Agenda and minutes

County Council Local Committee for South Lakeland
Monday, 26th March, 2018 10.00 am

Venue: Council Chamber, County Offices, Kendal

Contact: Holly English  Email: holly.english@cumbria.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

69.

Apologies for Absence

To receive any apologies for absence.

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Mr R Bingham, Mr J Brook, Mr C Hogg, Mrs S Sanderson, Mrs J Willis and Mr P Thornton.

 

70.

Public Participation

(1)   There are no public questions, deputations or petitions relating to any items on the agenda.

Minutes:

(1)  There were no petitions considered at the meeting.

 

(2)  Mr D Evans was in attendance to read out the following statement:

 

We Need the Best Cycle Route

 

“The need for a safe, convenient and enjoyable North Kendal cycle route - to link the Mintsfeet Area of Kendal, which includes the Morrisons shopping area on the Old County Showground site and the Mintsfeet, Mint Bridge and Gilthwaiterigg Lane Industrial Estates, with the centre of town and also to the Windermere Road area on the West of the River for students at Queen Katherine School - has long been a significant problem for the County Council and the people of Kendal. 

Currently there is no route for cyclists, other than by taking your life in your hands, and traversing the extremely busy A6 Shap Road or the A685 Appleby Road which merge at the Duke of Cumberland junction, and then pass under the railway bridge.  These routes then continue to the extremely difficult and even dangerous mini roundabout junction with Station Road and Ann Street, where traffic from three directions merge and funnel into a two lane one-way street (Wildman Street), which narrows to one and a half lanes part way along its length, before widening again to two lanes (all within a distance of 100 metres); finally splitting into three at the Stramongate Bridge, Beezon Road, and Castle Street junction.

 

At this point the existing cycle route starts with a nominally two way, shared footpath and cycleway over the RHS of Stramongate Bridge.  This is extremely difficult to use safely, due to the need for the cyclist to either move to the RHS of the LH lane and find a suitable point to join the cycle route on the RHS of the bridge, or keep to the LHS of Wildman St, pass the turn to Castle St and then quickly dismount to cross to the RHS of the Bridge and join the cycleway at the pedestrian crossing and then continue along.  If this sounds complicated, that’s because it is very complicated.

 

The need for a cycle route was specifically referred to in the Kendal Cycle Network Action Plan produced by CCC in 2007, which immediately identified at least eight separate pieces of work that were needed. 

 

These included

·         Improving the link between Victoria Bridge and Stramongate Bridge,

·         Contraflows on Upper and Lower Stramongate,

·         Improvements to the Longpool – Ann Street junction

·         A shared-use footway and cycleway across Stramongate Bridge,

·         A link along the river at Gooseholme,

·         An onward link from Gooseholme to Miller Bridge, and

·         A riverside route north to Gilthwaiterigg Lane

 

It is rather salutary to note that after 10 years, many of these items have not been completed.

 

The route through Wildman Street is totally unsuitable.

However, that is not to say that nothing has been done.  Indeed only last year a major trial was undertaken to determine the effects on traffic flows of widening the pavements to allow a 2.5m wide shared-use footpath and  ...  view the full minutes text for item 70.

71.

Exclusion of Press and Public

To consider whether the press and public should be excluded from the meeting during consideration of any items on the agenda.

Minutes:

RESOLVED,            that the press and public not be excluded from the meeting for any items of business on this occasion.

 

72.

Disclosures of Interest

Members are invited to disclose any disclosable pecuniary interest they have in any item on the agenda which comprises

 

1          Details of any employment, office, trade, profession or vocation carried on for profit or gain.

 

2          Details of any payment or provision of any other financial benefit (other than from the authority) made or provided within the relevant period in respect of any expenses incurred by you in carrying out duties as a member, or towards your election expenses.  (This includes any payment or financial benefit from a trade union within the meaning of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992.

 

3          Details of any contract which is made between you (or a body in which you have a beneficial interest) and the authority

 

(a)       Under which goods or services are to be provided or works are to be           executed; and

 

            (b)       Which has not been fully discharged.

