Agenda item

Environmental Health Fees and Charges 2021/22

Decision:

*RESOLVED –

 

1.    That the proposed fees and charges, including concessionary rates (where applicable), as detailed in Appendix 1 of the officer’s report, be approved and implemented from 1 April, 2021.

 

2.    That the Senior Environmental Health Officer be granted delegated authority to have discretion to offer reduced charges for micro-chipping of dogs at promotional events and campaigns associated with the mandatory chipping that came into effect in April 2016.

 

3.    That the Senior Environmental Health Officer be granted delegated authority to offer an alternative enforcement option, which could include a caution or prosecution, for fly-tipping offences instead of issuing a fixed penalty notice.

 

REASON FOR DECISIONS

 

In accordance with the Council’s Financial Regulations, it is necessary for all fees and charges to be reviewed annually.

Minutes:

The Senior Environmental Health Officer submitted a report setting out the proposed fees and charges for various environmental health functions for 2021/22.

 

The proposed fees and charges were detailed in Appendix 1 of the officer’s report.

 

*RESOLVED –

 

1.    That the proposed fees and charges, including concessionary rates (where applicable), as detailed in Appendix 1 of the officer’s report, be approved and implemented from 1 April, 2021.

 

2.    That the Senior Environmental Health Officer be granted delegated authority to have discretion to offer reduced charges for micro-chipping of dogs at promotional events and campaigns associated with the mandatory chipping that came into effect in April 2016.

 

3.    That the Senior Environmental Health Officer be granted delegated authority to offer an alternative enforcement option, which could include a caution or prosecution, for fly-tipping offences instead of issuing a fixed penalty notice.

REASON FOR DECISIONS

In accordance with the Council’s Financial Regulations, it is necessary for all fees and charges to be reviewed annually.

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