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The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood

This page gives details of any meetings held which will, or did, discuss the matter, and includes links to the relevant Papers, Agendas and Minutes.

Note: Meeting Agenda can change at short notice. Particularly where future meeting dates are indicated more than a week in advance. Please check before planning to attend a Committee Meeting that the item you are interested in has not been moved.

Meeting: 29/04/2019 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 3)

3 The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Consideration of Welsh Government's Response

PAC(5)-11-19 Paper 1 – Welsh Government Response

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Minutes:

3.1 Members considered the response and agreed to write to the Welsh Government to obtain a copy of the lessons learnt report referred to in the response.


Meeting: 25/03/2019 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 2)

2 The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Letter from the Welsh Government (14 March 2019)

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Meeting: 28/01/2019 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 8)

8 The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Consideration of draft Report

PAC(5)-02-19 Paper 7 – Draft report

 

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Minutes:

8.1 Members considered the draft report. It was agreed that a further version would be emailed to them, for agreement, later this week.

8.2 Members agreed to hold a plenary debate on the Report.


Meeting: 14/01/2019 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 5)

5 The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Consideration of draft Report

PAC(5)-01-19 Paper 3 – Draft Report

 

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Minutes:

5.1 Members discussed the draft report and agreed to consider a further draft at the meeting on 28 January.

 


Meeting: 03/12/2018 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 2)

The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Letter from the Welsh Government (22 November 2018)


Meeting: 05/11/2018 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 5)

The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Consideration of the evidence received

Minutes:

5.1 Members considered the evidence received.

5.2 Members agreed to publish its findings in a report.

 


Meeting: 05/11/2018 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 3)

3 The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Evidence session with the Welsh Government

Research Briefing

PAC(5)-29-18 Paper 1 – Auditor General for Wales’ Report

PAC(5)-29-18 Paper 2 – Letter from Bethan Sayed AM, Chair of the Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee

PAC(5)-19-18 Paper 3 – Paper from the Welsh Government

 

Andrew Slade - Director General, Economy, Skills and Natural Resources, Welsh Government

Jason Thomas - Director Culture, Sport and Tourism, Welsh Government

Tim Howard - Deputy Director of Property, Welsh Government

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Minutes:

3.1 Members received evidence from Andrew Slade, Director General, Economy, Skills and Natural Resources; Jason Thomas, Director Culture, Sport and Tourism, and Tim Howard, Deputy Director of Property, Welsh Government as part of their inquiry into the Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood.

3.2 Andrew Slade agreed to:

·       Send a note explaining the composition of the Media Investment Budget of £42m

·       Provide detailed figures of all revenue for Pinewood Studio Wales for the last financial year when the final position is known

·       Provide a timeframe for the proposed renovation of the Grade II listed farmhouse together with all costs incurred to date on maintaining the building and costs of proposed renovation

 


Meeting: 18/10/2018 - Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee (Item 5)

5 The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Letter to the Chair from the Welsh Government

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Meeting: 08/10/2018 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 2)

2 The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Correspondence from Bethan Sayed AM, Chair of Culture, Welsh Language & Communications Committee (28 September 2018)

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Meeting: 20/09/2018 - Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee (Item 8)

8 The Welsh Government's relationship with Pinewood: Consideration of draft letter to Public Accounts Committee

Supporting documents:

  • Paper 7

Minutes:

8.1 Committee Members considered the draft letter.


Meeting: 18/07/2018 - Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee (Item 8)

8 The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Consideration of letter to Public Accounts Committee

Supporting documents:

  • Paper 6

Minutes:

8.1 Members considered the letter.


Meeting: 12/07/2018 - Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee (Item 4)

The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: evidence session 2

Dafydd Elis-Thomas AM, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Sport

Mick McGuire, Director, Business and Regions

Joedi Langley, Head of Creative Sector

 

Document:

 

·         Wales Audit Office report: The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood

Minutes:

4.1 Dafydd Elis-Thomas AM, Minister for Culture, Tourism and Sport and Welsh Government officials responded to questions from members of the committee.


Meeting: 28/06/2018 - Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee (Item 3)

The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Private Briefing with Wales Audit Office

Mike Usher, Sector Lead - Health & Central Government, Wales Audit Office

Ian Hughes, Performance Audit Manager, Wales Audit Office

Anwen Worthy, Performance Auditor, Wales Audit Office

 

Report: The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood

 

Minutes:

3.1 Members received a private briefing from the Wales Audit Office.


Meeting: 20/06/2018 - Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee (Item 4)

4 The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood

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Meeting: 18/06/2018 - Public Accounts Committee (Item 2)

2 The Welsh Government’s relationship with Pinewood: Auditor General for Wales' Report (12 June 2018)

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