Governance

We believe that we should be accountable for our activities and actions and a comprehensive governance system is in place to ensure that the Council is effectively regulated, conforms to good practice in its decision making and that our residents can challenge us and become engaged in democracy.

These are just some of the ways that both our Officers and Elected members are checked and how we show our accountability to you. 

                                           Governance and Checks

Officer checks and balances

Member checks and balances

Accountability to residents

Scheme of Delegations

Job Evaluation System and Pay Policy

Disciplinary process and appeals

Monitoring Officer/Head of Paid Service/Section 151 Officer

Financial standing orders

Contract standing orders

Employee code of conduct

Anti-fraud policy

Prudential Code

Business Continuity Plans

Whistleblowing process

Risk management group

Health and Safety Group

Information Management Policy

Staff survey

Complaints and compliments

Licensing and appeals

 

Elections

Independent remuneration panel

Members allowances scheme

GP Audit and Standards Committee

Monitoring Officer/Head of Paid Service/Section 151 Officer

Portfolio Holder reports to Council

Questions to Portfolio Holders at Council

Member Code of Conduct

Reports at Council from outside bodies

Ward Member reports at Council

CAT meetings

Public consultations

Register of interests

Declaration of interests at meetings

Broxtowe Matters annual report

Public questions at Council

Presentation of petitions to Council

Community Trigger

Communications Strategy

Open Data

Publication on website of Council decisions and agendas

Broxtowe Housing Standard

Broxtowe Local Parks Standard

Public satisfaction surveys

External audit annual letter

External and internal audit reports

External inspections e.g. EFLG/IIP/IIE/LGA

Peer review

Benchmarking through APSE/CIPFA/SOCITIM/Housemark

Schedule of financial payments on website

Licensing and Appeals Committee

The Council's Operating Model

The way the Council conducts its business is changing fast, keeping pace with the need to adapt to face the rapidly changing context in which it is operating.

Over the past few years, we have evolved and now have fewer departmental divisions and continued partnership arrangements to move towards a structure which is more efficient and forward thinking.
 

Operating Model

Page Last Updated: 18/04/2016