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The Glebe Society Communications Policy

The Glebe Society Communications Policy

Posted on 25th February 2017

The Glebe Society’s Constitution provides for various powers, including to print and publish any newspapers, periodicals, books or leaflets or like material as the (Management) Committee may deem necessary or desirable for the promotion of the objects of the Society;  Read more »

Environment Policy 2015

Environment Policy 2015

Posted on 12th April 2015

The Glebe Society Inc Environment Policy     The Constitution of the Glebe Society includes amongst its objects:   a) to improve the amenity of Glebe by: vi) making Glebe a cleaner and healthier environment b) to preserve and enhance the natural and architectural character of Glebe   In keeping with these objects, the Glebe […]  Read more »

Planning Policy 2014

Planning Policy 2014

Posted on 8th September 2014

PLANNING POLICY The Society’s constitution includes the following in its objectives:  (iii) opposing (by lawful means) development detrimental to heritage values or contrary to community interests  (b) to preserve and enhance the natural and architectural character of Glebe, and to encourage sound town planning, architectural and conservation practices  The Planning subcommittee pursues these objectives by […]  Read more »

Bulletin Editorial Policy

Bulletin Editorial Policy

Posted on 15th August 2014

policy The role of The Glebe Society Bulletin is to: A) Act as a primary means of communication with the membership and others by publishing: news about the activities of the Society; the Society’s views on issues of the day, which usually will be published as articles by the President, or relevant sub-committee convenor; news […]  Read more »

Subcommittee Financial Arrangement Policy

Subcommittee Financial Arrangement Policy

Posted on 15th August 2014

POLICY: Subcommittees may spend and raise money only with the express approval of the Management Committee. When planning a project which may involve expenditure of Glebe Society funds the subcommittee should estimate the approximate amount involved as early as possible and seek Management Committee approval in principle. responsibilities It is the responsibility of the President […]  Read more »

Auspicing policy

Auspicing policy

Posted on 2nd August 2014

POLICY: Auspicing, which refers to an arrangement whereby an unincorporated organisation or group of organisations seeks the Society’s support in applying for a grant from an organisation that will only make grants to incorporated bodies, may be authorised by the Management Committee. The Society will only agree to auspice a grant application if it is […]  Read more »

Advertising Policy

Advertising Policy

Posted on 2nd August 2014

Policy for advertising in Glebe Society publications This policy replaces the Advertising Policy adopted by the Management Committee on 11 March 2009. This policy covers all Glebe Society publications (including printed and electronic versions of the Bulletin, the Glebe Society website and social media). This policy should be read in conjunction with the Society’s Bulletin […]  Read more »

Delegation of Authority Policy

Delegation of Authority Policy

Posted on 2nd August 2014

Introduction The Glebe Society’s Constitution (TGS 1999:4) establishes the (management) committee to achieve TGS objects (TGS 1999:2). The committee delegates (TGS 1999:24) limited power to subcommittees, which operate within agreed Terms of Reference. Policy This policy sets out how subcommittees are formed and delegations assigned. By mandating an annual renewal and formal statements of what […]  Read more »

Heritage Policies

Heritage Policies

Posted on 1st June 2009

The Glebe Society’s constitution sets out the organisation’s objects which include the following : Oppose developments detrimental to our heritage conservation values, Preserve and enhance the natural and architectural character of Glebe by encouraging the protection of heritage in town planning, architectural and conservation practices, Promote an interest in heritage conservation and appropriate maintenance practices, […]  Read more »

Bays and Foreshores Policy

Bays and Foreshores Policy

Posted on 18th June 2003

The policy of The Glebe Society Incorporated covering Blackwattle Bay and Rozelle Bay and the land adjacent to them. First published: 1991 Revised: 1997 Revised: 2003 INDEX 1.Preamble 2. Land Based Developments 2.1 Foreshores 2.2 Waterfront Open Space/Parks 2.3 Existing Waterfront Industry 2.4 Local Building/Development Codes 3. Water Based Developments 3.1 The Natural Communities of […]  Read more »

Events Policy

Events Policy

Posted on 9th March 2014

POLICY: A significant way the Glebe Society promotes the objects of its Constitution (TGSI 1999:2) is by organising a variety of events and activities throughout the year. A number are free and open to the wider community. However most are fee paying functions that raise funds to ensure the financial viability of the Society. Before […]  Read more »

Management of Assets policy

Management of Assets policy

Posted on 9th March 2014

POLICY: The Asset Management Policy covers all fixed and intangible assets owned by The Glebe Society. It covers the full life of the asset including acquisition, depreciation, enhancement & modification and disposal. The treasurer shall determine if any item acquired by The Glebe Society Inc is an asset to be recorded in books of account. […]  Read more »

Donation-Financial Assistance Policy

Donation-Financial Assistance Policy

Posted on 9th March 2014

From time to time the Society receives requests for financial assistance from individuals or other Organisations. These range from participation in community events and donations for school camps to funding of major campaigns. 1. Any proposal should be consistent with and further the Society’s objectives as set out in its Constitution; 2. Except in the […]  Read more »

Cheque Signing and Internet Payment policy

Cheque Signing and Internet Payment policy

Posted on 9th March 2014

 POLICY: All cheques, drafts, bills of exchange, promissory notes and other negotiable instruments must be signed by any two members of the committee or employees of the Society, being members or employees authorized to do so by the committee. (TGSI 1999: Rule 40.4)   RESPONSIBILITIES It is the responsibility of the President to ensure that: […]  Read more »

Expenses Claim Form

Expenses Claim Form

Posted on 9th March 2014

Click here to download an Excel spreadsheet for use as an Expenses Claim form.  Read more »