Community benefits toolkit
Getting the governance right
- Defines good governance and some key principles to bear in mind when selecting the most appropriate governance arrangements
- Outlines the most common legal structures used for the governance of community benefits in Scotland, some of their main features and key considerations in using them
- Considers some key procedures for ensuring good governance such as how to recruit those who will sit on the group (or groups) overseeing the package of benefits
- Presents some options for administrative arrangements, and factors in deciding on the most appropriate one for local circumstances.