Venue: Meadfoot Room, Town Hall, Castle Circus, Torquay, TQ1 3DR
Contact: Lisa Antrobus Governance Support Officer
Election of Chairman/woman
To elect a Chairman/woman for the meeting.
To receive apologies for absence, including notifications of any changes to the membership of the Committee.
Declarations of interests
To receive declarations of non pecuniary interests in respect of items on this agenda
For reference: Having declared their non pecuniaryinterest members may remain in the meeting and speak and, vote on the matter in question. A completed disclosure of interests form should be returned to the Clerk before the conclusion of the meeting.
To receive declarations of disclosable pecuniary interests in respect of items on this agenda
For reference: Where a Member has a disclosable pecuniary interest he/she must leave the meeting during consideration of the item. However, the Member may remain in the meeting to make representations, answer questions or give evidence if the public have a right to do so, but having done so the Member must then immediately leave the meeting, may not vote and must not improperly seek to influence the outcome of the matter. A completed disclosure of interests form should be returned to the Clerk before the conclusion of the meeting.
(Please Note: If Members and Officers wish to seek advice on any potential interests they may have, they should contact Governance Support or Legal Services prior to the meeting.)
To consider any other items that the Chairman decides are urgent.
To consider an application for a Review of a Premises Licence in respect of the Bolton Hotel, New Road, Brixham.
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