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Notices of private meetings of the Executive

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Executive Meetings are held on a monthly basis, on a Tuesday at 1pm in the Town Hall. Members of the public are entitled, and welcome, to attend.

Copies of the agenda and the reports for each meeting are available on ModernGov, or provided to you at the meeting itself should you wish to attend.

Private meetings

In exceptional circumstances, the council can, by law, exclude members of the public from all, or part, of an Executive decision-making meeting. The council must give notice in advance of its intention to hold a private meeting. If members of the public disagree with the plan to hold a private meeting, they may give a response (called a 'representation') to say why they think the item should be discussed in public.

Upcoming private meetings

Subject to approval by the Executive at the respective meeting, the items below are considered to be exempt under Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972.

Expected date of meeting

Meeting of

Key decision?

Subject

Reason for exemption

5 October 2021

Executive

Yes

Centre Square investment opportunity

The report seeks authority in relation to the development of a new office unit on the former Melrose House site to facilitate a significant inward investment/relocation.

Pursuant to Paragraph 3 of Schedule 12a of the Local Government Act 1972:

Information relating to the financial or business affairs of any particular person (including the authority holding that information).

9 November 2021

Executive

Yes

Strategic town centre acquisition

The report seeks authority to commence and conclude the process to potentially acquire a property asset in the town centre.

Pursuant to Paragraph 3 of Schedule 12a of the Local Government Act 1972:

Information relating to the financial or business affairs of any particular person (including the authority holding that information).

Making a representation

To make a representation, please contact the Monitoring Officer, Charlotte Benjamin, via email to charlotte_benjamin@middlesbrough.gov.uk at least 10 working days before the expected meeting date.

The council is required to make a statement in response to any representations made. This page will be updated to include details of any representations, as well as the council's response.

Responses to representations

Representations made for an exempt report to be discussed in public

The council's response to the representations

None currently

None currently

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