Hounslow Council


Agenda and minutes

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Contact: Thomas Ribbits on 020 8583 2251 or Email: thomas.ribbits@hounslow.gov.uk 

Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for Absence, Other Announcements and Declarations of Interest from Members

2.

Announcements

 

To receive announcements (if any) from the Mayor, Leader, Members of the Cabinet or the Chief Executive (Head of Paid Service)

3.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 393 KB

To approve the minutes of the meeting held on Tuesday 22nd November 2016

Minutes:

Consideration of the minutes was deferred to the meeting on the 22nd September, 2003.

4.

Petitions pdf icon PDF 175 KB

Report by the Head of Democratic Services 

5.

2016 Residents Survey Results (CHAS 531) pdf icon PDF 139 KB

Report by Councillor Theo Dennison, Cabinet Member for Finance and Citizen Engagement

 

Additional documents:

6.

Members Code of Conduct pdf icon PDF 171 KB

Report by Councillor Steve Curran, Leader of the Council

Additional documents:

7.

Appointments to Committees and Other Bodies

Members are asked to make any appointments that are nominated at the meeting for the remainder of the municipal year and delegate authority to the Chief Executive, in consultation with the Mayor, to make any adjustments necessary to ensure political proportionality.

8.

Decisions Taken Under Urgency Arrangements (if any)

The Council is asked to note the following uses of the urgency arrangements:

Council and Cabinet Decisions Taken Under Urgency Arrangements:

·         None

Forward Plan Urgency Notices:

·         None

 

9.

Councillor Samia Chaudhary to ask Councillor Tom Bruce, Cabinet Member for Education and Children's Services

“Following the most recent inspection by HMIC (Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Constabulary) of the Metropolitan police, which highlighted "fundamental deficiencies in the way that the Metropolitan Police Service understands and responds to child abuse and sexual exploitation" in London, is the Cabinet Member able to tell us about any concerns or incidents that relate to Hounslow's young people? To what extent is the Cabinet Member concerned for the safety of Hounslow's young people?”

 

10.

Councillor Peter Thompson to ask Councillor Councillor Steve Curran, Leader of the Council

"Could the Leader of the Council please explain why the 10th Feltham Scout Group have been served with a Section 25 Notice to quit their current site?" 

11.

Councillor Gerald McGregor to Councillor Richard Foote, Lead Member for Communities

“Would the Cabinet Member for Communities please comment on the proposition that the Hogarth Youth Centre will be at risk of closure given the level of social deprivation, high degree of housing benefit and even higher level of free school meals for those members of the Chiswick Community who reflect a social and health deprivation index at the very lowest end of the scale and whose children and adolescent dependents rely heavily on the Youth Centre for social relief, guidance and leisure?”

12.

Question from Councillor Sam Hearn to Councillor Kamaljit Kaur, Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health Services

“Would the Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health Services confirm that administrative personnel without clinical qualifications are interfering with health reports that indicate a degree of care reliance with the end result that health cases are not being put forward for financial support?”

13.

Proposed by Councillor Tom Bruce and Seconded by Councillor Sam Christie

“As part of the Government's plans to alter the way schools and education in Britain are funded, the second stage of the School's National Funding Formula consultation was published in December 2016. Although there have been some minor alterations to the original proposal, the core element remains the same: there will be a redistribution of current money, which for London means that some school budgets will increase, while the significant majority will reduce. This outcome will impact on Hounslow schools ability to maintain their high standards and quality of provision. Therefore, this council calls on the Government to fully and properly consider the impact the suggested reduction in funding will have on schools, and reaffirms its call on the Government to protect funding for schools in Hounslow and London.”

14.

Any Other Matters That the Mayor Considers Urgent

15.

Date of Next Meeting

The next meeting of the Council is scheduled for Tuesday 21st February 2017 and will commence at 7.30 pm in the Council Chamber