In September 2004, Council reviewed its Committee structure resulting in four broad committee types. These Committee types are generally described as follows:
- Committees of Council – Committees established under the provisions of Section 377 of the Local Government Act 1993. These Committees perform certain functions as identified in their constitutions (which are modelled on the draft pro-forma constitution adopted by Council) and include provision for Councillor Representation. These Committees operate in accordance with Council’s adopted pro-forma constitution.
- Statutory Committees - Committees, which are required to be established by legislation, or to meet obligations set down by Government departments and/or funding agencies. These Committees have set functions and terms of reference. They differ from Section 377 Council Committees, in that they are issue-specific and may meet irregularly on a ‘as needs’ basis and in practical terms cannot operate under Council’s pro-forma constitution.
- Committees in which Council has a Financial Interest - these Committees may manage Council owned facilities or funded services auspiced by Council. They generally operate as autonomous entities (incorporated associations) in accordance with their own constitutions. These Committees have a financial relationship with Council in that Council either provides a direct (financial) or an in-kind contribution (land or facilities) to support their operations, or Council has delegated responsibility for the management of a Council funded or Council auspiced services to them.
- Other Committees - Committees, which operate as autonomous entities and generally perform non-Council related functions. Councillor representation on these Committees is on an invitation basis.
Council Committees are as listed below:
Council Committees of which all members are councillors
- Community Services
- Innovation and Partnerships
Council Committees including Community Representative
- Disaster and Emergency
Council Statutory Committees are listed below:
1 Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee
The objective of Council’s Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee is to provide independent assurance to Council by monitoring, reviewing and providing advice about Council’s governance processes, compliance, risk management and control frameworks, external accountability obligations and overall performance.
2 Local Traffic Committee
Council Committees Business Papers and Podcasts
31 March 2022 - Disaster and Emergency
26 April 2022 - Environment Committee
26 April 2022 - Community Services
28 June 2022 - Community Services
28 July 2022 - Heritage Committee
27 September 2022 - Disaster and Emergency Committee
Past Council Committees Business Papers and Podcasts
9 February 2021 - Innovation and Partnerships
11 March 2021 - Heritage
13 April 2021 - Environment
14 April 2021 - Disaster and Emergency
6 July 2021 – Environment
22 July 2021 - Heritage Committee
3 August 2021 - Innovation and Partnership
24 August 2021 - Innovation and Partnerships
7 September 2021 - Disaster and Emergency
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