Decisions

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Decisions published

21/07/2021 - Report and recommendations of the Allocations Committee ref: 969    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 03/08/2021

Effective from: 21/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented on the proposed recommendations of the Allocations Committee, and having taken into account the comments made by Members of the informal meeting of the County Council Members held on 21 July 2021, resolved, under his emergency delegated powers, to approve the proposed changes to membership of the Council’s committees as follows:
County Councillor David Staveley takes up the existing Conservative vacancy on Transport Economy and Environment and OSC (previously held by County Councillor Richard Welch)
County Councillor Matt Scott takes up a seat on the Transport Economy and Environment OSC
County Councillor John McCartney gives up his seat on the Transport Economy and Environment OSC
County Councillor Roberta Swiers takes up a seat on the Care and Independence Overview and Scrutiny Committee
County Councillor Andrew Backhouse gives up his seat on the Care and Independence Overview and Scrutiny Committee
County Councillor Robert Windass takes up a seat on the Care and Independence Overview and Scrutiny Committee
County Councillor Philip Broadbank gives up his seat on the Care and Independence Overview and Scrutiny Committee.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with Members at the informal meeting of the County Council Members held on 21 July 2021.

PLEASE NOTE that as a non-executive decision, this decision is not open to call-in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


21/07/2021 - Formal Meetings of the Authority’s Committees ref: 968    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 03/08/2021

Effective from: 21/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented on how the formal meetings of the authority’s committees could be held from 21 July 2021 onwards, and having taken into account the comments made by Members at the informal meeting of the County Council Members held on 21 July 2021, resolved, under his emergency delegated powers, to approve:
• The adoption of Option 1, as outlined in para 5.7 of the report. That is to carry on holding the remote access, live broadcast informal meetings with any formal decisions required being taken by the Chief Executive Officer under his emergency decision making powers and after consultation with Officers and Members as appropriate and after taking into account any views of the relevant Committee Members.

• That the continued use of remote access, live broadcast informal meetings is reviewed in September 2021 with a further report being considered at the Council meeting on 17 November 2021.

• That the meeting of the County Council on 17 November 2021 is held as a remote access, live broadcast meeting.

• That the power be delegated to the Chief Executive Officer in Consultation with the Leader to determine which committee meetings should be held virtually and which could be held physically. As such and during this period, a face to face meeting could be held. This to be reviewed in September 2021 with a further report being considered at the Council meeting on 17 November 2021.

• that not attending a physical meeting in person for a 6 month period (as opposed to continuing to attend virtual informal meetings) will not disqualify a county councillor under the automatic vacation of office provisions set out in section 85 of the Local Government Act 1972.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with County Council Members

PLEASE NOTE that as a non-executive decision, this decision is not open to call-in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


21/07/2021 - Equality & Diversity Policy Statement ref: 967    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 03/08/2021

Effective from: 21/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented on the revised draft Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy Statement, and having taken into account the comments made by Members at the informal meeting of the County Council Members held on 21 July 2021, resolved, under his emergency delegated powers, to approve the Policy Statement.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with Members at the informal meeting of the County Council Members held on 21 July 2021.

PLEASE NOTE that as a non-executive decision, this decision is not open to call-in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


21/07/2021 - Amendments to Council Constitution ref: 966    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 03/08/2021

Effective from: 21/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented on the proposed revisions to the Council’s Constitution, and having taken into account the comments made by Members at the informal meeting of the County Council Members held on 21 July 2021, resolved, under his emergency delegated powers, to approve:
• The proposed amendments to the Constitution as set out in Appendix 1 of the report;
• The proposed changes to the Procurement and Contract Procedure Rules in the Constitution as set out in Appendices 2 and 3 of the report;
• The proposed addition to Council Procedure Rule 13(h) in the Constitution as set out in paragraph 5.5(a) of the report.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with Members at the informal meeting of the County Council Members held on 21 July 2021.

PLEASE NOTE that as a non-executive decision, this decision is not open to call-in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


21/07/2021 - Minutes of the meeting of the Annual General Meeting of the County Council held on 5 May 2021 ref: 965    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 03/08/2021

Effective from: 21/07/2021

Decision:

At the informal meeting of the County Council Members on 21 July 2021, having considered the draft Minutes from the Annual General Meeting of the County Council that was held on 5 May 2021, which had been printed and circulated, the Chief Executive Officer agreed that the Minutes be signed as a correct record.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Members of County Council.

