Cllr Pat Williams said she was interested if Bill Norman had talked to the Chief Executive and that [the staffing issue] was really an Employment and Appointments issue, if there were ongoing pressures they should be made aware.
Cllr Dave Mitchell said there would be a saving to the authority, if the correct legal services were there in the first place.
Cllr Chris Blakeley said he would move 1 to 5 and add A, B and C. He would take out the three bullet points. He wanted to “set on record” that he wanted “radical change”.
Ken Harrison (Vice-Chair) said there were five outstanding complaints, from 2009 and the last from this year to fit in.
Cllr Chris Blakeley said how would they sit in the framework?
Ken Harrison (Vice-Chair) said some were over two years old and in urgent need of attention.
Cllr Bob Wilkins asked if he had deleted things after 5?
Cllr Chris Blakeley said he was adding 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 followed by A, B and C.
The Chair, Brian Cummings mentioned the Head of Law.
Cllr Chris Blakeley referred to A, B and C from the recommendation.
The Chair said this had started as an asset management problem, there had been extenuating circumstances and he had been put in charge which meant that something gives. He though the protocol was fine.
Cllr Chris Blakeley referred to 1 to 5 and the protocol asking about D?
Cllr John Salter mentioned 1 to 5 and A, B and C plus D to monitor over twelve months.
Surjit Tour said there would be an update to future meetings on monitoring progress.
Cllr Chris Blakeley referred to 1 to 5, followed by A, B and C from the original recommendation.
It was agreed.