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The Planning and Resources Committee (PRC) was established in 2004 as the key advisory body to the Vice-Chancellor, linking planning and resourcing decisions and policy. Today, its responsibilities include but are not limited to:
The composition of PRC includes the Vice-Chancellor, the Executive, Heads of School and heads of other large areas who implement planning and resourcing decisions. These people are responsible for the University's core business - teaching, research and the student experience and provide valuable input into discussion and the decision making process.
PRC provides a forum for useful debate, dissemination of information and the sharing of expertise and experience, resulting in more effective decision making in relation to advice to the Vice-Chancellor.
The purpose of PRC is to provide advice and input into decisions regarding planning, resourcing and other matters. PRCs responsibilities are detailed in its terms of reference.
PRC meet every six to eight weeks for around four hours. Members will be expected to attend with one formal alternate nominated if a member is to be absent. The February and August Senior Managers’ conferences are included within the PRC meeting cycle.Agendas for meetings of PRC will be emailed to members seven days prior to the meeting. Minutes will be made available to all members within fourteen days of the meeting. Previous agendas and minutes are accessible via the PRC website.
Every year, in accordance with the Senior Staff - Conflict of Interest procedure, members of PRC are asked to: