Nailstone Parish Council

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8-10 Occupation Road
Nailstone, Nuneaton
Warwickshire CV13 0QG

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County Council, Market Bosworth Division July Report 2019 Councillor Ivan Ould OBE

July - General:

I have attended 27 meetings this month, not including Parish Council meetings.

The major meetings that I attended included:

Lead Member meetings – 2nd and 30th.

Strategic Cabinet Group meetings (SCG) 9th, and 16th.

Cabinet Briefing – 9th

County Council – 10th

1st – attended the 'Pride in Practice' conference for children's social care workers at Melton

2nd – a.m. – Met with Chief Executive of Barnado's re our partnership working

p.m. – attended the Bosworth 1485 Sculpture Trail meeting

3rd – a.m. - review of domestic abuse contracts and procedures

p.m. – chaired the Virtual School Strategy Group

8th – London – meeting of the LGA Task Group with the Immigration Minister re current position regarding immigration.

9th – p.m. - Attended meeting of the Corporate Asset Management Board

10th - Attended the Leader's Meeting at County Hall

11th – Attended the Health and Wellbeing Board

Chaired a secure accommodation panel

12th – Attended the East Midlands Councils AGM in Nottingham

17h – Attended the F40 Executive in London at LGA House

18th – Visited the Refugee Assessment Centre at Laverstoke Court, Derby

22nd – Attended the police and Crime Panel at Leicester City Council

25th – Budget review for Children and Families.

26th - George Eliot quarterly meeting

29th – attended the Constitution Committee at County Hall, followed by the Transformation Board

30th – a.m. - bi-monthly meeting with Lord Bach, (Police and Crime Commissioner)

p.m. – visited Bassett Street Children's Social Care teams

31st – agenda setting for overview and scrutiny.

County Council: 10.07.19

I gave a position statement as Lead member for Children and Families.

There was a joint Liberal Democrat/Conservative motion regarding 'Safe Passage 'Our Turn' Campaign that was unanimously approved.

There was a joint Labour/Conservative motion regarding secondary school transport that was also unanimously approved.

Local Divisional Issues:

I attended Parish Council meetings for Market Bosworth and Sheepy,

Individual constituent Casework in Parishes currently stands at 2 in Stoke Golding, 2 in Sheepy, 1 in Nailstone, Shackerstone, Twycross, and Higham on the Hill.

I have visited 3 constituents in their homes to listen to issues of concern, and to try to bring about resolution and liaised with County Hall regarding 12 parish issues.

There are concerns about the parking outside the Water Park, where visitors will park on the B585 rather than pay the parking fee. Although the Police and Highways are involved, at present no resolution appears imminent.

The application of the Planning Policy approved by the County Council has already thrown up an issue. Where officers respond to a planning application that would involve 106 contributions towards a community library, there doesn't appear a protocol for seeking the views of the volunteers who actually run the library before submitting a claim.

Similarly, although 106 money is needed for additional school places, where there are viability issues our view is that the development should not be given planning permission if it isn't financially viable.

I have been lobbied by D B Symmetry regarding the Rail Freight exchange, and received communication from Hinckley & Bosworth regarding a review of Polling Districts.

Personal:

Please note that in addition to 0116-305-6369, my home telephone number is 01827-881087, and my mobile is 07721-426638.

Please use my county hall e-mail address, ivan.ould@leics.gov.uk for e-mail correspondence.

Ivan Ould OBE

County Councillor for the Market Bosworth Division

Leicestershire County Council Cabinet Lead Member for Children, Families, and Safer Communities.

County Hall

Glenfield

Leics LE3 8RA

Tel: 0116 305 6369

Chair of East Midlands Regional Migration Board

Posted: Tue, 06 Aug 2019 17:47 by Clerk

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