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Venue: Council Chamber, The Guildhall, Market Square, Cambridge, CB2 3QJ

Contact: Democratic Services  Committee Manager

Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 476 KB

2.

Mayor's announcements

3.

Petitions

For each petition the petition organiser will be given 5 minutes to present the petition at the meeting and the petition will then be discussed by Councillors for a maximum of 15 minutes.

3a

Park Street toilets

A petition has been received containing over 500 valid signatures

stating the following:

 

We the undersigned object to the scrapping of public toilets from the council’s redevelopment in Park Street. We call on Cambridge City Council to amend its plans so that it continues to provide this basic public service at this location.

 

 

 

3b

Kings Parade Barrier

A petition has been received containing over 500 valid signatures

stating the following:

 

The new anti-terrorist barrier which has been installed in Kings Parade is a hazard for cyclists and pedestrians and a blot on one of Cambridge's most iconic streets. When it is closed, it blocks a major cycle route and will lead to more conflict between pedestrians, cyclists and drivers.

While there is much support for an extension to the city centre traffic-free area, this barrier is a clumsy and heavy-handed way to achieve it. The project has shied away from prior scrutiny and challenge, from which a robust but sensitive, safe and proportionate solution could have been adopted. Given the time taken in planning this barrier, a sympathetically designed and functionally safer installation should have been sought to avoid the major problems that are now visible to all.

We call on Cambridge City Council to conduct an immediate review of the Kings Parade barrier in order to urgently commission alternative arrangements and replace the current barrier without delay.

 

4.

Public questions time

5.

To consider the recommendations of the Executive for adoption

5a

Executive Councillor for Housing: HRA Budget-Setting Report (BSR) 2020/21 pdf icon PDF 108 KB

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5b

Executive Councillor for Finance and Resources: Capital Strategy 2020/2021 pdf icon PDF 177 KB

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5c

Executive Councillor for Finance and Resources: Treasury Management Strategy Statement Report 2020/21 to 2022/23 pdf icon PDF 176 KB

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6.

To consider Budget Recommendations of the Executive for Adoption

6a

Budget Setting Report (General Fund) 2020/21 pdf icon PDF 111 KB

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6b

Liberal Democrat Group Amendment to the Executive Budget Recommendations pdf icon PDF 223 KB

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7.

To consider the recommendations of Committees for adoption

7a

Civic Affairs: Pay Policy Statement 2020/21 pdf icon PDF 180 KB

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7b

Civic Affairs: Amendment to Council Procedure Rules pdf icon PDF 82 KB

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8.

To deal with oral questions

9.

Written questions

No discussion will take place on this item. Members will be asked to note the written questions and answers document as circulated around the Chamber.

 

10.

Information Pack pdf icon PDF 1 MB