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Locum Tenens

The Town Clerk reported that the Lord Mayor was unable to preside over this meeting of the Court as he was engaged on an official visit with Her Majesty The Queen. Accordingly, this day was produced and read in Court a Warrant, signed by the Right Honourable The Lord Mayor, appointing Alderman Ian Luder as Locum Tenens to transact all the business appertaining to the Office of Mayoralty of this City during his absence.

1.

Introduction of newly-elected Member

Minutes:

Benjamin Daniel Murphy, lately elected to be of the Common Council for the Ward of Bishopsgate (Without), was introduced to the Court and, having previously made the declaration prescribed by the Promissory Oaths Act, 1868, took his seat

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2.

Apologies

Minutes:

The apologies of those Members unable to attend this meeting of the Court were noted.

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3.

Declarations by Members under the Code of Conduct in respect of any items on the agenda

Minutes:

Those Members who served on the Board of Governors of the Museum of London declared an interest in respect of item 25.

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4.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 501 KB

To agree the minutes of the meeting of the Court of Common Council held on 12 October 2017.

 

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Minutes:

Resolved – That the Minutes of the last Court are correctly recorded.

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5.

Vote of Thanks to the Late Lord Mayor pdf icon PDF 108 KB

To pass the Vote of Thanks, read informally at the last meeting of the Court, to the

late Lord Mayor.

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Minutes:

Resolved unanimously - that the Members of this Court take great pleasure in expressing to:

 

Alderman Dr Andrew Charles Parmley

 

their gratitude and appreciation for the distinguished manner in which he has served as Lord Mayor of the City of London during the past year.

 

Always good-humoured and unfailingly charming, Andrew has been a superb ambassador – not just for the City, but for the entire nation. From Mexico to Nepal, from Glasgow to Blackpool, the Lord Mayor has worked tirelessly both at home and abroad to champion the UK’s financial, legal, educational and professional services.

 

As an educator, the Lord Mayor’s motto of “Educate, Support, Inspire” has provided a fitting theme for his year, and his appointment to the Government’s Apprenticeship Delivery Board is a testament to his endeavours in this area.

 

He has also had the pleasure of hosting many special occasions in Guildhall and Mansion House, including the magnificent State Banquet for His Majesty the King of Spain, which I know will live long in his memory.

 

Andrew’s colleagues on this Court also wish to pay tribute to Wendy, the Lady Mayoress, who has herself undertaken a varied programme with passion and commitment. We express our gratitude for all her contributions.

 

In taking their leave of Andrew, their 689th Lord Mayor, Honourable Members reflect that his has been an exceptional Mayoralty and express our confidence that, after a well-earned rest, he will look back on a unique year with the greatest pleasure, a justifiable pride and immense satisfaction.

 

 

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6.

Resolutions on Retirements, Congratulatory Resolutions, Memorials.

Minutes:

There were no resolutions.

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7.

Mayoral Visits

The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor to report on his recent overseas visits.

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Minutes:

There was no report.

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8.

Policy Statement

To receive a statement from the Chairman of the Policy and Resources Committee.

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Minutes:

There was no statement.

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9.

Docquets for the Hospital Seal.

Minutes:

There were no docquets to be sealed.

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10.

The Freedom of the City pdf icon PDF 165 KB

To consider a circulated list of applications for the Freedom of the City.

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Minutes:

The Chamberlain, in pursuance of the Order of this Court, presented a list of the under-mentioned, persons who had made applications to be admitted to the Freedom of the City by Redemption:-

 

Dr Avtar Singh Kamboj

a Medical Doctor

Claygate, Esher, Surrey

John Wykes

Citizen and Chartered Secretary and Administrator

 

Herbert Richard Sharp

 

Citizen and Loriner

 

Alex Nigel Jones

a Funeral Director

Ardenrun, Lingfield, Surrey

Lord Robert George Alexander Lingfield, Kt., DL.