 

4          Details of any beneficial interest in land which is within the area of the authority. 

 

5          Details of any licence (alone or jointly with others) to occupy land in the area of the authority for a month or longer. 

 

6          Details of any tenancy where (to your knowledge)

 

            (a)       The landlord is the authority; and

 

            (b)       The tenant is a body in which you have a beneficial                                                   interest.

 

7          Details of any beneficial interest in securities of a body where

 

(a)       That body (to your knowledge) has a place of business or land in the         area of the authority; and

 

 

(b)       Either –

 

(i)      The total nominal value of the securities exceeds £25,000 or one       hundredth of the total issued share capital of that body; or

 

(ii)     If that share capital of that body is of more than one class, the total nominal value of the shares of any one class in which the relevant person has a beneficial interest exceeds one hundredth of the total issued share capital of that class.

In addition, you must also disclose other non-pecuniary interests set out in the Code of Conduct where these have not already been registered.

 

Note

 

A “disclosable pecuniary interest” is an interest of a councillor or their partner (which means spouse or civil partner, a person with whom they are living as husband or wife, or a person with whom they are living as if they are civil partners).

Minutes:

There were no disclosable pecuniary interests declared at the meeting.

 

73.

Presentation from Natural England

To receive a presentation from Natural England in relation to the Coastal Path Consultation.

 

Minutes:

The Committee considered a presentation from the Senior Advisor at Natural England. The presentation provided a whistle-stop tour on the Coastal Path Consultation and discussed:-

Ø  Background to the England Coastal Path

Ø  Delivery Process

Ø  Progress so far

Ø  Ongoing management of the England Coastal Path

Ø  Detailed analysis of:

-       Duddon Estuary

-       Furness Peninsula

 

Members thanked Gerry Rusbridge for the informative presentation.

 

The Local Member for High Furness suggested that an opportunity had been missed at Duddon Estuary. It was explained that a lot of work had been done in the area to overcome various issues and the only practical solution identified would have been to put in a new bridge at a cost of £450,000, therefore there was no cost benefit. It was reassured that efforts had not been exhausted and the Lake District National Park was looking at a joint footpath. The Local Member for High Furness asked if Natural England had looked at the possibility of using the old railway bridge.

 

A discussion took place regarding an area near Ulverston, it was suggested that there was already a good coastal path in place and a new path would be introduced south of Ulverston. A discussion followed on the area of Canal Foot, an area already popular with walkers. The Senior Advisor explained that an alternative route would be put in place to accommodate for tides and periods of flooding.

 

A question was raised in regards to the area of Aldingham, it was claimed that the inland path would be dangerous for pedestrians. Natural England agreed that the path near Moat Farm may pose a risk, however it had been concluded to be the best option in the circumstances. The Group was reassured that once proposals had been finalised, individuals would be able to feed back to Natural England and the Secretary of State on the route suggested.

 

A Member asked if the County Council would be the accountable body for maintenance once the coastal path had been completed. It was explained that the County Council would be the responsible access authority and would undertake work funded by Government grants.

 

A Member asked whether there would be public rights of way on the coastal path, in response it was advocated that there would be no automatic rights of way although existing rights of way would remain.

 

The Chair thanked Mr Rusbridge for feeding back to the Committee and requested that a further update be brought to a future meeting.

 

74.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 72 KB

To confirm as a correct record the minutes of the meeting of the Local Committee held on 31 January 2018 (copy enclosed).

 

Minutes:

Under Minute Number 61, Appointment of County Council Governors it was AGREED that Ms R Kennington be added to the schedule of individuals nominated.

 

RESOLVED,            that the minutes of the meeting of the Local Committee held on 31 January 2018 be agreed as a correct record with the inclusion of the above amendment.

 

Matters Arising

 

Under Minute Number 64 – Children’s Champion, the Local Member for Kendal Nether advised that Croppers had came on board as a foster friendly employer.

 

75.

Communities Activity and Budget pdf icon PDF 325 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All South Lakeland]

 

To consider a report by the Corporate Director- Health, Care and Community Services (copy enclosed).

