- Eco-town status
- The Delivery Board
- Specialist Groups
- Standing Conference
- Eco-town vision and targets
- Watch the construction of the Exhibition House
- The revised masterplan
- Green network enhancement – consultation
- Website terms and conditions
- Bus and train
- Business travel
- Useful travel links
- Finding a route
- Town transport manager
- Contact us
The next meeting of the Standing Conference will be on Wednesday 6th March at 10am in the Eco-station.
To see the agenda please click on this link Standing Conference March 2013
Standing Conference papers (August 2012) or you can read them online below.
Papers for previous meetings:
The agenda papers are here: Standing Conference May 2012
To see previous agendas see below.
What does the Standing Conference do?
Its role is to act as a sounding board for the Specialist Groups and to comment on proposals being submitted to the Delivery Board. It also gives another opportunity to listen to local opinion and feed it back to the Delivery Board.
When will meetings be held?
The Standing Conference meets quarterly (in public) prior to Delivery Board meetings.
Meetings are held in Whitehill Bordon at different times to suit the maximum number of people who would like to attend.
Representatives from the Standing Conference can ask to attend the Delivery Board meetings and have the right to speak.
Who can join the Standing Conference?
- Up to three members of each of the five Specialist Groups (to be nominated by the Specialist Groups)
- Up to five members from Whitehill Town Council (in addition to the Delivery Board nominee)
- All district councillors for the wards of Whitehill Bordon
- Seven members from non-government organisations not included in the above
- One member from each of the eight parishes surrounding the town (ie Liphook and Bramshott, Milland, Liss, Greatham, Selborne, Kingsley, Headley, Lindford)
- One district councillor from each of the parishes listed above (total of eight district councillors)
- Around 10 spaces for interested individuals, groups or organisations not represented. These could be (for example) from the Women’s Institute or faith groups