Agenda

Venue: Committee Room - Civic Centre, Doncaster Road, Selby, YO8 9FT. View directions

Contact: Victoria Foreman  01757 292046 or Email: vforeman@selby.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for Absence

2.

Disclosures of Interest

A copy of the Register of Interest for each Selby District Councillor is available for inspection at www.selby.gov.uk.

 

Board members should declare to the meeting any disclosable pecuniary interest in any item of business on this agenda which is not (in the case of Selby District Councillors) already entered in their Register of Interests.

 

Board members should leave the meeting and take no part in the consideration, discussion or vote on any matter in which they have a disclosable pecuniary interest.

 

Board members should also declare any other interests. Having made the declaration, provided the other interest is not a disclosable pecuniary interest, the member may stay in the meeting, speak and vote on that item of business.

 

If in doubt, Board members are advised to seek advice from the Monitoring Officer.

3.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 337 KB

To confirm as a correct record the minutes of the Central CEF Partnership Board held on 2 October 2019.

4.

Chair's Report

To receive any reports and updates from the Chair (oral report).

5.

Board Member Vacancy - Co-Opted Member

In addition to District and County Councillors, there will be up to 8 admitted co-opted Members on the Partnership Board. Normally the 8 would comprise up to 4 town or parish council representatives and up to 4 other community representatives co-opted by the Partnership Board, but the Partnership Board shall be free to determine a different proportion if it sees fit.

 

Co-opted members must be formally approved by the Partnership Board and will have voting rights in respect of any decisions or recommendations made by the Board.

 

The Board are asked to consider any proposals to fill the vacancy for a co-opted Member. This vacancy has arisen as Councillor Steve Shaw-Wright is now a District Councillor, and therefore automatically has a place on the Central CEF Board in this respect.

 

Prospective co-optees have been asked to submit a 250 word statement, setting out who they are and why they would like to be on the Central CEF Board. At the time of agenda publication, no statements have been submitted.

 

6.

Budget Update pdf icon PDF 18 KB

To consider the Central CEF budget.

7.

Funding Applications pdf icon PDF 143 KB

To consider the funding applications received, with reference to the funding framework and the recommendations of the Central CEF Funding Sub-Committee. The Sub-Committee will report their recommendations to the Board at the meeting.

 

7.1

Selby District Disability Forum, 'Central CEF: Disability Positivity', £4,430 pdf icon PDF 91 KB

This application was considered by the Board at their meeting on 2 October 2019, but was deferred so that SDDF could submit further information regarding the work undertaken on other CEF funded SDDF projects (from the Tadcaster and Villages and Southern CEFs) before a decision is taken on the SDDF’s current funding application to the Central CEF.

 

This additional information has been received by way of project monitoring reports from the Tadcaster and Villages and Southern CEFs. These are appended with the application.

 

Additional documents:

7.2

Age UK Selby, 'Selby Bingo Group', £4,494 pdf icon PDF 408 KB

Additional documents:

8.

Community Development Plan Refresh pdf icon PDF 163 KB

To consider progress and developments related to the Central CEF Community Development Plan.

9.

CEF Plaques

To ask the Board to discuss for which previous funding/projects they would like the Central CEF plaques awarded to.

 

Suggestions from the Chair include:

 

-       Flaxley Road TATA – Defibrillator

-       Selby Abbey

-       Hagges Wood

-       Selby Rugby Club

-       Brayton Community Centre

10.

CEF Code of Conduct pdf icon PDF 139 KB

To remind members of the Partnership Board, of the CEF Code of Conduct.

11.

Marketing and Publicity

To discuss ideas to promote the Central CEF.

12.

Communications

To discuss any points of interest relating to the Central CEF that should be forwarded to Selby District Council’s Communications Team to undertake publicity work.

13.

Impact Reports pdf icon PDF 290 KB

To consider the following completed impact reports:

 

-       Hagges Woods Trust – ‘Transportation Funding for Selby Primary Schools to Visit Three Hagges Wood-Meadow’, £1,000

-       Inspiring Healthy Lifestyles – ‘Selby Park Picnic Brass Events Programme 2019 – Celebrating the Park in this, the 950th anniversary of Selby Abbey’, £3,000

-       Yorkshire Energy Doctor, ‘Central CEF Community Energy Ambassadors’, £2,670

 

Additional documents:

14.

Next Meetings

To confirm the date and location of the next Central CEF meetings:

 

Dates of next meetings

Forum

Wednesday 26 February 2020 – venue TBC

Board

Wednesday 8 April 2020 – Committee Room, Civic Centre