College Governance

Governance Documents

Selection, appointment and role and responsibilities of Governors

Committees Terms of Reference

 Policies & Procedures

Minutes of Meetings

Clerk to the Corporation

If you would like to find out more about College Governance or have a general enquiry please contact the Clerk to the Corporation, Craig Williams:

Email: cwilliams@lcb.ac.uk

Telephone: 0113 222 6000

Overview

There are 16 members of the College Corporation (Board of Governors) including the Principal. Governors are volunteers and come from a variety of backgrounds including law, construction, local government, accountancy and education. There are also two staff governors as well as two student governors.

The Board meet nine times per year and are responsible for overseeing the mission and activities of the College and ensuring effective strategic management and use of resources.

The work of the Board is supported by four Committees:

Audit / Performance & Remuneration / Search & Governance / Student Liaison

Board agenda, papers and minutes are available for public inspection (excluding items of a confidential or commercially sensitive nature).

Governors are committed to ensuring that students attending Leeds College of Building have a truly positive experience and are successful in their chosen course of study.


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