Agenda item

Determination of Budget 2014/15 (and indicative for 2015/16 and 2016/17) - General Fund, Housing Revenue Account and associated Capital Programmes

Report number HOF267 by the Leader, Strategic Resources –Well Run Council Portfolio Holder and the Good Housing Portfolio Holder.                                                         (Enclosure)

 

Minutes:

Decision:

 

PART A

 

The Council agrees:

 

In relation to the General Fund – Revenue

 

a.         to set a General Fund budget requirement of £13.185M for 2014/15 shown at Appendix A of report number HOF267 (inclusive of special expenses) taking into consideration the savings and efficiencies shown at Appendix B of report number HOF267

b.        to approve a Council Tax freeze (no increase) for 2014/15

c.         to note the indicative base estimates for 2015/16 and 2016/17 as detailed in the summary at Appendix A of report number HOF267

d.        to approve the fees and charges as shown at Appendix C of report number HOF267

 

In relation to the General Fund – Capital

 

e.         to approve the General Fund Capital programme for 2014/15 to 2018/19 detailed at Appendix D page 1 of report number HOF267

f.          to approve the Capital Financing statement detailed at Appendix D page 2 of report number HOF267

 

In relation to the General Fund - Reserves and Balances

 

g.        to approve the use of reserves as detailed at Appendix E of report number HOF267

 

Management and prudential indicators

 

h.        to approve the Treasury Management Strategy provided at Appendix F of report number HOF267

 

In relation to the Housing Revenue Account - Revenue

 

i.          to approve dwelling rent increases in accordance with Government guideline rent providing an average rent of £78.13 (an average rental increase of 5.13%)

j.          to approve an increase in garage rents of 3.2%

k.         to approve an increase in service charges by 3.2% 

l.          to approve the Housing Revenue Account for the year 2014/15 (including the  items at Appendix H in the report) and indicative years 2015/16 and 2016/17 shown at Appendix G of report number HOF267

 

In relation to the Housing Revenue Account - Capital

 

m.       approve the indicative Housing Investment Programme for 2014/15 to 2018/19 detailed at Appendix I page 1 of report number HOF267

n.        approve the Capital Financing statement detailed at Appendix I page 2 of report number HOF267

 

In relation to the Housing Revenue Account - Reserves and balances

 

o.        to approve the use of the reserves as detailed at Appendix J of report number HOF267

 

Pay Policy Statement

 

p.        to approve the pay policy statement shown at Appendix K of report number HOF267

 

PART B

 

In accordance with paragraphs 32 to 36 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, as amended, the Council adopts:

 

1)  That the following amounts be calculated by the Council for the year 2014/15 in accordance with Sections 32 to 36 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992 (as amended)

 

                   a)   £60,393,983 being the aggregate of the amounts which the Council estimates for the items set out in Section 32 (2) (a) to (e) of the Act (including special expense and parish precepts).

 

b)    £45,804,502 being the aggregate of the amounts which the   Council estimates for the items set out in Section 32 (3) (a) to (c) of the Act.

 

c)     £14,589,481 being the amount by which the aggregate at a) above exceeds the aggregate at b) above, calculated by the Council, in accordance with Section 32(4) of the Act, as its budget requirement for the year.

 

d)    £7,048,000 being the aggregate of the sums which the Council estimates will be payable for the year into its General Fund in respect of redistributed Non-Domestic Rates and Revenue Support Grant increased by the amount of the sum to be transferred from the Collection Fund to the General Fund

 

e)   £173.33 being the amount at c) above less the amount at d) above, all divided by the Council's tax base of 43,522.40 as  recorded in minute 28 of the cabinet meeting of  2 December 2013, in accordance Section 33(1) of the Act, as the basic amount of its Council Tax for the year 2014/15.

 

                   f)    £1,993,759 being the aggregate amount of all special items referred to in Section 34(1) of the Act.

 

                   g)   £127.47 being the amount of e) above, less the result given by dividing the amount of f) above by the Council's tax base relating to special items as set on 2 December 2013, calculated by the Council in accordance with Section 34(2) of the Act, as the basic amount of its Council Tax for year for dwellings in those parts of its area to which no special item relates.

 

h)  Part of the Council’s areabeing calculated by adding to the amount at (g) above the amounts of special item relating to dwellings in those parts of the Council's area, divided in each case by the individual tax bases as recorded in minute 33 in accordance with Section 34(3) of the Act, as the basic amounts of its Council Tax for the year for dwellings in those parts of its area to which special item relates.

