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(1) what the membership of the Local Government Resource Review working group is; what remuneration each member of the group will receive; and how frequently he expects the group to meet;
(2) what the membership is of the Local Government Resource Review technical group; what remuneration each member of the group will receive; and how frequently he expects the group to meet.
The Terms of Reference of the Local Government Resource Review made clear that we would conduct extensive engagement with interested parties. As part of this process, external working groups have been set up to help inform the work of the review, and we continue to welcome representations.
The Business Organisation working group includes, or has invited, representatives from the following organisations:
Association of Convenience Stores
The local authority working group includes, or has invited, representatives from the following organisations:
Association of Police Authorities
Fire Finance Network
Institute of Revenues, Rating and Valuation
Society of County Treasurers
Society of District Council Treasurers
Society of Municipal Treasurers
Society of Unitary Treasurers
Special Interest Group of Municipal Authorities.
The local authority technical working group includes, or has invited, Chris Bilsland, Paul Dale, Will Godfrey, Hugh Grover, Stephen Hughes, Margaret Lee, Sean Nolan, and David Smith, who provide advice on a personal and independent basis rather than representing specific bodies.
These working groups meet as and when required, and members receive no remuneration.