Citizen and Goldsmith

 

Nigel Anthony Chimmo Branson, JP

 

Citizen and Haberdasher

 

Eddie James Aylett

a Teacher

Romford, Essex

Scott Marcus Longman

Citizen and Blacksmith

 

George Henry Capon

 

Citizen and Blacksmith

 

Henry Peter Johan Kruis 

a Management Consultant

Hackney

Stuart John Fraser, CBE, CC

Citizen and Fletcher

 

John Alfred Bennett, Deputy

 

Citizen and International Banker

 

Kenneth Richard Gibson 

a Leprosy Organisation Chief Executive 

Kilquade, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

Frederick Joseph Trowman

Citizen and Loriner

 

Donald Mostyn Morris

 

Citizen and Distiller

 

Matthew Richard Howard-Coombe

an Insurance Underwriter

Greenwich, London

Richard Howard Coombe

Citizen and Poulter

 

Donald Howard Coombe, MBE

 

Citizen and Poulter

 

Anthony James May 

a Distributing Company Manager

Hexham, Northumberland

Keith John Ebsworth

Citizen and Glover

 

Peter Colet Laurie

 

Citizen and Saddler

 

Jo-Anne Elizabeth Cooper 

a School External Engagements Manager

Reigate, Surrey

Vivienne Littlechild, JP, CC

Citizen and Glover

 

Professor Ronan O'Hora

 

Citizen and Goldsmith

 


 

Pamela Ann Saunders

a Human Resources Secretary, retired

Totteridge Green, London

Lisa Rutter 

Citizen and Patternmaker

 

Anne Elizabeth Holden

 

Citizen and Basketmaker

 

Erol Mark Houssein 

a Coffee Distributor

Dagenham, Essex

Michael Peter Cawston

Citizen and Tyler & Bricklayer

 

Adarsh Kumar Sharma

 

Citizen and Chartered Accountant

 

Stephen John Bullen 

a Ceramic Tiler

Emerson Green, Bristol

Colin James Bridgen

Citizen and Carman

 

Jeffrey Charles Williams

 

Citizen and Carman

 

Bradley James Seaman 

a Logistics Manager

Horfield, Bristol

Colin James Bridgen

Citizen and Carman

 

Jeffrey Charles Williams 

 

Citizen and Carman

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11.

Legislation pdf icon PDF 182 KB

To receive a report setting out measures introduced into Parliament which may have an effect on the services provided by the City Corporation.

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Minutes:

The Court received a report on measures introduced by Parliament which might have an effect on the services provided by the City Corporation as follows:-

 

 

Bills

 

 

Trade Bill

The Bill will put in place the legal framework for the UK to operate an independent trade policy after withdrawing from the EU.

Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Bill

The Bill will put in place the legal framework for the UK to operate an independent customs policy after withdrawing from the EU.

Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Bill

The Bill will put in place the legal framework for the UK to enforce international sanctions (including under United Nations measures) once it has left the EU, and introduce domestic anti-money laundering powers to replace EU legislation in the field.

 

Statutory Instruments

Date inforce

The Environmental Offences (Fixed Penalties) (England) Regulations 2017, S.I. No. 1050

The Regulations increase the amounts payable under fixed penalty notices which local authorities (including the Common Council acting in that capacity) may issue in respect of a range of environmental offences, including littering and noise offences.

1 April 2018

The Traffic Signs (Amendment) (England and Wales) Regulations and General Directions 2017, S.I. No. 1086

The Regulations and Directions amend a range of traffic sign specifications, in order to correct errors and improve clarity. They will apply to the Common Council acting in its capacity as traffic authority.

13 December 2017

 

 

(The text of the measures and the explanatory notes may be obtained from the Remembrancer’s office.)

 

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12.

Ballot Results

The Town Clerk to report the outcome of the (several) ballot(s) taken at the last Court:

¬ denotes appointed.

 

(A)      One Member on The City Bridge Trust Committee.

 

 

Votes

Rehana Banu Ameer

5

Matthew Bell

9

Tijs Broeke

23

Peter Gerard Dunphy

52¬

 

(B)      One Member on the Health and Wellbeing Board.

 

 

Votes

Rehana Banu Ameer

13

Marianne Bernadette Fredericks

80¬

 

 

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Minutes:

The Town Clerk reported the results of two ballots taken at the last Court, as follows:-

 

(A)      One Member to The City Bridge Trust Committee.

 

Votes

Rehana Banu Ameer

5

Matthew Bell

9

Tijs Broeke

23

Peter Gerard Dunphy

52

 

Read.

