The nature of the joint decisions made at this forum is important to maintain the right balance between enabling different parties to continue their role and decision-making activities and is working to achieve a common vision and objectives for the garden community.
This type of forum should be as clear as possible. The management document should identify the decisions that will be made in this forum and the decisions that will be made to the concerned parties to ensure that they continue to improve within this organization.
When the gardening community crosses the boundaries of local government, a joint planning committee should be considered, which will allow for a joint decision from all local government representatives in the area. When more than one local authority is involved in promoting a plan, a joint executive function can also be established.
Project Presentation Team
Project delivery responsibility is managed by the project presentation team. It is important to have the right skills to deliver a complex garden – strong project management is required. Both internal and external connections are important. When public bodies are involved, it is important to include supply and regular reporting in organizational plans. Topic-based work group structure can work well.
When implementing management structures, there are various practical functions behind the development of the garden community.
Participants must sign clear reference terms and documents to be clear about common goals, roles, and responsibilities. At the very least, a clear communication document should be kept. It is being evaluated as the plan moves forward to ensure the functioning of the administration.
It should be clear who is in charge of the day-to-day management of the administrative structure. There is also a need for clarity on which entities, organizations and groups should be involved in the management event and why they are participating.
Decisions made to management forums should be clearly stated along with the process of returning decisions to individual bodies when necessary. Participants should have the appropriate authority to make the decisions they want.
Conflict management needs to be taken into account.
The role of the community should take into account all possible participation and consultation and the needs of the landowner and developer should be balanced. Appropriate input must be in place, and information sharing, information freedom and confidentiality protocols must be clearly documented.