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The membership of the Council's 6 Strategic Policy Committees (SPCs) was approved by the full Council at its monthly meeting in March 2015.

The purpose of an SPC is to formulate, develop, monitor and review policies which relate to the functions of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and to advise the Council accordingly. Membership of the SPC comprises of elected Councillors and representatives of the following sectors:

  • Agriculture/Farming
  • Business/Commercial
  • Development/Construction
  • Environmental/Conservation/Cultural
  • Community/Voluntary/Disadvantaged
  • Trade Union

The Council's 6 SPCs are:

  • Community Development, Culture and Ageing SPC
  • Economic Development and Enterprise SPC
  • Environment, Climate Change and Energy SPC
  • Planning SPC
  • Social Housing SPC
  • Transportation and County Wide Movement SPC

 

Corporate Policy Group

The Corporate Policy Group (CPG) consists of the Cathaoirleach, who chairs the group, together with the Chairs of the SPCs.

The CPG co-ordinates and links the work of the various SPCs and acts as a forum where policy decisions affecting the entire Council can be agreed for recommendation to the full Council.

 

Membership of Strategic Policy Committees

Community Development, Culture and Ageing SPC

Economic Development and Enterprise SPC

Environment Climate Change and Energy SPC

Planning SPC

Social Housing SPC

Transportation and County Wide Movement SPC

Membership of the Corporate Policy Group

FAQS

Each SPC meets on a quarterly basis (i.e. March, June, September & December).

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