Venue: Committee Room One, County Offices, Newland, Lincoln LN1 1YL

Contact: Emily Wilcox  Democratic Services Officer

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Apologies for Absence/Replacement Members


Declarations of Members' Interests


Minutes of the previous meeting of the Environment and Economy Scrutiny Committee held on 26 November 2019 pdf icon PDF 247 KB


Announcements by the Chairman, Executive Councillors and Lead Officers


Revenue and Capital Budget Proposals 2020/21 pdf icon PDF 381 KB

(To receive a report from Keith Noyland, Head of Finance – Communities, which outlines the budget proposals for the next financial year 2020/21 and the budget implications for the council's Environment and Economy services. The committee are invited to scrutinise and comment on the proposals, prior to consideration of the final budget proposals by the Executive at its meeting on 4 February 2020)



Lincolnshire Rural Support Network pdf icon PDF 302 KB

(To receive a report from Vanessa Strange, Head of Infrastructure Investment, which introduces a presentation from the Lincolnshire Rural Support Network, who received a £40,000 grant from Lincolnshire County Council as a result of the work of the committee)

Additional documents:


Introducing a Charging Policy for Archaeology Advice and Planning Services pdf icon PDF 367 KB

(To receive a report from Neil McBride, Head of Planning, and Ian George, Historic Places Manager, which seeks the committee's support for introducing a charging policy regime for the Planning Services team when providing services for other Councils and for use in Planning Performance Agreements (PPA))


Adult Skills & Family Learning Programme Update pdf icon PDF 358 KB

(To receive  a report from Thea Croxall, Principle Commissioning Officer (Learning), which provides a summary of the Adult Skills and Family Learning programme, and an overview of the findings of the Ofsted Inspection that took place in June 2019)

Additional documents:


Environment and Economy Scrutiny Committee Work Programme pdf icon PDF 399 KB

(To receive a report by Daniel Steel, Scrutiny Officer, which enables the Committee to consider and comment on the content of its work programme for the coming year to ensure that scrutiny activity is focused where it can be of greatest benefit)



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