Establishment and Coordination Committee (Civic Cabinet)
The Establishment and Coordination (E&C) Committee, also known as Civic Cabinet, has been delegated significant responsibility by full Council. The Committee meets weekly to discuss policies and strategies in areas such as:
- major projects
- urban planning
- community services
- city businesses.
It is in this way that Civic Cabinet sets the strategic direction for Brisbane as a city and for Brisbane City Council as an organisation. The members of Civic Cabinet review and make recommendations to full Council on major plans such as Council's vision, City Plan, corporate documents and city finances.
The Lord Mayor is the Chair of Civic Cabinet.
The Committee consists of the Chair of each of Council’s standing committees as follows:
- Lord Mayor, Councillor Adrian Schrinner, City Treasurer and Chair of Civic Cabinet
- Deputy Mayor, Councillor Krista Adams (Deputy Chair), Civic Cabinet Chair for Economic Development and the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games
- Councillor Adam Allan, Civic Cabinet Chair for City Planning and Suburban Renewal, Chair of the Councillor Ethics Committee
- Councillor Fiona Cunningham, Civic Cabinet Chair for Finance and City Governance
- Councillor Tracy Davis, Civic Cabinet Chair for Environment, Parks and Sustainability
- Councillor Vicki Howard, Civic Cabinet Chair for Community, Arts and Nighttime Economy
- Councillor Kim Marx, Civic Cabinet Chair for City Standards
- Councillor Ryan Murphy, Civic Cabinet Chair for Transport
- Councillor Andrew Wines, Civic Cabinet Chair for Infrastructure.
E&C has adopted a Publication Scheme for the proactive public release of its decisions. You can access the published decisions online.
Ten year release of decisions
E&C approved the progressive release of E&C decisions that are 10 years of age from 1 July 2000. This information will be routinely released each January. You can access the released decisions online.
Four year release of minutes
E&C approved the progressive release of E&C minutes that are four years of age from 1 July 2010. This information is released at the end of each financial year. You can access the released minutes online.