Agenda

South Hams Council - Thursday, 22nd September, 2022 2.00 pm

Venue: Council Chamber - Follaton House. View directions

Contact: Email: Democratic.Services@swdevon.gov.uk 

Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 466 KB

to approve as a correct record the minutes of the meeting of the Council held on 14 July 2022;

2.

Urgent Business

the Chairman to announce if any item not on the agenda should be considered on the basis that he considers it as a matter of urgency (any such item to be dealt with under ‘Business Brought forward by the Chairman’);

3.

Exempt Information

to consider whether the consideration of any item of business would be likely to disclose exempt information and if so the category of such exempt information;

4.

Declarations of Interest

In accordance with the Code of Conduct, Members are invited to declare any Disclosable Pecuniary Interests, Other Registerable Interests and Non-Registerable Interests including the nature and extent of such interests they may have in any items to be considered at this meeting;

5.

Business Brought Forward by the Chairman

to consider business (if any) brought forward by the Chairman;

6.

Waste and Recycling Services Update pdf icon PDF 432 KB

7.

Climate Emergency Planning Statement pdf icon PDF 172 KB

Additional documents:

8.

Plymouth and South Devon Freeport - Approval of the making of a Compulsory Purchase Order(s) for the Langage Freeport (the "Scheme")

Additional documents:

9.

Six Month Member Meeting Attendance Rule pdf icon PDF 245 KB

10.

Reports of Bodies

to receive and as may be necessary approve the minutes and recommendations of the under-mentioned Bodies.

 

(* Indicates minutes containing recommendations to Council).

 

 

10a

Licensing Committee - 21 June 2022 pdf icon PDF 219 KB

10b

Audit & Governance Committee - 30 June 2022 pdf icon PDF 352 KB

10c

Development Management Committee - 6 July 2022 pdf icon PDF 253 KB

10d

Special Executive - 12 July 2022 pdf icon PDF 118 KB

10e

Development Management Committee - 27 July 2022 pdf icon PDF 233 KB

11.

Public Question Time pdf icon PDF 194 KB

12.

Questions

to consider the following question(s) (if any)  received in accordance with Council Procedure Rules.

13.

Notice of Motion

to consider the following motions received (if any) in accordance with Council Procedure Rules

 

a.      From Cllr Hopwood and Cllr Baldry

 

“This Council is concerned about the effect the cost of living is having on the residents of South Hams and notes that domestic electricity and gas prices are predicted to rise even further in October this year and although capped at £2,500 this is still beyond the affordability of many of our residents. Increased energy costs will impact prices of many other products and services.  This Council notes that HM Government is expected to announce £150 billion package of intervention measures targeted to the most vulnerable households to alleviate the impact of energy prices. In addition, it continues to deliver the Levelling Up initiative to provide opportunities for all, both locally and nationally.  Within South Hams, this Council continues to deliver key services thought Better Lives for All to identify and target those most vulnerable and at risk.

 

This Council resolves to:

 

1.      Write to the Prime Minister to make sure she realises the serious impact the Cost of Living crisis is having on residents of not only the South Hams but the United Kingdom.

2.      Work closely with HM Government to deliver South Hams share of the £500m Household Support Fund on a timely basis.

3.      Continue to develop and support Better Lives for All to identify and help those most in need or at greatest risk of hardship to ensure they are fully aware of the help and assistance that is available and to ensure they receive that assistance.”

 

 

 

b.     From Cllr Brazil and Cllr Thomas

 

“The precarious financial position of Devon County Council means that Central Government may have to intervene. If this does occur, local government reorganisation in Devon is most likely to follow. Given this scenario, this Council looks to safeguard its assets for the benefit of our local communities.”