Quarter 3 October - December 2018 performance
We have seen a busy second round County Local Committee meeting (CLC) meeting playing an active role in providing our residents a platform to talk with the Council about their concerns and ambitions for their local area. The main themes of this quarters meetings have been proposed reductions in front line services funding, a proposed cycling event, grant funding for community activity and local Highways concerns . Q3 October – December 2018 – 114 agenda items 45 raised by residents or the community 39.5%
Quarter 1 June - July 2018 Performance
We have seen a very busy start to the year with an number of our County Local Committee meeting (CLC) playing an active role in providing our residents a platform to talk with the Council about their concerns and ambitions for their local area. We have seen in the main three core themes of this quarters requests, school placement and performance, grant funding for community activity and local Highways concerns . Q1 March – Aug 2018 – 113 agenda items 24 raised by residents or the community 21.2%
There were a total of 580 agenda items at County Local Committee meetings in 2016-17 of which 62 items were issues raised by residents or by the community (e.g. town and parish councils. This equated to 11% of the total number of agenda items.
There are eleven County Local Committees (CLCs) across West Sussex, each made up of all the county councillors for the CLC area. They meet three times per year and aim to bring local residents and local members together to help shape the services provided by the Council.
N.B. Prior to 2017/18 there were 14 CLCs which met four times a year, so the total number of agenda items is likely to reduce in future