Recorded Vote status:Rejected
To require that any changes to car parking
tariffs in the borough in 2020/21 be brought to Council for full
transparent debate and decision, following all necessary
consultation, and are not approved through delegated authority.
Recorded Vote status:Carried
To agree a 1.9% increase in Waverley’s
element of the Council Tax Charge for 2020/21, equivalent to around
7p a week on a Band D property.
To make no change to the Council’s
existing Council Tax Support Scheme.
To agree the proposed Fees and Charges as
shown at Annexe 4 of the report.
To approve the General Fund Budget for 2020/21
as set out in Annexes 2 and 3 of the report.
To approve the General Fund Capital Programme
as shown in Annexe 6.
To approve the Capital Strategy for 2020/21
incorporating the Treasury Management Strategy, Prudential
Indicators, and Property Investment Strategy.
An increase in the rent level of Council dwellings of 2.7% on the
2019/20 level with effect from 1 April 2020, in accordance with the
Government’s permitted guidelines.
An increase in the weekly charge for garages rented by both Council
and non-Council tenants of 25 pence per week excluding VAT with
effect from 1 April 2020.
An increase in the service charge in sheltered accommodation of 50
pence per week with effect from 1 April 2020.
An increase in the recharge for energy costs in sheltered
accommodation (as appropriate) of 50 pence per week with effect
from 1 April 2020.
The revised HRA Business Plan 2020/21-2023/24.
The approval change for the fees and charges.
The HRA Capital Programme.
The use of the Working Balance Reserve and Contingency Reserves to
fund Capital programmes.
Financing of the capital programmes in line with resources as
To approve the Annual Pay Policy Statement
To approve the council tax resolutions as set
out in the report.
To approve the proposed revisions to the
Contract Procurement Rules.
To agree that,
The Council’s Taxi and Private Hire enforcement functions
under the legislation set out in the report are delegated to the
Surrey local licensing authorities, in addition to retaining those
functions within the Borough, and to similarly receive the
delegated Taxi and Private Hire enforcement functions of those
local authorities; and
The responsibility for relevant Taxi and Private hire licensing
legislation currently delegated to the head of Environmental &
Regulatory Services be extended to include the authorisation of
officers of other Surrey authorities participating in a Joint
That the Council approves the
Communications and Engagement Strategy 2019 –
That Council delegates
authority to the Head of Environmental & Regulatory Services in consultation with
Portfolio Holder and relevant Ward Members to vary, extend or
delete the specific areas affected by the PSPO as listed within the
Schedule of Land.Any such
amendments will be subject to consultation and publicity /
notification requirements (in accordance with regulations made by
the Secretary of State).
That the Council agrees that a
PSPO in relation to dog control is made, and delegated authority is
given to the Head of Environmental Services in consultation with
the Portfolio Holder and relevant Ward Councillors to vary, extend
or delete the specific areas affected by the PSPO as listed within
the Schedule of Land. Any such amendments
will be subject to consultation and publicity / notification
requirements (in accordance with regulations made by the Secretary
That the Council agrees the
proposed amendments to the Financial Regulations.
That Council notes the
conclusion of the compulsory review of polling districts and
polling places, and approves the list of future polling places as
set out in Appendix B of the report.
The Council agrees that no further changes to
the Statement of Community Involvment are required.
To amend Council Procedure Rule 10 (Public
Questions) in order to reinstate Informal Questions before the
start of Council meetings, on the same basis in which they have
previousl operated and on a trial basis.
That the Schedule of Special Responsibility
Allowances within the Members’ Scheme of Allowances be
amended to increase the SRA for the Chairman of the Standards
Committee to the same level as for other Committee Chairmen, and to
introduce an SRA for the Vice-Chairman of the Standards Committee,
at the same leve as for other Committee Vice-Chairmen, and that
these SRAs be backdated to the beginning of the current Council