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  • Glasgow City Council
    hours catering street trading public entertainment taxis and private hire cars The Licensing and Regulatory Committee the Committee is responsible for determining applications for licences to carry out these activities and over the years it has developed a number of policies and conditions in order to regulate these licensed activities As with any policy or condition the Committee must consider whether to allow for any exceptions to be made on a case by case basis While there is no statutory obligation to review existing policies and conditions as a matter of good practice they should be reviewed from time to time to ensure that each policy and condition remains necessary and appropriate in terms of the above licensing objectives and in terms of promoting the Council s key priorities which include improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Council services building a prosperous city and improving health and well being As such a wide ranging consultation and review exercise is being undertaken to identify any changes which are considered necessary to these policies and conditions and any areas where new policy development or conditions are required As part of this review the Licensing Authority is inviting views on its current policy

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  • Glasgow City Council
    part of the 4Rs programme If the proposal is agreed parents and children would be consulted on the name for the new Family Learning Centre The new Family Learning Centre would be located on the ground floor of the existing Gadburn School building It would provide significantly enhanced early years provision for the local community Consultation start date 03 October 2013 Consultation end date 21 October 2013 Feedback date Due

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  • Glasgow City Council
    a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Public Entertainment Licence Consultation Corporate Services 03 May 2012 31 Jul 2012 Aim s Premises in Glasgow providing certain types of Entertainment require a Public Entertainment Licence In 1983 the Licensing Authority decided that the following activities constituted Entertainment Dance Halls Discotheques that do not have a Liquor Licence Exhibitions Fairgrounds Boxing Judo or Karate Shows Circuses Snooker Billiard and Pool Halls that do not have a Liquor Licence Theatres Public Shows Sunbeds Ice Rinks The Licensing Authority also decided in 1983 that the following types of Entertainment and Premises should be exempt from the requirement to have a Public Entertainment Licence Gala Days Fetes and other similar Outdoor Events of a small scale community nature School Halls Church Halls Previously only premises providing certain types of Entertainment where there was a payment of money or money s worth for admittance to or use of the facilities required a Public Entertainment Licence Due to a change in the Civic Government Scotland Act 1982 from 1 April 2012 a Public Entertainment Licence is required where premises are being used to provide Entertainment whether or not there is a charge money or otherwise for the Entertainment On 23rd February 2012 the Licensing and Regulatory Committee decided that a Public Entertainment Licence shall not be required in respect of premises or activities where Entertainment is being provided on a non commercial basis for a temporary period not exceeding 6 weeks This step was taken by the committee in order to reduce the impact of changes to the Civic Government Scotland Act 1982 The committee also concluded that a six month review and consultation on how all forms of public entertainment are licensed in the city should be undertaken Summary Of Results Outcome File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Calton Area Development Framework Development and Regeneration Services 05 Apr 2012 23 Jun 2012 Aim s Have your say on Calton s future development The Calton Area Development Framework is uniquely positioned to act as a means by which local people can influence the Council s detailed guidance for development in and around the Calton Area of the city There are a number of ways you can comment on the ideas we will put forward in this document Please refer to page 66 Your Response Your chance to Comment for information on how you can respond and take part in forthcoming consultation events Summary Of Results Outcome The Calton Area Development Framework has now been finalised and is avaliable To view the Framework please click on the link below Calton Area Development Framework File name File size Download time based on a 56k modem File type Consultation Name Title Council Section Service Consultation Start Date Consultation End Date Licensing Consultation On sales Licensed Hours on a Sunday City of

