Council is a stakeholder in a range of groups established by regional and central government and it also has a non-controlling interest in many community organisations.
Any organisation where one or more local authorities control any proportion of the voting rights or where a local authority has the right to appoint one or more directors or trustees is a 'Council Organisation'. Under the Local Government Act 2002 these organisations are generally grouped into three main types:
1) Council Controlled Organisations (CCOs)
2) Council Controlled Trading Organisations (CCTOs)
3) Council Organisations
Current Council Organisations - key documents
Appointments to Council Organisations
The Appointments to Council Organisations document provides a complete list of the organisations Council makes appointments to, what the organisations do, who has been appointed, the term they are appointed for, reporting requirements and the name of the Council staff member to contact if you have any questions.
All appointments are covered by Council's Appointments and Remuneration of Directors Policy 2010.
Page reviewed: 14 Dec 12:29pm