PLEASE NOTE that as a non-executive decision, this decision is not open to call-in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


23/07/2021 - Station Road, Crossgates - Proposal to make Experimental Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) Permanent ref: 951    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Corporate Director of Business and Environmental Services

Decision published: 29/07/2021

Effective from: 23/07/2021

Decision:

Approval to make the experimental Traffic Regulation Order permanent

Lead officer: Tricia Richards


23/07/2021 - Introduction of a Flood Risk Management Reactive Budget for Minor Works ref: 949    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Corporate Director of Business and Environmental Services

Decision published: 29/07/2021

Effective from: 23/07/2021

Decision:

The introduction of a reactive budget for low value flood mitigation works which can be administered and applied by officers following flood investigation in the way described in this report.

Lead officer: Tricia Richards


23/07/2021 - Active Travel Fund Tranche 3 bid ref: 948    Recommendations Approved

Request authorisation to submit an Active Travel Fund bid to the Department for Transport

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Access

Decision published: 29/07/2021

Effective from: 06/08/2021

Decision:

Authorisation to the submission of a bid to the Department for Transport by 9 August 2022 for tranche 3 of the Emergency Active Travel Fund as detailed in Section 5 of the report and an Expression of Interest is submitted for the GP prescribing pilot which, if successful, will bring £100k of feasibility funding into NYCC

Lead officer: Keisha Moore


23/07/2021 - Review of Driven Carriageway Inspections during Covid-19 (2) ref: 950    For Determination

Decision Maker: Corporate Director of Business and Environmental Services

Decision published: 29/07/2021

Effective from: 23/07/2021

Decision:

i. The recommendations in para 9.1 (i-iii) of the report of 18 December 2020 listed in Para 4.4 (i-iii) above remain in place
ii. That ongoing monitoring of the situation is undertaken over the coming months and a further review concluded in order that an update position and recommendations can be reported to your meeting of 22 October 2021 (unless deemed necessary to be undertaken sooner). This would enable an informed decision to be taken at a time where winter service duties are also required of Highway Officers and the timing of this next review also be coincidental with the end of British Summer time.

Lead officer: Tricia Richards


22/07/2021 - Draft Annual Report for Fire and Rescue 2020/21 from the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner ref: 940    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer noted that the Members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel held an informal meeting on 22nd July 2021, at which they reviewed the draft Annual Report for Fire and Rescue 2020/21 as submitted by the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.

The Chief Executive Officer noted the comments made by the Panel Members in reviewing the draft report and their recommendation that the draft report be approved. The Chief Executive Officer approved the draft Annual Report for Fire and Rescue 2020/21.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel.

Please note that as a non-executive decision by an officer, this decision is not open to call-in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - Draft Annual Report for Policing and Crime 2020/21 from the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner ref: 939    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer noted that the Members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel held an informal meeting on 22nd July 2021, at which they reviewed the draft Annual Report for Policing and Crime 2020/21 as submitted by the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.

The Chief Executive noted the comments made by the Panel Members in reviewing the draft report and their recommendation that the draft report be approved. The Chief Executive approved the draft Annual Report for Policing and Crime 2020/21 under his emergency delegated powers.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel.

Please note that as a non-executive decision by an officer, this decision is not open to call-in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - LB113-2021 Locality Budgets – Swiers / Hertford and Cayton ref: 934    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Roberta Swiers to award £947 of her Locality Budgets funding to purchase a City Mini Web for the playground in Speeton with Speeton Village Association.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - LB112-2021 Locality Budgets – Pearson / Mid Selby ref: 933    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Chris Pearson to award £790 of his Locality Budgets funding to provide a disabled ramp for Burton Salmon Village Hall.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - LB111-2021 Locality Budgets – Musgrave / Escrick ref: 932    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Richard Musgrave to award £386 of his Locality Budgets funding to the provision of two dog litter bins in Thorganby with Thorganby Parish Council.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - LB110-2021 Locality Budgets – McCartney / Osgoldcross ref: 931    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor John McCartney to award £1,000 of his Locality Budgets funding towards the repair of the single rope walk and replace the safety surface at the children's play area with Little Smeaton Parish Council.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - LB109-2021 Locality Budgets – McCartney / Osgoldcross ref: 930    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor John McCartney to award £1,000 of his Locality Budgets funding to purchase and install a 6ft fence to keep the school and children safe and secure at Hensall County Primary School.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - LB108-2021 Locality Budgets –McCartney / Osgoldcross ref: 929    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor John McCartney to award £2,500 of his Locality Budgets funding towards the creation of a well-being area at Whitley and Eggborough Primary School.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - LB107-2021 Locality Budgets – Mackay / Tadcaster ref: 928    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Don Mackay to award £350 of his Locality Budgets funding to fund the replacement of the existing stone carving with new bronze lettered plates on the War memorial with Stutton Parish Council.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - LB016-2021 Locality Budgets – Mackay / Tadcaster ref: 927    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Don Mackay to award £4,000 of his Locality Budgets funding to fund the new tarmac path and perimeters as part of the Dorchester Road improvement phase 3 with Tadcaster Town Council.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - LB105-2021 Locality Budgets – Jeffels / Seamer and Derwent Valley ref: 926    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor David Jeffels to award £400 of his Locality Budgets funding to the purchase of training equipment and match balls for Ayton Football Club.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


