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Apologies for Absence
Apologies for absence and notification of substitute members
To receive from Members declarations and the nature thereof in relation to:-
Personal Interests in any Agenda item
Personal and Prejudicial Interests in any Agenda item
To deal with general questions and statements from members of the public in accordance with the scheme of public participation set out in Appendix A referred to in the Public Participation Scheme.
To receive petitions in accordance with the scheme of public participation set out in Annex 2 in Part 4 of the Constitution.
Disclosure of Exempt Information
To consider proposals, if any, to deal with any item likely to involve disclosure of exempt information as defined in the relevant paragraph(s) of Part I of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972 prior to the exclusion of the press and public.
To consider the Audit Commission’s Annual Governance Reports to the Audit Committee in respect of South Bedfordshire District Council and Bedfordshire County Council following their validation of the Statements of Accounts 2008/09. (Annual Governance Reports to follow)
- Bedfordshire County Council AGR October 2009, item7. PDF 275 KB
- South Beds Annual Governance Report version 2, item7. PDF 256 KB
This report presents the Bedfordshire County Council Statement of Accounts 2008/09 to the Audit Committee for approval.
Note: the Statement of Account will follow as a Supplementary document.
This report presents the South Bedfordshire District Council Statement of Accounts 2008/09 to the Audit Committee for approval.
This report presents the Mid Bedfordshire District Council Statement of Accounts 2008/09 to the Audit Committee for approval.
- MBDC Statement of Accounts 2008-09 FINAL 051009, item10. PDF 783 KB
- MBDC Annual Governance final, item10. PDF 232 KB
The report outlines the likely changes arising from the introduction of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and sets out the Council’s approach to planning for these changes. The changes come into full effect from 2010-11 and, in some areas, will have an impact on the Council’s systems and management processes.