Agenda and decisions

Virtual meeting, Cabinet Committee - Local Issues - Wednesday 24th March 2021 1.30 pm

Venue: Virtual Meeting - online. View directions

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No. Item


Membership of the Committee

This is where councillors who are attending as substitutes will say for who they are attending.


Cllr Cathy Scott attended as sub for Cllr Graham Turner


Minutes of Previous Meeting pdf icon PDF 259 KB

To approve the minutes of the meeting of the Committee held on 15 December 2020.


That the minutes of the meeting held on the 15th December 2020 be approved as a correct record.


Interests pdf icon PDF 17 KB

The Councillors will be asked to say if there are any items on the Agenda in which they have disclosable pecuniary interests, which would prevent them from participating in any discussion of the items or participating in any vote upon the items, or any other interests.


No interests were declared.


Admission of the Public

Most debates take place in public. This only changes when there is a need to consider certain issues, for instance, commercially sensitive information or details concerning an individual. You will be told at this point whether there are any items on the Agenda which are to be discussed in private


All agenda items were considered in public session.



The Committee will receive any petitions and hear any deputations from members of the public. A deputation is where up to five people can attend the meeting and make a presentation on some particular issue of concern. A member of the public can also hand in a petition at the meeting but that petition should relate to something on which the body has powers and responsibilities.


In accordance with Council Procedure Rule 10 (2), Members of the Public should provide at least 24 hours’ notice of presenting a deputation.  



No deputations or petitions were received.


Questions by members of the Public (Written Questions)

Due to current Covid-19 restrictions, Elected Members and members of the public may submit written questions to members of Cabinet Committee Local Issues.

Any questions should be emailed to no later than 5pm on Monday 22 March 2021. In accordance with Council Procedure Rule 51(10) each person may submit a maximum of 4 written questions.


 In accordance with Council Procedure Rule 11(5), the period allowed for the asking and answering of public questions will not exceed 15 minutes.


Members of the Committee will provide an oral response to any questions received, or if they are not able to do so, a written response will be provided.


No written questions were received.


Member Question Time

Cabinet Committee Local Issues will receive any questions from Elected Members (via remote access).


In accordance with Executive Procedure Rule 2.3 ( a period of up to 30 minutes will be allocated.


No member questions were asked.


Objection to Traffic Regulation No 30 Order 2020, Proposed “School Keep Clear” markings, South Parade, Cleckheaton pdf icon PDF 139 KB

To consider an objection received to - Kirklees TRO No 30 Order 2020 - Proposed “School Keep Clear” markings, South Parade, Cleckheaton


Contact:  Karen North, Senior Technical Officer (01484) 221000

Additional documents:


That the Objection to Traffic Regulation No 30 order 2020, proposed “School Keep Clear” markings, South Parade, Cleckheaton be overruled and the Traffic Regulation Order be implemented as advertised.