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Supplementary Budget Proposals 2019/20

This report sets out proposals for amendments to the Councils revenue and capital budgets.

Minutes:

Members received a report which set out proposals for amendments to the Councils revenue and capital budgets, as set out in Annex 1.

 

Cllr Myers moved, and Cllr Perrett seconded the following amendment:

 

In the first sentence, after ‘Annex 1, insert ‘as revised by the

amendments in Table A’.

 

In sub paragraph (i):

- after ‘use of’, delete ‘£798k’ and insert ‘£801k’;

- after ‘projects’, insert ‘and to note the full year implications of £632k to be considered in the 2020/21 budget’.

 

In sub paragraph (ii):

- after ‘capital programme’, delete ‘£4.25m’ and insert ‘£7.75m’ and

delete ‘£2.25m’ and insert ‘£3.25m’;

- after ‘borrowing and’, delete ‘£2m’ and insert ‘£4.5m’;

- after ‘Housing Revenue Account, insert ‘and to note the £227k revenue effect of this will be effective from 2020/21 and will need to be factored into the 2020/21 budget.’

 

In sub paragraph (v):

- after ‘use of’, delete ‘£565k’ and insert ‘£640k’;

- after ‘to deliver’, delete ‘4’ and insert ‘5’.”

 

For information, the effect on the original motion of this

amendment would be as follows:

 

Members are asked to approve the proposals as set out in Annex

1 as revised by the amendments in Table A, agreeing in

particular to:-

 

vii) The use of £801k from the revenue contingency budget to a

range of projects, and to note the full year implications of

£632k to be considered in the 2020/21 budget’

 

viii)The increase in the capital programme of £7.75m, £3.25m of

which is general fund schemes funded from prudential borrowing and £4.5m is from Housing Revenue Account, and to note the £227k revenue effect of this will be effective from 2020/21 and will need to be factored into the 2020/21 budget

 

ix) The allocations from the Service risk reserve totalling £822k

 

x) A £300k reallocation of existing Leeds City Region (LCR) funding from Place based narrative scheme to inclusive growth projects

 

xi) The use of £640k venture funding to deliver 5 specific invest to

save schemes.

 

xii) The use of £100k from the Brexit grant (total of £210k) towards

investment in community engagement

 

Reason: To ensure a legally balanced budget is set

 

On being put to the vote this motion FELL.

 

The original motion was then put to the vote. This was CARRIED and it was RESOLVED that:

 

Approval be given to:

 

i)             The use of £798k from the revenue contingency budget to a range ofprojects

 

ii)            The increase in the capital programme of £4.25m, £2.25m of whichis general fund schemes funded from prudential borrowing and £2m is from Housing Revenue Account

 

iii)          The allocations from the Service risk reserve totalling £822k

 

iv)          A £300k reallocation of existing Leeds City Region (LCR) funding from Place based narrative scheme to inclusive growth projects

 

v)           The use of £565k venture funding to deliver 4 specific invest to save schemes

 

vi)          The use of £100k from the Brexit grant (total of £210k) towards investment in community engagement

 

 

Reason: To ensure a legally balanced budget is set.

 

*Note: the Chair agreed to vary the order of business in order to consider the above item directly after the Notices of Motion.

 

Supporting documents:

 

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