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The Brightlingsea Harbour Revision (Constitution) Order 2002

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Constitution of Commissioners

3.—(1) On and after the new constitution date the Commissioners shall consist of:—

(a)six persons appointed by the Commissioners;

(b)the chief executive for the time being of the Commissioners; and

(c)the Harbour Master for the time being of the Commissioners.

(2) Each appointed Commissioner shall be a person who appears to the Commissioners making the appointment to have special knowledge, experience or ability appropriate to the efficient, effective and economic discharge by the Commissioners of their functions including in particular (but without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing) special knowledge, experience or ability in one or more of the following matters—

(a)water related leisure activities;

(b)shipping or other forms of transport;

(c)financial management;

(d)the laws relating to England;

(e)safety or personnel management;

(f)commercial marketing or information technology;

(g)environmental issues affecting harbours;

(h)any other skills and abilities considered from time to time by the Commissioners to be relevant to the discharge by them of their functions;

and the Commissioners shall secure, so far as reasonably practicable, that the Commissioners appointed by them will, between them, have special knowledge, experience and ability in a broad and complementary range of matters relevant to the efficient, effective and economic discharge by them of their functions.

(3) In making an appointment under paragraph (1)(a) above or article 7(1) below, the Commissioners shall act in accordance with any guidance issued by the Secretary of State from time to time with respect to the exercise of such functions.

(4) Appointments to the Commissioners shall be made on merit in accordance with a published recruitment policy.

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