 

Whereupon the Lord Mayor declared Peter Dunphy to be appointed to The City Bridge Trust Committee.

 

(B)      One Member to Health and Wellbeing Board.

 

Votes

Rehana Banu Ameer

13

Marianne Bernadette Fredericks

80

 

Read.

 

Whereupon the Lord Mayor declared Marianne Fredericks to be appointed to the Health and Wellbeing Board.

 

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13.

Appointments

To consider the following appointments:

* Denotes a Member standing for re-appointment.

 

(A)         One Member on the Community and Children’s Services Committee, for the balance of a term expiring in April 2018.

 

Nominations received:-

Adrian Mark Bastow

 

(B)         Four Members on the Board of Governors of the Museum of London, for four-year terms expiring in December 2021.

 

Nominations received:-

*Vivienne Littlechild, J.P.

Paul Nicholas Martinelli

*Jeremy Paul Mayhew

Wendy Mead, O.B.E.

Judith Lindsay Pleasance

*John George Stewart Scott, J.P.

 

(C)         One Member on the Mitchell City of London Charity and Educational Foundation, for a five-year term expiring in December 2022.

 

Nominations received:-

Tom Hoffman, Deputy

 

 

(D)         One Member on the Dr Johnson’s House Trust, for a two-year term expiring in December 2019.

 

Nominations received:-

*Jeremy Lewis Simons

 

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Minutes:

The Court proceeded to consider appointments to the Community and Children’s Services Committee, the Board of Governors of the Museum of London, the Mitchell City of London Charity and Educational Foundation, and the Dr Johnson’s House Trust.

 

Where appropriate:-

* denotes a Member standing for re-appointment;

 

(A)      Community and Children’s Services Committee (one vacancy for the balance of a term expiring in April 2018).

 

Nominations received:-

Adrian Mark Bastow

 

Read.

 

Whereupon the Lord Mayor declared Adrian Bastow to be appointed to the Community and Children’s Services Committee.

 

(B)      Board of Governors of the Museum of London (four vacancies for four-year terms expiring in December 2021).

 

Nominations received:-

*Vivienne Littlechild, J.P.

Paul Nicholas Martinelli

*Jeremy Paul Mayhew

Wendy Mead, O.B.E.

Judith Lindsay Pleasance

*John George Stewart Scott, J.P.

 

Read.

 

The Court proceeded, in accordance with Standing Order No.10, to ballot on the vacancies. The Lord Mayor appointed the Chief Commoner and the Chairman of the Finance Committee, or their representatives, to be the scrutineers of the ballot.

 

Resolved – That the votes be counted at the conclusion of the Court and the result printed in the Summons for the next meeting.

 

(C)      Mitchell City of London Charity and Educational Foundation (one vacancy for a five-year term expiring in December 2022).

 

          Nominations received:-

          Tom Hoffman, Deputy

 

Read.

 

Whereupon the Lord Mayor declared Deputy Tom Hoffman to be appointed to the Mitchell City of London Charity and Educational.

 

 

(D)      Dr Johnson’s House Trust (one vacancyfor a two-year term expiring in December 2019).

 

          Nominations received:-

          *Jeremy Lewis Simons

 

Read.

 

Whereupon the Lord Mayor declared Jeremy Simons to be appointed to the Dr Johnson’s House Trust.

 

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14.

Questions

Minutes:

There were no questions.

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15.

Motions

(A)    By Tom Hoffman, Deputy

          “That the Resolution of Thanks to the late Lord Mayor, passed by Common Hall on 29 September last, be presented in a form agreeable to him?”

 

(B)    By Dr Giles Robert Evelyn Shilson, Deputy

          “That the Resolution of Thanks to William Anthony Bowater Russell, Alderman and Haberdasher and Peter Kenneth Estlin, Alderman and International Banker, the late Sheriffs of the City, passed by Common Hall on 29 September last, be presented in a form agreeable to them?”

 

(C)    By Joyce Carruthers Nash, O.B.E., Deputy

          “That Randall Keith Anderson be appointed on the Community and Children’s Services Committee as a representative for the Ward of Aldersgate, in the room of Richard Peter Crossan?”

 

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Minutes:

(A) By Tom Hoffman, Deputy

Resolved unanimously – That the Resolution of Thanks to the late Lord Mayor, passed by Common Hall on 29 September last, be presented in a form agreeable to him.

