From the Annual Council Meeting in May to the Annual Council Meeting in the following May. Appointments are made to the following committees:
Audit and Governance Committee
Meetings of the Council, its committees and sub-committees are open to the public, except when personal or confidential matters are being discussed. Members of the public may ask questions or make a statement at the start of meetings. .
Craven District Council also welcomes petitions recognising that these are one way in which people can let us know their concerns. Anyone who lives, works or studies within the Craven District can organise a petition and trigger a response. Our response to a petition will depend on what a petition asks for and how many people have signed it, but may include considering the petition at a council meeting.
Lead Member and Member Champions
Lead Members are appointed by Annual Council to take the lead in ensuring that corporate priorities are delivered. They act as adviser for the lead officers and monitor and report regularly at Council meetings on progress in each of their priority areas. Member Champions are appointed for cross-cutting areas
Affordable Housing Councillor Foster
Enterprising Craven Councillor Myers
Resilient Communities Councillor Ireton
Greener Craven Councillor Lis
Financial Resilience (includes Asset Management) Councillor Mulligan
Internal Services Councillor Brockbank.
Equalities Chair of Standards Committee (Councillor Ireton)
Older People Councillor Sutcliffe
Children & Younger People Councillor Rose
Members Training and Development Councillor Brockbank
Armed Forces Councillor Ireton.