Full Council audio 22 November 2018
|1||Apologies for Absence||03:03|
|2||To approve the Minutes of the meeting of the Council held on 20 September 2018 (Pages 1 - 20)||03:21|
|3||Declarations of Interest||03:39|
|4||Correspondence (if any)||03:58|
|5||To receive the Mayor's announcements||04:04|
|6||To hear questions from members of the public and replies thereto, in accordance with Standing Order 17||01:03:56|
|7||To receive any petitions, which will stand referred to the appropriate Chief Officer in accordance with Standing Order 19||01:19:47|
|7a||Petition for Debate - King George Hospital Staffing (Pages 21 - 24)||01:21:03|
|8||To receive any deputations in accordance with Standing Order 20|
|8b||Effectiveness of the Borough's Policies in Protecting Endangered Wildlife and Their Habitats in Redbridge||01:32:25|
|9||To consider appointments of Members / Terms of Reference of Committees or other bodies|
|9a||Changes to Appointments to Committees (Pages 25 - 27)||01:42:28|
|10||To receive and consider the following reports from Officers:|
|10a||2018/19 Treasury Management Mid-Year Review (Pages 28 - 46)||01:43:24|
|10b||Capital Investment Strategy (Pages 47 - 66)||01:43:48|
|11||To hear statements, if any, by the Leader of the Council, members of the Cabinet or Chairs of Committees in accordance with Standing Order 18||01:44:08|
|12||To hear questions from Members and replies thereto, in accordance with Standing Order 17||01:44:14|
|13||To consider the following Business Motions:-
I. Motion to be moved by Councillor Athwal, Seconded by Councillor Mrs Huggett - 37:18
This Council notes that the Redbridge Hate Crime Pledge has been created to allow individuals and organisations in the borough to support and participate in ongoing efforts to reduce hate crime in the area.
This Council regards any hate incident to be unacceptable and are committed to working in partnership to eradicate hate crimes across Redbridge.
This Council notes that by ratification of this pledge, we commit ourselves to a Redbridge where people are free to live, work and play without fear of hostility toward their race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or transgender identity.
This Council further notes that behind every hate crime is a message: You are not welcome here. Behind every strong community is another: Yes, you are.
This Council therefore resolves to:
Adopt the below hate crime pledge to become a stronger, more inclusive community and show that Redbridge does not tolerate hate.
• This Council pledge to unite against hatred or hostility directed at anyone because of their race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or because they are transgender
II. Motion to be moved by Councillor Donovan, Seconded by Councillor Blackman - 02:16:44
This Council notes the result of the EU referendum in 2016, and accepts the majority of the UK public voted to leave the EU. However, the residents of Redbridge voted to remain, as did the vast majority of Londoners. Notwithstanding the result, this Council does not believe that the people voted to be poorer, for fewer rights or risk jobs and economic prosperity.
|14||Any urgent business||02:53:41|
|15||Motion to Exclude the Public
The following motion will be moved where it is desired to discuss business containing exempt information in private:-
“That under Section 100A(4) of the Local Government Act 1972 the public be excluded from the meeting for the following item(s) of business on the grounds that they involve the likely disclosure of exempt information as described in the paragraphs indicated of Part I of Schedule 12A to the Act.”