Agenda and minutes

Licencing Committee - Thursday, 6th October, 2022 9.30 am

Venue: Hybrid - Neuadd Cyngor Ceredigion, Penmorfa, Aberaeron / remotely via video conference

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The Chair welcomed all Members to the meeting.



Councillor Steve Davies, Endaf Edwards and Caryl Roberts apologised for their inability to attend the meeting.


Councillor Amanda Edwards apologised for her inability to attend the meeting as she was on other Council duties.



Personal Matters




Disclosure of Personal / Prejudicial Interests


Councillor Euros Davies declared a personal interest in Temporary Event Notices.



Minutes of Previous meetings of the Committee pdf icon PDF 65 KB


It was RESOLVED to confirm as a true record the minutes of the meeting of the Committee held on the 14 July 2022 subject to noting that Councillor Paul Hinge had tendered his apologies.


Matters arsing

6(iii) It had been confirmed that a letter had been sent to the Gambling

commission. It was reported that they had informed Officers that these comments should be submitted when the next consultation would be held by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS)



General Update pdf icon PDF 144 KB


Consideration was given upon the Report on the General update. The report had been presented in order to update Members on relevant matters, with regard to the Licensing Act 2003 and the Gambling Act 2005.


The following update was provided on Licensing Act 2003 Associated Matters:-

  • Eisteddfod Tregaron 2022
  • Contested Applications (Reviews/Appeals)
  • Temporary Event Notices


In relation to the Gambling Act 2005 Associated Matters, the following was updated:-


  • Gambling Act Review White Paper



It was AGREED to

(i) note the report for information;

(ii) that the comments of concerns raised by Members in relation to the issues for disabled visitors/parents to the Eisteddfod would be passed on to the Officers in the Eisteddfod to address prior to the next Eisteddfod; and

(iii) to note that the next consultation in relation to Gambling Act would be circulated as the norm via the Councils Facebook and press avenues