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Meeting Details

23 Feb 2016 - 19:00 to 22:00
  • Documents
  • Attendance
  • Declarations of Interests
  • Visitors



Standard Items
1 Apologies for Absence
Apologies were received from Councillors, Khan, Mason, Ahmed - Shaikh and Walker.
2 Urgent Matters
Any urgent matters arising since the despatch of the agenda that the Mayor has agreed should be considered at the meeting.
Councillor Gordon moved under rule 12.8 that for  item 12A rule 14.5 should be suspended to allow the mover and two other speakers to talk for a maximum of 10 minutes and three others for 5 minutes
Councillor Roz Reece seconded the procedural motion.

It was agreed.

The Mayor stated that she intended to take item 12B (appointment of new Chief Executive) directly after item 6.
3 Declarations of Interest
To note any declarations of interest made by members
Councillor Young declared an interest as he purchases trade waste from the Council.
Councillors Sharma and  Summer declared an interest as they each lease an allotment from the Council.
Councillor Mahfouz declared that his spouse works for the Council.
4 Matters to be Considered in Private
There were none.
5 Minutes
To approve as a correct record the minutes of the meetings held on 8th December 2015 and  5th January 2016
The minutes of both meetings were agreed.
6 Mayor's Announcements
The mayor first stated that she had been blessed with a new grandchild Rajvi, born in December.
She then congratulated Councillor Blacker on the birth of his daughter, Beatrix Florence on 1st February.
Finally the Mayor noted that the meeting was Martin Smith's last Council meeting and thanked him both for his work for the Borough and his support for her.
9 Questions from Members of the Public
Submitted under Council and Committee Procedure Rule 9. To consider any questions from members of the public, due notice having been received.
9. Questions from Members of the Public

a) Mr B Davies of Parkers Bakery Northfields Avenue W5 asked Councillor Mahfouz

“I am the owner of Parkers Bakery in Northfield Avenue and there was much concern by shop and business owners, as well as many customers (residents), about the plan to impose, without consultation, a plan to restrict non Ealing residents to a mere 10 minutes in the borough's Stop and Shop bays. This would inevitably result in discouraging many 'out of Ealing' customers to drive on elsewhere where parking was not restricted with no fear of being penalised by Parking Services. A petition was organised and in the first week, in my shop alone, attracted 440 signatures against the scheme.
It was reported that Pitshanger Lane was to be excluded from the scheme and my local Ward Councillors failed to offer any reason for this discriminatory anomaly, only that the Council had calculated within the budget that you would make £75,000 from the privatised scheme with Ringo. When Cllr Conlan finally responded he referred to a “review” of Stop & Shop Parking. Indeed you wrote on the Ealing Labour web site on 2 February "I am launching a review of our parking arrangements in town centres and around shopping parades, engaging with traders and businesses, to look into how they can work better for everyone."
What is the status of this review? Can you please include me in this review?”

Councillor Mahfouz responded

We will make sure yourself and other traders are included in that review. We always knew that it was something that would not be rolled out in every area. We have listened and acted. This shows we are a listening council.

We will continue that listening exercise by engaging businesses, shoppers and residents to help us with what follows in our review. We hear from residents and shoppers who complain about abuse of such bays which means either a constant battle or lack of available spaces which means genuine shoppers move on.

Second issue is this lack of flexibility in many areas where the 30 min does not allow those who want to spend longer in the café, restaurant or hairdressers who may wish to. The aim of this review will be to seek the best solution to these issues and introduce it.

Mr Davies asked a supplementary question and Councillor Mahfouz responded.

b) Mr David Hunt of ECIL W13

“In view of the council’s commitment to fully fund the cost of Adult Social Care from within its budget, does the council intend to take forward its proposals to make savings by cutting disabled people’s care packages, as set out in the budget proposals in November?”

