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Agenda

Venue: Committee Room A, Town Hall, Blackpool

Contact: Lennox Beattie  Executive and Regulatory Manager

Items
Note No. Item

1.

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

Members are asked to declare any interests in the items under consideration and in doing so state:

 

(1) the type of interest concerned either a

 

(a)   personal interest

(b)   prejudicial interest

(c)    disclosable pecuniary interest (DPI)

 

and

 

(2) the nature of the interest concerned

 

If any member requires advice on declarations of interests, they are advised to contact the Head of Democratic Governance in advance of the meeting.

2.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FRAMEWORK pdf icon PDF 475 KB

To consider the newly developed Community Engagement Framework, coproduced across departments, stakeholders, members and residents.

 

Additional documents:

3.

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE MONITORING AS AT MONTH 4 2022/23 AND MEDIUM TERM FINANCIAL PLAN 2023/24 - 2026/27 pdf icon PDF 472 KB

To report the level of spending and exposure against the Council’s Revenue budgets and reserves and balances for the first 4 months to 31 July 2022.  The report also includes an update on the Medium Term Financial Plan 2023/24 – 2026/27.

 

Additional documents:

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4.

DISPOSAL OF LAND NORTH OF BLACKPOOL TOWN CENTRE

This report and appendix is currently exempt from publication by virtue of Paragraph 3 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972. It is considered on balance that the public interest would not be served by publishing information at this stage as this information would undermine the Council’s position in future negotiations and could risk the scheme not being able to proceed.

 

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5.

INVESTMENT IN TOWN CENTRE

This report and appendix is currently exempt from publication by virtue of Paragraph 3 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972. It is considered on balance that the public interest would not be served by publishing information at this stage as this information would undermine the Council’s position in future negotiations and could risk the scheme not being able to proceed.