Cabinet Advisory Groups | Oxfordshire County Council

Cabinet Advisory Groups

These groups examine topics selected by Cabinet which align to corporate council priorities.


Cabinet Advisory Groups (CAGs) are not formal meetings of the council and do not have the status of advisory committees under the Local Government Act 1972 Section 102(4).

CAGs are ad-hoc committees set up to examine topics selected by Cabinet which align to corporate council priorities. They enable back bench members to be more closely involved with issues of greatest importance to the council.

There are currently two Cabinet Advisory Groups:

Early Intervention Cabinet Advisory Group

The Early Intervention CAG will explore the issues related to the future provision of early intervention services in Oxfordshire. This group meets in private.

Income Generation Cabinet Advisory Group

The Income Generation CAG reconvened in April 2015 and is exploring options for increasing income generation in order to feed in to the budget setting process. This group currently meets in private.

Past Cabinet Advisory Groups:

Children and Young People’s Safeguarding Assurance Cabinet Advisory Group

The Children and Young People’s Safeguarding Assurance CAG met to consider the existing strategic assurance framework for safeguarding children and young people and make any recommendations to Cabinet for changes. This group met in public. It submitted a report to Cabinet on 13 May 2014 and met for the last time on 16 July 2014.

Minerals and Waste Cabinet Advisory Group

The Minerals and Waste CAG held meetings at key points in the development of the Oxfordshire Minerals & Waste Local Plan to help inform advice and recommendations to Cabinet and Full Council relating to the plan. This group met in private.

Last reviewed
15 January 2016
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