Agenda

Venue: Committee Room 1 - Wallasey Town Hall. View directions

Contact: Anna Perrett, Principal Democratic Services Officer  Tel: 0151 691 8564 Email:  annaperret@wirral.gov.uk

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1.

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

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APOLOGIES

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3.

MEMBERS' CODE OF CONDUCT - DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

Members are asked to consider whether they have any disclosable pecuniary interests and/or any other relevant interest in connection with any item(s) on this agenda and, if so, to declare them and state the nature of the interest.

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MINUTES pdf icon PDF 245 KB

To approve the accuracy of the minutes of the meeting held on 8 March 2022

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PUBLIC AND MEMBER QUESTIONS

Please telephone the Committee Services Officer if you have not received an acknowledgement of your question/statement by the deadline for submission.

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5a

Public Questions

Notice of question to be given in writing or by email by 12 noon, 13 June 22 to the Council’s Monitoring Officer (committeeservices@wirral.gov.uk) and to be dealt with in accordance with Standing Order 10.

 

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5b

Statements and Petitions

Notice of representations to be given in writing or by email by 12 noon, 13 June 2022 to the Council’s Monitoring Officer (committeeservices@wirral.gov.uk) and to be dealt with in accordance with Standing Order 11.1.

 

Petitions may be presented to the Committee if provided to Democratic and Member Services no later than 10 working days before the meeting, at the discretion of the Chair. The person presenting the petition will be allowed to address the meeting briefly (not exceeding three minute) to outline the aims of the petition. The Chair will refer the matter to another appropriate body of the Council within whose terms of reference it falls without discussion, unless a relevant item appears elsewhere on the Agenda. If a petition contains more than 5,000 signatures, it will be debated at a subsequent meeting of Council for up to 15 minutes, at the discretion of the Mayor.

 

Please give notice of petitions to committeeservices@wirral.gov.uk in advance of the meeting.

 

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5c

Questions by Members

Questions by Members to be dealt with in accordance with Standing Orders 12.3 to 12.8.

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SECTION A - KEY AND OTHER DECISIONS

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Leisure Facilities Investment Strategy Report

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Leisure and Libraries Consultation Outcomes pdf icon PDF 518 KB

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Community Asset Transfer (Stage 1) pdf icon PDF 442 KB

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SECTION B - BUDGET AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

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2022/23 Budget Monitoring and 2023/24 Budget Setting

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2021/22 Budget Monitoring Quarter 4 - Outturn

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SECTION C - WORK PROGRAMME / OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY

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Appointment to Birkenhead Park Management Committee pdf icon PDF 203 KB

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Appointment of Heritage Champion pdf icon PDF 449 KB

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Work Programme Update pdf icon PDF 380 KB

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Exempt Information - Exclusion of the Press and Public

The following items contain exempt information.

 

RECOMMENDATION:  That, under section 100 (A) (4) of the Local Government Act 1972, the public be excluded from the meeting during consideration of the following items of business on the grounds that they involve the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined by paragraph 3 of Part I of Schedule 12A (as amended) to that Act. The Public Interest test has been applied and favours exclusion.

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Appendix - 5 Wirral Council Leisure Facility Investment Strategy (004)

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Terms of Reference

The Tourism, Communities, Culture and Leisure Committee has responsibility for customer contact, community development and community services, including all of those functions related to community safety and also those regarding the promotion of community engagement.

 

The Committee is charged by full Council to undertake responsibility for the Council’s role and functions:-

(a)  for customer and community contact services, including various offices and meeting points, customer contact centres and advice and transaction services

(b)  community engagement, incorporating the Council’s approach to equalities, inclusion communities, neighbourhoods and the voluntary and charitable sector, community wealth building and social value;

(c)  in considering options and develop proposals for neighbourhood arrangements, including capacity building, use of assets and devolving powers and services to neighbourhoods;

(d)  for the provision and management of leisure, sports and recreation facilities; 

(e)  for delivery of the authority’s library and museums services, including but not limited to art galleries, historic buildings and their gardens and the functions of the Council regarding public records, and the Council’s

(f)  concerning tourism, the arts, culture and heritage, including provision of theatre, entertainments, conferences and events;

(g)  in relation to bereavement services and support to the Coroner’s service;

(h)  regarding community safety, crime and disorder and all associated matters;

(i)  for trading standards and environmental health, including but not limited to:

(i)  consumer protection;

(ii)  product safety;

(iii)  fair trading;

(iv)  metrology;

(v)  food standards and animal health;

(vi)  air pollution control;

(vii)  health and safety at work (except in so far as it relates to the Council as an employer);

(viii)  public conveniences;

(ix)  food safety; and

(x)  control of nuisances;

(j)  in respect of emergency planning and community resilience (community, regulatory and asset services);

(k)  providing a view of performance, budget monitoring and risk management in relation to the Committee’s functions; and

(l)  undertaking the development and implementation of policy in relation to the Committee’s functions, incorporating the assessment of outcomes, review of effectiveness and formulation of recommendations to the Council, partners and other bodies, which shall include any decision relating to the above functions.

m)  in respect of the Police and Justice Act 2006, the functions to:

(i)  review or scrutinise decisions made or other action taken, in connection with the discharge by the responsible authorities of their crime and disorder functions; and

(ii)  make reports or recommendations to the local authority with respect to the discharge of those functions

 

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