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Scheduled for: Wednesday, 24th of July 2019 at 17:30 (Times in UTC)

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FULL COUNCIL

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  • 01

    Apologies for Absence

    To receive apologies for absence, if any.
  • 02

    Declarations of Interest

    Members and Officers are invited to make any declarations of Disclosable Pecuniary or Local Non-Pecuniary Interests that they may have in relation to items on the Agenda and are also reminded to make any declarations at any stage during the Meeting if it becomes apparent that this may be required when a particular item or issue is considered.
  • 03

    3a Minutes of the Annual East Suffolk Council meeting held on 22 May 20193b Minutes of the Suffolk Coastal District Council meeting held on 28 March 20193c Minutes of the Waveney District Council meeting held on 20 March 20193d Minutes of the East Suffolk Shadow Authority Meeting held on 28 February 2019

    3a To confirm as a correct record the Minutes of the East Suffolk Annual Council meeting held on 22 May 2019 
    The Monitoring Officer has recommended that the Minutes of the past and Shadow Authorities be received as good governance and for the avoidance of Minutes remaining unconfirmed.

    3b To confirm as a correct record the Minutes of the Suffolk Coastal District Council meeting held on 28 March 2019.

    3c To confirm as a correct record the Minutes of the Waveney District Council meeting held on 20 March 2019.

    3d To confirm as a correct record the Minutes of the East Suffolk Shadow Authority Meeting held on 28 February 2019.


  • 04

    Announcements

    To receive any announcements from the Chairman, the Leader of the Council,members of the Cabinet, or the Chief Executive, in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 5.1(e).
  • 05

    Questions from the Public

    No questions have been submitted by the electorate as provided by CouncilProcedure Rule 8.
  • 06

    Questions from Members

    The following question(s) from Members has/have been submitted in pursuance of Council Procedure Rule 9:


    (a) Question from Councillor E Brambley-Crawshaw to the Cabinet Member for Transport:
    What progress is being made to install Rapid Electric Vehicle charging points in Council owned car parks and other publicly accessible locations?


    (b) Question from Councillor C Topping to the Cabinet Member for Customer Services & Operational Partnerships
    The former Waveney District Council requires residents to put their food and kitchen waste in the black bin and is sent for incineration. The former Suffolk Coastal District allows food waste with garden and this is turned into a valuable soil conditioner. When will this disparity in service within our single Council be rectified? And can we be assured that we adopt the higher of these two standards?


    (c) Question from Councillor L Gooch to the Leader of the Council
    I understand that prior to the Merger, Waveney District Council offered interim payments to applicants for Universal Credit if their payments were delayed. Ifthat is so, can the Portfolio Holder please explain for the benefit of all Councillors how that is now working as part of East Suffolk's support to struggling residents?


    (d) Question from Councillor P Byatt to the Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Economic Development
     
    I am sure we all share the disappointing news that Lowestoft has missed outwith its application to the Government’s Future High Street Funds to support development in Lowestoft. This is particularly frustrating as our neighbours justup the coast were successful. Can Councillor Rivett shed any light on how this came about, given the significant needs of Lowestoft?


  • 07

    Petitions

    No petitions have been received as provided by Council Procedure Rule 10.
  • 08

    Notices of Motion

    The following Motions have been submitted in pursuance of Council ProcedureRule 11:

    (a) Councillor R Smith-Lyte has submitted the following Notice of Motion:

    "This Council pledges to:1. Declare a Climate Emergency.2. Set up a Policy Development Panel, commencing by October 2019, toinvestigate ways to cut East Suffolk Councils carbon and harmful emissions on aspend to save basis, with the ambition to make East Suffolk Council (includingall buildings and services) carbon neutral by 2030.3. To work with Suffolk County Council and other partners across the countyand region, including the LEP and the Public Sector Leaders towards theaspiration of making the county of Suffolk carbon neutral by 2030.4. To work with Government to a) deliver its 25 year Environment Plan and b)increase the powers and resources available to local authorities in order tomake the 2030 target easier to achieve."


    (b) Councillor G Elliott has submitted the following Notice of Motion:



    "This Council notes that:
    • the former Waveney District Council had a policy of actively supporting Fairtrade whilst the former Suffolk Coastal District Council had no such policy.
    • Suffolk has eight “Fairtrade Towns”, five of which are in the East Suffolk Council area, two in the former Waveney District and three in the former Suffolk Coastal District.
    • Global Fairtrade sales last year generated £142 million in Fairtrade Premium. Farmers in 73 countries have invested this money in their communities, increasing business productivity and contributing to the achievement of the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
    • Despite this positive news, exploitation remains rampant in global supply chains. More than 40 million people are trapped in modern slavery, including forced labour, and 152 million young people in child labour. Hundreds of millions more are earning less than a living income or wage
    .This Council resolves to:
    • Renew the commitment to Fairtrade of the former Waveney DistrictCouncil and expand this to the new East Suffolk Council.
    • Actively promote Fairtrade locally, through support for local groups, in the media including social media, and events, including during Fairtrade Fortnight.
    • Review its procurement policy, including its catering offer, to ensure that Fairtrade produce is chosen wherever possible, and that Fair Trade considerations are included as a preference in any contracts going out to tender."


  • 09

    Presentation on Scottish Power Renewable Energy

    To receive a presentation from David Walker, Offshore Development Director for Scottish Power Renewables, and Philip Watkins, Director of Eastern Edge Ltd
  • 10

    Membership of the Audit & Governance Committee, Scrutiny Committee, Licensing Committee, Appointments of Assistant Cabinet Members, Heritage Champion and Outside Bodies (Non Executive Function) ES/0051

    Appointment to the Audit and Governance Committee, Assistant Cabinet Members and Outside Bodies.
  • 11

    Appointments to Working Groups ES/0049

    Report of the Leader of the Council.
  • 12

    Cabinet Members Report and Outside Bodies RepresentativesReport to Council ES/0054

    To receive the Cabinet Members Report and Outside Bodies RepresentativesReport to Full Council.
  • 13

    Exempt/Confidential Items

    It is recommended that under Section 100(a)(4) of the Local Government Act
    1972 (as amended) the public be excluded from the meeting for the following
    items of business on the grounds that they involve the likely disclosure of
    exempt information as defined in Paragraph 3 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of the
    Act.

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