Agenda

Extraordinary, Full Council - Tuesday, 7th December, 2021 2.00 pm

Venue: Council Chamber - The Guildhall. View directions

Contact: Stewart Agland  Email: stewart.agland@portsmouthcc.gov.uk

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1.

Declarations of Interest and Apologies for Absence

2.

Deputations from the Public under Standing Order No 24

Deputations by members of the public may be made on any item where a decision is going to be taken.  The request should be made in writing to the contact officer (stewart.agland@portsmouthcc.gov.uk) by 12 noon of the working day before the meeting (so Monday 6 December for this meeting), and must include the purpose of the deputation (for example, for or against the recommendations).  Email requests are accepted.

3.

Granting of the Freedom of the City - Falklands Veterans

That in pursuance of Section 249 of the Local Government Act 1972: -

 

The City Council wishes to record its gratitude and appreciation to all Falklands Veterans.   In April 1982, many sailors, marines, soldiers, aircrew and nurses from all Services went to the South Atlantic and against a highly effective Argentinian Air Force and overwhelming numbers of troops, succeeded in achieving victory and on 14th June 1982, Argentina surrendered.   We honour all those men and women who served their country in this conflict, the 255 who gave their lives and those who were injured by awarding the Freedom of the City of Portsmouth to all Falkland's Veterans. 

 

This resolution be engrossed on vellum and sealed with the common seal for presentation

 

Arrangements be made for the presentation of this resolution and the formal admission to the Freedom of the City.

4.

Granting of the Freedom of the City - Royal Naval Association

That in pursuance of Section 249 of the Local Government Act 1972: -

 

The City Council wishes to record its gratitude and appreciation to the Royal Naval Association (RNA).  The RNA is a national group of Royal Navy serving and veteran personnel, their families, and supporters, with a very close and proud relationship with the City of Portsmouth, the home of the Royal Navy.  RNA members served at home and in the South Atlantic in 1982 and we honour those by awarding the Freedom of the City of Portsmouth to the Royal Naval Association. 

 

This resolution be engrossed on vellum and sealed with the common seal for presentation.

 

Arrangements be made for the presentation of this resolution and the formal admission to the Freedom of the City.

5.

Granting of the Freedom of the City - Royal Marines Association

That in pursuance of Section 249 of the Local Government Act 1972: -

 

The City Council wishes to record its gratitude and appreciation to the Royal Marines Association (RMA). The RMA is a national group of Royal Marines serving and veteran personnel, their families, and supporters, and is the Membership arm of The Royal Marines Charity. The Association highly values its relationship and friendship with the people and City of Portsmouth. RMA members served at home and in the South Atlantic in 1982 and we honour them by awarding the Freedom of the City of Portsmouth to the Royal Marines Association.

 

This resolution be engrossed on vellum and sealed with the common seal for presentation.

 

Arrangements be made for the presentation of this resolution and the formal admission to the Freedom of the City.

6.

Granting of the Freedom of the City - The Association of Wrens and Women of the Royal Naval Services

That in pursuance of Section 249 of the Local Government Act 1972: -

 

The City Council wishes to record its gratitude and appreciation to The Association of Wrens and Women of the Royal Naval Services (AOW). 

 

In 1990 the first Wrens went to sea and the integration of the women into the Royal Navy was completed by 1993.  The Association now covers all areas of the Royal Navy including the Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service (QARNNS) and the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) both of which served in the Falklands conflict, some have their own Associations but are happy to belong to the AOW. 

 

We honour them by awarding the Freedom of the City of Portsmouth to The Association of Wrens and Women of the Royal Naval Services

 

This resolution be engrossed on vellum and sealed with the common seal for presentation.

 

Arrangements be made for the presentation of this resolution and the formal admission to the Freedom of the City.