three members of the National Park Authority and three independent
members, recruited through advertisement and interview. It
meets as needed (but at least once a year) and is responsible
Carrying out legal functions conferred on the
Committee by or under statute.
Advising the National Park Authority on procedural
arrangements for dealing with complaints made to the
Reviewing the Authority’s involvement on
Advising on how to secure and promote high standards
of conduct in the Authority’s business.
Advising on the whistle blowing policy.
Receiving reports from the Monitoring
Members of the public are welcome to
attend these meetings (subject to any information exempt under
Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972 – Exemption for
disclosure of documents) and you can also apply to speak under the
Public Speaking Scheme