Issue details

Bury St Edmunds Cumulative Impact Assessment Review

The Cabinet will be asked to consider approving and renewing Cumulative Impact Area in Bury St Edmunds as a Cumulative Impact Assessment (CIA), which has been subject to consultation. This policy was introduced to manage the growth of licensed premises in an area where the number, type and density of premises selling alcohol had been identified as leading to nuisance and disorder. The existing policy requires reviewing to ensure it complies with the legislative changes introduced on 6 April 2018. The Licensing and Regulatory Committee will have been involved with the consultation process.

Decision type: Key

Reason Key: Significant in terms of its effect on communities;

Decision status: Recommendations Approved

Wards affected: Abbeygate; Eastgate; Minden; Southgate; St. Olaves; Tollgate; Westgate;

Notice of proposed decision first published: 24/08/2020

Decision due: 10 Nov 2020 by Cabinet

Lead member: Councillor Andy (Andrew) Drummond, Portfolio Holder for Regulatory and Environment andy.drummond@westsuffolk.gov.uk

Contact: David Collinson, Assistant Director - Planning & Regulatory Services 01284 757042 Email: david.collinson@westsuffolk.gov.uk, Fiona Quinn, Service Manager (Environmental Health) Email: Fiona.quinn@westsuffolk.gov.uk.

Type of Decision: (KD) (e)(ii)

Documents to be submitted: Report to Cabinet with accompanying consultation analysis and background evidence/data.

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