 

This report provides information and offers recommendations to the Local Committee for approval from meetings of the Strategic Planning Working Group held on 27 February 2018 and the Children and Young Peoples Working Group held on 21 February 2018. It also updates the Local Committee on previously agreed activity supported with the latest financial statement.

 

Minutes:

The Committee received a report by the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Communities which provided information and offered recommendations for approval from the Strategic Planning Working Group held on 27 February 2018 and the Children and Young People’s Working Group held on 21 February 2018. The report also provided Local Committee with an update on previously agreed activity supported with the latest financial statement.

 

The Local Member for Kendal Nether provided feedback from the Children and Young People’s Working Group meeting held on 21 February 2018. Members were informed that the Clinical Lead – Public Health Nurse Practitioners was in attendance and would attend all meetings going forward.

 

RESOLVED,             that South Lakeland Local Committee:

 

(1)  Note the budget update for 2017-18 including the commitments and expenditure to end of February 2017

 

Strategic Planning Working Group

 

(2)   Note the work of the Strategic Planning Working Group.

 

(3)  Nominate Cllr M Wilson as representative on the Ulverston BID.

 

(4)  Agree to contribute £300 to the Ragtag Arts (Community Scrapstore) from the Waste Prevention Fund towards marketing their new larger premises. 

 

(5)  Agree to commit an amount of £1,250 to Kendal Town Council from the Economic Initiatives Budget for the final phase of the signage improvement project.

 

(6)  Agree to commit an amount of £3,500 to AWAZ Cumbria from the Economic Initiatives Budget towards the Kendal Unity Festival.

 

(7)  Agree to commit an amount of £4,500 to the Lancaster Canal Regeneration Partnership from the Economic Initiatives Budget to contribute towards the project manager post for 2 years.

 

(8)  Agree to commit an amount of £2,750 from the Economic Initiatives Budget towards local community activity in South Lakeland around the 2018 Tour of Britain.

 

(9)  Agree the balance of £36,478 in the 2017/18 General Provisions Budget, be committed towards Area Working activity across South Lakeland, subject to agreement of Council to carry forward unspent balances.

 

 

(10)   Note the delegated budget for 2018-19 which was approved at the Full Council meeting of 15th February 2018.

 

(11)   Note that the amounts of £5,166 and £1,288 are the first call on the 2018/19 Local Committee budget for the Kendal and Ulverston BIDs respectively.

 

(12)   Note that the amount of £12,000 is a first call on the 2018/19 Local Committee budget as a contribution to the 2018/19 weed spraying contract for South Lakeland.

 

(13)   Allocate £35,000 to the Economic Initiatives Budget from the 2018/19 budget allocation.

 

(14)   Allocate £30,000 to the 0 – 19 Universal Services Budget from the 2018/19 budget allocation.

 

(15)   Allocate £25,000 is allocated to the A2B Now Young Persons Transport Scheme from the 2018/19 budget allocation.

 

(16)   Allocate £48,000 to Community Grants from the 2018/19 budget allocation.

 

(17)   Allocate £19,796 to the School Crossing Patrol budget from the 2018/19 budget allocation.

 

(18)   Allocate £53,8195 to the General Provisions Budget from the 2018/19 budget allocation including estimated provision for Kendal and Ulverston BID levies of £6,454 and weed spraying of £12,000.

 

(19)   Note the £47,550 for the 2018/19 Money Advice Contract delivered  ...  view the full minutes text for item 75.

76.

2017-18 Highways Devolved Revenue and Capital Update Report pdf icon PDF 91 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All South Lakeland]

 

To consider a report by the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways (copy enclosed).

 

This report provides details of the Local Committee’s Highways Revenue and Capital and Non-Devolved Capital Budgets.

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Consideration was given to a report by the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways. The report presented the Highways Revenue, Devolved Capital and Non-Devolved Capital Budget finance reports and updated Members as to the budget commitments and expenditure to the end of January 2018.

 

RESOLVED,            that Local Committee note the revenue and capital budget allocations for 2017/18 and the commitments and expenditure recorded to the end of January 2018.

77.

Highways and Transportation Working Group pdf icon PDF 124 KB

To consider a report by the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways.

 

This report presents the minutes of the meeting of the Highways and Transportation Working Group held on 21 February 2018 and brings forward recommendations for consideration by the Local Committee.

