CMIS Organisation Structure

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2000-2001

Council

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

2001-2002

Council

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

2002-2003

Council

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

2003-2004

Council

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

Council - Annual

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

2004-2005

2005-2006

Community Forum Billesdon

Community Forums assist in developing links with all sections of the community including other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough District. They assist the community in making their views and aspirations known to the Council so the Council can take these fully into account. They assist the Council in consulting with its communities on key issues which will affect them and they monitor the performance and impact of other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough on the community.

Community Forum Broughton

Community Forums assist in developing links with all sections of the community including other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough District. They assist the community in making their views and aspirations known to the Council so the Council can take these fully into account. They assist the Council in consulting with its communities on key issues which will affect them and they monitor the performance and impact of other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough on the community.

Community Forum East Gartree

Community Forums assist in developing links with all sections of the community including other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough District. They assist the community in making their views and aspirations known to the Council so the Council can take these fully into account. They assist the Council in consulting with its communities on key issues which will affect them and they monitor the performance and impact of other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough on the community.

Community Forum Lutterworth

Community Forums assist in developing links with all sections of the community including other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough District. They assist the community in making their views and aspirations known to the Council so the Council can take these fully into account. They assist the Council in consulting with its communities on key issues which will affect them and they monitor the performance and impact of other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough on the community.

Community Forum Market Harborough

Community Forums assist in developing links with all sections of the community including other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough District. They assist the community in making their views and aspirations known to the Council so the Council can take these fully into account. They assist the Council in consulting with its communities on key issues which will affect them and they monitor the performance and impact of other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough on the community.

Community Forum West Gartree

Community Forums assist in developing links with all sections of the community including other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough District. They assist the community in making their views and aspirations known to the Council so the Council can take these fully into account. They assist the Council in consulting with its communities on key issues which will affect them and they monitor the performance and impact of other bodies and agencies operating in Harborough on the community.

Constitutional Review Committee

The Constitutional Review Committee is responsible for the maintenance and development of the Council’s Constitution. Its remit includes Standing Orders and the Scheme of Delegation. Meetings are held on an ad hoc basis depending on the work under review. Meetings are held in the evenings.

Executive

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council.

Licensing Committee

The purpose of the Licensing Committee will be to undertake and exercise the functions out of the Licensing Authority under the Licensing Act 2003. These functions relate to alcohol, entertainment and late night refreshment. The Committee will appoint sub-committees for the purpose of hearing applications.

Planning

The Planning Committee will exercise functions relating to Town and Country Planning and Development Control (Planning Applications).

Planning Rescheduled

The Planning Committee will exercise functions relating to Town and Country Planning and Development Control (Planning Applications).

Regulatory

The purpose of the Regulatory Committee will be to undertake and exercise the Council's functions concerning health and safety (external advice and enforcement) and licensing functions not dealt with by the Licensing Committee eg. caravan site licences, hackney carriage and private hire licensing, takeaway food shops

Scrutiny Commission

The commission meets twice a year to set the Scrutiny Workplan. This Workplan is then split between three Scrutiny Panels

Scrutiny Panel - Policy Development

Policy Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises corporate strategies, priorities and the partnership working to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently

Scrutiny Panel - Resource Development

Resource Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises the use of the Council’s resources and external funding arrangements to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Scrutiny Panel - Service Development

Service Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises services delivered to the community to ensure that they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Standards Committee

The Standards Committee has the following functions - Promoting and maintaining high standards of conduct of Councillors and co-opted Members and Parish Councils

2006-2007

Council

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

Executive

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council.

Have Your Say - Broughton Astley

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say - Kibworth

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say - Lutterworth

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say - Market Harborough

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held four times a year in Market Harborough

Have Your Say - Rural (East)

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say - Thurnby

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say Rural (West)

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Licensing Committee

The purpose of the Licensing Committee will be to undertake and exercise the functions out of the Licensing Authority under the Licensing Act 2003. These functions relate to alcohol, entertainment and late night refreshment. The Committee will appoint sub-committees for the purpose of hearing applications.

Planning

The Planning Committee will exercise functions relating to Town and Country Planning and Development Control (Planning Applications).

Regulatory

The purpose of the Regulatory Committee will be to undertake and exercise the Council's functions concerning health and safety (external advice and enforcement) and licensing functions not dealt with by the Licensing Committee eg. caravan site licences, hackney carriage and private hire licensing, takeaway food shops

Scrutiny Commission

The Commission meets twice a year to set the Scrutiny Workplan. This Workplan is then split between three Scrutiny Panels

Scrutiny Panel - Policy Development

Policy Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises corporate strategies, priorities and the partnership working to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently

Scrutiny Panel - Resource Development

Resource Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises the use of the Council’s resources and external funding arrangements to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Scrutiny Panel - Service Development

Service Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises services delivered to the community to ensure that they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Standards Committee

The Standards Committee has the following functions - Promoting and maintaining high standards of conduct of Councillors and co-opted Members and Parish Councils

2007-2008

Council

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

Executive

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council.

