How the council works
Lincolnshire County Council is made up of 77 councillors. As of June 2002 the council adopted a Leader and Cabinet model of decision making.
All 77 councillors now meet at full Council to agree the Budget and Policy Framework.
Nine members form the Executive. The Executive make decisions that deliver the Budget and Policy Framework.
The remaining 68 councillors form Scrutiny Committees. Scrutiny Committees develop policy and scrutinise decisions made by the Executive and key decisions made by officers and hold them to account. A number of other committees deal with regulatory issues.
Keep track of the meetings, agendas, reports and minutes from our committees.
Councillors, committee membership, the Executive and council meetings.
The Council’s Budget, Statement of Accounts, Key Financial Facts and other information.
The council is committed to sharing as much information as possible.
Co-ordinates and monitors the effectiveness of overview and scrutiny activity in the council.
Standards - means ensuring that the Council’s ethical safeguards are working as intended.
12 articles which set out the basic rules governing the Council's business.
A selection of statistics, including page views, visits and visitors and the most popular pages.
A list of Council owned land and buildings.
Tony McArdle is responsible for ensuring that the council is organised and equipped.