Agenda, decisions and draft minutes

Cabinet - Wednesday, 17th November, 2021 10.00 am


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Contact: Martin McCarthy  Service Director Governance, Member and Business Support

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Items
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130.

Declaration of pecuniary and non-pecuniary interests

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131.

Leader - Call-in of Cabinet decisions

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132.

Minutes of the previous meeting held on 3 November 2021 (Cab.17.11.2021/3) pdf icon PDF 225 KB

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133.

Decisions of Cabinet Spokespersons (Cab.17.11.2021/4)

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134.

Petitions received under Standing Order 44 (Cab.17.11.2021/5)

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135.

Adult Social Care Market Position Statement (Cab.17.11.2021/6) pdf icon PDF 371 KB

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Decision:

RESOLVED that Cabinet:-

 

1.    Supports the revision of the Adult Social Care Market Position Statement; and

2.    Notes the change in delivery of the Market Position Statement from a paper-based document to a web page.

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136.

Private Sector Housing Plan 2030 (Cab.17.11.2021/7) pdf icon PDF 529 KB

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Decision:

RESOLVED that Cabinet:-

 

1.    Supports the ambition for our residents living in the private sector that ‘Homes in Barnsley are safe, warm and sustainable and people feel invested in and connected to their home and local community’; and

2.    Endorses the overall Private Sector Housing Plan encompassing 4 primary commitments and the implementation of the delivery plan.

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137.

Children Act (1989): Outcomes of an Early Independent Review of the Local Practice in Initiating Section 47 Investigations Concerning the Protection of Vulnerable Children (Cab.17.11.2021/8) pdf icon PDF 659 KB

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Decision:

RESOLVED that Cabinet considered and noted the outcomes of the Early Independent Review together with the action to be taken by the Local Authority in response, as outlined particularly in Paragraphs 4.10 to 4.13 of the report.

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138.

A635 Quality Bus Corridor Scheme; Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) (Cab.17.11.2021/9) pdf icon PDF 311 KB

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Decision:

RESOLVED that Cabinet:-

 

1.    Notes the progress on the delivery of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) scheme;

2.    Authorises Council officers to take over the design work on the BRT scheme with the agreement of the SYPTE (Option 1) as per Paragraph 6 of the report;

3.    Approves acceptance of future grant funding post Outline Business Case for £0.950m to progress the scheme to Full Business Case (detailed design, planning consent, Stats diversions, TRO’s etc);

4.    Agrees a “break clause” prior to going out to tender and seek approval from SMT, once costs are established to ensure no cost overruns in order to mitigate associated risks to the Council; and

5.    Agrees that If costs are within the indicative budget allocation (Para 7.11 of the report) then at this stage tender documents be prepared to procure contractors to deliver the works and that on the receipt of the final tender price, a Full Business Case be submitted to the SYMCA.

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139.

Update to Sustainable Travel and Affordable Housing Supplementary Planning Documents (Cab.17.11.2021/10) pdf icon PDF 359 KB

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Decision:

RESOLVED that Cabinet approval is given to consult on the Supplementary Planning Documents and Planning Advice Notes covered in the report.

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140.

Exclusion of Public and Press

It is likely that the public and press will be excluded from this meeting during consideration of the items so marked because of the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined by the specific paragraphs of Part I of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972 as amended, subject to the public interest test.

 

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141.

Schools Catering Strategic Review (Cab 17.11.21/12)

Decision:

RESOLVED that Cabinet:-

 

1.    Approves that the Council continues to provide a schools catering service in line with the proposals outlined in the body of this report

2.    Notes and agree the findings and recommendations outlined in the body of this report;

3.    Notes the progress made to date and the efficiencies delivered since 2019;

4.    Notes the risks and opportunities potentially arising for the service;

5.    Notes the wider Public Health benefits and alignment to Corporate Priorities that a Schools Catering service can bring; and

6.    Agrees that a report will be brought back in 2023/24 to provide an update on the position of the service.

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