Agenda and decisions
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To approve and sign the minutes of the Decision Session held on 21 July 2021.
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This report details an application to list The Spread Eagle Public House, Walmgate, York as an Asset of Community Value (ACV), for consideration by the Council. The application has been received from the Campaign for Real Ale – York Branch.
Resolved: That the application to list the Spread Eagle Public House, Walmgate, York as an Asset of Community Value (ACV) be postponed.
Reason: In order to consider the application at a later date.
This report provides the Executive Member for Finance & Performance with:
· the Health & Safety (H&S) 2020/2021outturn report from the Head of Health & Safety;
· an update on the action being taken to address the risks raised in the report;
· key areas of work for 2021;
· client overview of the performance of Health & Safety (H&S) shared service formed by North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC) and City of York Council (CYC) which operates under a partnership agreement.
(a) The report covering the 12 month period including the council’s response to managing and responding to significant H&S risks including those relating to the pandemic be noted,
(b) The performance of the Shared H&S Service noted
(c) Consideration be given to areas of H&S risk management for further reporting at future decision sessions.
Reason: To ensure the Executive Member and residents are
assured that H&S services are appropriately managed and resilient and the council has proper arrangements in place for managing and responding to H&S risks.