Speaking at a Council or Committee meeting

Venue: The Old Library - Oxford Town Hall. View directions

Contact: John Mitchell, Committee and Member Services Officer 

Note No. Item


Apologies for Absence


Declarations of Interest

15 mins


Addresses and Questions by Members of the Public


Councillor Addresses on any item for decision on the Board's agenda

10 mins


Councillor Addresses on Neighbourhood Issues


Items raised by Board Members


Scrutiny Committee Reports

The Scrutiny Committee will meet on 21 January 2019 to consider the JSSP Regulation 18 Consultation document (item 8 of this agenda). Any recommendations flowing from the  Committee will be published as a supplement to this agenda.  


JSSP Regulation 18 Consultation Document pdf icon PDF 416 KB

The Acting Head of Planning Services will submit a report to seek approvals to progress the production of the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 through adopting the Statement of Community Involvement, approving an amendment to the Local Development Scheme and approving the Regulation 18 (Part 1) document for consultation.


The report will be published as a supplement to this agenda.


Additional documents:


Council Tax Reduction Scheme 2019.20 pdf icon PDF 146 KB

The Head of Financial Services has submitted a report to consider feedback from the recent consultation on proposed changes to the Council Tax Support Scheme and to agree the principles of the new scheme to be drawn up for approval by Council on 28 January 2019.


Recommendations:That the City Executive Board resolves to:


1.Note the outcome of the consultation on the proposed Council Tax Reduction Scheme;

2.Delegate authority to the Head of Financial Services to draft the details of the new Council Tax Reduction Scheme for 2019/20 so that it can be submitted to Council for approval at its meeting on the 28 January 2019; and

3.Recommend Council to resolve to adopt the new Local Council Tax Reduction Scheme for 2019/20.

Additional documents:


Review Of Trailblazer Programme (Homelessness Prevention) pdf icon PDF 111 KB

The Head of Housing Services has submitted a reporttoupdate the Board on progress of the Oxfordshire Homelessness Prevention Trailblazer programme.


Recommendations:That the City Executive Board resolves to:


Note the outcome of the review and the priorities for the year ahead.


Additional documents:


Treasury Management mid-year report pdf icon PDF 793 KB

The Head of Financial Services has submitted a reporton the performance of the Treasury Management function for the 6 months to 30 September 2018.


Recommendation: That the City Executive Board resolves to:


Note the performance of the Treasury Management function for the six months to 30th September 2018.

Additional documents:


Proposal to move car parking decking from Oxpens car park to Redbridge Park and Ride pdf icon PDF 140 KB

The Executive Director Sustainable City will submit a report toseek project approval, subject to budget approval by Council, to relocate and extend the car parking decking currently at Oxpens car park at Redbridge Park & Ride.


The report will be published as  a supplement to this agenda.





Minutes pdf icon PDF 128 KB


Recommendation: The City Executive Board resolves to APPROVE the minutes of the meeting held on 18 December as a true and accurate record.


Dates of Future Meetings

Meetings are scheduled for the following dates:


12 February 2019

13 March 2019

10 April 2019


All of which will start at 6pm.



Matters Exempt from Publication

If the Board wishes to exclude the press and the public from the meeting during consideration of any of the items on the exempt from publication part of the agenda, it will be necessary for the Board to pass a resolution in accordance with the provisions of Paragraph 4(2)(b) of the Local Authorities (Executive Arrangements) (Access to Information) (England) Regulations 2012 on the grounds that their presence could involve the likely disclosure of exempt information as described in specific paragraphs of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972.


The Board may maintain the exemption if and so long as, in all the circumstances of the case, the public interest in maintaining the exemption outweighs the public interest in disclosing the information.