Agenda and decisions

The Executive - Tuesday, 28th June, 2022 10.00 am

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Venue: Council Chamber, Council Offices, Llangefni

Contact: Ann Holmes 

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Items
No. Item

1.

Declaration of interest

To receive any declaration of interest from a Member or Officer in respect of any item of business.

Additional documents:

Decision:

No declaration of interest was received.

2.

Urgent matters certified by the Chief Executive or his appointed officer

No urgent matters at the time of dispatch of this agenda.

Additional documents:

Decision:

None to report.

3.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 229 KB

To submit for confirmation, the draft minutes of the meeting of the Executive held on 25 April 2022.

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Decision:

It was RESOLVED that the minutes of the previous meeting of the Executive held on 25 April, 2022 be approved as correct.

4.

The Executive's Forward Work Programme pdf icon PDF 359 KB

To submit a report by the Interim Head of Democratic Services.

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Decision:

It was RESOLVED to confirm the Executive’s updated Forward Work Programme for the period July 2022 to February 2023 as presented.

5.

Scorecard Monitoring Report - Quarter 4, 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 577 KB

To submit a report by the Head of Profession - HR and Transformation.

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Decision:

It was RESOLVED to accept the Scorecard monitoring report for Q4 2022/23, to note the areas which the Senior Leadership Team are managing to secure improvements into the futrure and to accept the mitigation measures outlined in the report.

6.

Revenue Budget Monitoring, Outturn 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 745 KB

To submit a report by the Director of Function (Resources)/Section 151 Officer.

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Decision:

It was RESOLVED:-

 

·      To note the position set out in Appendices A and B to the report in respect of the Authority’s financial performance to date and expected outturn for 2021/2022;

·      To note the summary of Contingency budgets for 2021/2022 detailed in Appendix C to the report;

·      To note the position of the invest to save programmes in Appendix CH to the report.

·      To note the monitoring of agency and consultancy costs for 2021/2022 in Appendices D and DD to the report;

·      To note the schools balances in Appendix E to the report.

7.

Capital Outturn 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 447 KB

To submit a report by the Director of Function (Resources)/Section 151 Officer.

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Decision:

It was RESOLVED:-

 

·           To note the draft outturn position of the Capital Programme 2021/2022 that is subject to Audit, and

·           To approve the carry-forward of £11.242m to 2022/2023 for the underspend on the programme due to slippage.  The funding for this will also carry-forward to 2022/2023 (Appendix A – paragraph 4.3 to the report).  The revised capital budget for 2022/2023 is £47.203m

8.

Housing Revenue Account Outturn - Quarter 4 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 466 KB

To submit a report by the Director of Function (Resources)/Section 151 Officer.

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Decision:

It was RESOLVED to note the position set out in respect of the financial performance of the Housing Revenue Account (HRA) for the 2021/2022 financial year.

9.

Cost of Living – Discretionary Scheme pdf icon PDF 318 KB

To submit a report by the Director of Function (Resources)/Section 151 Officer.

Additional documents:

Decision:

It was RESOLVED :-

 

·           To approve the groups in 2.1.1 to the report to be provided with £150, with a budget of 150,000 administered by the Revenues and Benefits Section of the Isle of Anglesey County Council;

·           To approve the hardship funding for residents moving out of emergency accommodation into settled accommodation :-

 

Up to £300 of funding to cover food and/or fuel costs during their move on into more settled accommodation.  Funding can be used to cover immediate fuel costs, such as oil.  Additionally, this aspect can support furniture costs.  This funding of £50,000 to be administered by the Statutory Homeless Services based on assessed need.

 

·           To approve £150 for Anglesey residents that are in Higher Education and rent or own accommodation on the Island that were exempt from phase one :-

 

·        £5,000 to be provided to Grwp Llandrillo Menai to administer for the above group;

·        £5,000 to be provided to Bangor University to administer for the above group.

 

·           To approve the following for phase two of the cost of living scheme for Anglesey residents that are ex-forces/veterans and are in financial hardship.  This funding will be based on an assessed need for up to £300 payment per household in need:-

 

·        £10,000 to be provided to the Anglesey British Legion & SAFFA as part of their offering when supporting veterans in hardship.

 

·           To approve the following groups for Anglesey residents that are in financial hardship and have no access to additional hardship funding, such as the Discretionary Assistance Fund.  Funding can support food and fuel costs.

 

·        This aspect will support residents that are ‘in-work’ poverty.  This funding will be based on an assessed need for up to £300 payment that can be administered by the internal Welfare Rights Unit (J E O’Toole Centre), the internal Financial Inclusion Team and CAB Ynys Môn;

·        This aspect will cover all socio-demographic backgrounds and is focused on the evidence of hardship.  £100,000 to be administered by the Welfare Rights Unit (J E O’Toole Centre), the internal Financial Inclusion Team and CAB Ynys Môn.

 

·       To authorise the Corporate Director (Resources)/Section 151 Officer to increase budgets for organisations based on an accepted business case, demonstrating the need and demand.