Cumulative Impact Assessment – Consultation
Worcester City Council is seeking comments from businesses and members of the public regarding proposed changes to the cumulative impact sections of its Statement of Licensing Policy.
This follows the development of a Cumulative Impact Assessment, which is a new requirement in law. Cumulative Impact is defined as the impact on crime and disorder, public safety, public nuisance and protecting children from harm when a significant number of premises undertaking licensable activities such as alcohol sales and hot food sales between 11pm and 5am are concentrated in a small area.
Closing date: 25 February 2020
Additional Licensing of Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) and the Continuation of the Scheme
Worcester City Council currently runs an Additional Licencing Scheme for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO). This scheme requires landlords to have a licence for these HMO’s and to meet property safety and amenity standards. The current Additional Licencing scheme will expire on 31 August 2020, so we would welcome your views on:
- The impact of the Additional Licensing Scheme;
- Whether Worcester City Council should continue the Additional Licensing Scheme
Your views will form part of the evidence base which the Council will consider before making a decision on whether to continue to declare a further Additional Licensing Scheme.
Closing date: 5 February 2020
Healthy Worcester Plan 2019-2021 survey
We are seeking your views on the Healthy Worcester Plan 2019/2021 to improve the health and well being of the residents of Worcester City.
The Plan sets out Healthy Worcester’s eight priorities for the next two years and the activities that will be carried out in order to achieve them.
Closing date: Friday 24 January 2020
Park Avenue Conservation Area and Riverside Conservation Area Appraisal Consultations
A public exhibition will be held at Gheluvelt Park Sons of Rest Building on Monday 6 January between 4-8pm and at The Guildhall on Tuesday 7 January between 10am-6pm.
There will be the opportunity to discuss the Appraisal with the City Council’s Conservation and Heritage Team and make your comments. The exhibition will then be left on display at The Guildhall until Monday 13 January, 2020.