Tourism, Equalities, Communities & Culture Committee




14 January 2021






Councillors: , Ebel (Joint Chair), Powell (Joint Chair), Rainey (Deputy Chair), Evans (Opposition Spokesperson), Nemeth (Group Spokesperson), Grimshaw, Mac Cafferty, Mears, O'Quinn and Simson


Stephanie Prior, Lola BanJoko (B&H - CCG), Joanna Martindale (Community Voluntary Sector) and Nick May (Sussex Police)


Greg Weaver

Democratic Services Officer

01273 291214



























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56       Procedural Business



(a)         Declarations of Substitutes:  Where councillors are unable to attend a meeting, a substitute Member from the same political group may attend, speak and vote in their place for that meeting.


(b)         Declarations of Interest: 


(a)      Disclosable pecuniary interests;

(b)      Any other interests required to be registered under the local code;

(c)      Any other general interest as a result of which a decision on the matter might reasonably be regarded as affecting you or a partner more than a majority of other people or businesses in the ward/s affected by the decision.


In each case, you need to declare

(i)        the item on the agenda the interest relates to;

(ii)      the nature of the interest; and

(iii)     whether it is a disclosable pecuniary interest or some other interest.


If unsure, Members should seek advice from the committee lawyer or administrator preferably before the meeting.


(c)          Exclusion of Press and Public:  To consider whether, in view of the nature of the business to be transacted or the nature of the proceedings, the press and public should be excluded from the meeting when any of the following items are under consideration.


Note:  Any item appearing in Part Two of the agenda states in its heading the category under which the information disclosed in the report is exempt from disclosure and therefore not available to the press and public. A list and description of the exempt categories is available for public inspection at Brighton and Hove Town Halls and on-line in the Constitution at part 7.1.













57       Changes to Membership and Chairing of the TECC Committee



  1. To note the resignation of Cllr Rainey as a member of the committee and the appointment of Cllr Osborne with effect from the 14th January 2021;


  1. To note the resignation of Cllr Ebel as Joint Chair of the Committee and agree the appointment of Cllr Osbourne as a Joint Chair with immediate effect; and


  1. To agree the appointment of Councillor Ebel as Deputy Chair of the Committee with immediate effect.





58       Minutes

7 - 20


To consider the minutes of the meeting held on 19 November 2020. (Copy attached)



Contact Officer:

Greg Weaver

Tel: 01273 291214





59       Chairs Communications





60       Call Over



(a)          Items (63 – 66) will be read out at the meeting and Members invited to reserve the items for consideration.


(b)          Those items not reserved will be taken as having been received and the reports’ recommendations agreed.





61       Public Involvement

21 - 24


To consider the following matters raised by members of the public:


(a)          Petitions: To receive any petitions presented by members of the public;


(b)         Written Questions: To receive any questions submitted by the due date of 12 noon on 8 January 2021;


(i)            Pollution – Adrian Hill


(c)          Deputations: To receive any deputations submitted by the due date of 12 noon on 8 January 2021.


(i)            Beach Chalets – Mo Marsh





62       Member Involvement

25 - 30


To consider the following matters raised by Members:


(a)         Petitions: To receive any petitions;


(b)         Written Questions: To consider any written questions;


1)    Public Space Protection Orders – Councillor Nemeth

2)    Effect of Sewage Overspills on Water Sports – Councillor Nemeth

3)    Funding Maintenance Plans – Councillor Nemeth


(c)          Letters: To consider any letters;


(d)         Notices of Motion: to consider any Notices of Motion referred from Full Council or submitted directly to the Committee.


(i)            Improving Availabiity of Beach Huts and Chalets –

Councillor Nancy Platts






63       Beach Chalet Letting Policy

31 - 42


Report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture



Contact Officer:

Ian Shurrock

Tel: 01273 292084



Ward Affected:

All Wards






64       Brighton and Hove Cultural Recovery Plan

43 - 74


Report of the Report of the Executive Director, Economy, Environment & Culture



Contact Officer:

Donna Chisholm




Ward Affected:

All Wards






65       Field Officer Team : Progress Report

75 - 84


Report of the Interim Executive Director Housing, Neighbourhoods and Communities



Contact Officer:

Annie Sparks

Tel: 01273 292436



Ward Affected:

All Wards






66       Anti-racism pledge update

85 - 88


Report of the Interim Director: Housing, Neighbourhoods and Communities



Contact Officer:

Sarah Tighe-Ford

Tel: 01273 292301



Ward Affected:

All Wards






67       Items referred for Full Council



To consider items to be submitted to the 28 January 2021 Council meeting for information.


In accordance with Procedure Rule 24.3a, the Committee may determine that any item is to be included in its report to Council. In addition, any Group may specify one further item to be included by notifying the Chief Executive no later than 10am on the eighth working day before the Council meeting at which the report is to be made, or if the Committee meeting take place after this deadline, immediately at the conclusion of the Committee meeting






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Date of Publication - Wednesday, 6 January 2021

























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