Greenwich Council

Decisions

Decisions published

09/04/2019 - Costcutter, 188 Court Road, Mottingham, SE9 4EW ref: 7053    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Licensing Sub-Committee B

Made at meeting: 09/04/2019 - Licensing Sub-Committee B

Decision published: 16/04/2019

Effective from: 09/04/2019

Decision:

In reaching its decision the Sub Committee considered the Council’s statement of Licensing Policy, the Licensing Act 2003, the Regulations made there under and the Guidance issued by the Secretary of State under S.182 of that Act. In discharging its functions, the Sub Committee did so with a view to promoting the licensing objectives of the prevention of crime and disorder, public safety, the prevention of public nuisance and the protection of children from harm.

 

Having considered all the evidence put before it the Sub-Committee decided to grant the Premises Licence under the Licensing Act 2003 in respect of the

 

Costcutter, 188 Court Road, Mottingham, London SE9 4EW

 

as follows:

 

That the hours for licensable activities

 

the off sale and supply of alcohol shall be

 

Monday – Sunday

08:00 hours-23:00 hours

 

the hours that the premises shall be open to the public shall be:

 

Monday - Sunday

06:00 hours-23:00 hours

 

The licence is granted subject to the conditions as are consistent with the Operating Schedule and the conditions volunteered by the applicant. The Licence is also granted subject to the conditions agreed by the applicant, the Greenwich Licensing Police, Public Health and the Community Safety Team as set out in paragraph 1.1 of the Agenda as follows:

 

1.    Staff shall be trained before making sales of alcohol in their responsibilities under the Licensing Act 2003. Refresher training will take place at 6 monthly intervals. All training will be documented and made available to the authorities on reasonable request.

 

2.    A CCTV system shall be in operation at the premises and recorded images shall be retained for a period of 30 days. CCTV images will be provided to the police and other responsible authorities as soon as practicable and in any case within 48 hours of a request for such images, subject of the provisions of the DPA.

 

3.    A staff member from the premises who is conversant with the operation of the CCTV system shall be on the premises at all times the premises is open to the public. This staff member must be able to show a Police or authorised officer recent data or footage with the absolute minimum of delay when requested.

 

4.    A register of refusals of alcohol shall be maintained at the premises. The register shall be examined on a regular basis by the duty manager/ DPS and the date and time of each examination will be endorsed in the register. The register will be made available for inspection by the Police and other authorised officers of the council upon reasonable request.

 

5.    An incident register shall be maintained at the premises and made available to the authorities on request.

 

6.    All staff at the store shall be trained in how to manage any person who they suspect may create a public nuisance in the area of the store. Such people will be asked to leave the area quietly (if safe to do so) an entry will be made in the incident register.

 

7.    The premises shall adopt a ’Challenge 25’ policy. This means that if a customer purchasing alcohol appears to be under the age of 25 they will be asked for proof of their age, to prove that they are 18 years or older.

 

8.    Posters shall be on display advising customers of the ‘Challenge 25’ policy.

 

9.    The only forms of identification that shall be accepted at the premises are a passport, UK photo-card driving licences, & cards bearing the ‘PASS’ hologram.

 

10.The premises shall not sell any beers, lager or cider with an ABV above 6.5% that are identified by the police as the products consumed by problem street drinkers and linked to problems with anti-social behaviour on the area.

 

 

 

 

The licence is granted subject to the Mandatory conditions for sale of alcohol as set out in the Licensing Act 2003 as amended by the Licensing Act 2003 (Mandatory Licensing Conditions) Order 2010 and Order 2014.

 

The Sub Committee’s decision was based on issues raised concerning Public Nuisance, Public safety and Prevention of Crime and Disorder Licensing Objectives.

