Agenda

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Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for Absence

To receive any apologies for absence

2.

Declarations of Interest pdf icon PDF 219 KB

To receive any declarations of interest

3.

Petition for Debate - Alma Road

An e-petition containing 1140 signatories was submitted to the Council on 22 August 2018. In accordance with the provisions of the Council’s Constitution, it was requested by the lead petitioner that the petition be reported to, and debated at, a full Council meeting.

 

The petition reads as follows:

 

‘We the undersigned petition The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead to defend the unanimous decision of the Windsor Urban Development Management Panel with whatever resource (legal and otherwise) necessary to fully and adequately protect our town from the proposed gross overdevelopment at the forthcoming appeal of planning application 18/00095/FULL.’

 

http://petitions.rbwm.gov.uk/AlmaRoadAppeal/

 

The Constitution provides for a maximum time of 30 minutes to debate such petitions; this can be overruled at the Mayor’s discretion.

 

In accordance with the Constitution, the order of speaking shall be as follows:

 

 

a)        The Mayor may invite the relevant officer to set out the background to the petition issue.

b)        The Lead Petitioner to address the meeting on the petition (5 minutes maximum)

c)         The Mayor to invite any relevant Ward Councillors present to address the meeting. (Maximum time of 3 minutes each for this purpose)

d)        The Mayor to invite the relevant officer to provide any further comment.

e)        The Mayor will invite all Members to debate the matter (Rules of Debate as per the Constitution apply) 

 

 

4.

Petition for Debate - Braywick Crossing pdf icon PDF 274 KB

An e-petition containing 1039 signatories was submitted to the Council on 16 October 2018. In accordance with the provisions of the Council’s Constitution, it was requested by the lead petitioner that the petition be reported to, and debated at, a full Council meeting.

 

The petition reads as follows:

 

We the undersigned petition The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead to install a pedestrian crossing on Braywick Road, leading to Braywick Park.’

 

http://petitions.rbwm.gov.uk/BraywickCrossing/

 

The Constitution provides for a maximum time of 30 minutes to debate such petitions; this can be overruled at the Mayor’s discretion.

 

In accordance with the Constitution, the order of speaking shall be as follows:

 

 

a)        The Mayor may invite the relevant officer to set out the background to the petition issue.

b)        The Lead Petitioner to address the meeting on the petition (5 minutes maximum)

c)         The Mayor to invite any relevant Ward Councillors present to address the meeting. (Maximum time of 3 minutes each for this purpose)

d)        The Mayor to invite the relevant officer to provide any further comment.

e)        The Mayor will invite all Members to debate the matter (Rules of Debate as per the Constitution apply) 

 

 

 

5.

Polling District and Polling Places Review 2018 pdf icon PDF 511 KB

To consider the above report

6.

Appointment of Managing Director and Head of Paid Service pdf icon PDF 130 KB

To consider the above report

7.

Review and Republishing of RBWM's Gambling Act 2005 Statement of Principles pdf icon PDF 705 KB

To consider the above report