Agenda

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Items
No. Item

1.

Apologies for Absence/Replacement Members

2.

Declarations of Members' Interests

3.

Minutes of the previous meeting held on 15 September 2020 pdf icon PDF 248 KB

4.

Announcements by the Chairman, Executive Councillors and Chief Officers

5.

Future of the Heritage Service in Lincolnshire pdf icon PDF 39 KB

(To receive a report from William Mason, Head of Culture and Nicole Hilton, Assistant Director – Communities,which invites the Committee to comment on the future of the Heritage Service in Lincolnshire. The report is being presented to the Executive on the 03 November 2020. The views of the Scrutiny Committee will be reported to the Executive as part of the consideration of this item)

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6.

Heritage Service Update pdf icon PDF 255 KB

(To receive an update report from William Mason, Head of Culture and Nicole Hilton, Assistant Director – Communities, on the actions undertaken in regard to the recommendations relating to the future of the Council's heritage service approved by the Executive on 3 September 2019)

 

 

7.

Registration and Celebratory Services Annual Report pdf icon PDF 62 KB

(To receive a report from Sara Barry, Head of Safer Communities, and Julie Waller, Acting Head of Registration, on the Lincolnshire Registration and Celebratory Services Annual Report which requests the Committee to note the progress and performance of the service and consider timescales for further reports and actions)

 

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8.

Community Hub Year 4 Update (2019-2020) pdf icon PDF 253 KB

(To receive an update report from Louise Egan, Library and Heritage Client Lead, on the performance of the Community Hub Model to enable the Committee to fulfil its role in scrutinising the service delivery)

 

9.

Public Protection and Communities Scrutiny Committee Work Programme pdf icon PDF 180 KB

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

 

 

 

 

10.

SITTING AS THE CRIME AND DISORDER SCRUTINY COMMITTEE - Modern Slavery pdf icon PDF 173 KB

(To receive a report from Jonny Goldsmith, Community Safety Strategy Coordinator, and Clare Newborn, Acting Joint Head of Safer Communities, which provides an overview of both the current and impending statutory requirements placed upon Lincolnshire County Council within the Modern Slavery Act 2015. In addition, the report provides an overview of how Lincolnshire County Council is supporting the work of the Safer Lincolnshire Partnership in relation to Modern Slavery)

 

 

 
 
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