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Agenda and minutes

Venue: Committee Room 2 - Senedd

Contact: Policy: Marc Wyn Jones  / Legislation: Helen Finlayson

Items
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Transcript

1.

Introductions, apologies and substitutions

Minutes:

There were no apologies.

(09.15 - 10.05)

2.

Legislative Consent Memorandum for provisions relating to injunctions to prevent nuisance and annoyance, criminal behaviour orders and the community trigger

 

Welsh Government

CELG(4)-22-13 – Paper 1

 

Lesley Griffiths AM, Minister for Local Government and Government Business

Karin Phillips, Deputy Director, Community Safety Division

Claire Rooks, Policy Manager, Crime and Justice Team

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Committee heard evidence from the Minister for Local Government and Government Business. The Minister agreed to provide the following:

 

Correspondence the Minister has had with the Home Secretary regarding the consultation that has taken place with Children and Young People in relation to the Bill.  

 

A note on the restorative justice funding stream.

 

The Regulatory Impact Assessment produced for the Bill.  

(10.05 - 10.55)

3.

Inquiry into barriers to home building in Wales - Evidence session 1

 

National Federation of Builders Wales Limited -CELG(4)-22-13 – Paper 2

Federation of Master Builders Wales - CELG(4)-22-13 – Paper 3

The Home Builders Federation - CELG(4)-22-13 – Paper 4

 

Paul Bogle, Policy Manager – National Federation of Builders Wales Limited

Richard Jenkins, Director - Federation of Master Builders Wales

Richard Price, Planning and Policy Advisor - Wales – The Home Builders Federation

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Committee heard evidence from the National Federation of Builders Wales Limited, the Federation of Master Builders Wales and the Home Builder Federation.

 

 

(11.05 - 11.45)

4.

Inquiry into barriers to home building in Wales - Evidence session 2

Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru 

CELG(4)-22-13 – Paper 5

 

Keith Edwards, Director

Julie Nicholas, Policy and Public Affairs Manager

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Committee heard evidence from the Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru. They agreed to provide a link to a report on cooperative housing.  

(11.45 - 12.25)

5.

Inquiry into barriers to home building in Wales - Evidence session 3

CELG(4)-22-13 – Paper 6

 

Ian Davies, Managing Director of Fforest Timber Engineering Ltd

Wyn Price, Director of INTEGRA

 

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

The Committee heard evidence from Fforest Timber Engineering Limited and INTEGRA. 

(12.25)

6.

Motion under Standing Order 17.42 to resolve to exclude the public from the meeting for the following business:

Item 7 and 8

Minutes:

The Committee agreed the motion.

(12.25 - 12.35)

7.

Inquiry into Home Adaptations - Consideration of draft report

CELG(4)-22-13 – Private paper 7

Minutes:

The Committee agreed the draft report.

(12.35 - 12.45)

8.

Committee Forward Work Programme - Draft terms of reference

CELG(4)-22-13 – Private paper 8

Minutes:

Subject to a few minor amendments the Committee agreed the terms of reference for the inquiry into collaboration.

9.

Papers to note

Minutes:

The Committee noted the papers.

9a

Additional information from Sport Wales - School Swimming Data 2012 - following meeting on 19 June 2013

CELG(4)-22-13 – Paper to Note - Paper 9

Supporting documents:

9b

Correspondence from the Chair of the Petitions Committee re heritage related petitions

CELG(4)-22-13 – Paper to Note – Paper 10

Supporting documents:

9c

Additional information from Stuart Williams, National Union of Teachers - following meeting on 27 June 2013

CELG(4)-22-13 – Paper to Note – Paper 11

Supporting documents:

9d

Additional information from Simon Jones, Sport Wales - following meeting on 19 June 2013

CELG(4)-22-13 – Paper to Note – Paper 12

 

 

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