Constitution and Code of Conduct etc.
Parts Four and Five of the Constitution: the Standing Orders and the Rules on Access to meetings etc.
Part Four of the Council's Constitution is made up of the Council's Standing Orders.
The Council's Standing Orders are rules which govern the conduct and proceedings of the Council's meetings and those of its committees and subcommittees.
Part 5: Rules with regard to access to meetings, and related documents, of the Council, its committee and subcommittees
The Rules describe the arrangements the Council has in place for access of the public and members and officers of the Council to:
- The Council's meetings (and those of its committees and joint committees); and
- Information about documents relating to such meetings.
Pages in Constitution and Code of Conduct etc.
- The Council and its Constitution
- Local Code of Conduct Complaints Process
- Parts One and Two of the Constitution: the Introduction/Summary and the Articles
- Part Three of the Constitution: Powers and Delegation
- You are here: Parts Four and Five of the Constitution: the Standing Orders and the Rules on Access to meetings etc.
- Part Six of the Constitution: Financial and Legal Regulations and Procedures
- Part Seven of the Constitution: Codes of Conduct and policies etc. for the Council's members and officers