          

Parish

Adjusted Band D Equivalents

 

No.

Grantham combined

9,823.84

Stamford combined

6,621.43

Bourne Combined

4,801.87

Allington

335.73

Ancaster

529.97

Aslackby

102.52

Barholm & Stowe

32.79

Barkston and Syston combined

243.04

Barrowby

672.69

Baston

520.94

Belton & Manthorpe

199.92

Billingborough

441.69

Bitchfield & Bassingthorpe

52.96

Boothby Pagnell

59.51

Braceborough & Wilsthorpe

138.22

Ropsley, Humby, Braceby, Sapperton combined

311.15

Burton Coggles

36.45

Careby

72.11

Carlby

200.91

Carlton Scroop and Normanton combined

117.48

Castle Bytham

287.41

Caythorpe & Frieston

505.88

Claypole

496.92

Colsterwoth, Gunby & Stainby, North Witham combined

708.15

Corby Glen & Birkholme

381.41

Counthorpe & Creeton

27.25

Deeping St James

2,322.04

Denton

117.91

Dowsby

52.88

Dunsby

43.72

Stoke Rochford and Easton combined

81.62

Edenham

103.79

Fenton

56.87

Folkingham

264.58

Foston

209.88

Fulbeck

211.25

Greatford

123.52

Great Gonerby

700.90

Great Ponton

118.83

Haconby & Stainfield

179.23

Harlaxton

325.93

Heydour

148.75

Honington

64.95

Horbling

147.40

Hougham

79.53

Hough-on-the-Hill

158.43

Ingoldsby

108.48

Irnham

105.71

Kirkby Underwood

76.95

Langtoft

734.16

Lenton, Keisby & Osgodby

65.08

Little Bytham

105.58

Little Ponton & Stroxton

63.78

Londonthorpe & Harrowby without combined

1,642.49

Long Bennington

874.08

Market Deeping

1,927.36

Marston

144.59

Morton & Hanthorpe

784.53

Old Somerby

85.85

Pickworth

73.71

Pointon & Sempringham

183.57

Rippingale

323.41

Sedgebrook

141.92

Skillington

128.26

South Witham

435.93

Stubton

71.36

Swayfield

138.36

Swinstead

72.28

Tallington

192.36

Thurlby

778.39

Toft Lound & Manthorpe

136.12

Uffington

311.58

Welby

77.38

Westborough & Dry Doddington

144.42

West Deeping

113.28

Witham-on-the-Hill

94.60

Woolsthorpe

133.91

Wyville cum Hungerton

18.62

                         

i)     The amounts on the attached schedule (Appendix A to Part B), being the amounts given by multiplying the amounts at g) above and h) above by the number which, in the proportion set out in Section 5(1) of the Act,  is applicable to dwellings listed in valuation Band 'D', calculated by theCouncil, in accordance with Section 36(1) of the Act, as the amounts to be taken into account for the year in respect of categories of dwellings listed in different valuation bands.

 

j)     That it be noted that for the year 2014/15, Lincolnshire County Council has stated the following amounts as a precept issued to the Council in accordance with Section 40 of the Local Government Finance Act, 1992, for each of the categories of dwellings shown below:-

 

Valuation Band

 

     A

     £

    B

    £

    C

     £

     D

     £

    E

    £

    F

    £

 

   G

    £

     H

     £

710.46

828.87

947.28

1065.69

1302.51

1539.33

1776.15

2131.38

 

k)   That it be noted that for the year 2014/15, Police and Crime Commissioner has stated the following amounts as a precept issued to the Council in accordance with Section 40 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, for each of the categories of dwellings shown below:-

 

Valuation Band

 

     A

     £

    B

    £

    C

     £

     D

     £

    E

    £

    F

    £

 

   G

    £

     H

     £

129.24

150.78

172.32

193.86

236.94

280.02

323.10

387.72

 

 

l)     That, having calculated the aggregate in each case of the amounts at i), j) and k) above, the Council, in accordance with Section 30 (2) of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, hereby sets the amounts in Appendix B to Part B of report number HOF267 as the levels of Council Tax for the year 2014/15 for the categories of dwellings shown in Appendix A to Part B of report number HOF267.

