We have a constitution, which sets out how we should be governed and operated. It covers the process for electing and appointing members to Council, the running of general meetings and the role of our office bearers.

Any changes to the constitution must be approved by a two-thirds majority of members voting at a general meeting.

We also have a set of standing orders. Both the constitution and standing orders can be read here.

Our Council

The Council is our decision-making body. It's made up of elected members from geographical constituencies, co-opted and non-solicitor members.