 

(B) By Dr Giles Robert Evelyn Shilson, Deputy

Resolved unanimously – That the Resolution of Thanks to William Anthony Bowater Russell, Alderman and Haberdasher and Peter Kenneth Estlin, Alderman and International Banker,

the late Sheriffs of the City, passed by Common Hall on 29 September last, be

presented in a form agreeable to them.

 

(C) By Joyce Carruthers Nash, O.B.E., Deputy

Resolved unanimously  That Randall Keith Anderson be appointed on the Community and Children’s Services Committee as a representative for the Ward of Aldersgate, in the room of Richard Peter Crossan.

 

(D) By Tom Sleigh, Deputy

Resolved unanimously – That Benjamin Murphy be appointed to the Community and Children’s Services and the Port Health and Environmental Services Committees to represent the Ward of Bishopsgate in the room of Pooja Tank, who was no longer on Common Council.

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16.

Awards and Prizes pdf icon PDF 149 KB

To receive a report of the Chairman of the Hampstead Heath, Highgate Wood and Queen's Park Committee advising of the recent receipt of several awards.

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Minutes:

The Court received a report of the Chairman of the Hampstead Heath, Highgate Wood & Queen’s Park Committee, advising of the recent receipt of several awards.

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17.

Finance Committee

To consider reports of the Finance Committee, as follows:-

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Minutes:

FINANCE COMMITTEE

 

(Jeremy Paul Mayhew)

 

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17a

(A) City Fund and Pension Fund Financial Statements pdf icon PDF 67 KB

(A) City Fund and Pension Fund Financial Statement – to receive the City Fund and Pension Fund Financial Statements for 2016/17.

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Additional documents:

Minutes:

21 November 2017

(A) City Fund and Pension Funds - 2016/17 Statement of Accounts and Annual Audit Letter

On 23 May 1996, the Court authorised the Finance Committee to approve, amongst other things, the Statement of Accounts for the City Fund and Pension Funds.

 

The Committee had duly considered and approved the City Fund and Pension Funds Statement of Accounts for the year ending 31 March 2017 and now presented them to the Court for information, along with the annual audit letter from BDO LLP. The Statement and letter had also been published on the City’s website.

 

It was accordingly recommended that the Court receive the 2016/17 City Fund and Pension Fund Statement of Accounts for information.

 

Resolved – That the 2016/17 City Fund and Pension Fund Statement of Accounts be received.

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17b

City's Cash, Bridge House Estates, City's Cash Trust Funds and Sundry Trust Funds Annual Reports and Financial Statements 2016/17 pdf icon PDF 120 KB

(B) City’s Cash, Bridge House Estates, City’s Cash Trust Funds and Sundry Trust Funds – to receive the auditors’ report and financial statements relating to these accounts.

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Additional documents:

Minutes:

21 November 2017

(B) City’s Cash, Bridge House Estates, City’s Cash Trust Funds and Sundry Trust Funds Annual Reports and Financial Statements 2016/17

On 23 May 1996, the Court authorised the Finance Committee to approve, amongst other things, the Annual Reports and Financial Statements for City’s Cash, Bridge House Estates and the Charitable Trusts.

 

The Committee had duly considered and approved the Annual Reports and Financial Statements for the year ending 31 March 2017 and now presented them to the Court for information, along with the management letter from Moore Stephens LLP on its audit of the funds. The Annual Reports and Financial Statements for City’s Cash and Bridge House Estates, the Annual Report and Financial Statements and the management letter had also all been published on the City’s website.

 

It was accordingly recommended that the Court receive the 2016/17 City’s Cash, Bridge House Estates and Charitable Trusts Statement of Accounts.

 

Resolved – That the 2016/17 City’s Cash, Bridge House Estates and Charitable Trusts Statement of Accounts be received.

 

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18.

Planning and Transportation Committee pdf icon PDF 235 KB

To consider the annual On-Street Parking Accounts for 2016/17.

 

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Minutes:

PLANNING AND TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

 

(Christopher Michael Hayward)

21 November 2017

Surplus Arising for On-Street Parking 2015/16 and Utilisation of Accrued Surplus

The City of London in common with other London authorities is required to report to the Mayor for London on action taken in respect of any deficit or surplus in its On-Street Parking Account for a particular financial year.

