Community safety and social inclusion scrutiny commission
Maximising business opportunities during economic growth
The attractiveness of Hackney as a place to do business has generated economic change and with it a new population bringing in new businesses. To survive inner-city change long-standing businesses may need to adapt. We decided to look at how local businesses are aximising business opportunities during economic growth to better understand how existing businesses have adapted to the changing local economy and population.
About the commission
This commission considers issues relating to crime, community safety, economic regeneration and social inclusion. The commission also has statutory powers to oversee the Safer Cleaner Partnership Board of Team Hackney).
You can view the commission's full work programme for the year on the agenda for each its meetings.
Commission details: membership, meetings, and contacts.
In the last year the commission carried out its statutory role of scrutinising the community safety partnership by looking at these issues:
- Update on Business Support and Advice - March 2014
- Update on the implementation of the local policing model - February 14
- Update on the use of Tasers - Dec 13
- Update on Noise and Anti Social Behaviour Service - September 2013 and November 2013
- Update on Community Safety Plan and Partnership working - November 2013
- Update on Domestic Violence Service Structure and Serious Case reviews - November 2013
- Update on the Identification of Gypsy and Traveller Sites - October 2013
- We hear quarterly updates on the Impact of Welfare Reform and Housing Benefit
- We hear quarterly reviews of the MET Police Stop and Search monitoring reports for Hackney
Page updated: 3 Jun 2014