Correspondence

Rotherham intervention: proposed return of licensing function

The Secretary of State is proposing a revised intervention package for Rotherham which would return the licensing function to the council.

Documents

Letter from DCLG to Rotherham council about a revised intervention package proposed by the Secretary of State (19 October 2016)

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Commissioners’ 18 month progress report - letter to Secretary of State (11 August 2016)

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Commissioners’ 18 month progress report

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Commissioners’ 18 month progress report - appendices

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Commissioners’ 15 month progress report - letter to Secretary of State (10 May 2016)

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Commissioners’ 15 month progress report - appendices A to G

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Commissioners’ 15 month progress report - appendix H - signed letter of support to restoration of licensing function

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Details

On 10 May and 11 August 2016, Rotherham’s Lead Commissioner wrote to the Secretary of State with the 15-month and 18-month progress reports on the work of the commissioners and provided additional information, in support of the return of the licensing function to the council.

The letter from the Department for Communities and Local Government outlines a revised intervention package proposed by the Secretary of State, and invites representations via the council.

See documents relating to the original intervention.

Information about the work of the commissioners can be found on the commissioners’ web pages on the Rotherham council website.

Published 19 October 2016