Councillor Tailor responded

First of all its important to state, all departments across the council are still required to make savings irrespective of any decision we make tonight. We will continue to meet the costs of those with assessed needs in accordance with the resource allocation system.
Secondly with regard to the specific proposals you refer to:
Budget Proposals concerning Care Placements February 2016
• Developing alternative care options, such as the Shared Live programme, lessening the need for residential care and promoting some self-care where appropriate to reduce overall demand on adult services
This proposal is about demand management. It is about expanding Shared Lives for people with learning disabilities and promoting self-care and community support. This is NOT about cutting disabled people’s care packages.
• Carry out a care needs review of current service provision and tailor care packages accordingly.
This is about reviewing the care needs of eligible people to ensure they are getting the right level of care. Personal Budgets are allocated based on an individual assessment of need for social care services. A personal budget would only be changed (either increased or decreased) if following assessment the person’s needs had changed.
An example of this would be when a person has an injury following an accident, needed a care package and because they had recovered from their injury the care could be reduced following a review.
This is not a change to established policy or procedure in adult social care so no need to complete an EIA.

Mr Hunt asked a supplementary question and Councillor Tailor  responded
10 Questions from Members of the Council
To deal with questions of which notice has been given in accordance with Rule 10 of the Council and Committee Procedure Rules.

1. Councillor Gulaid asked the Portfolio Holder for Transport, Environment & Leisure

“Can the portfolio holder update me on the progress in improving air quality on Horn Lane in particular regarding the recent enforcement action against Hanson’s Concrete?”

Councillor Mahfouz replied

“Significant progress was made during 2015 in further reducing particulate pollution in Horn Lane, to the extent that both daily and annual Air Quality Objectives for PM10 were achieved for the first time since monitoring began in 2005.
This improvement has been sustained into the New Year. Defra has awarded Ealing £87,150 from the 2015/16 Air Quality Grant to support further actions to mitigate PM10 emissions in Horn Lane. The funding will provide additional deep-cleaning and dust suppressant treatment of the carriageway, construction of landscaped areas with species selected for mitigation of air pollution and “no-idling” signage.
Hanson Quarry Products Europe Limited, trading as Hanson Concrete, was sentenced at Uxbridge Magistrates Court on Tuesday 2, February 2016 having previously pleaded guilty to five offences carried out between May 2014 and April 2015. As well a fine of £110,600, they must also pay the council’s costs of £9,286 plus a victim surcharge of £120.
The five charges to which the company pleaded guilty were:
• Contravention of permit condition 6 (immediate cleaning up of spillages)
• Two contraventions of permit condition 8 (no spillage into areas surrounding designated waste areas)
• Dust emitted from the yard surface by a moving vehicle, in contravention of permit condition 3
• Two contraventions of an enforcement notice (two lorries left the site without having had their wheels cleaned)
The recent proceedings have seen the investment by Hanson of £100,000 in new wheelwash equipment for the site and an additional pollution monitor, among other improvements. Officers will continue monitoring to ensure that full compliance with permit conditions is maintained.”

Councillors Gulaid and Seema Kumar asked supplementary questions.

2. Councillor Proud asked the Portfolio Holder for Transport, Environment & Leisure

“How much income is generated annually by Parking Services from the sale of permits that allow the personal car of the carers to visit their disabled and ill patients?”

Councillor Mahfouz replied

“The revenue from carers permits sold to individuals caring for relatives and friends is expected to be around £500.”

Councillors Proud and Raza asked supplementary questions

3. Councillor Ball asked the Deputy Leader, and Portfolio Holder for Community Services and Safety

“How much of the GLA band D precept is spent on providing fire services for Ealing?”

Councillor Dheer replied

“The information requested is outlined within the London Mayor’s Final Draft Consolidated Budget for 2016-17- which is the budget for the coming year and is available on the Greater London Authority’s website.
As outlined within the budget document, the LFEPA share of the Band D GLA council tax requirement is £49.18 out of a total of £276 for all GLA group services. The equivalent LFEPA figure for the current year (2016/17) is £50.85 out of a total of £295. The same proportionate charge is applied to all London boroughs.”

Councillors Ball and Manro asked supplementary questions

4. Councillor Summers asked the Portfolio Holder for Prosperity, Skills & Employment

“Does the portfolio holder agree with me that it is this administration’s commitment to getting business investment and additional jobs has helped us to freeze council tax this year and does he believe this would be at risk if we left the EU?”

