|Anthony Okereke (Chair)
||Leader of the Council
|Averil Lekau (Vice-Chair)
||Deputy Leader, Cabinet Member for Climate Change, Environment and Transport
||Cabinet Member for Community Safety and Enforcement
||Cabinet Member for Equality, Culture and Communities
|Cabinet Member for Inclusive Economy, Business and Skills
|Cabinet Member for Children and Young People
||Cabinet Member for Health and Adults' Social Care
||Cabinet Member for Housing, Neighbourhoods and Homelessness
||Cabinet Member for Regeneration
||Cabinet Member for Finance, Resources and Social Value
Apologies for Absence
To receive apologies from Members of the Committee.
The Chair to announce any items of urgent business circulated separately from the main agenda.
Members to declare any personal and financial interests in items on the agenda. Attention is drawn to the Council’s Constitution; the Council’s Code of Conduct and associated advice.
To agree, as a true and accurate record, the Minutes of the Cabinet Meeting held on 23 March 2022.
No motion or discussion may take place upon the Minutes except as to their accuracy, and any question on this point will be determined by a majority of the Members of the body attending who were present when the matter in question was decided. Once confirmed, with or without amendment, the person presiding will sign the Minutes
- To consider and take account of the feedback from the consultation as set out in Paragraph 6.
- To agree to provide a modern personalised Day Opportunities Service for Adults with Learning Disabilities by introducing a Hub and Spoke model developed in consultation with residents and carers as set out in the report.
- To consider and take into account the equalities impact assessment of the proposals on protected groups and action proposed to mitigate the impact as set out in cross cutting section and Appendix 3.
- Note that from the 1st July 2022, the South East London Clinical Commissioning Group (SELCCG) will no longer exist, and all current functions will transfer to the South East London Integrated Care Board (SELICB).
- Agree that the Director of Health and Adult Services may take-up the role of Place Executive Lead (PEL) for 1.5 days per week and for an agreement under s.113 Local Government Act 1972 to be entered into for this purpose. An NHS recruitment process has already been undertaken and the role has been offered to the RBG Director of Health and Adult Services. The PEL will fulfil NHS delegated functions effective 1st July 2022 with full reimbursement from the SELICB
- Agree that the Director of Health and Adult Services will have delegated responsibility to lead the future development and arrangements of the Healthier Greenwich Partnership (HGP) on behalf of the council with a view to creating a Joint Committee between the South East London Integrated Care Board and the Council for April 2023.
- Note that the NHS representation on the Health and Wellbeing Board can be agreed by the Chair of the Health and Wellbeing Board, following the disestablishment of the SELCCG and the establishment of the South East London Integrated Care Board from the 1st July 2022.
- To approve the Council submits individual bids to the Greater London Authority (GLA) of £100,000 per property (up to £2,500,000 in total), on an ongoing basis under the Right to Buy Back Grant scheme, for the purchase of up to 25 open market properties to be used as Housing Revenue Account (HRA) general needs housing.
- To approve a budget of £4,589,240 of HRA borrowing to fund the balance of resources required to purchase up to 25 open market properties within the acquisition assumptions detailed in appendix two of this report.
- To note the acquisition assumptions outlined in appendix two of this report, which will be used as bedroom size funding envelopes in which a purchase must be limited to ensure an acquisition does not create a budget pressure for the HRA.
- To agree properties purchased under the Right to Buy Back Grant scheme will have rents set at London Affordable Rent levels, in line with the Rent Standard, which is required to enable sufficient borrowing to be leveraged in to make the scheme viable.
- To delegate authority to the Director of Regeneration Enterprise and Skills to approve the purchase of each acquisition under the Right to Buy Back Grant scheme.
- To note the outline process table for this initiative as detailed in appendix one of this report.
- To note the summary of Waivers to Contract Standing Orders reported for the period 1st July 2021 – 31st December 2021, detailed in Appendix 1.
- To note the summary of Variations under Contract Standing Orders reported for the period 1st July 2021 – 31st December 2021, detailed in Appendix II.
- To note the requirement to refer the report to Overview and Scrutiny as per paragraphs 4.1 and 4.2 below.
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