Agenda and minutes

Appeals Committee
Monday 3 June 2013 1.00 pm

Venue: Meeting Room 1&2 - Shire Hall, Gloucester. View directions

Contact: Alison Wantenaar 

Items
No. Item

1.

Election of Chairperson

To elect a chairperson for the meeting.

Minutes:

There being only one nomination, Cllr Robert Vines was elected Chairperson. It was therefore

 

RESOLVED

 

That Cllr Vines act as Chairperson for the remainder of the ensuing year

2.

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To approve the minutes of the meeting held on 18 January 2012.

Minutes:

RESOLVED

 

That the minutes of the meeting held on 18 January 2012 be approved as a correct record.

3.

Public Questions

To answer any written questions about matters which are within the power and duty of the Committee. The closing date and time for the receipt of questions is 5pm on Friday 24th May 2013.

 

To answer additional oral questions(s) put by members of the public asking written questions.

Depending on the nature of the questions asked, it may not be possible to provide a comprehensive answer at the meeting, in which case a written answer will be supplied as soon as reasonably possible after the meeting.

Minutes:

No public questions were received.

4.

Members' Questions

To answer any written members’ questions. The closing time and date for the receipt of questions is 5pm on Friday 24th May 2013.

Minutes:

No members’ questions were received.

5.

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To note the Authority’s statutory duties and determine the make-up of panels, in particular those in respect of home to school transport.

Minutes:

The remit of the committee was noted as set out in the report provided. It was agreed that panels in respect of home to school transport and other appeals when required should be made up of three elected members.

 

It was also agreed that wherever possible, subject to availability, panels should include members of both genders.

 

RESOLVED

 

That the remit of the committee be noted and that all Appeal Panels will consist of three elected members to hear individual appeals.