Councillor Hynes replied

“I absolutely agree with Cllr Summers. This administration has made local growth a priority. We have welcomed business investment and regeneration and we have built more homes. We understand that Great Britain is a trading nation, with the city of London at its heart with all the benefits and drawbacks that brings. We act when necessary to avert the problems this can lead to with our policies on housing and the living wage.
I cannot believe that so many Conservative MPs and minsters want to turn their backs on the biggest single market in the world; he destination for half the country’s exports and many exports from Ealing.
This morning one of our largest local employers the CEO of Heathrow was in the Times making it clear that we should stay in Europe. They were bemoaning the lack of commitment to the EU from this government. It would be a colossal mistake to leave for this country and it would be a colossal mistake for jobs and growth in Ealing.”

Councillors Summers and G. Stafford asked supplementary questions

5. Councillor Conti asked the Deputy Leader, and Portfolio Holder for Community Services and Safety

“Will the Portfolio Holder please update us on the latest crime figures for the borough?”

Councillor Dheer replied

The Metropolitan Police Service is measured against the MOPAC challenge to reduce neighbourhood crimes by 20% from April 2012 to April 2016. To date, Ealing has achieved a reduction of 27.4% on that challenge. The average reduction across the Metropolitan Police area is 18.5%, making Ealing one of the best reduction achievements in London.
Summary of crime performance figures against the MOPAC dashboard


Number of offences recorded rolling year

% change since 2012 (baseline for MOPAC 7)

Residential burglary



Non-residential burglary


Criminal damage



Business robbery



Personal robbery


Theft of motor vehicle



Theft from motor vehicle



Theft from person



Violence with injury



Knife crime under 25 years



Over the last rolling year, we have seen an increase in recorded violent crime of 9.7%. This is in part due to better recording practices and higher rates of detection - in particular in relation to domestic violence - but also population increase and other factors. However, focussed operations - such as Operation Bottle Top, targeting alcohol related anti-social behaviour - joined up problem solving with the Council, and an effective licensing approach are all having a positive impact.

Councillors Conti and Mohan asked supplementary questions

6. Councillor R. Wall asked The Leader of the Council

“Which London mayoral candidate does the leader think would be best for Ealing?”

Councillor Bell replied

“I believe that Sadiq Khan is offering practical policies that will help solve many of the problems ordinary Londoners face every day. He has plans to freeze fares, build more affordable housing and improve London’s air quality. All of which are key issues for our local residents.
We’ve also talked about from 500,000 jobs that would be at risk if we left the EU. Even Tory home secretaries have stated we are better placed to prevent terrorist attacks if we remain in the EU and work with our European partners. I will personally feel much safer with Sadiq Khan as our mayor.
That is why I look forward to campaigning with Sadiq ahead of the mayoral election and I look forward to him winning on May 5th.”

Councillors R. Wall and A. Stafford asked supplementary questions

7. Councillor Millican asked the Portfolio Holder for Children & Young People

“Why is the Council not considering the third option supported by 5,000 petitioners ahead of its decision to close Heller House?”

Councillor Rai replied

“As stated at last week’s cabinet the ‘third option’ is under consideration as part of the review of the service that was agreed at the meeting”.

Councillors Millican and R. Mann asked supplementary questions
12 Reports from Officers

Councillor Johnson moved the report
Councillor Bell seconded the report and then responded.
Councillor G. Stafford responded
Councillor Steed moved an amendment to the report
Councillor Malcolm seconded the amendment
The amendment read
“Council agrees to the following in relation to this year’s budget and amends the recommendations accordingly:

Revenue alterations

Cost / (Saving)


Increase in the Hardship fund

Cost – ongoing


Investment in the refugee budget

Cost – ongoing


20.0% Councillors' allowance reduction (Basic + SRA)

This will require Council to approve a revised Member’s Allowances Scheme reflecting this reduced level of allowances.

Saving – ongoing


Overall change



“This amendment will help to protect some of our most vulnerable residents and support refugees migrating from Syria.”

Councillor Young responded
Councillor Mahfouz responded
Councillor Malcolm responded
Councillor Dheer responded
Councillor Theresa Mullins responded
Councillor Sabiers responded
Councillor Sumner responded
Councillor Manro responded
Councillor Midha responded
Councillor A. Stafford responded
Councillor Steed summed up
Councillor G. Stafford summed up
Councillor Johnson summed up

