Delegated decisions - Who makes delegated decisions

Delegated Decisions can be made either by the officer who has the appropriate delegated authority, as listed in the Constitution, or by the relevant Cabinet Member, in conjunction with the Leader, where the decision cannot wait for the next Cabinet Meeting.

To view one of our Delegated Decisions, take a note of the Ref No. and visit the Open Data Website.

For Delegated Decisions taken before the 1st April 2018, please send an enquiry by filling in our Contact Form.

 

 

 


Last Updated on Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Delegated Decisions can be made either by the officer who has the appropriate delegated authority, as listed in the Constitution, or by the relevant Cabinet Member, in conjunction with the Leader, where the decision cannot wait for the next Cabinet Meeting.

To view one of our Delegated Decisions, take a note of the Ref No. and visit the Open Data Website.

For Delegated Decisions taken before the 1st April 2018, please send an enquiry by filling in our Contact Form.

 


Last Updated on Wednesday, May 29, 2019

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