Agenda and decisions

Cabinet - Thursday, 13th June, 2019 6.00 pm

Venue: The Committee Room

Contact: Mark Hooper 

No. Item


Apologies for Absence


Declarations of Interest


Money Matters 2018/19: Review of Financial Performance Against the Financial Strategy pdf icon PDF 2 MB


The Cabinet:


1.1       Noted the report and issues raised within and agreed that Leadership Team with Cabinet Members will continue to closely monitor and manage the Medium Term Financial Strategy.


1.2       Noted the transfers to earmarked reserves and the level of general and earmarked reserves at 31 March 2019.


1.3       Approved £819,000 of Capital Programme slippage related to 2018/19 being added to the Approved Budget in 2019/20 as outlined at appendix D of the Cabinet report.


1.4       Noted the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) financial year report which is in accordance with Regulation 62 of The Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010 (as amended).


Agreed that Council be recommended:


1.5       To approve the actual 2018/19 Prudential Indicators contained within the report.


1.6       To increase the Investment Limit, for any group of pooled funds under the same management, from £4m per manager to £9m per manager.



Report on Performance Against the Delivery Plan – End of Year 2018/19 pdf icon PDF 285 KB

Additional documents:


The Cabinet:


1.1     Noted the Council’s performance against its Delivery Plan targets as of April 2019.


1.2     Noted that of the 82 actions, 54 actions are either complete or ontarget.


1.3     Noted and approved that 25 actions have a revised due date, due in the main to external factors, and are on target to meet these new duedates.


1.4     Noted that two projects are currently behind target, and one has not yet beenstarted.




On target

Revised target

Behind target

Not started

Delivery Plan actions – total 82








Business Rates - Retail Discount Scheme - Amendment to the Non Domestic Rates Relief Policy pdf icon PDF 114 KB


The Cabinet approved the amendment to the Council’s Non Domestic Rates Relief Policy, as set out in the Cabinet report, in order to be able to apply the Retail Discount to bills of qualifying ratepayers.