In accordance with Standing Order 11, to receive reports from Cabinet Members moved en bloc, under Standing Order 11.2 Members of the Council may ask questions of Cabinet Members on their reports and Portfolio areas. The order of putting questions shall commence with a Member from the largest opposition group, proceeding in descending order to the smallest opposition group, followed by a non-aligned Member and finally a Member from the ruling group. This order shall repeat until the time for questions has elapsed or there are no more questions to be put.
The period of time for putting questions and receiving responses shall not exceed 50 minutes for all Cabinet Members, excluding the Leader
The period of time for putting questions and receiving responses to the Leader shall not exceed 15 minutes.
(Councillors are reminded that this is a question and answer session not a debate.)
Corporate Services - Councillor B Long
Environment - Councillor P Kunes
Development - Councillor R Blunt
Finance – Councillor A Dickinson
Property – Councillor A Lawrence
People and Communities – Councillor Sam Sandell
Deputy Leader and Business, Culture & Heritage – Councillor G Middleton
Leader - Councillor Stuart Dark
Councillor Dark moved the Cabinet Members reports en bloc.
Councillors Blunt and Middleton responded to questions on levelling up involving Hunstanton from Councillor Morley.
Councillor Blunt responded to questions on CIL applications from Councillor Rust.
Councillor Middleton responded to a question from Councillor Squire on previous comments he had made.
Councillor Lawrence responded to a question from Councillor Morley on the sale of land to the IDB.
Councillor Kunes responded to comments from Councillor Rust made on documents to prevent climate change.
Councillor Kunes responded to a question from Councillor Ryves on tree planting for the Jubilee.
Councillor Kunes also responded to a question from Councillor Lawton regarding an issue on Brancaster Common.
Questions of the Leader.
Councillors Dark and Middleton responded to a question from Councillor Ryves on the underwriting of the Guildhall bid.
Councillor Dark responded to a question from Councillor Devereux on the progress of the Hospital’s application for its replacement.
Councillor Dark responded to a question from Councillor Squire on the County Deal.
Councillor Dark responded to a question from Councillor Kemp regarding the hospital’s CQC report recently issued.
Councillor Dark responded to Councillor Joyce’s question on whether he was pursuing the Government regarding the way IDB levies were collected.