15/07/2021 - LB104-2021 Locality Budgets – Chance / Whitby Mayfield cum Mulgrave ref: 925    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Leader

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor David Chance to award £1,000 of his Locality Budgets funding to the purchase and installation of 2 parish notice boards for Newholm-cum-Dunsley Parish Council.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - LB103-2021 Locality Budgets – Chambers / Ripon North ref: 924    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Mike Chambers to award £1,000 of his Locality Budgets funding to fund the art installation at the major event to mark the 1350th anniversary of the founding of Ripon Cathedral with Art in the Churches.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - LB102-2021 Locality Budgets – Arthur / Selby Barlby ref: 923    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 03/08/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Karl Arthur to award £1,495 of his Locality Budgets funding to purchase chairs and cube storage units for Selby Swans Gymnastics Academy.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - Appointment of Interim Chief Fire Officer, North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service ref: 938    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer noted that the Members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel held an informal meeting on 22nd July 2021, at which they considered the suitability of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner’s preferred candidate for the role of Interim Chief Fire Officer (North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service). Following an assessment of the candidate’s professional competence and personal independence and taking into account the supporting information provided by the Commissioner and the candidate, the Panel agreed to recommend that Jonathan Foster be approved as Interim Chief Fire Officer to the North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.
By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel.
Please note that as a non-executive decision by an officer, this decision is not open to call-in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - Election of Vice Chairs to the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel ref: 937    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the recommendation of the Members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel at their informal meeting held on Thursday 22nd July 2021, and agreed that Councillor Peter Wilkinson and Councillor Keith Aspden be appointed as Vice Chairs to the Panel until July 2022, for the reasons set out below in this decision record.
By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel.
Please note that as a non-executive decision by an officer, this decision is not open to call-in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - Minutes of the Meeting of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel Held on 24th March 2021 ref: 936    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer noted that members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel had met informally on 22 July 2021, and had agreed to recommend the draft Minutes from their previous formal meeting held on 24 March 2021 as a correct record.
Having considered the draft Minutes from the formal meeting of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel held on 24th March 2021, which had been printed and circulated, the Chief Executive Officer agreed that the Minutes be signed as a correct record.
By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel.
Please note that as a non-executive decision by an officer, this decision is not open to call-in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/07/2021 - Election of Chair to the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel ref: 935    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 26/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the recommendation of the Members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel at their informal meeting held on Thursday 22nd July 2021, and agreed that Councillor Carl Les be appointed Chair to the Panel until July 2022, for the reasons set out below in this decision record.
By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Members of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel.
Please note that as a non-executive decision by an officer, this decision is not open to call-in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - Contract for the provision of Therapeutic Support to Adopters and Adoptees ref: 922    Recommendations Approved

To seek approval for the procurement of a new contract for the provision of Therapeutic support to Adopters and Adoptees to commence 1 April 2022

Decision Maker: Corporate Director of Children and Young People's Services

Decision published: 19/07/2021

Effective from: 24/07/2021

Decision:

That the Authority carry out an Open Procurement process under the Light-Touch Regime for the re-tendering of the Approved Providers List for Therapeutic Services. The estimated contract value will be in the region of £25million over a proposed 5-year duration.

Lead officer: Alison Dickinson


13/07/2021 - North Yorkshire Integrated Sexual Health Service ref: 921    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 23/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented at the informal meeting of Executive members held on 13 July 2021. Having taken account of the comments made by Executive Members, he resolved for the reasons set out below in this decision record to:
i. Approve the revised budget for the Section 75 agreement and delegate any amendments to the budget to the Corporate Director - Health and Adult Services in consultation with the Corporate Director - Strategic Resources;
ii. Delegate the approval of the consultation on the proposed new service model to the Corporate Director - Health and Adult Services in consultation with the Director of Public Health and the Executive Member for Public Health.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Executive Members

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


13/07/2021 - Support for the Tour de Yorkshire 2022 ref: 920    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 23/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented at the informal meeting of Executive members held on 13 July 2021. Having taken account of the comments made by Executive Members, he resolved for the reasons set out below in this decision record to:
i. approve funding of £100k to Welcome to Yorkshire as a fee to staging the 2022 Tour de Yorkshire;
ii. approve the provision of a further fee of up to £100k in the event that Welcome to Yorkshire are unable to generate sufficient sponsorship for the 2022 event and that this provision is funded from the Strategic Capacity Unallocated; and
iii. delegate authority to the Corporate Director, Business & Environmental Services in consultation with the Corporate Director, Strategic Resources to make any payment to Welcome to Yorkshire which becomes due after appropriate due diligence is carried out.
iv. Approve the undertaking of two reviews post the Tour de Yorkshire event in 2022 – the first to review the event’s sponsorship and the resulting media coverage the county received. The second a wider review of the principal of supporting one-off events;

