The Council comprises all 49 Members and has the
and changing the Constitution, except in so far as this function
has been delegated to
the Monitoring Officer.
Approving or adopting the Policy Framework, the Budget and any
application to the Secretary of
State in respect of any Housing Land Transfer.
to the urgency procedure contained in the Access to Information
Procedure Rules in
Chapter 8 of the Constitution, making decisions about the discharge
of an Executive Function
where the decision maker is minded to make it in a manner which
would be contrary to the
Policy Framework or contrary to or not wholly in accordance with
or removing the Leader.
and/or amending the terms of reference for Committees of Council,
deciding on their
composition and making appointments to them.
Appointing representatives to outside bodies unless the appointment
is an Executive Function
or has been delegated by the Council.
a scheme for Members’ allowances.
the name of the area.
Appointing or dismissing the Chief Executive.
Making, amending, revoking, re-enacting or adopting bylaws, or
promoting or opposing the
making of local legislation or personal Bills.
other functions which the Council lawfully decides should be
undertaken by itself rather than
the Leader / Cabinet and which are set out in this chapter of the
All other matters which, by law, must be reserved to
Members of the public are welcome to ask one
question of the Leader of the Council, a Cabinet Member or the
Chair of a Committee and must submit this by 5.00pm, six clear
working days before the meeting.
Members of the public can also present a petition at a meeting
and must give notice of this to Democratic Services by 12 noon the
day before the meeting takes place.
This meeting is open to the public, although in considering some
items of business, the press and public may be requested to leave