Members were advised that:

·         the surplus arising from on-street parking activities in 2016/17 was £6.313m;

·         a total of £3.421m, was applied in 2016/17 to fund approved projects; and

·         the surplus remaining on the On-Street Parking Reserve at 31st March 2017 was £20.121m, which will be wholly allocated towards the funding of various highway improvements and other projects over the medium term.

 

The Court was recommended to note the contents of the report and approve its submission to the Mayor of London.

 

Resolved – That the report be approved for submission to the Mayor of London.

 

 

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19.

Planning and Transportation and Port Health and Environmental Services Committees pdf icon PDF 181 KB

To consider minor amendments to the Scheme of Delegations.

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Additional documents:

Minutes:

PLANNING AND TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

PORT HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES COMMITTEE

 

(Christopher Michael Hayward)

(Jeremy Lewis Simons)

21 November 2017

Update to the Scheme of Delegations

The Court of Common Council had previously delegated some of its functions to the Planning and Transportation and the Port Health and Environmental Services Committees. To facilitate the administration of these functions, some matters relating to transportation and public realm, town planning, and building control had been further delegated to the Director of the Built Environment and the District Surveyor, as set out in the Scheme of Delegations previously approved by the Court of Common Council.

 

Minor modifications were now required to reflect responsibilities relating to Crossrail and changes to job titles. These were reflected in the revised section of the Scheme of Delegations set out in full in the Appendix to the report, which was presented to the Court of Common Council for consideration and recommended for approval.

 

Resolved – That the revised delegations to the Director of the Built Environment and the District Surveyor, as set out in the Appendix to the report, be approved.

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20.

Audit and Risk Management Committee pdf icon PDF 134 KB

To consider the re-appointment of an external Member of the Committee.

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Minutes:

Audit and Risk Management Committee

 

(Ian David Luder, J.P., Alderman)

10 October 2017

Re-appointment of External Member for a Third Term

At its meeting on 9 September 2011, the Court agreed a procedure for appointing

External (Independent) Members to the Audit and Risk Management Committee.

Subsequent to this, on 16 January 2014 the Court agreed a variation to this procedure such that it would allow for existing External Members to be appointed for a second term on the Committee.

 

On 8 December 2016, the Court agreed a further variation to permit the appointment of an external Member, Kenneth Ludlam, for a third term. The second term of another existing external Member, Ms Caroline Mawhood, was now due to expire and the Committee wished to reappoint her similarly for a third term.

 

Ms Mawhood had served on the Audit and Risk Management Committee, as an External Member, since its inception in 2011 and her contributions to both the Committee and the Police Performance and Resource Management Sub Committee, on which she also served, as well as the recent Auditor Appointment Panel, had been invaluable. Ms Mawhood had expressed a wish to serve for a third term and the Audit and Risk Management Committee desired to recommend this to the Court.

 

Resolved – That Ms Caroline Mawhood be appointed to the Audit and Risk Management Committee for a third term, expiring in 2021.

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21.

Community and Children's Services Committee pdf icon PDF 136 KB

To consider a Gateway 4b report relating to a programme of works across several housing estates maintained by the City Corporation.

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Minutes:

Community and Children’s Services Committee

 

(Dhruv Patel)

17 November 2017

Gateway 4b: Windows Replacement & Common Parts Redecorations Programme - Golden Lane, Holloway, Southwark, Dron House, Sydenham Hill, William Blake and Windsor House

Gateway 2 approval had previously been provided for the commissioning of condition surveys across several City of London Housing Estates. This was given to identify areas where repair, refurbishment or replacement of windows or other common parts was required, with recommendations then to be produced for Members’ consideration.

 

These surveys had now been completed and the overall scope of the windows replacement and redecorations programme was significant, given that it covered multiple Estates, with estimated total programme costs of £16,905,452.

 

It was intended that a single design team be appointed to undertake the works across all Estates; however, pursuant to the City Corporation’s project management procedures, whilst works across the vast majority of Estates were to proceed on the regular route, the Golden Lane Estate works would be progressed along the complex route (and thus also be considered by Members at the detailed design stage) due to that Estate’s listed status.

