Since the introduction of the Local Government and Public Health Act 2007 principal councils have been responsible for undertaking community governance reviews. Any reviews are undertaken in accordance with government guidelines. In some circumstances principal authorities will be able to make decisions themselves, while in others the matter will be referred elsewhere.
A Community Governance Review can be used for the following:-
A community governance review can be undertaken following:
The process for carrying out a review is outlined in the legislation and guidelines. The following outline process is followed:
Stamford Bridge Community Governance Review
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