Standards and Audit Committee Meeting 24 Sep 2013
Location: Cowdray Hall, Eastbourne, Midhurst, GU29 0AL
Date and time: 24 September 2013 10:00
Tel: 01730 814810 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Declarations of InterestTo enable Members to disclose to the meeting any disclosable pecuniary interest they may have in any matter on the agenda for the meeting, where that interest is not already entered in the Authority’s register of interests, and any public service interest (as defined in Paragraph 18 of the Authority’s Code of Conduct) they may consider relevant to an item of business being considered at the meeting (such disclosure to be made at the commencement of the meeting, or when the interest becomes apparent.
- MinutesTo approve as a correct record the minutes of the Standards and Audit Committee meeting held on 25 June 2013 (page 1).
- Urgent MattersTo consider any matter not on the agenda which the Chair of the meeting agrees should be considered as a matter of urgency due to special circumstances.
- Public ParticipationTo hear questions or comments from members of the public present at the meeting.
- Corporate Risk RegisterTo consider a report from the Director of Corporate Services (Report SAC13/13, page 5).
- Internal Audit Progress and Implementation ReportTo consider a report from the Internal Chief Finance Officer (Report SAC14/13, page 10 ).
- 2012/13 Audit PlanTo consider a report from the External Auditor (Report SAC15/13, page 14).
- Letter of Representation and Statement of Accounts 2012/13To consider> a report from the Chief Finance Officer (Report SAC16/13, page 15)
- Review of the Arrangements for Assessment, Investigation and Determination of a Complaint that a Member has Failed to Comply with the Members’ Code of ConductTo consider a report from the Monitoring Officer (Report SAC17/13, page 25).
- Items for Next Committee MeetingTo consider items for the next meeting of the Standards and Audit Committee.
TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE STANDARDS AND AUDIT COMMITTEE
David Burden, Janet Coles, Norman Dingemans, Jim Funnell, Mark Kemp-Gee, Sue Saville, Sue Seward, Kenneth Hunt (Independent Member of the Committee), Lewis Doyle (Independent Member of the Committee), Margaret Paren (ex officio Member), Charles Peck (ex officio Member)
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Please note that there is no catering provision for members of the public during meal breaks. However there are cafes, pubs and shops in Midhurst town centre, approximately 5 minutes’ walk away.