 

It was recommended that the Court’s approval be granted to appoint the design team and to progress the project on the Golden Lane Estate to Gateway 4c to allow the requisite works to be undertaken, and to progress the programme to Gateway 5 on the wider estates at Holloway, Southwark, Dron House, Sydenham Hill, William Blake and Windsor House.

 

Resolved – That approval be given to:-

·         the progression of the programme of works across the Holloway, Southwark, Dron House, Sydenham Hill, William Blake and Windsor House Estates to Gateway 5;

·         the progression of the programme of works at the Golden Lane Estate to Gateway 4c; and,

·         the allocation of £1,087,967 for the procurement of a single

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22.

Culture, Heritage and Libraries Committee pdf icon PDF 192 KB

To consider the adoption of a cultural strategy.

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Additional documents:

Minutes:

Culture, Heritage and Libraries Committee

 

(Graham David Packham)

4 September 2017

City of London Cultural Strategy 2018-22

The City of London Corporation’s current cultural strategy was due to expire at the end of 2017. It came into effect during the 2012 Cultural Olympiad but no longer reflected the full extent of the organisation’s activities across arts, culture, heritage and learning or its new and emerging ambitions.

 

Following a successful tender process, Global Cities Limited were appointed in May 2017 to assist the organisation in developing a new cultural strategy and, working with officers, undertook engagement across the City of London Corporation and key partners to inform the new strategy. It was a collaborative document that set an ambitious vision for the organisation over the next five years.

 

The draft strategy was approved by the Culture, Heritage and Libraries Committee on 4 September 2017 and the Policy and Resources Committee on 16 November 2017. A number of other Committees and Boards which had an interest in the delivery of arts, culture, heritage and learning had also received and fed into its development.

 

The draft strategy, including its two-page executive summary was presented for consideration at Appendix A and the Court was recommended to approve its adoption.

 

Resolved – That the draft City of London Cultural Strategy 2018-22 be approved for adoption.

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23.

By the Chief Commoner

That the public be excluded from the meeting for the following items of business below on the grounds that they involve the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in Paragraph 3 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act, 1972.

 

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Minutes:

Resolved – That the public be excluded from the meeting for the following items of business below on the grounds they involve the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in Paragraph 3 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972.

 

Summary of exempt items considered whilst the public were excluded:-

 

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24.

Non-Public Minutes

To agree the non-public minutes of the meeting of the Court held on 12 October 2017.

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Minutes:

Resolved – That the non-public Minutes of the last Court are correctly recorded.

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25a

Policy and Resources Committee

To consider proposals concerning the relocation of the Museum of London.

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Minutes:

Policy and Resources Committee

The Court approved proposals relating to the relocation of the Museum of London.

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25b

Markets Committee

To receive concerns raised by the Markets Committee in relation to the proposed relocation of the Museum of London (to follow).

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Minutes:

Markets Committee

The Court received a report setting out the Markets Committee’s considerations in respect of the Museum of London’s proposed relocation, on the agenda at item 25(a).

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26.

Policy and Resources and Finance Committees

To consider the award of a Work and Health Programme contract.

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Minutes:

Policy and Resources and Finance Committees

The Court approved the award of a Work Health Programme contract.

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27.

Finance Committee

To receive a report advising of action taken under urgency procedures relative to the award of a minor works contract.

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Minutes:

Finance Committee

The Court received a report advising of action taken under urgency procedures concerning the award of a minor works contract.

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28.

Audit and Risk Management Committee

To consider the appointment of an external auditor.

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Minutes:

Audit and Risk Management Committee

The Court approved the appointment of an External Auditor.

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29.

Property Investment Board

To consider reports of the Property Investment Board, as follows:-

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Minutes:

Property Investment Board

The Court:-

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29a

Reconciliation of Funds

To consider a reconciliation of funds relative to a Bridge House Estates Property.

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Minutes:

(A)  Approved a reconciliation of funds between Bridge House Estate and City Fund; and

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29b

Report of Urgent Action Taken: Fleet House

(B) Report of Urgent Action Taken: Fleet House – to receive a report advising of action taken under urgency procedures concerning the development of a site.

 

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Minutes:

(B) received a report advising of action taken under urgency procedures relating to the implementation of planning permissions.

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