After a vote the amendment was lost

A recorded vote was then held on the report

For the report
Councillors Ahmed, Anand, Aslam, Bagha, Bell, Blacker, Byrne, Camadoo, Cogan, Conlan, Crawford, Crawford, Dhami, Dheer, , Dhindsa, Gavan, Gordon, Gulaid, Hynes, Johnson, Jones, Kang, Kelly, Kohli, Mahfouz, Mahmoud, G. Mann, R. Mann, Manro, Martin, McCartan, Midha, Mohan, Murray, Murtagh, Nagpal, Padda, Rai, Raza, Rodgers, Sabiers, Sharma, Shaw, Summers, Tailor, , L. Wall, R. Wall, and Woodroofe,

Against the report
Councillors Ball, Busuttil, Conti, Dabrowska, Seema Kumar, Malcolm, Millican, Joy Morrissey, Theresa Mullins, Proud, Roz Reece, Reen, Stafford, Stafford, Steed Sumner and Young.

The Mayor- Councillor Kaur-Dheer did not vote.
The report was agreed.

1.1.1 Approved the revenue budget for 2016/17 of £255.129m as summarised in Appendix 2.
1.1.2. Approved the refreshed Medium Term Financial Strategy (MTFS) for 2016/17 – 2019/20 (Appendix 0, para 4.10 and Appendix 1).
1.1.3. Considered the advice of the Executive Director of Corporate Resources on the levels of reserves and robustness of estimates in setting the budget as required by Section 25 of the Local Government Act 2003 (Appendix 0, para 5.11).
1.1.4. Noted the financial risks and pressures set out in section 4 and in particular para 4.9 at Appendix 0.
1.1.5. Noted the total savings of £52.745m and the growth of £2.242m approved by Cabinet on 24 November 2015 through the budget review processes for the period of the refreshed MTFS, 2016/17 – 2019/20 (Appendix 0, para 5.2 and 5.4 and Appendices 3a and 3b).
1.1.6. Approved the draft Schools budget of £304.895m and agreed that any changes to the budget reasonably required as a result of the final 2016/17 DSG settlement are delegated for decision to the Executive Director of Children, Adults & Public Health following consultation with the Executive Director of Corporate Resources (Appendix 0, para 5.8).
1.1.7. Noted the MTFS financial projections for 2017/18 to 2019/20 (Appendix 0, para 4.10 and Appendix 1).
1.1.8. Noted that the General Fund balance is scheduled to remain the same at £15.463m for 2016/17 and noted the forecast levels of earmarked reserves including £5.000m added to the social care transformation reserve (Appendix 0, para 5.13 and Appendix 6).
1.1.9. Approved the Parking Account 2016/17 (Appendix 0, para 5.6 and Appendix 4).

1.2. Capital Programme 2016/17 to 2019/20
1.2.1 Approved the new capital projects, totalling £71.403m (Appendix 0, para 5.17 and Appendix 7).
1.2.2. Approved the revised capital programme of £623.277m, as set out in (Appendix 0, para 5.18 and Appendix 8).
1.2.3. Approved the use of underspends from 2014/15 to part fund new capital schemes as set out in Appendix 0, para 5.16.2 and 5.17.
1.2.4. Approved the revised Capital Strategy set out in Appendix 9.
1.3 Treasury Management and Pension Fund
1.3.1. Approved the Treasury Management Strategy including the associated Prudential Indicators and Annual Investment Strategy and as set out in (Appendix 0, para 5.21, Appendix 10, Annexes 3 and 5).
1.3.2. Approved the Treasury Management Policy Statement attached to Appendix 10 as Annex 1;
1.3.3. Noted the Director of Finance will implement the Treasury Management Strategy under existing officer delegated powers set out in Appendix 10 as Annex 2;
1.3.4. Approved the Minimum Revenue Provision (MRP) policy outlined in Appendix 10 as Annex 4;
1.3.5. Noted that the Pension Fund and West London Waste Authority cash is also managed in accordance with the Treasury Management Strategy (2.9 to 2.13 of Appendix 10).
1.4. Council Tax and Business Rates

1.4.1. Noted the GLA Band D precept of £276.00 for 2016/17, a 6.4% reduction compared to the 2015/16 GLA precept (Appendix 0, para 5.9);
1.4.2. Noted that the Executive Director of Corporate Resources calculated under delegated authority in January 2016 the amount of 109,312.13 as the Council Tax Base, (the number of properties in Bands A-H in the Borough, expressed as an equivalent number of Band D units for the year 2016/17) in accordance with regulation 3 of the Local Authorities (Calculation of Council Tax Base) Regulations 1992 (as amended) made under Section 33(5) and 34(4) of the Local Government Finance Act 1992 (Appendix 0, para 5.22.1);
1.4.3. Noted the collection fund position as set out in Appendix 0, para 5.22.2;

1.4.4. Noted the council’s share of the business rates income forecast for 2016/17 at £44.429m agreed under delegated authority by the Executive Director of Corporate Resources (Appendix 0, para 5.23.4).