 

In proposing the budget for 2014/15 and indicative budgets to 2016/17 – General Fund, Housing Revenue Account and associated capital programmes as presented in report number HOF267, the Leader drew Members’ attention to some of the work that had taken place in 2013/14 and plans for 2014/15. She referred to projects that promoted the district including the Stamford Georgian Festival, Destination SK and a pilot fund to support new businesses. She also made reference to Gravity Fields 2014 and Enterprise Week. She framed the proposed budget in the context of the national economy, which was showing signs of improvement, while highlighting the need to make ongoing savings while investing in those areas that were priorities for the district’s residents. The proposal was seconded.

 

The Portfolio Holders for Strategic Resources – Well Run Council and Good Housing each spoke about a range of issues relevant to their Portfolios:

 

General Fund

 

·         Continuing reductions in the level of Revenue Support Grant

·         The rate at which funding reduction has occurred

·         Retention of some income from business rates

·         The production of a new Medium Term Financial Strategy

·         The achievement of £2.4m savings over three-years while continuing investment in council priorities

 

Housing Revenue Account

 

·         Construction of new council housing

·         The impact of the self-financing of the Housing Revenue Account (HRA) on the HRA business plan and its ongoing review

·         Development of a new medium term Housing Strategy, Housing Revenue Asset Management Strategy and updated Tenancy and Allocations Policies

·         Delivery and maintenance of the decent homes programme for council properties

·         Changes to the method of delivery of the Repairs service

·         The impact of the government’s policy of rent convergence on council tenants

 

An amendment proposing a district councillors’ community fund was proposed and seconded:

 

“I propose that a district councillors Community Fund of £500pa per Councillor (total £29,000pa) is established to be spent on local community projects.

 

Individual Councillors will be responsible for proposing or supporting local community projects in their Ward area and have a budget of up to £500 to allocate.

 

The scheme will run as a pilot for a 2-year period covering the years 2014/15 and 2015/16. After this period the scheme will be reviewed.

 

The Head of Finance will be responsible for approving the expenditure following submission of an appraisal form submitted by the Councillor.

 

The appraisal will have to demonstrate that the project

 

·         Supports one of SKDC’s key objectives

·         Is a benefit to the local community

·         That there is a need in the local community for the project

·         That it is value for money

 

The budget for this would be financed from the General Fund Reserves ‘other priority and service improvements’ which shows an estimated balance of £1.187m as at 31 March 2014

 

This amendment would retain the proposed Council Tax levels and maintain a robust overall budget.”

 

Those Councillors who spoke in support of the amendment highlighted the potential advantages such a fund could provide for local community groups, citing specific examples of local sports clubs and communities wishing to acquire a defibrillator. Comparisons were drawn with a similar scheme run by Lincolnshire County Council (referred to favourably), where Members had £2,000 to spend on community projects in their division. One Councillor read from a paper that had been produced when the issue was previously proposed. The localism agenda and the role of the Councillor in the local community were also put forward as arguments in favour of the proposal; also mentioned was the expectation for local communities to take responsibility for delivering services previously provided by the County Council (e.g. libraries).

 

Members speaking against the amendment referred to the complexity of the administration of such a fund, negative experiences of the County Council scheme and the risk that the funding could be used to raise the profile of incumbent councillors seeking re-election in 2015, also that direct links between the amendment and Council priorities should have been highlighted. It was further suggested that the proposing of any such scheme might more appropriately be addressed through the Council’s policy development process.

 

In accordance with council procedure rule 16.4 a request was made for a recorded vote. As the request received the support of more than ten Members, a recorded vote was duly taken.

 

For

Against

Abstain

Councillor Ashberry

Councillor Adams

 

Councillor Bisnauthsing

Councillor Auger

 

Councillor Channell

Councillor Mrs Bosworth

 

Councillor Davidson

Councillor Bryant

 

Councillor Dilks

Councillor Carpenter

 

Councillor Howard

Councillor Mrs Cartwright

 

Councillor J Kerr

Councillor Chivers

 

Councillor V Kerr

Councillor Cook

 

Councillor Morgan

Councillor Cooke

 

Councillor Powell

Councillor Cosham

 

Councillor Sampson

Councillor Craft

 

Councillor B Sandall

Councillor Griffin

 

Councillor S Sandall

Councillor Nalson

 

Councillor Selby

Councillor Mrs Neal

 

Councillor Shorrock

Councillor Nicholson

 

Councillor Stevens

Councillor Robins

 

Councillor Wood

Councillor Rowlands

 

 

Councillor Russell

 

 

Councillor Scott

 

 

Councillor Jacky Smith

 

 

Councillor John Smith

 

 

Councillor Mrs Judy Smith

 

 

Councillor Stephens

 

 

Councillor A Stokes

 

 

Councillor I Stokes

 

 

Councillor Mrs Sumner

 

 

Councillor Mrs J Taylor

 

 

Councillor M Taylor

 

 

Councillor Thompson

 

 

Councillor Turner

 

 

Councillor Wilkins

 

 

Councillor Woolley

 

 

Councillor Wootten

 

 

 

 

17

33

0

 

A question was asked on the HRA element of the proposed budget; Members were informed that where it was appropriate the council would look at buying back properties in favour of new build, for instance when there was a single flat amidst a block of council-owned flats.