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Executive Members

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


13/07/2021 - Proposed changes to the Terms of Reference for the Independent Remuneration Panel ref: 919    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 13/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented at the informal meeting of Executive members held on 13 July 2021. Having taken account of the proposed amendments outlined in the report and the comments made by Executive Members, he resolved for the reasons set out below in this decision record:
i. To recommend to full Council using his emergency delegated powers that the Chair of the IRP be included in future interview panels for new IRP members
ii. That a decision on the other three proposals made by the IRP (as detailed in paragraph 3.3 of the report), be deferred until further investigation and discussions have taken place with the IRP

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Executive Members

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


13/07/2021 - Formal Meetings of the Authority’s Committees ref: 918    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 23/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented at the informal meeting of Executive members held on 13 July 2021. Having taken account of the options detailed in section 5.7 of the report and the comments made by Executive Members, he resolved for the reasons set out below in this decision record to propose to full Council using his emergency delegated powers that:
i. Remote access, live broadcast informal meetings be continued with any formal decisions required by those committees subsequently being taken by the Chief Executive Officer under his emergency delegated powers, taking into account the views of the committee Members and all relevant information;
ii. The continued use of remote access, live broadcast informal meetings be reviewed in September 2021, to include giving further consideration to the benefits of remote working e.g. carbon reduction, financial savings and greater public participation, with a report to full Council in November 2021;
iii. The meeting of the County Council on 17 November 2021 be held as a remote access, live broadcast informal meeting;
iv. continue to be delegated to the Chief Executive Officer, in consultation with the Leader, to make any decisions necessary to enable virtual meetings for members to continue and to determine which committee meetings should be held virtually (as informal meetings) and which should be held physically (as formal meetings). This to be reviewed in September 2021;
iv. Full Council to give its agreement that not attending a physical meeting in person for a 6 month period (as opposed to continuing to attend virtual informal meetings) will not disqualify a county councillor under the automatic vacation of office provisions set out in section 85 of the Local Government Act 1972.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Executive Members

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


13/07/2021 - Carbon Reduction Plan ref: 917    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 15/07/2021

Effective from: 23/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented at the informal meeting of Executive members held on 13 July 2021. Having taken account of the comments made by Executive Members, the other County Councillors present and the submission made by a member of the public, he resolved for the reasons set out below in this decision record to approve the draft Carbon Reduction Plan using his emergency delegated powers.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Executive Members

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - LB101-2021 Locality Budgets – Plant / Whitby Streonshalh ref: 916    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 14/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Joe Plant to award £1,000 of his Locality Budgets funding to fund the lighting/drone show for the Whitby Christmas Festival with Whitby Town Council.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - LB100-2021 Locality Budgets – Lumley / Pateley Bridge ref: 915    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 14/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Stanley Lumley to award £1,500 of his Locality Budgets funding to provide community transport for health transport and to meet the essential needs of rural residents with Nidderdale Plus Community Hub.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - LB99-2021 Locality Budgets – Jeffels / Seamer and Derwent Valley ref: 914    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 14/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor David Jeffels to award £400 of his Locality Budgets funding to purchase playing equipment for the junior cricket teams at Wykeham Cricket Club.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - LB98-2021 Locality Budgets – Jeffels / Seamer and Derwent Valley ref: 913    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 14/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor David Jeffels to award £400 of his Locality Budgets funding to provide the printing of leaflets for Crossgates Community Association.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - LB97-2021 Locality Budgets – Jeffels / Seamer and Derwent Valley ref: 912    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 14/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor David Jeffels to award £300 of his Locality Budgets funding to purchase books (Barney & Echo) for pupils at East Ayton CP School.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - LB96-2021 Locality Budgets – Jeffels / Seamer and Derwent Valley ref: 911    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 14/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor David Jeffels to award £300 of his Locality Budgets funding to purchase books (Barney & Echo) for pupils at Wykeham C of E School.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - LB95-2021 Locality Budgets – Jeffels / Seamer and Derwent Valley ref: 910    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 14/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor David Jeffels to award £300 of his Locality Budgets funding to purchase books (Barney & Echo) for pupils at Snainton C of E Primary School.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - LB94-2021 Locality Budgets – Jeffels / Seamer and Derwent Valley ref: 909    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 14/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor David Jeffels to award £300 of his Locality Budgets funding to purchase books (Barney & Echo) for pupils at Brompton by Sawdon CP School.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - LB93-2021 Locality Budgets – Goode / Knaresborough ref: 908    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 14/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor David Goode to award £350 of his Locality Budgets funding to fund the printing of the updated exercise activities promotional leaflet and signage within Conyngham Hall with Knaresborough Conyngham Hall working group.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - LB92-2021 Locality Budgets – Chambers / Ripon North ref: 907    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 14/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Mike Chambers to award £300 of his Locality Budgets funding to provide the equipment for the grass cutting and bulb planting along Rotary Way (Ripon By-Pass) with Ripon Rotary Club.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


