Freedom of information
How we make decisions
Here are the items in our publication scheme which relate to the category 'How we make decisions'.
It covers policy proposals and decisions, the decision making processes, internal criteria/procedures and consultations.
Information can be found using the link above which takes you to a calendar of meetings.
Agendas, officers' reports, background papers and minutes of Council Committee, Sub-Committee and standing forum meetings. This information can be found via the link above.
Major policy proposals and decisions will be submitted to the Executive Board and then to full City Council for final approval. Details can be found under Register of Decisions page via the link above.
This information would be included in reports to City Council, Executive Board and Select Committees. Details can be found via the link above. Information accessed via this link will identify the structure of the council and how decisions are made; it will also identify the roles and responsibilities of each of the Boards and Committees.
This information is available via the link above.
Internal communications guidance
Where published, relevant information will be included in the section of the website specific to the topic. For example, decision - making criteria are often published in leaflets about the relevant service. Information relating to decision making can be found under the Constitution.
We will continue to assess our internal documents to determine when it is appropriate to make something routinely available as a publication. Any such document that is not currently published can be requested under the FOI Act 2000.