 

In reaching their decision the Sub-Committee heard from the applicant and his representative. The applicant’s representative informed the Sub Committee that the applicant was an experienced operator and a PLH who has run the local newsagents, “Mottingham Food and Wine”, for the last 20 years and which is licensed for the off-sale of alcohol. The applicant confirmed that he had not experienced any issues relating to alcohol or street drinking. The applicant proposed to occupy the premises relating to the application with a brand-new, modern fitted large convenience store selling fresh and hot food. The proportion of alcohol to other products would be 10% - 15% and as a new premises the operational hardware such as CCTV equipment and training materials would also be brand new. The applicant lives above the parade of shops to which the application pertains.

 

The applicant’s representative confirmed that the applicant had agreed to reduce the licensing hours from 06:00 hours to 23:00 hours to 08:00 hours to 23:00 hours and that the Police had imposed additional CCTV and ABV conditions which were accepted.

 

The Sub-Committee also considered the written objections of a local resident who stated that she was not objecting to a ‘Costcutter’ shop being opened, but rather to the length of time the shop remained open. The local resident’s concern was that the initial opening hours of 06:00 hours to 23:00 hours applied for by the applicant would encourage people to congregate around the premises causing public nuisance and ‘possibly encourage’ crime and disorder. She also had some concerns that granting the application may increase littering.

 

The Sub-Committee took account of paragraph 3.12.1 of the Royal Borough of Greenwich Licensing Policy which states that the “The Police and local Community Safety Partnership are the main source of advice on crime and disorder”. The Sub-Committee noted that the Responsible Authorities, namely, the Police, Public Health and Community Safety Team who had made representations on the basis of the Prevention of Crime and Disorder, Prevention of Public Nuisance and Public Safety had agreed conditions with the applicant which had dealt with their concerns. The Sub-Committee placed weight on the fact that terms had been agreed.

 

The Sub-Committee was mindful of paragraph 11.3 of the Royal Borough of Greenwich Licensing Policy which states “The Royal Borough will deal with the issue of licensing hours on the individual merits of each application”.

 

In reaching their decision, the Sub-Committee considered all the written and verbal representations and was minded to grant a new premises licence for the off-sale & supply of alcohol. In resolving to grant the new licence the Sub-Committee took account of the applicant’s experience of running other licensed premises two doors away from the current premises which was the subject of the application. The Sub-Committee also considered the local resident’s particular concerns in respect of the length of time the premises remained open and the possibility of an increase in public nuisance and crime and disorder and were satisfied that the agreed conditions were appropriate and proportionate to address the concerns and promote the licensing objectives of the Prevention of Public Nuisance, Prevention of Crime and Disorder, Public Safety licensing objectives.

 

If the applicant or those making representations are aggrieved by the Council’s decision, they have the right to appeal to the Magistrates Court.  Such an appeal must be submitted to the Magistrates Court within 21 days of the date from when the appeal period is deemed to have started, which will be stated in the cover email or letter to the Notice of Decision.

 

 

 

Wards affected: Coldharbour and New Eltham;


16/04/2019 - Consideration of objection to proposal to include Hudson Place and the adjacent section of Raglan Road inside the Plumstead Station CPZ (PL) permit parking arrangements ref: 7054    Recommendations Approved (subject to call-in)

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member for Air Quality, Public Realm and Transport

Decision published: 16/04/2019

Effective from: 25/04/2019

Decision:

Noted the formal objection raised to the Traffic Management Orders associated with proposals to extend the Plumstead Station Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ PL) provisions to Hudson Place and the adjacent section of Raglan Road (numbered 62 to100).

 

Agreed to making of the Traffic Management Orders and the implementation of the proposals as approved by the Director of Regeneration, Enterprise & Skills on 5 October 2018 without amendment

 

 

 

 

Wards affected: Glyndon;

Lead officer: Richard Cornell


15/04/2019 - Approval of the Royal Boroughs Highway Maintenance Policy and Delivery Plan ref: 7052    For Determination

Decision Maker: Leader of the Council

Decision published: 15/04/2019

Effective from: 24/04/2019

Decision:

Approved the proposed Royal Borough Highway Infrastructure Maintenance Policy and Delivery Plan (HMPP) which is written following the publication of new best practice guidance set out in a national Code of Practice for highway maintenance and management and to provide any comments. Following approval the HMPP will be implemented. 

