Manchester City Council

Agenda and minutes

Agenda and minutes

Council
Wednesday, 27th March, 2019 10.00 am

Venue: The Council Chamber, Level 2, Town Hall Extension

Contact: Donald Connolly 

Webcast: View the webcast

Items
No. Item

19.

The Lord Mayor's Special Business - Minute Silence - Killings in Christchurch, New Zealand

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The Lord Mayor invited Mr Anthony Greystone to address the Council regarding events following the killing of 49 innocent people in Christchurch, New Zealand.

 

The Lord Mayor then invited those present to stand for a minute silence in memory of the lives lost.

20.

Lord Mayor's Special Business - Retiring Members

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The Lord Mayor informed the Council that four Councillors would not be seeking re-election in May 2019 and thanked them for their contribution to the Council and the residents they represent. The Councillors not seeking re-election were:

 

Councillor Hugh Barrett

Councillor Julie Connolly

Councillor Chris Paul

Councillor Mavis Smitheman

 

The Lord Mayor made reference to the length service of Councillor Smitheman and her term as Lord Mayor in 2008/2009.

 

The Lord Mayor also informed the Council that Councillor Hugh Barratt had served as a Manchester Councillor for 50 years, having been elected in 1968. In recognition of this achievement and his long service to the residents of Manchester, the Lord Mayor presented Councillor Barratt with a gift and invited him to address the Council.

21.

Lord Mayor's Special Business - Member Resignation

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The Lord Mayor informed the Council that Grace Fletcher-Hackwood had resigned her position as Councillor for Fallowfield Ward. The Lord Mayor thanked Ms Fletcher-Hackwood for her service as a Councillor and wished her well for her future.

22.

Lord Mayor's Special Business - Our Manchester Presentation

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The Lord Mayor introduced the Manchester residents who had attended the meeting to address the Council. The Council was addressed by:

 

Karen Harrison from Bridging the Gap (Manchester – South Central Foodbank);

Patricia Wells and Wendy Steele from Gateway Debt Advice (Collyhurst);

Jamie Richardson (Didsbury Park Homewatch Scheme); and

Jo Walby (Chief Executive - Mustard Tree).

 

The Lord Mayor thanked the representatives for their attendance.

 

The Lord Mayor adjourned the meeting at 11.10am

 

The meeting resumed at 11:30am)

23.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 1 MB

To submit for approval and signature the minutes of the meeting held on 8 March 2019.

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Decision

 

To agree the minutes of the meeting of the Council held on 8 March 2019 as a correct record.

24.

Motion without notice - Change of Order of Business

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Minutes:

The Leader of the Council moved a motion without notice to change the order of the Council business (Council Procedure Rule 19.1(c)), to allow the Notices of Motion on: “Public Health Funding”; and “Intentional Homelessness” to be brought forward on the agenda, to be considered as the items before the Proceedings of the Executive.

 

Resolution

 

The motion was put to Council and voted on, and the Lord Mayor declared that it was carried.

 

Decision

That the order of business be changed and the two Notices of Motion: “Public Health Funding”; and “Intentional Homelessness” be brought forward for consideration before the proceedings of the Executive.

25.

Notice of Motion - Public Health Funding

The public health grant funds vital services and functions that prevent ill health and contribute to the future sustainability of the NHS. Local authorities are responsible for delivering most of these services, but their ability to do so is compromised by public health grant reductions and the broader funding climate.

 

In 2018/19 and 2019/20 every local authority will have less to spend on public health than the year before. Taking funds away from prevention is a false economy. Without proper investment in public health people suffer, demand on local health services increases and the economy suffers. Poor public health costs local businesses heavily through sick days and lost productivity. Unless we restore public health funding, our health and care system will remain locked in a ‘treatment’ approach, which is neither economically viable nor protects the health of residents.

 

The Government is looking to phase out the Public Health Grant by 2020/21. Thereafter, they plan to fund public health via 75% business rates retention. Whatever the model, it is vital that local authorities have enough funding to deliver the functions and services they need to provide. Deprived areas often suffer the worst health outcomes, so it is also vital that areas with the greatest need receive sufficient funding to meet their local challenges.

