Agenda

Cabinet - Wednesday, 1st December, 2021 6.00 pm

Venue: Online via the Zoom app.

Contact: Amanda Coombes, Democratic Services Officer  01395 517543 or email  acoombes@eastdevon.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

Public speaking

2.

Minutes of the previous meeting pdf icon PDF 207 KB

3.

Apologies

4.

Declarations of interest

Guidance is available online to Councillors and co-opted members on making declarations of interest

5.

Matters of urgency

Information on matters of urgency is available online

 

There are two items to be dealt with in this way;

Agenda item 8 Minutes of Overview Committee held on 25 November 2021

Agenda item 13 Honiton Community Governance Review Petition

6.

Confidential/exempt item(s)

To agree any items to be dealt with after the public (including the Press) have been excluded. There are no items which officers recommend should be dealt with in this way.

7.

Forward Plan pdf icon PDF 205 KB

Members agreed to recommend the contents of the Forward Plan for key decision for the period 1 January 2022 to 30 April 2022 for approval.

8.

Minutes of Overview Committee held on 25 November 2021 pdf icon PDF 204 KB

Matters for Key Decision

9.

Public Toilets Review - Consultation results and Categorisation proposal pdf icon PDF 662 KB

Matters for Decision

10.

Council Tax Reduction Scheme 2022/23 pdf icon PDF 394 KB

11.

Treasury Management Mid-Year Review 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 183 KB

This report details the overall position and performance of the Council’s Investment Portfolio for the first six months of 2021/22.

12.

Dalwood Neighbourhood Plan Examiner's Report pdf icon PDF 368 KB

The report provides feedback and sets out proposed changes following the examination of the Dalwood Neighbourhood Plan. 

Additional documents:

13.

Honiton Community Governance Review Petition pdf icon PDF 283 KB

Cabinet considered a report on the Honiton Community Governance Review Petition at its 3rd November 2021 meeting. The recommendation was to progress a review having first obtained and considered the views of both Honiton Town Council and Gittisham Parish Council. This report provides an update and enables Cabinet to further consider the matter in light of correspondence received.