Consultation on the draft Assessment of whether the regulatory burden imposed by the proposed byelaws is proportionate.
The Parish Council has had bye laws covering its recreation grounds, parks, play areas and open spaces since 1955.
It has decided that it is now time to review those bye laws and bring them up to date.
In particular, the Council wants to make the bye laws less complex and more consistent with modern practice, remove restrictions that are no longer required, reflect changes to the areas owned or controlled by the Council since 1955, and ensure that any bye laws are a robust framework for tackling the unfortunate spates of anti-social behaviour that happen from time to time.
Following the consultation held in July 2017 to October 2017 encouraging residents to help shape an updated set of byelaws designed to enable everyone to share and enjoy Glenfield's parks and green spaces, we are now required to consult and seek the comments and inputs from local users of these facilities on a draft assessment of whether the regulatory burden imposed by the proposed changes to the byelaws is proportionate.
- Report to accompany proposals to make new byelaws (PDF, 391 Kb)
- Appendix 1 - Draft Byelaws (PDF, 337 Kb)
- Appendix 2 - Land to which the Byelaws apply (PDF, 322 Kb)
- Appendix 3- Byelaws - Glenfield PC - LGA 1894 S.8 1955 (PDF, 507 Kb)
- Analysis of Impact of Proposed Changes to the Byelaws (PDF, 493 Kb)
- Assessment of Regulatory Impacts of proposed changes to byelaws (PDF, 533 Kb)
If you have any comments on the draft regulatory assessment, please send these to the Parish Manager either in writing or by e-mail by the 30th April 2018 at the latest.
firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Glenfield Parish Council, Park House, Stamford Street, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8DL.