Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Bill [HL] — Report (4th Day) — 22 Apr 2009 at 21:05

Baroness Crawley voted with the majority (Not-Content).

Clause 86 : Constitution

Amendments 168D and 168E not moved.

Clause 87 : Constitution: membership and voting

Amendment 168F not moved.

Clause 88 : Exercise of local authority functions

Amendments 168G and 168H not moved.

Clause 89 : Funding

Amendment 168J not moved.

Clause 90 : Accounts

Amendment 168K not moved.

Clause 91 : Change of name

Amendment 168L not moved.

Clause 92 : Changes to boundaries of an EPB's area

Amendment 168M

Moved by Baroness Andrews

168M: Clause 92, page 61, line 30, leave out "unitary"

Amendment 168M agreed.

Amendment 168N not moved.

Clause 93 : Dissolution of an EPB's area

Amendment 168P not moved.

Clause 94 : Review by authorities: new EPB

Amendment 168Q not moved.

Clause 95 : Preparation and publication of scheme: new EPB

Amendments 168R and 168S

Moved by Baroness Andrews

168R: Clause 95, page 62, leave out line 42

168S: Clause 95, page 63, line 1, leave out subsection (6)

Amendments 168R and 168S agreed.

Amendment 168T not moved.

Clause 96 : Requirements in connection with establishment of EPB

Amendment 168U not moved.

Clause 97 : Review by authorities: existing EPB

Amendment 168V not moved.

Clause 98 : Preparation and publication of scheme: existing EPB

Amendment 168W not moved.

Clause 99 : Requirements in connection with changes to existing EPB arrangements

Amendment 168X not moved.

Clause 100 : Combined authorities and their areas

Amendments 168Y and 168Z not moved.

Clause 101 : Constitution and functions: transport

Amendments 168AA and 168AB not moved.

Clause 102 : Constitution and functions: economic development and regeneration

Amendment 168AC not moved.

Clause 103 : Changes to boundaries of a combined authority's area

Amendment 168AD

Moved by Baroness Andrews

168AD: Clause 103, page 66, line 30, leave out "unitary"

Amendment 168AD agreed.

Amendment 168AE not moved.

Clause 104 : Dissolution of a combined authority's area

Amendment 168AF not moved.

Clause 105 : Review by authorities: new combined authority

Amendment 168AG not moved.

Clause 106 : Preparation and publication of scheme: new combined authority

Amendments 168AH and 168AJ

Moved by Baroness Andrews

168AH: Clause 106, page 68, leave out line 34

168AJ: Clause 106, page 68, line 35, leave out subsection (6)

Amendments 168AH and 168AJ agreed.

Amendment 168AK not moved.

Clause 107 : Requirements in connection with establishment of combined authority

Amendment 168AL not moved.

Clause 108 : Review by authorities: existing combined authority

Amendment 168AM not moved.

Clause 109 : Preparation and publication of scheme: existing combined authority

Amendment 168AN not moved.

Clause 110 : Requirements in connection with changes to existing combined arrangements

Amendment 168AP not moved.

Clause 111 : Incidental etc provision

Amendment 168AQ not moved.

Clause 112 : Transfer of property, rights and liabilities

Amendment 168AR not moved.

Clause 113 : Consequential amendments

Amendment 168AS not moved.

Clause 114 : Orders

Amendment 168AT not moved.

Clause 115 : Guidance

Amendment 168AU

Moved by Baroness Andrews

168AU: Clause 115, page 72, line 35, at end insert-

"( ) an ITA;"

Amendment 168AU agreed.

Amendment 168AV not moved.

Clause 116 : Amendments relating to EPBs and combined authorities

Amendment 168AW not moved.

Clause 117 : Interpretation

Amendment 168AX not moved.

Clause 127 : Duty to have regard to improvement targets

Amendment 168AY not moved.

Amendment 169

Moved by Lord Rosser

169: After Clause 134, insert the following new Clause-

"Central-local partnership

(1) The Secretary of State shall convene an annual meeting with representatives of central and local government ("the central-local partnership") for the purpose of reaching an agreement to comply with-

(a) a framework of principles for how central and local government work together to serve the public,

(b) common priorities and a shared programme of objectives for giving effect to these principles, and

(c) such partnership arrangements as are necessary to give effect to the relationship.

(2) The Secretary of State shall take such steps as are required to ensure the attendance at the annual meeting of representatives of government departments with responsibilities for partner authorities subject to the duty to cooperate under section of the 104 of the Local Government and Public Involvement in Health Act 2007 (c. 28) (application of chapter: partner authorities).

(3) For the purposes of this section, "representatives of local government" will be any body of which formal notice has been given to the Secretary of State as having authority to enter into agreement on behalf of local authorities in England.

(4) In reaching agreement under subsection (1), the Secretary of State and representatives of local government shall consult representatives of such persons as appear to have an interest in the promotion of well-being in local authority areas, including representatives of the voluntary sector.

(5) The Secretary of State shall make an annual report to Parliament on the operation of the central-local partnership."

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Party Summary

Votes by party, red entries are votes against the majority for that party.

What is Tell? '+1 tell' means that in addition one member of that party was a teller for that division lobby.

What is Turnout? This is measured against the total membership of the party at the time of the vote.

PartyMajority (Not-Content)Minority (Content)Turnout
Con0 10.5%
Lab53 (+2 tell) 025.2%
LDem0 29 (+2 tell)40.8%
Crossbench5 23.7%
Total:58 3213.8%

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