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee was presented with a report from the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways which provided the notes of the meeting of the Highways and Transportation Working Group held on 21 February 2018 and included recommendations for consideration.

 

In presenting the minutes of the Highways and Transportation Working Group the Chair of the Working Group highlighted key points from the meeting which included an update on infrastructure planning and a discussion on the reduction in capital budget.

 

Members were keen to ensure momentum on infrastructure planning was increased and it was AGREED for the Highways and Transportation Working Group to receive a report on Infrastructure Planning at every meeting going forward.

 

It was advocated that the Kendal Northern Development Route needed to be driven forward and it was vital to have someone to drive it forward. A Member stressed that the project had District Council support and money had been set aside for a further study.

 

The Local Member for Kent Estuary advised that the County Council had a number of key players to drive forward the project, including a County Council representative on the Transport for the North Board and a County Council representative on the Transport for the North Scrutiny Panel.

 

The Local Member for High Furness suggested that it was important for work on the A595 at Grizebeck to be pushed forward as it was vital to the County’s economic future. The Highways Network Manager advised that a paper on the A595 would be brought to the next meeting of the Highways and Transportation Working Group.

 

In addition to this, the Committee was informed that a presentation on the new PAS system for scoring capital projects would be given at the next meeting of the Highways and Transportation Working Group and all Members of the Local Committee were encouraged to attend.

 

A Member asked for an update on weed spraying arrangements for the new financial year. It was advised that a contract had been awarded and arrangements were in place to begin in April.

 

RESOLVED,             that Local Committee:

 

(1)  Note the minutes of the Highways and Transportation Working Group meeting held on 21 February 2018,

 

(2)  Approve the devolved highways revenue original allocations for 2018/19,

 

(3)  Approve the devolved highways capital original allocations for 2018/19 and the named surface treatment, carriageway, footway and drainage schemes for 2018/19, as appended to the Working Group report with the following amendment:

 

-       Carriageway resurfacing- Castle Crescent to replace Langdale Crescent.

 

(4)  Note the briefing papers:

-       Informing Members of progress made in delivering the 2017/18 Devolved Capital Programme since the last meeting of the HTWG

-       Informing Members of progress made in respect of Mintsfeet TRO

-       Setting out the next steps to Infrastructure Planning in Kendal.

 

78.

Mintsfeet Traffic Regulation Order pdf icon PDF 105 KB

[Electoral Divisions: Kendal Nether]

 

To consider a report by the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways (copy enclosed).

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Consideration was given to a report from the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways which set out the responses to the statutory consultation and advertising of the traffic regulation order for Mintsfeet Road and Shap Road in Kendal entitled The County of Cumbria (Various Roads, South Lakeland)(Consolidation of Traffic Regulations) (Order 2002) (Mintsfeet Road and Shap Road, Kendal) Variation Order 20><(“the order”). The report sought a resolution on the proposed introduction of the Order.

 

The Local Member for Kendal Nether welcomed the Order and was pleased Officers had responded to questions raised in the consultation.

 

RESOLVED,            That Local Committee resolves that The County of Cumbria (Various Roads, South Lakeland Area) (Consolidation of Traffic Regulations) (Order 2002) (Mintsfeet Road and Shap Road, Kendal) Variation Order 20>< be brought into operation, as advertised, having taken into account the comments which were received during the statutory consultation and advertisement procedure, and having also taken into consideration the matters contained in Section 122(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.

 

79.

Members Highways Priorities pdf icon PDF 106 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All South Lakeland]

 

To consider a report by the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways (copy enclosed).

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Consideration was given to a report from the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways which updated on the Members Highways Priority Works schemes to be funded via the devolved 2017/2018 highway capital budgets for South Lakeland. An allocation of £108,000 was made allowing for £6,000 per division.

 

Members were asked to note that as schemes are being approved in March, effective programming and delivery of schemes for 2017/2018 was not possible. Early identification and discussion with Officers was essential to aid delivery. Schemes suggested after September Local Committee may not be delivered during this financial year, a fact which had been included in previous reports regarding Members Highway Priority Works. Any unallocated funding from 2017/2018 were likely not to be carried over at the end of this financial year due to overspends.

