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Martyn Tittley

County Councillor for Lichfield Rural WestMartyn Tittley

Annual Report 1 April 2018 – 31 March 2019

Introduction

I was first elected as County Councillor for the Lichfield Rural West electoral division in May 2013.  

My division lies in the north west of Lichfield and includes the wards of Colton and Mavesyn Ridware, Armitage with Handsacre, Kings Bromley and part of the ward of Highfield and covers approximately 9868 hectares with a population of 14,459.

Special Responsibilities 

I am Chairman of Audit and Standards CommitteeCommittee Membership and Attendance Record 

My committee membership and attendance record can be seen below: 

Audit and Standards Committee

  • Possible: 6
  • Actual: 6

Corporate Review Committee

  • Possible: 12
  • Actual: 6
  • Apologies: 6

County Council

  • Possible: 6
  • Actual: 6

Local Member Priority Meeting – Lichfield

  • Possible: 2
  • Actual: 0
  • Apologies: 2

Pensions Committee

  • Possible: 6
  • Actual: 3
  • Apologies: 3

Totals

  • Possible: 32
  • Actual: 21 (66%)
  • Apologies: 11 (34%)

Schemes supported under the Staffordshire Local Community Fund

ApplicantAmount: Description

Longdon Parish Council

£2,500.00: Funding towards new gateway signs 4 for Longdon Village and 1 for Longdon Green to enhance the villages.

The Church of St John the Baptist Armitage

£1,500.00: Funding towards a new sound system and induction loop to the Parish church.

Longdon Pre-school

£773.36: Funding toward playhouse, outdoor balance beams, river stones, giant octoplay, storage, planters creepy crawlies outdoor board as part of the refurbishment of the outdoor play area.

Curborough, Elmhurst, Farewell and Chorley Parish Council

£2,726.64: Funding towards 4 gateway signs and installation, 3 junction warning signs and installation and 3 slow road markings to help reduce the speed going through the village as they are an unrestricted speed area.

Mavesyn Ridware Parish Council

£200.00: Funding to install 2 speed camera signs that the community speed watch committee have purchased.

Armitage with Handsacre Village Hall Committee

£1,300.00: Funding to replace 2 CCTV cameras to ensure the safety of the building and surrounding play area for the communities enjoyment.

Total

 £9,000.00

 Councillor Development

DateEvent

 5 February 2019

Skype Training for Members

11 October 2018

School Governance Briefing

My Allowances and Expenses

DescriptionAmount

Basic Allowance

£9,406.32

Special Responsibility Allowance

£4,166.04

Mileage

£0.00

Other

£0.00

Subsistence

£0.00

Total Paid

£13,572.36

Mileage from my home to County Buildings, where many meetings take place, is 26 miles return.  

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