Proposed Licensing of Funfairs (Scotland) Bill

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Proposer

Richard Lyle MSP

Draft Proposal

A proposal for a Bill to exempt travelling funfairs from public entertainment licensing requirements and to create a distinct new licensing system for travelling funfairs in Scotland.

Lodged: 4 December 2017

Consultation closing date: 26 February 2018

Accompanied by: Consultation Document (335KB pdf)

Final Proposal

A proposal for a Bill to exempt travelling funfairs from public entertainment licensing requirements and to create a distinct new licensing system for travelling funfairs in Scotland.

Lodged: 26 March 2019

Accompanied by: Consultation Summary (627KB pdf)

Total Supporters: 67

28 Scottish National Party

23 Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

7 Scottish Labour

5 Scottish Liberal Democrats

3 Scottish Green Party

1 Independent

For supporters names see: Proposed Licensing of Funfairs (Scotland) Bill (97KB pdf)

Right to introduce Members's Bill Secured?

Yes

Member's Bill introduced to give effect to proposal?

The member has the right to introduce a Member's Bill to give effect to the proposal until 1 June 2020 (or, exceptionally, until 30 September 2020).

 

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