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Agenda and minutes

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1.

Introductions, apologies, substitutions and declarations of interest

Minutes:

1.1        The Chair welcomed Members and members of the public to the meeting.

1.2        Apologies for absence were received from Gwenda Thomas AM, Mike Hedges AM, Jocelyn Davies AM and Mark Isherwood AM. John Griffiths AM, Lynne Neagle AM, Bethan Jenkins AM and Suzy Davies AM substituted for them in accordance with Standing Order 17.48.

(09.15 - 10.45)

2.

Historic Environment (Wales) Bill: evidence session 8 - Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism

Ken Skates AM, Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism

Gwilym Hughes, Chief Inspector, Cadw

Eifiona Williams, Lawyer, Welsh Government

 

Supporting documents:

Historic Environment (Wales) Bill

Explanatory Memorandum

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

2.1 The Committee received evidence from:

 

·         Ken Skates AM, Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism

·         Gwilym Hughes, Chief Inspector, Cadw

·         Eifiona Williams, Lawyer, Welsh Government

 

2.2 The Deputy Minister agreed to provide:

·         The basis of the estimated costs of placing a statutory duty on local authorities to create and maintain local lists of historic assets;

·         The timetable for the report of the Expert Panel on the review of future delivery and sustainability of museums;

·         An update on the progress made against the Committee’s recommendation in its 2013 report on the Welsh Government’s Historic Environment Policy; that the Welsh Government should explore options to introduce a system so that, where local authority searches show that a building is listed and/or in a conservation area, the new owner is provided by the local authority with clear guidance concerning restrictions and responsibilities associated with the listed status.

·         Details of the analysis of the eight heritage partnership agreements which have piloted in England.

3.

Papers to note

Supporting documents:

Minutes:

3.1        The Committee noted the papers.

 

4.

Motion under Standing Order 17.42 (vi) to resolve to exclude the public from the remainder of the meeting

Minutes:

4.1        The Committee agreed the motion.

(10.45 - 11.30)

5.

Historic Environment (Wales) Bill: discussion of evidence received in session 8 and consideration of key issues

Minutes:

5.1 The Committee discussed the evidence received and considered the key issues, to inform its Stage 1 report.

(11.30 - 11.45)

6.

Inquiry into Poverty in Wales: community-based approaches to tackling poverty - consideration of scoping paper

Minutes:

6.1 The Committee discussed the scoping paper and agreed its approach for the inquiry into poverty in Wales: community-based approaches to tackling poverty.

(11.45 - 12.00)

7.

Renting Homes (Wales) Bill: order of consideration for Stage 2 proceedings

Minutes:

7.1 The Committee discussed and agreed the order of consideration for Stage 2 proceedings for the Renting Homes (Wales) Bill: sections 7 to 29, sections 31 to 88, sections 90 to 101, sections 103 to 119, sections 121 to 131, sections 133 to 145, sections 147 to 255, Schedules 2 to 11, section 30, section 89, section 102, section 120, section 132, section 146, sections 1 to 4, Schedule 1, sections 5 to 6, Long title.

 

(12.00 - 12.15)

8.

Consideration of forward work programme

Minutes:

8.1 The Committee discussed the forward work programme for the autumn term.

 

 

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