Review Committee

To assist the Council and the Executive in the development of its budget and policy framework by in-depth analysis of policy issues. Conduct research, community and other consultation in the analysis of policy issues and possible options. Consider and implement mechanisms to encourage and enhance community participation in the development of policy options. Question Members of the Executive and other Committees, Chief Officers and Heads of Service about their views on issues and proposals affecting the area. Liaise with other external organisations operating in the area, whether national, regional or local, to ensure that the interests of local people are enhanced by collaborative working. Review and scrutinise the decisions made by and performance of the Executive, other Committees and Council officers both in relation to individual decisions and over time. Review and scrutinise the performance of the Council in relation to its policy objectives, performance targets and/or particular service areas. Question Members of the Executive, other Committees, Chief Officers and Heads of Service about their decisions and performance, whether generally in comparison with service plans and targets over a period of time, or in relation to particular decisions, initiatives or projects. Review and scrutinise the decisions made, or other action taken, in connection with the discharge by the responsible authorities of their crime and disorder functions. Make recommendations to the Executive and/or appropriate Committee and/or Council arising from the outcome of the scrutiny process. Review and scrutinise the performance of other public bodies in the area and invite reports from them by requesting them to address the Review Committee and local people about their activities and performance, and question and gather evidence from any person (with their consent). The Review Committee may be allocated funding for its role by the Council and will exercise overall responsibility for the finances made available to it. The Review Committee must report annually to Full Council on its workings and make recommendations for future work programmes and amended working methods, if appropriate. The Review Committee may exercise overall responsibility for the work programme of the officers employed to support its work.
02 May 2013 - 30 April 2014
Fixed
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Members

PartyNameRoleMembership Dates
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Conservative
Cllr C G Seagers Member 21/05/2013 - 21/05/2014
Conservative
Cllr Mrs CE Roe, Conservative Group Member 21/05/2013 - 21/05/2014
Independent Conservative
Cllr DJ Sperring, Conservative Group Vice-Chairman 21/05/2013 - 21/05/2014
Conservative
Cllr IH Ward, Conservative Group Member 21/05/2013 - 21/05/2014
Conservative
Cllr Mrs M J Webster Member 21/05/2013 - 21/05/2014

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