 

A further amendment to the budget was proposed and seconded:

 

“It is recommended that SKDC approves the implementation of a First 2 Hour Free Parking on Saturdays Pilot Scheme for Grantham and Stamford short term car parks for the duration of 201/15 at an estimated cost of £64k.

 

The pilot will allow visitors to Grantham and Stamford town centres to obtain a parking ticket with the first 2 hours parking free. Visitor may opt to top this up if they wish to stay in the short-term car park longer.

 

The scheme will offer the opportunity to identify the impact of free parking on Grantham and Stamford town centre local economies. It will also support Grantham Saturday market encouraging visitors to Grantham on market day.

 

During the Pilot the impact on footfall and shop revenue will be monitored to identify if there has been an increase in footfall and/or customer spend.

 

The budget requirement of £65k (sic) is based on the cost of implementation and estimated lost car parking revenue.

 

The fund would be taken from the General Fund Reserve Statement item General Fund – Revenue Reserves – Community Based Initiatives – Other priority and service improvements. This fund is shown as being £1.787m balance at 31 March 2014 with forecast balance at 31 March 2017 showing at £860k at present. The proposed Movement on Reserve is £600k for 2014/15. It is proposed this is amended to £664k to support the pilot scheme.

 

Given a priority objective of SKDC is economic development, the proposed means of funding this scheme is appropriate and should be supported.

 

Should the 2hr Saturday free parking scheme be successful then a review of future funding will take place. It has however been identified that marginal increases across car park fees would make the scheme self-funding in future.

 

NOTE: Bourne and Market Deeping already have free parking and are therefore exempt from the scheme.”

 

In proposing the amendment, specific reference was made to reports in the local media and requests from local businesses, supporting local markets and SKDC’s ‘Grow the Economy’ priority. A similar scheme had been trialled by local businesses although there was no evidence available to demonstrate any outcomes. It was hoped that the proposal would drive visitors to SKDC car parks with the opportunity to top-up rather than car parks at supermarkets and retail parks, with strict, non-extendable time limits.

 

Those speaking against the amendment challenged whether it would have the desired effect of encouraging people to stay in town centres for longer; they suggested that people would try and deal with all their business before the free parking period expired. There was a feeling amongst members who did not support the amendment that the local offer was more important than the cost of parking. Reference was made to increased availability of on-street car parking in Stamford since the introduction of Civil Parking Enforcement. Again it was suggested that the proposal might have most appropriately been discussed at Resources PDG as part of its considerations on car parking charges. The Economic Development Portfolio Holder added that while the proposers claimed to be speaking on behalf of local businesses, no similar requests had been made directly by local business people to the Council.

 

Members were informed that the cost of the proposed scheme (£64k) included implementation and loss of earnings but did not include any costs associated with monitoring and analysing outcomes.

 

The proposer of the original motion was given the opportunity to sum-up. She urged Councillors to vote against the amendment. On being put to the vote, the amendment was lost.

 

16:09-16:30   The meeting adjourned

 

Debate on the substantive proposition continued. Comments were made relating to a range of topics:

 

·         The Right to Buy was protected by legislation but there was a floor below which the price to buy could not fall

·         Provision of ‘green’ accommodation and efforts to reduce the likelihood of households falling into fuel poverty

·         The increase shown in the revenue reserves was the annual payment of New Homes Bonus

·         Savings of £100k were achieved through re-letting of the grounds maintenance contract

·         4 apprentices had been taken on by the Repairs teams; provision for future apprenticeships had been mainstreamed in the HRA

·         Ongoing provision of the Council’s frontline services had not been affected by reductions in funding

·         If interest rates were to unexpectedly improve, then the council would experience improved performance on overnight and future investments.

