View all Non-Key Decisions.
What is a non-key decision?
A non-key decision is a decision taken by individual Cabinet members that:-
- is not likely to result in the Council incurring significant expenditure (as advised by the Chief Finance Officer), having regard to the local authority's budget for the service or function to which the decision relates; and
- is not likely to be significant (as advised by the Chief Executive) in terms of its effect on communities living or working in two or more wards of the district.
Who makes the decisions?
Non-key decisions are taken by the Cabinet member who has responsibility for the portfolio in which the issue lies.
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