Issue - meetings

Governance Review

Meeting: 13/07/2015 - Council (Item 16)

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Minutes:

Councillor Dombey, Chair of the Strategy and Resources Committee, moved the adoption of the recommendation which was put to the vote and carried.

 

Resolved

 

That the procedures rules for appointments to outside bodies be included in the Council’s Constitution, as set out at Appendix B of the report considered by the Strategy and Resources Committee.

 


Meeting: 29/06/2015 - Strategy and Resources Committee (Item 18)

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The purpose of this report is to review the level of appointments made to Outside Bodies by the Council.

 

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Minutes:

The Committee considered a report which was part of the Governance Review, which set out results of a review of outside body appointments. The Committee noted that some appointments remained vacant it was therefore proposed that authority was delegated to the Chief Executive in consultation with the Lead Member to agree outstanding appointments. The groups agreed to provide any outstanding nomination within a week of the meeting.

 

Resolved

 

1.    That the list of outside bodies to be appointed to be agreed, as set out in Appendix A, and that the reasons be noted.

 

2.    That the names of those appointed as set out in Appendix A be agreed with authority delegated to the Chief Executive in consultation with the Lead Member to agree any outstanding appointments when nominations were provided by the relevant political group.

 

3.    That the procedures rules for appointments to outside bodies be agreed and that Full Council be recommended to include in the Council’s Constitution, as set out at Appendix B.

 

4.    That authority be delegated to the Monitoring Officer to develop and implement guidance for members appointed to outside bodies.

 

5.    That appointments to outside bodies be reviewed on an annual basis to ensure that appointments to outside bodies meet the corporate priorities of the Council.