 

This Council notes that around four in ten cancers are preventable, largely through avoidable risk factors, such as stopping smoking, keeping a healthy weight and cutting back on alcohol. Smoking accounts for 80,000 early deaths every year and remains the largest preventable cause of cancer in the world. Smoking-related ill health costs local authorities £760 million every year in social care costs. Additionally, obesity and alcohol account for 30,000 and 7,000 early deaths each year respectively. All three increase the risk of: cancer, diabetes, lung and heart conditions, poor mental health and create a subsequent burden on health and social care.

 

This Council believes that the impact of cuts to public health on our communities is becoming difficult to ignore. This case becomes more pressing given the Government’s consideration of a 10-year plan for the NHS. For this reason, we support Cancer Research UK’s call for increased and sustainable public health funding. 

 

This Council calls on the Government to deliver increased investment in public health and to support a sustainable health and social care system by taking a ‘prevention first’ approach. In turn, Manchester City Council will continue to support and fund public health initiatives to the best of our abilities -to prevent ill-health, reduce inequalities and support a health and social care system that is fit for the future.

 

Proposed by Councillor T Judge, seconded by Councillor Wilson and also signed by Councillors K Simcock, Raikes, Cooley, B Priest and Kirkpatrick

 

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Minutes:

Motion proposed and seconded:

 

The public health grant funds vital services and functions that prevent ill health and contribute to the future sustainability of the NHS. Local authorities are responsible for delivering most of these services, but their ability to do so is compromised by public health grant reductions and the broader funding climate.

 

In 2018/19 and 2019/20 every local authority will have less to spend on public health than the year before. Taking funds away from prevention is a false economy. Without proper investment in public health people suffer, demand on local health services increases and the economy suffers. Poor public health costs local businesses heavily through sick days and lost productivity. Unless we restore public health funding, our health and care system will remain locked in a ‘treatment’ approach, which is neither economically viable nor protects the health of residents.

 

The Government is looking to phase out the Public Health Grant by 2020/21. Thereafter, they plan to fund public health via 75% business rates retention. Whatever the model, it is vital that local authorities have enough funding to deliver the functions and services they need to provide. Deprived areas often suffer the worst health outcomes, so it is also vital that areas with the greatest need receive sufficient funding to meet their local challenges.

 

This Council notes that around four in ten cancers are preventable, largely through avoidable risk factors, such as stopping smoking, keeping a healthy weight and cutting back on alcohol. Smoking accounts for 80,000 early deaths every year and remains the largest preventable cause of cancer in the world. Smoking-related ill health costs local authorities £760 million every year in social care costs. Additionally, obesity and alcohol account for 30,000 and 7,000 early deaths each year respectively. All three increase the risk of: cancer, diabetes, lung and heart conditions, poor mental health and create a subsequent burden on health and social care.

 

This Council believes that the impact of cuts to public health on our communities is becoming difficult to ignore. This case becomes more pressing given the Government’s consideration of a 10-year plan for the NHS. For this reason, we support Cancer Research UK’s call for increased and sustainable public health funding. 

 

This Council calls on the Government to deliver increased investment in public health and to support a sustainable health and social care system by taking a ‘prevention first’ approach. In turn, Manchester City Council will continue to support and fund public health initiatives to the best of our abilities to prevent ill-health, reduce inequalities and support a health and social care system that is fit for the future.

 

Resolution

 

The motion was put to Council and voted on and the Lord Mayor declared that is was carried unanimously.

 

Decision

 

The public health grant funds vital services and functions that prevent ill health and contribute to the future sustainability of the NHS. Local authorities are responsible for delivering most of these services, but their ability to do so is compromised by  ...  view the full minutes text for item 25.

26.

Notice of Motion - Intentional Homelessness

As a Council we have a responsibility to look after children and young people who come into our care. This responsibility does not stop when these young people leave care it continues through until they turn 25.

 

Currently if a care leaver presents as homeless to this council they can still be deemed intentionally homeless. We know our young people often face extensive challenges for a variety of reasons and sometimes need extra support to assist them to transition to adulthood.

 

These are Our Young people and we have a duty to support them as their corporate parents. This involves supporting them through their mistakes and providing guidance to help them make more positive choices in the future. This task is made more difficult if the young person is deemed intentionally homeless as this can lead to them losing touch with services.

 

In Manchester we are developing the homelessness pathway for all young people across the city. This is designed to support young people and prevent homelessness in the first place. We are however aware that sometimes people slip through the net.

 

This Council will

 

1)    Ensure effective and appropriate support is available through personal advisors to our young people and that this support is effectively communicated to the young people

2)    Take a clear stance and change policy to ensure that no care leavers are classed as intentionally homeless, and are always supported back into accommodation.

