The Strategy and Resources Policy Committee comprises 11 Members and has the following responsibilities:
· Cross-cutting responsibility for development and submission to Full Council for adoption of the Budget and Policy Framework
· Providing strategic direction to the operation of the Council by developing and recommending the Corporate Plan (including determination of the priorities set out therein) to Full Council and making decisions on cross-cutting policies and practice where such decisions are not reserved to full Council
· Responsibility for decisions on any commitments to funding in future years not covered within the Council’s medium term financial plan
· Responsibility for any issue identified as being of significant strategic importance or financial risk to the Council (which is considered to be by its nature cross-cutting)
· Responsibility, including referral to another Policy Committee for consideration if appropriate, for any policy matter not otherwise allocated to a Committee
· Considering reports which an Ombudsman requires to be published by the Council where it is proposed that the Council take the recommended action
· Finance and Commercial Services
· Legal Services
· Democratic Engagement
· Human Resources and Employee Engagement
· Organisational Strategy, Performance and Delivery
· ICT and Digital Innovation
· Information Management
Meetings of the Strategy and Resources Policy Committee have to be held as physical meetings and are open to the public. Meetings are normally held at Sheffield Town Hall.
If you would like to attend the meeting, please report to an Attendant in the Foyer at the Town Hall where you will be directed to the meeting room. However, it would be appreciated if you could register to attend, in advance of the meeting, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, as this will assist with the management of attendance at the meeting.
PLEASE NOTE: The meeting rooms in the Town Hall have a limited capacity. We are unable to guarantee entrance to the meeting room for observers, as priority will be given to registered speakers and those that have registered to attend.
Alternatively, you can observe the meeting remotely by clicking on the ‘view the webcast’ link provided on the meeting page of the website.
The arrangements for dealing with questions and petitions at Policy Committee meetings are as follows:-
If you wish to attend a meeting and ask a question or present a petition, you must submit the question/petition in writing by 9.00 a.m. at least 2 clear working days in advance of the date of the meeting, by email to the following address: email@example.com. E.g. For meetings held on a Wednesday, questions/petitions will need to be received by 9.00 a.m. on the Monday of that week. Questions/petitions submitted after the deadline will be asked at the meeting subject to the discretion of the Chair. You will also be asked to provide a contact email and/or telephone number. (Details of how we will use and keep your information can be found here).
The Chair of the meeting has discretion as to how questions and petitions are presented at the meeting and as to whether you are invited to ask your question or present a petition at the meeting or they are read out at the meeting. A response to the question or petition will be given by the Chair or Council officer. If you are not able to attend the meeting, your question/petition may be referred to the Chair, and a written answer/response will be provided to you.
Where a submitted question or petition cannot be answered because time does not allow, or where a Member undertakes to provide a written answer/response, the written answer/response will be provided to you within ten working days of the meeting and will be published on the Council website.
Please note that the Chair of the meeting may not accept petitions or questions which relate to:-
Recording is allowed at Policy Committee meetings under the direction of the Chair of the meeting. The protocol on audio/visual recording and photography provides further information.
Please note that meetings will be filmed for live or subsequent broadcast via the Council’s website. See the Council’s Webcasting Notice for more details.
Support officer: Craig Rogerson, Democratic Services. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sheffield City Council