14/07/2021 - LB91-2021 Locality Budgets – Burr / Malton ref: 906    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 14/07/2021

Effective from: 22/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Lindsay Burr to award £500 of her Locality Budgets funding to provide the venue hire and food at the Floral Art Workshops with Malton and District Flower Club.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


12/07/2021 - Minutes of the meeting of the Scarborough & Whitby Area Constituency Committee held on 26 March 2021 ref: 905    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 12/07/2021

Effective from: 12/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer noted that members of the Scarborough & Whitby Area Constituency Committee had met informally on 9 July 2021, and had agreed to recommend the draft Minutes from their previous formal meeting held on 26 March 2021 as a correct record.

Having considered the draft Minutes from the formal meeting of the Scarborough & Whitby Area Constituency Committee held on 26 March 2021, which had been printed and circulated, the Chief Executive Officer agreed that the Minutes be signed as a correct record.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Scrutiny of Health Committee Members.

PLEASE NOTE that as a non-executive decision, this decision is not open to call in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


12/07/2021 - Appointments to Local Bodies (Scarborough & Whitby Area Constituency Committee held on 9 July 2021) ref: 904    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 12/07/2021

Effective from: 20/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented at the informal meeting of the Scarborough & Whitby Area Constituency Committee held on 9 July 2021. Having taken account of the draft Minutes from that meeting, he resolved for the reasons set out below in this decision record to extend the current appointments to the Category 2 outside bodies that fell within the remit of the Scarborough & Whitby Area Constituency Committee, to the end of the current Council in May 2022.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Executive Members

Please note that usually a non-key executive decision by an officer is not open to call-in, however in a spirit of transparency such decisions by the Chief Executive Officer under his emergency delegated powers WILL be open to call in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


09/07/2021 - Home to School Transport Appeal ref: 903    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 12/07/2021

Effective from: 09/07/2021

Decision:

This matter contained exempt information of the description contained in Paragraph 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A to the Local Government Act 1972, as amended by the Local Government (Access to Information) (Variation) Order 2006

The Chief Executive Officer considered four appeals against the Authority’s decision not to provide home to school transport for students and agreed that the appeals be NOT UPHELD for the reasons set out below in this decision record.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Members of the Appeals Committee (Home to School Transport)

PLEASE NOTE that as a non-executive function, these decisions are not open to call in.


Lead officer: Julie Robinson


09/07/2021 - Home to School Transport Appeal ref: 902    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 12/07/2021

Effective from: 09/07/2021

Decision:

This matter contained exempt information of the description contained in Paragraph 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A to the Local Government Act 1972, as amended by the Local Government (Access to Information) (Variation) Order 2006

The Chief Executive Officer considered two appeals against the Authority’s decision not to provide home to school transport for students and agreed that the appeals be UPHELD for the reasons set out below in this decision record.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Members of the Appeals Committee (Home to School Transport).

PLEASE NOTE that as a non-executive function, these decisions are not open to call in.


Lead officer: Julie Robinson


06/07/2021 - DfE-funded Laptops for Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Children ref: 901    Recommendations Approved

To agree to the disposal of devices provided by the Department of Education for disadvantaged and vulnerable children during the Covid pandemic. It is proposed that the devices be gifted to schools and care leavers as appropriate.

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Education and Skills, including early years, schools, apprenticeships, FE colleges & UTC`s, and engagement with the skills agenda of the LEP

Decision published: 09/07/2021

Effective from: 17/07/2021

Decision:

That the allocation of devices provided by the Department for Education and loaned to students are gifted to schools for ongoing management and use

That the allocation of devices provided by the Department for Education and loaned to care leavers are gifted to them, under the guidance of the Leaving Care team.

Lead officer: Marion Sadler


06/07/2021 - Provision of additional financial support to the three maintained nursery schools ref: 900    Recommendations Approved

To consider feedback provided by the three maintained nursery schools on the financial impact of the Covid pandemic on their operations during the 2020/21 financial year and to approve the proposed additional financial support to be provided to assist them in mitigating Covid related financial losses.
Whilst the maintained nursery schools have been able to access the CJRS, they have been unable to access other Government Covid financial support mechanisms which have been available to the wider schools and early years sectors. Any agreed additional financial support will be funded from the local NYCC Covid Early Years Financial Support Fund.

