Thursday, 10th September, 2020 6.30 pm

Venue: Main Hall, The Milton Rooms, Malton

Contact: Ellen Walker  43455

No. Item


Emergency Evacuation Procedure

The Chairman to inform members of the public of the emergency evacuation procedure.


Apologies for absence


Public Question Time



To approve as a correct record the minutes of the ordinary Meeting of Council held on 20 February 2020.

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Urgent Business

To receive notice of any urgent business which the Chairman considers should be dealt with at the meeting as a matter of urgency by virtue of Section 100B(4)(b) of the Local Government Act 1972.


Declarations of Interest

Members to indicate whether they will be declaring any interests under the Code of Conduct.


Members making a declaration of interest at a meeting of a Committee or Council are required to disclose the existence and nature of that interest.  This requirement is not discharged by merely declaring a personal interest without further explanation.



To receive any announcements from the Chairman, the Leader and/or the Head of Paid Service.


To Receive any Questions submitted by Members Pursuant to Council Procedure Rule 10.2 (Questions on Notice at Full Council)


To Councillor Goodrick, Chair of the Planning Committee, from Councillor Potter

“Do you agree with the points made in a letter from the cabinet member for planning and leader of Cheshire East council to the Secretary of State for Housing, Robert Jenrick, after he allowed a planning appeal, despite a clear conflict with local development plan policies and sufficient 5 year land supply.  The letter claims this decision ‘undermines the principles of effective plan making’ and will ‘likely lead to a further scramble for developers to seek permission for other unplanned sites’.”


Exempt information

To consider a resolution to exclude the press and public from the meeting during consideration of the reports marked exempt for the following item 10 (To Receive all Committee and Council level decisions made under urgency powers, as required under the Constitution) as provided by paragraph 3 of Schedule 12A of Section 100A of the Local Government Act 1972, as they contain information relating to the financial or business affairs of any particular person (including the authority holding that information).


The public interest test has been considered and, in all the circumstances of the case, the public interest in maintaining the exemption is considered to outweigh the public interest in disclosing the information.



To Receive all Committee and Council level decisions made under urgency powers, as required under the Constitution

Public Committee and Council level decisions made under urgency powers are available for inspection on the Council’s website. This includes a list of exempt decisions outlining the reasons for the exemptions.

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To Receive a Statement from the Leader of the Council and to Receive Questions and Give Answers on that Statement

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Financial Business


Revenue and Capital Budget Monitoring - Outturn 2019-20

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Revenue and Capital Budget Monitoring - Q1 2020/21

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Ryedale's Financial Strategy 2020-2024

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To consider for Approval the Recommendations in respect of the following Part 'B' Committee Items:

Policy and Resources Committee held on 19 March 2020


Minute 122 - Council Plan 2020-2024

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Motions on Notice Submitted Pursuant to Council Procedure Rule 11


Proposed by Cllr Keal and seconded by Cllr Mason

This item was considered at Policy and Resources Committee on 19 March 2020 and subsequently as part of a Decision Notice issued under urgency powers.


“In view of the continuing calls for west east access to the A64 from York Rd, we call on Ryedale District Council to work with North Yorkshire County Council and the Highways Agency to explore the possibility of a roundabout at the Huttons Ambo junction on the A64 to help alleviate the traffic congestion levels in Malton and Norton.


The roundabout would allow access to the A64 east from York Road, reducing the level of traffic, including HGVs, that have to pass through Malton and Norton to access the A64 and create east/west access at both ends of the Malton bypass.


Furthermore, with the concern widely expressed for the safety of children and parents accessing Malton County Primary School and St Mary’s RC School on Highfield Lane, Malton, we call on Ryedale District Council to support a HGV ban between the Peasey Hill Road junction and Hawthorn Avenue.


We request that Officers be asked to enter into negotiations with North Yorkshire County Council to follow the process required to introduce this ban.”

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Appointment of a Representative to the Milton Rooms Management Committee

To appoint a new representative to the Milton Rooms Management Committee, following Councillor Delaney’s decision to step down from this role.


Any other business that the Chairman decides is urgent