 

Members were informed that there would hopefully be a higher completion rate in the next financial year as the resource shortage in the Traffic team had been resolved.

 

A question was raised in regards to the money allocated by Government for Pothole Funding. The Highways Network Manager advised that clarification was still awaited on the amount allocated.

 

The District Council representative asked for more information on the method for prioritisation of works. It was advised that specific queries on outstanding works could be raised with the appropriate Local Committee Member.

 

The Highways Network Manager advised that some work previously identified had taken up a lot of resources and Members were recommended to think about the Council’s priorities of drainage and pothole works.

 

RESOLVED,             that Local Committee;

(1)          Approve the current Members Highways Priorities Works Programme 2017/2018 (“the Programme”) set out in Appendix 1 noting the additional entries for the following divisions; Kendal Nether; Kent Estuary; Lower Kentdale; Upper Kent and Windermere.

 

(2)          That Local Committee agree that the following schemes which include Traffic Regulation Orders are approved to be progressed to statutory consultation and advertising in due course;

-              Kendal Nether – Waiting restrictions for Shap Road and Appleby Road Kendal (Note: this has been delayed due to displaced households following flooding)

-              Kendal Highgate – Waiting restrictions for Hazelwood/Underwood Junction, Romney Road and various junctions off Romney Road and parking restrictions for Chapel Street and Cross Lane and streets surrounding Romney Road.

-              Lakes – Parking and waiting restriction amendments within Grasmere on Broadgate and Red Lion Square.

-              Windermere – Parking and waiting restrictions for Lake Road, Spooner Vale and St Mary’s Park.

 

 

80.

SLDC off-street car parking order pdf icon PDF 98 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All South Lakeland]

 

To consider a report by the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways (copy enclosed).

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

A report was presented by the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways which sought approval to South Lakeland District Council for the bringing into operation of an Order to amend the existing “South Lakeland District Council (Off Street Parking Places) Order 2004”.

 

The proposed new order, entitled “The South Lakeland District Council (Off Street Parking Places) Order 2004 (Amendment No 13) Order 2018” (“The Order”) proposed to extend early bird parking offers to Ambleside, Grange and Windermere, to introduce a new car park into the Order and to reverse previous restrictions extant on Sandes Avenue on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

 

RESOLVED,            that Local Committee consents to South Lakeland District Council bringing into operation “The South Lakeland District Council (Off Street Parking Places) Order 2004 (Amendment No 13) Order 2018”.

 

81.

South Lakeland Speed Limit Consolidation Order pdf icon PDF 121 KB

[Electoral Divisions: Kendal Nether; Kendal Strickland and Fell, Lakes and Lower Kentdale]

 

To consider a report by the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways (copy enclosed).

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Consideration was given to a report by the Corporate Director – Economy and Highways which sought new resolutions following an error that was made during the advertising of the recent speed limit Order for various locations in South Lakeland.

 

THE COUNTY OF CUMBRIA (VARIOUS ROADS IN THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH LAKELAND)(CONSOLIDATION AND PROVISION OF SPEED LIMITS) ORDER  20><, (“the Order”) included proposals for A6 Shap Road, A591 North of Grasmere, A65 Endmoor and A5284 Windermere Road.

 

It was recommended that the Committee make a new resolution, to bring the Order into operation in PART only, namely that that the proposed speed limits on A6 Shap Road, A591 North of Grasmere and A5284 Windermere Road be brought into operation but that the proposal for A65 Endmoor be re-advertised with the correct measurements and be brought to the next Local Committee for a decision on implementation.

 

A Member stated that it was important to ensure mistakes were identified and resolved swiftly as statutory notices were expensive.

 

RESOLVED,             that Local Committee;

 

(1)  Bring into operation “The County of Cumbria (Various Roads in the District of South Lakeland) (Consolidation and Provision of Speed Limits) Order 20><” IN PART namely in relation to the proposed speed limits on the A5284 Windermere Road, A6 Shap Road and A591 North of Grasmere, having taken into consideration the matters contained in Section 122(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.

