The Board of East Border Region comprises 18 Directors (Elected Members) three from each member Local Authority and 6 Advisors (County Manager/Chief Executive Officer or nominated Director) one from each member Local Authority.
The Board of East Border Region comprises 18 Directors (Elected Members) three from each member Local Authority and 6 Advisors (County Manager/Chief Executive Officer or nominated Director) one from each member Local Authority. The role of the Board is to consider the key strategic and managerial issues facing East Border Region Limited in carrying out its statutory and other functions. The Board also has ultimate responsibility for the management and dispersal of funds administered by East Border Region Limited.
The Members’ Forum comprises:-
The Members Forum is the strategic dynamo of the cross border region and contributes to the strategic priorities of the region.
The Audit & Governance Committee is constituted to provide the East Border Region Limited Board with an independent and objective review on its financial systems, financial information and compliance with laws, guidance, and regulations. The Terms of Reference which has been approved by the East Border Region Limited Board is reviewed on a periodic basis and available to the public on request. The Committee comprises:
The six Chief Executives from the member Local Authorities meet on a regular basis to ensure ongoing strategic direction.
Six Thematic Working Groups comprising relevant Council officials, elected members and key stakeholders as appropriate are responsible for identifying, developing and implementing cross border projects across a range of sectors. This ensures a needs based, “bottom-up” approach, resulting in the development of genuine cross border projects. The Thematic Working Groups are as follows: