Agenda and decisions

Venue: Virtual Meeting

Contact: Claire Daniells  Email: Claire.Daniells@plymouth.gov.uk

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Declarations of Interest

Cabinet Members will be asked to make any declarations of interest in respect of items on this agenda.  A flowchart providing guidance on interests is attached to assist councillors.

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Minutes pdf icon PDF 101 KB

To sign and confirm as a correct record the minutes of the meeting held on 10 March 2020.

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Questions from the Public

To receive questions from the public in accordance with the Constitution.

 

Questions, of no longer than 50 words, can be submitted to the Democratic Support Unit, Plymouth City Council, Ballard House, Plymouth, PL1 3BJ, or email to democraticsupport@plymouth.gov.uk. Any questions must be received at least five clear working days before the date of the meeting.

 

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Chair's Urgent Business

To receive reports on business which, in the opinion of the Chair, should be brought forward for urgent consideration.

 

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Statement from the Director of Public Health

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Statement from the Chief Executive

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Leader's Announcements

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Covid-19 Cabinet Member updates

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Strategic Objectives for Plymouth City Council (Covid-19) pdf icon PDF 193 KB

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Decision:

The Leader, Councillor Evans OBE introduced the report on Strategic Objectives for Plymouth City Council (Covid-19). Giles Perritt, Assistant Chief Executive was in support. This was an urgent decision before Cabinet given that national emergency planning best practice is to identify recovery and renewal priorities as soon as practicable during the response phase to a major incident. Given the dynamic nature of the Covid-19 pandemic, the earliest opportunity has been taken to agree and publish the recovery and renewal framework to enable responses to national and local policy changes to be appropriately guided.

 

Following a discussion Cabinet agreed:

 

1.    To note the challenges and opportunities at section (3) of the accompanying report that the city has faced since the beginning of the Covid-19 outbreak;

2.    To note the key assumptions and adopt the key principles at section (3) of the accompanying report to guide decision making

3.    Early recovery and renewal priorities and objectives at section (4) of the accompanying report

4.    The terms of reference for the Reset Board