Venue: Belgrave Neighbourhood Centre, Rothley Street, Leicester.Items No. Item
6:30pm – 7:00pm
Meet your Councillors and local service providers dealing with:-
- City Warden
- General Council issues and other matters
7:00pm – 8:30pm
Get involved in your area and planning for the future. There will be presentations and discussions on:
- Sainsbury’s Development
- Consultation on City Mayor’s proposals for future events and festivals programme
- Local Policing Update
- City Wardens Update
Making Meetings Accessible to All
Meetings are held in a variety of community venues. We will only hold meetings in venues where there is suitable access for wheelchairs. If you have any concerns about accessing a venue by wheelchair, please contact the Democratic Services Officer on the details provided.
BRAILLE / AUDIO TAPE – CD / TRANSLATION
If you require this agenda or a particular part of it to be translated or provided on audio tape, the Democratic Services Officer can organise this for you (production times will depend on equipment facility availability). In certain cases, subject to the agreement of the local Councillors, translation facilities can be provided at the meeting.
INDUCTION LOOPS – HEARING AT MEETINGS
We provide a loop system at every meeting for people with hearing aids. If you have a hearing aid, please speak to the Democratic Services Officer at the meeting for further assistance if you think you won’t be able to hear what’s being discussed. There is also a facility which can help people hear better if you don’t have a hearing aid but are hard of hearing, again please speak to the Democratic Services Officer about this.
PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS OF SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES YOU CAN TALK TO AT THIS MEETING
You can raise matters of concern, give opinions and find out information which may be of use
Ward Councillors and General Information
Talk to your local councillors or raise general queries
Talk to your Local Police about issues or raise general queries.
The first part of the agenda covers formal items which the Councillors need to deal with to ensure that regulations on holding meetings are kept to.
ELECTION OF CHAIR
Councillors will elect a Chair for the meeting.
APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST
The first main item on theagenda is Declarations of Interest where Councillors have to say if there is anything on the agenda they have a personal interest in. For example if a meeting was due to discuss a budget application put forward by a community group and one of the Councillors was a member of that group, they would not be able to take part in the decision on that budget application.
Councillors are asked to declare any interest they may have in the business on the agenda, and/or indicate that Section 106 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992 applies to them.
The minutes of the previous Belgrave and Latimer Community Meeting, held on 28th February 2012, are attached and Members are asked to confirm them as a correct record.
This next part of the agenda covers items where input from you on issues that affect your community is welcomed.
SAINSBURY'S DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS - BELGRAVE ROAD SITE
To discuss and comment on the planning application, recently submitted to the City Council by Sainsbury’s in respect of their existing Belgrave Road retail site. The comments will form part of the consultation feedback, prior to the application being determined by the City Council.
FUTURE EVENTS AND FESTIVALS PROGRAMME
The Community Meeting to be consulted on the City mayor’s proposals for the future events and festivals programme. Comments on the proposals will be sought.
LOCAL POLICING UPDATE
To receive an update on local policing issues.
CITY WARDEN UPDATE
To receive an update from the City Warden.
Councillors are reminded that they will need to declare any interest they may have in budget applications, and/or indicate that Section 106 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992 applies to them.
Jerry Connolly, members Support Officer to report on thos funding applications received since the last meeting, as summarised as follows: -
i) Young Sports Leaders £435
An application received from Boxercise4health to part fund a Young Sports Leaders programme at St. Matthews Sports Centre, over a 10 week period, between 9th June and 11th August 2012, enabling young people aged 11-19 to get the opportunity to work together on setting up and leading sports groups and activities to other groups.
ii) Community Consultation – Golden Mile up to £850
major innovative road layout changes proposals
An application to fund the provision of transport to take a group of local residents and community representatives to view a road scheme in Coventry that involves a major rethinking of the way in which people and traffic interact.
The second part of the scheme is intended to provide a video record of the people’s comments when they have seen the Coventry project.
The proposals have arisen from discussions with the Golden Mile Regeneration Group.
ANY OTHER BUSINESS