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Agenda and minutes

Venue: Council Chamber, Guildhall, Swansea

Contact: Democratic Services - Tel: (01792) 636923 

Items
No. Item

77.

Disclosures of Personal and Prejudicial Interests.

Minutes:

In accordance with the Code of Conduct adopted by the City and County of Swansea, the following interests were declared:

 

1)              Councillor Robert Francis-Davies declared a Personal and Prejudicial Interest in Minutes 86 “Pre-decision Scrutiny Feedback – Liberty Stadium” and 87 “Liberty Stadium and withdrew from the meeting prior to its discussion”;

 

2)              Councillors M C Child and M Thomas declared a Personal Interest in Minute 89 “Local Authority Governor Appointments”;

 

3)              Phil Roberts, Chief Executive declared a Personal Interest in Minutes 86 “Pre-decision Scrutiny Feedback – Liberty Stadium” and 87 “Liberty Stadium.

78.

Minutes. pdf icon PDF 134 KB

To approve & sign the Minutes of the previous meeting(s) as a correct record.

Minutes:

Resolved that the Minutes of the meeting(s) listed below be approved and signed as a correct record:

 

1)              Cabinet held on 19 October 2017.

79.

Leader of the Council's Report(s).

Minutes:

The Deputy Leader of Council made no announcements.

80.

Public Question Time.

Questions must relate to matters on the open part of the Agenda of the meeting and will be dealt within a 10 minute period.

Minutes:

A number of questions were asked relating to Minute 87 “Liberty Stadium”.

 

The Deputy Leader of the Council responded.

81.

Councillors' Question Time.

Minutes:

No questions were asked.

82.

Pre-Decision Scrutiny Feedback – More Homes Pilot Scheme Milford Way and Parc yr Helyg Sites. (Verbal)

Minutes:

Councillor T J Hennegan presented the Pre-decision Scrutiny Feedback.

 

Resolved that:

 

1)          The pre-decision scrutiny feedback be noted.

83.

More Homes Pilot Scheme Milford Way and Parc Y Helyg Sites. pdf icon PDF 146 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Cabinet Member for Housing, Energy & Building Services submitted a report, which provided an update on the completion of the first More Homes pilot scheme at Milford Way and sought approval for the second pilot site at Parc yr Helyg to comply with Financial Procedure Rule (FPR) 7.

 

She moved the following amendments to the report:

 

a)              All references to “Milford Way” within the report to be replaced with “Colliers Way”;

 

b)              The More Homes Pilot Scheme site be known as “Parc yr Helyg”.

 

Resolved that:

 

1)              The aforementioned amendments be approved;

 

2)              The progress and final costs from the first pilot scheme at Colliers Way, Penderry be noted;

 

3)              The financial implications in line with FPR 7 be approved;

 

4)              The allocation of £500,000 for the scheme for Parc yr Helyg for the enabling works, the detail of which will be delegated to Director of Place, in line with the requirement of FPR 7 be approved;

 

5)              A further report be presented to Cabinet in order to confirm which options should be progressed at Parc yr Helyg together with the final expected costs in line with FPR 7.

84.

Pre-Decision Scrutiny Feedback – Family Support Services Commissioning Review – Focusing on Children with Additional Needs and Disabilities. (Verbal)

Minutes:

Councillor P R Hood-Williams presented the Pre-decision Scrutiny Feedback.

 

Resolved that:

 

1)          The pre-decision scrutiny feedback be noted.

85.

Family Support Services Commissioning Review – Focusing on Children with Additional Needs and Disabilities. pdf icon PDF 167 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Cabinet Members for Health & Wellbeing and Children, Education & Lifelong Learning jointly submitted a report, which presented the proposed options for changes to services available to Children with Additional needs and Disabilities which have been identified through the wider commissioning process of the Family Support Services Commissioning Review.

 

Resolved that:

 

1)               Following consultation, the recommendations presented in Section 2 of the report be approved.

86.

