A new committee is to be set up to review the performance of companies owned by CEC.
To be known as the ASDV Shareholder Committee (Alternative Service Delivery Vehicle), the new body will comprise five elected members of Cheshire East Council, plus two co-opted members to bring additional sector specific business knowledge.
The remit of the new committee will be to review the business plans, performance and commissioning of each of the Council's ASDVs (wholly owned companies). These companies include:
- Cheshire East Energy Ltd
- Engine of the North
- Skills & Growth Company
- Civicance (Planning Services)
- Transport Solutions Services
- ANSA (Waste Collections & Parks)
- Orbitas (Bereavement Services)
- Tatton Park Enterprises
Councillor Craig Browne said "I am pleased to confirm that I have been selected to be a member of this new committee, which will meet for the first time on Monday 6th August. Over the course of the next two years, the committee will make recommendations to cabinet on the degree to which each company is found to be compliant, delivering best value to the Council and residents and remains fit for purpose."