Community Councils - Related publications
The Scheme for the Establishment of Community Councils is a policy document which Community Councils must adhere to in order to remain constitutional. The model constitution used by Community Councils is also contained within the document, along with the Code of Conduct and Standing Orders for Community Councils.
The Nomination form has to be completed by a proposer and seconder, along with the nominee, who must all be of voting age and reside within the Community Council area. This form is used for elections and by-elections. Elections take place every 4 years, the next election being 2018. By signing a nomination form, you are agreeing to abide by the Community Council's Code of Conduct (contained within the Scheme for the Establishment of Community Councils)
The Petition Form has to be completed in order to request South Lanarkshire Council to initiate the process involved in forming a Community Council. This is detailed in the Scheme for the Establishment of Community Councils.
Every Community Council is awarded an Administration Grant every financial year, on condition that they provide their accounts to the Council.
- Community Councils
- What they do
- Starting a community council in your area
- How do I join my community council?
- Funding for community councils
- Community Councils in the Cambuslang and Rutherglen area
- Community Councils in the Clydesdale area
- Community Councils in the East Kilbride area
- Community Councils in the Hamilton area
- Community Councils - Related publications
- Administration Grant Uses