Adopting and changing the Constitution.
Approving or adopting the policy framework, the budget and any
application to the Secretary of State in respect of any Housing
Subject to the urgency procedure contained in the Access to
Information Procedure Rules in Part 4 of the Constitution, making
decisions about any matter in the discharge of an executive
function which is covered by the policy framework or the budget
where the decision maker is minded to make it in a manner which
would be contrary to the policy framework or contrary to/or not
wholly in accordance with the budget.
Adopting the local authority code of conduct.
Appointing and dismissing the Leader and members of the Cabinet
(see Article 7 of the Constitution).
Agreeing and/or amending the terms of reference for committees,
deciding on their composition and making appointments to them.
Appointing representatives to outside bodies unless the appointment
is an executive function or has been delegated by the Council.
Adopting an allowances scheme under Article 2.05.
Changing the name of the area, conferring the title of honorary
alderman or freedom of the Borough.
Confirming the appointment of the Head of Paid Service.
Making, amending, revoking, re-enacting or adopting bylaws and
promoting or opposing the making of local legislation or personal
All local choice functions set out in Part 3 of the Constitution
which the Council decides should be undertaken by itself rather
than the Cabinet.
All other matters which, by law, must be reserved to Council.