Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

Big plans, bright future

View Cabinet Decision Record

Cabinet Decision: 22nd February 2007
Title of Item/Report
Review of MTFP and Budget 07/08
Record of the Decision
In order to record this decision adequately it was necessary to include lengthy tables of information. Inclusion of such tables currently causes format problems within the e-genda system and because of this it is not possible to reproduce this decision/ minute on e genda in the usual way.

However a word version of the minutes of the meeting are attached under this item or on the link detailed at the bottom of this Decision Record. If you have any problems accessing these minutes or wish to view the Decision Record please contact Demoratic Services Tel 01642 528173.
Reasons for the Decision
To allow final decisions on financial/taxation policy to be taken prior to the statutory deadline of 11 March 2007 and to allow the continued development of the Authority and its partnerships through effective management of the Authority and its resources
Alternative Options Considered and Rejected
See report
Declared (Cabinet Member) Conflicts of Interest
Councillor Mrs Cains declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in respect of the item entitled Review of the Medium Term Financial Plan and Budget 2007/08 as she was a Governor of Roseworth and Redbrook Schools; a Governor of a school affected by Building Schools for the Future and she was a Trustee of the George Hardwick Foundation that managed the Carers' Resource Centre in Stockton.

Councillor Mrs O'Donnell declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in the item entitled Review of the Medium Term Financial Plan and Budget 2007/08 as she was eligible to receive free bus travel under the Travel Scheme.

Councillor Cook declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in the item entitled Review of the Medium Term Financial Plan and Budget 2007/08 as he was the Governor of a school affected by Building Schools for the Future.

Councillor Leonard declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in the item entitled Review of the Medium Term Financial Plan and Budget 2007/08 as he was a Governor of Roseworth School and a Member of Tristar Homes Limited Management Board.

Councillor Coleman declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in the item entitled Review of the Medium Term Financial Plan and Budget 2007/08 as he was a Governor of Mill Lane School.

Councillor Nelson declared a personal/non prejudicial interest in the item entitled Review of the Medium Term Financial Plan and Budget 2007/08 as he was a Member of Tristar Homes Limited Management Board.
Details of any Dispensations
None.
Date and Time by which Call In must be executed
Not applicable
Attachment

Date of Publication: 23 February 2007


Can't find it

Can't find what you're looking for? Let us know and we'll do our best to point you in the right direction