 

Noted that the draft (HMPP) has been presented and discussed at the Councils Highways Committee on 26 March 2019.  The Highways Committee endorsed the HMPP and made no further recommendations. This report takes the same format, with the same content, as that presented at Highways Committee. 

 

 

 

 

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Lead officer: Mark Hodgson


11/04/2019 - Ward Budget: GRE002 - Invicta Primary School Deptford - Edible Playground Scheme ref: 7050    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Leader of the Council

Decision published: 11/04/2019

Effective from: 18/04/2019

Decision:

Agreed the allocation of a one-off payment of £2,500 to support the development of an outdoor area within the confines of Invicta primary School into an edible playground.

 

 

 

Wards affected: Greenwich West;

Lead officer: Jackie Jago


11/04/2019 - Ward Budget: GSHP003 - Computer Equipment for Plumstead Make Merry ref: 7051    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Deputy Leader, Cabinet Member for Children's Services and Schools

Decision published: 11/04/2019

Effective from: 18/04/2019

Decision:

Agreed the allocation of a one-off payment of £672.97 to purchase computer equipment for the Plumstead Make Merry Association.

 

 

 

 

Wards affected: Various;

Lead officer: Jackie Jago


04/04/2019 - China Noodle, 21 Elm Terrace, London, SE9 5DW ref: 7049    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Licensing Review Sub-Committee

Made at meeting: 04/04/2019 - Licensing Review Sub-Committee

Decision published: 09/04/2019

Effective from: 04/04/2019

Decision:

Review of Premises Licence

for China Noodle Restaurant

21 Elm Terrace, London, SE9

 

In reaching its decision the Sub-Committee considered the Council’s Statement of Licensing Policy, the Licensing Act 2003, the Regulations made thereunder and the Statutory Guidance issued by the Secretary of State under S.182 of that Act. In discharging its functions the Sub-Committee did so with a view to promoting the licensing objectives and in particular the prevention of crime and disorder.

 

And having considered all written representations, evidence and submissions The Sub-Committee resolved to:

 

1.    Suspend the premises licence for a period of one month

2.    The Designated Premises Supervisor, Haifang Zheng, shall be removed from the premises licence

3.    The premises licence shall be modified by the addition of the following conditions:   

 

a)    The licence holder shall maintain a Register of all employees, including relatives, working at the premises. The register shall be made available upon demand to a police officer, an immigration officer, or an authorised officer of the Licensing Authority.

b)   The Register of Employees shall record the following information for each employee:

 

i.              Full name of employee;

ii.            A copy of the Passport photograph page or National Identity Card photograph;

iii.           Date employment commenced;

iv.           Date employment ended;

v.            Eligibility to work in the UK by inspection of passport and originals of the right to work in the UK documents;

vi.           Copies of passport and right to work in the UK documents shall be retained;

vii.          Signature of the Premises Licence Holder to confirm the documents inspected and date of inspection;

viii.        Signature of employee to confirm documents inspected by the licence holder and date of inspection

ix.           The employee’s residential address.

 

c)    The premises shall install and maintain a comprehensive CCTV system as per the minimum requirements of the Metropolitan Police. All public areas of the licensed premises, including all entry and exit points and the street environment shall be covered enabling frontal identification of every person entering in any light condition.

d)   The CCTV system shall continually record whilst the premises is open for licensable activities and during all times when customers remain on the premises.

e)   All CCTV recordings shall be stored for a minimum of 31 days with date and time stamping. Recordings shall be made available upon demand to a Police Officer, Immigration Officer or an Authorised Officer of the Licensing Authority.

f)     The CCTV system shall be upgraded and maintained according to Police recommendations

g)    A member of staff who is able to operate the CCTV system shall be present upon the premises at all times when the premises are open to the public. This staff member must be able to show recorded images upon demand to a Police Officer, Immigration Officer or Authorised Officer of the Licensing Authority and/or provide copies of recorded images as directed.

