Community Consultative Bodies

Overview

Community Consultative Bodies (CCBs) are resident representative groups that:

  • Are endorsed by Council as the representative group for residents and ratepayers in a given area
  • Have geographic boundaries covering an area with a common interest

CCBs have the general support and confidence of the local community to:

  • Disperse information
  • Promote and facilitate discussion
  • Communicate shared and collective views of the community to Council

CCB meetings with Council

Council meets with CCBs twice a year to discuss strategic issues. Representatives from all CCBs are invited to attend.

In addition, throughout the year the Mayor, Councillors and senior Council staff go on Councillor Familiarisation Tours. These tours visit individual CCBs in their communities to share information and discus important local topics.

CCB executive meeting notes

Current CCB groups

Area Community Consultative Body Contact

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Guidelines for the Conduct of Community Consultative Bodies

The Guidelines for the Conduct of Community Consultative Bodies (CCB Guidelines) outline how to apply to become a CCB, administration processes and Council’s conduct requirements.


Last updated on 02 November 2020