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Project Reference Groups - General Information

Council throughout its term will recognise Project Reference Groups (PRGs) that are required to be established to carry out specific objectives of Council.

Each PRG will have its own objectives, the proposed representatives, time frame to carry out their objective(s) and reporting structure.

Panel of Interested Community Members

A panel of interested community members will be formed to be available for selection on a particular PRG. 

Unless otherwise stated the PRG members will consist of no less than:

  • Three invited members from specific community groups, other government agencies or from skilled representatives in the community;
  • Two interested community representatives (chosen from a panel of interested community representatives); and
  • a relevant staff member(s).

Invited Members

PRG membership also consists of invited members from specific community groups, other government agencies or from skilled representatives in the community. These invited members have been nominated by staff and approved by Council.

General Information

At the end of the PRG's timeframe to carry out its objective(s) it will, in most cases, be disbanded whether it has completed the objectives or not. In some circumstances the timeframe may be extended by the appointing Committee or Council.

A Committee may also at any time reappoint the same PRG to carry out different objectives. The Committee may choose different community members from the panel already registered.