 

The Sub-Committee’s decision was based on issues raised concerning the prevention of crime and disorder.

 

Basis of Decision

 

The Licensing Sub-Committee (“LSC”) considered submissions from Daniel Twynam, on behalf the Home Office Immigration Enforcement Team (“IET”), as a Responsible Authority, in respect of its application for the revocation of the premises licence. The Home Office IET have been designated as a Responsible Authority because of the prevalence of illegal workers within the licencing trade.

 

The LSC were referred to the written submissions and witness statements of immigration officers of an inspection visit to China Noodle restaurant on 6th January 2019. During the course of the visit to the China Noodle premises, 3 individuals were found to be working and present in the UK illegally. All 3 individuals made an attempt to escape from the premises from the restaurant kitchen via the front entrance to the restaurant. The LSC found, as a fact, that the 3 individuals were warned to leave the premises by a female at the bar shouting to them in Chinese. Since the Home Office IET visit to the premises, one individual has been granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK. However, all 3 individuals were working at the restaurant without the licence holder or the DPS checking their right to work or to be present in the UK. The LSC also gave great weight to the witness statements of the immigration officers as being both credible and truthful. The LSC also came to the conclusion that all 3 individuals were living in the first floor accommodation of the restaurant, notwithstanding the submissions on behalf of the licence holder. Mr Twynam also referred the LSC to paragraphs 12.27 and 12.28 of the section 182 Statutory Guidance, that where the crime prevention licensing objective is undermined, it is expected that the revocation of the licence, even in the first instance, should be seriously considered.

 

The LSC fully noted the obstructive and un-cooperative conduct of the Premises Licence Holder (“PLH”), his wife, his brother, the Designated Premises Supervisor, (“DPS”) and other staff, who were also abusive and aggressive towards the immigration officers, in particular the brother of the PLH had to be handcuffed and removed from the premises. The conduct of the DPS and the licence holder’s wife was also obstructive and officers were lied to in respect of the use of the first floor accommodation, with access being refused until the doors of the rooms were about to be forced open.    

 

The LSC also heard submissions from Sgt Henderson from the Police Licensing Team in Greenwich. The police fully supported the revocation application, the operators of the premises had fallen below the standards expected of those operating licenced premises, and that if the police had been present during the Home Office visit to the premises, and that there would have been arrests for public order offences. 

 

The LSC then heard submissions from Ms Rubens for the licence holder. Submissions were made in line with the letter from Sparrow & Trieu solicitors dated 12th March 2019.  Further, that one Penalty Notice which had been served by the Home Office relating to one worker, was being appealed, because her instructions were that he was not a worker, and  he was  the individual who had introduced the licence holder to the previous owner of the premises. The LSC also noted the submissions that the licence holder was apologetic for the aggression shown towards immigration officers; that there was a mix up because of language difficulty; and that the 3 individuals were not trying to run away but were trying to make the kitchen safe and turn off the gas, which contradicted the evidence of the Home Office. The PLH understood not to employee illegal workers and that Mr Cao, was not a worker at the premises. It was submitted by Ms Rubens that her instructions had now changed and the PLH states that none of the 3 individuals were working at the restaurant. 

 

The Chair of the LSC called the IET officer in the case, Faysal Ismail, to give formal evidence to clarify if individuals were trying to escape and were whether they were working.   

 

Mr Ismail confirmed the evidence in his witness statement; a female shouted to the rear of the premises and 3 men came running out towards the front trying to leave via the only exit, but were stopped. One gentleman was handcuffed because of his behaviour. Restaurant staff were instructed by IET officers to turn off gas and other appliances in the kitchen and this was then double checked by IET officers. Individuals were being continually abusive. The accommodation upstairs comprised of 3 rooms, containing 2 beds, 1 bed and 1 bed each respectively in each room. The LSC took note of the submission for the PLH that the rooms were rest rooms only and not being used to live in by anyone, and gave it very little weight in reaching its decision.