 

In summing up the Leader addressed all the points raised by those Councillors who spoke on the budget proposals. She re-stated about the drive for promoting the district and improving the local economy. She also referred to the Local Authority Mortgage Scheme, the council’s community wifi scheme and the proposals to redevelop St Catherine’s Road in Grantham. She said that the proposed budget would enhance the environment, promote economic growth and protect the most vulnerable, supporting the Council’s priorities and moving towards a sustainable footing in the future.

 

The proposals were put to the vote in blocks, as per the recommendations in report number HOF267 and detailed below.

 

(Councillors J Kerr, V Kerr and Turner had left the meeting before the votes were taken).

 

PART A

 

In relation to the General Fund – Revenue (recorded Vote on recommendations a to d)

 

For

Against

Abstain

Councillor Adams

Councillor Ashberry

 

Councillor Auger

Councillor Davidson

 

Councillor Bisnauthsing

Councillor Dilks

 

Councillor Mrs Bosworth

Councillor Morgan

 

Councillor Bryant

Councillor Powell

 

Councillor Carpenter

Councillor Selby

 

Councillor Mrs Cartwright

Councillor Shorrock

 

Councillor Channell

Councillor Wood

 

Councillor Chivers

 

 

Councillor Cook

 

 

Councillor Cooke

 

 

Councillor Cosham

 

 

Councillor Craft

 

 

Councillor Griffin

 

 

Councillor Howard

 

 

Councillor Nalson

 

 

Councillor Mrs Neal

 

 

Councillor Nicholson

 

 

Councillor Robins

 

 

Councillor Rowlands

 

 

Councillor Russell

 

 

Councillor Sampson

 

 

Councillor B Sandall

 

 

Councillor S Sandall

 

 

Councillor Scott

 

 

Councillor Jacky Smith

 

 

Councillor John Smith

 

 

Councillor Mrs Judy Smith

 

 

Councillor Stephens

 

 

Councillor Stevens

 

 

Councillor A Stokes

 

 

Councillor I Stokes

 

 

Councillor Mrs Sumner

 

 

Councillor Mrs J Taylor

 

 

Councillor M Taylor

 

 

Councillor Thompson

 

 

Councillor Wilkins

 

 

Councillor Woolley

 

 

Councillor Wootten

 

 

 

 

 

39

8

0

In relation to the General Fund – Capital (recorded Vote on recommendations e and f)

 

For

Against

Abstain

Councillor Adams

Councillor Ashberry

 

Councillor Auger

Councillor Davidson

 

Councillor Bisnauthsing

Councillor Dilks

 

Councillor Mrs Bosworth

Councillor Morgan

 

Councillor Bryant

Councillor Powell

 

Councillor Carpenter

Councillor Selby

 

Councillor Mrs Cartwright

Councillor Shorrock

 

Councillor Channell

Councillor Wood

 

Councillor Chivers

 

 

Councillor Cook

 

 

Councillor Cooke

 

 

Councillor Cosham

 

 

Councillor Craft

 

 

Councillor Griffin

 

 

Councillor Howard

 

 

Councillor Nalson

 

 

Councillor Mrs Neal

 

 

Councillor Nicholson

 

 

Councillor Robins

 

 

Councillor Rowlands

 

 

Councillor Russell

 

 

Councillor Sampson

 

 

Councillor B Sandall

 

 

Councillor S Sandall

 

 

Councillor Scott

 

 

Councillor Jacky Smith

 

 

Councillor John Smith

 

 

Councillor Mrs Judy Smith

 

 

Councillor Stephens

 

 

Councillor Stevens

 

 

Councillor A Stokes

 

 

Councillor I Stokes

 

 

Councillor Mrs Sumner

 

 

Councillor Mrs J Taylor

 

 

Councillor M Taylor

 

 

Councillor Thompson

 

 

Councillor Wilkins

 

 

Councillor Woolley

 

 

Councillor Wootten

 

 

 

 

 

39

8

0

 

In relation to the General Fund – Reserves and Balances (recorded Vote on recommendation g)

For

Against

Abstain

Councillor Adams

Councillor Ashberry

 

Councillor Auger

Councillor Davidson

 

Councillor Bisnauthsing

Councillor Dilks

 

Councillor Mrs Bosworth

Councillor Morgan

 

Councillor Bryant

Councillor Powell

 

Councillor Carpenter

Councillor Selby

 

Councillor Mrs Cartwright

Councillor Shorrock

 

Councillor Channell

Councillor Wood

 

Councillor Chivers

 

 

Councillor Cook

 

 

Councillor Cooke

 

 

Councillor Cosham

 

 

Councillor Craft

 

 

