Section 141 Policing and Crime Act 2017 assessment of Cumulative Impact Policy 2018
The Council is required by law, to conduct every three years, an assessment of any Cumulative Impact Policy it has in place. One such Policy is currently in place covering an area corresponding to Stourbridge Town centre ( 2015 Map of actual area attached)
This Policy was introduced under The Police and Crime Act 2001.
This has an effect on the authority when considering the licensing of new premises, and potential variations to existing Licenses .
Dudley Council is conducting an assessment of the above Policy.
The Council will then decide, in February 2019,whether to maintain, amend or remove this policy from that area.
If have a view on this matter we invite you to provide it either by:
By post Licensing Team Dudley MBC, Unit 1 Hurst Business Park , Narrow Boat way Brierley Hill DY5 1UF .
Email to Liquor.licensing @Dudley.gov.uk
It is a requirement that the Council, evidence that decision.
Therefore please include evidence, to validate any views you may have. WE REQUIRE ANY REPLIES BY 26th OCTOBER 2018
How we collect and use Information
We refer you to the following link in respect of the council policy
The consultees will be contacted as per lists currently held by the council. They will be invited to visit the webpage, or email, or post their views to the Licensing team.
Dudley council will use the information supplied, in the following ways.
A record will be kept of whom consulted
A record of the replies received, these will be used to allow the Council to decide on whether the current assessment is valid.
The replies will be shared within the Licensing Authority and with elected members on the relevant committee.
The information will be retained for a period of three years, the timescale between consultation periods.
The information will not be shared with other third parties unless required by law.