 

Ms Rubes submitted that it was accepted her clients had done wrong but that 2 individuals have been granted Visas. Mr Twynam confirmed that at the time of the inspection visit, none of the 3 individuals were legally in the UK but that one had, since the visit, been granted leave to remain and one Penalty Notice had been served upon the PLH.  Two of the individuals do not have leave to remain or work in the UK but are not being detained.

 

The Chair of the LSC informed the licence holder that the LSC had very seriously considered revoking the premises licence in accordance with the statutory guidance, notwithstanding that there were no previously reported problems with the licenced premises. Any further breaches of the licence would almost certainly result in the licence being revoked.

 

The Applicant, or any other person who made relevant representations to the application may appeal against the Council’s decision to the Magistrates’ Court. Such an appeal must be submitted to the Magistrates Court within 21 days of the date stated in the covering email/letter accompany the Notice of Decision.

 

 

Advisory Notes

 

1.    The suspension of this Premises Licence will begin immediately on the expiry of the permitted 21 days for appealing against this decision of the Licensing Sub-Committee, unless an appeal to the magistrates is made.

 

2.    No supply of alcohol or Provision of Late Night Refreshment is permitted during the suspension of the Premises Licence, for 1 month, unless an appeal to the magistrates is made 

 

3.    Ms Haifang Zheng will cease to be the Designated Premises Supervisor of the premises on the expiry of the permitted 21 days for appealing against this decision, unless an appeal to the magistrates is made

 

4.    It is an offence to supply or sell alcohol when there is no Designated Premises Supervisor appointed for the premises.

 

5.    Carrying on licensable activities otherwise than in accordance with a premises licence, or in accordance with the conditions of the premises licence, or other lawful authorisation, is a criminal offence.     

 

Wards affected: Eltham South;


08/04/2019 - HIP 2695 – The Heights Landscape Improvement Works. ref: 7048    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Director of Housing and Safer Communities

Decision published: 08/04/2019

Effective from: 13/04/2019

Decision:

Approved the award of scheme 2695, under contract standing order 23.2, to J B Riney & Co to carry Landscape Works at The Heights at a contract value of £639,456.33

 

Approved the additional funding of £139,456.33 over and above the original approved budget of £500,000.00 (See item 3.2). This additional funding request can be met from existing resources within the capital programme budget.

 

 

 

 

Wards affected: Charlton;

Lead officer: Babatunde Olugbode


27/03/2019 - Petition Responses ref: 7044    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 27/03/2019 - Council

Decision published: 05/04/2019

Effective from: 27/03/2019

Decision:

Noted the action taken in response to petitions presented at recent meetings of the Council.

 

 


27/03/2019 - Members' Allowances Scheme 2019/20 ref: 7046    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 27/03/2019 - Council

Decision published: 05/04/2019

Effective from: 27/03/2019

Decision:

1. Noted that all Councils are required to make annually a scheme for the payment of allowances to Councillors and the scheme must include a basic allowance payable equally to all Councillors, and may include provision for special responsibility allowances.

 

2. Agreed that Allowances should be increased by 2% in line with the local government pay settlement as recommended by the Independent Remuneration Panel.

 

3. Subject to decision 2 above, agreed the Members’ Allowances Scheme for 2019/20 as attached at Appendix 1 of the report.

 

4. Agreed that the Members’ Allowances Scheme in Part 6 of the Council’s Constitution be updated accordingly.

 

n.b. Appendix 1 of the report will be updated to increase allowances in line with decision 2 above.


