Venue: This will be a meeting held in line with The Local Authorities & Police & Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority & Police & Crime Panel Meetings) (England & Wales) Regulations 2020
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Apologies for absence.
Declaration of Interests.
Where a Councillor has a Disclosable Pecuniary Interest the Councillor must declare the interest and leave the meeting without participating in any discussion or making a statement on the item, except where a councillor is permitted to remain as a result of a grant of dispensation.
At its meeting on 16 June 2020, the Cabinet made a number of decisions relating to the re-opening of South Holland’s markets, and Spalding market stall provision. In accordance with the Constitution, this proposed decision has been called in by Councillors A M Newton, M Hasan and R Gibson.
Please find attached the following documents:
Appendix A Cabinet covering report and Appendix A – 16 June 2020
Appendix B Cabinet minute - 16 June 2020
Appendix C NABMA Social Distancing Guidance
Appendix D Market Charter
Appendix E Market Timeline
Appendix F Member Stall Feedback
Appendix G Budget Information
Appendix H Appendix B to Cabinet report – Cabinet 16 June 2020 (Exempt paragraphs 1 and 3)
Appendix I NABMA report (Exempt Paragraph 3)
Appendix J Market Trader Feedback (Exempt paragraphs 1 and 2)
Appendix K Risk Assessment Statement (Exempt paragraphs 1 and 2)
(Please note that appendices H, I, J and K to this report are not for publication by virtue of Paragraphs 1 (Information relating to any individual), 2 (Information which is likely to reveal the identity of any individual) and 3 (Information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 6.
The call-in will be considered in the following order:
· Chairman’s introduction
· The members that have called in the decision to inform the Panel of the reasons for the call-in (maximum 10 minutes)
· Relevant Portfolio Holder to set out the reasons for the proposed decision (maximum 10 minutes)
· Questions – The Panel will then have the opportunity to ask questions of the Portfolio Holder
There are three options open to the Panel when drawing its conclusions on the call-in:
a) Take no further action;
b) Refer the proposed decision back to the Cabinet, setting out the nature of its concerns;
c) If, having taken officer advice, the Panel considers that the decision is contrary to the Policy Framework or Budget, it may refer the matter to Full Council.
Any other items which the Chairman decides are urgent
NOTE: No other business is permitted unless by reason of special circumstances, which shall be specified in the minutes, the Chairman is of the opinion that the item(s) should be considered as a matter of urgency.
To consider resolving that, under Section 100A (4) of the Local Government Act 1972, the public be excluded from the meeting for the following item of business on the grounds that it involves the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in Paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of the Act.
Call-In (Re-opening of South Holland's Markets and Spalding Market Stall Provision)
To consider exempt appendices H, I, J and K to the report at agenda item 3 (Appendices H, I, J and K enclosed).