Agenda

Venue: Council Chamber, Civic Offices, Reading

Contact: Michael Popham - Democratic Services Manager  Email: michael.popham@reading.gov.uk

Items
No. Item

1.

Mayor's Announcements

To receive Mayor’s Announcements.

2.

Declarations of Interest

To receive any declarations of interest.

3.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 74 KB

The Mayor to sign the Minutes of the proceedings of the previous Council Meeting.

4.

Petitions

To receive petitions in accordance with Standing Order 8.

5.

Questions from Members of the Public

Questions in accordance with Standing Order 9.

6.

Questions from Councillors

Questions in accordance with Standing Order 10.

Reports and Recommendations from Committees

7.

Approval of the Local Council Tax Support Scheme and the Council Tax Base for 2022/23 pdf icon PDF 111 KB

Report by Director of Finance

8.

Adoption of the Central and Eastern Berkshire Joint Minerals and Waste Plan pdf icon PDF 13 MB

Report by Executive Director of Economic Growth & Neighbourhood Services

9.

Councillors' Allowances Scheme 2023/24 - 2026/27 pdf icon PDF 57 KB

Report by the Executive Director of Resources

Additional documents:

Motions

10.

Anti-Social Driving and Road Safety

Councillor Singh to move:

 

This Council is determined to take further steps to combat the scourge of dangerous and anti-social driving, which has been reported over many years and months, and continues to be a significant issue for communities across the Borough.

 

Speeding, reckless and dangerous driving is utterly abhorrent and poses significant and unnecessary risks to both road users and pedestrians alike. 

 

As a Council, we have a duty and responsibility to protect all our residents living in the Borough and those visiting or passing through our towns. 

 

This Council resolves to:-

 

·       Call on the Chief Executive to write to the Berkshire Chief Superintendent to ask to take initiatives across the Borough to catch offenders, crackdown on dangerous drivers and provide reassurance to the community. 

 

·       Call on the Chief Executive to write to the Berkshire Chief Superintendent to undertake a borough wide initiative to reduce the illegal use of off-road bikes and e-scooters which are a cause of significant anti-social behaviour.

 

·       To ask Council to provide information on its road safety performance on the Council’s website.

 

·       To ask Council to participate in the Road SafetyWeek annual campaign and spread awareness.