Have Your Say - Lutterworth

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say - Market Harborough

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held four times a year in Market Harborough

Have Your Say - Mid Rural

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say - Rural East

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say Rural West

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Licensing Committee

The purpose of the Licensing Committee will be to undertake and exercise the functions out of the Licensing Authority under the Licensing Act 2003. These functions relate to alcohol, entertainment and late night refreshment. The Committee will appoint sub-committees for the purpose of hearing applications.

Planning

The Planning Committee will exercise functions relating to Town and Country Planning and Development Control (Planning Applications).

Regulatory

The purpose of the Regulatory Committee will be to undertake and exercise the Council's functions concerning health and safety (external advice and enforcement) and licensing functions not dealt with by the Licensing Committee eg. caravan site licences, hackney carriage and private hire licensing, takeaway food shops

Scrutiny Commission

The Commission meets twice a year to set the Scrutiny Workplan. This Workplan is then split between three Scrutiny Panels

Scrutiny Panel - Policy Development

Policy Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises corporate strategies, priorities and the partnership working to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently

Scrutiny Panel - Resource Development

Resource Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises the use of the Council’s resources and external funding arrangements to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Scrutiny Panel - Service Development

Service Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises services delivered to the community to ensure that they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Standards Committee

The Standards Committee has the following functions - Promoting and maintaining high standards of conduct of Councillors and co-opted Members and Parish Councils

2008-2009

Council

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

Executive

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council.

Have Your Say - Lutterworth

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say - Market Harborough

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held four times a year in Market Harborough

Have Your Say - Mid Rural

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say - Rural East

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say Rural West

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Licensing Committee

The purpose of the Licensing Committee will be to undertake and exercise the functions out of the Licensing Authority under the Licensing Act 2003. These functions relate to alcohol, entertainment and late night refreshment. The Committee will appoint sub-committees for the purpose of hearing applications.

Planning

The Planning Committee will exercise functions relating to Town and Country Planning and Development Control (Planning Applications).

Regulatory

The purpose of the Regulatory Committee will be to undertake and exercise the Council's functions concerning health and safety (external advice and enforcement) and licensing functions not dealt with by the Licensing Committee eg. caravan site licences, hackney carriage and private hire licensing, takeaway food shops

Scrutiny Commission

The Commission meets twice a year to set the Scrutiny Workplan. This Workplan is then split between three Scrutiny Panels

Scrutiny Panel - People

Scrutiny Panel - People - examines and scrutinises corporate strategies, priorities and the partnership working to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently

Scrutiny Panel - Places

Scrutiny Panel - Places - examines and scrutinises services delivered to the community to ensure that they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Scrutiny Panel - Resource Development

Resource Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises the use of the Council’s resources and external funding arrangements to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Standards Committee

The Standards Committee has the following functions - Promoting and maintaining high standards of conduct of Councillors and co-opted Members and Parish Councils

2009-2010

Council

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

Executive

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council.

Have Your Say - Broughton Astley

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held four times a year in Market Harborough

Have Your Say - Lutterworth

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say - Market Harborough

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held four times a year in Market Harborough

Have Your Say - Mid Rural

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say - Rural East

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Have Your Say Rural West

Have Your Say meetings are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings, being held twice a year.

Licensing Committee

The purpose of the Licensing Committee will be to undertake and exercise the functions out of the Licensing Authority under the Licensing Act 2003. These functions relate to alcohol, entertainment and late night refreshment. The Committee will appoint sub-committees for the purpose of hearing applications.

Planning

The Planning Committee will exercise functions relating to Town and Country Planning and Development Control (Planning Applications).

Regulatory

The purpose of the Regulatory Committee will be to undertake and exercise the Council's functions concerning health and safety (external advice and enforcement) and licensing functions not dealt with by the Licensing Committee eg. caravan site licences, hackney carriage and private hire licensing, takeaway food shops

Scrutiny Commission

The Commission meets twice a year to set the Scrutiny Workplan. This Workplan is then split between three Scrutiny Panels

Scrutiny Panel for People

Scrutiny Panel - People - examines and scrutinises corporate strategies, priorities and the partnership working to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently

Scrutiny Panel for Places

Scrutiny Panel - Places - examines and scrutinises services delivered to the community to ensure that they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Scrutiny Panel for Resources

Resource Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises the use of the Council’s resources and external funding arrangements to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Standards Committee

The Standards Committee has the following functions - Promoting and maintaining high standards of conduct of Councillors and co-opted Members and Parish Councils

2010-2011

Community Forum - Rural West

Community Forums are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings.

Community Forum - Broughton Astley

Community Forums are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings.

Community Forum - Lutterworth

Community Forums are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings.

Community Forum - Market Harborough

Community Forums are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings.

Community Forum - Rural East

Community Forums are open to everyone and offer a chance for residents to raise issues they have about their communities. Topics up for discussion could be anything from anti-social behaviour and health to street-lighting and public transport. Police Officers, Councillors and Council Officers will be on hand to answer questions at the meetings.