 

Proposed by Councillor S Judge, Seconded by Councillor Taylor, and also signed by Councillors Midgley, Sheikh, Richards and Bridges

 

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Minutes:

Motion proposed and seconded:

 

As a Council we have a responsibility to look after children and young people who come into our care. This responsibility does not stop when these young people leave care it continues through until they turn 25.

 

Currently if a care leaver presents as homeless to this council they can still be deemed intentionally homeless. We know our young people often face extensive challenges for a variety of reasons and sometimes need extra support to assist them to transition to adulthood.

 

These are Our Young people and we have a duty to support them as their corporate parents. This involves supporting them through their mistakes and providing guidance to help them make more positive choices in the future. This task is made more difficult if the young person is deemed intentionally homeless as this can lead to them losing touch with services.

 

In Manchester we are developing the homelessness pathway for all young people across the city. This is designed to support young people and prevent homelessness in the first place. We are however aware that sometimes people slip through the net.

 

This Council will

 

1)    Ensure effective and appropriate support is available through personal advisors to our young people and that this support is effectively communicated to the young people

2)    Take a clear stance and change policy to ensure that no care leavers are classed as intentionally homeless, and are always supported back into accommodation.

 

Resolution

 

The motion was put to Council and voted on and the Lord Mayor declared that is was carried unanimously.

 

Decision

 

As a Council we have a responsibility to look after children and young people who come into our care. This responsibility does not stop when these young people leave care it continues through until they turn 25.

Currently if a care leaver presents as homeless to this council they can still be deemed intentionally homeless. We know our young people often face extensive challenges for a variety of reasons and sometimes need extra support to assist them to transition to adulthood.

 

These are Our Young people and we have a duty to support them as their corporate parents. This involves supporting them through their mistakes and providing guidance to help them make more positive choices in the future. This task is made more difficult if the young person is deemed intentionally homeless as this can lead to them losing touch with services.

 

In Manchester we are developing the homelessness pathway for all young people across the city. This is designed to support young people and prevent homelessness in the first place. We are however aware that sometimes people slip through the net.

 

This Council will

 

1)    Ensure effective and appropriate support is available through personal advisors to our young people and that this support is effectively communicated to the young people

2)    Make a clear stance and change policy to ensure that no care leavers are classed as intentionally homeless, and are always supported back into accommodation.  ...  view the full minutes text for item 26.

27.

Proceedings of the Executive pdf icon PDF 354 KB

To submit the part proceedings of the meeting on 13 February and the minutes of the meeting held on 13 March 2019 (to follow) and in particular to consider:

 

Exe/19/10        Capital Programme Monitoring 2018/19

 

To recommend that the Council approve the virements over £0.5m between capital schemes to maximise use of funding resources available to the City Council set out in the appendix to these minutes.

 

Exe/19/31      Capital Programme Update

 

To recommend that the Council approve the following changes to Manchester City Council’s capital programme:

 

(a)       ICT – End User Experience. A capital budget allocation and transfer of £4.193m from the ICT Investment Plan budget is requested, funded by borrowing.

(b)       ICT – Wi-Fi Business Case. A capital budget allocation and transfer of £1.468m from the ICT Investment Plan budget is requested, funded by borrowing.

 

Exe/19/32        Relocation of Leaving Care Services to Seymour Road

 

To recommend that the Council approve a capital allocation of up to £1.2m to cover any unforeseen costs, funded by prudential borrowing; and

 

To recommend that the Council delegate authority to Deputy Chief Executive and City Treasurer, in consultation with Executive Member for Finance and Human Resources, to set the final budget for the project, the capital allocation and the borrowing.

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Minutes:

The proceedings of the Executive on 13 February and 13 March 2019 were submitted. The Council was asked to give particular consideration to the following recommendations:

 

Exe/19/10 Capital Programme -Council to approve the virements over £0.5m between capital schemes to maximise use of funding resources available to the City Council set out in the appendix to these minutes.

 

Exe/19/31Capital Programme Update - Council to approve the following changes to the Council’s capital programme:

 

(a)       ICT – End User Experience. A capital budget allocation and transfer of £4.193m from the ICT Investment Plan budget is requested, funded by borrowing.

 

(b)       ICT – Wi-Fi Business Case. A capital budget allocation and transfer of £1.468m from the ICT Investment Plan budget, funded by borrowing.

