Hounslow Council


Agenda

Venue: Council Chamber, Civic Centre, Lampton Road, Hounslow. View directions

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 Head of Paid Service (Chief Executive)

3.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 396 KB

To approve the minutes of the meeting held on 12th September 2017

4.

Petitions pdf icon PDF 171 KB

Report by the Head of Democratic Services 

5.

Joint Children and Young People's Strategy 2017-2020 (CHAS553) pdf icon PDF 288 KB

Report by Councillor Tom Bruce, Cabinet Member for Education, Children’s and Youth Services

Additional documents:

6.

Annual Youth Justice Plan for Hounslow 2017/18 (CHAS549) pdf icon PDF 1 MB

Report by Councillor Tom Bruce, Cabinet Member for Education, Children’s and Youth Services

7.

Transfer of Trusteeship of David Henry Waring Charity (CHAS557) pdf icon PDF 282 KB

Councillor Katherine Dunne, Trustee for the David Henry Waring Charity

 

Note: This report is submitted to the Council in its capacity as the body responsible for exercising the Council’s functions as charitable trustee. In that capacity, the Council is required as a matter of charity law to take its decisions in the interests of the charitable trust (which may differ from the interests of the Council itself).

 

Additional documents:

8.

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

9.

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:

·         Approval of Absence from Council Duties (Council Urgency) - 27th September 2017

Forward Plan Urgency Notices:

·         None

Questions from Members

10.

Councillor Samantha Davies to ask Councillor Samia Chaudhary, Cabinet Member for Green Policy and Leisure

“Could the Cabinet Member for Green Policy and Leisure confirm that under no circumstances will this Council agree to the permanent sale or disposal of any council owned park in the London Borough of Hounslow?”

11.

Councillor Gerald McGregor to ask Councillor Steve Curran, Leader of the Council

Would the Leader of the Council confirm that he is not aware of any plans to close West Middlesex, Ealing or Charing Cross Hospitals?

 

12.

Councillor John Todd to ask Councillor Steve Curran, Leader of the Council

LAM004 Lampton Development 360 LLP Business Plan 2017-2022; LAM005 Lampton Investment 360 Ltd Business Plan 2017-2022:  This Cabinet report and related business plans (the latter dated July 2017) were approved by cabinet on the 10th October 2017. In July 2017 RSM, consultants to LBH, produced a report highlighting matters of material concern regarding the operation, viability, the need for further assessment including profitability and sensitive analysis and matters concerning the governance of the Lampton entities highlighted above including Lampton FM and Lampton Recycle 360 Ltd. The report, amongst other things states:

 

“There remains a lack of clarity or formal arrangements about how much contribution the Lampton Group might be expected to generate, or how it will be shared between its owners – the Council – and the companies themselves.”

 

Would Councillor Curran give details about the implementation, if any, of these crucial RSM recommendations (including such details as how many and when)?

 

13.

Councillor Gurmail Lal to ask Councillor Kamaljit Kaur, Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care, Health Services and Public Health

Please can the Cabinet Member provide an update on what the Council is doing to prevent diabetes in the borough and how effective these measures have been?

 

14.

Councillor Bandna Chopra to ask Councillor Candice Atterton, the Cabinet Member for Jobs, Skills and Opportunities

Please can the Cabinet Member provide an update on the work the Council is undertaking to combat the scourge of Domestic Violence?

 

Motions

15.

Proposed by Councillor Candice Atterton and Seconded by Councillor Corinna Smart

“This Council is concerned at Royal Mail’s proposal to close the Chiswick Delivery Office and transfer its operations to Bollo Lane. Such a closure would seriously inconvenience Chiswick residents and local businesses in the area which rely on the current location of the Delivery Office.

 

This Council urges Royal Mail to postpone the closure and to seek alternative accommodation elsewhere on Chiswick High Road, and instructs the Cabinet Member for Jobs, Skills and Opportunities to write to the Chief Executive of Royal Mail informing her of the Council’s concern.”

 

16.

Proposed by Councillor Gerald McGregor and Seconded by Councillor Sam Hearn

This Council conscious that shoppers and cyclists do not mix urges Transport for London to withdraw its current plans for Cycle Superhighway which involves the destruction of the town centre of Chiswick and to return to the Abercrombie plan by placing Cycle Super highway down the Great West Road, with continuous separated cycle tracks, from Hammersmith to Hounslow West.

17.

Proposed by Councillor Sam Hearn and Seconded by Councillor Gerald McGregor

This Council calls for an urgent review by officers of the licensing of (Houses in Multiple Occupation) HMOs in the London Borough of Hounslow that are owned by not for profit organisations, with the initial results of that review coming to the next Borough Council.

 

18.

Any Other Matters That the Mayor Considers Urgent

19.

Date of Next Meeting

The next meeting of the Council is scheduled for Tuesday 28th November 2017 and will commence at 7.30pm in the Council Chamber 

Recording and reporting on public meetings

Please note that members of public can choose to record, or report in other ways, on this public meeting.  If you wish to do so then please read the Council’s protocol which can be found on the Council’s website.  Copies of the protocol are also available at the meeting.

 

The Council asks that you avoid recording members of the audience who are not participants at the meeting.  The Council will seek to facilitate this. However, anyone attending a public meeting does so in the knowledge that recording may take place and that they may be part of that record.