The Chilterns Conservation Board meets several times a year, the Executive Committee and Planning Committee on a quarterly basis. Below you can see details of the committees, forthcoming meeting dates and relevant papers.
Chilterns Conservation Board
The Chilterns Conservation Board is an independent body established by Parliamentary Order in July 2004, and has 27 members, all drawn from local communities.
Secretary of State appointed members are appointed for two- and three-year terms. When those terms finish the vacant places will be promoted locally and applications invited from the public.
Meets every three months. The next few scheduled meetings are:
- 12th December 2023
- 14th March 2024
- 20th June 2024
- 19th September 2024
- 12th December 2024
Agendas, papers and minutes from the last two years of meetings can be found below.
The Executive Committee is composed of 9 members of the Board, one of whom is the Chair, plus up to four persons who are not members. The Committee has a number of functions, including:
- Monitoring and reviewing the implementation of the Board’s policies and strategies
- Regulating and controlling the Board’s finances
- Administering the Board’s personnel matters
The Committee meets on a quarterly basis. The next few scheduled meetings are:
- 14th November 2023
- 29th February 2024
- 16th May 2024
- 15th August 2024
- 7th November 2024
See below for papers.
The Planning Committee is composed of 9 members of the Board and up to four persons who are not members of the Board. The principal function delegated to the Committee is to make all representations on behalf of the Board in relation to planning policy and planning applications.
The Committee meets on a quarterly basis. See below for meeting dates and papers.
- 18th October 2023
- 25th January 2024
- 25th April 2024
- 25th July 2024
- 17th October 2024
Chilterns Conservation Board welcomes Government pledges to boost nature and people’s access to the countryside
The Government has announced a series of ambitious measures to further support and improve protected landscapes.
We have been made aware of a second sinkhole occurring above one of the HS2 tunnel boring machines (TBMs) in Hyde Heath.