Decision Maker: Corporate Director of Children and Young People's Services

Decision published: 08/07/2021

Effective from: 16/07/2021

Decision:

To approve the provision of the additional Covid financial support to the Maintained Nursery Schools as detailed in section 3.3 of the report. The additional financial support will be funded from the local NYCC Covid Early Years Support Fund.

Lead officer: Howard Emmett


06/07/2021 - Outdoor Learning Services 2021-22 ref: 899    Recommendations Approved

To agree fees and charges for the academic year 2021-22

Decision Maker: Corporate Director of Children and Young People's Services

Decision published: 08/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

To approve the charges and fees as listed for the Outdoor Learning Service for September 2021 to August 2022 which will be enacted should the Council recommence residential provision within the year. It has been agreed to increase fees in line with inflation and for a trial period of one year concurrent with the strategic review, to modify the fees and charges for school residential visits into a three season zoning structure.

Lead officer: Adrian Clarke


08/07/2021 - 2917 Library PC Booking and Print Management ref: 898    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: General Manager, Libraries

Decision published: 08/07/2021

Effective from:

Decision:

To award a contract for a PC booking and Wi-Fi print management system for North Yorkshire Library Service. The current contract expires on 30 September 2021. The new contract will commence on 1 October 2021 and expire on 30 September 2024. One optional extension is available.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


07/07/2021 - Minutes of the meeting of Audit Committee held on 22 March 2021 ref: 897    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 07/07/2021

Effective from: 07/07/2021

Decision:

Having considered the draft Minutes of the meeting of Audit Committee held on 22 March 2021, which had been printed and circulated, the Chief Executive Officer agreed that the Minutes be signed as a correct record.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with Audit Committee Members.

Please note that as a non-executive decision, this decision is NOT open to call in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


07/07/2021 - Internal Audit Plan 2021/22 ref: 896    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 07/07/2021

Effective from: 07/07/2021

Decision:

Having considered the report “2021/22 Internal Audit Plan”, which had been published on the Council’s website 5 clear working days ahead of the informal meeting of Audit Committee Members on 28 June 2021, and the views of the Members and External Members of the Audit Committee, the Chief Executive Officer agreed to approve the Internal Audit Plan for 2021/22 as set out at Appendix 1 of the report of the Head of Internal Audit considered at the informal meeting of the Audit Committee Members on 28 June 2021.

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with Members and External Members of the Audit Committee

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


07/07/2021 - Creation of Working Group to Provide Overview of the Draft Statement of Final Accounts (SOFA) for 2020/21 ref: 895    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 07/07/2021

Effective from: 07/07/2021

Decision:

Having considered the report “Draft Statement of Accounts 2020/21”, which had been published on the Council’s website 5 clear days ahead of the informal meeting of Audit Committee Members on 28 June 2021, and the views of the Members and External Members of the Audit Committee, the Chief Executive Officer agreed to:

(a) Create a Working Group to support the Audit Committee in providing overview of the Draft Statement of Accounts 2020/21 and associated governance documents in advance of the accounts being audited and resubmitted to the Audit Committee’s meeting on 20 September 2021 for formal approval.

(b) Appoint the following Audit Committee Members and External Member to serve on the Working Group at part (a) of this decision:-
• County Councillor Cliff Lunn (Chairman)
• County Councillor Karl Arthur
• County Councillor Margaret Atkinson
• Mr David Portlock

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with Members and External Members of the Audit Committee

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


07/07/2021 - Appointments to local bodies (Thirsk & Malton Area Constituency Committee held on 25 June 2021) ref: 894    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 07/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented at the informal meeting of the Thirsk & Malton Area Constituency Committee held on 25 June 2021. Having taken account of the draft Minutes from that meeting, he resolved for the reasons set out below in this decision record to:
• Extend the current appointments to the Category 2 outside bodies that fall within the remit of the Thirst & Malton Area Constituency Committee to the end of the current Council in May 2022
• Appoint Mr Nick Holroyd to the John Stockton Education Foundation, to the end of the current Council in May 2022
• Appoint County Councillor Greg White to the Poad’s Educational Foundation (Newton upon Rawcliffe), to the end of the current Council in May 2022
• Appoint County Councillor Robert Baker to the Thirsk and Sowerby Swimming Baths Charity Management Committee, to the end of the current Council in May 2022

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Executive Members

Please note that usually a non-key executive decision by an officer is not open to call-in, however in a spirit of transparency such decisions by the Chief Executive Officer under his emergency delegated powers WILL be open to call in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


07/07/2021 - Minutes of the meeting of the Thirsk & Malton Area Constituency Committee held on 26 March 2021 ref: 892    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 07/07/2021

Effective from: 07/07/2021

Decision:

Having considered the draft Minutes from the meeting of the Thirsk & Malton Area Constituency Committee that was held on 26 March 2021, which had been printed and circulated, the Chief Executive Officer agreed that the Minutes be signed as a correct record

By whom: Richard Flinton, Chief Executive Officer, under his emergency delegated powers and after consultation with the Scrutiny of Health Committee Members.

PLEASE NOTE that as a non-executive decision, this decision is not open to call in.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


06/07/2021 - Young Person’s Accommodation Pathway contract for Emergency Accommodation and Extended Lodgings ref: 891    Recommendations Approved

Approval to re-procure for 2 years (plus 1+1).

Decision Maker: Corporate Director of Children and Young People's Services

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 15/07/2021

Decision:

That approve the joint re-procurement of the Emergency and Extended Supported Lodgings (Pathway 2) and Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (UASC) Contract for two years until 30th September 2023 with the option to extend for two further periods of up to 12 months, with 1 year break points.

Lead officer: Mel Hutchinson


06/07/2021 - LB90-2021 Quinn / Mid Craven ref: 889    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Gillian Quinn to award £500 of her Locality Budgets funding to purchase, fit and erect a flag pole in the war memorial and gardens in the centre of the village with Embsay with Eastby Parish Council.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


29/06/2021 - LB89-2021 Parsons / Richmond ref: 888    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Stuart Parsons to award £1,500 of his Locality Budgets funding to provide the funding to hold the Richmond Town Christmas Market in December 2021.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


29/06/2021 - LB88-2021 Parsons / Richmond ref: 887    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Stuart Parsons to award £3,000 of his Locality Budgets funding to provide financial support to kick start their activities and assist with the Japanese Knotweed infestation on leased land with Just the Job.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


06/07/2021 - LB87-2021 Martin / Ripon South ref: 886    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Stuart Martin to award £2,000 of his Locality Budgets funding to provide a stair lift that will enable to building to be accessed by all users at The Men’s Shed.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


06/07/2021 - LB86-2021 Jefferson / Castle ref: 885    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Janet Jefferson to award £1,500 of her Locality Budgets funding to restore the outer framework of the shop front of Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


06/07/2021 - LB85-2021 Harrison / Lower Nidderdale and Bishop Monkton ref: 884    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Michael Harrison to award £750 of his Locality Budgets funding to purchase a laptop for the Ripon and surrounding area service coordinator to re-start the home befriending service with HELP.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


06/07/2021 - LB84-2021 Chambers / Ripon North ref: 883    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Mike Chambers to award £1,000 of his Locality Budgets funding to fund the purchase and installation of a covered bicycle shelter at Holy Trinity Junior School.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


06/07/2021 - LB83-2021 Chambers / Ripon North ref: 882    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Mike Chambers to award £500 of his Locality Budgets funding to Fund the venue hire for the Ripon Poetry Festival.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


06/07/2021 - LB82-2021 Broadbent / Northstead ref: 881    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Eric Broadbent to award £5,000 of his Locality Budgets funding to provide audio and recording equipment for the development and creativity of pupils in performing arts and education to Scarborough Youth Theatre.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


29/06/2021 - LB81-2021 Barrett / South Craven ref: 880    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Philip Barrett to award £4,176 of his Locality Budgets funding to provide the materials and contractors labour to resurface a section of footpath from Black Abbey Lane to Sunnybank, Glusburn with NYCC Public Rights of Way.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


29/06/2021 - LB80-2021 Arnold / Kirkbymoorside ref: 879    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 06/07/2021

Effective from: 14/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Val Arnold to award £2,500 of her Locality Budgets funding to carry out the repairs and the sign off fee to the historic monument in Helmsley Market Place with Helmsley Town Council.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


29/06/2021 - Covid Local Grant Scheme ref: 878    Recommendations Approved

To approve the deployment of funding to schools, academies, colleges and early years’ providers and to eligible care leavers to provide supermarket vouchers following extension of the scheme for the summer holiday period

Decision Maker: Corporate Director of Children and Young People's Services

Decision published: 05/07/2021

Effective from: 29/06/2021

Decision:

To approve the deployment of funding to schools, academies, colleges and early years’ providers to provide supermarket vouchers totalling £75 per eligible child (£15 per week for five weeks) prior to the start of the Summer 2021 school holiday break.

To approve the allocation of supermarket vouchers totalling £75 (£15 per week for five weeks) per eligible care leavers prior to the start of the Summer 2021 school break.

