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Policy and Resources Committee

Policy and Resources Committee

The Policy and Resources Committee has amalgamated the former Policy and Performance Committee and Governance Committee, with effect from 11 July 2017.

All past Policy and Programme Committee papers and all past Governance Committee papers can be found on their respective pages.

The role of the Policy & Resources Committee is to discuss the Authority’s budget, business plan, to approve appropriate resource plans, to agree the submissions of bids for grant funding, and the arrangements for application of grant funds received, to monitor and review the delivery of the Management Plan, ensure good governance of the Authority by overseeing and reviewing its arrangements for audit, financial control and risk managements any by promoting high standards of conduct.

The Committees Terms of Reference are available in appendix 4 of the Standing Orders.

Committee Members

The Policy & Resources Committee comprises the following Members of the South Downs National Park Authority:

  • Annie Brown
  • Tim Burr (Deputy Chair)
  • Angus Dunn
  • Melanie Hunt
  • Doug Jones (Chair)
  • Maggie Jones, Baroness Jones of Whitchurch
  • Michael Lunn
  • Russell Oppenheimer (Deputy Chair)
  • Martin Osborne
  • Henry Potter
  • Isabel Thurston
  • Stephen Whale
  • Tom Fourcade (Independent Member)
  • Carole Nicholson (Independent Member)

For information about the Policy & resources Committee, please contact committee.officer@southdowns.gov.uk or call 01730 814810.

Webcasting

Policy & Resources Committee meetings are currently being held online due to the covid-19 pandemic.

From January to March 2021 meetings can be viewed  live by members of the public via our YouTube Channel.

You can watch the meetings on-demand for up to 6 month after the meeting through our webcasting portal.

Public Participation

Agendas for meetings are confirmed and published  5 working days before a meeting.

Members of the public have the opportunity to speak at these meetings. Please see our public participation page for further information.

The Openness of Local Government Bodies Regulations are in force, giving a right to members of the public to record (film, photograph and audio-record) and report on proceedings at committee meetings.

Please read our Filming, Recording and Reporting of SDNPA Meetings Protocol for more information.

Forthcoming meetings

Previous meetings

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