To consider the recommendations from the
review into Integrated Enforcement. The review will explore
alternative service delivery models for enforcement which can
consistently and effectively improve enforcement services in
Bracknell Forest, but also be flexible enough to respond to
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Affects more than 1 ward;
Decision status: For Determination
Wards affected: (All Wards);
Notice of proposed decision first published: 02/02/2022
Decision due: 19 Jul 2022 by Executive
Lead member: Councillor John Porter, Chair of Licensing and Safety Committee and Communities and Environment Overview and Scrutiny Panel firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead director: Executive Director: Delivery
Contact: Joey Gurney, Governance and Scrutiny Officer Email: email@example.com.
Mapping exercise; desk top analysis,
interviews, evidence gathering sessions.
- Carrying out a mapping exercise to establish
which officers in the Council currently have enforcement
responsibilities, for example car park enforcement, licensing,
environmental health, community safety, Planning Enforcement,
- Interviewing good practice within other local authorities,
- Interviewing representatives from various departments within the Council, the Parish and Town Councils and Thames Valley Police.
- Overview and Scrutiny Commission will review report
Making Representations: In writing to the Executive Director: Delivery
Financial Impact: The review seeks to engage and influence those responsible for enforcement and explore potential avenues of different levels of integration. Any financial implications for Bracknell Forest Council arising from the recommendations will either be a) confirmed as remaining within existing approved budgets, b) fully costed or c) identified as requiring a feasibility study to be completed.
Document(s) to be considered: Integrated Enforcement Overview and Scrutiny Report