CEO in the frame

VINCENT CEO Len Kosova will meet with Ink Remedy owner Rachel O’Shea this week to sort out why her bid to open a gallery in Oxford Street is taking so long (“Vincent not in the swing,” Voice, July 15, 2017).

Mr Kosova told the Voice this week his council was enforcing state laws when Ms O’Shea was told her front door didn’t comply with regulations because it swung inwards and she couldn’t hold exhibition openings.

But the CEO says there is some discretion built into the regulations, so he’s going to help her look into a compromise.

He says if they can’t work out a way of modifying the front door that’s cost-effective, the council may look at accepting an application for a reduced number of patrons at exhibitions.

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