Agenda

This meeting will be held remotely, Council
Tuesday, 20th October, 2020 2.00 pm

Venue: This meeting will be held remotely. The meeting can be viewed live by pasting this link into your browser: https://youtu.be/ukgeh3TucX8

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Items
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1.

Apologies

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2.

Minutes of the meeting held on 8 September, 2020 pdf icon PDF 109 KB

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3.

Correspondence and Announcements of the Lord Mayor

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Petitions

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Declarations of Interest

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Matters Left for Determination by the City Council/Recommendations for the City Council

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Annual Report of the Ethics Committee 2019-20 pdf icon PDF 50 KB

From the Ethics Committee, 8 October, 2020

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Scrutiny Annual Report 2019/2020 pdf icon PDF 43 KB

From the Scrutiny Co-ordination Committee 16 September, 2020

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It is anticipated that the following matters will be referred as a Recommendations. The reports are attached. The relevant Recommendations will be circulated separately

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Contingency & Recovery Plan 2020/21 (Youth Justice Plan) pdf icon PDF 116 KB

From the Cabinet, 13 October 2020

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Responses to Government Planning Consultations pdf icon PDF 77 KB

From the Cabinet, 13 October 2020

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Items for Consideration

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Amendments to Appointments pdf icon PDF 63 KB

Report of the Director of Law and Governance

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Report of Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman pdf icon PDF 92 KB

Report of the Director of Education and Skills

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Items submitted for information

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Amendments to Allocation of Executive Functions within Cabinet pdf icon PDF 55 KB

Report of the Leader

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Exercise of Emergency Functions pdf icon PDF 69 KB

Report of the Chief Executive

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Question Time pdf icon PDF 51 KB

(a)  Written Question – Booklet 1

 

(b)  Oral Questions to Chairs of Scrutiny Boards/Chair of Scrutiny

Co-ordination Committee

 

(c)  Oral Questions to Chairs of other meetings

 

(d)  Oral Questions to Representatives on Outside Bodies

 

(e)  Oral Questions to Cabinet Members and Deputy Cabinet Members on any matter

 

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Statements

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Debates

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16.1

Debate: 20 MPH Zones

“This council commits itself to commence work on all outstanding 20 MPH zones by the end of this municipal year, 31st March 2021, to include the necessary measures to ensure effective enforcement. Since the outbreak of CovId19 while there has been a decrease in the number vehicles on the city’s roads there has been a significant increase in the number of vehicles travelling at excessive speed. We urge the council together with the money from the government to implement dedicated cycle ways to fulfil their commitment to bring in the 20 MPH Zones so Coventry can truly be considered a safe city.”

 

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16.2

Debate: Windrush Scandal

“This council pledges to oppose the criminalisation of Windrush families, calling for an end to the “hostile environment” policies and for support for those who have been affected by them. We call for 22nd June to be celebrated as annual Windrush Day and we will press central Government for a public enquiry into the scandal.”

Furthermore we will:

·  Continue actively campaigning for an end to all “hostile environment “ policy measures and to continue to call on the Government to enable the Windrush generation to acquire British citizenship at no cost and with proactive assistance throughout the process.

·  Join with other councils and celebrate an annual Windrush Day in Coventry and for Coventry to welcome the Government’s announcement to make 22nd June each year an annual celebration to recognise and honour the enormous contribution of those who arrived between 1948 and 1971.

·  Press the Prime Minister to call for an independent public enquiry into the Windrush scandal.

·  Demand the Government fully supports advice agencies in their work to achieve justice for all Coventry residents of the Windrush generation

·  Support the call for fees for naturalisation to be waived for all those who have been affected.

·  Oppose the criminalisation of Windrush families”.

 

 

 

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