Agenda

Richmond (Yorks) Area Contituency Committee - Wednesday, 9th June, 2021 10.00 am

Venue: Remote Meeting

Contact: Stephen Loach  Email: stephen.loach@northyorks.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

Welcome by the Chairman - Introductions, Apologies and Updates

2.

Minutes of the Meeting held on 24th March 2021 pdf icon PDF 452 KB

3.

Declarations of Interest

4.

Public Questions or Statements

Members of the public may ask questions or make statements at this meeting if they

have given notice and provided the text to Stephen Loach of Democratic Services

(contact details below) no later than midday on Friday 4 June 2021. Each speaker

should limit themselves to 3 minutes on any item. Members of the public who have given

notice will be invited to speak:-

 at this point in the meeting if their questions/statements relate to matters which

are not otherwise on the Agenda (subject to an overall time limit of 30 minutes);

when the relevant Agenda item is being considered if they wish to speak on a

matter which is on the Agenda for this meeting.

 

 

5.

Appointments to Local Bodies pdf icon PDF 300 KB

Additional documents:

6.

COVID 19 - Executive Update - Verbal update by the Leader of the Council and Executive Members

7.

Initial Approach to Economic Recovery Following the Pandemic - Report of the Assistant Director, Growth Planning and Trading Standards pdf icon PDF 155 KB

8.

Area Highways - Update - Verbal update by the Area Highways Manager

9.

North Northallerton Bridge - Update - Report of the Corporate Director, Business and Environmental Services pdf icon PDF 109 KB

10.

Digital Demand Responsive Bus Service - Report of Integrated Passenger Transport pdf icon PDF 257 KB

11.

Richmond (Yorks) Area Constituency Committee Work
Programme - Report of the Assistant Chief Executive (Legal and
Democratic Services) pdf icon PDF 308 KB

Additional documents:

12.

Next Meeting

The next meeting of the Committee will be held on Wednesday 25th August 2021 at 10am.

13.

Other business which the Chairman agrees should be considered
as a matter of urgency because of special circumstances.