27/03/2019 - Pay Policy Statement 2019/2020 ref: 7043    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 27/03/2019 - Council

Decision published: 05/04/2019

Effective from: 27/03/2019

Decision:

Adopted the Pay Policy statement for 2019/20 as outlined at Appendix A of the report and agreed to its publication on the Council’s web site.


27/03/2019 - Motion - "School Funding Cuts" ref: 7045    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 27/03/2019 - Council

Decision published: 05/04/2019

Effective from: 27/03/2019

Decision:

Resolved –

 

1.  This Council notes that as a result of the ongoing government cuts, Greenwich’s schools:

a. Will have lost an aggregate £33.6 million in overall funding between 2015-2020, equating to a loss of on average £367 per pupil.

b. Must bear the brunt of unfunded National Insurance increases.

c. Will suffer inadequate High Needs Block Funding, leaving our must vulnerable pupils without the support they need.

 

2.  Council further notes:

a. That despite the imposed Government cuts, our hardworking teachers, support staff, students and parents are doing their best to maintain our high standards.

b. That 94% of Greenwich’s schools have been rated Good or Outstanding by Ofsted.

d. The Chancellor’s Budget announcement for £400 million for schools to spend on ‘little extras’ was a drop in the ocean compared to the £2.5 billion that has been cut since 2015. Furthermore the £400 million is a one off payment so does not deal with the long term funding crisis in schools.

e.  That free standing nurseries, which are the golden bullet for social mobility, will lose their transitional level funding after this financial year meaning most could face closure.

 

3.  Council resolves to call on Cabinet:

a. To join other councils and Greenwich’s MPs in opposing the government’s ongoing cuts to school budgets and call for more funding to be invested in education.

b. To call on the government to fully fund the pay increase for teachers that is independently recommended by the School Teachers' Review Body.

c. To support the coalition of trade unions campaigning against school cuts.

d. Support the calls of the All-Party Parliamentary group on nurseries for an extension of the level funding for maintained nursery schools for 2020/21 and beyond.


27/03/2019 - Motion - "Impact of Crossrail delay on local residents and businesses" ref: 7047    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: Council

Made at meeting: 27/03/2019 - Council

Decision published: 05/04/2019

Effective from: 27/03/2019

Decision:

As the meeting was not extended under Part 4, A1.95 of the Council’s Constitution, at the discretion of the Mayor the motion was deferred to the next ordinary meeting of Council.


28/03/2019 - Thames Tideway Tunnel Development, Greenwich, SE10 - Ref: 18/3473/G; 18/3486/G & 18/3493/G ref: 7034    Recommendations Approved

18/3473/G; 18/3486/G; 18/3493/G

Decision Maker: Greenwich Area Planning Committee

Made at meeting: 28/03/2019 - Greenwich Area Planning Committee

Decision published: 04/04/2019

Effective from: 28/03/2019

Decision:

Resolved to agree to reject the Officer recommendations to discharge the requirements for applications 18/3473/G; 18/3486/G;18/3493/G for the alternative Vehicle Holding Area as outlined.

Wards affected: Greenwich West;


02/04/2019 - Establishment of Appointments Panel - Senior Assistant Director, Safeguarding and Social Care ref: 7042    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: General Purposes Committee

Made at meeting: 02/04/2019 - General Purposes Committee

Decision published: 03/04/2019

Effective from: 02/04/2019

Decision:

Agreed to a salary range of £104,050 to £114,455 for the post of Senior Assistant Director, Safeguarding and Social Care (Chief Officer grade B) in accordance with the Council’s Pay Policy Statement.

 

Noted that the Chief Executive has delegated authority to establish, in consultation with the Party Group Leaders, individual Appointment Panels for the appointment of Chief Officers based on the requirements of the post.

 

 


02/04/2019 - Approval of Salary for re-scoped post of Director of Legal ref: 7041    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: General Purposes Committee

Made at meeting: 02/04/2019 - General Purposes Committee

Decision published: 03/04/2019

Effective from: 02/04/2019

Decision:

Agreed to a salary range of £130,063 to £140,468 for the post of Director of Legal (Chief Officer Grade A) in accordance with the Council’s Pay Policy Statement.

