Executive Board of Blackpool’s Fairness Commission: Terms of Reference
Blackpool Fairness Commission was set up in 2012 and has been working hard to make Blackpool a fairer place to live.
The Fairness Commission has two key objectives:
To meet its objectives, the Fairness Commission delivers projects across Blackpool and provides regular opportunities for all sections of the local community to meet and discuss the key issues for Blackpool.
Members of the Fairness Commission support and promote the objectives and activities of the Commission.
Role of Executive Members
The Executive Board oversees the delivery of projects commissioned by the Commission and measure their impact.
Executive Members of the Fairness Commission will
Composition of the Executive Board
The Executive Board comprises of:
Dr Arif Rajpura (Chair) (Blackpool Council)
Chief Supt Stuart Noble (Lancashire Constabulary)
Neil Jack (Blackpool Council)
Wendy Swift (Blackpool Teaching Hospitals)
Mark Fitzgerald (Sainsburys)
Alan Reid (Disability First)
Claire Smith (Stay Blackpool)
Jane Hugo (CEO, Streetlife)
David Bannister (Community Voice)
Tracy Hopkins (CEO, Citizen’s Advice Bureau)
Andy Charles (Business in the Community)
Mike Crowther (Groundwork)
David Houston (CEO, Trinity Hospice)
Jake Adams (Blackpool Member of the Youth Parliament)
Terms of reference
The Board meets every six weeks, and Executive Members should endeavour to attend. Executive Members will also lead and contribute their expertise to specific projects.
Members of the Fairness Commission will not be reimbursed for their time or expertise. They will make their contribution on a voluntary basis.