Trampoline parks like the Flip Out in Rutherglen will soon have to apply for a public entertainment licence.
Councillors on a licensing committee will today, Wednesday, rubberstamp a move to include trampoline facilities in the council’s Licensing of Places of Public Entertainment resolution.
The move has been suggested by council officers following consultation with Police Scotland and community resources.
Once the resolution is in place, any trampoline park, internal or external, or any facility with trampolines or soft play areas will require the public entertainment licence.
A consultation period took place between March 8 and April 10 this year but no objections were made.
Once approved, the number of different venues covered will rise to 15.
Already included in the list is theatres, concert halls or musical halls; snooker rooms, swimming polls and saunas or sunbed establishments.