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Neighbourhoods and Community Safety Group Legal Actions

Meeting: 16/11/2010 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Neighbourhoods and Housing. (Item 29)

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The purpose of this report is to enable the Executive Member to review the results of legal actions (prosecutions, cautions and fixed penalties) undertaken by Environmental Health, Trading Standards and Licensing Services in the Communities and Neighbourhoods Directorate for the period 1 July 2010 – 30 September 2010 and to approve the continuation of the current enforcement policy.

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Decision:

RESOLVED:             That the Executive Member approved the report and the continuation of the current enforcement policy.

 

REASON:                  So that the Executive Member reviews formal enforcement activity undertaken by Environmental Health, Trading Standards and Licensing Services.

Minutes:

The Executive Member considered a report which reviewed the results of legal actions (prosecutions, cautions and fixed penalties) undertaken by Environmental Health, Trading Standards and Licensing Services in the Communities and Neighbourhoods Directorate for the period 1st July 2010 – 30 September 2010 and asked for approval for the continuation of the current enforcement policy.

 

Officers outlined the report, in particular a difficult case which had recently been unsuccessful. The Executive Member thanked the Officers involved for their hard work.

 

RESOLVED:             That the Executive Member approved the report and the continuation of the current enforcement policy.

 

REASON:                  So that the Executive Member reviews formal enforcement activity undertaken by Environmental Health, Trading Standards and Licensing Services.


 

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