Issue - meetings

Report from Cabinet meetings held on 16 June 2020 and 21 July 2020

Meeting: 29/07/2020 - South Holland District Council (Item 18)

18 Report from Cabinet meetings held on 16 June 2020 and 21 July 2020 pdf icon PDF 251 KB

To consider recommendations of the Cabinet in respect of:

 

a) Re-opening of South Holland's Markets, and Spalding Market Stall provision-To consider the options for re-opening the markets in South Holland and market stall provision at Spalding market. Considered first at Cabinet on 16 June 2020 (Cabinet minute 9) (Cabinet agenda items 9 and exempt agenda item 12) and reconsideration of this item at Cabinet on 21 July 2020 (Cabinet minute 15)(Cabinet agenda items 5a and exempt agenda item 11);

 

(Please note that a number of appendices to this report are not for publication by virtue of Paragraphs 1 (Information relating to any individual) and 3 (Information relating to the financial or business affairs of any particular person (including the authority holding that information)) in Part 1 of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972, and are therefore attached to this agenda at item 12).

 

b) Resourcing of the Council's Housing Development Team - To set out a proposal concerning the resourcing of the Council's Housing Development service which will bring two additional Housing Development Project Manager posts into the establishment to align with the authority's ambition to build new council houses and deliver new homes through its housing companies. Considered at Cabinet on 21 July 2020 (Cabinet minute 17)(Cabinet agenda item 7)

 

 

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

a)    Consideration was given to the recommendations of the Cabinet in respect of the Re-opening of South Holland Markets and Spalding Market Stall provision report which considered the options for re-opening the markets in South Holland and the market stalls provision at Spalding Market (considered at Cabinet on 16 June 2020 and 21 July 2020).

 

The full Council voted to exclude the press and public under Paragraphs 1, 3 and 5 of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972, for consideration of this, Item 8a, and Item 13 – Covid Implications on the Leisure Operating Contract. 

 

DECISION:

 

That, in light of the outcome of the consultation with staff and in light of the content of the confidential report at Appendix C generally, the Council ceases market stall provision in Spalding and follows its usual process arising as a result and as referenced in paragraph 5.1 of that report.

 

(Cllr Newton wished for it to be noted in the minutes that she voted Against the recommendation)

 

8b)  Consideration was given to the recommendations of the Cabinet in respect of the resourcing of the Council’s Housing Development Team. The proposal would bring two additional Housing Development Project Manager posts into the establishment to align with the authority’s ambition to build new council houses and deliver new homes through its housing companies (considered at Cabinet on 21 July 2020, Cabinet minute 17, Cabinet agenda item 7).

 

DECISION: 

 

That two additional Housing Development Project Manager posts (2 FTE) be created within the Council’s permanent staffing establishment.