Agenda and decisions

Venue: Virtual meeting

Contact: Jo Maloney  Governance Officer

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No. Item

2.

QUESTIONS FROM MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

A maximum of 15 minutes will be allocated to public questions submitted in writing to Democratic Services (democratic.services@trafford.gov.uk) by 4 p.m. on the working day prior to the meeting. Questions must be relevant to items appearing on the agenda and will be submitted in the order in which they were received.

3.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

Members to give notice of any interest and the nature of that interest relating to any item on the agenda in accordance with the adopted Code of Conduct.

4.

MATTERS FROM COUNCIL OR OVERVIEW AND SCRUTINY COMMITTEES (IF ANY)

To consider any matters referred by the Council or by the Overview and Scrutiny Committees.

5.

ALL AGE TRAVEL ASSISTANCE POLICY 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 336 KB

To consider a report of the Executive Member for Children's Services.

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Decision:

1. That the report be noted, including the methodology and approach used for the consultation process, the feedback received and the equality impact assessment.

2. That the revised policy be approved for implementation with effect from 1 June 2021 for travel in the academic year 2021/22.

6.

FAIR PRICE FOR CARE

To consider reports of the Executive Member for Adult Social Care.

6a

Fair Price for Care for Older Peoples' Residential and Nursing Homes 2021-2022 : Consultation Update pdf icon PDF 524 KB

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Decision:

1. That the outcome of the consultation be considered and noted.

2. That the response to the consultation be considered and noted.

3. That the EIA be considered and noted.

4. That the following bed rates be approved for 2021/2:

 

1. New bed rates from 1st April 2021.

·       £571.76 for all residential beds

·       £639.15 for all nursing beds

2. An inflationary uplift of 2.1% for all other existing beds, including block purchased beds.

5. That it be confirmed that, in approving the above, the Executive has taken into consideration the Council’s Public Sector Equality duty.

6b

Fair Price for Care - Homecare 2021 - 2022 : Consultation Update pdf icon PDF 381 KB

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Decision:

1. That the outcome of the consultation be noted.

2. That the response to the consultation be noted.

3. That the outcome of the Equality Impact Assessment be noted.

4. That an inflationary uplift be approved of 2.50% to the hourly rate for standard homecare which will be an increase from £15.99 per hour to £16.39 per hour for 2021/21.

5. That an additional £0.91 per hour be approved to framework homecare providers which reflects the transformation work to reach an hourly rate of £17.30. This does not include non-framework providers, supported living providers or direct payment packages.

6. That it be confirmed that in approving the above, the Executive has taken into consideration the Council’s Public Sector Equality Duty.

7.

PROGRESS REVIEW: RECOVERY UPDATE SINCE OCTOBER 2020 pdf icon PDF 593 KB

To consider a report of the Executive Member for COVID-19 Recovery and Reform.

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8.

TRAFFORD INCLUSIVE ECONOMY RECOVERY PLAN AND TRANSITION PREPAREDNESS UPDATE pdf icon PDF 330 KB

To consider a report of the Executive Member for Covid-19 Recovery and Reform.

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Decision:

1.  That the Trafford Inclusive Economy Recovery Plan be approved.

2. That the Transition Preparedness Plan Update be noted.

9.

CORPORATE OPERATIONAL ESTATE STRATEGY pdf icon PDF 373 KB

To consider a report of the Executive Member for Housing and Regeneration.

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Decision:

That the Corporate Operational Estate Strategy be adopted by the Council.

10.

GREATER MANCHESTER CLEAN AIR PLAN UPDATE AND CONSULTATION REVIEW pdf icon PDF 629 KB

To consider a report of the Leader of the Council.

Decision:

 

1.     That the progress of the Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan be noted.

 

2.     That the next steps for the development of the Clean Air Plan and Minimum Licensing Standards, listed at Section 12 of the report, be noted.

 

3.     That it be noted that the distribution of Bus Retrofit funding commenced in December 2020.

 

4.     That it be noted that Government ministers have agreed to consider extending Greater Manchester’s Clean Air Zone (CAZ) charges to the sections of the A628/A57 which form part of the Strategic Road Network, within the proposed CAZ boundary, subject to the outcomes of an assessment, which is expected to be completed by early 2021;

 

5.     That it be noted that the GM Clean Air Plan is required to take action tackle nitrogen dioxide exceedances until compliance with the legal limits has been demonstrated and that the nearer term influence of COVID-19 on air quality is not expected to lead to sufficiently long term reductions in pollution such that the exceedances of the legal limits of nitrogen dioxide will not occur without implementing a Clean Air Zone.

 

6.     That it be noted that the GM CAP final plan will be brought forward for decision makers as soon as is reasonably practicable and no later than summer 2021.

 

7.     That it be noted that the outputs of the MLS will be reported alongside the GM CAP as soon as is reasonably practicable and no later than summer 2021.

 

8.     That the establishment be agreed of joint committees for the purposes as set out in the report at paragraph 9.5 with specific terms of reference, as set out in Appendix 6.

 

9.     That the Executive Member for Environmental and Regulatory Services be appointed to sit on both committees for purposes as set out in the report at paragraph 9.5 with specific terms of reference, as set out in Appendix 6.

 

10.  That it be agreed to enter into a collaboration agreement with the other 9 GM local authorities and GMCA/TfGM to clarify the rights, responsibilities and obligations of the authorities in relation to those contracts set out in Appendix 2 to the report that are required to maintain delivery momentum in line with JAQU funding agreements.

 

11.  That authority be delegated to the Corporate Director for Place, in consultation with the Corporate Director for Governance and Community Strategy, to agree the final form of the collaboration agreement.

 

12.  That authority be delegated to the Corporate Director for Place to approve the award of the contracts set out in Appendix 2 to the report (subject to government funding) that are required to implement a charging Clean Air Zone in Spring 2022 to ensure the achievement of Nitrogen Dioxide compliance in the shortest possible time and by 2024 at the latest as required by the Ministerial Direction.

 

13.  That authority be delegated to the Corporate Director for Governance and Community Strategy to enter into the agreement and contracts referred to in 11. and 12 on the terms set out  ...  view the full decision text for item 10.

11.

CORPORATE PLAN 2020/21 QUARTER 3 pdf icon PDF 350 KB

To consider a report of the Executive Member for Covid-19 Recovery and Reform.

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URGENT BUSINESS (IF ANY)

Any other item or items which by reason of:-

 

(a)       Regulation 11 of the Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Meetings and Access to Information) (England) Regulations 2012, the Chairman of the meeting, with the agreement of the relevant Overview and Scrutiny Committee Chairman, is of the opinion should be considered at this meeting as a matter of urgency as it relates to a key decision; or

 

(b)       special circumstances (to be specified) the Chairman of the meeting is of the opinion should be considered at this meeting as a matter of urgency.