Council - Wednesday, 13th July, 2022 7.00 pm

Venue: Council Chamber

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The Mayor's Chaplain to give a blessing


Elect a Person to Preside if the Mayor and Deputy Mayor are Not Present


Mayor's Announcements




Declarations of Interest

Members of the Council are invited to identify any disclosable pecuniary, other pecuniary or non-pecuniary interests relevant to the items on the agenda.


Minutes of previous meeting pdf icon PDF 119 KB

To receive and agree the minutes of the previous meeting of Council held on Wednesday 25 May 2022.


Capital Outturn 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 1 MB

To receive a report from the Executive Director Resources on the year end Capital Programme position, and requesting budget adjustments for the 2022/23 budget.


Treasury Management Outturn Report 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 556 KB

To receive a report from the Executive Director Resources presenting the Council’s Annual Treasury Management Report for 2021/22 in accordance with Treasury Management Practices.


Adoption of Statutory Waste Plan for North London pdf icon PDF 182 KB

To receive the report of the Executive Director Place, seeking agreement to adopt  the North London Waste Plan.

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General Purposes Annual Report 2021/22 pdf icon PDF 182 KB

To receive the Annual Report of the General Purposes Committee 2021/22.


Councillor Question Time pdf icon PDF 342 KB

The list of questions and their written responses will be published prior to the meeting.


Motions pdf icon PDF 161 KB

Motion in the name of Councillor Maria Alexandrou

Cervical screening is a way for women to protect themselves from cancer. The sad reality is that fewer women are now having cervical screening. Last year 1.3m women didn’t attend NHS screenings. There are 3,200 new cases of cervical cancer every year and of those 870 women die from it.


According to CANCER RESEARCH UK 99.8% of cases are preventable. When Jade Goody fought her cancer battle, nearly 80% of women went for smear tests.10 years later, only 72% of women go. If this rate falls any lower, the rise in deaths will shoot up. In the case of Jade Goody, she ignored letters about her abnormal cells. She needed to go to hospital for surgery to remove those abnormal cells, surgery which most probably would have saved her life.


Many young women in their 20s and 30s are dying from cervical cancer and the tragedy is they are leaving behind their partners and young children.  We need to encourage everyone to look after their health and have regular check-ups. Enfield Council therefore agrees to work together with other agencies for a local campaign on cervical cancer awareness and encourage women to attend that important screening test. It only takes 5 minutes at the doctor’s surgery and this test can save your life.


Motion in the name of Councillor Chris Joannides

This Council will sign up to the Miscarriage Association's Pregnancy Loss Pledge to tackle the stigma associated with miscarriage and supports the campaign which wants to introduce paid leave for families who experience a miscarriage.


Miscarriage is the most common kind of pregnancy loss, affecting around one in four pregnancies in the UK.


The Council recognises the emotional trauma and loss suffered by parents as a result of stillbirths and miscarriages. As such, Enfield Council aims to improve support for parents by encouraging work environments where employers show empathy and understanding so employees who have been impacted do not have to use sick or annual holiday leave.


Motion in the name of Councillor Chris Dey

Enfield Council congratulates Her Majesty The Queen on her Platinum Jubilee. On her 21st Birthday Her Majesty made a speech to the entire Commonwealth that she would devote her life of service to her people. She has truly lived up to this ever since and we celebrate with her and thank her for her life of service to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the entire Commonwealth.


Motion in the name of Councillor Adrian Grumi

Following the speeches by the Mayor and Deputy Leader regarding their support for serving personnel, veterans and cadets in the borough at this years Armed Forces Day Event, Enfield as a borough join many other councils and organisations across the UK in renewing our Armed Forces Covenant that was first signed in 2012.


Motion in the name of Councillor Joanne Laban

This chamber calls on the Deputy Mayor for Policing to resign after the Metropolitan Police Service  ...  view the full agenda text for item 12.

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Committee Membership

To confirm any changes to committee memberships.


 Any changes received once the agenda has been published will be tabled on the Council update sheet at the meeting.


Nominations to Outside Bodies

To confirm any changes to the nominations on outside bodies.


Any changes received once the agenda has been published will be tabled on the Council update sheet at the meeting.


date of next meeting

To note the agreed date of the next Council meeting as Wednesday 21 September 2022.