Council

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

Interim Chief Executive Recruitment Committee

To progress the recruitment of the Interim Chief Executive

Executive

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council.

Friends of the Cemetery Group (FOCG)

A forum through which users of HDC ran cemeteries can discuss their concerns

Licensing Committee

The purpose of the Licensing Committee will be to undertake and exercise the functions out of the Licensing Authority under the Licensing Act 2003. These functions relate to alcohol, entertainment and late night refreshment. The Committee will appoint sub-committees for the purpose of hearing applications.

Planning

The Planning Committee will exercise functions relating to Town and Country Planning and Development Control (Planning Applications).

Regulatory

The purpose of the Regulatory Committee will be to undertake and exercise the Council's functions concerning health and safety (external advice and enforcement) and licensing functions not dealt with by the Licensing Committee eg. caravan site licences, hackney carriage and private hire licensing, takeaway food shops

Scrutiny Commission

The Commission meets twice a year to set the Scrutiny Workplan. This Workplan is then split between three Scrutiny Panels

Scrutiny Panel - People

Scrutiny Panel - People - examines and scrutinises corporate strategies, priorities and the partnership working to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently

Scrutiny Panel - Places

Scrutiny Panel - Places - examines and scrutinises services delivered to the community to ensure that they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Scrutiny Panel - Resource Development

Resource Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises the use of the Council’s resources and external funding arrangements to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Standards Committee

The Standards Committee has the following functions - Promoting and maintaining high standards of conduct of Councillors and co-opted Members and Parish Councils

2011-2012

Council

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

Executive

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council.

Friends of the Cemetery Group (FOCG)

A forum through which users of HDC ran cemeteries can discuss their concerns

Licensing Committee

The purpose of the Licensing Committee will be to undertake and exercise the functions out of the Licensing Authority under the Licensing Act 2003. These functions relate to alcohol, entertainment and late night refreshment. The Committee will appoint sub-committees for the purpose of hearing applications.

Planning

The Planning Committee will exercise functions relating to Town and Country Planning and Development Control (Planning Applications).

Regulatory

The purpose of the Regulatory Committee will be to undertake and exercise the Council's functions concerning health and safety (external advice and enforcement) and licensing functions not dealt with by the Licensing Committee eg. caravan site licences, hackney carriage and private hire licensing, takeaway food shops

Scrutiny Commission

The Commission meets twice a year to set the Scrutiny Workplan. This Workplan is then split between three Scrutiny Panels

Scrutiny Panel - People

Scrutiny Panel - People - examines and scrutinises corporate strategies, priorities and the partnership working to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently

Scrutiny Panel - Places

Scrutiny Panel - Places - examines and scrutinises services delivered to the community to ensure that they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Scrutiny Panel - Resource Development

Resource Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises the use of the Council’s resources and external funding arrangements to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Standards Committee

The Standards Committee has the following functions - Promoting and maintaining high standards of conduct of Councillors and co-opted Members and Parish Councils

2012-2013

Council

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council

Executive

To lead the community planning process and the search for best value with input and advice from Scrutiny. To lead the Council's policies and budget. To take decisions on resources and priorities together with other stakeholders and partners in the community, to deliver and implement the budget and policy framework. To be the focus for forming partnerships with other local public, private, voluntary sector organisations, to address local needs. The key function will be to carry out all of the Council's functions which are not the responsibility of any other part of the Council.

Friends of the Cemetery Group (FOCG)

A forum through which users of HDC ran cemeteries can discuss their concerns

Licensing Committee

The purpose of the Licensing Committee will be to undertake and exercise the functions out of the Licensing Authority under the Licensing Act 2003. These functions relate to alcohol, entertainment and late night refreshment. The Committee will appoint sub-committees for the purpose of hearing applications.

Planning

The Planning Committee will exercise functions relating to Town and Country Planning and Development Control (Planning Applications).

Regulatory

The purpose of the Regulatory Committee will be to undertake and exercise the Council's functions concerning health and safety (external advice and enforcement) and licensing functions not dealt with by the Licensing Committee eg. caravan site licences, hackney carriage and private hire licensing, takeaway food shops

Scrutiny Commission

The Commission meets twice a year to set the Scrutiny Workplan. This Workplan is then split between three Scrutiny Panels

Scrutiny Panel - People

Scrutiny Panel - People - examines and scrutinises corporate strategies, priorities and the partnership working to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently

Scrutiny Panel - Places

Scrutiny Panel - Places - examines and scrutinises services delivered to the community to ensure that they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Scrutiny Panel - Resource Development

Resource Development Scrutiny Panel - examines and scrutinises the use of the Council’s resources and external funding arrangements to ensure they meet the needs of the community effectively and efficiently.

Standards Committee

The Standards Committee has the following functions - Promoting and maintaining high standards of conduct of Councillors and co-opted Members and Parish Councils

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