Councillor Griffin

 

 

Councillor Howard

 

 

Councillor Nalson

 

 

Councillor Mrs Neal

 

 

Councillor Nicholson

 

 

Councillor Robins

 

 

Councillor Rowlands

 

 

Councillor Russell

 

 

Councillor Sampson

 

 

Councillor B Sandall

 

 

Councillor S Sandall

 

 

Councillor Scott

 

 

Councillor Jacky Smith

 

 

Councillor John Smith

 

 

Councillor Mrs Judy Smith

 

 

Councillor Stephens

 

 

Councillor Stevens

 

 

Councillor A Stokes

 

 

Councillor I Stokes

 

 

Councillor Mrs Sumner

 

 

Councillor Mrs J Taylor

 

 

Councillor M Taylor

 

 

Councillor Thompson

 

 

Councillor Wilkins

 

 

Councillor Woolley

 

 

Councillor Wootten

 

 

 

 

 

39

8

0

 

Management and prudential indicators (recorded Vote on recommendation h)

 

For

Against

Abstain

Councillor Adams

Councillor Ashberry

Councillor Shorrock

Councillor Auger

Councillor Davidson

 

Councillor Bisnauthsing

Councillor Dilks

 

Councillor Mrs Bosworth

Councillor Morgan

 

Councillor Bryant

Councillor Powell

 

Councillor Carpenter

Councillor Selby

 

Councillor Mrs Cartwright

Councillor Wood

 

Councillor Channell

 

 

Councillor Chivers

 

 

Councillor Cook

 

 

Councillor Cooke

 

 

Councillor Cosham

 

 

Councillor Craft

 

 

Councillor Griffin

 

 

Councillor Howard

 

 

Councillor Nalson

 

 

Councillor Mrs Neal

 

 

Councillor Nicholson

 

 

Councillor Robins

 

 

Councillor Rowlands

 

 

Councillor Russell

 

 

Councillor Sampson

 

 

Councillor B Sandall

 

 

Councillor S Sandall

 

 

Councillor Scott

 

 

Councillor Jacky Smith

 

 

Councillor John Smith

 

 

Councillor Mrs Judy Smith

 

 

Councillor Stephens

 

 

Councillor Stevens

 

 

Councillor A Stokes

 

 

Councillor I Stokes

 

 

Councillor Mrs Sumner

 

 

Councillor Mrs J Taylor

 

 

Councillor M Taylor

 

 

Councillor Thompson

 

 

Councillor Wilkins

 

 

Councillor Woolley

 

 

Councillor Wootten

 

 

 

 

39

7

1

 

In relation to the Housing Revenue Account – Revenue, Capital and Reserves and Balances (electronic vote on recommendations i to o)

 

On being put to the vote, this was carried.

 

Pay Policy Statement (electronic vote on recommendation p)

 

On being put to the vote, this was carried.

 

PART B

 

Council Tax Setting (recorded vote on recommendations a to l)

 

For

Against

Abstain

Councillor Adams

Councillor Davidson

Councillor Ashberry

Councillor Auger

Councillor Dilks

 

Councillor Bisnauthsing

Councillor Morgan

 

Councillor Mrs Bosworth

Councillor Powell

 

Councillor Bryant

Councillor Selby

 

Councillor Carpenter

Councillor Shorrock

 

Councillor Mrs Cartwright

Councillor Wood

 

Councillor Channell

 

 

Councillor Chivers

 

 

Councillor Cook

 

 

Councillor Cooke

 

 

Councillor Cosham

 

 

Councillor Craft

 

 

Councillor Griffin

 

 

Councillor Howard

 

 

Councillor Nalson

 

 

Councillor Mrs Neal

 

 

Councillor Nicholson

 

 

Councillor Robins

 

 

Councillor Rowlands

 

 

Councillor Russell

 

 

Councillor Sampson

 

 

Councillor B Sandall

 

 

Councillor S Sandall

 

 

Councillor Scott

 

 

Councillor Jacky Smith

 

 

Councillor John Smith

 

 

Councillor Mrs Judy Smith

 

 

Councillor Stephens

 

 

Councillor Stevens

 

 

Councillor A Stokes

 

 

Councillor I Stokes

 

 

Councillor Mrs Sumner

 

 

Councillor Mrs J Taylor

 

 

Councillor M Taylor

 

 

Councillor Thompson

 

 

Councillor Wilkins

 

 

Councillor Woolley

 

 

Councillor Wootten

 

 

 

 

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