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  • Glasgow City Council
    a positive impact on their locality and where any premises do cause problems they are addressed swiftly and in the most appropriate manner The views of local residents community councils and the licensed trade are fundamental to the development of these policies Consultation start date 02 September 2013 Consultation end date 31 October 2013 Feedback date Due 02 December 2013 Method s of Consultation On line Questionnaire Postal Questionnaire Target Group s Stakeholders General public Take part Take part Contact Section Service Address Email Licensing Board City of Glasgow Licensing Board 235 George Street G1 1QZ licensingboard glasgow gov uk Document URL Format File size Supplier Contact Type Draft Statement Word document 375 Kb Internal licensingboard glasgow gov uk Report Draft Overprovision Assessment Word document 82 Kb Internal licensingboard glasgow gov uk Report Summary of Changes to Licensing Board Policy Word document 38 Kb Internal licensingboard glasgow gov uk Report Covering Comments Word document 32 Kb Internal licensingboard glasgow gov uk Report Comments Form Word document 35 Kb Internal licensingboard glasgow gov uk Report Calton PDF document 979 Kb Internal licensingboard glasgow gov uk Report Carntyne West PDF document 877 Kb Internal licensingboard glasgow gov uk Report Ibrox PDF document

    Original URL path: https://www.glasgowconsult.co.uk/KMS/dmart.aspx?strTab=PublicDMartCompleted&PageContext=PublicDMart&PageType=item&DMartId=687&breadcrumb_pc=PublicDMartCompleted&breadcrumb_pg=search&breadcrumb_pn=dmart.aspx&filter_Status=2 (2016-02-14)
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  • Glasgow City Council
    challenges which need to be addressed in order to protect its special architectural and historic interest review existing conservation area boundaries and suggest changes where appropriate identify opportunities for its preservation and enhancement Residents property owners and local groups have a major role to play in the preparation of conservation area appraisals and their involvement and support is fundamental to the success of the whole process The attached leaflet provides details of how you may comment and contribute to the appraisal preparation A questionnaire is also attached to guide your comments Paper copies of the Draft Appraisal will be deposited at local libraries and the Councils DRS enquiries desk at 231 George Street Glasgow G1 1QU Comments should be e mailed to appraisal drs glasgow gov uk or posted to the above address to be received by 31 st October 2013 Consultation start date 23 August 2013 Consultation end date 31 October 2013 Feedback date Due 30 November 2013 Method s of Consultation Postal Questionnaire Email Target Group s Stakeholders General public Take part Take part Contact Section Service Address Email Woodlands Conservation Area Appraisal Development and Regeneration Services 231 George Street Glasgow G1 1RX appraisal drs glasgow gov uk

    Original URL path: https://www.glasgowconsult.co.uk/KMS/dmart.aspx?strTab=PublicDMartCompleted&PageContext=PublicDMart&PageType=item&DMartId=686&breadcrumb_pc=PublicDMartCompleted&breadcrumb_pg=search&breadcrumb_pn=dmart.aspx&filter_Status=2 (2016-02-14)
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  • Glasgow City Council
    LDP for Glasgow To ensure that the City s coverage remains up to date and relevant the City Council is preparing a new LDP for Glasgow which on completion scheduled for 2014 will replace City Plan 2 Consultation start date 16 August 2013 Consultation end date 01 October 2013 Feedback date Due 16 December 2013 Method s of Consultation Statutory Notice Target Group s General public Contact Section Service Address

    Original URL path: https://www.glasgowconsult.co.uk/KMS/dmart.aspx?strTab=PublicDMartCompleted&PageContext=PublicDMart&PageType=item&DMartId=685&breadcrumb_pc=PublicDMartCompleted&breadcrumb_pg=search&breadcrumb_pn=dmart.aspx&filter_Status=2 (2016-02-14)
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  • Glasgow City Council
    part of the campus on the St Brendan s Primary School site The new campus would be a new build encompassing a new St Brendan s Primary School a new non denominational primary school and a new early years establishment The campus would also include a day evening community facility managed by Glasgow Life which would incorporate a dance studio fitness suite and a separate changing and reception facilities There

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  • Glasgow City Council
    School with Ashcraig Secondary School in the current Ashcraig building which will be refurbished It is proposed to close Milton School and Ashcraig Secondary School and to create a new special school in the Ashcraig building Consultation start date 30 July 2013 Consultation end date 13 September 2013 Feedback date Due 22 September 2013 Method s of Consultation On line Questionnaire Target Group s Schools Parents General public Take part

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