1.4.5. Approved:
• a Council Tax requirement for the Council’s own purposes of £115.863m
• a basic amount of council tax at Band D for Ealing’s services for 2015/16 of £1,059.93 - a 0% tax increase; and
• an overall Band D council tax of £1,335.93 including the GLA precept.

1.4.6. Agreed the calculations as set out below for 2016/17 that have been prepared in accordance with Sections 31A and 31B of the amended Local Government Finance Act (LGFA) 1992:

Table 1: Section 31A (LGFA 1992 - amended) Calculation




Aggregate of the amounts which the Council estimates for the items set out in Section 31A (2) (a) to (f) of the LGFA 1992






Aggregate of the amounts which the Council estimates for the items set out in Section 31A (3) (a) to (d) of the LGFA 1992







Calculation of the Council Tax requirement under section 31A (4), being the amount by which the sum aggregated at (A) (above) exceeds the aggregate of (B) (above).




Aggregate of the amounts which the Council estimates for the items set out in Section 31A (2) (a) to (f) of the LGFA 1992

Aggregate of the amounts which the Council estimates for the items set out in Section 31A (3) (a) to (d) of the LGFA 1992

Calculation of the Council Tax requirement under section 31A (4), being the amount by which the sum aggregated at (A) (above) exceeds the aggregate of (B) (above).


(A) Is gross expenditure and transfers to reserves.
(B) Is gross income and transfers from reserves. This includes RSG and surpluses transferred from the collection fund.
(C) Is the council tax requirement.

1.4.7. Agreed the calculation of the basic amount of council tax required is as follows, calculated by dividing the council tax requirement by the council tax base for 2016/17 (referred to as Items R and T respectively, in Section 31B of the LGFA 1992 (amended)):
Table 2: Section 31B (LGFA 1992 - amended) Calculation




LB Ealings Council Tax requirement  - (calculation shown in table 1)






Council Tax base for 2016/17






Tax per Band D Property



LB Ealing’s Council Tax requirement - (calculation shown in table 1)

Council Tax base for 2016/17

Tax per Band D Property

1.4.8. Agreed the calculation made in accordance with Section 36 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, the following amounts for Ealing's services in 2016/17 (see Table 3). These being the amounts given by multiplying the amount shown as ‘Tax per Band D Property’ (Table 2 above) by the number which, in the proportion set out in Section 5(1) of the Act, is applicable to dwellings listed in a particular valuation band divided by the number which in that proportion is applicable to dwellings listed in valuation band D, as the amounts to be taken into account for the year in respect of categories of dwellings listed in different valuation bands;

Table 3: Ealing Council tax by band of property



















1.4.9. Noted that for 2016/17 the GLA, the major Precepting Authority, has stated the following amounts of precepts issued to the Council, in accordance with Section 40 of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, for each of the categories of dwellings shown below:
Table 4: GLA precept by band of property



















1.4.10.Having calculated the aggregate in each case of the amounts in recommendations (20) and (21) above, in accordance with Section 30(2) of the Local Government Finance Act 1992, approved the following amounts to be set as the amounts of Council Tax for 2016/17 for each of the categories of dwellings shown below:

 Table 5: Total Council tax by band of property (Ealing council tax and GLA precept)




















1.4.11.Determined that, with reference to principles approved by the Secretary of State under Section 52ZB Local Government Finance Act 1992, the level of council tax for Ealing is not excessive and as such no referendum is required (Appendix 0, para 5.22).
1.4.12.Determined that, as the billing authority, the council has not been notified by the GLA that its relevant basic amount of council tax for 2016/17 is excessive and therefore the council is not required to hold a referendum in accordance with Section 52ZK of the Local Government Finance Act 1992.

