Blaby District Council Consultation - Draft Gambling Act Statement of Licensing Principles 2019 - 2022
Under the Gambling Act 2005 the Licensing Authority, Blaby District Council, is required to publish a 'Statement of Principles' every three years, outlining the procedures it intends to follow in discharging its statutory responsibilities under the Act.
In accordance with that requirement the Licensing Authority has reviewed its current policy and has prepared a draft 'Statement of principles'. The revised policy is now formally published as of 12th October 2018 for public consultation and comment. The consultation period will end on 30th November 2018. More »
The draft policy can be viewed on their website using the link below. Your views are important and we hope that you will be able to consider the draft document and offer any comments that you may have on it.
Anyone wishing to comment on the reviewed Policy can do so by sending a written response by the 30th November 2018 deadline marked for the attention of The Licensing Section, Blaby District Council, Council Offices, Desford Road, Narborough, Leicestershire LE19 2EP or email to email@example.com » Less
Fri, 12 Oct 2018 10:41 by Beverley Greenwood
The leaders of all seven district councils have today unanimously agreed to continue working together to review the current model of local government in Leicestershire.
The leaders of Blaby, Charnwood, Melton, Oadby and Wigston, North West Leicestershire, Harborough and Hinckley and Bosworth councils, said in a joint statement: "The district councils are continuing to work together to look at future service delivery in Leicestershire to ensure it is lean, effective and in touch with residents. More »
"Any potential changes need to be based on a thorough assessment of all options and backed by evidence and communities.
"The district councils will ensure residents, partners and stakeholders are involved in the conversation and fully consulted. The needs of our residents will be put first." » Less
Mon, 08 Oct 2018 08:41 by Beverley Greenwood
WW1 Beacons of Light 11th November 2018
Your chance to pay your personal and community tribute to those millions that gave their lives for their country during the dreadful darkness of four years of War 1914 - 1918.
Glenfield Parish Council will be lighting a beacon in Ellis Park on Sunday 11 November 2018. Doors open at 2.30 pm with an exhibition in both Park House and in the Memorial Hall, Stamford Street. Refreshments available from 6.00 pm with the beacon being lit at 7.00 pm.
Further details to follow.