Leeds City Council to consult again on SEV policy

“Leeds City Council is reviewing its policy on lap dancing clubs just six months after it awarded licences to seven of them – and less than 18 months after it adopted the policy it’s currently following.

The review, which is kicking off with a survey of the 3,900 people who have signed up so far as members of the Leeds Citizens Panel, had been expected to take place in early 2014, but appears to have been brought forward.

It’s the second time in the last couple of years that the public of Leeds has been asked what it thinks about the clubs – or “sex establishments” as they’re officially known in council parlance.

A policy document adopted by the council’s leaders in September 2011 was based on consultation with the public (as well as with “the trade”, academics, and action groups) and on “extensive research”.

For more see:

http://theleedscitizen.wordpress.com/2013/01/29/leeds-public-being-consulted-on-lap-dancing-clubs-again/

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