After the vote the guillotine fell.
Councillor Bell moved the report and paid a tribute to Martin Smith.
Councillor G. Stafford seconded the report and paid his own tribute.
Councillor Malcolm responded in similar vein.
After a vote Council agreed unanimously to

(a) Note that the current Chief Executive (head of paid service) Martin Smith will leave the council’s employment on the 10th April 2016.

(b) Appoint Paul Najsarek to the position of Chief Executive (head of paid service) of this council, in accordance with the unanimous recommendations of the Chief Officer Appointments Panel of 5th February 2016, as set out in paragraphs 3.1. and 3.2. of this report, this appointment to take effect (subject to the usual required checks) from 11th April 2016.

(c) Appoint Paul Najsarek from 1 August 2016 and then for the remainder of his period of office as Chief Executive to be the returning officer and electoral registration officer for any constituency in the borough, and

(d) Appoint Helen Harris (the council’s Director of Legal and Democratic Services) to be the returning officer and electoral registration officer for any constituency in the borough, for the period from 1 March 2016 until 31 July 2016.
Councillor Johnson moved the report.
Councillor G. Stafford seconded the report

After a vote it was agreed 

1. That Full Council approve the attached Pay Policy Statement (appendix “1”) and note the supporting appendices 2, 3, 4 and 5;
2. That Full Council approve a policy, for 2016-17, to pay the London Living Wage (LLW) rate or above to direct employees (whether permanent or fixed term ) and to ensure agency workers are paid the LLW;
3. That Full Council note that decisions on proposed remuneration packages of £100,000 and above will be determined by Chief Officer Panel, in accordance with their existing terms of reference;
4. That Full Council commend to Governing Bodies of Schools that they consider paying the LLW rate to schools based employees (whether permanent or fixed term) and to agency workers working in Schools;
5. That Full Council note that the Government has published draft regulations, the National Minimum Wage (Amendment) Regulations 2016, which will implement the new National Living Wage (NLW) rate with effect from 1st April 2016;
6. That Full Council note that Section 154-7 of the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (SBEEA) came into force 1 January 2016 allowing the government to make regulations requiring employees leaving the public sector to repay some or all of their exit payments if they return to public sector employment within 12 months of their departure; and
7. That Full Council note the proposals in the Enterprise Bill 2015-16 to place restrictions on exit payments for public sector employments.
Councillor Bell moved the report.
Councillor G. Stafford seconded the report.

After a vote Council agreed to approve the following changes to the constitution:

1.1 Amend the constitution as set out in the appendices
1.2 Authorise the Director of Legal & Democratic Services to revise the allocation of current officer delegations to reflect recent restructuring at senior management level within all affected departments,
Councillor Bell moved the report
Councillor Gordon seconded the report

After a vote Council agreed

1. To approve the Members’ Allowances Scheme for 2016-17, as set out in the appendix to this report, and
2. To note that the level of allowances proposed is unchanged from the scheme approved for 2015 -16
13 Appointments to Committees and Other Bodies
Councillor Gordon moved and Councillor Roz Reece seconded the following appointments


Governor Name

Governing Body

Term Start

Term End

Political Affiliation


Date Approved

Mr Shaun Beadsworth

St Vincent's Catholic Primary






Ms Teresa Mullins




LA Citizen

New Appointment


Mrs Shirley Kenworthy-Wright

Little Ealing Primary



LA Citizen

New Appointment


Rev Nick Jones

Derwentwater Primary



LA Citizen

New Appointment


Mrs Vanessa Beadworth

John Perryn Primary






Mr William Bannister

Dormers Wells Infants



LA Citizen

New Appointment


West London Economic Prosperity Board- deputy / substitute for Councillor Bell - Councillor Hynes

14 Date of Next Meeting
The next meeting will be held on 12th April 2016.
The meeting finished at 21.33
The next meeting is on 12th April 2016

Additional Meeting Documents

Declarations of Interests

Member NameItem Ref.DetailsNature of DeclarationAction
Councillor Bassam Mahfouz12AHis wife works for Ealing CouncilNon-PecuniaryNone required
Councillor Charan Sharma12AShe leases an allotment from the CouncilNon-PecuniaryNo action required
Councillor Nigel Sumner12AHe leases an allotment from the CouncilNon-PecuniaryNo action required
Councillor Anthony Young12AHis business purchases trade waste services from the CouncilNon-PecuniaryNo action required


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