What do the advisory panels do?

The panels meet around six times a year and cover a wide range of issues from dealing with funding requests and nominations for assets of community value to challenges facing rural communities, skills and regeneration projects. Their role is to provide advice to the council’s decision-making Executive Board and help guide policy development.

A summary of their main areas of responsibility is provided below.

The Localism Panel meets on a Monday morning, the Rural Panel meets on a Monday evening and the Town Panel usually meets on a Wednesday evening.


Co-opted members

Each Panel has three co-opted members who work alongside district councillors and officers.  The current co-opted members are appointed until 31 May 2019.

For more information contact:

Cherrie Mansfield or Tracy Perkins
Call: 01386 565508  or 01386 565517
Email: cherrie.mansfield@wychavon.gov.uk