Agenda and minutes

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Contact: Naomi Kwasa: Email: naomi.kwasa@barnet.gov.uk 0208 359 4144 

Items
No. Item

1.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 63 KB

2.

Absence of Members

3.

Declarations of Members Disclosable Pecuniary Interests and Non-Pecuinary Interests

    Minutes:

    Cllr Cooper declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she is employed by Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.

     

    Councillor Caroline Stock declared a non-pecuniary interest in that her daughter works as a Psychiatrist for the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust.

     

    Councillor Helene Richman declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she is a Trustee of Mind in Barnet.

4.

Report of the Monitoring Officer (if any)

5.

Members' Items (if any)

6.

Public Questions and Comments (if any)

7.

Barnet Multi-Agency Safeguarding Adults Board Annual Report 2017-18 pdf icon PDF 325 KB

    Additional documents:

    Minutes:

    Fiona Bateman, Independent Chair, Barnet Safeguarding Adults Board introduced the report which documented the work of the Safeguarding Adults Board in 2017-18 and outlined membership of the Board, work of the Safeguarding Adults Service User Forum and partner agencies, work plan progress and analysis of safeguarding alerts received 2017-18.

     

    Following the consideration of the report, the Chairman MOVED to the vote on the recommendations set out in the report.

     

    It was RESOLVED;

     

    1. That the Adults and Safeguarding Committee comment on the Safeguarding Adults Board Annual Report 2017-18

     

    2. That the Committee note that following the Adults and Safeguarding Committee meeting on 26th November 2018, the Annual Report will be published on the Council website.

     

     

8.

Adults and Communities Annual Complaints Report pdf icon PDF 164 KB

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    Minutes:

    James Mass, Assistant Director, Community Wellbeing highlighted the salient points of the report which is a statutory requirement for Councils with adult social care responsibilities. The report provided an overview of management of, and performance in responding to, adult social care complaints.

     

    Following consideration of the report the Chairman then MOVED to the vote on the recommendations set out in the report.

     

    It was RESOLVED;

     

    1.That the Adults and Safeguarding Committee notes the Annual Complaints Report 2017-2018 and approves the report for publication.

     

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Business Planning 2019-2024 pdf icon PDF 403 KB

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    Minutes:

    Dawn Wakeling, Strategic Director for Adults, Communities and Health introduced the report which set out the priorities for the Adults and Safeguarding Committee that make-up the corporate plan, as well as committee specific priorities. It also set out the savings proposals that have been developed for this period for approval by the Committee, as well as providing a progress update on the delivery of this year’s (18/19) MTFS savings and recovery plans.

     

    The Chairman proposed a motion to add an additional recommendation to the report to instruct the Strategic Director for Adults, Communities and Health to prepare a proposal for inclusion in the business planning report for the Policy and Resources Committee in December 2018 setting out the revenue pressures arising from the reimplementation of the Mosaic system and how the Capita contractual settlement can be used to address these financial pressures.

     

    This was seconded by Cllr Longstaff.

     

    A vote was taken and the results were as follows;

     

    For

    Against

    Abstention

    10

    0

    0

     

    The motion was passed.

     

    Following consideration of the report the Chairman then MOVED to the vote on the recommendations set out in the report. The recommendations were voted on individually and the results were as follows;

     

    Recommendation 1:

     

    For

    Against

    Abstention

    6

    4

    0

     

    The recommendation was passed.

     

    Recommendation 2:

     

    For

    Against

    Abstention

    6

    4

    0

     

    The recommendation was passed.

     

    Recommendation 3:

     

    For

    Against

    Abstention

    6

    4

    0

     

    The recommendation was passed.

     

    Recommendation 4:

     

    For

    Against

    Abstention

    6

    0

    4

     

    The recommendation was passed.

     

    Recommendation 5:

     

    For

    Against

    Abstention

    6

    0

    4

     

    The recommendation was passed.

     

    Recommendation 6:

     

    For

    Against

    Abstention

    10

    0

    0

     

    The recommendation was passed.

     

    Recommendation 7:

     

    For

    Against

    Abstention

    10

    0

    0

     

    The recommendation was passed.

     

     

    It was RESOLVED;

     

    1. That the Committee notes the corporate priorities in Appendix A; and approves the additional priorities and approach to delivery for the Adults and Safeguarding Committee, as set out in Appendix B.

     

    2. That the Committee consider the MTFS proposals that relate to the committee as set out in Appendix C after having considered the initial equalities impacts and refer their comments to Policy and Resources Committee for eventual decision by Full Council.

     

    3. That the Committee consider the savings proposals for the next financial year as set out in Appendix C subject to the initial equalities impacts and refer them to Policy and Resources Committee for consultation and eventual decision by Full Council.

     

    4. That the Committee agrees the proposed fees and charges to take effect from 1 April 2019 – 31 March 2020.

     

    5. That the Committee notes the progress made on in-year financial recovery.

     

    6. That the Committee approves the proposals for use of the additional 2018/19 central government funding for winter, as set out in paragraphs 2.19-2.22.

     

    AND

     

    7.  That the Strategic Director for Adults, Communities and Health prepare a proposal for inclusion in the business planning report for the Policy and Resources Committee in December 2018 setting out the revenue pressures arising from the reimplementation of the Mosaic  ...  view the full minutes text for item 9.

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Quarter 2 2018/19 Adults and Safeguarding Performance Report pdf icon PDF 382 KB

    Minutes:

    Dawn Wakeling introduced the report which provided an update on the Theme Committee priorities in the Corporate Plan 2018/19 Addendum for Quarter 2 (Q2) 2018/19, including budget forecasts for revenue and capital, progress on activities, performance of key indicators and any high level risks.

     

    Following the consideration of the report, the Chairman MOVED to the vote on the recommendations set out in the report. The results were as follows;

     

    For

    Against

    Abstention

    6

    0

    4

     

     

    It was RESOLVED that;

     

    The Committee had reviewed the financial, performance and risk information for Q2 2018/19 and agreed not to make any referrals to Policy and Resources Committee or Financial Performance and Contracts Committee in accordance with the terms of reference of these Committees.

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Committee Forward Work Programme pdf icon PDF 82 KB

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Any other items that the Chairman decides are urgent