972, for the absence from meetings of the Authority on behalf of Councillor Gardiner on the grounds of ill health and pending the receipt of medical certification that he is fit to resume his duties.

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61.

Royston Masterplan Framework - MU5 (Round 2 Adoption) (Cab.14.7.2021/12) pdf icon PDF 464 KB

RECOMMENDED TO COUNCIL:

 

1.         that the progress made in the development of the Royston Masterplan Framework (MU5) be noted; and

2.         that the measures proposed relating to energy, sustainability and health and wellbeing be supported; and

3.         the final version of the Masterplan Framework be adopted.

 

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62.

Audit and Governance Committee - 2nd June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 280 KB

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63.

Planning Regulatory Board - 8th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 133 KB

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64.

General Licensing Regulatory Board - 23rd June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 188 KB

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65.

General Licensing Panel - Various pdf icon PDF 203 KB

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66.

Appeals, Awards and Standards - Various pdf icon PDF 111 KB

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67.

Health and Wellbeing Board - 10th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 155 KB

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68.

Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Sustainable Barnsley Workstream) - 1st June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 208 KB

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Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Growing Barnsley Workstream) - 29th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 145 KB

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Central Area Council - 26th April, 2021 pdf icon PDF 149 KB

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Dearne Area Council - 24th May, 2021 pdf icon PDF 135 KB

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North Area Council - 24th May, 2021 pdf icon PDF 142 KB

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North East Area Council - 27th May, 2021 pdf icon PDF 137 KB

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74.

Penistone Area Council - 3rd June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 148 KB

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South Area Council - 25th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 138 KB

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Cabinet Meeting - 19th May, 2021 pdf icon PDF 150 KB

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Cabinet Meeting - 2nd June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 132 KB

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Cabinet Meeting - 16th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 361 KB

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Cabinet Meeting - 30th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 129 KB

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Cabinet Meeting - 14th July, 2021 pdf icon PDF 137 KB

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81.

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

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Sheffield City Region Mayoral Combined Authority Board (Annual Meeting) (Draft) - 7th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 294 KB

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Sheffield City Region Mayoral Combined Authority Board (Ordinary Meeting) (Draft) - 7th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 205 KB

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84.

Police and Crime Panel (Annual Meeting) (Draft) - 7th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 281 KB

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85.

Police and Crime Panel (Ordinary Meeting) (Draft) - 11th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 209 KB

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86.

South Yorkshire Pensions Authority (Annual Meeting) (Draft) - 10th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 146 KB

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South Yorkshire Pensions Authority (Ordinary Meeting) (Draft) - 10th June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 164 KB

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88.

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority (Annual Meeting) (Draft) - 21st June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 392 KB

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South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority (Ordinary Meeting) (Draft) - 21st June, 2021 pdf icon PDF 342 KB

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Questions by Elected Members pdf icon PDF 511 KB

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

 

(a)  Councillor Gillis

 

‘There are plans in place for a burger King and another coffee outlet on Stairfoot roundabout. Most if not all vehicles that pass through these outlets will have to transverse the said roundabout. Plans are also in place for 230 dwellings south of Bleachcroft Way near the old B@Q site. At present the only access and exit to this housing estate is via Stairfoot roundabout. I would like you to ask, what provision the highway department are going to put in place, to alleviate the traffic situation, bearing in mind the critical state of traffic backed up from the roundabout to, at times, the White Rose roundabout? A distance of 1.6 miles’.

 

(b)  Councillor Hunt

 

“Part of the Council’s Digital First project included the tracking of requests raised by residents through the council’s website - for example reporting potholes, fly tipping and broken streetlights. Could a firm date be provided when residents will begin to get status updates of their requests?”

 

(c)  Councillor Kitching

 

"There are ongoing concerns about high incidents of fly tipping across the borough, and we all understand that the team does its best to respond to and clear incidents as soon as possible. However, residents have raised concerns about the way this is reported - the quarterly report publicised in March reported 100% of incidents were cleared within 5 days; residents know that to not be the case from their own observations and so clearly this figure has caveats. Can the Cabinet member please let us know how this 100% figure is reached?"

 

 

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Question by a Member of the Public

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