 

(2)  Approve the re-advertising of the proposal for the A65 at Endmoor with corrected length of restriction with in addition a proposal for an extension of the existing 40mph restriction between Nutting Hall Lane Endmoor and Crooklands and approve the making of the Order for the restrictions subject to the conclusion of the statutory consultation period and advertising with no objections being received.

 

(3)  Approve the bringing into operation of the Variation Order subject to no unresolved objections being received at the conclusion of the statutory consultation and advertisement period.

 

82.

Appointment of County Council Governors pdf icon PDF 44 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All South Lakeland]

 

To consider a schedule by the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services (copy enclosed).

 

This report seeks approval of nominated County Council Governors of Nursery, Primary and Secondary Schools.

Minutes:

The Committee was presented with a report from the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services which sought approval of nominated County Council Governors of Nursery, Primary and Secondary Schools.

 

RESOLVED,            that subject to their consent the following be nominated to the governing body of the following nursery, primary and secondary schools:-

 

School

Nomination

St Cuthbert’s Catholic Primary School

Mrs A M Corin

Heron Hill Primary School

Mr D Rathbone

Old Hutton CE School

Ms C Toon

Grayrigg CE School

Mr R Eastwood

 


83.

Children's Champion pdf icon PDF 37 KB

Update by the Children’s Champion.

Minutes:

Members received an update report from the South Lakeland Local Committee’s Children’s Champion. The report advised on information and discussions from the last meeting of the Corporate Parenting Board.

 

Members were pleased to hear of updates with the Care Leavers Offer. It was explained that the County Council was hoping to roll out the offer in September 2018.

 

It was highlighted that the County Council would need to work together with District Councils, health partners, housing providers and employers to ensure all are aware of the vital role they need to play to support care leavers. The Children’s Champion expressed that it was excellent to have District Council representatives attend Local Committee meeting.

 

The Children’s Champion explained that Care Leavers would need support with the following:

 

-       Managing finances

-       Negotiating the benefits system

-       Financial support

-       Housing

-       Mental and physical health

-       Making friends and relationships

-       Recognition of birthdays, festivals and significant events in their lives

-       Education

 

A Member asked how long the Council Tax Exemption would apply to Care Leavers and it was advised that an answer would be provided at the next meeting of the Local Committee.

 

84.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH ACTIVITY - UPDATE pdf icon PDF 112 KB

[Electoral Divisions: All South Lakeland]

 

To consider a report by the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services (copy enclosed).

 

This report details the Public Health Activity undertaken by the South Lakeland Area Support Team and Locality Public Health Manager.

 

Additional documents:

Minutes:

The Committee received a report by the Corporate Director – Health, Care and Community Services which drew attention to key Community Development, Waste Reduction and Public Health Activity undertaken by the South Lakeland Area Support Team, Waste Reduction Officer and Locality Public Health Manager.

 

The Local Committee discussed updates in relation to:

-       Community Development and Engagement

-       Waste Prevention

-       Smoke Free Cumbria

-       Living Well Event

-       Screening for Hypertension and Atrial Fibrillation

 

A Member asked a question in relation to an item in the press regarding insufficient training for GPs on food and nutrition. The Public Health Locality Manager stated that obesity was a major health problem and the County Council would be working closely with health colleagues on the matter following the signing of a Healthy Weight Declaration and a Healthy Weight Summit event held in the week prior to the meeting.

 

A discussion took place regarding child poverty in the South Lakeland Area and it was requested that the Public Health Locality Manager forward the figures of child poverty in the South Lakeland area to all Members of the Local Committee.

 

RESOLVED,             that Members note the content of the report.

 

85.

Local Committee Chairs and Leadership pdf icon PDF 76 KB

To receive the minutes of the meeting of the Local Committee Chairs and Leadership held on 25 January 2018 (copy enclosed).

 

Minutes:

RESOLVED,            that the minutes of a meeting of the Local Committee Chairs and Leadership held on 25 January 2018 be received.

 

86.

Partner Organisations

87.

Outside Bodies

To receive feedback from members on the outside bodies that they serve, and from the Local Member Champions.