Pre-decision Scrutiny Feedback - Liberty Stadium. (Verbal)

Minutes:

Councillor T J Hennegan presented the Pre-decision Scrutiny Feedback.

 

Resolved that:

 

1)          The pre-decision scrutiny feedback be noted.

87.

Liberty Stadium. pdf icon PDF 129 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Service Transformation & Business Operations jointly submitted a report, which provided an update on commercial negotiations between Swansea City AFC and Swansea Council on existing lease arrangements.

 

Resolved that:

 

1)              The Heads of Terms, as set out in this report be approved;

 

2)              The Director of Place, in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Service Transformation and Business Operations be authorised to negotiate and agree any further or final terms as may be necessary;

 

3)              The Head of Legal, Democratic Services and Business Intelligence be authorised to prepare any legal documentation required to conclude the agreement and to execute the documentation on behalf of the Council;

 

4)              The Director of Place following the agreement of final terms, be authorised to report the update position to the European Commission in accordance with the Council’s continuing obligations.

88.

Revenue and Capital Budget Monitoring 2nd Quarter 2017/18. pdf icon PDF 192 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Cabinet Member for Service Transformation & Business Operations submitted a report, which outlined the financial monitoring of the 2017-2018 revenue and capital budgets, including the delivery of budget savings.

 

Resolved that:

 

1)              The comments and variations set out in the report, and the actions in hand to address them be noted.

89.

Local Authority Governor Appointments. pdf icon PDF 98 KB

Minutes:

The Cabinet Member for Children, Education & Lifelong Learning submitted a report, which sought approval of the nominations to fill Local Authority Governor vacancies in School Governing Bodies.

 

Resolved that:

 

1)              The following nominations be approved as recommended by the LA Governor Panel:

 

1.

Clydach Primary School

Mrs Mair Lewis

2.

Grange Primary School

Mrs Christine Elizabeth May

3.

Hafod Primary School

Mrs Kirsty Rees

4.

Pengelli Primary School

Cllr Jan Curtice

5.

Penyrheol Primary School

Mr Christopher Seacombe

6.

Plasmarl Primary School

Mrs Kirsty Rees

 

90.

Development and Externalisation of a Food Enterprise Community Interest Company. pdf icon PDF 122 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Cabinet Members for Stronger Communities and Commercial Opportunities & Innovation a joint report, which presented the Business Plan for the Swansea Food Enterprise model prior to externalisation as a community interest company.

 

Resolved that:

 

1)              The Food Enterprise Business Plan be approved;

 

2)              The Food Enterprise be externalised as a Community Interest Company from 1 April 2018 (pending successful investment bids.

91.

Exclusion of the Public. pdf icon PDF 69 KB

Minutes:

Cabinet were requested to exclude the public from the meeting during consideration of the item(s) of business identified in the recommendations to the report(s) on the grounds that it / they involve the likely disclosure of exempt information as set out in the exclusion paragraph of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972, as amended by the Local Government (Access to Information) (Variation) (Wales) Order 2007 relevant to the items of business set out in the report(s).

 

Cabinet considered the Public Interest Test in deciding whether to exclude the public from the meeting for the item of business where the Public Interest Test was relevant as set out in the report.

 

Resolved that the public be excluded for the following item(s) of business.

 

(Closed Session)

92.

Land Exchange at Parc Morfa, Landore, Swansea.

Minutes:

The Cabinet Member for Service Transformation & Business Operations submitted a report, which sought approval for a variation of a previously agreed land exchange recommendation to enable final negotiation arrangements to enable the expansion of the Liberty Stadium.

 

Resolved that the recommendation(s) as set out in the report be approved.

93.

Proposed Purchase of Investment Property in Swansea Vale. pdf icon PDF 42 KB

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Cabinet Member for Service Transformation & Business Operations submitted a report, which sought approval for the acquisition of the aforementioned property as part of the Property Investment Fund.  The fund was created following a Cabinet decision on 21 July 2016.

 

Resolved that the recommendation(s) as set out in the report be approved.

 

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