Agenda

Venue: Council Chamber - Town Hall, Rochdale, OL16 1AB. View directions

Contact: Alison James/Peter Thompson/John Addison (Rotate) 

Items
No. Item

1.

Mayor's Communications

2.

Apologies

3.

Declarations of Interest

    Members are required to declare any disclosable pecuniary, personal or personal and prejudicial interests they may have and the nature of those interests relating to items on this agenda and/or indicate if S106 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992 applies to them.   

4.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 77 KB

5.

Public Questions and Petitions

6.

Notices of Motion

    The Council is asked to consider the following three Motions that have been submitted in accordance with Council Procedure Rule 10:

     

    a)    It will be moved by Councillor Taylor and seconded by Councillor Neil Emmott that:

     

    “This Council recognises that there has been a marked deterioration in the standard of driving, particularly in the evenings where instances of dangerous driving and excessive speed have become commonplace. This is an issue across the whole Borough and it is of serious and increasing concern to our communities. The dangerous use of our highways is now so prevalent is has morphed from anti-social behaviour to a serious road safety issue.

     

    This Council requests that the Chief Executive undertakes to bring together a group of Members, relevant officers, partner organisations and stakeholders to address this matter of significant concern, through a combination of community engagement, awareness raising, education, prevention and enforcement interventions, with a view to making the Borough's highways and its drivers safer.”

     

    b)    It will be moved by Councillor Wardle and seconded by Councillor Hartley that:

     

    “As bonfire night approaches, the National Farmers Union (NFU) is urging councils across England and Wales to introduce a total ban on sky lanterns to avoid fires, harm to animals and littering.

     

    More than 70 local authorities have already introduced bans, and the NFU is encouraging more councils to follow their example and ban the dangerous lanterns, which are frequently set off around bonfire night, Christmas and New Year.

     

    The lanterns sometimes called Chinese lanterns have caused devastating damage to buildings and farm fields, as well as gruesome injuries to livestock and other animals.

     

    Scotland has brought in a total ban on these lanterns, and more than 70 councils in England and Wales have banned the sale and use of the lanterns including Bolton, Oldham, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Cheshire East and Cheshire West & Chester.

     

    I urge members of the council to support the banning of these lanterns, keeping us aligned with other GM authorities.”

     

    c)    It will be moved by Councillor Dearnley and seconded by Councillor Holly that:

     

    “The Communities of Rochdale deserve to have confidence in our democratic processes.  In light of his recent acceptance of a police caution relating to an electoral offence, and the consequential damage caused to public confidence in local democracy, this Council calls upon Councillor Faisal Rana to consider his position as an elected member of this authority.”

     

     

7.

Application for Registration as a Village Green - Application VG/O1/15 Land at Cut Lane Norden Rochdale pdf icon PDF 118 KB

8.

Audit and Governance Committee Annual Report 2017/2018 pdf icon PDF 91 KB

9.

Overview and Scrutiny Committee Annual Report 2017/2018 pdf icon PDF 90 KB

10.

Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places pdf icon PDF 105 KB

11.

Proposed Changes to the Transport for Greater Manchester Committee pdf icon PDF 104 KB

12.

Calendar of Meetings 2019-2020 pdf icon PDF 92 KB

13.

Annual Review of the Constitution pdf icon PDF 132 KB

14.

Freedom of the Borough Review - the late Cyril Smith pdf icon PDF 110 KB

15.

Members' Quarterly Reports

16.

The Leader of the Council and the Cabinet Member for Finance pdf icon PDF 106 KB

17.

The Cabinet Member for Planning, Development and Housing pdf icon PDF 94 KB

18.

The Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing pdf icon PDF 102 KB

19.

The Cabinet Member for Environment pdf icon PDF 117 KB

20.

The Cabinet Member for Resources pdf icon PDF 104 KB

21.

The Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Business and Skills pdf icon PDF 74 KB

22.

The Cabinet Member for Children's Services pdf icon PDF 91 KB

23.

The Cabinet Member for Adult Care pdf icon PDF 72 KB

24.

The Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods, Community and Culture pdf icon PDF 104 KB

25.

The Chair of Heywood Township Committee pdf icon PDF 91 KB

26.

The Chair of Middleton Township Committee pdf icon PDF 2 MB

27.

The Chair of Pennines Township Committee pdf icon PDF 623 KB

28.

The Chair of Rochdale Township Committee pdf icon PDF 271 KB

29.

The Chair of the Corporate Overview and Scrutiny Committee pdf icon PDF 77 KB

30.

The Chair of the Communities, Regeneration and Environment Overview and Scrutiny Committee pdf icon PDF 73 KB

31.

The Chair of the Health, Schools and Care Overview and Scrutiny Committee pdf icon PDF 84 KB