That Cabinet notes the progress achieved during Q4 of 2021/22 and endorses the contents of report CAB3347.
Councillor Tod introduced the report and advised that it had been considered at a previous Scrutiny Committee and Performance Panel.
Cabinet agreed the following for the reasons set out above and outlined in the report.
That the progress achieved during Q4 of 2021/22 be noted and the contents of the report be endorsed.
That the Scrutiny Committee:
1. Notes that the Performance Panel met on the 6 June 2022 to scrutinise the attached report, CAB3347 and its associated appendices. The minutes of the panel’s meeting will be circulated to the Scrutiny Committee before it meets on the 14 June 2022 and will be included as an appendix of the Cabinet report.
2. Notes that the Chairperson of Performance Panel will provide a verbal update at the Scrutiny Committee.
3. Raises with the Leader or relevant Cabinet member any issues arising from the information in this report, ref CAB3347, which is being presented to Cabinet in July 2022 and considers whether there are any items of significance to resolve or to be drawn to the attention of Cabinet.
The Chairperson of the Performance Panel (Councillor Horrill) introduced the report and informed that the panel had met on 6 June 2022 to scrutinise the cabinet report, ref CAB3347, available here.
Councillor Horrill confirmed that all members had received the draft cabinet report, the pre-submitted questions, and the draft minutes of the panel’s meeting which showed several actions. The committee was also advised that an update on any outstanding actions would be circulated to all members.
Councillor Horrill drew members' attention to the following issues:
· That at a previous meeting, the panel had suggested that as part of the council plan refresh that a review of the key performance indicators used in the quarterly performance reports would be appropriate but that it was understood that the next quarterly report would use the existing measures.
· The panel’s questions from members regarding various housing matters and that officers would be discussing the need for a member briefing.
· The panel’s questions regarding fly-tipping and the request for further communication to be circulated to members.
1. Noted that the performance panel met on 6 June 2022 to scrutinise the report, CAB3347 and its associated appendices.
2. Noted the draft minutes of the panel and the verbal update provided by the Chairperson.