Examples of Councils in a sentence
Pursuant to these legal duties Councils must in making decisions have due regard to the need to (1) eliminate unlawful discrimination, (2) advance equality of opportunity and (3) foster good relations on the basis of protected characteristics.
Regional Cabinet are invited to consider and recommend to the Councils for approval which authority should act as the host for the CCRCD Joint Scrutiny Committee.
Covering all academic disciplines funded by the Research Councils, including social sciences and humanities, the Roadmap provides a comprehensive picture of the new facilities which are already under construction in the UK, and provides details of potential large facility and infrastructure projects that the Government and the UK's Research Councils would like to see available to researchers over the next 10-15 years.
At the next review of Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), consider the funding of agreed cycle infrastructure as eligible projects under the CIL Position Statement for both Councils alongside a comprehensive assessment and production of a funding and delivery strategy which considers all other funding opportunities that exist.
Strategy elements highlighted with a rose colouring are existing policies or initiatives which the Councils should continue to pursue.