Events in September

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What's on this month? Are you organising an event or maybe you've seen a poster for something you'd like to share, if so you can post it up here to let people know. The pictures here are for events taking place in September in, or very near to Richmond, North Yorkshire. If you don't have a poster, feel free to add text details about the event or perhaps make a short video to tell people more.


Council's licensing committe meeting

The Licensing Committee will meet at 7.00 pm on Tuesday, 16 September 2014 in the Swale Meeting Room at Mercury House, Station Road, Richmond. Agenda Public Session - All are welcome to attend the public session 1 Chairman's Announcement 2 Apologies for Absence 3 Minutes – To confirm the Minutes of the following Meetings as an accurate record: (a) 18 March 2014 (b) 13 May 2014 (Annual Council) (c) 24 June 2014 (Special) 4 Public Speaking and Question Time - To receive any comments or respond to any questions from members of the public. (Written notice of any comments/questions must be received at Mercury House by 9.30 am on the day of this meeting). 5 Declarations of Interest 6 Housing Standards Enforcement Policy – The Environmental Health Manager to present a written report seeking approval of amendments to the existing Housing Standards Enforcement Policy v1.4 which was approved by the Housing and Planning Board on 22nd April 2013. 7 Taxi Licensing Fees and Charges – The Environmental Health Manager to present a proposal for a revision of the licence fees in respect of all hackney carriage and private hire licences, prior to formal consultation with the local taxi trade and a notice being published in the local press. 8 Houses of Multiple Occupancy Amenity Standards – The Environmental Health Manager to present a written report seeking the Houses in Multiple Occupation Standards. 9 Street Trading Scheme - (To follow)

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The Corporate Board of Richmondshire Council

Meets at 6.30 pm on Thursday, 11 September 2014 in the Swale Meeting Room at Mercury House, Station Road, Richmond. Agenda Public Session - All are welcome to attend the public session 1 Chairman's Announcement 2 Apologies for Absence 3 Minutes – To confirm the Minutes of the meeting held on 8 July 2014 as an accurate record. 4 Public Speaking and Question Time - To receive any comments or respond to any questions from members of the public. (Written notice of any comments/questions must be received at Mercury House by 9.30 am on the day of this meeting). 5 Declarations of Interest 6 A6136 – Recent Traffic Modelling Assessments and Future Work – Melisa Burnham from North Yorkshire County Council to provide an update on recent traffic modelling work for the A6136 in the Garrison Area and the improvements required to ensure the delivery of future economic growth opportunities. 7 Performance & Budget Monitoring Report 2014/15 – Quarter 1 – Senior Management Team to present an update on performance against key service performance indicators, the Council’s Business Plan and provide details of the financial position (revenue and capital) of the Council as at the end of June 2014. Service Working Arrangements with Hambleton District Council – Senior Management Team to present an update on Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with Hambleton District Council. 9 Housing Delivery in Richmondshire – Senior Management Team to present a written report exploring housing issues within the District, for Members’ information. 10 Review of Workspace Portfolio – Senior Management Team to seek confirmation of the preferred option relating to the future of the Council’s remaining workspace portfolio. 11 Small Business Grant Scheme – Senior Management Team to present a written report seeking approval for the continuation of the Small Business Grant Scheme, to run from 1 October 2014 to 1 October 2016. 12 ♦ Equality Policy – Senior Management Team to present a written report seeking approval of the draft Equality Policy. 13 Council Tax/Business Rates – Business Rate Reminders – Senior Management Team to present a report on the issue of business rate reminders in relation to the debt collection policy. 14 ♦ Council Tax - Exceptional Hardship Policy – Senior Management Team to seek approval to adopt a new Discretionary Hardship Policy in exceptional circumstances to Council Taxpayers, as result of incurring Council Tax liability due to the Council Tax Reduction Scheme. 15 Friarage Hospital Campaign – Costs – Senior Management Team to present information relating to costs incurred in the recent campaign to retain consultant led maternity services at the Friarage Hospital. (To Follow) 16 Communities Opportunity Fund – Applications for Funding - Senior Management Team to seek approval for the allocation of funding from the Communities Opportunity Fund 2014/15.

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NHS public meeting

Members of the public from across Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby are invited to learn more about the work of their local NHS clinical commissioning group and quiz GPs and managers at its Annual General Meeting. NHS Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group’s very first AGM is being held at The Station, Station Yard, Richmond, DL10 4LD, on Thursday 18 September from 1.30pm-4.30pm. If you would like to attend, to help the CCG plan the event effectively please register in advance by emailing clare.burborough@nhs.net. The doors will open from 1.30pm with an interactive marketplace where staff will showcase key CCG health projects which will offer attendees an opportunity to understand how health services are commissioned and to speak directly to CCG staff. There will also be information stalls from other local health-related organisations. The formal meeting, which runs from 3-4pm, will include a presentation from members of the CCG’s Governing Body, reflecting on progress made during its first year as the lead commissioner for health services across the area. The AGM will also look to the future, examining the CCG’s strategic plans and highlighting some of the key initiatives the CCG will be implementing to further improve and develop local health services. This will be focused around what needs to happen to ensure local health services can cope with a growing older population. There will be an opportunity at the end of the meeting to ask questions, and for people to meet the Governing Body team. Dr George Campbell, Whitby GP and Vice-Chair of Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby CCG, said: “Our first year as the NHS organisation responsible for commissioning local health services has seen us make many significant achievements, and lay the ground work for future improvements to local healthcare. “Our AGM is an opportunity to come and find out about our successes, learn what our plans are for the coming years and talk with us about what we do and how this impacts local people. By listening to what matters most to people and patients regarding their health and social care we are better able to commission services that truly reflect the needs of the local community. “We appreciate that we cover such a large patch of rural North Yorkshire, and travelling to the AGM may not be suitable for some people. We are looking at what we can do in other parts of our area so people don’t miss out on opportunities to find out about our work and speak with us.” For people who can’t make the meeting but would like to submit a question to the CCG’s Governing Body, they can submit them in advance up to 5pm on Wednesday 17 September to clare.burborough@nhs.net. Refreshments will be available. The AGM is preceded on the day by the Trust’s regular Governing Body meeting. This is open to members of the public and starts at 10am. This takes place at Coverdale Suite Innovate, Chartermark Way, Colburn Business Park, Catterick Garrison, Colburn, North Yorkshire DL9 4QJ.

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