Agenda and minutes

Venue: Virtual - MS Teams

Contact: James Welbourn  Democratic and Civic Officer

Note: Regulatory Committee will meet at the rising of Licensing Committee. 


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Chairman's Welcome and Register of Attendance

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The Chairman welcomed all Members and Officers to the second meeting of the Regulatory Committee to be held virtually. She acknowledged the meeting was being broadcast live and welcomed any members of the public who may have been watching.


The Chairman undertook the register of attendance for Members and each Councillor confirmed their attendance individually.


The Democratic Services Officer completed the register of attendance for Officers and, as with Members, each Officer confirmed their attendance individually.








Public Participation

Up to 15 minutes are allowed for public participation.  Participants are restricted to 3 minutes each.

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The Democratic and Civic Officer confirmed there was no public participation for the meeting.




Declarations of Interest

Members may make declarations of Interest at this point or may make them at any point in the meeting

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There were no declarations of interest at this point in the meeting.




Minutes of Previous meetings pdf icon PDF 288 KB

To approve the minutes of the Regulatory Committee held on 4 June 2020.

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RESOLVED that the minutes of the meeting of the Regulatory Committee held on Thursday, 4 June 2020 be confirmed and signed as an accurate record.






Matters Arising and Discharge of Trinity Arts Centre PSPO pdf icon PDF 159 KB

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The Chairman invited the Housing and Enforcement Manager to comment on the matters arising. It was noted that the majority of the matters arising were marked as completed.  The Housing Enforcement Manager highlighted to the committee that following their previous decision 4 June, the Trinity Arts Centre PSPO had now been formally discharged.  The arising delegated decision notice had been shared with Members.  Throughout the course of the consultation no evidence had been raised to suggest the PSPO should not be discharged.  Statutory consultees had raised no additional concerns and whilst officers had met with the Ward Members, they had expressed views similar to those raised in the Committee meeting on 4 June.


Since the formal discharge on 6 July there had been no incidents and the situation would continue to be monitored.  Members noted that a general PSPO monitoring update report was due to be submitted to Committee in December 2020.


With no further discussion, the matters arising schedule was NOTED .