Cabinet, Monday 6 March 2023
This meeting will be held in the Council Chamber, Mendip District Council, Shepton Mallet at 6.30 pm.
As part of Mendip District Council's transition to the New Unitary, it will not be possible to livestream this meeting.
Your safety at public meetings is very important to us. Given the comments above, should you wish to attend the meeting or make representations, you will need to attend the meeting in person. If you do wish to attend the meeting in person, we ask that you contact Democratic Services at DemocraticServices@mendip.gov.uk to register your attendance. This is so that the available capacity can be monitored and, if necessary, access carefully controlled. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you do not register your intention to attend in this way, you may not be able to gain access to the meeting. We kindly request anyone wishing to attend who experiences any COVID symptoms not come to the meeting.
NOTICE OF DECISIONS
FULL AGENDA AND REPORTS PACK
1 CHAIR'S ANNOUNCEMENTS
2 APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
To receive apologies from Members of Cabinet who are unable to attend the meeting.
3 DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
4 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
a) Items on the agenda
b) Items not on the agenda
5 QUESTIONS FROM MEMBERS
None have been received.
6 QUARTER 3 BUDGET MONITORING REPORT
This report summarises the forecast outturn position against the agreed Council budget for 2022-23 based on Quarter 3 projections.
7 CORPORATE PERFORMANCE QUARTER 3 PERFORMANCE REPORT
This report provides a summary of the high-level priorities that support the delivery of the Corporate Delivery Plan.
8 ENHANCING AIR QUALITY IN MENDIP (UPDATE REPORT)
This report advises of progress of the air quality work programme since the last report (Cabinet March 2022). The programme was introduced to meet the previous corporate priority commitment (priority Action CC6).
9 LOCAL AUTHORITY HOUSING FUND (LAHF)
Mendip DC has developed a proposal (Appendix 1 validation form) which has been accepted by DLUHC. It is to accept £975,004 of Government capital funding, matched by £1,122,934 of funding from Somerset County Council (SCC), to acquire and deliver 8 homes in Mendip to provide settled homes for Afghan's and Ukrainian's who have arrived through the resettlement and relocation schemes.
10 URGENT BUSINESS
To consider any business that the Chair considers is urgent