Agenda

Venue: Dean of Guild Court Room - City Chambers

Contact: Natalie Le Couteur  Martin Scott

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Items
No. Item

1. Order of Business

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1.1

Order of Business

Including any notices of motion and any other items of business submitted as urgent for consideration at the meeting.

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2. Declaration of Interests

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2.1

Declaration of Interests

Members should declare any financial and non-financial interests they have in the items of business for consideration, identifying the relevant agenda item and the nature of their interest.

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3. Deputations

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3.1

Deputations

If any

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4. Minutes

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Minutes pdf icon PDF 144 KB

Minute of Culture and Communities Committee of 10 September 2019  – submitted for approval as a correct record

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5. Forward Planning

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5.1

Work Programme pdf icon PDF 81 KB

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5.2

Rolling Actions Log pdf icon PDF 217 KB

Rolling Actions Log – November 2019

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6. Business Bulletin

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6.1

Culture and Communities Business Bulletin pdf icon PDF 2 MB

Culture and Communities Business Bulletin

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7. Presentations

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7.1

Edinburgh's Christmas and Edinburgh's Hogmanay - Briefing on 2018/19 Events

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7.2

Community Justice - Payback Order

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7.3

John Brennan - NHS Physical Activity Strategy

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7.4

Sarah Hawkins - Projekt 42: The Benefit of Co-creating Services with the Community

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8. Executive Decisions

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8.1

Physical Activity and Sport Strategy: Progress Update pdf icon PDF 603 KB

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8.2

Sports Pitch Maintenance pdf icon PDF 124 KB

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8.3

Council Companies - Edinburgh Leisure Annual Performance Report 2018/19 pdf icon PDF 96 KB

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8.4

Capital Theatres Company Performance Report 2018/19 pdf icon PDF 130 KB

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8.5

Burns & Beyond Festival 2020 pdf icon PDF 5 MB

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8.6

Central Library Future Development pdf icon PDF 121 KB

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8.7

Tourism Strategy Consultation pdf icon PDF 794 KB

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9. Routine Decisions

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9.1

Internal Audit – Communities and Families, Safer and Stronger Communities Historic Audit Actions- referral from the Governance, Risk and Best Value Committee pdf icon PDF 155 KB

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10. Motions

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10.1

By Councillor Staniforth - Edinburgh's Christmas

 

Motion by Councillor Staniforth – Edinburgh’s Christmas

 

Committee:

1.       Notes the motion agreed by Governance, Risk and Best Value Committee on 29 October entitled “Edinburgh’s Christmas”, including the detailed supporting information.

 

2.       Notes the availability of a range of different hard standing spaces which offer an alternative setting for Christmas and Hogmanay events.

 

3.       Agrees to urgently collaborate with Underbelly to look at options to relocate the Christmas Market from East Princes Street Gardens to a hard standing space in central Edinburgh to enable contracted events to take place and which would allow East Princes Street Gardens fully to open for general public use.

4.       Agrees that council contractees failing to apply for planning permission on time sets a bad example and that in future all cultural events associated with the council will be expected to apply for planning permission (and all other relevant permissions) before the construction of any structure begins.

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10.2

Motion by Councillor Rae - Bingham Cup

Motion by Councillor Rae - Bingham Cup

 

Committee:

1.       Notes the launch on Friday 25th October of the Bingham Cup 2022 Bid, facilitated by the Caledonian Thebans RFC, which aims to bring the biggest world's LGBT-inclusive rugby tournament to Edinburgh in 2022.

 

2.       Notes the Bingham Cup enjoys participation from over 100 city-based teams from across the world.

 

3.       Recognises the immense and wide-ranging benefits that hosting this global inclusive sporting event will bring to our City.

 

4.       Acknowledges the input required from stakeholders across the City to facilitate the success of the bid.

 

5.       Therefore requests Council form a Steering Group, inviting key stakeholders including Scottish Rugby and the Bingham Cup Bid Committee to participate, with the objective of bringing the Bingham Cup 2022 to Edinburgh.

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Motions and Amendments pdf icon PDF 123 KB

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