To interview short-listed candidates and make appointments to posts at Head of Service level and above.
Committees & Meetings
This is the active committee list. You can also view the Historical Committees.
To carry out the audit function in reviewing the Council's activities and functions and to oversee the Council’s relationship with Audit Scotland & the Accounts Commission.
To discharge the statutory responsibilities of the Council as the licensing authority under statute, and as the authority responsible for registration.
To consider applications received for funding and to award grants to voluntary organisations from the Grants to Voluntary Organisations budget.
To oversee the Council’s relationship with the Inverclyde Integration Joint Board.
To act as the appeal body for the purposes of the Council’s role as employer.
Retains key responsibility for Council budget, corporate management structure, political decision-making processes and specific statutory functions.
The Integration Joint Board is responsible for the planning and operational management of Health and Social Care services within Inverclyde.
To review the overall internal control arrangements of the IJB.
Committee to carry out the scrutiny of Local Police and Fire Plans
To (i) review applications for planning permission or for consent, agreement or approval which have been refused, granted subject to conditions or have not been determined within the prescribed period and (ii) to carry out all other functions as described in the aforesaid legislation.
The Petitions Committee affords Inverclyde’s citizens, local businesses and organisations an opportunity to become involved, raise matters of concern direct and participate in informed debates via this direct route of engagement in the policy development process of the Council.
To discharge all the development control and building standards functions of the Council as Planning Authority, Buildings Authority under the Buildings (Scotland) Acts 1959 and 1970 and as Verifier and Enforcer under the Building (Scotland) Act 2003.
To exercise all of the functions delegated to the Policy and Resources Committee or the Strategic Committees in any circumstances of urgency or where a decision is required out-with the ordinary cycle of meetings.
The Shared Services Joint Committee will oversee the operation of, and provide democratic accountability for, shared local authority services on an equitable basis for East Dunbartonshire, Inverclyde and West Dunbartonshire Councils.