Agenda

Call In, Overview and Scrutiny Committee - Monday, 2nd November, 2020 7.00 pm

Venue: Bury Town Hall

Items
No. Item

1.

APOLOGIES

2.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

Members of the Overview and Scrutiny Committee are asked to consider whether they have an interest in any matters on the agenda and, if so, to formally declare that interest.

3.

PUBLIC QUESTION TIME

A period of 30 minutes has been set aside for members of the public to ask questions in relation to the called in item(s) on the agenda for tonight’s meeting.

 

 

4.

CALL IN OF CABINET DECISION- Terms of Reference for the Radcliffe Regeneration Delivery Board pdf icon PDF 47 KB

Following the receipt of a Notice of Call-in within the required deadline, from Councillor Caserta calling in the decision of the Cabinet set out in Minute CA.10 of the meeting held on the 14th October 2020, a meeting of the Committee has been convened in order to consider the matter in accordance with the reasons set out on the Notice of Call-In.

 

In considering the matter, the options available to the Scrutiny Committee are as follows:

 

1.   The Scrutiny Committee decides not to offer any comments on the Notice. In this situation the decision of the Cabinet will stand.

 

2.   The Scrutiny Committee decides to offer comments or

objections, which will be referred back to the Cabinet at the meeting arranged for the 11th November 2020.

 

3.   The Scrutiny Committee may refer the Notice, without comment, to the Council. The matter will then be considered by the Council on the 25th November 2020 (a standard item appears on all Council summons to consider referrals from Scrutiny Committees). Any comments or objections from Council will be referred back to the Cabinet at the earliest opportunity, in accordance with the Council Constitution.

 

The Cabinet will be required to consider any objections and comments but will not be bound by them unless "it is contrary to the Policy Framework or contrary to or not wholly consistent with the Budget" (Overview and Scrutiny Procedure Rules - Paragraph 16(g) of the Council Constitution).”

 

A copy of the original paperwork considered by Cabinet, along with the decision Minute and Call –in notice are attached in the agenda packs.

 

Additional documents:

5.

CALL IN OF CABINET DECISION- Public consultation on the draft Housing Strategy pdf icon PDF 49 KB

Following the receipt of a Notice of Call-in within the required deadline, from Councillor Harris calling in the decision of the Cabinet set out in Minute CA.8 of the meeting held on the 14th October 2020, a meeting of the Committee has been convened in order to consider the matter in accordance with the reasons set out on the Notice of Call-In.

 

In considering the matter, the options available to the Scrutiny Committee are as follows:

 

1.   The Scrutiny Committee decides not to offer any comments on the Notice. In this situation the decision of the Cabinet will stand.

 

2.   The Scrutiny Committee decides to offer comments or

objections, which will be referred back to the Cabinet at the meeting arranged for the 11th November 2020.

 

3.   The Scrutiny Committee may refer the Notice, without comment, to the Council. The matter will then be considered by the Council on the 25th November 2020 (a standard item appears on all Council summons to consider referrals from Scrutiny Committees). Any comments or objections from Council will be referred back to the Cabinet at the earliest opportunity, in accordance with the Council Constitution.

 

The Cabinet will be required to consider any objections and comments but will not be bound by them unless "it is contrary to the Policy Framework or contrary to or not wholly consistent with the Budget" (Overview and Scrutiny Procedure Rules - Paragraph 16(g) of the Council Constitution).”

 

A copy of the original paperwork considered by Cabinet, along with the decision Minute and Call –in notice are attached in the agenda packs.

 

Additional documents:

6.

URGENT BUSINESS

Any other business which by reason of special circumstances the Chair agrees may be considered as a matter of urgency.