 

Exe/19/32        Relocation of Leaving Care Services to Seymour Road

 

Council to approve a capital allocation of up to £1.2m to cover any unforeseen costs, funded by prudential borrowing.

            Council to delegate authority to Deputy Chief Executive and City Treasurer, in consultation with Executive Member for Finance and Human Resources, to set the final budget for the project, the capital allocation and the borrowing.

 

Decisions

 

1.            To receive the minutes of the Executive held on 13 February and 13 March 2019.

 

2.            To approve the virements over £0.5m between capital schemes to maximise use of funding resources available to the City Council set out in the appendix to these minutes.

 

3.               To approve the following changes to the Council’s capital programme:

 

·          ICT – End User Experience. A capital budget allocation and transfer of £4.193m from the ICT Investment Plan budget is requested, funded by borrowing.

·          ICT – Wi-Fi Business Case. A capital budget allocation and transfer of £1.468m from the ICT Investment Plan budget, funded by borrowing.

 

4.            To approve a capital allocation of up to £1.2m to cover any unforeseen costs, funded by prudential borrowing.

 

5.            To delegate authority to Deputy Chief Executive and City Treasurer, in consultation with Executive Member for Finance and Human Resources, to set the final budget for the project, the capital allocation and the borrowing.

28.

Questions to Executive Members under Procedural Rule 23

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Councillor N Murphy responded to a question from Councillor Wills regarding the tackling of anti-social behaviour in the areas of Withington, Ladybarn and South East Fallowfield.

 

Councillor Stogia responded to a question from Councillor Ellison regarding the spend on projects as part of the Council’s £100 million highways investment programme.

 

Councillor Leese responded to a question from Councillor Leech regarding support for a People’s Vote.

 

Councillor Stogia provided a response to a question from Councillor Leech regarding arrangements to complete works to the Manchester and Salford Inner Relief Route.

 

Councillor Leese responded to a question from Councillor Leech regarding safeguarding to ensure legitimacy of major developments in the city.

 

Councillor Leese responded to a question from Councillor Leech regarding Freedom of Information requests to the Council.

 

Councillor Akbar responded to a question from Councillor Leech regarding the use of CCTV to gather evidence of fly-tipping.

 

Councillor Stogia responded to a question from Councillor Leech regarding prosecutions resulting from the cutting down of protected trees.

 

Councillor Richards replied to a question from Councillor Kilpatrick regarding the building of affordable housing in the city.

 

Councillor Stogia responded to a question from Councillor Kilpatrick regarding an update on the Christie Parking Zone extension.

 

Councillor Richards responded to a question from Councillor Kilpatrick regarding an update on Aluminium Composite Material cladding on residential buildings.

 

Councillor N Murphy responded to a question from Councillor Kilpatrick regarding the proposed Public Spaces Protection Order.

29.

Scrutiny Committees pdf icon PDF 387 KB

To note the minutes of the following committees:

 

            Health – 5 February and 5 March 2019

Children and Young People – 5 February and 5 March 2019

Neighbourhoods and Environment – 6 February and 6 March 2019

Economy – 6 February and 6 March 2019  (to follow)

Communities and Equalities – 7 February and 7 March  2019 (to follow)

Resources and Governance – 7 February and 7 March 2019 (to follow)

 

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Minutes:

The minutes of the following Scrutiny Committee meetings were submitted:

 

Health– 5 February and 5 March 2019

Children and Young People – 5 February and 5 March 2019

Neighbourhoods and Environment – 6 February and 6 March 2019

Economy– 6 February and 6 March 2019

Communities and Equalities – 7 February and 7 March 2019

Resources and Governance – 7 February and 7 March 2019

 

Decision

 

To receive those minutes.

 

30.

Proceedings of Committees pdf icon PDF 113 KB

To submit for approval the minutes of the following meetings and consider recommendations made by the committee:

 

Audit Committee – 11 February and 11 March 2019 (to follow)

Constitutional and Nomination 27 May 2019 (to be tabled)

Health and Wellbeing Board – 20 March 2019 (to follow)

Licensing Committee – 4 March 2019

Licensing and Appeals Committee – 4 March 2019

Planning and Highways Committee – 14 February and 14 March 2019 (to follow)

Standards Committee – 21 March 2019 (to follow)

 

Personnel Committee – 13 February and 13 March 2019 (to follow) and in particular to consider:

 

PE/19/08        Senior Management Arrangements for the Homelessness Service

 

To recommend to Council that the Director of Homelessness Services post is remunerated at Grade SS4 (£94,072 - £103,863).

