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The St. Andrews Harbour Revision (Constitution) Order 2010

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11.—(1) Notwithstanding the generality of paragraph 10 of this Schedule 2 the Trustees may establish Short or Fixed Term consultation groups, which, if established, the Trustees shall consult on matters affecting the remit of the group on its conception.

(2) The Trustees shall make arrangements for such consultation group to meet not less than twice a year.

(3) The Trustees shall take into consideration any matter, recommendation or representation which may from time to time be referred or made to them by the consultation group whether or not the consultation group has been consulted by the Trustees on the matter, recommendation or representation so referred or made.

(4) Appointments to the consultation groups established under this article shall be made by the Trustees and thereafter any properly constituted organisation that can demonstrate they represent a grouping of stakeholders or other material stakeholder interest in the harbour not already represented may apply to the consultation group for membership. Membership will not unreasonably be refused to such an organisation.

(5) The consultation group may determine its own quorum and procedure and shall appoint a chair to progress the remit of the group.

(6) An individual member of such consultation group, may on giving notice in writing to the chair of the consultation group, send a substitute to any meeting of the body.

(7) A member of the consultation group may hold office for a period of three years from the date of his appointment and at the end of that period shall be eligible for re‑appointment, up to a maximum of three terms should the remit of the consultation group extend to that period of time.

(8) A member of the consultation group may resign his office at any time by notice in writing to the chair of the Trustees.

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