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Audit and Governance Committee

The Audit and Governance Committee's role is to review the Combined Authority's financial affairs, internal control, corporate governance arrangements and risk management. The Audit and Governance Committee was established by the Combined Authority in March 2017 in accordance with the Combined Authorities Order 2017. The committee is made up of one member from each of the constituent councils of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority. The Chair is Mr John Pye (Independent Person) and the Vice Chair is Cllr David Brown.
05 May 2017 - onwards
Fixed
Nominated
  • Meetings
  • Members
  • Other Information
  • Terms of Reference

Meetings

Meeting DateStart TimeEnd TimeVenueStatusCalendar
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27 September 201910:0013:00Cambridgeshire County Council Occurred
16 December 201914:0017:00South Cambridgeshire District CouncilRescheduled
26 May 202009:0013:00Due to Government guidance on social-distancing and the Covid-19 virus it will not be possible to hold physical meetings of the Combined Authority Board and the Combined Authority’s Executive Committees for the time being. The Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Police and Crime Panel Meetings) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020 allow formal local government meetings to be held on a virtual basis, without elected members being physically present together in the same place. Meetings will therefore be held on a virtual basis and the procedure is set out in the “Procedure for Combined Authority Virtual Decision-Making” which can be viewed at the foot of the meeting page under the “Meeting Documents” heading. That document also contains a link which will allow members of the public and press to attend the virtual meetingsOccurred
31 July 202010:0013:30Due to Government guidance on social-distancing and the Covid-19 virus it will not be possible to hold physical meetings of the Combined Authority Board and the Combined Authority’s Executive Committees for the time being. The Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Police and Crime Panel Meetings) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020 allows formal local government meetings to be held on a virtual basis, without elected members being physically present together in the same place. Meetings will therefore be held on a virtual basis and the procedure is set out in the “Procedure for Combined Authority Virtual Decision-Making” which will be available to view at the foot of the meeting page under the “Meeting Documents” heading when the agenda and reports have been published. That document will also contain a link which will allow members of the public and press to observe the virtual meetings.Occurred
24 September 202010:0013:00Due to Government guidance on social-distancing and the Covid-19 virus it will not be possible to hold physical meetings of the Combined Authority Board and the Combined Authority’s Executive Committees for the time being. The Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Police and Crime Panel Meetings) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020 allows formal local government meetings to be held on a virtual basis, without elected members being physically present together in the same place. Meetings will therefore be held on a virtual basis and the procedure is set out in the “Procedure for Combined Authority Virtual Decision-Making” which will be available to view at the foot of the meeting page under the “Meeting Documents” heading when the agenda and reports have been published. That document will also contain a link which will allow members of the public and press to observe the virtual meetings.Scheduled
02 October 202010:0013:00Due to Government guidance on social-distancing and the Covid-19 virus it will not be possible to hold physical meetings of the Combined Authority Board and the Combined Authority’s Executive Committees for the time being. The Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Police and Crime Panel Meetings) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020 allow formal local government meetings to be held on a virtual basis, without elected members being physically present together in the same place. Meetings will therefore be held on a virtual basis and the procedure is set out in the “Procedure for Combined Authority Virtual Decision-Making” which can be viewed at the foot of the meeting page under the “Meeting Documents” heading. That document also contains a link which will allow members of the public and press to attend the virtual meetings.Occurred
27 November 202009:3012:00Due to Government guidance on social-distancing and the Covid-19 virus it will not be possible to hold physical meetings of the Combined Authority Board and the Combined Authority’s Executive Committees for the time being. The Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Police and Crime Panel Meetings) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020 allow formal local government meetings to be held on a virtual basis, without elected members being physically present together in the same place. Meetings will therefore be held on a virtual basis and the procedure is set out in the “Procedure for Combined Authority Virtual Decision-Making” which can be viewed at the foot of the meeting page under the “Meeting Documents” heading. That document also contains a link which will allow members of the public and press to attend the virtual meetings.Occurred
29 January 202110:0013:00Due to Government guidance on social-distancing and the Covid-19 virus it will not be possible to hold physical meetings of the Combined Authority Board and the Combined Authority’s Executive Committees for the time being. The Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Police and Crime Panel Meetings) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020 allows formal local government meetings to be held on a virtual basis, without elected members being physically present together in the same place. Meetings will therefore be held on a virtual basis and the procedure is set out in the “Procedure for Combined Authority Virtual Decision-Making” which will be available to view at the foot of the meeting page under the “Meeting Documents” heading when the agenda and reports have been published. That document will also contain a link which will allow members of the public and press to observe the virtual meetings.Occurred
05 March 202110:0012:00Virtual MeetingOccurred
06 April 202110:0013:00Due to Government guidance on social-distancing and the Covid-19 virus it will not be possible to hold physical meetings of the Combined Authority Board and the Combined Authority’s Executive Committees for the time being. The Local Authorities and Police and Crime Panels (Coronavirus) (Flexibility of Local Authority and Police and Crime Panel Meetings) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020 allows formal local government meetings to be held on a virtual basis, without elected members being physically present together in the same place. Meetings will therefore be held on a virtual basis and the procedure is set out in the “Procedure for Combined Authority Virtual Decision-Making” which will be available to view at the foot of the meeting page under the “Meeting Documents” heading when the agenda and reports have been published. That document will also contain a link which will allow members of the public and press to observe the virtual meetings.Occurred

Members

PartyNameRoleMembership Dates
Conservative
Councillor Ian Benney Member 29/05/2019 - current
Conservative
Councillor David Brown Vice-Chairman 03/06/2019 - current
Conservative
Councillor Graham Bull Member 01/09/2020 - current
Labour
Councillor Mike Davey Member 29/05/2019 - current
Conservative
Councillor Mark Goldsack Member 23/05/2019 - current
Liberal Democrats
Councillor Tony Mason Member 04/05/2018 - current
Liberal Democrats
Councillor Nick Sandford Member 13/09/2019 - current

Appointees

Substitutes

Substitute PartySubstitute NameSubstitute RoleSubstitute Membership Dates
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Conservative
Councillor David Ambrose-SmithSubstitute 03/06/2019 - current
Liberal Democrats
Councillor Simon BarkhamSubstitute 13/09/2019 - current
Liberal Democrats
Councillor Peter FaneSubstitute 29/05/2019 - current
Conservative
Councillor Dr Philip GaskinSubstitute 23/05/2019 - current
Conservative
Councillor Samantha HoySubstitute 29/05/2019 - current
Labour
Councillor Kevin PriceSubstitute 29/05/2019 - current
Conservative
Councillor David WellsSubstitute 29/05/2019 - current
Vacancy  
Vacancy  
Vacancy  
Anne Gardiner
anne.gardiner@cambridgeshirepeterborough-ca.gov.uk

Other Information

The Audit and Governance Committee's role is to review the Combined Authority's financial affairs, internal control, corporate governance arrangements and risk management. The Audit and Governance Committee was established by the Combined Authority in March 2017 in accordance with the Combined Authorities Order 2017. The committee is made up of one member from each of the constituent councils of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority. The Chair is Mr John Pye (Independent Person) and the Vice Chair is Cllr David Brown.
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