 

PE/19/11        Pay Policy Statement 2019/20

 

To note the organisations Pay and Grading Structure for the financial year 2019/20 (appended to the Pay Policy Statement) and recommend it for Council approval.

 

PE/19/12        Director of ICT

 

To recommend that Council approves the post of Director of ICT be recruited to at Grade SS4 (£94,072 - £103,863) increasing to £95,953 - £105,940 from 1 April 2019 with an additional market rate supplement of up to £30,000, subject to the stipulated review processes after 18 months.

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Minutes:

The minutes of the following meetings were submitted:

 

Audit Committee – 11 February and 11 March 2019

Health and Wellbeing Board – 20 March 2019

Licensing Committee – 4 March 2019

Licensing and Appeals Committee – 4 March 2019

Planning and Highways Committee – 14 February and 14 March 2019

Standards Committee – 21 March 2019

Personnel Committee – 13 February and 13 March 2019

Constitutional and Nomination Committee – 27 March 2019

 

The Council was asked to give particular consideration to the following recommendations:

Personnel Committee 13 February 2019

 

PE/19/08 Senior Management Arrangements for the Homelessness Service

 

Council to approve that the Director of Homelessness Services post is remunerated at Grade SS4 (£94,072 - £103,863).

 

Personnel Committee 13 March 2019

 

PE/19/011 Pay Policy Statement 2019/20

 

Council to approve the organisation’s Pay and Grading Structure for the financial year 2019/20, as appended to the Pay Policy Statement.

 

PE/19/12 Director of ICT

 

Council to approve the post of Director of ICT be recruited to at Grade SS4 (£94,072 - £103,863) increasing to £95,953 - £105,940 from 1 April 2019 with an additional market rate supplement of up to £30,000, subject to the stipulated review processes after 18 months.           

 

Decisions

 

1.            To receive those minutes.

 

2.            To approve the Director of Homelessness Services post is remunerated at Grade SS4 (£94,072 - £103,863).

 

3.            Council to approve the organisation’s Pay and Grading Structure for the financial year 2019/20, as appended to the Pay Policy Statement.

 

4.            to approve the post of Director of ICT be recruited to at Grade SS4 (£94,072 - £103,863) increasing to £95,953 - £105,940 from 1 April 2019 with an additional market rate supplement of up to £30,000, subject to the stipulated review processes after 18 months.

 

5.            To note that minute ST/19/02 from the Standards Committee (21 March 2019) will be directed for consideration to the next meeting of the Constitutional and Nomination Committee on 15 May 2019.



(Councillor Shaukat Ali declared a personal interest under minute LAP/19/32 (Taxi Compliance Update Report) Licensing and Appeals Committee 4 March 2019, for the reason that he has a Hackney Carriage Licence.)

31.

Business of the Combined Authority, Joint Authorities and Joint Committees

To receive answers to any questions raised in accordance with Procedural Rule 24 on the business of: (a) the Greater Manchester Combined Authority, (b) the Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority, and (c) any other joint authority.

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Minutes:

The Lord Mayor reported that no questions had been received regarding business of the Combined Authority, Joint Authorities and Joint Committees.

32.

Key Decisions Report pdf icon PDF 114 KB

The report of the City Solicitor is enclosed.

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Minutes:

The Council considered the report of the City Solicitor on key decisions that had been exempted from call-in.

 

Decision

 

To note the report.

33.

Appendix

Additional documents:

Minutes:

Appendix to Minute Exe/19/10 – Proposed Capital Virements

 

Proposed Capital Virements

£m

2018/19 Virement

2019/20 Virement

2020/21 Virement

2021/22 Virement

Highways

 

 

 

 

Highways Stand Alone Projects

 

 

 

 

Public Realm

 175

557

 

 

Hostile Vehicles Mitigation Measures

-175

-89

 

 

Automatic Bollard Replacement

 

-468

 

 

Drainage

 

184

 

 

Other Improvement works

 

-184

 

 

Total Highways

0

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

Private Sector Housing

 

 

 

 

Collyhurst Regeneration

 

 

-505

-565

Collyhurst Acquisition & Demolition (Overbrook & Needwood Close)

 

 

505

565

Total Private Sector

0

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

Public Sector Housing

 

 

 

 

01.00 Northwards - External Work

 