Lead officer: Howard Emmett


30/06/2021 - Award of a construction contract for an element of re-roofing works at Hutton Rudby Primary School ref: 877    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Assistant Director Strategic Resources

Decision published: 01/07/2021

Effective from: 30/06/2021

Decision:

To award a construction contract for an element of re-roofing works at Hutton Rudby Primary School.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


23/06/2021 - LB79-2021 Locality Budgets – Walsh / Weaponness and Ramshill ref: 876    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 23/06/2021

Effective from: 01/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Callam Walsh to award £300 of his Locality Budgets funding to purchase new signs for the neighbourhood watch scheme with Ryedale, Scarborough, Whitby and Filey NHW Association.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


23/06/2021 - LB78-2021 Locality Budgets – Mulligan / Airedale ref: 875    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 23/06/2021

Effective from: 01/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Patrick Mulligan to award £1,500 of his Locality Budgets funding to clearing the site and purchase benches and planting for the New Street Community Garden with Carleton Community Umbrella (Carleton in Bloom).

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


23/06/2021 - LB77-2021 Locality Budgets – Mulligan / Airedale ref: 874    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 23/06/2021

Effective from: 01/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Patrick Mulligan to award £870 of his Locality Budgets funding to purchase and install a Birds Mouth fence along the Piper Lane edge of the Pinfold area with Cononley Wildlife Group.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


23/06/2021 - LB76-2021 Locality Budgets – Mulligan / Airedale ref: 873    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Executive Member for Stronger Communities

Decision published: 23/06/2021

Effective from: 01/07/2021

Decision:

To accept the recommendation by County Councillor Patrick Mulligan to award £1,000 of his Locality Budgets funding to purchase a commercial size under counter glass fronted food and drinks refrigerated cabinet and a dishwasher for Thornton in Craven Village Hall.

Lead officer: Julie Robinson


22/06/2021 - National Bus Strategy ref: 872    Recommendations Approved

Whether to commit establishing an Enhanced Partnership across North Yorkshire (or other option) and high level objectives. Authority to publish a Notice of Intent

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 23/06/2021

Effective from: 01/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented at the informal meeting of the Executive Members held on 22 June 2021. Having taken account of the draft Minutes from that meeting, he resolved for the reasons set out below in this decision record to approve:
i. The option of Enhanced Partnership as the preferred option and the publication of the draft notice attached at Annex 1 to the report. Noting that a further decision on the council’s final option position could be taken In October 2021 when details of the Enhanced Partnership work with operators, information on what the North Yorkshire BSIP would contain, any new details on funding and future funding available at that time.
ii. The objectives set out in section 6.4 of the report, for inclusion in the council’s Bus Service Improvement Plan.

Lead officer: Tricia Richards


22/06/2021 - Grant of leases to NY Highways Ltd. ref: 871    Recommendations Approved

To approve the grant of leases to NY Highways Ltd.

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 23/06/2021

Effective from: 01/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented at the informal meeting of the Executive Members held on 22 June 2021. Having taken account of the draft Minutes from that meeting, he resolved for the reasons set out below in this decision record to approve the grant of leases to NY Highways Ltd for the four sites listed in paragraph 2.5 of the report, on terms to be agreed by the Corporate Director for Strategic Resources

Lead officer: Shaun Wilson


22/06/2021 - Proposal by the Governors of Danby CE Primary School to change the category of Danby CE Primary School from voluntary controlled to voluntary aided from 16th September 2021. ref: 870    Recommendations Approved

Consider responses to statutory notices.
Determine whether to change the Category of Danby CE Primary from Voluntary Controlled to Voluntary Aided

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 23/06/2021

Effective from: 01/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented at the informal meeting of the Executive Members held on 22 June 2021. Having taken account of the draft Minutes from that meeting, he resolved for the reasons set out below in this decision record that:

i. The issues listed in paragraph 9.2 of the report had been satisfied and there could be a determination of the proposals.
ii. The category of Danby CE Primary School be changed from voluntary controlled to voluntary aided, with effect from 16 September 2021.

Lead officer: Matt George


22/06/2021 - Equality and Diversity Policy Statement ref: 869    Recommendations Approved

To approve equality and diversity statement

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 23/06/2021

Effective from: 01/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the report presented at the informal meeting of the Executive Members held on 22 June 2021. Having taken account of the draft Minutes from that meeting, he resolved, for the reasons set out below in this decision record, to recommend the revised draft Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy Statement for approval to Full Council on 21 July 2021.


Lead officer: Neil Irving


23/06/2021 - Filey Road Park and Ride, Scarborough - Option Agreement ref: 890    Recommendations Approved

To approve the grant of an option to purchase land owned by NYCC.

Decision Maker: Chief Executive Officer

Decision published: 23/06/2021

Effective from: 01/07/2021

Decision:

The Chief Executive Officer considered the private report and appendices presented at the informal meeting of the Executive Members held on 22 June 2021, and took account of the draft Minutes from that meeting.

He resolved for the reasons set out in the private report, to approve the recommendation in the report, subject to the amendments proposed by the Executive Members at their informal meeting on 22 June 2021

Lead officer: Virginia Stockill