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Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Current consultations

consultations

We believe that consultation is crucial in helping us make decisions which will affect the Borough and that consultation has a key role in informing and influencing our decision making and activities. Listed below are our current consultations:  

 

Notice of consultation on Gambling Statement of Principles 2019-2022

We are reviewing our current Gambling Statement of Principles which came into force in January 2016.

We have produced a Draft Statement for consultation. The consultation period runs until 28 September 2018.

The Draft Statement document has been sent out to a wide range of consultees for comment including Ward Members, existing licensees, partner organisations and services within the Council.

You can view and/or download the draft statement on our Gambling Act page.

 

Selective Licencing Consultation

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council is considering introducing Selective Licensing of private rented properties within 2 distinct areas of the borough. Full documentation including maps, a full list of streets and the proposed licensing conditions can be found on the attached Selective Licensing web page

You can get involved in the consultation, which will help decide if and how these schemes should go ahead. The consultation will run from 30 July 2018 and will end at 4pm on 8 October 2018.

There is a specific survey for Landlords & Agents and one for Residents, Businesses & other Stakeholders. To take part in the consultation:

For Residents, Businesses and other Stakeholders wanting to take part in the consultation, please complete the attached online form.

For Landlords and Agents wanting to take part in the consultation, please complete the attached online form.

 

Consultation terms and conditions

For consultation data quality management purposes, we reserve the right to remove individual sets of responses from final consultation data sets where it is apparent that responses are either duplicated, inappropriate or submitted using false personal details.