 

 

 

Environmental improvements Moston corolites

 87

 

 

Charlestown - Victoria Ave multi-storey replacement door entry systems

-19

 -182

 3,480

 

Electricity North West distribution network phase 4 (various)

-122

 -163

 

 

External cyclical works phase 3a

 

-10

 

 

External cyclical works phase 3b Ancoats Smithfields estate

 

10

 

 

Delivery Costs

 

220

-125

 

Replacement door entry Clifford Lamb Ct and Monsall multi storey blocks

 

-95

 

 

02.00 Northwards - Internal Work

 

 

 

 

Decent Homes mop ups phase 9 and decent homes work required to voids

27

 

 -27

 

Collyhurst - Rainwater pipes/guttering rectification work

-141

 -85

 

 

Boiler replacement programme

-75

 -246

 261

 

Kitchen and Bathrooms programme

-2,107

 -1,224

 34

 

Aldbourne Court/George Halstead Court/Duncan Edwards Court works

 

81

 

 

Harpurhey - Monsall Multi Internal Works

 

2,385

85

 

Fire precautions multi storey blocks

-676

 -746

 -500

 

Installations of sprinkler systems - multi storey blocks

-2,000

 -2,779

 

 

Various - Bradford/Clifford Lamb/Kingsbridge/Sandyhill Court Internal Works

 

2,471

108

 

Collyhurst - Mossbrook/Roach/Vauxhall/Humphries Court Internal Works

 

2,791

106

 

Replacement of Prepayment Meters in High Rise Blocks

-58

 -694

 20

 

Delivery Costs

 

265

23

 

05.00 Northwards - Off Debits/Conversions

 

 

 

Bringing Studio Apartments back in use

-57

 -78

 

 

Delivery Costs

 

-12

 

 

06.00 Homeless Accommodation

 

 

 

 

Delivery Costs

 

19

19

 

12.00 Northwards - Acquisitions

 

 

 

Northwards Acquisitions

32

 

 

 

Stock Acquisitions

-32

 

 

 

14.00 Northwards - Adaptations

 

 

 

 

Northwards Housing Programme

5,141

-1,928

-3,484

 

Total Public Sector Housing (HRA)

0

0

0

0

 

 

 

 

 

Children's Services

 

 

 

 

Basic Need

 

 

 

 

Cheetham Academy

-14

 

 

 

Cavendish Community - Increase capacity

-266

 

 

 

Ashbury Meadow - Increase capacity

-71

 

 

 

E-Act Academy - increase capacity

-11

 

 

 

Claremont - Increase capacity

-71

 

 

 

Briscoe Lane Academy

-23

 

 

 

Manchester Communication Primary Academy

-224

 

 

 

Dean Trust Ardwick

4

 

 

 

United Learning Trust - William Hulme

47

 

 

 

Lytham Rd

-143

 

 

 

Co-op Academy expansion

270

 

 

 

St Matthews RC

-172

 

 

 

Beaver Rd Primary Expansion

-14

 

 

 

Lily Lane Primary

-305

 

 

 

St. James Primary Academy

-57

 

 

 

Crossacres Primary School

-17

 

 

 

Ringway Primary School

-166

 

 

 

Webster Primary School

-49

 

 

 

St. Chrysostom's Primary School

160

 

 

 

Camberwell Park Specialist School

65

 

 

 

Piper Hill Special School

224

 

 

 

SEND Programme

 

8,365

15,150

 

Basic need - unallocated funds

833

 -8,365

-15,150

 

Schools Maintenance

 

 

 

 

Abraham Moss - Hall Heating

-4

 

 

 

Moston Lane - re-roof

-338

 

 

 

ChorltonCofE Primary Rewire

1

 

 

 

Wilbraham Primary Roof

19

 

 

 

Abbott Primary School Fencing

-15

 

 

 

Pike Fold Community Primary - Ground Stabilisation - Survey artificial play area

1

 

 

 

Charlestown Primary Defects

-14

 

 

 

All Saints Primary School

-1

 

 

 

Collyhurst Nursery School

2

 

 

 

Armitage CE Primary

3

 

 

 

Higher Openshaw Community School - Renew Boiler

-25

 

 

 

Crowcroft Park Primary School - Roof Repairs

-9

 

 

 

Abbot Community Primary - Ext Joinery Repair

-14

 

 

 

St Mary's - Joinery Repairs  ...  view the full minutes text for item 33.