Constitution of Torfaen Council
Amongst all the various plans, strategies and other publications, the Council's Constitution is one of its most important documents. The Constitution sets out:
- the principles of how the Council works
- how citizens elect Council members and subsequently can access and influence the Council and its various decision-making structures
- what members of the Council do (and how they do it, along with their responsibilities for good conduct and judgement)
- how the various "arms" of the Council work and how meetings are organised and run
- the rights of citizens (for example, to information about the Council)
- the role of officers of the Council
- who's who and who does what, and
- the various rules and regulations, amongst other things.
A copy of the Council's Constitution is available to download here. If you have any questions, please call 01495 766294.
Last Modified: 05/12/2018
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