 


02/04/2019 - Establishment of Appointments Panel - Director of Finance ref: 7040    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: General Purposes Committee

Made at meeting: 02/04/2019 - General Purposes Committee

Decision published: 03/04/2019

Effective from: 02/04/2019

Decision:

Agreed to a salary range of £130,063 to £140,468 for the post of Director of Finance (Chief Officer Grade A) in accordance with the Council’s Pay Policy Statement.

 

Noted that the Chief Executive has delegated authority to establish, in consultation with the Party Group Leaders, individual Appointment Panels for the appointment of Chief Officers based on the requirements of the post.

 

 

 


02/04/2019 - Establishment of Appointments Panel - Assistant Director, Human Resources ref: 7039    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: General Purposes Committee

Made at meeting: 02/04/2019 - General Purposes Committee

Decision published: 03/04/2019

Effective from: 02/04/2019

Decision:

Agreed to a salary range of £91,273 to £100,825 for the post of Assistant Director, Human Resources (Chief Officer grade C) in accordance with the Council’s Pay Policy Statement.

Noted that the Chief Executive has delegated authority to establish, in consultation with the Party Group Leaders, individual Appointment Panels for the appointment of Chief Officers based on the requirements of the post.

 

 

 

 


02/04/2019 - Establishment of Appointments Panel - Assistant Director, Financial Processing & Systems ref: 7038    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: General Purposes Committee

Made at meeting: 02/04/2019 - General Purposes Committee

Decision published: 03/04/2019

Effective from: 02/04/2019

Decision:

Agreed to a salary range of £91,273 to £100,825 for the post of Assistant Director, Financial Processing & Systems (Chief Officer grade C) in accordance with the Council’s Pay Policy Statement.

 

Noted that the Chief Executive has delegated authority to establish, in consultation with the Party Group Leaders, individual Appointment Panels for the appointment of Chief Officers based on the requirements of the post.

 

 

 


02/04/2019 - Approval of Salary for re-scoped post of Deputy Director of Communities and Environment and MD of GSP/GSS ref: 7037    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: General Purposes Committee

Made at meeting: 02/04/2019 - General Purposes Committee

Decision published: 03/04/2019

Effective from: 02/04/2019

Decision:

Agreed to a salary range of £130,063 to £140,468 for the post of Deputy Director of Communities and Environment and Managing Director GSP/GSS (Chief Officer Grade A) in accordance with the Council’s Pay Policy Statement.

 

 


02/04/2019 - Establishment of Appointments Panel - Assistant Director, ICT and Customer Services ref: 7036    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: General Purposes Committee

Made at meeting: 02/04/2019 - General Purposes Committee

Decision published: 03/04/2019

Effective from: 02/04/2019

Decision:

Agreed to a salary range of £91,273 to £100,825 for the post of Assistant Director, ICT and Customer Services (Chief Officer grade C) in accordance with the Council’s Pay Policy Statement.

 

Noted that the Chief Executive has delegated authority to establish, in consultation with the Party Group Leaders, individual Appointment Panels for the appointment of Chief Officers based on the requirements of the post.

 

 

 


02/04/2019 - Establishment of Appointments Panel - Assistant Chief Executive, Change and Development ref: 7035    Recommendations Approved

Decision Maker: General Purposes Committee

Made at meeting: 02/04/2019 - General Purposes Committee

Decision published: 03/04/2019

Effective from: 02/04/2019

Decision:

Agreed to a salary range of £91,273 to £100,825 for the post of Assistant Chief Executive - Change and Development (Chief Officer grade C) in accordance with the Council’s Pay Policy Statement.

 

Noted that the Chief Executive has delegated authority to establish, in consultation with the Party Group Leaders, individual Appointment Panels for the appointment of Chief Officers based on the requirements of the post.